THE FLATS – Single-game tickets for the Georgia Tech women’s basketball 2022-23 season are now on sale. The Yellow Jackets will host 14 games in McCamish Pavilion.
Tickets for all women’s basketball non-conference and Atlantic Coast Conference matchups are on sale. Ticket prices are as low as $5 for youth and senior citizen, and begin at $7 for adults for both reserved seating and general admission. Groups of 10 or more will receive a discounted ticket price. Custom group experiences are also available by contacting Tori Josselson (email@example.com or 404-385-1894).
Tech begins its fourth season under the direction of head coach Nell Fortner officially on Thursday, Nov. 10 against Georgia State (7 p.m.). Highlighting Tech’s non-conference schedule is a matchup against in-state rival Georgia on Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. ACC action in Atlanta gets underway on Jan. 1 against Virginia (7 p.m.). Fans can get a preview of the Yellow Jackets next Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. when they host Clayton State in an exhibition contest. Admission is free to the exhibition contest.
The Yellow Jackets return six letterwinners from last season’s squad, while welcoming seven newcomers, including a pair of fifth-year transfers in Bianca Jackson (Montgomery, Ala.) and Cameron Swartz (Marietta, Ga.). Nerea Hermosa (Vitoria, Spain) and Eylia Love (Kansas City, Kansas) return as Tech’s top two leading scorers from last season. Hermosa also returns as the team’s leading rebounder.
Competitive Drive Initiative
In a unified endeavor, Georgia Tech, the Georgia Tech Foundation, Georgia Tech athletics and the Alexander-Tharpe Fund have come together to accelerate funding for student-athlete scholarships with the launch of the Competitive Drive Initiative. The initiative kicks off with the Accelerate GT Match Program, where any new gift to the A-T Fund’s Athletic Scholarship Fund made through Dec. 31 will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Georgia Tech Foundation, up to $2.5 million. Should Accelerate GT reach its $2.5 million fundraising goal, the matching gift would result in a $5 million impact for Georgia Tech athletics. To learn more and to contribute online, visit atfund.org/accelerate.