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Season tickets are on sale

Season tickets for the upcoming University of Hawai’i basketball team’s home games are currently on sale.

The 2018-19 home season at the Stan Sheriff Center will feature 18 home contests. Prices range from $200 to $465 for adults (depending on location of seats). There are also discounted prices for senior citizens (ages 65 and older) and youths (ages 4 through high school) in the upper level.

Season tickets can be purchase online at www.hawaiiathletics.com, at the Stan Sheriff Center Box Office during business hours, or by phone at (808) 944-2697

Here is the official announcement from www.hawaiiathletics.com, which includes information on season tickets for the UH women’s team …

Season tickets for the 2018-19 University of Hawai’i men’s and women’s basketball campaigns are currently on sale. Fans can purchase season tickets at HawaiiAthletics.com, at the Stan Sheriff Center Box Office, or by calling 944-2697. The box office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed on holidays).

The men’s team returns eight letterwinners from last year’s 17-13 squad, highlighted by Big West honorees Sheriff Drammeh (Best Hustle Player) and Jack Purchase (Best Sixth Player). Also returning are fifth-year senior Brocke Stepteau and backcourt mate Drew Buggs, one of the league’s top freshmen last year.

UH will host 18 regular-season home games and will face at least five teams that won 20 or more contest last season. The ‘Bows will also again host the 10th annual Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, one of the premier eight-team tournaments in the nation.

The Rainbow Wahine, meanwhile, return four starters from a year ago as they aim for a bounce-back season for 2018-19. Senior Tia Kanoa returns as the vocal floor general at the point guard position with top scoring threats in senior forward Lahni Salanoa and junior forward Makenna Woodfolk.

The 2018-19 schedule will feature 16 home games including the team’s first season opener at home under head Laura Beeman, as the Rainbow Wahine face Pepperdine on Nov. 6. UH also hosts a pair of tournaments featuring top-notch opponents, including an appearance by perennial national power Stanford in the Rainbow Wahine Showdown on Thanksgiving weekend.

UH Manoa students who pay the student athletic fee, receive admission to all regular-season men’s and women’s home games, with the exception of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. UH Manoa student identification cards will be scanned at gate B for entry.

Men’s Basketball Season-Ticket Prices
Lower-Level Adult: $435-$465
Upper-Level Adult: $200-$225
Upper-Level Senior Citizen (65+): $175-$190
Upper-Level Youth (ages 4 – high school): $89-$99

Women’s Basketball Season-Ticket Prices
General-Admission Adult: $70
General-Admission Senior Citizen (ages 65+): $60
General-Admission Youth (ages 4 – high school): $30

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