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Season tickets now available for 100th edition of UH basketball

The 100th season of University of Hawai’I basketball is less than three months away, and season tickets are now available.

The 2019-20 season will feature 20 home games, including three nationally-televised games in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic and eight games in the Big West Conference.

Here is the official announcement from www.hawaiiathletics.com

Season tickets for the 2019-20 University of Hawai’i men’s basketball campaign are currently on sale. Fans can purchase season tickets online, 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).
 
It’s a milestone year as UH men’s basketball plays its 100th season in 2019-20. A season-long celebration will occur throughout the year with numerous events, including a parade of returning alumni, retro games, and more. Keep updated on HawaiiAthletics.com and the UH men’s basketball Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts for event info, promotions, and giveaways throughout the year. Fans are also encouraged to use the hashtag #HawaiiMBB100 on social media to share their favorite memories of UH basketball.  
 
UH played its first season in 1912, and for the next three decades played an array of high schools, military, and amateur squads on island, before facing its first collegiate competition in the late 1930s. Over the course of its first 99 seasons, the program has won 1,136 game games (839 collegiate wins), advanced to five NCAA tournaments and eight National Invitation Tournaments.
 
The 100th edition of UH basketball features eight returning letterwinners and one redshirt from last year’s 18-13 squad, as well as six newcomers from the high school, junior college and Division I ranks. UH will host 20 regular-season home games with 12 non-conference tilts, highlighted by the 11th annual Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, one of the premier eight-team tournaments in the nation. A total of seven dates are doubleheaders with the women’s team and men’s basketball ticket holders have free admission to the women’s games on those dates.
 
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

2 Comments

  1. Great players, super depth and a much improved schedule. Should be a great year. I almost didn’t post this because it has been like talking to myself lately. Let’s get excited about the basketball centennial. Does anyone know the status of Owen’s request to get his freshman eligibility back. That would be huge.

  2. Sorry, Mostly us crickets ?
    Thanks to you & roygibivs, islandman, buff et.al for insightful comments…

    Hopin’ This recruiting class has ‘some” experience (D-1, jc & prep school) so might integrate faster;

    Hemsley came in real young; he and Samuta have taken awhile to assimilate
    (to be fair, if tracking similar to Aaron Valdéz, then one or both could ‘break out’ this coming year…)

    The ‘sevens’ should integrate and play more in-system this season;

    Lots of good-passing, good-shooting guards…
    Bigs, Guards, Now some athleticism and skills…a chance for strong 1 through 5 play

    Maybe Climb from a Top 210 to 150 / 100 range team (or better?)
    May be Top Three / Four (?) in Conference
    And Solid versus outside competition
    One more year and class (more like last two or better)
    And Ganot should have them competitive elsewhere
    Like stealing more road / neutral (Utah) court wins

    Suspect this team will be more consistently good than last-year’s Young, Up-Down Team
    With less frustration & improved athleticism, crowds should also improve
    Good to Better Expectations

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