MSU Single-Game Basketball Tickets Available Oct. 14
JQH Arena - Home of the Bears and Lady Bears
JQH Arena - Home of the Bears and Lady Bears

Sept. 30, 2013

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SPRINGFIELD -- Single-game tickets for the upcoming basketball season at Missouri State University will go on sale Monday, Oct. 14, the University announced today (Sept. 30). On that day, tickets will be available for purchase starting at 10 a.m., at the Chevy Pickup Window at JQH Arena, by phone at (417) 836-7678 or on-line at

 Individual tickets for the Bears' 18-game home slate start at just $10 per game, while Lady Bears' tickets are available for as little as $5 for each of their 16 home dates. Discounts are available for seniors, Boomer's Kids Club members and MSU faculty and staff, while all Missouri State students receive free admission to all regular-season and preseason home contests.

 A limited number of ticket packages are also available for the Bears' trip to the Corpus Christi Challenge, Nov. 29-30, at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. The tickets are $84 apiece and are good for admission to all eight games of the tournament, including the Bears' game against Texas A&M on Nov. 29 and the team's second game against either Virginia or SMU the following day. Fans may call (417) 836-7678 for more information or drop by the Athletics Box Office.



 There are a number of season ticket opportunities still available in every price range for both the Bears and Lady Bears. For season ticket information, please contact a season ticket representative at (417) 836-3302 or peruse Bears Season Ticket Information and Lady Bears Season Ticket Information at

 Fans will have their first opportunity to see both teams in action on Friday, Oct. 18 with the annual Twilight Tipoff, starting at approximately 9 p.m., at Hammons Student Center. The free event will follow the Bears' volleyball match against MVC newcomer Loyola, which begins at 7 p.m., and is also free as part of Homecoming weekend festivities.

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