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Sept. 18, 2012

2012-13 SCHEDULES: MEN  |  WOMEN

SEASON TICKET INFO: MEN  |  WOMEN

Stony Brook, N.Y. - Season tickets for the Stony Brook men's & women's basketball teams are now on sale through the Stony Brook Athletics ticket office. Season ticket packages start at just $65 for 14 women's games and $120 for 12 men's games at Pritchard Gymnasium.

Season tickets are the best way to catch all the Seawolves basketball action. All season ticket purchasers will be invited to Meet the Team Night Oct. 25, the night in which season ticket holders will have the opportunity to mingle with coaches and student-athletes and physically receive their season tickets. Season ticket purchasers are also entitled to have priority access to purchasing road game tickets and potential postseason tickets.

Reserved tickets for men's basketball games cost $120, which comes out to $10 per game, over 16 percent off the individual game price. VIP tickets for both seatbacks and reserved are $360 and include access to the Club Corp VIP Lounge and Dinner. VIP tickets are only available through season ticket packages.

Courtside tickets for women's basketball games cost $130 while all other seats (general admission) cost just $65, which comes out to less than $5 per game. That's also over 16 percent off the individual game price.

Stony Brook men's basketball will play four non-conference home games and eight America East conference games at Pritchard Gymnasium. Don't miss out on games such as the home opener against Mount Ida (Nov. 11), a battle against Boston University (Jan. 15), a rematch with defending conference tournament champion Vermont (Feb. 16) and rivalry games against Binghamton (Feb. 13) and Albany (March 3).

The men's team, under eighth-year head coach Steve Pikiell, return two starters from last year's team that won the America East regular season championship and advanced to the postseason NIT for the second time in three seasons. Among the returnees is America East Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-America East forward Tommy Brenton. Pikiell also has four newcomers and a redshirt freshman ready to contribute to Stony Brook's success.

Stony Brook women's basketball will play six non-conference home games and eight America East conference games at Pritchard Gymnasium. Don't miss out on games such as the home opener vs. Rider (Nov. 9), a local battle against Iona (Dec. 30), a matchup with defending conference tournament champion Albany (Jan. 30) and Senior Day against Maine (Feb. 23).

The women's team, under second-year head coach Beth O'Boyle, returns five seniors from last season's squad that sported of the best defenses in the country, ranking 41st out of 336 teams in scoring defense. Among the returnees is 2012 America East Fans' Choice Player of the Year Dani Klupenger. O'Boyle also has six newcomers and two redshirts eager to make an impact right away.

To purchase tickets today, visit GoSeawolves.org/tickets or call (631) 632-4513.