EUGENE, Ore. -- Dick Harter, who coached the University of Oregon men's basketball team from 1971-78…
Ducks Face LSU in First Round of NIT
LSU was the SEC No. 8 team with a 7-9 conference record but put up a competitive game against No. 1 Kentucky, losing 60-51.
Tickets will be priced at $10, $18, $28 for the NIT game on Tuesday night. Including fees, those ticket prices become $13, $21, $31. Student tickets are free and can be claimed via their student account online.
Season ticket holders have until 2 p.m. on Monday to request tickets for their usual location through their online accounts. The sale to the general public will begin at 6 p.m. (online only) at goducks.com, with phone and walk-up sales beginning Tuesday morning at various locations (Moshofsky Center Ticket Office, 9 am-5 p.m.; Matthew Knight Arena Box Office, 10 am-5:30 pm).
According to a media release from the University of Oregon, Oregon Men's Basketball season tickets holders must request their tickets for any future round NIT games at this Monday's 2 p.m. deadline.
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