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Single-Game Basketball Tickets on Sale Friday
Tickets start as low as $10 for exhibitions against Concordia (Oct. 29) and Southwestern Oklahoma State (Nov. 5), $14 for non-conference games and $16 for Pac-12 contests. Prices in selected lower reserved sections (107-108) have been lowered 35%, and upper reserved sections (207-208) represent a 50% savings over last season's single-game prices.
Four separate mini plans, starting as low as $63, and season tickets, starting at $150, are currently available with great seats remaining in all areas.
Head coach Dana Altman's team returns five letterwinners and two starters for the upcoming campaign. Last year's squad went 24-10 overall and tied for second in the Pac-12 Conference with a 13-5 record, culminating in a postseason NIT berth. Oregon's 24 wins last year were the most since the 2006-07 season.
Fans and students can get their first glimpse of this year's team at Matt Knight Madness, which will take place following the Ducks' 6 p.m. volleyball match against Washington State on Friday, Oct. 12, at Matthew Knight Arena.
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