Mar. 8, 2009
UCSB Athletics Ticket Office: (805) 893-UCSB
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The Big West Tournament is this week and your Gauchos are poised to make their post-season runs. Don't miss your chance to support UCSB Athletics, catch great basketball action, and pick up some free UCSB Athletics gear in the process.
This year's tournament, once again hosted by The Arena at The Anaheim Convention Center, starts on Wednesday, Mar. 11 and runs through championship day on Saturday, Mar. 14. An all-session pass for every men's and women's game is $70.
With the No. 1 seed, the UCSB women's team gets a pair of byes and automatically advances to the semifinal round. The Gauchos will play at noon on Friday, Mar. 13.
The men's team has earned the fourth seed and will play in the late game on Thursday, Mar. 12. The game will start at approximately 8:30 p.m.
Ordering your Big West Tournament tickets directly from UCSB benefits the Gaucho Athletics department and guarantees you to sit with fellow Gaucho fans. In addition, you'll receive a free UCSB t-shirt with every ticket purchased!
Be there, be loud, and be loco in Anaheim as the Gauchos look to punch their automatic ticket to the Big Dance!
Aside from the basketball, several other events are planned around the tournament that are sure to keep you busy having fun, including Big West Mascot Mayhem at ESPN Zone and Battle of the Big West Bands at Downtown Disney. If you haven't already heard, UCSB is planning on introducing its new mascot, Olé, at Mascot Mayhem!
Order now to guarantee that you'll be sitting in the Gaucho cheering section wearing your new Gaucho gear! This offer is only available when you purchase through UCSB.
Tickets are available by calling the UCSB Athletics Ticket Office at (805) 893-UCSB.
**UCSB - a nationally recognized university in both academic and athletic excellence - is located on the central coast of California in a picturesque campus and community setting on the Pacific Ocean. Each year over 450 Division 1 Gaucho student-athletes compete for national championships, succeed in the classroom, and give back to the community.**
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