Lady Raider Season Tickets on Sale, Basketball Clinic - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/3/07

Lady Raider Season Tickets on Sale, Basketball Clinic

The Texas Tech women's basketball season is just around the corner and season tickets are currently on sale.

Season ticket holders will enjoy 18 exciting home games, including the Basketball Travelers Classic on Nov. 22-24. Tech will also host Arizona State, which finished second in the Pac-10 last year, and in-state rivals Houston and SMU, among others during non-conference play. The Lady Raiders will host eight Big 12 contests as well.

Season tickets start as low as $99. Courtside seating is limited and can be reserved by calling Elvis Moya, director of marketing and promotions for women's basketball, at 806-742-7400. Faculty and staff receive a 20 percent discount on all rates when purchased directly at the Athletic Tickets Office at Jones AT&T Stadium.

As of Wednesday, the Lady Raiders have sold more than 5,600 season tickets. Last year, Tech averaged 10,668 fans per home game, ranking first in the Big 12 and third in the country.

The Lady Raiders will play their only exhibition game on Sun., Nov. 4, at 2 p.m., against the Houston Jaguars before hosting its first home regular-season game on Tues., Nov. 13, at 7 p.m., against IPFW at the United Spirit Arena.

For tickets to Texas Tech women's basketball, please contact (888) GO-BIG-12 or (806) 742-TECH or stop by the Texas Tech Athletic Ticket Office in the north end of Jones AT&T Stadium. Tickets also can be purchased through the Texas Tech athletic website,  (click here).

The Texas Tech women's basketball program will soon hold its annual "Girls Rule - Basketball 101" clinic at the United Spirit Arena. The clinic is open to ladies only to learn more about the rules of the game of basketball.

The event will be held on October 25, from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at the United Spirit arena with a clinic and discussion, lunch and a Lady Raider practice. Women's basketball officials will be present to lead the clinic. The cost of the clinic is $30 per lady, which includes clinic, lunch, rules packet and a t-shirt, and a chance to win many great prizes.

Pre-registration is being accepted by mail. The form can be obtained online, (click here). Space is limited to the first 150 ladies to register.

For more information or questions, please call Marianne Sevin at (806) 742-8097.

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