Monday, March 14, 2005

Ohio University Men play in NCAA Tournament on Friday, March 18

Ohio (21-10), a 13 seed, plays fourth-seeded Florida (23-7) at 11:25 a.m. CST on Friday, March 18 in Nashville.

The Bobcats earned an automatic bid to the tournament by defeating Buffalo 80-79 in overtime Saturday night in the finals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament while the Gators upset No. 4 Kentucky 70-53 in Sunday's Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game.

Ohio Athletics to Announced Ticket Distribution Policy Monday Morning. See the comments.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tickets for the NCAA Tournament sessions involving the Ohio men's basketball team in Nashville, Tenn., will be made available for $50 per session to Bobcat fans and students by a lottery system. Those interested in purchasing the 200-300 tickets available should visit or call the Ohio Athletics Ticket Office (1-800-575-CATS) in the Convocation Center between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday or between 8 a.m. and noon Tuesday. Ohio University students on the Athens campus must register in person while those on regional campuses may call to register for the lottery.

When registering for the lottery, students should indicate whether they are O Zone members and the general public should indicate if they are season ticket holders. Both distinctions will be verified by the ticket office and preference will be given to those two groups, as well as to athletic department donors. However, a number of tickets will also be made available to the general public and to the general student population.

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Hope that helps
-Erik