This Big East powerhouse has brought home three NCAA Championships, won the conference ten times, and regularly produces NBA talent, so get your UConn Huskies men’s basketball tickets and head to Gampel Pavilion to witness one of the nation’s perennial top teams fight to compete in March Madness.
UConn basketball tickets are being picked up in time for another exceptional season. Playing in the Big East Conference, UConn's schedule this year includes many games against the nation's top programs. Right now you can check out the team's schedule of games above and decide upon which UConn Huskies basketball tickets you want to order on the 2013-2014 UConn basketball schedule. Whenever the Huskies take on their toughest match ups, fans from coast to coast tune in to watch the UConn Huskies play.
Famed coach Jim Calhoun turned the Huskies into a national contender in the early nineties, Huskies basketball tickets immediately became must-have items for college hoops fans. UConn further cemented itself as an elite program with National Championships in both 1999, 2004, and 2011. It doesn't matter if the team plays their on campus in in Gampel Pavilion downtown Hartford, Vivid Seats has helpful information for both, include the XL Center basketball seating chart. UConn fans always up for the school's home games. Use VividSeats.com to order UConn basketball tickets today, and add your voice to the Huskies' home court advantage this season.
The beginning of the UConn basketball season will be one filled with exciting games that will take the young squad all over the world. The Huskies will open the 2012 campaign on November 9th by heading across the Atlantic and taking on the Michigan St. Spartans at Ramstein Air Base in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Then, on November 16th, the Huskies will head down to the Sports and Fitness Center on the island of St. Thomas to participate in the 2012 Virgin Islands Paradise Jam, where they’ll play as the 2-seed against the 7-seed Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
Coach Calhoun and the rest of Husky Nation expect a great year from the squad, who will be returning great players like the excellent scoring guard Shabazz Napier and Ryan Boatright, whose elite quickness, leaping ability, finishing skills can help carry the team. And once again, Coach Calhoun has brought in high-quality fresh blood in the 38th ranked guard Omar Calhoun. In no relation to Coach Calhoun, Omar is known as a high-volume scorer with an improving shot who is comfortable carrying a team. This bodes well for UConn’s future, and by the looks of this highlight video, Calhoun will be giving fans at plenty to cheer about this year: