Purchase Minnesota Golden Gophers Basketball Tickets
Vivid Seats is here to assist you in finding the 2019-2020 Minnesota basketball tickets that agree with both your wallet and seating preferences. The Golden Gophers are looking to have great season in the Big Ten Conference! View Williams Arena seating charts and be there to witness high octane Minnesota men's hoops in action. Make some noise with Minnesota University's student section, the Barnyard, so that it's hard on any opposing team taking on the Gophers this year. The school's huge fan base will scoop up all Gopher basketball tickets quickly, but seats for games on the 2019-2020 Minnesota Gophers basketball schedule are still available. The Gophers' winning ways have made Minnesota basketball tickets the hot item on campus. The University of Minnesota's basketball program enjoys the support from all kinds of sports fans in and around "The Land of 10,000 Lakes". With a student body of over 51,000, countless alumni, and a great product on the court, the program gets more popular with each year. Cheer on the Gophers all season long by sketching out your college basketball season with Minnesota basketball tickets from Vivid Seats.
Minnesota Golden Gophers Tournament Tickets
The Golden Gophers definitely want to get back to the NCAA tournament this year. If Minnesota can make that happen, Vivid Seats can provide you with Final Four tickets. And if Minnesota can make it to the Finals, Vivid Seats can get you to the Finals with NCAA Championship basketball tickets.
Minnesota Golden Gophers Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Golden Gophers Return Talented Backcourt for 2017-18 Season
Expectations are high for the 2017-2018 Minnesota Golden Gophers, after posting a 24-10 record a year ago and earning an appearance in the NCAA tournament.
Head coach Richard Pitino has most key pieces returning from last year’s squad, led by senior guard Nate Mason, an all-Big Ten performer a year ago. Mason averaged 15.2 points per game during the 2016-17 season.
Joining him in the backcourt is 6-foot-8 guard Amir Coffey, a sophomore. Coffey starred locally at Hopkins High School before signing with the Golden Gophers. He displayed tremendous promise as a freshman, averaging 12.3 points.
Should Coffey continue to blossom and if the team’s frontcourt lives up to its billing, Minnesota could make a deep run in March.