Temple Owls Basketball Ticket Information
College basketball is approaching fast and Vivid Seats is waiting with Temple basketball tickets for the entire season of NCAA basketball. We've got Owls basketball tickets to their home games, as well as the away. Now, you can be the sixth man for the Temple Owls basketball team no matter where they go. Vivid Seats posts a full Temple University basketball schedule on our website so you can choose the matchups you want to attend. We're the complete NCAA basketball ticket broker. With daily updated listings, you always know the necessary details of the next Temple Owls basketball game match up. To order Temple Owls basketball tickets, click on the "Find Your Seats" for game dates you want to attend. After that, the buying instructions are straightforward and simple. If you have additional questions or difficulties you can also order your Owls basketball tickets via telephone at 866.848.8499.
Owls Final Four Tickets and Seating
Temple Owls basketball looks pretty fierce this year. If they prove tough enough to qualify for March Madness tournament play, Vivid Seats will have the corresponding March Madness tickets. Vivid Seats has tickets for all the conference tournaments including SEC tournament tickets and PAC 10 tournament tickets. And, if the Owls make it to the NCAA tournament, Vivid Seats will have Final Four tickets as well.
Temple Owls Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Owls Looking to Make Mark in New League
As the Temple Owls get set to make their debut in the newly formed American Athletic Conference, they will do so with plenty of momentum on their side. The Owls are coming off a successful 24-10 campaign that concluded with a sixth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, one that featured an impressive opening-game win over North Carolina State. Temple’s 11-5 record in the very competitive Atlantic 10 last year bodes well for its move to the AAC, which contains perennial contenders like Cincinnati, Memphis, and defending national champion, Louisville.
While the team will enter the conference without Khalif Wyatt, the superstar of last year’s squad, eighth-year head coach Fran Dunphy will still have plenty of talent to work with for the 2013-14 season. Center Anthony Lee is the top returner, as he averaged 9.8 points last season while also leading the team in rebounding with nearly seven per contest. In-state product Josh Brown could also play a key role for the Owls, as the freshman shooting guard will likely have the inside track for a starting gig given the team’s lack of experience at the position.