Basketball Season Tickets On Sale Now
NORMAN - Season tickets for Oklahoma men's and women's basketball are now on sale. To reserve your seat, click here or contact the OU Athletics Ticket Office by phone at (800) 456-4668.
MEN'S BASKETBALL SEASON TICKETS
Season tickets for the 2018-19 OU men's basketball season range from $195 to $560 per seat. The Sooners will be facing a slate of talented teams, as 12 of the 14 regular-season home opponents have reached the NCAA Tournament at least once in the past two seasons.
Fans will have six chances to cheer on the Sooners at home in non-conference competition, including one game at Chesapeake Energy Arena against Wichita State (included in season tickets). In addition to an exhibition game against Pittsburg State (Nov. 1), the Sooners will host Wofford (Nov. 18), North Texas (Nov. 27), Wichita State (Dec. 8), Creighton (Dec. 18) and Vanderbilt (Jan. 26).
In conference play, the Sooners face all nine Big 12 opponents at home. The conference's schedule is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
Last season, Oklahoma boasted the second-best home record in the Big 12 by going 13-2 (.867) inside Lloyd Noble Center. The home-court advantage provided by Sooner Nation has helped OU win 15 of its last 17 contests in Norman.
Oklahoma is coming off a trip to the 2018 NCAA Tournament and will return four of its top six scorers on a team highlighted by seniors Christian James, Rashard Odomes and Jamuni McNeace.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SEASON TICKETS
Fans can purchase season tickets for the entire 2018-19 Oklahoma women's basketball home slate for just $120. Season tickets for seniors (55+) as well as children (ages 6-18) are available for as little as $75.
The Sooners will play 15 home games at Lloyd Noble Center this year. Along with its one exhibition matchup, OU will host six non-conference games at Lloyd Noble Center this season, including 2018 NCAA Tournament participants DePaul, UConn and Western Kentucky.
OU returns 2018 Big 12 Freshman of the Year Shaina Pellington along with All-Big 12 selection Ana Llanusa from last year's squad that appeared in the program's 19th consecutive NCAA Tournament. The Sooners' top-10 recruiting class looks to make an immediate impact on the court.
Oklahoma is just one of 10 Division I men's or women's basketball teams in the nation to make every NCAA Tournament since 2000.
OU and head coach Sherri Coale tip off the season with an exhibition contest against Northeastern State on Nov. 5 before beginning the regular season on Nov. 9 by taking on Western Kentucky.