ARLINGTON, Texas -- With the recent conclusion of, arguably, the most successful season in UTA men and women’s basketball history, deposits for new season tickets and renewals are now being accepted by the UTA Box Office in College Park Center.
Current season ticket holders looking to renew their seats without any location changes or upgrades may do so without a deposit by completing this online renewal form. Season ticket holders wishing to change their seat locations or upgrade their seating should indicate their interest through the online form.
Reservations for new season tickets are available with a $50 deposit per seat online by clicking here, by calling (817) 272-9595 or by visiting the UTA Box Office in College Park Center. Deposits will be applied to the price of season tickets, which has not been determined but is expected to be comparable to last season.
New season ticket deposits will be refundable if the preferred seating location is unavailable. A seat selection event will be conducted in October.
The UTA men’s basketball team returns two of the most dynamic players in program history from this year’s team that won a school record 27 games, claimed the program’s first-ever Sun Belt Conference regular season championship and advanced to the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament.
Sun Belt Player of the Year and Associated Press All-America Kevin Hervey and first team all-league guard Erick Neal return to lead an entertaining squad that has knocked off teams such as Ohio State, Memphis, Texas, BYU and then 12th-ranked Saint Mary’s (CA) over the last two seasons.
The Lady Mavs return their full starting lineup from this year’s team that won 22 games, the third most in program history. The team advanced to the Sun Belt Championship semifinals and earned the program’s third-ever invitation to the Women’s NIT.
Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year Cierra Johnson and first team all-league center Rebekah VanDijk join with Crystal Allen, Christina Devers and Ericka Mattingly as a featured starting five. The Lady Mavs are expected to feature one of the country’s top defensive units after ranking 8th in the country turnovers forced per game.