Sept. 24, 2012
ARLINGTON, Texas – Dallas-born rapper Dorrough is headlining the 2012 Maverick Madness on Friday, Oct. 12 at College Park Center. Maverick Madness is the official tipoff to the 2012-13 season for the Mavericks' men's and women's basketball programs and the university's Movin' Mavs Wheelchair team.
Doors to College Park Center open at 7 p.m. with a full slate of activities, including a number of contests and performances, scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. This is the first opportunity for UTA fans and students to meet the men's and women's teams before they embark on their first season in the Western Athletic Conference.
Contests for UTA students include the possibility to win free tuition for a semester, free books for a semester, and an iPad.
Contests for the general public include the possibility to win free season tickets, tickets to the men's basketball home opener against Oklahoma, and the opportunity to travel with the team to a select road game.
Free food and beverages will be provided for UTA students who have purchased the All-Sports Pass (while supplies last). UTA students who purchase the All-Sports Pass ($50) at Maverick Madness can also enjoy the free food and beverages.
Admission is free for everyone. Tailgating is also open on The Green south of College Park Center.
For more information regarding season tickets for the upcoming men’s and women's basketball season log onto UTAMavs.com or call 817-272-6319. Men's Season tickets start as low as $66 and include all 14 home games. Women's season tickets are $49 and include all 14 home games.
UTA students don’t forget to log onto your MyMav account to purchase your All-Sports Pass for $50 this gives you entry into all home UTA Athletic events. For more information call 817-272-6319.
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