FANS CAN SECURE SEATS AT NCAA.COM/MBBTICKETS OR THE SCOTTRADE CENTER BOX OFFICE
ST. LOUIS – March 14, 2016 – Tickets remain available for the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball First & Second Rounds Friday (March 18) and Sunday (March 20) at Scottrade Center in Downtown St. Louis.
All-Session tickets start at $150 and include four games Friday and two games Sunday. A small number of lower level all-session tickets are still available. Single-session tickets start at just $50 and provide access to two games each. Additional handling fees may apply. To purchase tickets, fans can log onto ncaa.com/mbbtickets, call 800-745-3000 or visit the Scottrade Center box office.
A special offer is available to groups of 10 or more, who can receive $10 off each ticket purchased for session 1 on Friday by entering promo code DWNTWN or visiting the box office to redeem the offer.
Friday’s games feature the following compelling matchups (all times listed are Central):
No. 7 seed University of Dayton Flyers vs. No. 10 seed Syracuse University Orange
30 minutes after game one (approx. 1:45 p.m.)
No. 2 seed Michigan State University Spartans vs. No. 15 seed Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders
No. 7 seed University of Wisconsin Badgers vs. No. 10 seed University of Pittsburgh Panthers
30 minutes after game three (approx. 8:20 p.m.)
No. 2 seed Xavier University Musketeers vs. No. 15 seed Weber State University Wildcats
Game time for Sunday’s doubleheader will be announced Friday night.
OPEN PRACTICES: The eight teams playing in St. Louis will practice at Scottrade Center on Thursday. The practices are open to the media and the public. There is no cost to attend. The schedule is listed below:
Noon – 12:40 p.m.: Syracuse
12:45 – 1:25 p.m.: Middle Tennessee
1:30 – 2:10 p.m.: Dayton
2:15 – 2:55 p.m.: Michigan State
4:25 – 5:05 p.m.: Wisconsin
5:10 – 5:50 p.m.: Xavier
5:55 – 6:35 p.m.: Pittsburgh
6:40 – 7:20 p.m.: Weber State
ABOUT THE 2016 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL FIRST/SECOND ROUNDS: The Missouri Valley Conference and the St. Louis Sports Commission are the hosts. This will be the 12th NCAA basketball postseason event in St. Louis since 1998. The Gateway City hosted the 1998 (regional), 1999 (regional), 2001 (Women’s Final Four), 2002 (first/second rounds), 2004 (regional), 2005 (Men’s Final Four), 2007 (regional), 2009 (Women’s Final Four), 2010 (regional), 2012 (regional) and 2014 (first/second rounds).
For more information on the NCAA Men’s Basketball First/Second Rounds in St. Louis, visit stlsports.org/ncaambb.
For more information, contact:
The St. Louis Sports Commission