GA Tickets for K-State-UConn Game Sold Out

MANHATTAN, Kansas – With the highly anticipated non-conference matchup between Kansas State and four-time defending national champion Connecticut still two months away, K-State Athletics has sold out of general admission tickets for the game on Dec. 11.

To date over 7,500 tickets have been sold for the game. Less than 2,500 reserved bench and Cat Cushion seats remain and fewer than 1,300 chairback tickets are available. Bench and Cat Cushion tickets are only $3 until Saturday, October 1. From Oct. 3 until the gameday, bench and Cat Cushion tickets will be available for $5, a savings of $3.

Also available is a $20 chairback ticket package that includes an exclusive t-shirt. The deadline to order the chairback ticket package is Tuesday, December 1 or while supplies last. Chairback tickets without the t-shirt are also available for only $12.

K-State women’s basketball begins its official practices on Monday, Oct. 3, in the Ice Family Basketball Center. Head coach Jeff Mittie enters his 25th season of coaching and his third in Manhattan with a career record of 492-262 (.653), including a 38-27 (.585) record at K-State.

The Wildcats return nine letter winners from last season’s team that reached the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. The 2016-17 roster features five seniors (Breanna Lewis, Jessica Sheble, Kelly Thomson, Kindred Wesemann & Erica Young), three juniors (Shaelyn Martin, Karyla Middlebrook & Kaylee Page) two sophomores (Kayla Goth & Anna Hammaker), a redshirt freshman (Lanie Page) and three true freshmen, (Mercedes Brooks, Peyton Williams & Eternati Willock).

Lewis, a 2015-16 All-Big 12 First Team selection, returns as K-State’s top scorer (16.7 ppg) and rebounder (7.5 rpg) from last season. The 2016-17 All-American candidate needs 35 blocked shots this season to become the career blocked shots leader in school history.

Wesemann, a 2015-16 All-Big 12 Second Team selection, set career-highs for points (388), assists (104) and steals (62). She needs 26 made 3-point field goals to become the sixth player in program history with 200 or more connections from beyond the arc in a career.

Season tickets remain available for the 18-game home schedule, while single game tickets go on sale on Monday, Oct. 3 at 8:30 a.m. To purchase K-State women’s basketball tickets through the K-State Athletics Ticket Office by calling (800) 221-CATS, by visiting www.kstatesports.com/tickets or by stopping by the K-State Athletics Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum.