K-State-UConn Tickets on Sale Sept. 17

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Single game tickets for Kansas State’s highly anticipated matchup with four-time defending NCAA national champion Connecticut will go on sale to the public on Saturday, September 17. With three months to go, nearly one-third of all tickets have already been purchased in a presale for season ticket holders.

General admission tickets are available for $3 on Saturday at the K-State-FAU football game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Tickets will be available for purchase pregame at the Ahearn Fund Appreciation Day tailgate as well as in the stadium at the Fan Experience booths located on the northwest and southeast concourses and at any ticket window.

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. A $38 Wildcat 4 Pack is another affordable option and includes four general admission tickets and four $10 concessions vouchers.

General admission, bench and Cat Cushion tickets will be available for just $3, a savings of $5, until Saturday, October 1, and for only $5 from October 3 until gameday, December 11. Any remaining tickets will be sold on gameday at regular price: $12 for chairback, $9 for Cat Cushion, $8 for adult general admission and $5 for youth, military and senior citizens.

K-State women’s basketball season tickets for the 2016-17 season are available starting at just $20 for football and men’s basketball season ticket holders. For more information on how to purchase your season tickets for the Wildcats’ 18-game home schedule, contact the K-State Athletics Ticket Office by calling 1-800-221-CATS or visit www.kstatesports.com/tickets.

For the 2016-17 season, K-State head coach Jeff Mittie returns nine letter winners from the 2015-16 squad that reached the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats will be led into the 2016-17 season by 2016 All-Big 12 First Team selection and two-time Big 12 All-Defensive Team honoree Breanna Lewis and 2016 All-Big 12 Second Team selection Kindred Wesemann. Overall, K-State returns 75 percent of its scoring and assists and 87 percent of its rebounding.

In addition to the returning letter winners, Kansas State welcomes in five newcomers for the 2016-17 season including: junior guard Karyla Middlebrook (Blue Springs, Missouri), redshirt freshman forward Lanie Page (Wamego, Kansas), freshman guard Mercedes Brooks (Wichita Falls, Texas), freshman forward Peyton Williams (Topeka, Kansas) and freshman forward Eternati Willock (Scarborough, Ontario, Canada).