MasterCard NIT Tilt with DePaul Sold Out

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State’s second-round match-up with DePaul tonight in the MasterCard NIT has been officially called a sellout, athletic department officials have announced. 


It marks the sixth time this season that Kansas State has registered a sellout at Bramlage Coliseum, which is the most in a single-season since the arena opened in 1988-89.  Counting tonight’s sellout against the Blue Demons, the Wildcats have posted an average of 12,300 fans per game this season, which ranks as the second-highest average attendance in school history and the highest since 12,978 fans cheered on the 1988-89 squad.    


The game will tip-off at 8 p.m., and be televised on ESPN.


Fans who purchased tickets online or by phone are encouraged to come to Bramlage Coliseum throughout the day to pick up their tickets and reduce the possibility of lines prior to the game.  All pre-paid public tickets designated for will call will be available at tables set up on the arena concourse near the ticket office.  At approximately 4 p.m., will call will be moved to the auxiliary ticket trailer located near Cats Closet outside the northwest entrance of Bramlage Coliseum.