$1 Tickets to K-State WBB Game on Jan. 17

MANHATTAN, Kan. – All tickets and select concession items are only $1 when the K-State women’s basketball team hosts Iowa State at 7 p.m., on Saturday Jan. 17, for the annual “Pack the House” game. The Wildcats captured consecutive Big 12 titles in the NCAA “Pack the House” initiative in the 2011 and 2012 seasons.

As part of the NCAA’s “Pack the House” initiative, K-State is offering all tickets for just $1, which includes all available seating in the chairbacks, reserved bench and general admission seating areas of Bramlage Coliseum. To purchase tickets, please contact the K-State Athletic Ticket Office at (800) 221-CATS or visit www.kstatesports.com.

In addition, designated concession items will be sold for just $1, including: pretzels, popcorn and select chips and candy, which will be available at all of the main concession stands on the Bramlage concourse.

At halftime of the game, fans will be entertained by BMX Pros Trick Team. The BMX Pros Trick Team features the world’s most extreme bicycle stunt riders and skateboarders in a spectacular, non-stop action-packed show that has entertained millions of people around the world. For more information on The BMX Pros Trick Team, visit www.bmxpromo.com.

K-State will be looking for its third Big 12 title in the NCAA “Pack the House” initiative, as the Wildcats captured the 2011 and 2012 crowns. K-State hosted 9,024 fans on Jan. 9, 2011 against Oklahoma State, a 63-45 win over the Cowgirls in the Big 12 home opener for the Wildcats. On Feb. 4, 2012, K-State hosted No. 1 Baylor in front of a sold-out crowd of 12,528 fans.

Since 1996, the Wildcats own a record of 40-10 (.800) when the attendance inside Bramlage Coliseum is 7,500 or larger.

The NCAA “Pack the House” initiative is in its eighth year of existence and was created to assist in growing the game of women’s basketball. NCAA member schools can select any game from the start of competition on Nov. 14, 2014 until the close of regular season action on March 6, 2015.

Participating schools compete against one another within their own conference and against all Division I schools for a chance to be awarded the 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Pack the House Challenge Champion. This will be the fifth year that all of the Big 12 Conference members will participate in the initiative.