JONESBORO,Ark. (ASU) - The start of the 2012-13 Arkansas State University men's basketball season is here so now is the time to secure your season tickets for what promises to be an exciting campaign on the court.
The 2012-13 A-State men's basketball team, under the direction of fifth-year head coach John Brady, returns four starters from last season's squad not to mention five of the Red Wolves' top six scorers. Almost all of the preseason forecasts for this upcoming 2012-13 season predict ASU to be among the top teams in the Sun Belt Conference (SBC).
"We would like to encourage all Red Wolves' fans to purchase season tickets and support the ASU Basketball," said A-State Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions Gleen Hart.
"Our fans can save by buying their season tickets now and securing their favorite seats. This is a great entertainment value, especially for families and we certainly hope A-State fans will take advantage of this special opportunity."
Season ticket prices are $170 per person for lower section seating in the ASU Convocation Center and $135 for the upper section with the exception of sections EE, KK, QQ, W, and the upper end which is $105 per individual.
All lower level seating is available for Red Wolf Club members only and requires a Red Wolf Club donation.
For more information, please contact the Red Wolf Club at (870) 972-2401.
Single-game ticket prices for the 2012-13 season are $12 for the upper center section, $10 for the upper side, $8 for the upper wing, and $6 for children and senior citizens (age 55+). A $5 per person group rate is also available for a purchase of at least 12 tickets or more. Current ASU students with a valid ID will be admitted free of charge.
To purchase you're A-State tickets, please call 1-888-ASU-FANS or visit the ASU Box Office located in the Convocation Center. Fans may also order their season tickets by logging into their account at astateredwolves.com.
The 17-game home slate for the Red Wolves includes 10 Sun Belt Conference matchups against the likes of Western Kentucky, North Texas, Middle Tennessee, and archrival UALR among others.
The five non-conference contests feature nationally top-25 ranked Murray State alongwith such notable teams as Lamar, St. Bonaventure, Austin Peay State, and Arkansas-Monticello. Numerous in-game promotions will be held throughout this season.