Wednesday, December 5, 2007

800 tickets remain for Davidson-Charlotte

If you're planning to attend tonight's Charlotte-Davidson men's college basketball game at the 49ers' Halton Arena and you don't have a ticket, time is running out.

As of noon, John George, assistant athletics director for ticket operations, said the entire 4,500 student ticket allotment will be distributed for the game and there are about 800 other tickets remaining to be sold.

If they all go, it will mark Charlotte's first sellout since the Feb. 4, 2006, homecoming game against Dayton, won by Charlotte 62-49.

Already this season, Charlotte has seen a tremendous uptake on student ticket distribution. More student tickets were given out for the Nov. 12 win against Appalachian State than any game last season, including homecoming.

Tickets are available by calling, (704) 687-4949.


Anonymous said...

This game is wonderful for Mecklenburg county each year. And now both teams are showing that they can put fans in seats at Bobcat's arena. It is time to have a Mecklenburg county versus the world each year. One year, Meck vs South Carolina teams, another year vs SEC teams, or two ACC teams. The rivalries are endless. Mecklenburg county can take on two other teams each year and our fans can join for once.