Nov. 5, 2010
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Individual game tickets for all Boston College men's and women's basketball as well as men's hockey games are now on sale.
Fans can purchase tickets online at www.bceagles.com, by phone at 617-552-GoBC (4622) or by visiting Boston College's ticket office located inside Conte Forum.
Under the direction of new Head Coach Steve Donahue, the men's basketball team is set to tip-off a new era in Boston College basketball. Following a FREE exhibition game in Conte Forum on Saturday, November 6 at 3 p.m., the Eagles will begin the regular season on Friday, November 12 at 7 p.m. In addition to season tickets, individual game tickets are available for all games, including match-ups against Indiana in the ACC/BIG TEN Challenge, New England rival Providence, ACC foes Georgia Tech, Virginia, Maryland, Wake Forest and the 2009 National Champion North Carolina Tar Heels. Season tickets start at $180 and individual tickets are just $15 for select games.
Coach Sylvia Crawley and the Boston College women's basketball team tip-off the 2010-11 home schedule with a game on Monday, November 15 at 7 p.m. against Hartford. Led by seniors Carolyn Swords and Stephanie Murphy, the Eagles will host some of the ACC's best this season, including top 25 opponents North Carolina, Maryland and Florida State. Join the Eagles as they begin the ACC regular season against UNC on January 9 at 1 p.m. for the NCAA Pack the House Challenge. Season tickets start at $56 and individual tickets for all games are just $5. Special group rates are available for groups of 10 or more with ticket prices starting at just $2.
The defending national champion men's ice hockey team is off to another strong start with a 5-2 record. Led by Head Coach Jerry York, the Eagles are poised to make another run at another national title. Individual game tickets are available for all remaining home games including games against Hockey East rivals New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and archrival Boston University. Tickets start as low as $10 for all games with the exception of the Boston University game.