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MEN'S BASKETBALL


Regular-Season Student Ticket Distribution
In order to attend Men's Basketball games, students must have their ID cards activated at Student Ticket Distribution. Student Ticket Distributions will take place in the McCarthey Athletic Center with the line forming at the Northwest (student) entrance. The dates & times of Student Ticket Distributions for the 2014-2015 season are below:

Thompson Rivers (exhib)

Sunday, October 26th – 7 pm

Sacramento State and SMU

Sunday, November 9th – 7 pm

Saint Joseph's and St. Thomas Aquinas 

Sunday, November 16th – 7 pm

Southeastern Louisiana 

Sunday, November 23rd - 7pm

Washington State (at the Spokane Arena)**

**Student Tickets will be $10 

Tuesday, December 2nd**

** Distribution will follow the men's basketball game against Southeastern Louisana

Texas Southern 

Sunday, December 7th – 7 pm

Cal Poly (Battle In Seattle)** 

**Student Tickets will be $10 

Starts Monday, December 1st

10am-5pm at the GU Athletics Ticket Office

San Francisco* and Santa Clara*                  

* Winter Break Games

Monday, December 15th- Friday December 19th - 10am-5pm at the GU Athletics Ticket Office

Saint Mary's and Pacific 

Sunday, January 19th – 7 pm

Portland and Memphis

Sunday, January 25th – 7pm
 

LMU and Pepperdine                

Sunday, February 8th – 7 pm

San Diego and BYU 

Sunday, February 22nd - 7pm

ID cards are activated until 1,200 students are scheduled to attend. When 1,200 student ID cards have been activated, students may place their name on a wait list and may be activated if enough students de-activate their cards. Students who attended a ticket distribution but cannot or no longer wish to attend a game must de-activate their cards by 9:00am the day of the game by emailing tickets@gonzaga.edu. The e-mail must contain (1) the student's name, (2) the student's ID number, and (3) the date(s) of the game(s) (s)he cannot attend.

Failure to cancel a student ticket may result in the loss of ticket privileges:
1st offense: Reminder
2nd offense: Loss of ticket privileges for the following two games
3rd offense: Loss of ticket privileges for the remainder of the season

Game Day
The student entrance is located at the northwest doors of the
McCarthey Athletic Center. The student entrance opens 1 1/2 hours prior to tip-off for all Men's Basketball home games.The Student Section encompasses the lower level of sections 102-108. Seating is on a first come, first served basis with the first rows of sections 104 and 106 reserved for members of the Kennel Club Board.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which students are eligible to attend Men's Basketball games?
How do I get a student ticket to a Men's Basketball game?
How much do student tickets cost?

When does Student Ticket Distribution take place?
My friend can't make it to Student Ticket Distribution, can I get a ticket for them?
What do I do after I get my ticket?
I got my ID card activated, but now I cannot attend the game, what should I do?
What happens if I forget to de-activate my card?
My name was put on the wait list, when will I find out if I got a ticket to the game or not?
Where should I enter the McCarthey Athletic Center?
Where can I sit in the McCarthey Athletic Center?
How do I redeem my FREE Wendy's voucher?
Other questions

Which students are eligible to attend Men's Basketball games? (Back to Top of FAQ)
All current Gonzaga students (undergraduate and graduate) are eligible to attend regular-season men's basketball home games.

How do I get a student ticket to a Men's Basketball game? (Back to Top of FAQ)
Student tickets to Men's Basketball games are distributed at designated Student Ticket Distributions held on Sundays from 11:00am to noon in the McCarthey Athletic Center.

How much do student tickets cost? (Back to Top of FAQ)
Student tickets to all regular-season Gonzaga athletic events (including Men's Basketball games) are FREE to current Gonzaga students.

When does Student Ticket Distribution take place? (Back to Top of FAQ)
Student Ticket Distributions typically take place at 11:00am on the Sunday prior to the game day (unless otherwise noted on the distribution schedule).

My friend can't make it to Student Ticket Distribution, can I get a ticket for them? (Back to Top of FAQ)
No. It is against university policy to be in possession of another student's ID card. Each student who wishes to attend the game must attend ticket distribution.

What do I do after I get my ticket? (Back to Top of FAQ)
That's it! You're done. All that's left is to wait anxiously for game day to arrive.

I got my ID card activated, but now I cannot attend the game, what should I do? (Back to Top of FAQ)
If you attended ticket distribution, but can no longer attend the game, you must e-mail the ticket office by 9:00am on game day to have your ID card de-activated. The e-mail must include your name, student ID number, and the game(s) you cannot attend.

What happens if I cannot attend the game, but forget to de-activate my card? (Back to Top of FAQ)
The first time you have your ID card activated for a game, but do not attend the game, you will receive a reminder. The second time, you will not be able to get a student ticket to the next 2 Men's Basketball games. The third time, you will lose your student ticket privileges for the remainder of the season.

My name was put on the wait list, when will I know if I got a ticket to the game or not? (Back to Top of FAQ)
If you were wait listed for a student ticket to a Men's Basketball game and enough students de-activate their cards, you will receive an e-mail notification from the Ticket Office by noon on game day if your card was activated so that you may attend the game. If you do not receive an e-mail from the Ticket Office, your ID card was not activated.

Where should I enter the McCarthey Athletic Center? (Back to Top of FAQ)
The student entrance is located at the North central doors of the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Where can I sit in the McCarthey Athletic Center? (Back to Top of FAQ)
The student section is located in the lower levels of
sections 102-108. The first rows of Sections 104 & 106 are reserved for members of the Kennel Club Board. All other seating is on a first come, first served basis.

Other questions (Back to Top of FAQ)

If you have other questions relating to student tickets, contact the Ticket Office at tickets@gonzaga.edu or 313-6000.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (Back to Top)
All Gonzaga students receive FREE admission to Gonzaga Women's Basketball games (with GU ID). Enter through the North doors of the McCarthey Athletic Center. The student section is located in Section 101 behind the West basket with overflow seats in section 118 behind the band.  The student section is limited, so please arrive early to ensure yourself a seat!


MEN'S & WOMEN'S SOCCER (Back to Top)
All Gonzaga students receive FREE admission to Gonzaga Men's & Women's Soccer matches (with GU ID). Students are encouraged to enter through the North entrance to Gonzaga Soccer Field.

VOLLEYBALL (Back to Top)
All Gonzaga students receive FREE admission to Gonzaga Volleyball matches (with GU ID). Students should enter the Martin Centre through the main entrance. The Student Section is located on the North bleachers.

BASEBALL (Back to Top)
All Gonzaga students receive FREE admission to Gonzaga Baseball games (with GU ID). Students should enter through the main entrance to Patterson Baseball Complex & Washington Trust Field.