NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University men's and women's basketball 2017-18 season tickets are on sale now at (615) 460-BALL or belmontbruins.com/tickets.
Season tickets are priced at $165 for the entire 30-game home slate - or roughly $5 per game for the reigning OVC Champions!
Season ticket benefits include:
- Postseason Ticket Purchase Priority
- Ticket Purchase Priority for additional pre-sale single-game tickets for men's basketball vs. Vanderbilt Nov. 13.
- Two (2) complimentary tickets to the Belmont Basketball Tip-off Luncheon featuring Coach Byrd & Coach Brooks
- Exclusive discounts on officiallu licensed Bruin apparel and gifts through The Belmont Store
- Four (4) flex ticket vouchers redeemable online for any home game (*not reedemable for MBB vs. Vanderbilt Nov. 13)
- Two (2) popcorn vouchers from the Curb Event Center concession stand
- One (1) Belmont Basketball cup with FREE initial refill
In addition, from now until Sept. 15, all new season ticket purchases will be entered to win an autographed basketball from Coach Byrd, AND will choose any TWO (2) of the following Bruin items:
- Belmont 'Splashville' Foam Hand
- Belmont Bruins Ceramic Coffee Mug
- Bruiser Bobblehead Doll
Belmont University men's basketball has earned postseason 11 of the last 12 seasons, including seven automatic berths to the NCAA Tournament. The Bruins have won 16 conference championships since 2006 - third-most nationally over that span (Gonzaga, Kansas). Belmont is one of only seven NCAA Division I programs outside the Power 5 to post Top 100 RPIs seven consecutive seasons (BYU, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's (CA), San Diego State, VCU, Wichita State). Belmont University men's basketball boasts an NCAA-leading 15 CoSIDA Academic All-America selections since 2001 and is one of only three NCAA Division I programs to make the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) Honor Roll every year of existence.
Belmont University women's basketball is 51-15 over its last two seasons, which includes consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament and Ohio Valley Conference championships. The Bruins earned 29 votes in the Associated Press Top 25 poll leading into the NCAA Tournament – a program record for any sport in Belmont's NCAA Division I era.