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Grand Canyon Antelopes Basketball Tickets
Team: Grand Canyon Antelopes
Conference: Western Athletic Conference (WAC)
Home Court: GCU Arena
Head Coach: Dan Majerle
All-Time Leading Players: Bayard Forrest, Gerald Ross, Roy Singleton
Grand Canyon Antelopes Basketball TicketsThe Grand Canyon Antelopes basketball team claims the GCU Arena in balmy Phoenix as its home court. Originally a Division II school, Grand Canyon University began transitioning to Division I in 2012. After a four-year probationary period in which the team could not compete in the NCAA Tournament, the Grand Canyon Antelopes are now Division I and compete as a part of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). Howard Mansfield was the Lopes’ first head coach in 1949. Since that time, the team has appeared twice in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI), three times at the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) and 10 times in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Lopes won three National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championships and holds titles to three California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Division II regular-season championships. Under the expertise of head coach Dan Majerle, the Grand Canyon Antelopes basketball team has its sights set on the postseason. Don’t miss out on any of the action on the Antelopes’ court this year. Grab your tickets to the next Antelopes basketball game at StubHub.
Who are the coaches for the Grand Canyon Antelopes basketball team?Dan Majerle took over as head coach for the Lopes in 2013. Before that, he spent 14 seasons playing basketball for the NBA. He also served as associate head coach for the Phoenix Suns. So far, he has led the Lopes to the postseason every year but one. Majerle is assisted by associate head coach Marvin Menzies and assistant coaches, Isaac Chew and Chris Crevelone.
What is game day like at the GCU Arena?The GCU Arena is located on the south edge of the Grand Canyon University campus at Camelback Road and 33rd Avenue. Opened in 2011, it is one of the newest college arenas out there with state-of-the-art amenities. It is also home to the Lopes women’s basketball and men’s and women’s volleyball teams. The area has 7,000 seats, including accessible and companion seating, but can be expanded by adding temporary courtside seating. There is an enthusiastic, loyal and determined student section called the "Havocs." They prove to be quite intimidating to competing teams, and they are further revved up with the help of the marching band, cheerleaders and dance team. The Lopes' basketball draws in some of the largest crowds, and their excitement is enhanced by GCU’s mascot, Thunder the Antelope.
How much are tickets to the Grand Canyon Antelopes games?StubHub has seats for Lopes games at various price points. Seating prices can change depending on factors like who the Lopes are playing, seat location and regular season or tournaments. Center court tickets can cost more, but they offer the best view of the game. Check StubHub for current ticket prices.
What is the Grand Canyon Antelopes' basketball schedule like?Catch the Lopes on the court against teams like the Fighting Illini, the Valparaiso Crusaders and the Liberty Flames. You can also catch the team competing against other WAC members, including the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners, the Seattle U Redhawks and the New Mexico State Aggies.
Who are some of the Grand Canyon Antelopes' notable players?There have been a handful of GCU Hall of Famers from the Lopes basketball and a few others drafted by the NBA. The Phoenix Suns have recruited the most Grand Canyon Antelopes basketball players to date including, Rodney Johns, Roy Singleton, Nick Stokes and Bayard Forrest. Other Lopes' basketball players drafted to the NBA for various teams include Gerald Ross, Willie Polk and David Everett.
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