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Northern Colorado Bears Basketball Tickets
Team: Northern Colorado Bears
Sport: NCAA Division I Men's Basketball
Conference: Big Sky Conference
Home Facility: Bank of Colorado Arena
Head Coach: Jeff Linder
Northern Colorado Bears Basketball TicketsAs one of the 11 members of the Big Sky Conference, the Northern Colorado Bears have a chance to win a bid to the NCAA Tournament every year. While the Bears haven't won the conference tournament (which secures the March Madness berth) since 2011, that could change this season. For the 2018-2019 season, the Northern Colorado Bears played with many new freshman players. The 2020 season will feature the same returning sophomores. Head Coach Jeff Linden was named the Coach of the Year for the 2018-2019 season. The 2020 season will be his fourth season coaching the Northern Colorado Bears' basketball team. Grab your Northern Colorado Bears' basketball tickets at StubHub.
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Which teams do the Bears normally compete against?The Northern Colorado Bears' basketball team is a member of the Big Sky Conference. There are 11 full-time members of the Big Sky Conference, including the Eastern Washington Eagles, University of Idaho Vandals, Idaho State University Bengals, University of Montana Grizzlies, Montana State University Bobcats, Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks, Portland State University Vikings, California State University Sacramento Hornets, Southern Utah University Thunderbirds and Weber State University Wildcats. The Northern Colorado Bears will be facing off against these teams throughout the regular season and during the postseason Big Sky Conference Tournament that will be the qualifying event into the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament held annually in the spring.
What is the mascot of the Northern Colorado Bears' basketball team?The University of Northern Colorado Bears' basketball team's mascot is Klawz the Bear. The inspiration behind the Colorado Bears' mascot came from a bear on top of a totem pole that was donated to the campus center by an alumnus. The navy blue and golden bear has been the school's mascot since 1923, and many variations have appeared throughout the team's history. The current bear, Klawz, made his first appearance in 2003 and has attended all sports games since 2003.
How big is the Northern Colorado Bears' home venue?The home games of the Northern Colorado Bears will be held at the Bank of Colorado Arena at the Butler-Hancock Athletic Center. Originally named after two of University of Northern California's longtime coaches, Pete Butler and John W. Hancock, the arena underwent a naming change and significant renovations after a naming rights change with the Bank of Colorado. The naming rights change will last until 2029, and the renovations included new sports lighting, air conditioning, new video boards to enhance the viewing experience and new flooring. The arena will be a part of the larger Butler-Hancock Athletic Center that will contain the main core of the university's athletic facilities and administration offices. Teams that will use the new arena include the Colorado Bears' basketball, volleyball, wrestling and indoor track and field programs. The arena will seat 2,992 spectators.
Who are some notable former players from Northern Colorado?The Northern Colorado Bears' basketball team has several talented players on its team. Senior Trent Harris played in all 32 games during the 2019-2019 season and is ranked seventh in the Big Sky Conference. Sophomore Sam Masten played in all 32 games of the 2018-2019 season. He also scored a career high 23 points in his very first career game against Colorado College as a first-year player. Sophomore Bodie Hume received the Best Sky Conference freshman of the Year Award in the 2018-2019 season. As a freshman that season, he played in all 32 games and started in 28 of them.
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