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UConn Huskies Basketball Tickets
The UConn Huskies men’s basketball team is one of the premier programs in NCAA Division I. After playing for most of its history as an independent program or as a member of the Yankee Conference, UConn was one of seven founding members of the Big East Conference in 1979. Jim Calhoun took over as head coach in 1986 and led the team through its most dominant phase. Under his leadership, UConn won a school record 629 games and three national championships. In 1999, UConn beat top seed Duke in the national championship game to win its first-ever title. Richard Hamilton was named as the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. In 2004, UConn won a second championship over Georgia Tech on the strength of play from the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, Emeka Okafor. In 2011, the team held Butler to only 41 points in a defensive struggle to win a third championship. Kemba Walker received the Outstanding Player award. After Calhoun retired, Kevin Ollie took over as head coach and won a fourth championship in 2014. UConn made history as the first No. 7 seed to win a national championship, beating No. 8 seed Kentucky in the title game. Catch the exciting play of the UConn basketball team by purchasing tickets at StubHub.
What was UConn’s record last season?
The Huskies finished the 2018-2019 season with an overall record of 16-17 and 6-12 in the conference. The season included an 83-76 win over the then-ranked No. 15 team, Syracuse.
What are the top games for the 2019 to 2020 season?
During the out-of-conference portion of the season, UConn played against Florida on Nov. 17, 2019. Matchups were scheduled against Buffalo in the Charleston Classic on Nov. 21 and Indiana in the Jimmy V Classic on Dec. 10. UConn opens up the conference schedule at Cincinnati on Jan. 1, 2020, and then visits Big East opponent Villanova on Jan. 18. The team goes to Houston on Jan. 23 and Memphis on Feb. 1, then comes home to play Cincinnati on Feb. 9. The season schedule follows this with home games against Memphis on Feb. 16 and Houston on March 5. The American Athletic Conference Tournament begins a short time later.
How big is UConn’s arena?
The UConn Huskies split their time between the on-campus Harry A. Gampel Pavilion in Storrs and the XL Center in Hartford. The Gimpel Pavilion, which is named after a former UConn graduate and donor, has a seating capacity of 9,882. The XL Center has a seating capacity of more than 16,000 including loge boxes, club seating and executive suites.
What can I expect from a UConn basketball game?
The UConn basketball team has plenty of traditions and cheers for every home game. For example, when the team goes on a run, UConn fan Big Red will show up on the Jumbotron and lead the team in cheers. If you are attending a game at the XL Center, then there are many food and drink options at the arena.
Who are UConn’s biggest rivals?
UConn started a major rivalry with Syracuse University when both schools were part of the Big East Conference. Although the schools no longer play in the same conference, they do sometimes play each other in the out-of-conference portion of the schedule.Back to Top