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Yale Bulldogs Basketball Tickets
Team: Yale Bulldogs
League: NCAA Division I
Conference: Ivy League
Head Coach: James Jones
Stadium: Payne Whitney Gymnasium
Yale Bulldogs Basketball TicketsThe Yale Bulldogs basketball team began all the way back in 1896. The team won its opener season basketball game against Stony Brook during overtime for a final score of 74-69. Seven former Yale Bulldogs are playing professional sports. Trey Philips plays for the Windy City Bulls, Miye Oni plays for the Utah Jazz, and Greg Mangano is on the Japanese National Team. Presently, the Yale Bulldogs program is third in the Ivy League Conference with a percentage of wins at .500. With such excellent results, Head Coach James Jones has signed a contract extension until the 2025-2026 season. Paul Atkinson and Josh Bruner lead the Yale Bulldogs in scoring and rebounds. Get ready to scream and shout as you cheer on the Yale Bulldogs from prime court-side seats. Grab your Yale Bulldogs' basketball tickets at StubHub.
How big is the Payne Whitney Gymnasium?The Payne Whitney Gymnasium is one of the oldest sporting facilities in the USA. It has wooden seats that give you that old-school feel. It can seat 2,532 fans.
Who are the coaches for the Yale Bulldogs?James Jones is in his 21st season as the head coach of the Yale Bulldogs' basketball team. He is the Yale basketball coach with the most wins. He has led the Bulldogs to 310 career victories. The program holds the second-highest record in the history of the Ivy League with 169 league wins. Led by Jones, the basketball team has won four Ivy League championships in 2002, 2015, 2016 and 2019. The Yale Bulldogs has also reached two NCAA tournaments and has made five postseason appearances. James Jones' average winning percentage rate is .604. This is the highest in Yale’s history. Moreover, Jones guided the Yale Bulldogs to the team's first NCAA tournament win since 1962. During the 2014-2015 season, he was named Ivy League Coach of the Year. Matt Kingsley is associate head coach and Justin Simon and Tobe Carberry are the assistant coaches.
Do the Yale Bulldogs have any historical rivalries?Get ready for the game of the year on Feb. 7, 2020. The Yale Bulldogs will meet the Harvard Crimson at the John J. Lee Amphitheater. This ongoing rivalry between the two schools dates back to 1875. Yale and Columbia have the longest-running continuous rivalry in basketball history — 108 seasons in a row, starting with the 1901-1902 season. The next game between the Yale Bulldogs and the Columbia Lions is set for Feb. 22, 2020, at the Francis S. Levien Gymnasium.
What is the current Yale Bulldogs' schedule?Many exciting games are upcoming for the conference schedule. For the month of December 2019, the Yale Bulldogs will compete against Albany, Lehigh, Massachusetts, Clemson and North Carolina for away games. There will be one home game for Vermont on Dec. 1, 2019. The Yale Bulldogs basketball schedule includes several games at home for the month of January 2020. Several teams the Bulldogs will meet at the gymnasium are Johnson & Wales, Brown and Columbia. The Bulldogs will face Dartmouth on Feb. 8. On March 7, the Yale Bulldogs will compete against the Harvard Crimson for the second time in 2020.
How much do Yale Bulldogs' basketball tickets cost?Yale Bulldogs basketball games offer two types of seating arrangements, preferred and courtside seats. You can purchase preferred seating for a lower cost. Courtside seats are very affordable. Prices range higher per ticket. Check the current listings at StubHub.
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