Limited Number of Men’s Hoops Season Tickets on Sale Thursday

Sept. 20, 2017

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Purchase Season Tickets

A limited amount of San Diego State men’s basketball season tickets will go on sale Thursday, Sept. 21, morning at 9 a.m. PT. Fans may purchase season tickets at GoAztecs.com, by calling (619) 283-7378, or by visiting the Aztec Ticket Office at SDCCU Stadium Window E.

Season tickets for the 2017-18 campaign are located in the bench seating areas of Viejas Arena and start at $210, which includes a $75 Aztec Club donation. A max of six season tickets is permitted and the promocode “sdsu” is required when ordering at GoAztecs.com.

By purchasing season tickets, fans will accumulate priority points with the Aztec Club. These points are used to determine seating location, new seat request, additional seat requests, seat relocation requests and post-season ticket availability.

This season, the Aztecs are scheduled to play 16 home games, including highly anticipated non-conference games vs. 2017 national finalist Gonzaga and the Pac-12’s California, and nine home games vs. Mountain West schools.

The Aztecs have advanced to the NCAA tournament in six of the last eight years and only 13 teams have gone more times during that span. SDSU has also won at least 19 games in 12 straight seasons, which is tied for the 10th-longest active streak in Division I.

San Diego State is set to return three starters, including an all-conference backcourt of Trey Kell and Jeremy Hemsley, and five players overall (Montaque Gill-Caesar, Hemsley, Max Hoetzel, Kell, Malik Pope) who saw action in the starting lineup a year ago. The Aztecs also add Devin Watson to the roster after he sat out last season following his transfer from San Francisco where he averaged 20.3 points and 4.9 assists as a sophomore in 2015-16, and Kameron Rooks, who is a graduate transfer from California. In addition to Watson and Rooks, SDSU will welcome four-star athletes Jalen McDaniels (redshirt freshman) and Jordan Schakel (true freshman), and three-star players Matt Mitchell (true freshman) and Adam Seiko (true freshman).

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