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Men's and Women's Ivy Basketball Tournaments Tickets On Sale Thursday, Feb. 2

Men's and Women's Ivy Basketball Tournaments Tickets On Sale Thursday, Feb. 2

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Secure your seat in history tomorrow Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. Buy your tickets for the Inaugural Ivy League Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments, March 11-12 at the Palestra in Philadelphia. The top four men's and women's teams will play for the Ivy League's automatic bids to the NCAA tournaments where the League has won six games over the last seven years.

Starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2 tournament books can be purchased at IvyMadness.com/tickets or by calling The Palestra box office at 215-898-6151.

The tournament book includes tickets to all six games across the two-day event. Prices range from $60-$120.

Single-session tickets, if available, will go on sale at a later date. Individual game tickets will not be available.  

Qualifying teams will each receive a limited allotment of tickets for sale through their campus ticket office. Ivy students of qualifying teams should contact their ticket office for student ticket availability.

The Palestra will be open on Friday, March 10 to the general public for all eight team's shootaround. For those fans who cannot attend, there will be live coverage on the Ivy League Digital Network. For more information and the shootaround schedule, click here.

For more information about the first-ever Men's and Women's Tournaments, visit IvyMadness.com

Session 1 - Saturday, March 11

Time Team 1 Team 2 Watch
11 am #1 Women's Seed  #4 Women's Seed  ESPN3*
1:30 pm  #1 Men's Seed #4 Men's Seed ESPNU
4 pm #2 Men's Seed #3 Men's Seed ESPNU
6:30 pm #2 Women's Seed #3 Women's Seed ESPN3*
*-tape delayed broadcast on ESPNU

Session 2 - Sunday, March 12

Time Team 1  Team 2 Watch
12 pm Men's Semifinal 1 Winner   Men's Semifinal 2 Winner ESPN2
4 pm Women's Semifinal 1 Winner Women's Semifinal 2 Winner ESPNU
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