The Harvard men's basketball team will play in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament Nov. 24-26 (Mitchell Layton).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Fan travel and ticket packages are now available for sale to watch the Harvard men’s basketball team compete in the Bahamas at the new Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament in November 2011.
Harvard fans have the opportunity to purchase one of two
packages available for the tournament, which will be held Nov.
24-26 inside a lavish ballroom at the Atlantis Hotel.
Please note: Costs for each package are dependent on accommodations and duration of stay.
- Includes hotel and a ticket to the first session Harvard plays in. Room rates will vary with the accommodation chosen for your stay. To complete your Booster package, be sure to purchase tickets to the next two sessions that Harvard plays in.
- By purchasing the complete Booster package, you will automatically be added to a preferred wait list for tickets to the final session, just in case Harvard is not in the final session (based on availability)
- Includes admission to all 12 games, personalized credentials, separate entrance lines for all games and the same assigned seats for all games.
Click here to reserve your package or call 1-800-Atlantis today!
Use promotion code: B4AHU
Be sure to identify that you are a Harvard fan and use the promo code above to receive these special packages.
Tickets to the Harvard games will be placed in the general admission section across from the team benches. For the second game in your team’s session, tickets will be in the non-team specific general admission section. Please note: When purchasing tickets, identify if you wish to purchase lower or upper level tickets.
The Crimson will be joined in the new early-season holiday tournament by Connecticut, the defending national champion, Florida State, Utah, Massachusetts, Central Florida, College of Charleston and UNC Asheville. Each team will play three games in the tournament, with a full schedule to be released later in the year. Games will be played on a temporary court inside an ornate ballroom that can hold up to 5,000 spectators and was the site of the 2009 Miss Universe Pageant.
Under head coach Tommy Amaker, Harvard went 23-7 overall and posted a 12-2 Ivy League record last season, earning a berth in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) for the first time in program history. Harvard won a share of its first Ivy League title and set new team records for wins in a season (23), conference victories (12) and home wins (14), as the Crimson posted a perfect 14-0 mark at Lavietes Pavilion.