Ivy League Tournament update: Courtside seats for men’s games sold out

With seven weeks to go before the 2019 Ivy Tournament shootarounds on Fri., Mar. 15 at Yale’s John J. Lee Amphitheater, it’s time to check in on the most recent news surrounding Ivy Madness III.

  • On Tuesday, the Ivy League announced that Courtside seats for the three men’s games are sold out.
  • The league office also noted that there are a limited amount of Courtside tickets remaining for the women’s games.  Those interested in purchasing those tickets should call the Yale Ticket Office at (203) 432-1400.
  • 1,860 of the 2,800 available seats (66 percent) have been sold for the ,men’s semifinals on Saturday March 16th.  Of the remaining 940 seats, 110 are in the Midcourt Bleachers (Sections 107-109), 150 are in the Reserved North Side (Sections 201-205), 470 are in the Reserved South Side (Sections 206-210), 115 are in the West Balcony (Sections 301-304) and 95 are in the East Balcony (Sections 305-308).  There are also a limited number of Standing Room Only tickets, as well.
  • 1,815 of the 2,800 available seats (65 percent) have been sold for the men’s finals on Sunday March 17th.  Of the remaining 985 seats, 120 are in the Midcourt Bleachers (Sections 107-109), 150 are in the Reserved North Side (Sections 201-205), 490 are in the Reserved South Side (Sections 206-210), 110 are in the West Balcony (Sections 301-304) and 125 are in the East Balcony (Sections 305-308).  There are also a limited number of Standing Room Only tickets, as well.
  • According to the Ivy League office, tickets are being sold at a faster rate compared to this date in the two previous years.
  • Ticket Information is at this link.
  • Tickets can be purchased at the Ivy Madness site.
  • On Thursday night, former Penn Athletic Director (and All-Ivy guard) Steve Bilsky, who has long opposed the concept of an Ivy League Tournament, wrote a guest column at the Daily Pennsylvanian suggesting changes for Ivy Madness IV and beyond

 

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