UCF Men's Basketball Season Tickets Now on Sale

July 13, 2010

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By Doug Richards

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - With the arrival of new head coach Donnie Jones, the 2010-11 UCF men's basketball campaign is already one of the most anticipated in school history. With season tickets starting at just $96, don't miss your chance to be a part of a new era of Knights' basketball at the UCF Arena.

New season ticket orders are currently being accepted by the UCF ticket sales office at (407) UCF-1000 or by visiting UCFAthletics.com. Renewal invoices will be mailed in the coming weeks to current ticket holders. Payment plans are available for both new sales and renewals, allowing payments to be spread over equal installments through October.

Fans looking to learn more about the UCF Arena's numerous premium seating options, including club seats, courtside tables and suites, should contact the UCF ticket sales office.

With each season ticket order, fans will receive a free 2010-11 Knightmare t-shirt.

Recognized as one of the nation's premier recruiters, Jones was named UCF's head coach in late March after three successful seasons at Marshall. The Knights return some of the top players in Conference USA, including junior guard A.J. Rompza (Chicago, Ill.), sophomore forward Keith Clanton (Orlando, Fla.) and sophomore guard Marcus Jordan (Chicago, Ill.). Clanton and Jordan both were C-USA All-Freshman Team selections a year ago.

Jones has welcomed an impressive recruiting class to Orlando, highlighted by the arrivals of junior-college transfer forward Dwight McCombs (Chicago, Ill.) and freshman guard/forward Isaiah Sykes (Detroit, Mich.).

UCF's non-conference schedule should be released in August. C-USA typically announces the conference schedule in early September. Single-game tickets are slated to go on sale in the fall.