Oct. 22, 2010
PULLMAN, Wash. - Single-game tickets for the Washington State University men's and women's basketball 2010-11 home and off-site `home' games will go on sale to season ticket holders beginning Monday, Oct. 25 and to the public beginning Saturday, Oct. 30. Tickets for the men's Cougar Hardwood Classic in Seattle Nov. 23 are already on sale at www.wsucougars.com.
Season ticket holders can call 1-800-GO-COUGS or login to their season ticket account online at wsucougars.com to purchase tickets Monday beginning at 9 a.m., five days before they go on sale to the public. The public can begin purchasing tickets Saturday at 10 a.m. online only at www.wsucougars.com. Beginning Monday, Nov. 1 at 9 a.m., single game tickets can be purchased at the WSU Athletics Ticket Office in Pullman or by calling 1-800-GO-COUGS.
This season's men's schedule features 13 games at Pullman's Friel Court, along with `home' games in Spokane and Seattle. The Cougars will host five nonconference games in Pullman, beginning with the season opener, Saturday, Nov. 13 against Southern (Louisiana). WSU will host its next two games as well, facing off against border-rival Idaho (Nov. 16) and Portland at Seattle's KeyArena (Nov. 23).
After Thanksgiving in Fresno, Calif. where they take on Fresno State (Nov. 26), the Cougars return to Pullman to finish off their nonconference home schedule. The three-game homestand begins with Sacramento State (Nov. 30), before the Cougars welcome 2010 NCAA `Elite Eight' participant, Kansas State, to Pullman for the Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series (Dec. 3). The game will be played in conjunction with Apple Cup weekend, as the WSU football squad will take on Washington the following day, Dec. 4, at Martin Stadium. The Cougs host their final nonconference game in Pullman Dec. 8, and the last game at Beasley until Jan. 6, as Washington State hosts Gonzaga, which advanced to the second round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament, Wednesday evening.
Washington State hosts Texas Pan-American (Dec. 10) for its final game in the state of Washington in 2010, before leaving for six-straight road games.
After opening Pacific-10 Conference action on the road at Los Angeles, the Cougars make their 2011 Pac-10 debut against Oregon State (Jan. 6) and Oregon (Jan. 8). The Cougars end the month of January with three-straight home games, hosting Arizona State (Jan. 20), Arizona (Jan. 22) and Washington (Jan. 30). WSU faces Stanford and California in its only two home games of February, Feb. 10 and 12, respectively.
The Cougars end the Pac-10 season hosting USC (March 3) and UCLA (March 5) prior to the Pac-10 Tournament. Season tickets are currently on sale.