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2018-19 WBB Season Ticket Renewal Under Way

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May 14, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; May 14, 2018 -- Coming off of the program's seventh national postseason berth in the last nine years, season ticket renewals for the 2018-19 Penn State women's basketball season are now under way.

Fans will have until Friday, June 15 to renew their season tickets for the upcoming season and renewals can be processed through the Penn State Athletics Account Manager, linked here. Deposits for new season tickets are also being accepted at this time by calling 1-800-NITTANY.

Fans that renew season tickets or purchase new season tickets by July 1, 2018 will be invited to the annual Cookout with Coquese, which will take place in August.

The Lady Lions non-conference schedule will be announced in the coming weeks, while the home Big Ten schedule will feature Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers and Wisconsin. The full conference slate will be announced in late summer/early fall.

Season Ticket Packages
The 2018-19 season features three price points for season ticket packages; courtside, sideline and baseline, while the Recent Graduate program returns for the fourth-straight season.

Available season tickets range in price from $260 (courtside) to $120 (sideline) and $95 (baseline). The Recent Graduate program features two options, an $84 sideline package and $65 baseline option.

Included with the purchase of season tickets is complimentary parking ($80 value), a resale/return ticket return program and exclusive single-game ticket presales for both men's and women's basketball tickets.

Much like last season, for each season ticket purchased, fans will have the option of choosing additional season ticket holder benefits. Those benefits will be distributed to season ticket holders in August.


 

 

New Season Tickets
Those wishing to purchase new season tickets for the 2018-19 Lady Lion Basketball season may now place a $95 deposit to guarantee the best seating available. New ticket orders placed by June 15 will be able to choose their seats using the Virtual VenueTM. The seat selection process for women's basketball season ticket holders is slated for July.

Virtual Venue
Should season ticket holders be interested in changing their seat location, they can select their new location through the Bryce Jordan Center Virtual VenueTM. This simulated BJC experience provides real-time display of available seating; including details regarding price, nearby amenities and conveniences from a virtual seat view. Click here to view the Bryce Jordan Center Virtual VenueTM.

Season ticket holders have until June 15 to opt-in to the seat selection process.

Experienced Group Returns in 2018-19
The 2018-19 edition of the Penn State women's basketball program will feature a veteran laden squad that will add three rookies that will look to contribute early. Head coach Coquese Washington enters her 12th season at the helm of the program, with postseason basketball being playing in seven of those seasons.

Rising senior Teniya Page (Chicago, Ill.) looks to become the sixth Lady Lion to reach the 2,000-career point mark. Through three seasons, Page has scored 1,589 points and handed out 318 career assists to rank among the top-15 in school history in each category. Rising junior Amari Carter (Washington, D.C.) will look to build off of a career year that saw her start all 32 games and featured 453 points to go along with 116 assists.

Penn State returns 92 percent of its offensive production from a season ago, including the top four scorers in Carter, Page, and rising juniors Jaida Travascio-Green (Lisle, Ill.) and Siyeh Frazier (Detroit, Mich.). Newcomers Lauren Ebo (Washington, D.C.), Karisma Ortiz (San Jose, Calif.) and Bexley Wallace (Pickerington, Ohio) will all look to make an impact during their first seasons on campus.

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