FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas welcomed Mike Neighbors as the ninth women’s basketball coach in program history in April. Join Neighbors and his staff for their first season in Bud Walton Arena by purchasing your season and single game tickets now.

 The Razorback Ticket Center is taking orders online and by phone for new season tickets and fans have several options from which to select.


·         Reserved Seats — $75

·         General Admission Seats — $45

·         Reserved Seats with the purchase of Men’s Basketball Season Tickets — $65

·         General Admission Seats with the purchase of Men’s Basketball Season Tickets — $40

Each season ticket includes an official Razorback women’s basketball game day t-shirt.

 Single game ticket sales open on Tuesday as well. Tickets may be purchased online and fans can take advantage of an interactive map to see where the open seats are located.

 The Razorbacks have seven returners headlined by lone senior Devin Cosper on this year’s roster. Cosper, along with juniors Malica Monk, Keiryn Swenson and Bailey Zimmerman all saw time as starters and all logged significant minutes a year ago.

 Sophomore Jailyn Mason was at the point much of her first season and sophomores Kiara Williams and Sydney Stout return with SEC experience under their belts.

 Six newcomers are on campus and making Arkansas better each day. Freshmen Grayce Spangler, Macy Weaver and Taylah Thomas along with junior college starter Raven Northcross-Baker will all vie for playing time in their first season with the Razorbacks. Sophomore transfers A’Tyanna Gaulden and Chelsea Dungee will sit out this season due to NCAA transfer rules.

 The Razorbacks recently released its Southeastern Conference schedule and welcomes women’s basketball powerhouses Kentucky and Tennessee to Bud Walton this season. Arkansas also hosts rivals Missouri, LSU and Texas A&M in the toughest league for women’s hoops.

 The non-conference schedule features home contests with regional rivals Tulsa and UT-Arlington and the always-popular Elementary Day game on Nov. 10 against Sam Houston State at 10:30 a.m.

 To order tickets, log on to ArkansasRazorbacks.com or call the Razorback Ticket Center at 800-982-HOGS (4647) or 479-575-5151.  Fans can email the Razorback Ticket Center at raztk@uark.edu.

 For more information about Arkansas women’s basketball, follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @RazorbackWBB and on Facebook at Facebook.com/RazorbackWBB. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel, “Kickin’ It In The Neighborhood” for an inside look at the Razorback women’s basketball program and check out The Neighborhood podcasts at CoachNeighbors.com.


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