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    Basketball Season Ticket Deposits Now Being Accepted for 2014-15

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    April 29, 2014

    STORRS, Conn. – Fresh off of dual national championships for the second time in school history (2004, 2014), UConn Men’s & Women’s Basketball season ticket deposits are now being accepted for the 2014-15 season. Secure your seats to see the Huskies play in Storrs (Gampel Pavilion) and Hartford (XL Center) next season.
     
    Fans can visit UConnTickets.com today to reserve their season tickets to see the winningest school in NCAA tournament history.  A $20 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve each season ticket for each sport (regardless of venue).  The 2014-15 basketball schedules will be released at a later date.
     
    To place a deposit on Men’s and/or Women’s Basketball 2014-15 Season Tickets, CLICK HERE.
     
    For questions or personal service, please contact the UConn Ticket Office at 877-AT-UCONN.
    NOTE:  Patrons who held UConn basketball season tickets during the 2013-14 season are not obligated to make a deposit.  Ticket ordering notices will be sent to returning season ticket holders during the summer months.
     
    In capturing both the 2014 Men’s and Women’s Basketball NCAA National Championships, UConn became the all-time winningest school in NCAA tournament history with a combined all-time NCAA record of 155-46 (.771 winning percentage). 
     
    TOP TEN SCHOOLS IN NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY
    (COMBINED MEN’S & WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WINNING PERCENTAGE)
    1.     UConn (155-46, .771)
    2.
         Tennessee (136-46, .747)
    3.
         Duke (152-55, .734)
    4.
         North Carolina (153-64, .705)
    5.
         UCLA (113-49, .698)
    6.
         Stanford (95-42, .693)
    7.
         Kentucky (126-57, .689)
    8.
         Kansas (106-53, .667)
    9.
         Michigan State (76-41, .650)
    10.
       Florida (54-31, .635)
     
    In addition, UConn improved their unbeaten record in NCAA National Championship games to an unparalleled 13-0.  The UConn Women (9-0 in title games) defeated Notre Dame 79-58 while the UConn Men (4-0 in title games) defeated Kentucky 60-54.