Tickets Available for Dec. 21 Birthday of Basketball Event at Mohegan Sun

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Tickets Available for Dec. 21 Birthday of Basketball Event at Mohegan Sun

Tickets are still available for Fairfield University Men’s Basketball fans to cheer on the Stags against Boston College on December 21 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in the Birthday of Basketball celebration hosted by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

The Stags will challenge Boston College at 6 p.m. in Uncasville, Connecticut followed by a matchup between Oklahoma – a 2016 Final Four team – and Auburn. Stags fans can purchase tickets in the Fairfield fan section of Mohegan Sun Arena for $40. Tickets include admission to both games as well as an invitation to an exclusive game day reception (details to follow).

To purchase tickets or for more information, please contact Helen Smaldone in the Fairfield Athletics Ticket Office at (203) 254-4136. Questions may also be directed to StagsTickets@fairfield.edu .

The Fairfield University men’s and women’s basketball teams will tip-off the 2016-17 season on Friday, November 11 with a doubleheader at Webster Bank Arena against crosstown foe Sacred Heart. The women’s team hosts the Pioneers at 5 p.m. followed by the men’s game at 7 p.m. Click here for more information about Friday’s season-opening doubleheader.

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