Saturday’s Baylor Game Information


By Katie Kane for WVUsports.com
February 27, 2013 05:00 PM
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia University women’s basketball team will tip off with defending national champion Baylor at 7 p.m., on Saturday at the WVU Coliseum.

Saturday’s game is a Family Day. A Family Day package includes four general admission tickets, four hot dogs, four cokes and a popcorn for just $25. Family Day packages must be purchased before 5 p.m. Friday and will not be available on game day. To order, visit WVUGAME.com or call 1-800-WVU GAME. In addition, fans can purchase general admission tickets priced at $5 each online until 1 p.m. Saturday on WVUGAME.com.

Fans who have purchased Family Day packages can redeem their coupon at the tables located near the Green and Gold Gates for their concession items. All items must be picked up at one time.

The gates open for Saturday’s game at 6 p.m. All four gates will be open for admittance. Fans who have already purchased tickets are encouraged to enter the Coliseum at the Gold and Green Gates. WVU students will be admitted at the Gold Gate free with a student ID. The Red Gate remains the location for will call. General admission tickets will be sold at the Blue Gate ticket windows on game day.

Parking is free and open to the public for women’s basketball games at the WVU Coliseum lots. There will be a parking shuttle from the Green Lot (on Van Voorhis Rd.) to the Coliseum starting at 5:00 p.m. and will run until 7:30 p.m. It will run again at the conclusion of the game for one hour. The round trip cost per ticket is $4.

Saturday’s game is senior night and the Mountaineers will honor lone senior Ayana Dunning in her final game as a Mountaineer on the Coliseum court. It’s also a Gold Rush presented by Coke Zero. Coke Zero will distribute 2,500 gold pom-poms at the game.

The game will air tape delayed on ROOT Sports Pittsburgh at 10 p.m. Broadcasted by FOX Sports Net, the game will air live on seven regional sports networks, including Arizona (Plus), Detroit (Plus), Midwest, North (Plus), Ohio, Southwest and Wisconsin (Plus). It will also broadcast live on Sportsouth and ROOT Sports (Rocky Mountain Region).

Other tape delay viewings are scheduled at various times on Sunday, beginning at 12:30 a.m. on FOX College Sports Central.

In addition, fans can listen to the game live locally as it will be broadcast live on WAJR with Travis Jones on the call. In Beckley, fans can listen on 620 WWNR-AM or 101.1 WWNR-FM, in Bluefield it will air on 1240 WKEZ-AM and in Buckhannon it will air on 1460 WBUC-AM. In the Charleston area fans can listen live on 1490 WSWW-AM, and on 103.3 WAJR-FM in Clarksburg. Elkins will air the game on 1240 WDNE-AM, Keyser will air it on 1390 WKLP-AM and Summersville on 95.7 WSWW-FM.



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