Student tickets available now for the NCAA Tournament Bus Trip
As the Golden Grizzlies prepare to face Texas in the NCAA Tournament this Friday, the Oakland University community has many opportunities to show their spirit and support.
OU students are invited to travel cross country to cheer on the team in Tulsa, Oklahoma with the NCAA Tournament Bus Trip. There are 110 student tickets available for the game, on sale now at the Center for Student Activities ticket window. The bus will leave at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 17, from the P11 parking lot and will return at approximately 1 p.m. on Saturday March 19.
Tickets are $35 each, and include bus transportation and a ticket to the OU vs. Texas and Arizona vs. Memphis games. All other costs are not included. Participants must be OU students with an OU Student ID. Tickets can be purchased by cash, check (made out to Oakland University), or credit card (MasterCard or Visa only).
This trip is sponsored by the Oakland University Student Congress. Additional trip information will be available at the CSA Ticket Window. For more information, contact the CSA Office at 248-370-2400.
For the on campus fans, there will be a Watch Party in the Oakland Center's Pioneer Food Court to watch the game on Friday. The game will be shown on CBS and will begin at 12:15 EDT at the BOK Center. The broadcast group for the game is Steve Kerr, Craig Sager and Marv Albert.
This is the third appearance for Oakland in the NCAA Tournament in the last seven years. The Golden Grizzlies are 1-2 all-time in NCAA Tournament games.
For the most up-to-date information on the Golden Grizzlies' post-season play, as well as championship merchandise information, visit the OU Athletics website at ougrizzlies.com.
OU students are invited to travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma with the NCAA Tournament Bus Trip or attend a Watch Party to cheer on the Golden Grizzlies.
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