Women’s Basketball Promotions Announcement – West Virginia University Athletics


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The University of West Virginia 2021-22 Women’s Basketball Calendar promotional schedule was announced Tuesday by WVU’s Athletics Marketing Department.

The program includes six Family Night weekend games, which include Kids Zone inflatables and interactive games set inside the Gold Gate lobby. The ticket package for each Family Night contest includes four tickets and a $ 15 coupon for $ 25.

Plus, all weekday games will include a Happy Hour, with half-price drinks from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET.

WVU officially opens the season on Tuesday, November 16, when the team host Saint Francis (Pa.) For the 2021-22 home opener. This is the Mountaineers’ Lace Up 4 pediatric cancer game, with a golden shaker gift. The contest against the Red Flash is also the first chance for fans to claim the 2021-22 squad calendar poster.

The Friday November 19 game against Kennesaw State is “Mountaineers Mean Business” day, with a special ticket promotion for local businesses, who can purchase four tickets and a $ 10 coupon for $ 20.

WVU will host a Fansgiving canned food drive on Sunday, November 21 against Radford, as the team encourages all fans to bring canned food to the game to support local food banks. The contest is also the first of two camp reunion nights, with all 2021 Summer Camp attendees receiving free entry to the game. The game against the Highlanders is also Family Day, and an autograph session. the team will take place after the match.

West Virginia will celebrate “Christmas at the Colosseum” on Tuesday, Dec. 7 against Charlotte. The first 500 fans present will receive a “Holiday Sweater” jersey towel. In addition, the contest costs $ 1 admission for all fans.

Come celebrate the New Year with the Mountaineers on Wednesday, December 29, when the team welcomes Maryland-Eastern Shore at 7 p.m. The first 500 fans will receive a 2022 Pearl Necklace, and fans who pre-purchase their tickets online can choose a free general admission ticket at the marketing table to use in an upcoming game.

WVU opens its Big 12 Conference roster at home on Saturday, Jan. 8 against Kansas State for its second camp reunion night of the season. The game is also WVU’s second family home evening of the season. In addition, the first 500 fans will receive a WVU Women’s College Basketball Pennant, and there will be a “Teddy Bear Toss” post-game benefiting WVU Medicine Children’s.

The Wednesday Jan. 12 contest against Texas Tech is an evening of faculty, staff, and student appreciation, with all WVU faculty, staff, and students receiving free entry to the contest with valid ID. Fans in attendance will receive an embroidered WVU Women’s Basketball Keychain. The contest was also rated as a $ 1 entry.

A week later, the Mountaineers will celebrate “Hoops & Heroes” night against Oklahoma on Wednesday, Jan.19, with a special package for the military, first responders and healthcare workers. The contest is also a “Bring a Friend” night for current holders of a women’s basketball season pass.

WVU is hosting their annual “I Belong” game to celebrate diversity and inclusion on Saturday January 29th against Baylor. Additionally, the Mountaineers will celebrate National Girls and Women in Sport Day against the Lady Bears by hosting a pre-game clinic. After the match, the team will be signing post-match autographs for fans on the pitch.

On Wednesday, February 9, come celebrate National Pizza Day with the Mountaineers vs. Kansas at 7 p.m.

The following week, West Virginia will host TCU on Wednesday, February 16 for a basketball quiz night. In addition, the competition also costs $ 1 for admission.

WVU’s pink “Play 4 Kay” game, courtesy of WVU Medicine, is scheduled for Sunday, February 20 against Texas. Mountaineers will wear special pink uniforms and gear to support women who have battled all types of cancer. The game is Family Day too, and post-game WVU will host “Chuck-A-Duck,” all proceeds of which will go to the WVU Cancer Institute.

On Sunday, February 27, West Virginia will host “Be Like Mike” Day against Oklahoma State, when all fans are encouraged to dress like the WVU coach. Mike Carey to receive a voucher for a hot dog and a Coke.

The contest against the Cowgirls was also rated as WVU’s Gold Rush game. All fans will receive a free rally towel and are encouraged to wear gold for the match.

For the regular season final against Iowa State on Saturday, March 5, the Mountaineers will host the senior night and honor their 2021-22 senior class. In addition to the pre-game festivities, fans can pick up a special Senior Night poster during the contest.

Fans can purchase tickets by visiting WVUGAME.com, calling 1-800-WVU GAME, or visiting the Mountaineer box office located at the Golden Gate of the WVU Coliseum. The box office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, and 90 minutes before the start on game days.

Single game tickets cost $ 7 each for reserved seats, $ 5 each for General Admission (GA), and $ 3 each for groups of 10 or more when purchased in advance at WVUGAME.com . At the WVU Coliseum counter, tickets will be $ 9 for all reserved seats, $ 7 for adult GA, $ 5 for youth and senior GAs and $ 3 for group GAs. Discounted online prizes will be available until the start of the game.


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