Vols, Lady Vols Basketball Season Tickets Now On Sale

Vols, Lady Vols Basketball Season Tickets Now On Sale

Tennessee’s men and women combined to win 94 percent of their home games last season

Season-tickets for 2022-23 Tennessee Vols and Lady Vols basketball are now on sale. Fans eager to immerse themselves in the action for this coming season can purchase tickets HERE.

Last season, Tennessee ranked fifth and eighth nationally in men’s and women’s average home attendance, respectively, while combining to go 32-2 at home (.941).

Ticket options for Tennessee men’s home games—which for the first time at Thompson-Boling Arena will feature UT student seating behind both baskets—are available starting at $250 for the Family Plan. Season-ticket inventory is available in the arena’s upper level. For lower-level options, fans are encouraged to call the Tennessee Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-332-VOLS or fill out an online interest form.

Coming off the program’s first SEC Tournament championship in 43 years and fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance, the Tennessee men are primed for another breakout campaign in what will be head coach Rick Barnes‘ eighth season at the helm of the program.

Returning upperclassmen Santiago Vescovi—a 2022 first-team All-SEC performer—Josiah-Jordan JamesOlivier Nkamhoua and Uros Plavsic lead a group of seven returners from last season’s squad that also includes SEC All-Defensive Team selection Zakai Zeigler and rising sophomores Jonas Aidoo and Jahmai Mashack.

Tennessee’s returning contributors are complemented by four scholarship newcomers—transfer guard Tyreke Key along with highly-rated high school prospects B.J. EdwardsD.J. Jefferson and McDonald’s All-American Julian Phillips.

Season-ticket availability for Lady Vols home games includes certain lower-level sections starting at $100 as well as lower-level side court options at $350.

The Lady Vols return 10 players, including four starters, from a squad that started 18-1 and finished 25-9 overall and 11-5 in the SEC (3rd) while advancing to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen despite season-ending injuries to three key contributors.

Leading the way for fourth-year head coach Kellie Harper are All-SEC/All-America Honorable Mention guard Jordan Horston and All-SEC/All-Defensive Team center Tamari Key. Additional regular contributors include returning starters in point guard Jordan Walker and wing Tess Darby, as well as two others with starting experience in 2022 SEC All-Freshman wing Sara Puckett and 2021 SEC All-Freshman forward Marta Suárez.

The Lady Vols also bring aboard four gifted transfers and a five-star freshman, including starters and previous all-league performers in forward Rickea Jackson, power forward Jasmine Franklin and point guard Jasmine Powell, as well as a pair of McDonald’s All-Americans in sophomore transfer forward Jillian Hollingshead and true freshman wing Justine Pissott.

Full schedules for the Vols and Lady Vols will be available later this summer.

-UT Athletics

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