Season tickets for 2019-20 Ashland University men's and women's basketball will be available starting on Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. for returning season-ticket holders.
On that day and time, 2018-19 season-ticket holders will receive an email to renew your package for 2019-20 online. Those receiving that email should follow the link provided to renew. Those who would like to renew for 2019-20 and do not receive an email by Oct. 8 can contact Chris Kohuth, Ashland Director of Game Operation/Facilities/Ticketing and Camps, at 419-289-5449 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for assistance.
Fans wanting to renew season-ticket packages in person or over the phone can do so beginning Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. by visiting or calling the Ashland University Campus Store (hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm; phone: 419-289-5336). Those wanting to request a change to a season-ticket package should contact Kohuth.
Eagle basketball season tickets will go live to the general public beginning Oct. 29 at 10 a.m.
Prices for 2019-20 Ashland basketball season tickets (includes men's and women's games) are as follows:
- Reserved: $204
- Adult general admission: $153
- Student/senior general admission: $68
Single-game tickets for AU men's and women's basketball for 2019-20 also will be available starting Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. Those prices are as follows:
- Reserved: $13
- Adult general admission: $10
- Student/senior general admission: $5
Over the last five seasons, Ashland's men have 106 wins, two NCAA Division II playoff appearances and a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title in 2015-16. Those 106 victories in five years represent the program's best stretch since 1966-67 to 1970-71 (119).
Spanning the last eight seasons, Ashland women's basketball has put together perhaps the best stretch in NCAA Division II – two national championships, two national runner-up finishes, seven D-II playoff appearances, six GLIAC Tournament championships, five GLIAC regular-season titles, a Division II basketball-record 73-game winning streak (Nov. 11, 2016-March 21, 2018), and an aggregate record of 246-27 (.901). Those 246 wins represent the most for any D-II women's hoops program in the last eight seasons.