Tickets Now on Sale for Downtown Classic, Presented by Memorial Health

By Jared Verner published December 21, 2012

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Tickets for the Inaugural Downtown Classic, Presented by Memorial Health, a part of University of Colorado Health, are now on sale through the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Fans can purchase tickets for the game in advance through GoMountainLions.com.

Ticket prices will be the same as a home UCCS basketball game. Adults can purchase tickets for $10, while tickets are $5 for non-UCCS student with ID, military members, seniors age 55 and older and children ages seven through 17. UCCS faculty, staff, students and alumni can reserve their comlimentary tickets by following the second link above.

The Downtown Classic will feature the UCCS and Colorado State-Pueblo basketball teams in a doubleheader, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the historic Colorado Springs City Auditorium. The event will be raising funds to support renovation efforts at the venue located on the corner of Kiowa and Weber.

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