Tulane Men’s Basketball Game at Memphis moved to Dec. 30
NEW ORLEANS – The Tulane men’s basketball team’s 2019-20 American Athletic Conference opener has been moved to Monday, December 30 at 8 p.m. at FedExForum in Memphis. The game will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network.
Originally scheduled for a noon tipoff on New Year’s Eve, the date was changed by the conference office to avoid a conflict with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, which will be played on New Year’s Eve.
Tulane begins its first season under head coach Ron Hunter in an exhibition game on Oct. 31 against Spring Hill College. The regular season tips Nov. 6 at home against Southeastern Louisiana at 7 p.m.
Fans can get their hands on season tickets starting at just $75 – a $50 reduction from last year. That means fans can lock up a seat for every home contest for as little as $5 each. Visit TulaneTix.com or call the ticket office at 504-861-9283 to reserve your seats.
All sections are available for purchase so you can customize your viewing experience from your favorite seating location. Discounts are also available for Tulane faculty and staff.
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