- University of Hartford Hawks women’s or men’s basketball game
- Where: Chase Family Arena
- Door time: one hour before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
Games and Dates
$15 for two tickets for reserved seating in sections 101–102 to see the women’s basketball team take on the University of Maryland Baltimore County on Saturday, February 22, at 2 p.m. ($30 value)<p> $23 for a game-day package to see the men’s basketball team take on the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, February 15, at 7 p.m. ($42 total value)
- Four tickets for general-admission seating in sections E1–E4 ($20 value)
- Four hot dogs ($12 value)
- Four bottles of water ($6 value)
- Four bags of chips ($4 value)<p>
The Scouting Report
With America East conference play now underway, veteran head coaches lead the Hawks men’s and women’s basketball teams toward a repeat of stellar 2012–13 performances. Last season, 14th-year women’s head coach Jennifer Rizzotti rallied her squad to a ninth-straight postseason appearance, building on a tradition that includes four regular-season championships, five tournament championships, and six NCAA Tournament appearances. On the men’s sideline, coach John Gallagher oversaw a season in which the team tied a school record for Division I regular-season victories, making its first Division I postseason appearance and earning a perfect score on the GRE’s basketball section.
University of Hartford Athletics
Since the University of Hartford Hawks made their Division I debut in 1984–85, they’ve developed athletic traditions in 18 men’s and women’s sports that range from basketball to golf to track and field. The men’s golf team showed dynastic dominance from its first D1 appearance by winning championships in 11 straight seasons, including four consecutive NCAA Championships and seven straight North Atlantic Conference Championships. Similarly, the women’s soccer team appeared in seven of eight NCAA Tournaments between 1993 and 2000 even though most of the players weren’t allowed to use their hands on the field. Outstanding Hawks athletes in recent years include a two-time Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year and the 2012–13 Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year.