MEN’S BASKETBALL: Season Tickets On Sale

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bracket Set For Wooden Legacy

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Bulldogs to Face Kansas State in Big 12/SEC Challenge

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Yante Maten Returning for Senior Season at UGA

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Isaac Kante Signs With Georgia

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKEBALL: Georgia Hosts Belmont in Round 1 of NIT

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

SEC Tournament Hoops Report: Georgia vs. Kentucky

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MBB: Yante Maten Named To SEC Community Service Team

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MBB: Auburn’s Bruce Pearl Post-Game Press Conference 03-01-2017

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MBB: Derek Ogbeide Post-Auburn Game Interview

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MBB: J.J. Frazier Post-Auburn Game Interview

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MBB: Tyree Crump Post-Auburn Game Interview

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

Hoops Report: Georgia vs. Auburn

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Georgia Hosts Auburn in Final Home Game of Season

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.
 
 
 
 

BASKETBALL: Mark Fox Post-LSU Game Press Conference

Yante Maten
Yante Maten

 
 
Season tickets for the Georgia men’s basketball 2017-18 season are now on sale. The Bulldogs are slated to host 15 home games at the newly renovated Stegeman Coliseum during the upcoming campaign.
 
 
Season tickets are $225 for the public and $112.50 for UGA faculty/staff.
 
 
The Bulldogs will open play at Stegeman on Friday, November 10 when they host Bryant. The non-conference slate also includes games with Georgia Tech, Temple, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USC Upstate, and Winthrop.
 
 
While dates are yet to be finalized, Georgia’s home and road opponents for SEC play have been determined. The Bulldogs will face Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M at Stegeman Coliseum.
 
 
The Bulldogs return three starters – including two-time consensus All-SEC forward Yante Maten – and nine of their top-10 scorers from last season’s team that finished 19-15 and reached postseason play for the fifth time in head coach Mark Fox’s eight seasons in Athens. Georgia is in the midst of its most consistent success in SEC play ever. The Bulldogs have won a combined 51 league games over the past five seasons, the winningest five-year span in league play in school history.
 
 
BEF contributors may order season and SEC Tournament tickets: CLICK HERE.
 
 
Season tickets my be ordered by non-BEF contributors here: CLICK HERE..
 
 
Also, BEF donors and season ticket holders will receive an exclusive pre-sale for all single game tickets from September 5-30. Single game tickets will only be available for BEF donors and season ticket holders during this time and will be available both online or by calling the UGA ticket office at 877-542-1231.
 

Stegeman Coliseum Renovation Information

 
Stegeman Coliseum is undergoing major renovations this summer. Work is ongoing in Phase II of an approximately $8-million project to the Coliseum’s interior. Prior to last season, Phase I included the addition of an HD scoreboard and a dramatic mural covering the distinctive end wall of the arena’s east end. This summer, renovations include a massive center-hung scoreboard, new seats, significantly upgraded sound and lighting systems and additional LED signage.
 
 
The current projects follow a $13-million renovation in 2010 that transformed Stegeman’s concourses, upgrading the graphics, enhancing spectator access to concessions and restrooms and adding 5,000-square feet of concourse space on each side of the arena. Those efforts won awards from both the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
 

Basketball Enhancement Fund Information

 
BEF contributions are utilized for determining renewable season tickets and various other benefits available to Georgia Basketball supporters. The BEF has established records for both amount contributed and number of contributors in each of the past two years. The Georgia Bulldog Club is hoping for another record-setting effort and is challenging donors to contribute 110 percent of their previous donation.
 
 
The minimum donation to purchase renewable season tickets is $150 per seat. A gift of $150 also will be recognized with a car decal and an invitation to a designated preseason practice of the Bulldogs. Varying levels of BEF donations are used to determine ability to purchase premium courtside seating, as well as tickets to the SEC and NCAA Tournaments. Additional potential benefits associated with contribution levels include reserved parking at Stegeman Coliseum, invitations to the team’s preseason and postseason banquets and pre- and in-game hospitality.