The MSU Mustangs won If you don't have tickets to this weekend's NCAA Division II tournament, you are not of luck just yet. the Lone Star Conference tournament last weekend preserving their number one regional ranking and right to host the South Central Regional this weekend.
MSU's opening game is Saturday at 6 p.m. versus St. Mary's.
MSU officials say tickets for reserved seats are sold out and there are a few general admission tickets for the entire tournament left.
So, you still have a chance to catch all the action inside D.L. Ligon Coliseum.
"We will sell individual game tickets. We hold 150 tickets for each school a their time of participation... at the game that they play in, so there will be 300 seats that we will hold for each participating school," says MSU Athletic Director Charlie Carr.
The few remaining general admission tickets for the tournament can be purchased online by clicking here.
However, if you only want to see the Mustangs play a limited number of single session passes will go on sale at the MSU Box Office Saturday at 8 a.m.
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