Matthew Mitchell to Host Pizza Party for BBN Saturday for UK-IU

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LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky women’s basketball head coach Matthew Mitchell will provide free pizza to Wildcat fans in attendance at Kentucky’s NCAA Tournament first-round game vs. UNC Asheville at Memorial Coliseum on Saturday. The pizza will be provided after Kentucky’s 4 p.m. ET tip vs. UNCA for fans that wish to stay around and watch the Kentucky men’s basketball team play Indiana in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on the video board.

Fans must have a ticket for Saturday’s session and stay after to watch the men’s game on the video board to receive the free pizza. No fans will be allowed into Memorial Coliseum before or after the women’s basketball game vs. UNCA without a ticket and fans may not leave Memorial Coliseum and re-enter between or after games on Saturday.

Tickets may be purchased online at, in person at the Joe Craft Center Ticket Office or by calling the UK Ticket Office at 800-928-2287.

Single-session reserved tickets are $22 for adults (ages 19-64), $15 for youth (ages 0-18) and for seniors (ages 65+). Single-session group rate is $10 for groups of 10 or more people (bleacher side seating only). Contact the UK Ticket Office if interested in group seating. Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the facility.

All-session ticket prices are $36 for adults (ages 19-64) and $24 for youth (0-18) and seniors (65+). All-session tickets are valid for two games on Saturday and one game on Monday. Fans are encouraged to purchase all-session tickets to secure the best possible seats.

All seating at Memorial Coliseum is reserved. Chairback seats are located on the west side (Sections A-J and AA-JJ). Bleacher seats are located on the east side (Sections R-Z and RR-ZZ). All seats in sections C-G rows 3-6 are chairbacks.

The UK Ticket Office and general public will call will open at 11:30 a.m. ET on Saturday, while player guest entrance will open at 12:30 p.m. ET on Saturday and is located at the Rose Street entrance of Memorial Coliseum.

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