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Tribe Athletics Offers Virginia 529 Ticket Package For Season Finale
Updated: Sunday 02/20/2013 (ET)
by TribeAthletics.com
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - William and Mary Athletics announces the Virginia 529 Ticket Package presented by the Virginia 529 College Saving Plan for the Tribe men's basketball regular season finale against rival James Madison on Saturday, March 2. Fans can purchase a ticket package that includes two mezzanine level tickets, two hot dogs, two bags of chips and two drinks for the low price of just $28. Tip-off between the Tribe and Dukes is slated for 6 p.m. at Kaplan Arena. The first 1,000 fans in attendance at the W&M-JMU game on March 2 will also received free cookies from Martins.

The match-up with James Madison will also mark Senior Night as the Green and Gold will honor its senior group of Brett Goodloe, Doug Howard II, Andrew Pavloff and Matt Rum as well as senior manager Ryan Brown prior to the contest. For more information about the Virginia 529 Ticket Package, call the Tribe Athletics Ticket Office at (757) 221-3340 or by visiting the ticket office page at TribeAthletics.com.

The Tribe is currently riding a three-game winning streak following its 75-63 home victory over Georgia State on Monday, Feb. 18. W&M continued its torrid shooting streak, connecting on 57.8 percent from the floor, including the second-best 3-point percentage in school history at 12-of-18 from long range.

The Tribe is back in action as it travels to George Mason on Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Va. The contest holds a 4 p.m. start time and will be televised on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic and New England as well as Comcast Sports Southeast and The Comcast Network Philadelphia. Tribe fans can catch the action over the Tribe Radio Network with Jay Colley, Bill McDonald and Charlie Woollum on the call. The Tide 92.3 FM in Williamsburg is the flagship station of the Tribe Radio Network and the broadcast can be heard over the Web at TribeAthletics.com.










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