2021-22 VMI Basketball Tickets on Sale Sept. 1 – Virginia Military Institute – VMI Athletics - Techy Hunters


Friday, August 27, 2021

2021-22 VMI Basketball Tickets on Sale Sept. 1 – Virginia Military Institute – VMI Athletics

LEXINGTON, Va. – Ticket packages for the 2021-22 Keydet Basketball season will go on sale September 1 on VMITickets.com. Both reserved and general admission packages for home games are available and start as low as $60. Packages can be secured by visiting VMITickets.com, calling 540-464-7266, or visiting the VMI Ticket Office in Cameron Hall Tuesday through Friday 12 pm to 4 pm. Package pricing is outlined below. Please contact Bridget Shanks, Assistant AD for Tickets & Marketing, at shanksbe@vmi.edu with any questions.

Reserved Packages
Adult – $135
Youth – $90

VMI Faculty/Staff – $67.50

General Admission Packages
Adult – $105
Youth – $60

VMI Faculty/Staff – $52.50

Check back to VMIKeydets.com for more information about single game ticket promotion and pricing!

The 2021-22 VMI Basketball schedule was released to the public Friday and can be found here. The Keydets are scheduled to play 31 regular season games and open the season on Tuesday, November 9 against Carlow in Lexington. Thirteen home

games are slated at Cameron Hall including a New Year’s Day clash against Furman in the SoCon opener.

The road schedule features a multi-team event in New Orleans over Thanksgiving week that will include VMI, Presbyterian College, Central Arkansas, and host University of New Orleans. The following week VMI travels to the West Coast to play the University of Portland on December 3 and Seattle University on December 5.

VMI will also take on ACC opponent Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, N.C. on Tuesday, December 14 in the first meeting since the 2013-14 campaign.

The Keydets are looking to build on the success of last season when they went 13-12 to post their first winning season since 2013-14. VMI went 11-1 at Cameron Hall and also advanced to the Southern Conference tournament semifinals for the first time since 2003. Head coach Dan Earl was named SoCon Coach of the Year.

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