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St. John’s Basketball Season Tickets on Sale Now

Team Huddle by: Stacy Podelski/1495 Sports

Season tickets for the upcoming 2018-19 men’s basketball campaign are on sale now through the St. John’s Ticket Office.

Season ticket packages include all Red Storm home games at both Carnesecca Arena and Madison Square Garden, including nine contests against BIG EAST Conference foes.

Season ticket holders receive a significant discount on a per-game basis and will have the opportunity to purchase tickets before the general public to premium and postseason games, including the 2019 BIG EAST Tournament. Additionally, season tickets holders will be included in an exclusive presale opportunity in April to purchase 2020 NCAA East Regional tickets at Madison Square Garden.

Color-coded seating charts for Carnesecca Arena and Madison Square Garden can be viewed by clicking on the links or by visiting RedStormTix.com.

Packages include:

Premium Package: $660
Storm Saver Corner Package: $540
Storm Saver Endzone Package: $465

St. John’s employees, young alumni (graduates from the classes of 2014-2018) and military members can receive a 25% discount off of the listed package price.

St. John’s will feature a mix of fresh faces and returning talent in 2018-19, welcoming back a trio of starters in Shamorie Ponds, Justin Simon and Marvin Clark II. Ponds, the leading scorer in the BIG EAST last season at 21.6 points per game, recently announced that he will be returning to school for his junior season after testing the NBA Draft waters. In addition to rising sophomore Bryan Trimble Jr., who played in 32 games a season ago, the Red Storm will also welcome back Sedee Keita and Mikey Dixon, who completed their transfer years in residency during 2017-18.

In addition to the returnees, the Johnnies’ talented cast of newcomers includes freshmen Greg Williams Jr., Josh Roberts and Marcellus Earlington, JUCO All-American LJ Figueroa, as well as Division I transfers David Caraher, Eli Wright and former consensus five-star prospect Mustapha Heron.

For more information on the St. John’s men’s basketball team as well as the rest of the athletics department fans are encouraged to click on the link seen here:


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