NEW YORK – Season tickets for the 2017-18 Columbia men’s and women’s basketball season are on sale now! Season tickets for men’s basketball start as low as $110 with women’s basketball packages available for $50.
To purchase your season tickets, check out GoColumbiaLions.com/Tickets, call 888-LIONS-11 or visit the Athletics Ticket Office in the Dodge Fitness Center from Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Discounts available for Columbia faculty and staff.
Women’s basketball opens up their home schedule on Sunday, November 12 when the University of Richmond comes to Levien Gymnasium, while the men’s basketball team hosts their home opener against Quinnipiac on Monday, December 4. Both teams boast a 12-game home schedule.
Columbia Athletics is proud to announce the continued enhancement of game day experience and opportunities for groups to engage with the following programs. To learn more about the initiatives below, call 888-LIONS-11.
Here’s is your chance to meet and greet the Columbia basketball team prior to tip-off as you and your group line the entranceway and “high five” the Columbia Lions as they enter the court for warm-ups!
High Five Club
Don’t miss the opportunity for your child to be a part of the starting line-up introductions. Each participant will receive a t-shirt and a high five from a Columbia basketball student-athlete at the beginning of the game during the announcement of starting line-ups.
Court of Dreams
This unique opportunity allows basketball players between the ages of 5 - 12 of all skill levels to experience competing on the official hardwood during halftime of Columbia men’s and women’s basketball games.
Get your group together to perform on the Levien Gymnasium court. This program is ideal for cheerleaders, dance and pep squads, gymnasts or any other entertaining groups that wish to perform at center court of a Columbia Lions game.
Get autographs from your favorite Lions players and coaches when you meet them after the game!
Groups can participate in a post-game layup or free throw lines on the same hardwood the Columbia Lions call home.