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Aggie Basketball Season Tickets on Sale

By Alyssa Fox on 10/31/2017

Goodwell, Okla.— As the new 2017-2018 Men's and Women's Basketball season is about to begin, the coaching staff and athletes have been hard at work producing and developing teams that will not only succeed season wins, but one that will also be enjoyable and entertaining for campus and community fans to watch. As Panhandle State's first year in the NAIA division gets underway, fans won't want to miss the action.

Men's Basketball kicks off their season on Friday, Nov. 3 with a home game matchup against Nebraska Christian College at 7p.m. in the Anchor D Arena at Oscar Williams Field House. The women's basketball regular home season begins Friday, Nov. 10 with a game against Langston; a men's game against Champion Christian College will follow.

Season tickets are available for purchase for $50 per person. Per date, the entry fees are as follows: Adults, $7; Children ages 11-17, $5; Seniors and Military ID holders, $5; and children ages 10 and under will be admitted for free. All home games are free to Panhandle State staff and students when ID is presented at the ticket window. Please contact Assistant Athletic Director Victor Esparza for ticket information by email at or by phone at 580-349-1324.

For basketball fans that cannot make the home games but still wish to keep up with all the Aggie action, free live streaming and stats will be available on our website at

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