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Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

September 25, 2009 at 9:15 AM

Season ticket update and morning links

A little less than six weeks until the Nov. 4 season-opener and Washington reports season ticket renewals are at 93 percent compared to last season’s total.
So far, UW has sold 4,820 season tickets. Last season, the school sold 5,166 tix. In case you’re wondering, capacity at Hec Ed is 10,000 and the team had eight sellouts last season.
It looks like this season’s sales will surpass the previous total, but they’re unlikely to top the all-time mark of 6,800 set during the 2006-07 season.
Several factors led to the big number in ’06-07.
— The Huskies were coming off of back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances.
— UW nabbed star local high school recruit Spencer Hawes.
— It was Year Two of Jon Brockman’s legendary career.
— And the economy was a lot better.
Also, Dawg Pack season ticket renewals (for students) began Tuesday. Five-game plan tickets go on sale Monday. And single-game tickets for non-conference games go on sale Oct. 5; Pac-10 games Dec. 14.
For more information call 206-543-2200 or click here.
And here’s a couple of notes.
— Add SG Jabari Brown to the list of recruits the Huskies are pursuing for the 2011 class. On its paysite, Scout.com caught up with 6-3, 185-pound junior at Findley College Prep (NV) at the Las Vegas Fall Showcase and he said UW is interested in him. He said he’s received offers from Wake Forest, California and Arizona. He also mentioned interest from Arizona State, Oregon State, Notre Dame, Maryland, Oregon, Clemson and UNLV.
— Former UW star Nate Robinson announced on his Twitter page that he re-signed with the New York Knicks.

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