The Wright State men’s basketball team are your 2022 Horizon League Champions and the Raiders are heading back to the NCAA Tournament!
Raider fans are invited to request tickets for the Big Dance ahead of Sunday’s selection show. Fans interested in requesting tickets can do so via this online request form. The form will list every possible location where the Raiders could compete throughout the tournament. To complete a request, fans will need to select any locations that they would like to purchase tickets for. Requests will be fulfilled based on Raider Athletic Fund membership level and season ticket holder status.
By completing this request, fans agree to be automatically charged for ONLY selected locations and rounds that the Raiders compete in. The $10 service fee will be applied to any tickets purchased, or will be refunded if no tickets are allocated.
The deadline to make a request is Monday, March 14th by 10 a.m. The allocation process will begin later that afternoon. Any remaining tickets after each allocation will be made available for the public to purchase.
How much are tickets?
Ticket prices vary by location and seating arrangements in each arena. There is no advance notice of pricing before fans would be charged for allocated tickets.
How do I receive my tickets?
All allocated tickets will be available for pickup at either the venue or another on-site pickup opportunity that will be announced prior to each round. Fans who are allocated tickets will be contacted with more detailed instructions.
How many tickets can I request?
Fans may request up to 10 tickets for each location. Requests are fulfilled based on Raider Athletic Fund membership level, season ticket holder status and are subject to availability.
Will I be charged for locations I select even if the Raiders don’t play there?
No, fans will only be charged for tickets that are allocated in locations and rounds that the Raiders compete in. The $10 service fee will be applied to any tickets purchased or will be refunded if no tickets are allocated.
COURTESY WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS