Women's Basketball to Host First Annual Take a Kid to the Game Day
File Photo Courtesy of Mark Campbell
NEWARK, Del. – Looking to improve to 4-0 when it hosts the Saint Francis (Pa.) University Red Flash Tuesday night at the Bob Carpenter Center, the women’s basketball team will be holding the first-annual Take a Kid to the Game program. Any child in eighth grade or younger, accompanied by an adult with a paid ticket, will be admitted to the game, which tips off at 7 p.m. free of charge.
Tickets will be available on game day by visiting the Bob Carpenter Center Ticket Office. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 6pm. Offer only applies to single-game ticket purchases.
The Blue Hens will host one of more than 700 games to be played across the nation as part of the Take A Kid to the Game program, now in its 16th season with women’s basketball. NCAA Basketball is a national sponsor of the grassroots initiative owned and managed by IMG College to encourage alumni and fans to take kids to intercollegiate athletic events.
The UD men’s basketball team will also hold a Take a Kid to the Game event on Saturday, Feb. 12 when it hosts Colonial Athletic Association foe Hofstra University at 2 p.m.
Tickets will be available in advance at the UD Athletic Ticket Office by calling (302) 831-2257 OR on game day by visiting the Bob Carpenter Center Ticket Office. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 1pm. Offer only applies to single-game ticket purchases.
Take A Kid to the Game (TAKG) is a nationally recognized grassroots program developed, owned and managed by IMG College, a division of IMG Worldwide, the world’s premier sports, media, and entertainment company, to encourage adults, alumni and fans to take children to intercollegiate athletic events. In its 16th year, the TAKG program introduces area youth to NCAA member institutions within their community as well as the institutions’ athletics programs.
For more information about the program, please visit www.TAKG.com
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