Xavier's Saturday Men's Basketball Game Vs. No. 9 Creighton Is Sold Out

Xavier fans still have options to see Saturday's game live.

Xavier fans still have options to see Saturday's game live.

Feb. 26, 2014

CINCINNATI --- Xavier University Athletics announced tonight that Saturday's game against No. 9 Creighton is a sellout but fans without tickets still have options for seeing the game in person at Cintas Center. Tickets are sold out, but premium seats are still available from Vivid Seats, the preferred ticket reseller of Xavier Athletics.

In addition to the Vivid Seats option, Xavier will begin selling Standing Room Only seats for this game through the Xavier Athletic Ticket Office. This is the first time Xavier has ever sold Standing Room Only tickets to an event at Cintas Center, which opened in the Fall of 2000. A small number of tickets have been made available for lower level standing room on the north balcony above the student section, or for upper level standing room on the upper level concourse. These tickets are ONLY available through the Xavier Athletics Ticket Office in person, or online at GoXavier.com.

The Xavier vs. Creighton game marks the 116th sellout at Cintas Center since the building opened for the 2000-01 season. The 116 sellouts include sellouts this season against Creighton, Butler, Georgetown,
St. John's, Providence and Gardner-Webb.

Xavier has averaged 10,010 fans for its 214 games played at the 10,250-seat Cintas Center since it opened for the 2000-01 season, while selling out 116 games so far (including the Creighton game). That's 97.7% capacity of its 10,250 seats since the building opened. Xavier passed the two million mark for men's basketball fans at Cintas Center on Nov. 12 for the Tennessee game.

There are still plenty of good seats available for Xavier's final home game on Thursday, March 6 at 7 p.m. against No. 8 Villanova. As a special thank you to Xavier fans, there are a limited number of specially-priced $10 tickets now available in select locations for the March 6 game. In addition, the first 3,000 fans at the Villanova game take home a BIG EAST Inaugural Season hat.