Omaha will play in its second Summit League Championship Final in three years on Tuesday, March 12, taking on No. 4 seed North Dakota State, who defeated Western Illinois in Monday's first semifinal.
Tipoff is set for 8 P.M.. at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, S.D., and the winner advances to the NCAA Championship with the league's automatic bid.
The game will be broadcast live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.com with Clay Matvick and Sean Harrington on the call, and Gary Sharp will have the radio call on 1180 Zone 2. Links to live video, audio and stats will be available on OMavs.com.
Student Bus Trip
$25 | Bus leaves MBSC at 3 P.M.
Students can ride the charter bus for $25. This covers transportation and a ticket to the game.
The bus will leave the Milo Bail Student Center at 3 P.M.
Discounted Student Tickets
Do you plan to attend the game in Sioux Falls and you are driving yourself or riding with friends?
The UNO Office of Spirit and Tradition can get you a discounted ticket. The cost of the ticket is $20.
Watch the Game at DJ's Dugout
Head down to Aksarben Village to watch the game at DJ's Dugout.
UNO Alumni Association Pregame Rally in Sioux Falls
6:30 to 7:45 P.M. | Denny Sanford Center, Exhibit Hall 1
The pregame rally will feature complimentary food and exclusive Maverick Basketball gear for sale from the UNO Bookstore. Game tickets are not required to join us for the pregame rally. If you do plan to join us, please email Elizabeth Kraemer at email@example.com so they can plan accordingly and send updates.
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