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Mar 11 - 16 , 2019

2019 MEAC Basketball Tournament

Ticket books are on sale now for the highly-anticipated 2019 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament.

This year’s tournament gets underway March 11-16 at the Norfolk (Va.) Scope Arena.

Each ticket book contains nine tickets, one for each session, which provides entrance for one (1) person to attend all 22 men’s and women’s games, including the championship finals on Saturday, March 16. The men’s title game will tip at 1 p.m., followed by the women’s title game approximately an hour after the conclusion of the men's game.

Ticket books are available for purchase at all 12 member institutions, the Scope Box Office, Ticketmaster outlets, the MEAC Administrative Office and online at ticketmaster.com. Tickets are also available by calling the MEAC at (757) 951-2055 or Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000.

Ticket books for general admission are available for $150 plus handling fees. Senior and student prices are also available with proper identification for $120. Floor seating is also available for weekly packages.

Fans interested in sitting within their university’s fan block are encouraged to contact their institution’s ticket office directly.

For more information about the 2019 MEAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament, please visit www.MEAChoops.com.

About the MEAC Tournament
The MEAC Basketball Tournament is a single-elimination championship playoff that involves Division I historically black colleges and universities located across the Atlantic coastline: Bethune-Cookman, Coppin State, Delaware State, Florida A&M, Howard, Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State, Norfolk State, North Carolina A&T State, North Carolina Central, Savannah State, and South Carolina State.

The tournament games are played at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Virginia. Both the men’s and women’s champion will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Tournament. The North Carolina A&T State Lady Aggies and North Carolina Central Eagles won the 2018 women’s and men’s titles, respectively, and received bids to the NCAA Tournament.

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