BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Navy basketball teams will combine to make at least five regular season appearances on the CBS Sports Network during the 2022-23 season. These games are part of the 18-game slate announced today by the Patriot League and the network.
The Navy men’s team will first appear on the CBS Sports Network on Nov. 11 when they host Princeton in Game 2 (8:30 p.m.) of the Veterans Classic doubleheader at Alumni Hall. The Mids and Tigers will follow the first game of the evening (6 p.m.) between Houston and Saint Joseph’s, which will also be broadcast by the network.
Each of the two men’s and women’s Army and Navy doubleheaders will be broadcast by the CBS Sports Network. The dates for those matches are Jan. 21 at West Point and Feb. 11 at Annapolis (11 a.m. women, 1:30 p.m. men for both doubleheaders). The final pair of games in Alumni Hall are the Star Games, part of the Star Series presented by the USAA, between programs.
Additionally, the Feb. 18 Loyola at Navy and the Feb. 25 Colgate at Navy men’s games could be selected to be aired by the network as part of the league’s flex schedule on the final two weekends of the season. men’s regular season. Decisions on which matches will be televised will be made closer to the respective date.
The two semifinal games of the Patriot League men’s tournament and the men’s and women’s championship games will also be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network.
All remaining Navy home games and Patriot League road games will be streamed to ESPN+ subscribers.
Tickets for the Veterans Classic remain on sale through the Navy Box Office. Lower tier reserved seating is $40/ticket and upper tier general admission seating is $25/ticket. Houston went 32-6 in the 2021-22 season and ranked seventh in ESPN’s latest coaches poll last year. The Cougars captured the 2021-22 American Athletic Conference regular season title with a 15-3 record, won last year’s AAC Tournament and reached the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament. Houston is ranked third in the Associated Press’ 2022-23 preseason poll. Princeton finished the 2021-22 season with a 23-7 overall record and a 12-2 Ivy League mark. The Tigers won the Ivy League regular season title, but lost in the league tournament title game. Princeton would continue to compete in the NIT.
Season and single-game tickets for the 2022-23 Navy basketball season are on sale through the Navy box office. Fans can purchase season tickets for men’s games only, women’s games only, or for every home basketball game, which guarantees buyers their reserved seat for the entire season (excluding the Men’s Veterans Classic) ), including the Army-Navy Feb. 11 dual program.
Everyone who purchases basketball season tickets by Dec. 5 will be entered to win an authentic Navy football jersey from the 2022 Army-Navy game. Fans will receive one subscription entry they purchase and can receive additional entries for each match they attend and have their ticket scanned. Late in the season, a ticket holder will receive the framed jersey during on-court reconnaissance at a Navy basketball game.
Season Pass Passes, which include access to parking at The Yard on game day, are priced as follows:
**Men’s and women’s combined (does not include Veterans Classic) –– $200/ticket for adults, $150/ticket for youth and seniors
** Men’s games only (does not include Veterans Classic) –– $100/ticket for adults, $75/ticket for youth and seniors
** Women’s games only –– $100/ticket for adults, $75/ticket for youth and seniors
Army-Navy tickets are on sale for $20 for adults and $10 for youth and seniors. One ticket gives access to both matches of the February 11 doubleheader.
Single tickets for all other games are $10 for adults and $5 for youth and seniors. Groups of 20 or more can purchase single game tickets –– excluding the Veterans Classic or the Army-Navy doubleheader –– for $5 for adults and $3 for youth.