Penn State Nittnay Lions Men’s Basketball Tickets

Last season was a breakthrough for Penn State as they Nittany Lions made the NCAA Tournament. You can watch them go for it again with Penn State basketball tickets from GoTickets for any game at the Bryce Jordan Center this season.

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Pennsylvania State University has been a football powerhouse for many decades, and other sports, including basketball, have long been relegated to second-class status. That has started to change in the 21st century, and the PSU basketball program has enjoyed modicum of success in the last few years which has added impetus to the process. The Nittany Lions have made it to the NCAA Tournament eight times over the decades, including making it to the NCAA Final Four in 1954. Penn State made it to the second round of the NCAAs in 2011, and won the NIT in 2009. How far will they go this year? Get your Penn State basketball tickets so you can find out.

The Nittany Lions play in the 15,261-seat Bryce Jordan in State College, and unlike a few years ago, Penn State basketball tickets are getting a lot harder to come by these days. It is clear that the Nittany Nation is starting to get more serious about round ball, and that can only be a good thing for the program and the university. GoTickets has PSU tickets for all the games you want to see.

Penn State is now a full-fledged member of the Big Ten, haven given up its coveted independent status in football to join the new superconference of 12 teams. Former PSU head basketball coach Ed Chelis had been with the program since ‘03 and led the squad to a NIT championship in ‘09, but was replaced in June ‘11 by Pat Chambers. That change has given fans renewed optimism, and you can experience it with Penn State basketball tickets.

The Nittany Lions had a decent season last year under first-year coach Chambers given the talent he had to work with on the Penn State roster, finishing up at 12-20 overall for the season and 4-14 in the dog-eat-dog Big Ten. This year’s Penn State Nittany Lions schedule is certainly going to be an uphill struggle, but the Nittany Lions roster will only improve through recruiting and experience, and should be ready to seriously compete with the top dogs of the Big Ten within a year or two. You can be there with Penn State Nittany Lions tickets.

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