Stanford Cardinal Men’s Basketball Tickets
If you want Stanford basketball tickets for any game this season at Maples Pavilion, then GoTickets is the place to get them. We have great prices on Stanford Cardinal tickets for every game on the schedule.
Stanford Cardinal Schedule
For many years the Stanford Cardinal basketball program resided near the bottom of the conference, but then coach Mike Montgomery came along and brought respectability back. He also brought the Cardinal a Final Four appearance and several Pac-10 Conference titles, both in the regular season and conference tournament. After Montgomery left in ‘04, Trent Johnson took over for four years before being replaced by Johnny Dawkins three seasons ago. The former Duke Blue Devils star had a solid career in the NBA and then return to Duke, where he worked under legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski for a decade before getting his first head coaching job at Stanford. His record stands at 49-48 entering this season, and this is the year he is expected to lead the team back to the NCAA Tournament. You can be a part of the excitement with Stanford Cardinal basketball tickets.
Stanford plays their home games at Maples Pavilion, which with a capacity of just 7,392 is one of the smallest in the Pac-10 Conference, or the Pac-12 Conference as it is now called after Utah and Colorado joined. So the Stanford basketball schedule will look a little bit different this season, but they will be looking to build on the success from some of last year’s big wins. Among those was a victory over #17 ranked Washington at home and a solid road win at Oregon. They will need more wins like that to make it to the NCAA Tournament this season, and we have you covered all season long with Stanford tickets for every game on the schedule.
With his connection to Duke and experience in the NBA, Dawkins should be a strong recruiter and will be able to add to the strength of the Stanford Cardinal basketball roster. Now in his fourth season he’ll have players who have grown up in his system and that should be a big help. He’ll be looking to improve on a 7-11 conference record in the past two seasons, and he will also be looking for a better showing in the Pac-12 Conference Tournament. If you want to be there to see it, get you Stanford basketball tickets soon.