NCAA Tournament Ticket Application Process
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  03/16/2014

The University of New Mexico Lobos earned a 7-seed in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, and the Lobos will take on the Stanford Cardinal on Friday, March 21st. The game, televised live on TBS, will be played at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, with tip off scheduled to start at 11:40 a.m. (MST). Fans wanting to head to St. Louis and follow the Lobos can utilize the following ticket information.

Due to the limited number of NCAA tickets available to the participating teams, all post-season ticket requests for the New Mexico Men's Basketball team's game at the Scottrade Center (and any possible future sites throughout the tournament) are prioritized based on the current Lobo Club Loyalty Points Program. University of New Mexico Students also receive a separate priority allotment for distribution.

If there are remaining tickets, current season ticket holders will then have the opportunity to request them. Finally, we'll accept requests from the general public if there are still tickets available.

To join the Lobo Club simply call 505-925-CLUB. Current Lobo Club members can fill out the NCAA Tournament Ticket Request Form and fax it to 925-5609, email it to loboclub@unm.edu or bring it to our office inside the Colleen J. Maloof Administration Building (1414 University SE). We've extended the deadline to turn in your request for priority to noon on Monday, March 17th.

We'll begin to take season-ticket-holder and general-public requests for the University of New Mexico's 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament second and third rounds games on Monday at 8:30 a.m. (Mountain Time) at the Lobo Ticket Office, located in the northeast corner of The Pit. You can also request tickets by calling 505-925-LOBO (5626) or 1-800-955-5626. Any remaining tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 18. Ticket quantities are determined by the NCAA and the host site for each individual round.

Student tickets will be available on Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lobo Ticket Office in The Pit. Tickets for students will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Each student will be allowed one student ticket and must have their Lobo ID to purchase a ticket. Student tickets will be available for pick-up with ID at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, prior to the second-round game.

All tickets will be sold as an automatic package, relative to whether or not UNM advances to the third round (Sunday's game). Since the NCAA only provides tickets to those schools participating in each of the second and third rounds, UNM will only receive third-round tickets should the men's basketball team win their second round game. If UNM advances to the third round, all fans who purchased second-round tickets through the Lobo ticket office will be charged for the third round as well. Information on third-round ticket pick up will be announced via email, Facebook, Twitter and on www.GoLobos.com