Game Day Guide: How to Watch and Attend the Colorado State Basketball Opening-Night Doubleheader”
The 2023-24 college basketball season is off to an exciting start with a doubleheader at Moby Arena in Fort Collins. Colorado State University is hosting both women’s and men’s games back-to-back on Monday, November 6, and here’s everything you need to know to catch the action.
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- The CSU women’s team will tip off at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 6, against Le Moyne College.
- The CSU men’s team will take the court at 8 p.m. on the same day, facing Louisiana Tech.
How to Watch
Unfortunately, these games won’t be available on traditional linear TV. However, you can catch all the action via the online stream on the Mountain West Network. Here’s how to access it:
|Download the App
|Apple App Store
The Mountain West Network app is compatible with most smart devices, ensuring you won’t miss any of the on-court action.
For those fortunate enough to attend the games in person at Moby Arena, here’s what you need to know about tickets:
- Moby Arena boasts a seating capacity of 8,063.
- Single-game tickets for the women’s game are available for as low as $6.
- Single-game tickets for the men’s game are available for as low as $10.
You can purchase your tickets for either game on CSURams.com/tickets.
Meet the Teams
The CSU women’s team is seen as a formidable contender for the Mountain West crown. They have the conference’s preseason Player of the Year in McKenna Hofschild, making them a team to watch. The women’s team will be facing Le Moyne College, a school located in upstate New York. The Dolphins are transitioning to NCAA Division I from Division II this season, making this game their debut in the top tier of college basketball.
The CSU men’s basketball team is generating excitement as a preseason sleeper for an NCAA Tournament bid. Like the women, they have their own Mountain West preseason Player of the Year in Isaiah Stevens. Their opponents for the night are Louisiana Tech, which was voted fourth in the C-USA preseason poll. The Bulldogs posted a 15-18 record last season. Notably, CSU and Louisiana Tech squared off in the 2020-21 third-place game of the NIT, where Louisiana Tech secured a 76-74 victory. Interestingly, two key players from that showdown, David Roddy and Kenneth Lofton Jr., are now teammates with the Memphis Grizzlies.
In conclusion, the opening-night doubleheader at Moby Arena promises a thrilling start to the college basketball season. Whether you’re watching online or attending in person, these games are not to be missed. Get ready for a night of hoops action and the chance to witness some exciting talent on the court.