June 29, 2022

Season Tickets on Sale for the 2022-23 Season

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State welcomes in one of the top recruiting classes in the country and will feature an interesting mix of young and experienced talent when the 2022-23 season tips-off in early November. The non-conference schedule could likely be one of the toughest Ohio State has faced in recent years.

Season tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online by CLICKING HERE. Single-game and mini plans will be on sale beginning in the fall.

The Buckeyes returning group of Justice Sueing, Seth Towns, Zed Key, Eugene Brown III and Kalen Etzler will be bolstered by talented veteran transfers in Tanner Holden, Sean McNeil and Isaac Likekele. That combined experience will pair well with the No. 6 ranked recruiting class of Brice Sensabaugh, Roddy Gayle Jr., Bruce Thornton, Felix Okpara and Bowen Hardman.

Sueing and Towns are both healthy and looking to return to All-Big Ten caliber form. Key and Brown III both played pivotal roles on OSU’s NCAA Tournament team a season ago. Holden also played in last year’s NCAA Tournament with Wright State, scoring 37 points in a First Four game. McNeil made over 150 three-pointers in three seasons at West Virginia and Likekele is the only player in Oklahoma State history to have more than 1,000 points, 600 rebounds and 400 assists.

The optimism and excitement for this group will be met right away with a trip to Maui in mid-November to compete in what could perhaps be the strongest field in the history of the Maui Invitational. Arizona, Arkansas, Creighton, Ohio State, San Diego State and Texas Tech were all in the NCAA Tournament field last season and Creighton and Arkansas are projected as preseason Top 10 teams this season. Perennial powers Cincinnati and Louisville round out the strong eight-team field. Ticket and travel packages are available for the event by CLICKING HERE.

In addition to that event, the Buckeyes will also head to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on Duke in this year’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 30. They will also compete in the CBS Sports Classic on Dec. 17 alongside North Carolina, Kentucky and UCLA. Details of that event will be announced at a later date.

The 2022-23 non-conference home slate will start with an exhibition game against Chaminade on Nov. 1 and then also include games against Robert Morris (Nov. 7), Charleston Southern (Nov. 10), Eastern Illinois (Nov. 16), St. Francis (Dec. 3), Maine (Dec. 21) and Alabama A&M (Dec. 29).

The Big Ten previously announced the single and double play opponents for this season and the Buckeyes will host Illinois, Purdue, Maryland, Rutgers, Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin. The dates of the home and away Big Ten games will be announced later this summer.

Game times and TV assignments for every game this season will be announced in the fall.

2022-23 Ohio State Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule
Nov. 1            Chaminade (Exhibition)
Nov. 7            Robert Morris
Nov. 10          Charleston Southern
Nov. 16          Eastern Illinois

Nov. 21-23    at Maui Invitational
Nov. 30          at Duke
Dec. 3            St. Francis (Pa.)
Dec. 17          at CBS Sports Classic
Dec. 21          Maine
Dec. 29          Alabama A&M

 

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