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UVa To Play Three Games on ESPN's ACC Big Monday

Akil Mitchell and the Cavaliers will play three games on ESPN's ACC Big Monday this season.


Aug. 7, 2013

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia will make three appearances on ESPN's ACC Big Monday during the 2013-14 men's basketball season, the network announced Wednesday (Aug. 7).

The Cavaliers will play one road contest and host two games at John Paul Jones Arena as the ACC makes its debut on ESPN's Big Monday lineup.

Virginia plays at Duke on Monday, Jan. 13 and hosts North Carolina and Maryland on Monday, Jan. 20 and Monday, Feb. 10, respectively. Tipoff for all three games is set for 7 p.m. ET.

The ACC is expected to release Virginia's complete nonconference schedule and the dates and times of the remainder of the conference games in late August or early September.

2013-14 men's basketball season tickets are on sale now. There are four available upper level price levels for season ticket holders: $168, $219, $347 and $444. Season tickets at these four price levels include savings of $105-$274 off the single-game ticket price. UVa faculty and staff may purchase up to four season tickets at an additional 20 percent discount.

All courtside seats and lower level seats cost $444 and require an annual contribution to the Virginia Athletics Foundation (VAF) and a gift to the John Paul Jones Arena project.

The deadline for priority ordering is Sept. 6.

For more information or to purchase season tickets, fans should contact the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821). Fans can also purchase tickets online at or in-person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium.




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