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Northeastern Huskies Basketball Tickets

The Northeastern Huskies play against the toughest teams in the Colonial Athletic Association, a Division I basketball mid-major conference. They regularly host teams like the University of Delaware, James Madison University and the College of William and Mary. Buy your Northeastern Huskies basketball tickets and join the team as they vie for another NCAA tournament appearance and their first national title.

The Northeastern Huskies basketball program has seen a lot of postseason action in its history. In 2009-10, Coach Bill Coen led the Huskies to a remarkable 20-win season and an appearance in the National Invitational Tournament. In a hard fought first round match, Connecticut inched out the Huskies 59-57, ending their postseason run.

Not to be deterred, Coach Coen and his team came back harder and faster in the 2010-11 season. Rebounding from a slow start, the Huskies ended the season on a strong note, winning seven of their last 12 games. One of the highlights of that year was the matchup against Final Four participant Virginia Commonwealth University at Northeastern’s historic Matthews Arena . The Huskies beat the Rams 91-80, which was the most points the Rams had given up all season.