The West Virginia University men’s basketball team will host a charity exhibition game against Bowling Green inside the WVU Coliseum on Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Norma Mae Huggins Cancer Research Endowment Fund.
This will be the fifth time that WVU has played in a charity exhibition basketball game. WVU played Albany in 2017, Penn State in 2018, Duquesne in 2019 and Akron in 2021. The two teams will play a regulation 40-minute game.
Individual tickets for Friday’s game are priced at $15 or $10, depending on seat location.
Andrew Caridi and Warren Baker will have the call on Big 12 Now. The Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield will provide radio coverage with Tony Caridi and Jay Jacobs.
For the season, public parking near the WVU Track inside the WVU Coliseum parking area is available for $10 per game and opens three hours before tipoff. Parking is available in select lots on the Evansdale Campus. Paid parking is available in the downtown parking garages and lots operated by the Morgantown Parking Authority near the PRT stations. The Green Lot on Van Voorhis Road will not provide shuttle service this season.
The PRT is available on game days for 50 cents each way for non-WVU students, faculty and staff. It will operate for every game this season except for the games on Dec. 18, Dec. 22 and Jan. 7.
General will call at the Gold Gate opens two hours prior to tip for all games. Gates open 90 minutes prior to tip for all men’s games.
WVU’s Clear Bag Policy remains in effect, and the athletics department invites and encourages fans to visit WVUsports.com/clearbag for more information, to view pictures of permissible and non-permissible items and to obtain answers to frequently asked questions about the clear bag policy.
For more information on purchasing season tickets, individual tickets and mini-packages, visit WVUGAME.com.