Tennessee Volunteers vs Western Carolina Catamounts Tickets

If you are looking forward to an exciting basketball match, then buying Tennessee Volunteers Vs Western Carolina Catamounts tickets is the best option. Come December, the two teams will meet each other at Thompson Boling Arena for a thrilling clash. Basketball fans are urged to book their deals fast if they don’t want to miss this classic showdown.

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About Tennessee Volunteers vs Western Carolina Catamounts

Tennessee Volunteers is among the many other varsity sports teams representing the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Competing in the Southeastern Conference, the Volunteers have been playing way before the 30s. Members of the NCAA and playing in the eastern division, these basketball players have made their university and region proud by clinching four conference titles, along with nine regular season conference wins. Since inception the talented lineup of athletes have been wearing the colors orange and white, and these colors are even supported by their mascot- ‘Smokey’, an actual blue tick hound. Smokey is the mascot of all the teams that represent the University of Tennessee, both men’s and women’s. A costumed mascot is also present at their games who lead the crowd in singing the fight song, “Down the Field”. The Volunteers play their home games at the Thompson–Boling Arena that opened its doors in 1987. To meet the latest standards in the sport, the stadium has seen frequent renovations and state of the art features have been added to it. Today it can accommodate above 21,600 fans. It has hosted many thrilling games which include Tennessee Volunteers Vs Western Carolina Catamounts matches as well.
The Western Carolina Catamounts is the basketball team of Western Carolina University. They have been playing the sport since 1996 and are the members of Division I of NCAA’s Southern Division. The Catamounts’ home base for basketball is Ramsey Center. The arena was constructed in 1986 and has the capacity to accommodate over 7,800 people. Their mascot is Mountain Boomer that is a fast running ground squirrel and through a contest its name was decided as ‘Paws’. Paws is present at all the Western Carolina Catamounts games and cheers loudly along with the other supporters. Though the team is yet to claim any major victories, their competitors often have to fight tooth and nail to win a game. Such fierceness and edge of the seat clash is being anticipated at the Tennessee Volunteers Vs Western Carolina Catamounts match as well.
The all-purpose Thompson–Boling Arena will host this upcoming match between the two teams and it’s expected to be filled to its capacity. To be part of live action here, get your cheap Tennessee Volunteers Vs Western Carolina Catamounts tickets now as they have been made available on our site. No matter which side you are supporting, non-stop entertainment and thrill is guaranteed. Don’t miss this opportunity and secure your deals fast.