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  • Writer's pictureJoey Jarzynka

Seton Hall and Prudential Center Lift Curtain on Second Deck for Four Games

NEWARK, NJ - The Seton Hall Athletic Department and the Prudential Center have announced that the upper level (200's) will now be accessible to fans for four games. This will mark the first time in the school's history that this will occur, and the first time in Seton Hall's tenure in Downtown Newark that more fans will be allowed for more than a single game.

The games that will be accessible to the upper level include the highly-touted "Gavitt Game" that features Big Ten's Michigan State on Thursday, November 14. December 19th and the contest against the Terapins of University of Maryland. Finally, a pair of two Big East rivals in St. John's and Villanova on February 23, and March 4, respectively.

DIRECTLY FROM SETON HALL ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS: "Fans who are still interested in lower level seats to the Michigan State, Maryland, St. John's and Villanova games can still purchase season tickets or mini-plans which guarantees them seats in the lower level. Season tickets offer the best value for Pirates fans and are available online starting at $319 per seat. There is a three-game mini-plan that includes Michigan State, Maryland and Villanova starting at $120 per seat and a six-game pick-your-own plan that starts at $198 per seat. Mini-plans are available by phone at (973) 275-4255 during normal business hours."

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