DAVIS, Calif. – Just a few weeks after Jan Stallman, a fan of UC Davis men's basketball, was notified by the NCAA, Chuck Santoni became the second Aggie supporter randomly selected to receive four tickets to the Final Four in North Texas as part of the governing body's weekly ticket giveaway.
As a result, Santoni and UC Davis both will be featured throughout the 2013-14 NCAA Basketball season on NCAA.com at the following link: http://www.ncaa.com/national-ticket-giveaway.
"UC Davis is excited to be the only university in the nation to have two winners heading to the Final Four," said Scott Brayton, assistant athletics director of marketing.
By visiting the information booth located on the main floor of The Pavilion at all remaining men’s and women’s home basketball game, fans can participate in this nationwide giveaway. Individuals can submit their name for consideration, at no cost, once per home game.
The National Weekly Ticket Giveaway gives fans at every Division I school a chance to win 2014 NCAA tournament tickets awarded by random drawing each week from Nov.12-March 10, 2013. Over the15-week course of the sweepstakes, the NCAA and participating Division I schools will award 60 tickets to fans that register through their school for the weekly drawing.
The weekly winner has a choice to receive four tickets to one of the following:
2014 NCAA Men’s Final Four April 5 & 7 at AT&T Stadium in North Texas.
One of the preliminary-round sites of the 2014 Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.
As was the case with Santoni, Stallman also chose to attend the Final Four.
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