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The University of Connecticut or UConn is known for its basketball and the university and Storrs, CT is crazy for Huskies basketball. Both UConn men’s and women’s teams have dominated the college basketball world and are some of the best programs in the country. The men’s program is led by 4th year head coach Kevin Ollie who keeps the Huskies in prime position to make the win the American Athletic Conference and go far in the national tournament. UConn is always a team to watch because of their high levels of success and the potential the program has each season.

The UConn Huskies basketball program had its start in 1901 but didn’t really get nationally recognized until the 1940’s. A former player, Hugh Greer, would be the head coach starting in 1946 and would lead the Huskies to a lot of success. Before Greer, the Huskies saw a lot of different coaches and who didn’t have a lot of consistent success. With the success under Greer, UConn had began to be nationally recognized as a successful program. Coach Greer would coach until 1963 and rack up a 287-113 record with 13 Conference Championships, 8 national tournament appearances, and 16 winning seasons. Tragically, Greer passed away from a heart attack in the 1962-1963 season. After the passing of Greer, the Huskies made multiple national tournament appearances and a won a few conference championships throughout the 1960’s and 1970’s but never won a national championship. The rapid success of the UConn Huskies took off in the 1980’s with the hiring of Jim Calhoun.

UConn great, Jim Calhoun, was hired in 1986 to be the head coach of the Huskies after being the head coach at Northeastern. Calhoun had a slow start with UConn as he only won 13 games in his first 3 seasons as head coach. He quickly picked things up in his 4th season as head coach and didn’t look back as the Huskies developed into a top notch college basketball program. Calhoun led the Huskies to numerous appearances in the national tournament which led to multiple National Championships. Calhoun had multiple health concerns throughout his coaching career with UConn which included prostate cancer, broken ribs, a broken hip, and spinal stenosis which resulted in a few cases where Calhoun took a leave of absence. Calhoun retired in 2012. Calhoun really changed the UConn program and led them to a 625-243 record with 3 National Championships (1999, 2004, and 2011), 4 Final Four appearances, 10 Big East Championships, and was 4 time Big East Coach of the Year, elected AP Coach of the Year in 1990 and also into the College Basketball Hall of Fame and Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. After years of success under Calhoun, UConn hired one of his assistants to be the next head coach which is current head coach Kevin Ollie. Coach Ollie currently has a 97-44 record with 1 National Championship win in 2014 and an AAC Tournament title in 2016. The success that Ollie has had in his short time with UConn is a very good sign and things look to improve with the program being ran under Kevin Ollie.

Throughout the history of UConn, the Huskies have been represented by a number of great players. Emeka Okafor was the National Player of the Year in 2004 while playing for UConn. Other great players to come through the UConn Huskies program include: Ray Allen, Kemba Walker, Richard Hamilton, Caron Butler, Rudy Gay, Ben Gordon, Chris Smith, Shabazz Napier, Jeremy Lamb, Hasheem Thabeet, Andre Drummond, Charlie Villanueva, and many more. The recent success of the UConn program over the last decade make the Huskies an attractive place for the next great players to attend college.

Although UConn struggled a little through the 2015 season which included a second round knockout of the tournament by Kansas, things are still looking up for the Huskies. Coach Ollie and the Huskies have the pieces to win the AAC Conference and make some noise in the National Tournament. The success of the Huskies could continue for years to come because of the history of the team and the great players it consistently brings into the program.


Harry A. Gampel Pavilion is where the UConn Huskies have their home games. With the winning tradition of the Huskies and the passionate fans that always attend the Huskies games, the UConn basketball games are always a great college basketball atmosphere that is very unique. Check out the cheapest Connecticut Huskies Basketball tickets on Rukkus today that will get you to the game!

Connecticut Huskies Basketball Lineup

  • Phillip Nolan
  • Terrence Samuel
  • Daniel Hamilton
  • Sam Cassell Jr.
  • Ryan Boatright
  • Kentan Facey
  • Rakim Lubin
  • Omar Calhoun
  • Pat Lenehan
  • Nnamdi Amilo
  • Amida Brimah
  • Rodney Purvis

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Cheap Connecticut Huskies Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 02/15/2018
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$3.00 Connecticut Huskies at Temple Owls Basketball — 02/11/2016
Liacouras Center; Philadelphia, PA
$4.00 Connecticut Huskies at Houston Cougars Basketball — 02/01/2015
Hofheinz Pavilion; Houston, TX
$4.00 Exhibition: New Haven Chargers at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 11/07/2015
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$5.00 South Florida Bulls Basketball at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 01/25/2015
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$5.00 Connecticut Huskies at Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball — 01/14/2016
Reynolds Center; Tulsa, OK
$5.00 Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 01/10/2015
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$6.00 Yale Bulldogs at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 12/05/2014
Gampel Pavilion; Storrs Mansfield, CT
$6.00 Connecticut Huskies at Tulane Green Wave Basketball — 01/02/2016
Fogelman Arena; New Orleans, LA
$6.00 Connecticut Huskies at Stanford Cardinal Basketball — 01/17/2015
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA

Best and Most Expensive Connecticut Huskies Basketball Tickets

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$241.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/17/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$231.00Bryant Bulldogs at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 11/14/2014
Gampel Pavilion; Storrs Mansfield, CT
$176.00Connecticut Huskies at Texas Longhorns Basketball — 12/29/2015
Frank Erwin Center; Austin, TX
$164.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 3 — 03/19/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$141.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 1 — 03/17/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$121.00Exhibition: Assumption at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 11/09/2014
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$103.00Connecticut Huskies at South Florida Bulls Basketball — 02/25/2016
USF Sun Dome; Tampa, FL
$80.00Connecticut Huskies at Wichita State Shockers Basketball — 02/10/2018
Charles Koch Arena; Wichita, KS
$73.00Villanova Wildcats at Connecticut Huskies Basketball — 01/20/2018
XL Center; Hartford, CT
$71.00Jimmy V Classic — 12/05/2017
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY