Jags to welcome Hull College of Business for basketball double feature Feb. 11

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The Augusta University men’s and women’s basketball teams host the Armstrong State Pirates on Saturday, Feb. 11 for a Peach Belt Conference doubleheader in Christenberry Fieldhouse. The Hull College of Business at Augusta University will bring faculty, staff, students, and community partners from their department to support the Jaguars!

The women tipoff at 1:30 p.m. and the men are scheduled for a 3:30 p.m. matchup.

Women’s Basketball Links (Augusta vs. Armstrong)

Men’s Basketball Links (Augusta vs. Armstrong)

The Hull College of Business engages 800+ students through multiple business and technology programs including seven undergraduate degrees. They invest in the quality of the programs and they are accredited by AACSB international. Less than 10 percent of the business schools in the world hold this prestigious accreditation!

There will be halftime games with representatives from Hull College and information tables will be set up throughout Christenberry.

The Hull College has also been recognized among the Best Business Schools in America by the Princeton Review and the MBA program was recently ranked as one of the Most Affordable Programs in the country. Hull consists of 35 full-time faculty and 15 part-time faculty who facilitate highly-engaged learning environments through a variety of course formats and contribute to their fields of study through diverse scholarly activities.

For directions to Christenberry Fieldhouse – home of the Jaguars click here

Game Day Ticket Prices

  • $10 – General Admission
  • $7 – Students, Seniors, Military
  • FREE w/ ID – AU Students, Faculty, Staff & Retirees
  • FREE – Kids six years and under

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