Admission costs for Shore cagers’ playoff game

CHESTERTOWN — No. 4 seed Washington will host No. 5 seed Ursinus on Tuesday night, Feb. 20 in a first-round game of the Centennial Conference women’s basketball tournament.

Tip-off is at 7 p.m.

Per conference rules, admission will be charged as follows: adults, $10; students (ages 6 through high school), $5; and senior citizens, $5.

There is no cost for students, faculty and staff of Centennial Conference schools and children 5 and younger.

All ticket purchases must be done by credit card; no cash.

Tickets can be purchased at the door.

To purchase tickets ahead of time, go to https://washcollsports.com/documents/2024/2/18/CC_Champ_Ticketing_Price_Sheet.pdf, and click on the link to scan the QR code.

Washington (11-9 CC, 14-11) and Ursinus (10-10, 14-11) split during the regular season, each team winning at home by the identical 59-53 score.

The Shore ladies are playing in the Centennial Conference tournament for the third year in a row under coach Alisha Mosley. 

No. 12-ranked Johns Hopkins (23-2) won the top seed over No. 23 Gettysburg (22-3) on a coin toss; both teams went 19-1 in the conference, losing to each other.

Gettysburg is the two-time defending conference champion and was picked to three-peat in a preseason poll of Centennial coaches — collecting nine of the 11 first-place votes.

Dickinson (15-5 CC, 18-7) is the No. 3 seed and will host No. 6 seed Swarthmore (10-10, 12-13) on Tuesday night in the other first-round game.

Johns Hopkins has hosting rights throughout the tournament.

JHU and Gettysburg will host in the semifinal round on Friday night.

The championship game is Sunday, Feb. 25 at the highest remaining seed.

The Centennial champion is the conference’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

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