Tickets can be purchased via the newly redeveloped tournament Web site at http://www.mauiinvitational.com, or through Oahu Travel, the official travel agency of the EA SPORTS Maui Invitational, at 800.826.3822. Booster Tickets for Duke and Illinois are sold out.
In addition, Single Game General Admission Tickets for all of Monday's games, All-Day General Admission Tickets and remaining Courtside Booster Ticket Packages will go on sale Aug. 22 (Duke and Illinois Courtside Booster Tickets are sold out). Courtside Booster Tickets are good for entry to all three of a particular team's tournament games, accompanied by a pass for the Stadium Club, an exclusive area at the Lahaina Civic Center featuring catered food and beverage, table seating and television access.
Space for the 4th Annual EA SPORTS Maui Golf Invitational, set for Thursday, Nov. 22, is also available. During this golf competition, boosters and fans of the 2007 participating teams will battle for the Booster Cup and bragging rights at the beautiful Ka'anapali Tournament North Course. Visit the Web site's "Tickets & Travel" section for additional event and registration information.
In its 24th year, the EA SPORTS Maui Invitational will again launch the college basketball season with a marquee lineup, including Marquette, Duke, Illinois, LSU, Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Princeton and host Chaminade. The action unfolds Nov. 19-21 at Maui's Lahaina Civic Center, located less than 1,000 yards from the Pacific Ocean, with ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU combining to offer live television coverage of all 12 tournament games.
At a glance, the 2007 EA SPORTS Maui Invitational features: former national champions Duke, Marquette and Oklahoma State; former national runners-up Duke, Illinois, Marquette and Oklahoma State; 2007 NCAA Tournament participants Duke, Marquette and Illinois; Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer Mike Krzyzewski; Duke, owner of an EA SPORTS Maui Invitational-record three championships (1992, 1997 and 2001); and Maui rookies Marquette, Oklahoma State and Princeton.
EA SPORTSÔ, the world's leading interactive entertainment software company and developer of the top-selling NCAA® March Madness® videogame, enters its seventh year as title sponsor of the Maui Invitational.
The Athletics Department of tournament host Chaminade University is holding a contest this month to find a new, innovative logo for the school's mascot – the Silverswords. Applicants must submit their entries by Sept. 1, 2007. The contest's winner will receive a trip to the 2007 EA SPORTS Maui Invitational and more. For complete contest rules and regulations as well as entry information, visit www.goswords.com.