Tickets available for NCAA Tournament

Left: Michigan's Jordan Morgan in the March 15 game vs Ohio State. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy). Center: Michigan State's Gary Harris dunks in the March 16 Big 10 Tournament Championship game vs Michigan. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy). Right: Western Michigan's Tucker Haymond in the March 15 game vs Toledo. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Left: Michigan's Jordan Morgan in the March 15 game vs Ohio State. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy). Center: Michigan State's Gary Harris dunks in the March 16 Big 10 Tournament Championship game vs Michigan. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy). Right: Western Michigan's Tucker Haymond in the March 15 game vs Toledo. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

UNDATED (WOOD) — Tickets are available now to watch three Michigan basketball teams in their first NCAA tournament game.

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Michigan will play the Wofford Terriers at 7:10 p.m. ET Thursday in Milwaukee. Tickets to that session are running at least $195 through TicketMaster.

The arena at Washington State University in Spokane, where Michigan State will play the Delaware Blue Hens at 4:40 p.m. Thursday, is sold out. However, the NCAA is referring customers to PrimeSport.com — a ticket resale website. Monday, tickets were starting at $55 each for MSU’s session on PrimeSport. Tickets on StubHub.com were starting at $60 each for MSU’s session.

Public tickets are not available through MSU, though the school does have a limited number it was offering to athletic department donors Monday.

Tickets for Western Michigan University’s game against the Syracuse Orange — slated for 2:45 p.m. Thursday at the Niagara Falls Center in Buffalo, N.Y. — will be on sale to the public through the university starting Tuesday.

Tickets range between $66 and $84 and can be purchased by calling the WMU Athletic Ticket Office at 269.387.8092.

This is the first time WMU has made it into the NCAA Tournament since 2004.

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