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Oklahoma State men’s basketball coach Travis Ford and his wife have purchased 400 student tickets to give out to students to attend Saturday’s WNIT Championship in Stillwater. (AP Photo) Oklahoma State men’s basketball coach Travis Ford and his wife have purchased 400 student tickets to give out to students to attend Saturday’s WNIT Championship in Stillwater. (AP Photo)
STILLWATER, Oklahoma -

Oklahoma State students have a chance to attend Saturday's WNIT Championship game Saturday for free as the Cowgirls are taking on James Madison for the title.

OSU men's basketball Head Coach Travis Ford and his wife Heather have purchased 400 student tickets that they will give out on Saturday before the game.

"The Cowgirls are playing great basketball right now," said Ford. "They need and deserve all the support they can get while trying to win the WNIT championship. Anything Heather and I can do to help them achieve this goal, we're willing to do. I just hope we can get as many students as possible at the game to cheer on the Cowgirls to victory."

Current Oklahoma State University students with a valid student ID can pick up one ticket at the north side of Gallagher-Iba Arena starting at noon on Saturday. The ticket table will be stationed at that location until the full allotment has been claimed.

"Our coaching staff and team are very appreciative of the continued support from Coach Ford and Heather," said Cowgirl Head Coach Jim Littell. "They have been and continue to be very gracious to our program."

Additional student tickets are available at the ticket office for $5.

Tipoff for the championship game is set for 2 p.m.

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