School wasn’t in session for the Jan. 7 game, but 150 students, presumably from the Portland area, pre-reserved tickets. Another 100 student tickets were dedicated to a young alumni event.
The rest of the student tickets, which typically reaches 1,000 for the Gonzaga game, were sold to the public. Tickets purchased for the Jan. 7 game were honored for the rescheduled contest.
Students returned to school in mid January. The alumni event returned its 150 tickets, which went to students on a waiting list. Portland officials anticipated accommodating about 300 students Monday.
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