Times Staff Report
July 2, 2013
MOREHEAD – Season tickets for Morehead State football, volleyball and soccer, as well as single-game football tickets, are now on sale through the MSU ticket office and online through MSUEagles.com.
Single-event tickets for volleyball and soccer are available on game-day only. Fans may also purchase single-game tickets for football on game-day but are encouraged to secure the best seats by completing their purchases in advance online. For more information on any of the ticket packages contact the ticket office at 606-783-2386.
“Season tickets are the best value for our fans,” Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs Darian Westerfield said. “We strive to make it simple for our fans to guarantee their seats for every home game this fall, and we have attractive schedules for all three sports. We also have several packages to suit any fan’s needs, and we believe every fan will have an enjoyable time supporting our fall teams.”
Season football tickets for the general public start at $55, a savings of $25 versus purchasing single-game tickets for each event. The Eagles host seven home games at Jayne Stadium, including regional rival Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 21 and Pioneer Football League rival Dayton for Homecoming on Oct. 26. MSU faculty, staff and retirees can purchase season tickets for $25.
Single-game tickets are $10 for adults and $3 for children ages 2-12 for five of the home events. Single-game tickets for the EKU and Dayton contests are $15 for adults and $5 for children.
Fans can also purchase a season box (which includes eight seats for all games) for $600. The season box must be purchased through the ticket office directly. Due to ongoing construction in the athletic complex, information regarding tailgating space will be available at a later date.
The three-time defending Ohio Valley Conference champion volleyball team hosts 15 matches at Wetherby Gym. Season tickets start at just $25 for MSU faculty, staff and retirees and are only $40 for a reserved seat. All reserved seats feature a personalized nametag. A general admission season pass is just $30.
The soccer team, which has won an OVC title in three of the last five seasons, entertains eight opponents at Jayne Stadium. General admission season tickets are set at $30, while MSU faculty, staff and retirees can secure a season pass for $25. Parking is free for volleyball and soccer.