The University of Saint Francis has the answer for college football fans in the Fort Wayne region concerned about the rising gas prices. USF is slashing the cost of tickets for the 2011 season so fans can cut driving time and see the most successful football program in Indiana without spending at least five hours driving to and from games.
“As the people in our community continue to look for affordable options for their families to have a good time, we felt we needed to do a little extra to help,” USF Interim Athletic Director Mike McCaffrey emphasized. “Saturday afternoons in the fall at D’Arcy Stadium is the best entertainment in Fort Wayne, bar none. With these new prices, we just hope everybody who wants to come enjoy the USF football-family atmosphere, now can afford to do so.”
New ticket prices are $10 for RESERVED SEATS (previously $15), $6 for General Admission (previously $9) and $3 for all college and HS students w/ID. Children 3 and under also admitted FREE. Season Tickets are now on sale with $50 RESERVED; $30 General Admission (includes all 5 home games). Call 399-8020 for season ticket information!
The Cougars home schedule includes two games against two NAIA Top 25 top 10 teams in No. 2 St. Xavier University on October 1 and in-state rival and No. 7 Marian University on October 15. USF opens the home portion of their 14th season as the only collegiate football program in Fort Wayne on Saturday, September 17, with a noon kick-off against McKendree University (Lebanon, IL). USF also plays host to Malone University on October 22 and Central State University (OH) on November 12.
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