Jan. 8, 2013
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WEST POINT, N.Y. - Season and single-game lacrosse tickets are now on sale through the Army Ticket Office. Season tickets packages include all six regular-season home games, a slate that begins with the 2013 home opener on Wednesday, Feb. 13, versus Manhattan. The regular season continues with four Saturday contests and a Friday night meeting with perennial powerhouse Johns Hopkins under the lights May 3.
Season tickets start at just $19 for youth, students and senior citizens. An adult season ticket can be purchased for $25. Single-game tickets are $4 for youth, students, senior citizens and groups of 10 or more, while adults can be purchased for $6. Prices increase to $6 and $10 for the same contingents, respectively, for the May 3 meeting with Johns Hopkins.
In addition to the regular-season finale against Johns Hopkins, the Black Knights will host Manhattan (Feb. 13), VMI (Feb. 16), Lehigh (March 16), Lafayette (March 23) and Bucknell (April 6).
In addition to ticket sales, the popular Game Day Experience packages are once again available for groups and youth teams for all six home games. Please call 845-446-2375 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your youth team or group today.
Randall Hall Luxury Suites are available for all six home games as well. Suites are a fantastic way to enjoy the game with friends, co-workers or clients and can be booked on a single-game basis or for the entire season. Please contact the Army A Club (845-938-2322) for more information.
A bevy of popular and new promotions for all six home games will be released shortly. Please stay tuned to www.goARMYsports.com for detailed information.
The Black Knights held their first practice of the semester on Monday afternoon. Under the direction of eighth-year head coach Joe Alberici, Army is looking to win its second Patriot League title in four years. The Black Knights return their top two scorers from a year ago in preseason All-America selections Garrett Thul and John Glesener, while also welcoming back one of the top close defenders in the country in Brendan Buckley.