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Wolf Pack Football Tickets Go On Sale Monday


News release submitted by Wolf Pack Athletics:

image001-9569576-3843066Single-game tickets and the popular “Mini-Pack” ticket plan for University of Nevada football games will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 17, the school announced today.

The Wolf Pack’s home schedule features non-conference games against Big 12 power Missouri and the Battle for the Fremont Cannon against UNLV. The Western Athletic Conference home slate features games against Louisiana Tech, Hawaii, Idaho and Fresno State.

“We are very proud of the quality home schedule we have this season and we are anticipating a strong demand for tickets, especially the Mini-Pack plan,” said Amy Engelbert, Nevada’s assistant athletic director for ticketing.

The Mini-Pack ticket plan is a three-game package that features reserved seats against Missouri and UNLV and any of the four WAC games for just $90.

Single-game ticket prices start at just $19 each for general admission seats to WAC games. Discounts are available for children and seniors and for purchasing prior to gameday.

Tickets will be on sale beginning at 10 a.m. Monday at the Link Piazzo Ticket Office at Legacy Hall as well as at the Lawlor Events Center ticket office. You can purchase by phone by calling 775.348-PACK or online at www.nevadawolfpack.com.

The Wolf Pack went 7-6 last season and went to its fourth consecutive bowl game. Nevada opens the 2009 season on Sept. 5 at Notre Dame on NBC.

Bob Conrad
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Bob Conrad is publisher, editor and co-founder of This Is Reno. He has served in communications positions for various state agencies and earned a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2011. He is also a part time instructor at UNR and sits on the boards of the Nevada Press Association and Nevada Open Government Coalition.




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