OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Season tickets for the 2012 Stevenson men's and women's lacrosse seasons are on sale now through GoMustangSports.com or at the Stevenson Unversity Store in the Boulevard Corporate Center adjacent to the Owings Mills campus.
General admission season tickets for the 10 men's home games are only $55 and includes tickets to all six women's games. That is a savings of $45 over the single-game price for both.
Fans wishing to purchase general admission season tickets for the women can do so for just $25 which is six games for the cost of five.
Single-game general admission tickets are $7 for the men and $5 for the women.
In addition, those who want to purchase reserved season tickets in section 205 may do so for the men for $150 and for the women for only $50. A men's season ticket plan also includes the six women's games for FREE.
Single-game reserved tickets, if available, will be $15 for the men and $10 for the women.
Season tickets are the only way to guarantee a seat to the men's games against Tufts on Tuesday, March 20 and CAC rival Salisbury on Saturday, April 14 as well as the women's match-ups versus Roanoke on Friday, March 9 and CAC rival Salisbury on Sunday, April 15.
Stevenson students may obtain general admission tickets for FREE by showing a valid SU ID at the Student Activities office during the week of a home game. The first 1,000 students will be given a FREE ticket. After those are gone, students can purchase single-game tickets at the Stevenson University Store in Owings Mills.
Last season, the men's lacrosse team posted an 18-3 record while making its third consecutive appearance in the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship in seven seasons under head coach Paul Cantabene. The Mustangs were also ranked at No. 1 in the USILA Division III Poll for third time in the last three seasons.
Led by seventh-year head coach Kathy Railey, the women's lacrosse team finished last season with its fourth-straight 10-win season and fourth consecutive CAC Women's Lacrosse Championship appearance, earning the No. 2 seed. The Mustangs were also ranked in the IWLCA Division III Poll for the second-straight season.