(Sept. 7, 2010)--The UTSA Athletics Department announced Tuesday that season tickets for the 2011 football season will go on sale to UTSA Alumni Association members on Thursday, Sept. 16, and to the general public on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
>> The UTSA Alumni Association will host the "1st and Rowdy" football tailgate party at the Institute of Texan Cultures, 801 E. Durango Blvd. at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 16, where attendees can meet Head Football Coach Larry Coker and the UTSA football team, enjoy free food, free parking and other giveways, along with getting the first opportunity to purchase season tickets.
UTSA Alumni members will be admitted free to "1st and Rowdy," where they can help start a new UTSA tradition. Faculty and staff can become Alumni associate members for $40 (single membership) or $60 (joint membership).
For more information, call 888-ONE-ALUM or visit the UTSA 1st and Rowdy website. (RSVP at the "1st and Rowdy" website by Sept. 10.)
The general public will have their first chance to purchase season tickets on Oct. 5.
For more information or to order tickets, call 210-458-UTSA or visit the UTSA Athletics website.
UTSA will host Northeastern State on Sept. 3, 2011, at the Alamodome in the first of six home games during the inaugural campaign. Season tickets range in price from $120 to $1,250 per seat. UTSA faculty and staff members can purchase season tickets at a reduced rate of $80 per seat.
All season tickets priced above $120 include a donation to the Roadrunner Athletic Fund in the price. Visit the UTSA Athletics website for season ticket information and an Alamodome seating chart.
Fans will not select a seat location when they order a season ticket package. In spring 2011, all season-ticket holders will be ranked according to the Loyalty Points system in order to select their exact seat locations. Fans can earn Loyalty Points and move up the rankings by making additional donations to the Roadrunner Athletic Fund, purchasing UTSA basketball season tickets and joining the UTSA Alumni Association.
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SAWS Headquarters, 2800 U.S. Highway 281 North, San Antonio
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