“The 100 sold over the last three to four weeks and the volume of recent inquires is not the norm for this time of year,” Lowenberg said, adding that lower prices are also a factor. “People are very excited about Coach Mike Haviland. They are also excited to see what he will do with our outstanding freshman class returning as sophomores and the incoming big-time goalies.”
Most available season tickets are in the upper bowl sides and ends and corners. Prices go up $5-30 after June 27. Here are more details.