Tickets For Ferris State's CCHA Playoff Series Now On Sale
Tickets for the 2009-10 nationally-ranked Ferris State University men's ice hockey team's Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Second-Round Home Playoff series against the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks to be held March 12-14 (third game if necessary) at FSU's Ewigleben Ice Arena in Big Rapids, Mich., are presently on sale. All starting times are 7:05 p.m. (EST).
Ferris State's 2010 CCHA Playoff single-game ticket prices are as follows:
$13 for adults
$11 for senior citizens
$9 for youth grades kindergarten thru 12th
$9 for groups of 20-39 individuals
$6 for Ferris State students with valid identification
$6 for groups of 40 or more individuals
Children under age five won't be required to purchase a ticket unless reserving a seat.
Group rates apply to businesses, organizations, BRAJHA teams, youth groups, churches, etc.
Note - The Ferris State Blueline Club is offering FREE student tickets to the first 200 high school students for the first two CCHA Playoff series games (March 12-13) who are willing to stand, cheer, and be a positive influence to the Bulldog hockey team. All which is required is to identify themselves at the FSU Athletics Ticket Office window as "Rented Dawg Pound" members and they will receive free tickets either night.
To order your tickets, please call the Ferris State Athletics Ticket Office at (231) 591-2888. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.starticketsplus.com or by contacting StarTickets at (800) 585-3737.
Ferris State wrapped up the regular season at 19-11-6 overall with a third-place 13-9-6-4 record in the CCHA. The Bulldogs, under 18th-year head coach Bob Daniels, are presently ranked 13th this week by U.S. College Hockey Online.com while FSU is listed 14th in both the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine and Inside College Hockey.com polls.
The 19 victories registered by the 2009-10 team represent the seventh most single-season wins in the program's history. Meanwhile, Ferris State's third-place conference showing ties three other previous seasons (1979-80, 1980-81, and 1990-91) for the second-most league triumphs in a campaign.
"It's Playoff Time - Time To Grow The Beard!"