Ferris State Hockey Season Tickets For 2014-15 Are On Sale Now

Ferris State Hockey Season Tickets For 2014-15 Are On Sale Now

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Big Rapids, Mich. - Ferris State University has announced reserved season tickets for the 2014-15 Bulldog men's ice hockey campaign will go on sale Monday, July 7, at 9 a.m. (ET).

The 2014-15 season will mark the Bulldogs' 40th season of collegiate hockey and the 37th year at the NCAA Division I level. The Bulldogs, who are the defending Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Regular-Season Champions and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight a year ago, open the campaign at home versus the University of Michigan on Saturday, Oct. 4.

Fans can guarantee seats for all 16 regular-season home contests by purchasing a season ticket package. In addition, for the first time this year, season tickets will also include the opening two games of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) First Round playoffs should the Bulldogs host inside the Ewigleben Ice Arena.

Seating is expected to be at a premium again this season based on results of strong student season ticket sales this summer. The Bulldogs have officially posted 16 sellouts overall in the last two-plus years and recorded an impressive 16-1-1 home mark a year ago, making a ticket to Bulldog Hockey one of the hottest around.

"Bulldog Hockey fans provide an atmosphere that makes our arena one of the nation's toughest venues to play in for opposing teams," said FSU head coach Bob Daniels. "It's tremendously entertaining and our players realize how special it is to play in such a big time environment."

Season ticket holders will receive several added value incentives that include the first opportunity to purchase additional tickets for the Michigan game, an option to purchase tickets for the 2014 Great Lakes Invitational (GLI) at Joe Louis Arena, eligibility for special in-game promotions sponsored by Katke Golf Course, a commemorative poster of the 2013-14 season and an invite to a special Meet The Team event (for season ticket holders only) which will include an opportunity to meet the team, take a locker room tour, Skate with the Dawgs, enjoy refreshments and more.

Adult season ticket prices for the 2014-15 season are $200 with seniors (ages 65+) along with FSU faculty/staff prices set for $190.  A student ticket (age 3 to 12th grade) is $115 with all current Ferris State student tickets sold for $99 with valid student identification.

Season tickets will remain on sale and must be purchased by August 28. After that date, any unsold seats will be available to purchase once single-game ticket sales begin.  Forms have been mailed to all past season ticket holders, who are encouraged to renew their seats as soon as possible.

All reserved season tickets must be purchased directly thru the FSU Athletics Ticket Office located in the Ewigleben Sports Complex either in person or by phone.  The office is open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET) at this time with extended hours being offered once the school year begins.

To purchase tickets or for additional information regarding season ticket packages, please call (231) 591-2888.

Last season, Ferris State won the WCHA Regular-Season Championship in its debut season, reached the WCHA Final Five Championship game and came within a single victory of reaching the NCAA Frozen Four for the second time in three years.

Along the way, FSU set a school-record with a nation-leading 16-game unbeaten streak that stretched from late October to early January and the Bulldogs' 29 total wins led the country and ranked as the second-best seasonal mark in school history. The Bulldogs were ranked as high as second in the nation during the regular-season and finished sixth in the final national rankings.

Ferris State was the lone team from the state of Michigan to reach the NCAA Tournament last season and one of only two schools from the WCHA along with Minnesota State. The Bulldogs led the WCHA race for the McNaughton Cup from wire-to-wire and became only the third program ever to win both the former CCHA along with the WCHA.