Cowgirls To Hold Blue/Gold Scrimmage - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Cowgirls To Hold Blue/Gold Scrimmage

McNeese's volleyball team will hold a Blue/Gold scrimmage next Tuesday, Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. in Memorial Gym on campus. The scrimmage will be the final tune-up before the Cowgirls open the season at the DePaul Invitational on Aug. 30. Following the scrimmage the Cowgirls will conduct a meet and greet session.

Fans interested in purchasing new volleyball season tickets can be made in person, by phone, or via email at tickets@mcneese.edu.
 
General admission season tickets are $45.00 and faculty /staff season tickets are $36.00 (limit 4). All individual match tickets are currently available online at McNeeseSports.com, in person at the ticket office, and by phone at
 
337.562.4MSU(678). All internet orders are subject to additional service fees. Individual general admission match tickets are $5.00 adults (ages 13 and over), $4.00 child (ages 4-12) and ages 3 and under will be admitted free
 
All McNeese students are admitted to volleyball matches free of charge. You must have your McNeese Student ID present and validated before entering the gym. Students can sit in any of the general admission sections at Memorial Gym.
 
Away match tickets are not available through the McNeese Athletics Ticket Office. Please contact the athletic ticket office of the opposing institution for more information.
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