LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky volleyball is coming off a historic season that saw the team win a Southeastern Conference Championship and make a trip to the Elite Eight, and it is time for fans to help keep the momentum going by purchasing season tickets for the 2018 campaign.
UK’s schedule features 13 home matches, including non-conference matches against Big 12 power Kansas, College of Charleston, Chattanooga and regional-foe Dayton. The Wildcats will host nine SEC teams, including SEC Co-Champion Florida. Other SEC opponents headed to Lexington include Missouri, an NCAA Tournament participant from a season ago, Tennessee and Arkansas. Since head coach Craig Skinner’s arrival, the Cats are an impressive 171-39 (.855) on their home floor.
Fans may purchase new season tickets online now atUKathletics.com/tickets or by calling the UK Ticket Office at (800) 928-2287. Season tickets offer considerable savings over the cost of buying single-match tickets. Season ticket prices include admission to all 13 home matches in Memorial Coliseum. Reserved season tickets (Sections B-G) are on sale for $64 — up from $50 last season, while general admission season tickets are available for $42 — up from $35 Ticket prices are inclusive ofKentucky state sales tax.
To renew your season tickets, please head to UKathletics.com/Renew.
Kentucky volleyball season ticket holders enjoy the following benefits:
Single-match tickets will go on sale Aug. 13 at 9 a.m. ET through Ticketmaster.
The Backrow, Kentucky volleyball’s official booster program, is also currently accepting new members. Backrow members support the volleyball program through match attendance, community visibility and financial contributions. Visit UKathletics.com/Backrow to learn more about the program.
UK Athletics is excited to adopt “Digital Delivery” for all Kentucky volleyball general admission season tickets, beginning with the 2018 season. Instead of receiving printed tickets, general admission season ticket holders will be able to access their tickets electronically through the “My UK Account” or the UK Athletics app. Fans with reserved season tickets will still have the option to receive printed ticket books or have tickets placed at will call, in addition to the new digital delivery option. UK has created this new feature in response to popular demand for enhanced digital ticketing features to create added ease of use. For more information about digital delivery, visitUKathletics.com/DigitalDelivery.
Fans who prefer printed tickets can log in to their “My UK Account” from a non-mobile device to access printable PDF tickets.
Kentucky returns two All-America honorees – Leah Edmond and Madison Lilley – to a team that was picked to win the SEC in the league’s annual Coaches’ Poll. Edmond and Lilley were joined by Avery Skinner on the Preseason All-SEC team. Last season, the Wildcats won three NCAA Tournament matches for the first time in program history, taking down ETSU, WKU and BYU. UK spilt a share of the SEC Championship with Florida and ended the season with a 29-4 record after garnering a No. 4 overall national seed in the NCAA Tournament.
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