Tickets For Season Opener At UConn Now On Sale
WORCESTER, Mass. – The 2017 season will kick off in just over five weeks, when the Crusaders travel to East Hartford, Conn., to take on the UConn Huskies. To make sure you are there to see Holy Cross’ first game against an FBS opponent since 2002, order your tickets today!
Tickets for the Holy Cross-UConn game are still available for just $20.00 each, and can be purchased by visiting GoHolyCross.com/tickets or by calling 1-844-GOCROSS. Holy Cross fans wishing to sit with other friends ordering tickets are encouraged to place individual orders and make sure to note who they wish to sit with while reserving tickets. For tickets purchased by Aug. 4, seat locations will be allocated in priority order to Holy Cross season ticket holders and Crusader Athletics Fund donors.
You still have time! Buy 2017 season tickets for Holy Cross football by Aug. 4 and you will have the opportunity to guarantee your tickets in the best seats at UConn by taking advantage of the priority deadline. The priority deadline allows all season ticket holders and CAF donors purchasing tickets to the UConn game to be seated in the best seats in the Holy Cross section at Rentschler Field. Get your season tickets today!
On game day only, parking will be available in the Red Lot outside of Rentschler Field for $15.00. Parking gates will open four hours prior to kickoff at 3:30 p.m. For tailgating rules and information, click here.
Here are some important dates to remember as the UConn game approaches.
August 4: Deadline for season ticket holders and CAF donors to purchase tickets for priority seating.
August 16: Tickets ordered by 5:00 p.m. on August 15 will be mailed. (Any tickets ordered after this date will be available for pick up at the Holy Cross Ticket Office inside the Luth Athletic Complex or at Holy Cross will-call on game day.)
August 28: Last day to purchase tickets in the Holy Cross allotment.
August 31: Kick off in East Hartford, Connecticut!
The Crusaders return 12 starters in 2017, and also welcome back record-setting fifth-year senior quarterback Peter Pujals, who missed the majority of the 2016 season due to injury. Several others will play key roles in leading the team this fall, including a pair of All-Patriot League selections in senior linebacker Nick McBeath and senior offensive lineman James Murray.