Jan. 28, 2015
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Tickets are now on sale for the 2015 University of Notre Dame men’s and women’s lacrosse seasons. Both squads are ranked in the top-10 of the preseason polls and they will play host to several quality opponents throughout the spring.
Season Ticket Information:
– First-time buyers receive at least 20% off regular-season ticket pricing
Fan Pack: $60
– Two mini wooden lacrosse sticks (one men’s, one women’s) per season ticket account.
– Access to separate “chalk talk” sessions, with refreshments, before the men’s game on March 28 vs. Syracuse and women’s game on April 12 vs. Michigan. Both events will be held in the Arlotta Stadium hospitality tent.
– Season ticket holder cookout on March 21, between games of the doubleheader vs. Ohio State.
Use promo code “FIRST” to receive the discount pricing.
To purchase tickets, visit UND.com/BuyTickets, call 574-631-7356 or stop by the Murnane Family Ticket Office, located in Purcell Pavilion, during normal business hours (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET).
The ninth-ranked Fighting Irish women will have seven home dates, including three versus fellow top-10 foes, beginning Feb. 15 against Detroit. Notre Dame’s Atlantic Coast Conference home opener is slated for March 14 versus Virginia Tech and the Irish will also play host to No. 2 North Carolina (March 29) and No. 16 Louisville (April 19) in league action. The rest of the non-conference ledger includes No. 10 Ohio State (March 21), Michigan (April 12) and No. 8 Northwestern (April 16).
Last season, the Fighting Irish women earned the No. 8 seed for the NCAA Championship. Notre Dame knocked off High Point, 18-4, in the first round of the tournament before falling to Duke, 10-8, in the second round to finish the season with a 10-9 record.
The defending ACC champion Notre Dame men’s squad also boasts a stout home schedule for the 2015 campaign. The second-ranked Fighting Irish will play six home dates, including two ACC showdowns. Notre Dame will play host to Georgetown Feb. 14 in the season opener. ACC home action begins March 28 versus No. 4 Syracuse and the Irish will welcome No. 6 North Carolina to Arlotta Stadium April 18. Dartmouth (Feb. 28), Ohio State (March 21) and Marquette (April 7) round out Notre Dame’s non-league home schedule.
The Fighting Irish men finished the 2014 campaign with a 12-6 record after appearing in the NCAA Championship for the ninth straight season. Notre Dame advanced to Championship Weekend for the third time in the last five seasons and for the fourth time overall in program history. Notre Dame fell to Duke, 11-9, in the national title game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.