A Season Under the Lights

The 2013-14 Commemorative Season Ticket Scarf

Aug 15, 2013

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LOS ANGELES - For the first time in its NCAA Division I history, LMU will host outdoor games at night thanks to the new lighting system for Sullivan Field and Page Stadium. The night games for men's soccer, women's soccer and baseball are just part of the many changes that await LMU athletics for an action packed season.

For 2013-14, LMU Athletics will sell tickets to five of its 12 home venue sports, including men's basketball, women's basketball, men's soccer, women's soccer and baseball. Special discounted season tickets are available as well as special group pricing.

For the third consecutive season, LMU will offer the Commemorative Season Ticket Scarf. For just $30, the scarf is the holder's season ticket to four of LMU's ticketed home sports (excluding men's basketball).

Ticket Pricing for 2013-14:

Sport  Season Ticket   Individual-Regular   Individual-Premier  
GA Reserved  Adult  Child/Sr.  Adult  Child/Sr. 
Men's Basketball  Click Here For PricesGet Acrobat Reader $20/$15 $10 $15-$25 $15
Women's Basketball  $30* $75/$150! $10 $7 n/a n/a
Baseball  $30* $50 $8 $6 $10 $8
Men's Soccer  $30* n/a $8 $6 $10^ $8^
  $30* n/a $8 $6 $10^ $8^

KIDS 12 and Under in their LMU Camp T-Shirt or in youth sport uniform are free (excluding men's basketball games).
* LMU Season Ticket Scarf - General Admission Access to all four sports
^ Price for doubleheaders featuring men's and women's soccer.
! $75 option includes upgraded seating and other upgrades. $150 option is a courtside seat.
PREMIER GAMES: For baseball and men's basketball, games will be determined when schedule is released.

The action doesn't stop there. Events free to the public in 2013-14 include women's volleyball - which looks for its second consecutive NCAA tournament appearance. Also free this season will be men's and women's water polo, men's and women's tennis, softball and women's swimming.

Look for special group activities and events surrounding all of LMU's 22 sport programs. Several of the sports will host a Lions' Athletic Fund event during a home game in which they will charge for tickets. Revenue from that event will go toward the sport's Athletic Fund.

The event and ticket changes are just the beginning for a packed 2013-14 season at LMU. The new Lions' Athletic Fund, formally LionsFund, will officially be launched this season with the "We Are LMU Lions" campaign, and will include a new website.

The Lions' official online home, LMULions.com, will also go through a new design and will include a brand new ticket system, bringing enhanced options to those attending LMU events.

Lions' All-Access, the broadcast home to LMU Athletics', will also go through a redesign and will be renamed the LMU Sports Network. Included in the network in 2013-14 will be an additional 40 live game broadcasts, including all of the men's and women's soccer home matches, the entire baseball home season and select softball games.

Follow all the action through many of the Lions' multimedia and social media outlets, including Facebook and Twitter (#LMULions).





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