Volleyball Single Match Tickets Now On Sale
Aug. 1, 2006
SEATTLE-- Presale of single match tickets to each of the University of Washington's 13 home volleyball matches during the 2006 season begin today, Monday, Aug. 1, via the athletic department's official website at www.GoHuskies.com. Tickets can also be purchased over the telephone at (206) 543-2200 or in person at the Husky Athletic Ticket Office, located in Graves Hall on the UW campus. Single match tickets range in price from $4-$9.
Volleyball season tickets and group tickets are already on sale. Season tickets cost $96 per seat and include reserved seating in the lower bowl of Bank of America Arena and a discount from the single match ticket price.
Washington is the defending NCAA and Pac-10 Champion after finishing the season with a 32-1 record. The Huskies return seven letterwinners for the 2006 campaign, including All-American setter Courtney Thompson, All-American outside hitter Christal Morrison and All-Pac-10 middle blocker Alesha Deesing. Washington also returns 2005 Pac-10 Coach of the Year Jim McLaughlin for his sixth season at the helm of UW Volleyball.
The Huskies will open the 2006 season on the road when they compete at the AVCA College Volleyball Showcase, Aug, 25-26 at the University of Wisconsin Field House in Madison, Wis. Washington will open play vs. Ohio at 5 p.m. (CT) on Aug. 25 in a match to be televised by CSTV.
UW will make its home debut Sept. 7-9 when it hosts the Husky Classic at Bank of America Arena. Joining the Dawgs in the five-team tournament are Gonzaga, North Dakota State, Portland State, UMBC. The Huskies will take on Portland State on Sept. 7 at 7 p.m., UMBC and North Dakota State on Sept. 8 at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., and Gonzaga on Sept. 9.
The Huskies open the Pacific-10 Conference season at home vs. California and Stanford, Sept. 21-22. UW will also host Oregon and Oregon State, Oct. 6-7, Washington State, Oct. 13, USC and UCLA, Oct. 26-27, and Arizona and Arizona State, Nov. 16-17.
Washington has won the last two Pac-10 Championships, winning the 2005 title with a program-best 17-1 record.
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