Nov 11, 2018
Goodwell, Okla.—The 2018 athletics season is drawing near, and the Oklahoma Panhandle State University community has much to be excited about. Last year, Aggie football boasted a winning season and accrued high marks on the SAC rankings and women’s basketball yielded a number of SAC ranked players and went .500 on the season. The Lady Aggies volleyball team and men’s basketball are gearing up for a renewed standard of excellence under new coaching leadership. In their most recent spring season, Aggie softball made a momentous trip to the post season for the first time in ten years while the baseball team made Panhandle State history with its first SAC Tournament appearance in school history. This year, the Aggies hope to reflect their latest achievements and persist in bolstering new triumphs.
2018 Aggie football season tickets are now on sale and can be purchased through Head Coach Russell Gaskamp at 580-349-1332 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The reserved select seating is offered at $50 per seat for the first two and $25 per seat for each additional. General admission tickets for the 2018 football season are available online through Ticker Roar on the opsuaggies.com website, and may also be purchased by cash, credit card or check the day of the game at $10 for adults and $5 for seniors, those with a military ID and children ages 11-17.
Fans can also enjoy an entertaining pre-game tailgating experience at every football home game to include games, food and beverages and a plethora of Aggie merchandise for sale. A limited number of VIP tailgating tents can be purchased with Coach Gaskamp, or those wishing to purchase a tailgate tent on a per-game basis may do so via Ticket Roar for $25 per tent. Aggie fans can enjoy the pre-game merriment and be right in the action as team walks the track into Anchor D Stadium and onto the newly renovated turf field. The first home game takes place Saturday, Sept. 1 at 6 p.m. versus Hastings College.
Tickets to watch the red and blue compete on the courts for volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball are also on sale via Ticket Roar on the Aggie Athletics webpage. General admission tickets for home basketball games at Anchor D Arena will be available for purchase by cash, credit card or check the day of the game at $5 for seniors, those with a military ID and children ages 11-17, and at $10 for adults. Volleyball home game tickets are priced at $2 per person with free admittance for children age 10 and under. Volleyball tournament pricing, including the upcoming Aggies Challenge Tournament Aug. 24-25, is set at $5 for a single-day admittance and $8 for a weekend pass.
A variety of items will be available at the upgraded concession stand in Anchor D Arena for all fans before and during home games. Tasty food and beverages including hot dogs, nachos, candy, popcorn and an assortment of beverages can be purchased with cash or credit card.
New facility refurbishments have been made to Anchor D Arena to make for a more enjoyable and action-packed experience for both players and fans, including customized digital video scoreboards installed in the arena. A new trophy display and LED screens will also be added to the lobby to better reflect both the accomplishments of the past and the hopes for the future of Aggie Athletics.
General admission season passes can now also be purchased via Ticket Roar. This $100, All-Sport Pass includes one seat at each home game during the regular season for football, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, softball and baseball.
With an inaugural NAIA season under its belt, Panhandle State stands to continue moving onward and upward as Aggie Athletics increases in success, and Aggie fans will want to be on the sidelines watching it happen. For more detailed information and pricing please view the Fan Central tab on the opsuaggies.com athletics website. 2018 regular season schedules are posted online, with the 2019 schedules to come later this fall.
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