2013 Utica Men’s Hockey Schedule 

Utica, NY (7/11/2013) – Utica College hockey single season tickets and family four packs go on sale Wednesday for the Pioneers upcoming 2013-14 campaign.

Action-Line-Official-Nhl-Hockey-Puck_20090804944The cost of a reserved single season ticket is $50.00 per ticket (based upon availability).   Family four packs are available at a rate of $175.00. The family four pack includes four reserved season tickets and a total savings of $25.00. Children under the age of two are free.

Those interested may purchase tickets in person at Utica College’s Clark Athletic Center (Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m./5 p.m.-7 p.m.) or by mail.  Utica College accepts cash or check only.  Checks can be made payable to Utica College. Please do not send cash in the mail.

Purchasing a season ticket will guarantee the season ticket holders seat at every regular season UC home hockey game this coming season.

This purchase includes a ticket for all 14 regular season men’s games ($3.47 per game) and 16 regular season women’s games ($3.12 per game) for a total of 30 home contests ($1.66 per game).

For season ticket holders who purchased seats last season, reserved seating will be honored until August 1st. After August 1st all seats that have not been renewed will be released to the general public.

Please contact Marc Spaziani at (315) 792-3272, Gil Burgmaster at (315) 792-3772, or David Fontaine (315) 792-3050 with any questions or concerns.

Action-Line-Official-Nhl-Hockey-Puck_20090804944The Pioneers led the nation in home attendance for the seventh consecutive season last year. In 17 home dates, 63,824 fans came through the turnstiles at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.

Utica’s average home attendance of 3,754 fans per home game set a new single season record for home attendance in Division III, as the Pioneers shattered their own previous record of 3,253 set last season.

UC’s average attendance ranked 19th nationally at all levels of NCAA hockey (DI-DIII). The Pioneers sold out 11-of-17 home games last season, including their first-ever NCAA Tournament quarterfinal victory against Bowdoin on March 9th.