Season Tickets Now On Sale for Fall Sports
U-M Soccer Stadium

July 11, 2012

BUY TICKETS NOW: Volleyball | W Soccer | M Soccer

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- With the 2012 fall sports season right around the corner, the University of Michigan Athletic Department has announced the sale of season ticket packages for men's soccer, women's soccer and volleyball. All three ticket packages are now available for purchase.

Women's soccer hosts the first contest of the 2012-13 athletics season, welcoming Fordham on Aug. 17 to the U-M Soccer Stadium. Women's soccer ticket packages begin at $25.

Men's soccer hosts 11 games at the U-M Soccer Stadium in 2012, the first season under the direction of new head coach Chaka Daley. Michigan will host Vermont on Aug. 31 to kick off the home schedule. Men's soccer ticket packages start as low as $35.

Volleyball will host two non-conference tournaments -- Aug. 31-Sept. 1 and Sept. 14-15 -- before welcoming 10 Big Ten schools to Cliff Keen Arena in a 16-match home slate. Volleyball season tickets begin at $50.

Field hockey will once again offer free admission, with the Wolverines returning Sept. 1-2 to Ocker Field for a pair of contests after participating in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

Fans interested in season tickets can purchase packages online or by calling the ticket office at (734) 764-0247 or (866) 296-MTIX.


Venue: U-M Soccer Stadium (2,200)

Season ticket prices (11 games)
Reserved (chairback) seats: $75
General admission (adults): $40
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $25

Individual game prices
Reserved (chairback) seats: $8
General admission (adults): $7
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $5

Marquee contests: Cal State Fullerton (Aug. 24), Michigan State (Oct. 10), Illinois (Oct. 27)

Twitter: @umichwsoccer

2012 Schedule

The women's soccer team enters the 2012 season with nine returning starters and eight incoming freshmen. The squad is highlighted by a pair of fifth-year senior captains in midfielder/forward Clare Stachel and goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer, each of whom have been three-year starters for the Wolverines. The team welcomes back several players who were impacted by injuries or illness in 2011, including junior midfielder Meghan Toohey, senior midfielder Emily Jaffe and senior/junior Holly Hein, who makes her return to the field at 100 percent health after redshirting last season to battle thyroid cancer. But one of the main storylines of the 2012 season revolves around three starters' participation at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Japan, which runs concurrently with the start of the Wolverines' non-conference slate. Juniors Nkem Ezurike (the team's leading goal scorer each of the last two seasons) and Shelina Zadorsky will suit up for Canada, while sophomore Christina Murillo will play for Mexico. Michigan opens the 2012-13 athletic calendar on Aug. 17 against Fordham, the first of 11 matches to be played at the U-M Soccer Stadium.



Venue: U-M Soccer Stadium (2,200)

Season Ticket prices (11 games)
Reserved (chairback) seats: $90
General admission (adults): $60
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $35

Individual game prices
Reserved (chairback) seats: $10
General admission (adults): $7
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $5

Marquee contests: Notre Dame (Sept. 16), Ohio State (Sept. 30), Michigan State (Nov. 3)

Twitter: @umichsoccer

2012 Schedule

New head coach Chaka Daley leads the Wolverines into his first year at the helm of the program with a lineup that features a trio of senior three-year starters in defensive lynchpins Brian Klemczak and Kofi Opare, as well as midfielders Latif Alashe and sophomore playmaker Tyler Arnone. Daley's newly instilled energy to the program will be on display at U-M Soccer Stadium in the first home match of the season against Vermont on Aug. 31, followed by marquee home clashes against Notre Dame on Sept. 16 and the annual Battle for the Big Bear against Michigan State on Nov. 3.



Venue: Cliff Keen Arena (1,850)

Season Ticket prices (16 matches)
Reserved chairback (sections 4 and 5): $90
General admission (adult): $60
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $50

Individual game prices
Reserved chairback (sections 4 and 5): $8
General admission (adult): $7
General admission (youth/senior citizen): $5

Marquee contests: Eastern Michigan - Anti-Bullying Match (Sept. 14), Illinois (Oct. 10), Michigan State (Oct. 17), Penn State (Oct. 20)

Twitter: @umichvball

2012 Schedule

Head coach Mark Rosen's squads have reached four NCAA Sweet 16s in the past five years, including 2011. Sophomore setter Lexi Dannemiller and fifth-year senior right-side hitter Claire McElheny headline a team that returns four starters from a 22-13 season a year ago. The Wolverines will welcome six newcomers to this year's team after graduating five seniors, including former All-American Alex Hunt. U-M will host two tournaments this season -- Aug. 31-Sept. 1 and Sept. 14-15 -- and feature a full slate of 10 Big Ten matches at Cliff Keen Arena, including perennial national title contenders Penn State on Oct. 20 and Nebraska on Nov. 2.



Venue: Phyllis Ocker Field

Season Ticket prices: N/A

Individual game price: Free

Marquee contests: Northwestern (Oct. 5), Michigan State (Oct. 12), Ohio State (Oct. 14)

Twitter: @umichfldhockey

2012 Schedule

The Michigan field hockey team, led by five-time Big Ten Coach of the Year Marcia Pankratz, returns to the pitch in 2012 looking to build off last season's Big Ten regular-season title and NCAA quarterfinal berth. The Maize and Blue returns All-Big Ten first team and NFHCA All-America honoree Rachael Mack, who led the Wolverines in goals (17) and points (37) last season. Five of last year's top seven point-scorers return in 2012 along with goalkeeper Haley Jones, who recorded nine wins and three shutouts between the pipes last season. Michigan has nine games at Ocker Field in the upcoming campaign, including conference battles against Northwestern on Oct. 5, Michigan State on Oct. 12 and Ohio State on Oct. 14.