Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University Athletics Ticket Office has announced tickets for Bulldog fans who wish to follow the men's ice hockey team to the NCAA Tournament this week in Cincinnati, Ohio, will go on sale Monday morning at 9 a.m. (ET).
The Bulldogs are seeded second in the four-team Midwest Regional and will square off against third-seeded Colgate on Friday (March 28) at 4:30 p.m. (ET) in Cincinnati's US Bank Arena.
The other matchup in the Midwest Regional will feature top-seeded Wisconsin versus fourth-seeded North Dakota at 8 p.m. (ET) with the winner of each game slated to square off in the regional final with a berth in the 2014 Frozen Four on the line Saturday (March 29) at 6:30 p.m.
The FSU Athletics Ticket Office will be selling all-session tickets for $40, which allow for admittance to all three games of the regional tournament on Friday and Saturday. Fans should vist the ticket office in person inside the Ewigleben Sports Complex or call (231) 591-2888 to purchase their tickets.
Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets directly for seating in the Bulldogs' designated ticket locations inside the US Bank Arena. As the number two seed, the Bulldogs will be assigned sections 112/114.
The deadline to purchase tickets sold thru the FSU Athletics Ticket Office is Tuesday (March 25) at Noon (ET) as FSU will be required to return any unsold tickets on Tuesday. FSU will not be selling single game tickets.
Fans can also purchase tickets online at www.ncaa.com/tickets for the Cincinnati regional. However, these seats will not be guaranteed for FSU's designated sections.
In addition to the all-session tickets, the FSU Athletics Department is also currently working on potential fan packages (bus, game ticket & lodging) and will have additional information available on Monday. Please note that there is not a guarantee that there will be fan packages available.
An alumni reception is also being planned for the US Bank Arena on Friday and more details will be forthcoming from the Office of Alumni Relations.