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PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG Lafayette has led the Patriot League in attendance the past three seasons.
PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG
Lafayette has led the Patriot League in attendance the past three seasons.
PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG

July 15, 2011

EASTON, Pa. - Full season ticket packages for the 2011 Lafayette football campaign are now on sale to the general public. The first 20 new season tickets purchased will receive two tickets to the Wednesday, August 31 Lehigh Valley IronPigs game, appropriately themed "Football Night." The tickets are for the PPL Picnic Patio section of Coca-Cola Park, featuring a two-hour, all-you-can-eat buffet as well as a chance to chat with Lafayette Head Coach Frank Tavani and the Lafayette Sports Network's Gary Laubach.

Adult season ticket packages are $90, while senior citizens are valued at $65 and $50 for children 13 and under. Season ticket packages are $90 for Fisher Stadium chairback owners. The package includes a spot at all five home games inside Fisher Stadium, as well as a guaranteed reservation at the 147th meeting between Lafayette, the Patriot League leader in attendance for the past three seasons, and arch rival Lehigh, while supplies last.

The home schedule kicks off when Harvard makes a visit to Fisher Stadium for the second consecutive season on Oct. 1. Following a bye week, the Leopards welcome Yale on Oct. 15. Throughout the game, the best dishes from Lafayette's executive chefs will be available to the crowd, including the entire Lafayette freshmen class.

The Leopards rejoin Patriot League play a week later when Fordham comes to Easton for a 1 p.m. kick-off on Homecoming Weekend. Bucknell continues league play on Oct. 29, Family Weekend on College Hill. The Leopards have defeated the Bison nine straight seasons.

Colgate makes an appearance on Nov. 5, the final home game of the 2011 campaign. That night, the first-ever November night game in the history of Fisher Stadium will entertain all Easton residents to special activities at the game. In addition, all concession stands will be selling one-dollar hot dogs throughout the evening.

Mini-season packages are also now available, giving fans the opportunity to select three home games of their choice. Adults are $35, while senior citizens are $20 and $15 for youth ages 13 and under.

 

 

Single game tickets and admission into the Coke Zone, Fisher Stadium's full-buffet section, will go on sale Sept. 12.

To purchase season tickets, please visit the GoLeopards.com Ticket Store or call the Athletic Ticket Office at (610) 330-5471.