Student Tickets For Football Sold Out
AMES, Iowa – Attendance figures at Jack Trice Stadium have soared in the last two seasons and the 2013 campaign appears to be following the same trend. Behind the success of the Iowa State football program under head coach Paul Rhoads, the Iowa State Athletics Department announced today it has sold out of student football season tickets. The allotment was exhausted Thursday morning.
This is the earliest Iowa State has sold out of student season tickets in recent memory, eclipsing the old mark set last year when the ISU student body gobbled up all of the student seating on Aug. 8.
“I can’t say enough about how much we appreciate the support from our students at home football games,” Iowa State head coach Paul Rhoads said. “They have definitely helped us create a home-field advantage and their excitement is contagious.”
Over 50,000 fans have witnessed the Cyclones play in Jack Trice Stadium for a school-record 13-straight games and ISU set single-season school attendance marks the last two seasons (55,274-2012; 53,647-2011).
Season tickets are still available in the grass hillside area for $125. These tickets can be purchased online, by phone at 888-478-2925 or in person at the Iowa State Athletics Ticket Office.
The Cyclones kick-off the 2013 season at home vs. Northern Iowa on Aug. 31 at 7 p.m. Fans are encouraged to wear their favorite Cardinal colored apparel for Color it Cardinal night.
Students can still purchase a Cy's Pass for $30 which includes admission to wrestling, gymnastics, volleyball and women's basketball (excluding holiday break games).