SAN ANGELO, Texas - From Angelo State University communications:
Angelo State fans have a unique opportunity to purchase 2012-2013 football and family season tickets for all Ram and Rambelle home events for the same price as 2011-2012 and it will cost families only 25 cents per member for each event.
Families will still be able to secure season ticket prices for all ASU home events for $125. Two adults and three children will pay just 25 cents per ASU home event with a family pass. Individuals can purchase general admission passes for only $50 for all home Angelo State events.
Angelo State reserved football season tickets are on sale for $35 in Section D and Upper Section C. If fans purchase tickets by August 10th, they can receive their same seats as last year.
Single game reserved tickets will be available at the Junell Center ticket office for $10 prior to each game day, with adult general admission tickets and student general admission tickets selling for $5 and $2, respectively. The same general admission pricing applies for soccer and volleyball tickets.
All active duty military and their dependents will receive free admission to all athletic events with a valid military ID. All Angelo State students will continue to receive free admission with an ASU One Card.
The Angelo State athletic department won three Lone Star Conference titles during the 2011-2012 seasons and advanced eight programs to NCAA postseason play. Lee Neumann and Elsamartina Apo earned Lone Star Conference Player of the Year award in baseball and softball and Apo was selected as the LSC Female Athlete of the Year. Kevin Brooks, James Reid and Travis Scott all were picked as coaches of the year in their respective sports.
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