ROCHESTER, NY – RIT Athletics announced that single game tickets for the 2014-15 season, its inaugural season at the Gene Polisseni Center, go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, August 19 at www.rithockey.com or by calling the Gordon Field House Box Office at (585) 475-4121. Season ticket packages for both the men’s and women’s are currently on sale and can also be purchased online or at the Gordon Field House Box Office.
The Tigers are embarking into a new era, beginning their first season at the Gene Polisseni Center, located on the south end of campus. The building will have 4,000 seats, with additional standing room only space for a total capacity of 4,300 fans. Here is the complete 2014-15 RIT men’s hockey schedule and 2014-15 RIT women’s hockey schedule.
The Gene Polisseni Center will include general admission standing and bench seating (Student section, Corner Crew, Pep Band area), reserved chair back seating, as well as club seats, which include a full buffet, and cash bar. For a list of complete amenities available at the Gene Polisseni Center, click here.
The RIT women open the Gene Polisseni Center with an exhibition contest against the Pursuit of Excellence program from British Columbia on Monday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m., while the men host Brock University in an exhibition on Saturday, Oct. 4 at 7:05 p.m.
Below is a list of all single-game pricing options. For all season ticket packages, click here.
University Arenas (Gordon Field House and Gene Polisseni Center)
Box Office Hours, Starting August 19:
Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (non-game days)
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. (game days)
General Admission Single Game:
Adults – $12
RIT Faculty/Staff/Alumni – $10 (four ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
Youth (12 and under) – $6
RIT Students – $5 (four ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
Reserved Chairback Seating Single Game:
Adults – $15
RIT Faculty/Staff/Alumni/Students – $13 (four ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
Youth (12 and under) – $8
*Club Seating Single Game*:
Adults – $28
RIT Faculty/Staff/Alumni/Student – $26 (four ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
Youth (12 and under) – $20
Boston College Contest at Blue Cross Arena, Oct. 18:
Adults – $15
Faculty/Staff/Alumni (in advance) – $13 (one ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
External Students – $9
RIT Students (purchased on RIT Campus) – $6 (one ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
Children 5 and under – $5
Women’s Single Game Pricing
RIT Staff/Faculty/Alumni – $4
RIT Students – Free (one ticket limit per valid RIT ID)
*Club seat pricing includes a full buffet and optional cash bar.
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