Monday, June 03, 2013

Monday--June 3, 2013

From the UMass website:

May 30, 2013

AMHERST, Mass. - The University of Massachusetts football team will host its annual UMass Football Open House for all fans, donors, season ticket holders and friends on Tuesday, June 4 from 6-8 PM. This event is free, open to the general public, and will be held at the UMass Football Offices on 101 University Drive in Amherst.

Fans are invited to join Head Coach Charley Molnar, Assistant Football Coaches, football student-athletes, and members of the department's External Relations Team for an inside look at Minutemen Football, autographs from student-athletes and information on 2013 ticket opportunities.

This event will allow fans to hear about the team for the upcoming season and have a chance to interact in a one-on-one setting with the coaches and players. Additionally fans will have the opportunity to secure season ticket packages and get other information on upcoming events which will be held throughout the summer.

There will also be a chance to get autographed memorabilia, take photos with members of the program, and see what's new for 2013.

The evening's festivities will include a question and answer session with Coach Molnar, guided tours of the facilities, and the ability for fans to walk out of the Open House as the proud new owner of 2013 football season tickets.

It is NOT required to RSVP, but encouraged. To RSVP for the event, fans can call the UMass Football Office at 413-545-2026 or email us at

Fans may park for free in the parking area. There will be signs pointing to the event on University Drive, next to the post office.

Minutemen football season tickets are currently on sale. If interested, fans are encouraged to call 866-UMASS-TIX or visit Single game tickets for lower level seating will go on sale July 8.

The Football Open House is part of this summer's `All In!' Tour as Charley Molnarand the UMass football program look to engage fans across the state in advance of the 2013 season. The remaining events are as follows


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