Monday, May 06, 2013

NCAA 1st Round Lax Tickets Now Sold Out

Tickets for the 2013 NCAA Tournament First Round game between #4 seeded University of Denver men's lacrosse team and the University at Albany are now sold-out. General admission Grassy Knoll Tickets are now being sold @ $15.

Purchase the tickets online: http://bit.ly/t9JY6Y

The game will be sold out by Tuesday.

Adults $15 - Students $5

15 comments:

Dunker said...

Very jealous!! Wish I lived closer. I will start looking at Indy flights should we win. Go DU.
Thought. Albany's 3 stare are Native American. They should meet Boone, and if then so inclined, sign the petition to keep Boone.

Anonymous said...

I think our women's lacrosse team will go farther in the tournament than our men's team. I just don't see anything magical happening with this year's team--they eked out a win vs. Air Force, multiple OT games, lost twice towards the end of the season against teams they should have beat. Tierney is a coaching legend. But you see DU trail basically the whole game against Ohio State and not make any effective adjustments, and it makes you wonder how much of a difference our legendary coach actually makes. Hope I'm wrong, but I think DU will be one and done this year.

dggoddard said...

DU should beat Albany at home. Sellout crowd and great atmosphere will be a huge boost.

Likely will face North Carolina in the next round and the Tar Heels probably should of been the #1 overall seed.

Interesting to hear the head of the selection Committee say that DU, Syracuse, Ohio State, Duke & UNC were all interchangable at #1.

Makes one wonder if DU could of been the #1 over seed if they had taken care of business against Ohio State.

timt89 said...

Albany's mascot is the Great Dane. While the Great Dane clearly is a dog, the name is a clear reference to the 'Danish' people. By calling a group, such as the Danish "Great", we are elevating one group above another. Furthermore, this ethnic group lacks diversity and committed atrocities by conquering and oppressing neighboring countries during the great Viking expansion in 1035. This is clearly unacceptable. If we are to remain true to our new Pioneer ideals we should forfeit the game with Albany.

Anonymous said...

Timmy, how does it feel to have an MBA(yea...right!)from DU and repeatedly have your posts removed for making retarded statements?

You better head back to elementary school and re-learn the part about acting your age.

DG, you sure attract the bright ones.

Anonymous said...

hey anon:3:05
That little round Disney Boone is offensive to ??????.. Just who would that be 3:05??

Anonymous said...

If Jeremy Noble can play at speed for signifiant minutes, it would make DU as good as anyone.

If he can only play sparingly we probably won't get to Phildelphia.

dggoddard said...

DU just reported that Lax game will be sold out by tomorrow. If you are thinking of going, do it today.

Student tickets are only $5.

timt89 said...

Anon 3:05 wrong on all counts.

I have never had any commens removed from LetsGoDU. I did not get an MBA at DU - I went to Northwestern for grad school.

Only my wife calls me Timmy and immature. Is that you, Bertha?

Anonymous said...

Wtf are u talking about??? You just had one of your retard rants removed today before your 1:58 dissertation about the Great Dane.

FYI ..... You're pretty much the only that has their posts removed by DG.

Northwestern MBA .......yawn......

Anonymous said...

If Coach Tierney doesn't win the NCAA Championship will he be fired and have his contract terminated? If so we could hire a cheaper coach, who would more than likely jump ship for an opening at his Alma-mater in a couple years, and give the money saved to the basketball program. Who by the way will rock the Summit League!

Ron Jewett said...

GA Tickets are sold out, they're now selling tickets for the grassy knoll on the east side of the stadium...same price, $15.

r

dggoddard said...

Great to see that they sold out in around 36 hours. Sure to be a fun evening.

Anonymous said...

I cannot muster up anything besides sympathy for the kid--he grew up in North Dakota, and now has to go to school there. Why punish yourself, kid? You could have escaped to Colorado!

Anonymous said...

oops, the above post was supposed to be directed to whatever thread that had a gage ausmus discussion. I better put down the bottle