2012 Season Tickets Arrive

July 30, 2012 · Filed Under Football · Comment 

The 2012 season tickets have started arriving in fans mailboxes today. See the photo above for what they look like and what the new parking passes look like as well. The new parking passes are much better than the previous three seasons.

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South Alabama Sports Update 2009-10-04

October 4, 2009 · Filed Under Football, Soccer, Volleyball · Comment 


The Jags next opponent, Georgia Military Junior College is 3-2 on the season with wins over Ellsworth Community College, Arkansas Baptist College and North Carolina Tech. They had an open date this weekend before traveling to Mobile for the game on October 10.

Also, starting this week, multi-year season ticket renewals begin. The USA Ticket Office announced on Friday that they will be offering Jags season ticket holders the chance to lock in their 2009 rates for the 2010 season over the course of the next month. Starting on Monday, renewal letters will be sent out to all fans who chose to sign up for the three-year season ticket plan. This plan allows fans to guarantee the same price for their seats next fall by paying 50% of their balance by November 2.

Fans with season tickets who have not yet signed up for this plan are still able to if they contact the ticket sales office before November 2.

The Jags will kickoff Saturday at 11:30am against NJCAA #17 ranked Georgia Military JC at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday, October 10.

Sun Belt Football:

Arkansas State traveled to #13 Iowa and came close to having an upset. Scoring 14 points in the fourth quarter Arkansas State tried to rally, but a field goal by Iowa in the same quarter was the difference as the Hawkeyes stay undefeated 24-21.

In a high scoring game, Florida International traveled to UL-Monroe but could not get their first win of the season and lost 48-35.

Also winless Florida Atlantic hosted Wyoming but could not notch their first win either as Wyoming bested them in a close 30-28 game.

Currently the Sun Belt standings: UL-Monroe (3-2, 2-0), MTSU (3-1, 1-0), Troy (2-2, 1-0), UL-Lafayette (2-2, 0-0), Western Kentucky (0-4, 0-0), Arkansas State (1-3, 0-1), North Texas (1-3, 0-1), Florida Atlantic 0-4, 0-1) and Florida International (0-4, 0-0).


On Friday the Jags played their first home conference game of the season when they hosted Western Kentucky in The Cage. However the Jags fell 2-0 to the lady Hilltoppers. The loss dropped the Jags to 2-8-1 on the season and are still winless in the Sun Belt at 0-2-1, while the Hilltoppers improve to 7-3-1 on the season and 2-1-0 in the Sun Belt.

Coach Vargas said the the team had problems with sickness this week. “We had eight players at practice this week, because of the flu and sickness. I told the team I didn’t want that to be an excuse or used as a crutch. We just didn’t do the little things we needed to do to be successful today.”

The Jaguars are scheduled to play Middle Tennessee at 1pm today. The Jags will be on the road next weekend to play North Texas at 7pm on Friday and Denver at noon on Sunday.


The Jags dropped three matches this week. On Monday the Jags dropped their match in Troy in straight sets (18-25, 23-25, 20-25). Then on Friday the Jags lost again in straight sets at Arkansas State (19-25, 14-25, 10-25). On Saturday the Jags lost 3-1 against University of Arkansas-Little Rock (16-25, 17-25, 25-16, 16-25).

With the three losses, the Jags fall to 9-9 overall but stay winless in the Sun Belt at 0-5.

Next weekend the Jags will host three opponents in three days. On Friday they play UL-Lafayette at 5pm, then University of New Orleans at 5pm on Saturday, then UL-Monroe at 1pm on Sunday.

I Ordered My USA Football Season Tickets

November 3, 2008 · Filed Under Football · Comment 

This morning, season tickets for USA Football went on sale and according to the person I spoke to at the athletic office I was the first to order. However, they have had several calls regarding information about tickets.

Currently they are available to donors to the football club, which is still without a name, and season ticket holders for football and baseball. They will go on sale to the public in a couple weeks. People who get season tickets now will then be able to choose their location in the spring. The order for choosing seating location will depend on the number of points you have which I wrote about in the previous post.

Go Jags!

Football Season Tickets Available Beginning Monday

October 31, 2008 · Filed Under Football, News · Comment 

On Friday, South Alabama announced that season tickets for the first year of South Alabama football will be available. For two weeks, donors to the Football Support Club or basketball season ticket holders will be able to purchase their 2009 season tickets in advance. Season tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Monday, November 17th.

Since the 2009 schedule has not been released, the ticket prices are based on a six game home schedule. The prices are quite affordable with tickets costing only $75 each for either sideline or endzone tickets for $39 each. Students get in free with seating in the fan section.

There are 4 different plans to choose from with the first three being mulit-year commitments that lock in the current price for tickets through 2011. The forth plan only commits for the 2009 season and does not guarantee prices for future seasons.

Depending on cash received, gifts-in-kind and outstanding pledge balances those factors will determine access to and seating locations for football, men’s basketball, baseball, ncaa tournaments, bowl games, SBC tournaments, ncaa events hosted by USA, tickets for away games, priority parking at home contests and any athletic event where demand exceeds ticket availability.

Seat selection for USA Football will begin in the spring with these priority points being used to determine appointment times for season ticket holders to choose their seating location.

Season tickets for all Jaguar athletic events can be purchased by calling the ticket hotline 251.461.1USA.

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Basketball Season Tickets Now Available

October 27, 2008 · Filed Under Men's · Comment 

I received an email stating that the time is now to get reserve seats for the upcoming basketball season. Starting at $50 this will guarantee you a seat for all of the home games. This works out to less than $3 a game, how can you go wrong there? Plus with games against Arkansas and WKU (Who made it to the sweet 16) its going to be a great season.

Call 461.1USA to get tickets today and cheer on the Jags from the stands.

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