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Women's hockey season tickets on sale now


ON WISCONSIN <b>Order your season tickets and celebrate with the Badgers this season!</b>
ON WISCONSIN
Order your season tickets and celebrate with the Badgers this season!
ON WISCONSIN

July 21, 2010

WisconsinHockey2010.com

MADISON, Wis. -- The Wisconsin women's hockey season is just around the corner, which means it's time to order season tickets and be a part of the continued success that is Wisconsin hockey.

The Badgers will return to the ice this season led by head coach Mark Johnson who is back after leading Team USA to a silver medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.

Current season ticket holders are encouraged to order their tickets now for the 2010-11 season. The ordering period will run through Aug. 20.

Season ticket orders for new season ticket holders are also currently being accepted. Please place your orders early to ensure the best seats for the best games at the Kohl Center this season.

For complete ticket information, visit WisconsinHockey2010.com and click on "Women's Hockey."

A student season ticket for women's hockey may be attained with the purchase of the Red Card, which includes one general admission to all regular-season home games.

The Red Card, which costs $25, also provides UW students general admission to all regular-season home events for women's basketball, volleyball, men's soccer, women's soccer, wrestling and softball. Red Cards are currently on sale online at UWBadgers.com.

For all Wisconsin women's hockey information, check out UWBadgers.com. Stay tuned for the release of the Badgers 2010-11 schdule coming in August.

2010-11 Women's Hockey Season Tickets
WisconsinHockey2010.com
Season Tickets Overview
• Current Season Ticket Holders: Order 2010-11 Tickets  Order Guide Get     Acrobat  Reader
• New Season Ticket Holders: 2010-11 Ticket Application Get     Acrobat  Reader  Order Guide Get     Acrobat  Reader
• UW-Madison Students: Red Card Information

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