Track Ticket On Sale Friday

Track Ticket On Sale Friday

EUGENE, Ore. – Single meet tickets for the 2013 track and field regular season, as well the 2013 Prefontaine Classic, will go on sale Friday morning at 9 a.m. online at www.GoDucks.com/tickets. Phone sales (1-800-WEBFOOT or 541-346-4461) and in person sales at the Athletic Ticket Office in the Moshofsky Center will also begin at 9 a.m.

All-session passes for the 2013 NCAA Championships, as well as 2013 UO season tickets are also available.

Oregon's regular season meets include the March 16 Oregon Preview, April 6 Pepsi Team Invitational (Oregon, Texas A&M, Washington, Washington State), April 19-20 Oregon Relays/Arkansas Dual (men) and the May 3 Oregon Twilight.

UO single meet ticket prices are $15 for adult reserved, $12 for adult general admission, $10 for child/senior G.A. and $7 for group tickets. Additional fees may apply.

The regular season features the April 6 Pepsi Team Invitational, which will find Texas A&M travelling to Eugene for the third time in the last four years. Joining the Ducks and Aggies will be men's and women's teams from both Washington and Washington State, with the Ducks' storied rivals from the Palouse returning to the Pepsi meet for the first time since 1997.

The regular season also includes an interesting men's dual meet with Arkansas surrounding the April 19-20 Oregon Relays.

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