Oct. 8, 2008
Season tickets for Auburn gymnastics are available through the Auburn Athletic Ticket Office. The Tigers will have six home meets during the 2009 season.
"We have a great home schedule and have added an additional home meet," head gymnastics coach Jeff Thompson said. "I think our 2009 home schedule is the best we have ever had for Auburn fans. Every night will be exciting and every meet will come down to the wire."
Adult season tickets are $25 and youth season passes are $10. Family packs of four passes are available for $60. Season tickets for Auburn faculty are $12.
Auburn opens its home schedule by hosting in-state rival Alabama on Jan. 9. The meet has been selected as the "Pink Meet" for breast cancer awareness.
"We hope that our fans will come out for the first meet versus Alabama and return for every meet after that," Thompson said. "Fans have a chance to see some very exciting competition with some of the best teams in the nation."
The Tiger gymnasts will have a two-meet home stand in late-January by first hosting Iowa State on Jan. 23, and LSU on Jan. 30. The meet against the Cyclones marks the return of former Auburn assistant gymnastics coach Jay Ronayne.
Auburn will again have two weekends at home in Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum during the month of February for contests against Arkansas on Feb. 13, followed by a Feb. 20, meet versus Kentucky.
For the sixth and final home meet, the Tigers will play host to Ohio State on senior night on March 13.
All home meets begin at 7 p.m. at Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum.
For more information, please call the Auburn Ticket Office at 1-800-AUB-1957.