Missouri football slashes ticket prices
MU athletics announced Monday that 85 percent of season ticket prices will drop or remain the same for the 2019 season.
The price decreases saves an average of $132 per seat. For the percentage of seats that did increase, the prices were raised $20 per ticket.
Student packages have decreased as well. Students will now pay $150 for the “All-Sport Pass,” down from $260 last season, if tickets are purchased prior to Aug. 1. The price increases to $200 after Aug. 1.
Memorial Stadium will also see new section designations. Instead of letters, all sections will now be labeled with numbers. The eastern side of the stadium’s south end starts the numbering at 101.
According to Southeastern Conference rules, Missouri’s decision to move to the West sideline means the student section must follow suit. Students will now be located in sections 102-103 and 107-110.
2019 MU football spring game to air on ESPNU
TV schedules for SEC spring football games were announced Monday by ESPN and the SEC Network. Missouri’s 2019 spring game will air at 3 p.m. April 13 on ESPNU.
MU gymnastics drops to No. 15 in national poll
Missouri gymnastics fell two spots in this week’s national rankings. The Tigers now sit at No. 15 in the nation after they were leapfrogged by Florida and California.
Including Missouri, six Southeastern Conference teams filled out the top 15. Florida was just behind top-ranked Oklahoma at No. 2. LSU came in at No. 5, while Georgia and Alabama tagged behind at Nos. 7 and 9, respectively. Auburn settled outside the top 10 at No. 11, with Kentucky close behind at No. 13.
Next, the Tigers travel to St. Charles for the Mardi Gras Invitational, where they’ll face off against No. 4 Utah and No. 5 LSU starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
— Missourian staff