LEWISTON, Idaho – Season passes and single-match tickets on are sale now for the 2023 LC State Volleyball season, which kicks off Aug. 18. The Warriors open the season under first-year head coach Katie Palmer against Walla Walla University before taking on Montana Western in the lone non-conference matchup in the P1FCU Activity Center this season.
After a trip to Arizona for the OUAZ Invitational, Cascade Conference play picks back up on Sept. 1 and 2 when LC State hosts Northwest and Evergreen State. Defending NAIA National Runner-Up Corban is in town Sept. 15, and the Warriors will take on national powerhouse Eastern Oregon and in-state rival College of Idaho to close out the regular season at home Nov. 3 and 4.
Those who purchase LC State Volleyball season passes will have exclusive access to a meet-and-greet session on Aug. 12 at 5 p.m. Pass holders are invited to attend the Navy vs. Red match and will have a chance to meet the team during a dessert social following the match.
“Season ticket holders not only get to experience a competitive home schedule, but they also become part of our LC State Volleyball family,” Head Coach Katie Palmer said. “I can’t wait to connect with new season ticket holders and reconnect with supporters who have been season ticket holder since my playing days.”
Adult season passes cost $53, and a family pass can be purchased for $84.80. A senior volleyball season pass is $42.40. Single-match tickets range from $6-$8. Please check lcwarriors.com/tickets for all ticket prices.
All tickets, season passes and those for single matches, are general admission with seating available at a first-come, first-served basis. Season passes are valid for all regular-season matches in the P1FCU Activity Center.
Fans are encouraged to download the Hometown Fan App by Hometown Ticketing to make buying tickets to LC State athletic events and entering the venue faster and more efficient. Avoid ticket lines and download the app on the App Store or Google Play.