University of Hawaii students can purchase individual tickets for Warrior football games this season in the Super Rooter section.
UH students can
purchase rooter tickets
Tickets in the Tier I package, which includes every home game except the nonconference meetings with the Air Force Academy and Brigham Young, are $3. A guest sideline seat is $19 and a guest end zone spot is $15.
Tickets in the Tier II package, which includes the Air Force and BYU games, are $3. The guest sideline seat is $24 with the guest end zone spot costing $20.
All students must show a valid I.D. upon sale and when entering the Aloha Stadium gate. There will be no exceptions. One student ticket and one guest ticket are allowed per I.D. Sales end at noon on the day before the scheduled game.
Students can buy tickets at the UH campus center from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Tickets can also be purchased Mondays through Fridays at the Stan Sheriff Center from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the Aloha Stadium box office Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call 956-4480.
UH soccer schedule has new lookThe Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Invitational women's soccer tournament took on a new look yesterday.
One of the participating teams -- the Eastern Illinois Panthers -- have canceled their trip here.
"Their coach (Steve Ballard) told me he and his athletic director (Rich McDuffie) decided it was not wise to travel at this time," said UH coach Pinsoom Tenzing.
Cal State Northridge will make the trip. The Matadors and Wahine will play Saturday and Monday with both matches starting at 7 p.m. at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.
Turtle Bay Championship tickets go on saleTickets to the inaugural $1.5 million Turtle Bay Championship Senior PGA golf tournament are now on sale.
The admission price to the Oct. 5-7 event at the Turtle Bay Resort is $10, and tickets are available at all First Hawaiian Bank locations and Ticketmaster (1-877-280-8065).
A special three-day pass is available for $20, and parking is free.
There will be no charge to enter the tournament's Pro-Am and other scheduled auxiliary events Oct. 1-4. For more information, call 545-1588.
BYUH water polo loses to Loyola MarymountThe Brigham Young-Hawaii men's water polo team lost to No. 11 Loyola Marymount 16-7 yesterday in a makeup match.
The defeat dropped the Seasiders to 3-6 for the season. Vanja Kalabic led BYU-Hawaii with three goals. Tyler Oakes, Mike Rieben and Clint Stevens managed a goal each as well.
The Seasiders' next match is Friday against Chaminade.
Hawaii's OwnMike Fetters, Pirates: The Iolani graduate took his first loss as a Pirate yesterday, giving up three runs to go with the three outs he induced.
Fetters was waved in from the bullpen to shut down Mike Piazza with two outs in the eighth, and he did so, striking him out. Fetters had faced Piazza only once before in his career, walking him.
But Fetters unraveled in the ninth, allowing New York to break a 1-1 tie after plunking Tsuyoshi Shinjo and walking Jay Payton with two outs.
Rey Ordonez plated Shinjo with a single to left, then Mark Johnson sent Fetters to the showers with a two-run double.
Chris Truby, Astros: The Damien alumnus has not played since Sept. 5, but may get a pinch-hitting chance against San Francisco closer Rob Nen today. Truby has faced Nen twice in his brief major league career, but has yet to reach base against him.