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MSU volleyball fall 2021 season tickets on sale

July 6, 2021
<p>Sophomore outside hitter Cecilee Max-Brown (20) jumps to kill the ball as the rest of the stadium watches. The Nittany Lions shut out the Spartans, 3-0, on March 20, 2021. </p>

Sophomore outside hitter Cecilee Max-Brown (20) jumps to kill the ball as the rest of the stadium watches. The Nittany Lions shut out the Spartans, 3-0, on March 20, 2021.

Photo by Lauren DeMay | The State News

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2021 fall volleyball schedule with a 20-game season involving 10 home and 10 away matches. 

Fans will now be welcomed back to Jenison Fieldhouse this season after only friends and family were allowed to be in attendance for the 2020-21 season. 

"It was tough for us without our supporters there in person, so we are thrilled to welcome our fans back home to Jenison Field House," Head Coach Cathy George said. "We know the energy and excitement that our passionate fans bring to our home games, and it was never more apparent than when we had to go without it during the 2020-21 campaign.  The robust home schedule will allow us to really showcase not only our team, but the best volleyball in the country night-in and night-out as the Big Ten promises to be as competitive as ever.  We are all very much looking forward to the start of our season."

With the newly set schedule, Michigan State announced season ticket renewals and the sale of season tickets will begin July 6 at the MSU ticket office. 

Adult reserved seat season tickets will be $80 and adult general admission will be $64 for the season. For those ages 9-18, seniors (55+) and MSU employees, a reserved seat season ticket is $64 and $48 for general admission. 

Current MSU students and children under the age of eight have free admissions to any home matches. 

MSU will play 18 home matches at Jenison Fieldhouse, not including the annual Green and White Exhibition that will take place Sept. 17-18. 

"I think we are all happy that we're going to be able to return to a schedule format that we're familiar with, but most importantly that our season appears to be on track for some normalcy," George said. "The last 18 months (have) been a challenge for so many, and we are so thankful to all of the hard work that has gone into us having a different-looking season this past spring but also helping us move forward into what we hope is a more familiar-looking fall 2021 campaign.”

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