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Penn State 2011 student football season ticket sales begin Monday, June 20

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Complete schedule available at student central on www.GoPSUsports.com

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.; June 16, 2011– The 2011 Penn State student football ticket sale will begin on Monday, June 20. The Senior class will once again kick-off the sale on Monday, with the sale continuing through the Friday, June 24 graduate student ticket sale.

A complete set of instructions and the daily schedule are posted at Student Central (http://www.gopsusports.com/studentcentral).

Intercollegiate Athletics recommends that all students eligible to participate next week thoroughly review all sale instructions before their assigned ticket sale date. Students should also consider printing out a copy of the sale instructions for reference while purchasing their ticket. All sales will occur online.

Pre-registration was not required for this year’s sale and each class will be allocated a specific amount of tickets. A "Sold Out" message will be posted to Student Central when ticket resources have been exhausted for that day's respective class sale.

Students looking forward to being part of the best student section in the country for a powerhouse home schedule that includes Alabama, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois and Purdue are strongly encouraged to buy season tickets. Demand is expected to be high for many games. There will be no guest ticketing for either the Alabama or the Nebraska games.

More than 21,000 student football season tickets will be available for the Nittany Lions' passionate and energetic student section. For an additional $59, students will be able to purchase 2011-12 men’s basketball season tickets for the Nittany Lions’ first season under new head coach Patrick Chambers. Lady Lion basketball will feature free admission for students this year. Students may also purchase the official 2011 Penn State White Out T-shirt or join the Student Nittany Lion Club during this year's sale.

For more information on important dates as well as the purchasing process, please visit: http://www.gopsusports.com/ot/studentcentral.html. Students should note all deadlines and procedures that need to be followed.

Specific questions about the sale can be addressed by calling the Athletics Customer Relations Center at 1-800-NITTANY (648-8269) or emailing questions to: studenttickets@psu.edu.

STUDENT TICKET SALE SCHEDULE

  • SENIORS - June 20: Sale begins at 7:00 AM Eastern Time. Sale concludes when all Senior allocated tickets are sold or 2:00 PM Eastern Time.
  • JUNIORS - June 21: Sale begins at 7:00 AM Eastern Time. Sale concludes when all Junior allocated tickets are sold or 2:00 PM Eastern Time.
  • SOPHOMORES - June 22: Sale begins at 7:00 AM Eastern Time. Sale concludes when all Sophomore allocated tickets are sold or 2:00 PM Eastern Time.
  • FRESHMEN - June 23: Sale begins at 8:00 PM Eastern Time. Sale concludes when all freshmen allocated tickets are sold or 12:00 AM Eastern Time.
  • GRADUATE STUDENTS - June 24: Sale begins at 7:00 AM Eastern Time. Sale concludes when all Graduate Student allocated tickets are sold or 2:00 PM Eastern Time.
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