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July 13, 2013

Season tickets available for EMCC football

SCOOBA — Season tickets are currently available for East Mississippi Community College’s five-game 2013 home football schedule.

    Available at a cost of $150, EMCC’s 2013 season football tickets are for chair back reserved seating, which also includes preferential parking located near Sullivan-Windham Field for all Lion home football games.  As an added feature, EMCC’s 2013 season football ticket orders would also include tickets to any postseason football games to possibly be hosted by the Lions during the first two Saturdays of November.

    East Mississippi football fans may order their season tickets online at www.EMCCAthletics.com or by contacting Ginnie Cody of the EMCC athletic office by calling 662-476-5728 or e-mailing mcody@eastms.edu.  In addition to purchasing season tickets online via PayPal, EMCC fans may also order season tickets over the phone by using MasterCard or Visa.

    EMCC’s five-game home football schedule kicks off Thursday, Sept. 5 against traditional rival East Central Community College.  Southwest Mississippi, another MACJC South Division foe, invades Sullivan-Windham Field the following week on Sept. 12.  Homecoming 2013 will have the Coahoma Tigers visiting the Scooba campus for a 2 p.m. contest on Saturday, Sept. 28.  The Lions’ MACJC North Division home slate also features the Tigers of Northeast Mississippi on Thursday, Oct. 10 and the Itawamba Indians for the regular-season finale on Thursday, Oct. 24.

    Ranked sixth nationally in this year’s JCGridiron.com Dirty 30 preseason rankings, the EMCC Lions will kick off their 2013 football slate on the road versus Pearl River Community College on Thursday, Aug. 29 in Poplarville.

 

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