Posted: Mar 7, 2013 1:24 PM
COLUMBIA - The Mizzou softball team begins its home schedule at University Field with Southeastern Conference foe Texas A&M on Friday, March 8 at 6 p.m. The opening home series of the year for the Tigers also features games on Saturday (2 p.m.) and Sunday (noon). Fans are asked to take note of several pieces of helpful information.
Mizzou's ticket offices will open 1 ½ hours before scheduled game times. Ticket office locations are at the main entrance to the University Field/Walton Soccer Field complex and also across the soccer field near the baseball stadium. Will call is located at the main University Field entrance.
General public parking at Mizzou softball games is free of charge. Fans are asked to heed the directions of parking attendants on hand. A shuttle service will be available to individuals parking in lots to the south of Carrie Francke Drive. The pick-up location is at the intersection of Carrie Francke Drive and Research Park Drive.
Fans are additionally encouraged to be mindful of marked handicap accessible seating areas.
No pets or animals are allowed into University Field, with the exception of service animals. Additionally, smoking is not permitted in any area within the facility.
Non-flash still photography is allowed. Cameras with detachable lenses longer than six inches are prohibited from all University Field events. Tripods or other professional photography equipment may not be used without having been issued media credentials.
Mizzou softball supporters will be able to claim copies of the 2013 schedule poster at all home games while supplies last.
Check MUTigers.com and the softball team's social media outlets, @MizzouSoftball and Facebook, for updates and information throughout the season.
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