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Those in the Steel City interested in traveling to Minnesota for the Thunderwolves NCAA first round playoff game - here is some information listed below to help your travels north. 

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PUEBLO, Colo. (November 13, 2017) - Tickets for the 2017 NCAA Division II Playoffs First Round matchup with No. 20 Colorado State University-Pueblo at No. 1 Minnesota State University, Mankato can be purchased online or at the game Saturday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. MT in Mankato, Minnesota. The CSU-Pueblo Alumni Association is also hosting a tailgate Saturday.

To purchase tickets online, click HERE. Ticket prices are listed below. 

Tickets Prices:
Reserved tickets (in specific sections) - $15
General Admission Adult - $10
General Admission Youth/Senior Citizen - $5
College Students - $3

Will call tickets to be picked up at north end zone ticket bunker.

TAILGATE INFORMATION

The Alumni Association will be hosting a pre-game "tailgate" prior to the CSU-Pueblo Football game Saturday vs. Minnesota State.

The event will begin at 10 a.m. in the AmericInn Conference Center directly across the street from the stadium (240 Stadium Road).

Breakfast will be $15 per person and a cash bar will be available.

Fans can pay at the door, but RSVPs are requested in order to finalize a food count.

Please contact Tracy Samora, Director of Alumni Relations, 719-549-2858 or 719-289-2138, tracy.samora@csupueblo.edu to make your reservation.

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