will be a sports festival of sorts for Nebraska athletics with four other games
on tap in Lincoln besides the annual Red-White Spring Football Game, which has
sold nearly 70,000 tickets.
is 1 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. At 9 a.m.
Saturday, the Huskers host Minnesota in soccer. At 3 p.m., Nebraska hosts
Baylor in softball. At 4:05 p.m., the Huskers host Kansas in baseball, and at 7
p.m., Nebraska’s volleyball team hosts Illinois.
remain on sale throughout the week for all contests and can be purchased at
Huskers.com, by calling the Athletic Ticket Office (1-800 8 BIG RED) or in
person at the Ticket Office in the Stadium Drive Parking Garage (8 a.m. to 5
tickets will likely remain available for sale on game day. If that is the case,
tickets will be sold beginning at 9 a.m. at the Athletic Ticket Office outside
windows on Stadium drive or at ticket windows near Gate 10 (West side) and Gate
20 (East side).
students and faculty who are eligible for free or reduced tickets for Saturday’s
game are encouraged to pick up their tickets in advance of Saturday in order to
avoid long lines on game day.
of youth taking part in the Drug Free Pledge are also encouraged to secure
tickets in advance of game-day to ensure free admittance for the youth, and
avoid long waits at ticket lines on Saturday.
Stadium gates will open at 11:30 a.m. in advance of the 1 p.m. kickoff. A
number of parking lots in close proximity to Memorial Stadium are reserved and
will require a parking pass, which have been previously sent to qualifying
donors. UNL Parking Services will cashier the lot at 14th and Avery (Parking
Garage) and numerous other campus lots. The charge will be $5 per vehicle.
will be available at Haymarket Park for those going to the baseball and
softball games on a first-come, first-served basis.
will provide shuttle service from South Pointe (27th and Pine Lake)
and North Star High School (5801 North 33rd). The cost is $4 per adult person
each way and $1 for children. The buses will park in the East Stadium
loop. Shuttles begin at 11 a.m. and return trips begin at the start of the
a run-down of all the events taking place on Saturday:
9 a.m.—Husker Nation
Pavilion opens (free); 9:30 a.m.—Nebraska
soccer vs. Minnesota, Nebraska Soccer Field (free); 1 p.m.—Red-White Spring Game, Memorial Stadium ($10 reserved
tickets available); 3 p.m.—Nebraska
softball vs. Baylor, Bowlin Stadium (free with football ticket, $1 with baseball
ticket); 4:05 p.m.—Nebraska baseball
vs. Kansas, Hawks Field (single-game tickets available); 7 p.m.—Nebraska volleyball vs. Illinois, Nebraska Coliseum (tickets
available through NU Ticket office, $10 and $8).