BYU women’s soccer offering VIP experience for difficult 2016

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BYU head coach Jennifer Rockwood will lead the Cougars into a difficult 2016 season. (Jaren Wilkey)
BYU head coach Jennifer Rockwood will lead the Cougars into a difficult 2016 season. (Jaren Wilkey)

BYU women’s soccer team is offering an all-new VIP experience for their difficult 2016 schedule.

The VIP experience includes season tickets for the best seats South Field has to offer, as well as catered meals before each home game, a chance to meet the team and a Nike swag bag.

The team is gearing up for what is anticipated to be one of the most brutal schedules the team has had in years, playing against upper tier teams such as Nebraska, Tennessee, St. Mary’s, Penn State and Santa Clara.

Even with the difficult schedule, fan can be sure the Cougars won’t back down.

“We have always tried to challenge ourselves in order to prepare for WCC and potential postseason play,” said BYU head coach Jennifer Rockwood. “We look forward to the opportunity of playing such a competitive non-conference schedule.”

The Cougars finished No. 13 in the nation last season. Most of their players are coming back for this upcoming season, including their top three goal scorers, Ashley Hatch, Nadia Gones and Elena Medeiros, and the WCC’s top goalkeeper, Rachel Boaz. The team finished 11-0 at South Field in 2015 and led the nation in home attendance.

 

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America also believes that BYU should be one of the nation’s top teams. Their first poll of the season was released on Tuesday and the BYU women’s soccer team was No. 16 overall in the poll.

Season tickets and ROC Passes for students are both available at byutickets.com.

For additional notes and information, go to http://byucougars.com/home/w-soccer

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