The Department of Athletics sets regular season ticket prices for all sports in accordance with university policies. Prices and policies concerning North Coast Athletic Conference and NCAA tournament contests are set by each respective organization. For information regarding any upcoming NCAC and NCAA events held at Wittenberg, please check the Athletics home page.
For any questions that aren't answered here, or for questions regarding a specific event, please contact Kuris Duggan at 937-327-6469.
Tickets can be purchased using cash or credit cards.
Veterans/Seniors (55+)/Youth (18 and under)
Admission to baseball, cross country, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, golf, softball, swimming & diving, volleyball, tennis and track & field events are available to attend free of charge. Current students, faculty and staff must present valid Wittenberg identification to get in free at basketball and football games.
- Group Tickets
- Wittenberg Students
- Visiting Students
- Prospective Students
- Severe Weather Policies
Ticket prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Spectators must adhere to university, North Coast Athletic Conference and NCAA policies, as well as all applicable law or face removal from the site of competition.
Ticket gates are easy to access at all facilities where tickets are required. At Edwards-Maurer Field (football, soccer, lacrosse), the south gate, nearest Bill Edwards Drive, is open for all sports with tickets available for purchase. The north gate, nearest West McCreight Avenue, opens for football games only. At Pam Evans Smith Arena (basketball, volleyball), the ticket booth is located in the Legends Lobby of the HPER Center. At Carleton Davidson Stadium (baseball), fans enter through the gate behind home plate, near the main entrance from the parking lot.
Wittenberg does not operate a ticket office, and tickets are generally available only at the gates, which normally open one hour prior to the listed game time. In certain cases, such as an expected sellout or postseason competition, a pre-sale may be held.
In certain cases, such as an anticipated sellout or near-sellout crowd, North Coast Athletic Conference tournament events and NCAA tournament events, a pre-sale may be held. The Department of Athletics will release information regarding pre-sales as early as possible, generally 7-10 days in advance of the event. Please check the Athletics home page and news releases for more information regarding specific events. Passes issued by Wittenberg or the North Coast Athletic Conference are not valid at the gate during regular season presale situations, but may be presented at the pre-sale location in exchange for tickets.
Wittenberg University and the Department of Athletics are happy to make reasonable accomodations for disabled spectators at all facilities. For information about the accessibility of a specific facility, please visit the facilities page. For more information or to request an accomodation, please contact Kuris Duggan at 937-327-6469.
Wittenberg does not offer group ticket packages, with the exception of some youth organizations. If you are interested in bringing your youth organization to a Wittenberg athletic contest, please contact the head coach of the sport you wish to attend, or contact Kuris Duggan at 937-327-6469.
Wittenberg student-athletes are permitted to place the names of four family members on a passlist for all home events that require tickets, allowing them to enter the event free of charge. North Coast Athletic Conference opponents will also be allowed to place up to four (4) family members on a passlist. There is no passlist for non-conference opponents.
Certain groups, such as the Benjamin Prince Society, Tiger Club and North Coast Athletic Conference, issue passes for one or multiple sports. Wittenberg-issued passes admit the bearer and in some cases a guest to regular season contests played at Wittenberg. NCAC passes admit the bearer and in some cases a guest to any regular season contest between two NCAC institutions, home and away. Generally, passes may be presented at the gate in lieu of a ticket. In some cases, such as a presale situation, tickets are still required at the gate, in which case passes may be presented during the presale to receive tickets. If you have a question or would like more information regarding your pass, please contact the issuer of the pass or Kuris Duggan at 937-327-6469.
Wittenberg students are admitted free of charge with valid student ID to all regular season home contents in every sport. In the event of a pre-sale, all students must have a pre-sold ticket to gain entry. A valid student ID can be presented during a regular season pre-sale for one free ticket per ID, but an ID will not be accepted at the gate for a presold game.
Students who attend an opponent institution may purchase tickets at the senior/child rate ($3-5) with a valid institutional ID.
Prospective students interested in attending a game should set up a visit with the Office of Admission or contact an appropriate coach.
Most events are general admission. At football games, selected seats in the center section, painted red, are reserved. Events at Pam Evans Smith Arena with large anticipated crowds may be ticketed by section. Reserved seating is available for men's basketball by contacting Kuris Duggan at 937-327-6469. For more details regarding seating locations, refer to the following PDF seating diagrams: Edwards-Maurer Field (football); Edwards-Maurer Field (field hockey, soccer, lacrosse); Pam Evans Smith Arena; Carleton Davidson Stadium.
In the event of severe weather at one of our outdoor facilities, a public address announcement will be made and Wittenberg athletics staff will provide all participants and spectators with further instructions.
Tornado Warning: At the time a tornado warning is issued by the National Weather Service, it is mandatory that all present seek shelter inside the HPER Center or nearest building.
Lightning: If lightning is present, play will be halted for 30 minutes from the most recent strike detected. It is mandatory that all spectators leave the seating area of any outdoor venue, and recommended that all spectators seek shelter in the HPER Center or other nearest building, or inside personal vehicles.