Purchase a Fairfield Stags LaxPass for Exclusive Access to 2021 NCAA National Championship Tickets

Purchase a Fairfield Stags LaxPass for Exclusive Access to 2021 NCAA National Championship Tickets

Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium

See all seven Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse home games for only $39.

The 2020 Fairfield Stags LaxPass is on sale now! Purchase a LaxPass at only $39 for admission to all seven Fairfield Men's Lacrosse home games on Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium this season. Fans who purchase a LaxPass will also get exclusive early access to ticket purchases for the 2021 NCAA Men's Lacrosse National Championship at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford – before they go on sale to the public!
 
Priced at only $39, the Fairfield Stags LaxPass is a savings of $31 for adult fans who attend all seven home games.

Fans in eighth grade and younger can also join the Lil' Stags Club for free admission to all seven men's lacrosse home games, as well as every regular season home game played on campus in all sports.
 
The 2020 Fairfield Men's Lacrosse home slate includes visits from Stony Brook, Quinnipiac, Providence, UMass, and more. The season begins on Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. against Stony Brook.
 
Fans who purchase a Fairfield Stags LaxPass will be contacted directly by the Fairfield Athletics Ticket Office regarding 2021 NCAA National Championship ticket options when information is available in the fall of 2020. Tickets will be on sale to the general public at a later date.

Single-game tickets, a complete promotional schedule, and more will be announced in the coming weeks on FairfieldStags.com.

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Last modified: 12-19-19 9:36 PM

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