UVa. men’s lacrosse game with VMI moved up a day due to weather forecast

UVa. men’s lacrosse game with VMI moved up a day due to weather forecast

uva-vmi2The men’s lacrosse game between UVa. and VMI scheduled for Tuesday, March 25 has been moved to Monday, March 24 because of a forecast for inclement weather on Tuesday. Faceoff is set for 7 p.m. at Klöckner Stadium.
Fans with tickets for Tuesday’s game that cannot attend the game on Monday may exchange their tickets in advance for a General Admission ticket to any other regular season game by calling the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 542-8821 during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or bring their ticket stubs to the gate for General Admission seating at any remaining regular season home game, subject to seat availability at the time of arrival.




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