April 19, 2017
By Robby Hamman
NOTRE DAME PARKING MAP
NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- The No. 6 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team hosts No. 16 North Carolina at noon ET on Saturday, April 22 in the teams regular-season home finale. The Notre Dame campus will be especially busy with the Blue-Gold Game and home softball games also taking place on Saturday.
Below is a list of important things to know before heading to Arlotta for Saturday's game.
- The game vs. North Carolina is sold out to the general public.
- However, a limited supply of student tickets are still available. Students can pick up tickets throughout the week and up to game time as long as supplies last.
- Lacrosse season ticket holders can park in the Gold Lot (adjacent to Arlotta Stadium) by showing their season ticket pass, on a first come-first served basis. Here is a map for Saturday's parking.
- All other fans can park in the remaining lots (between the Joyce Center and Compton Family Ice Arena) on first come-first served with no pass required.
- Gates open at Arlotta Stadium at 11 a.m.
- Giveaway: men's lacrosse poster (while supplies last).
- Senior team members and student managers will be honored pregame.
-- ND --
The University of Notre Dame men's lacrosse team pursues excellence on and off the field through the three pillars in which the program is built: Character, Culture & Community. These three foundational values guide the promise of the program, which is to provide its student-athletes with the most compelling and enriching experience in all of college athletics. Through academics, competition, service and travel, the program aims to immerse its players in situations that enhance their student-athlete experience to help them become the people, students and teammates they aspire to be.
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Robby Hamman joined Fighting Irish Media as athletics communications assistant director in September 2016, coordinating efforts for the volleyball and men's lacrosse program. Hamman is a 2010 graduate of Bethel College, where he earned bachelor's degrees in sport management and business administration, and earned his master's degree in business administration from Defiance College in 2013.