Men's Soccer Prepares for Seton Hall Friday
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Men's Soccer Prepares for Seton Hall Friday

GEORGE MASON vs. SETON HALL
WHEN: 
Friday, 7 p.m.
WHERE
: George Mason Stadium
RECORDS: Mason (3-0-1), Seton Hall (2-0-2)
SERIES RECORD: Mason is 0-1-1 against the Pirates
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TICKETS
Adult: $6

Youth (18 & Under): $4

Seniors (62 & Above): $4

Mason Students w/ valid ID: FREE

The 2013 Fall Sports Season Pass sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance is currently on sale for only $35. The pass includes admission to all men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball home contests this fall. Fans who purchase a Fall Sports Pass will receive a free George Mason t-shirt. Farm Bureau members may receive one free Fall Sports Pass by registering at the Mason Athletic Ticket Office or at one of the home matches. Members must show their ID and fill out a registration form. Fans can purchase the season pass online at GoMason.com or by calling the Mason Athletic Ticket Office at 703-993-3270.

WEEKEND PROMOTIONS
Friday, September 13th - Seton Hall vs. George Mason 7:00 p.m.
GAME OF THE WEEK

Friday's game will also be Mason's 2013 edition of Wingstock as Mason students will receive free Wingstock '13 t-shirts and wings courtesty of Hard Times Café.  At halftime, eight Mason students will participate in Hard Times' annual wing-eating contest, to see who is crowned the champion of Wingstock '13!


NEWS & NOTES
The George Mason men's soccer
 team returns to action and wraps up their five-game homestand by welcoming Seton Hall to Fairfax on Friday evening. 

Mason is coming off of a 0-0, double overtime draw with Binghamton University last Friday. Mason outshot the Bearcats 18-4 in the tie. Freshman goalkeeper Steffen Kraus was recently name the Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week, making seven saves and allowing only one goal this past week against Binghamton and Denver. 

Seton Hall faced the University of Delaware on Tuesday night, erasing a 3-0 deficit and coming back to defeat the Blue Hens in doube overtime by a score of 5-4. The Pirates outscored their opponent 4-1 in the second half to force the overtime periods, their third straight contest involving extra time

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