Oct. 15, 2007
NORMAN, Okla. -- The Booter Rooters, the official booster club of the OU soccer program, will host a tailgate party on Friday, Oct. 19, prior to the Sooners' Big 12 game against Texas Tech. That contest is slated to start at 7 p.m. at John Crain Field at the OU Soccer Complex.
All members are invited and fans interested in joining are encouraged to stop by and learn more about the booster club. The event will begin an hour prior to the game.
Friday's game marks the beginning of a four-game home stand for the Sooners. The stretch is the longest at home this season and will also feature games against Butler (Oct. 21 at noon), Colorado (Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.) and No. 4 Texas (Oct. 28 at 1 p.m.)
TICKETS AND PROMOTIONS
Seats to this weekend's game are available for $7 (adult), $5 (youth) and $3 for groups of ten or more at the OU Athletics Ticket Office (800-456-4668) and at SoonerSports.com. The gates will open an hour before the game.
Friday is OU Student, Staff and Faculty Night (students, staff and faculty eligible to win prizes at the game). The first 100 people through the door will receive free OU Crocs. In addition, the first 500 fans will receive OU Pom Pons.
BOOTER ROOTERS BACKGROUND INFORMATION
The University of Oklahoma Booter Rooters Club began in 2004 and its members have been enthusiastic supporters of the OU women's soccer program from its beginning.
The Booter Rooters club members support Coach Evan's efforts in a variety of ways including banquets, tailgating functions and many other projects to enhance and improve the home of Sooner Soccer.
The Booter Rooters help to provide the soccer program with the resources to maintain a competitive advantage. The funds are raised to improve facilities and to host events that will give members a chance to get involved behind the scenes and really take part in making the OU Soccer program a national contender. An amazing group of young women who would serve as great role models for future college soccer players have been assembled over the last few years. As a member of the Booter Rooters, your donation is directed specifi cally to the
Women's Soccer program for us to use to better our chances for success. One of the program highlights was the opening of a new $4.5 million soccer specific stadium in the summer of 2006. With the opening of this facility and the contributions of John Crain, the OU Soccer Complex is the premier soccer facility in the Big 12 and the southwestern region of the country.
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
Member social events
Members only skills clinic
Poster and schedule card
Sooner Club Priority Points (one point per $100 given)