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June 15: Student Night at Mankato MoonDogs
Minnesota State Mankato students can purchase $10 tickets that includes concessions and more.
Minnesota State University, Mankato Student Activities Office Announcement, 5-22-2017
MANKATO, Minn. – Minnesota State University, Mankato's Student Activities and the University's Centennial Student Union are hosting a "Night at the Mankato MoonDogs" baseball game for Minnesota State Mankato students Thursday, June 15 at Franklin Rogers Park (located at 601 Reed Street in Mankato).
Game time for the June 15 MoonDogs game vs. Rochester is 7:05 p.m.
Minnesota State Mankato Students can purchase a discounted ticket package for $10 with a valid MAVCard. Admission includes a reserved seat ticket, MoonDogs baseball hat and a meal deal consisting of a hotdog, chips and pop. The package value is more than $30.
Students are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance online at mnsuevents.com or in person at the Student Activities office, located in the Centennial Student Union in room 173. Limited ticket may be available day of for purchase at the MoonDogs ticket office.
For more information on this event contact William Tourville in Student Activities by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 507-389-6076.
The 2016 Mankato MoonDogs season went down as one of the best in franchise history. The team had a 46-26 record, breaking the previous regular season team record for wins (42).
The 2016 MoonDogs also broke franchise records with 695 hits and 2,490 at-bats. Overall, the MoonDogs offense finished third in the league with a .279 batting average, which was also third-best in MoonDogs history, as was the team's .373 on base percentage.
The 2016 MoonDogs pitching staff held their own in the record books, too. The team set a new mark in innings pitched with 637.1, while boasting the fifth-lowest ERA in team history (3.54). Mankato hurlers also allowed their lowest hit total since the 2011 season with 593. As a collective, the MoonDogs pitching staff held opponents to a .245 batting average in 2016.