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UTEP reduces price for football season tickets; Sales begin Monday

UTEP football season ticket prices have been reduced for the 2019 season, and tickets will go on sale this Monday, June 17.

“We can’t wait to get the season underway,” second-year UTEP head coach Dana Dimel said.  “I know the passion for UTEP Football is there in the community.  Come out to the stadium and support these kids.  Your presence will really help in getting this thing turned around.”

The Miners will play six home games this fall, beginning with the season opener versus Houston Baptist on Aug. 31 at 6 p.m. 

UTEP will also host former Western Athletic Conference rival Nevada (Sept. 21, 6 p.m.), as well as Conference USA foes UTSA (Oct. 5, 6 p.m.), LA Tech (Oct. 26, 6 p.m.), Charlotte (Nov. 9, 1 p.m.) and Rice (Nov. 30, 1 p.m.). 

UTEP Football season ticket prices for 2019 are as follows: Captain’s Club $1,300 (reduced from $1,320 in 2018), Gold Reserved $330 (reduced from $360), Silver Reserved $250 (reduced from $300), Bronze Reserved $100 (reduced from $120), and General Admission $60 (reduced from $66).  Family packs for two adults and two youth are available for $198 (reduced from $210).

The UTEP Season Ticket Office is located at Brumbelow Building Room 109 (next to the Don Haskins Center).  Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Tickets can also be purchased online, or by calling (915) 747-6150.

UTEP Offering Paydirt Pete Bobblehead to 1st 1k Fans Who Purchase Season Tickets by Aug. 31

On Thursday, UTEP Athletics official announced that a limited edition, basketball-themed Paydirt Pete bobblehead is in production and will be available to fans who renew or purchase new season tickets for the 2018-19 men’s hoops season by August 31.

 “We’re excited to reward our early bird season ticket holders with this one-of-a-kind gift,” UTEP Director of Athletics Jim Senter said.  “The bobblehead captures Pete’s iconic look and puts him in a basketball jersey, making him ready to go to work on the hardwood.  Every Person Makes A Difference #EPMAD and I’m inviting all our fans to get on board for another action-packed hoops campaign!”

One Paydirt Pete bobblehead figure will be awarded to the first 1,000 season ticket account holders that sign up by the end of August.  There is a limit of one bobblehead per season ticket account. 

 The UTEP men launch an exciting new era under coach Rodney Terry this winter.  The Miners return three key players from last season – senior forward Paul Thomas and sophomore guards Evan Gilyard and Kobe Magee – while introducing a stellar recruiting class headlined by four-star recruit Jordan Lathon.

UTEP basketball season tickets start at $160 and are available by calling 747-6150 or visiting the UTEP Season Ticket Office, located at Brumbelow Building Room 109.  Regular business hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 

UTEP Football ‘Mini Packs’ Tickets Now On Sale

A variety of three-game UTEP Football mini packs are now on sale.

All combinations are available for the first five home games versus Northern Arizona (Sept. 1), NM State (Sept. 22), North Texas (Oct. 6), UAB (Oct. 27) and Middle Tennessee (Nov. 10).

Prices start at just $48 for reserved seating.  Season starts are also available, starting at $66 for general admission. To purchase, visit the UTEP Ticket Center or call (915) 747-5234.

Locations are:

  • 2901 North Mesa (next to the Don Haskins Center) Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am-6 pm and Saturday, 8 am-4 pm.
  • 1452 Zaragoza Suite A-500 Hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am-6 pm and Saturday, 10 am-4 pm.  Hours are subject to change.

Mini packs can also be viewed and purchased at

UTEP Athletics to Host Season Ticket Pickup Party

On Wednesday, August 1, fans can pick up their 2018 UTEP football season tickets and receive a special “thank you” for supporting the Miners.

Paid season tickets will be available for pickup at the Larry K. Durham Center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.  Fans who pick up their tickets will receive UTEP Athletics giveaways while supplies last.

 The Season Ticket Pickup Party will feature special appearances from the cheerleaders and Paydirt Pete, and UTEP football coaches will be on hand to interact with Miner fans.  KOFX 92.3 FM will be on-site in the morning.

 UTEP football season tickets start at just $66 and family packs (two adults/two youth ages 12 and under) are available for $210. 

The Miners will host six home games including Northern Arizona (Sept. 1), NM State (Sept. 22), North Texas (Oct. 6), UAB (Oct. 27), Middle Tennessee (Nov. 10) and Southern Miss (Nov. 24).

For more information, would-be ticket buyers can call (915) 747-6150 today to reserve tickets.

UTEP to Honor “Hometown Heroes” at Rice Football Game

UTEP will pay tribute to public safety officers and agencies in El Paso County at the Miners’ 2017 football home opener versus Rice on Saturday, September 9. 

The Sun City’s “Hometown Heroes” will be recognized on the video board at the game and are eligible for ticket discounts and special pre-game activities.

Discounted tickets are available to all officers, agents and staff of local public safety agencies via an offer code that can be applied to purchases on Ticketmaster online.  To verify your eligibility and obtain the code, please call 747-6065.

The first annual Badges & Flags Public Safety Flag Football Tournament will take place the morning of Sept. 9 in the Sun Bowl.  To register your team of 10, please contact Michael Flores (747-7450,  Only public safety employees are eligible and registration is open to the first 16 teams.  Participation is free.  

Check-in begins at 7 a.m. on Sept. 9 with the first game starting at 7:30 a.m., and the championship game slated for 12:45 p.m. 

Public safety agencies can purchase tailgate tents through Drew Thomas at the Miner Athletic Club (747-6912,  Tents for 50 persons are $425 (includes five tables and 50 chairs), and tents for 100 persons are $750 (includes 10 tables and 100 chairs).

Group tickets are available to parties of 15 or more for just $15 plus a $10 service charge.  To purchase, please contact Michael Flores (747-7450,

UTEP Athletics to Thank Fans with Season Ticket Pickup Event

UTEP Athletics and the Miner football team are grateful to the fans that purchase 2016 season tickets.  Next week, fans can pick up their tickets and receive a very special “thank you” for their support.

From Tuesday, Aug. 2 through Thursday, Aug. 4, between the hours of noon and 7 p.m., UTEP cheerleaders and Paydirt Pete will be on hand at the UTEP Season Ticket Office.  Miner football players will be there onTuesday, Aug. 2 between 4 and 7 p.m. prior to departing for preseason camp in Ruidoso.

Fans can come purchase and/or pick up their tickets, take photos and receive a special gift from UTEP Athletics.  The UTEP Season Ticket Office is located in Brumbelow Building Room 109.

UTEP football season tickets start at just $75 and family packs (two adults/two youth ages 12 and under) are available for $210.  Call 747-6150 today to reserve your tickets for seven home games including I-10 rival NM State (Sept. 3) and Army (Sept. 17).

UTEP Football Wraps Up Camp Ruidoso

Miners will open the 2015 campaign on Sept. 5 at Arkansas

RUIDOSO, N.M. – The UTEP football team concluded Camp Ruidoso with its second scrimmage, but first official with Conference USA referees on Sunday. The Miners will head back to El Paso for their remainder of practices before the season kickoff on Sept. 5 in Fayetteville against Southeastern Conference power Arkansas on ESPNU (1:30 p.m. MT).

“It was a much-liked camp all away across the board,” UTEP football head coach Sean Kugler said. “The effort was there, the physicality was there and that was just a good wakeup cleaning up our mistakes. And that’s why we encouraged the referees to be there.”

The offense produced seven total touchdowns – four rushing scores and three passing. Aaron Jonescommenced the scrimmage with a 65-yard sprint to the end zone, but not before throwing a stiff arm on a defender.

“I thought the number one offense moved the ball well,” Kugler said. “They scored two touchdowns in the move-the-ball segment.”

A few offensive holding calls ensued during the next two drives that got the coaches fired up. But the offense eventually picked up the pace. Jones finished with 84 yards on six carries and two touchdowns. He also found Autrey Golden on a 16-yard pass to the four-yard line that led to Jones’ second score of the day.

The rushing attack finished with 174 yards on 35 attempts and four touchdowns. Treyvon Hughesscored on a two-yard plunge into the end zone, while Garrett Simpson found pay dirt on a one-yard dive.

The passing game saw a lot of dropped balls, as the quarterbacks were 16-of-42 for 206 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.

“I thought the quarterbacks had a lot of well-placed balls today,” Kugler said. “But too many drops by our wide receivers.”

Mack Leftwich and Simpson each threw for 83 yards, while Leftwich found Hayden Plinke on a 61-yard score. Plinke was wide open on the play. Ryan Metz finished 3-of-5 for 29 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He found Tyler Batson for a 20-yard score and Elliot Oldham on a five-yard pass.

Plinke led the pass catchers with 76 yards on two receptions. Batson caught two passes for 22 yards and Cole Freytag recorded 46 yards on two catches.

On defense, Ishmael Harrison registered three tackles, three pass breakups and an interception. LaQuintus Dowell finished with a pair of stops, one tackle for loss and a pass breakup. Leon Hayes recorded three tackles, including one for a loss. Nick Usher had a tackle, a tackle for loss and a quarterback hurry, while Kelvin Fisher Jr.compiled three stops and a quarterback hurry. Foster Dixson recorded the only sack of the day after missing most of camp due to injury.

The Miners will resume practice on Tuesday at Glory Field.

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