OXFORD, Ohio – With Miami Hockey embarking on a new era in 2013-14 by joining the National Collegiate Hockey Conference and with season tickets sold out, Miami Athletics has announced that single-game hockey tickets will go on sale Sept. 10-11.

As a special thank you, active Red & White Club members ($100 annual gift or $50 for Young Alumni) will have the first chance to purchase single-game hockey tickets on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Should tickets remain, the general public can then buy single-game tickets on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Tickets will be available beginning at 10 a.m. on both days.

Due to a limited number of reserved seat single-game tickets, both Red & White Club members and the general public may only purchase a select number of tickets to a limited number of games. Red & White Club members at the $2,500 level (Director’s Level) and above may buy up to eight tickets per game for up to six games. Red & White Club members at the $1,000 level (Coach’s Level) and above are able to order six tickets per game for up to four contests. As has been the case in the past, any active Red & White Club members below the $1,000 level, including Young Alumni members, may purchase tickets for up to three games during the season and may only reserve four tickets per game. Non Red & White Club members may also reserve up to four tickets per game but can only do so for two games to allow more fans to enjoy the Miami Hockey experience. The exhibition game against Windsor Oct. 5, as well as the series against Nebraska Omaha Jan. 17-18, do not count against your game allotment, however.

Red & White Club members are encouraged to purchase their single-game tickets online here, but phone orders and walk-up traffic will also be accommodated. As has been the case the last two years, for the general public, tickets will only be available for purchase online. To make for a smoother and quicker ordering process, be sure to check your online account prior to Tuesday to make sure it is up to date, or create a new one in advance of Tuesday, if needed.

For Red & White Club members looking to purchase tickets by phone or for questions about purchasing tickets online, please contact the Miami Athletic Ticket Office at 513-529-HAWK (4295) or 1-866-MUHAWKS (684-2957). Non Red & White Club members who call in or walk up to the Miami Athletic Ticket Office to purchase tickets will be helped with the online purchasing process but all online orders will be processed in the order they are received.

Those looking to donate to the Red & White Club to be able to purchase tickets a day earlier can do so by clicking here, creating an account and clicking the donations tab and "Donate Now". By supporting the Red & White Club, fans are helping Miami Athletics' annual scholarship needs and making a difference in the lives of Miami's student-athletes.

Reserved seats will only be available as supplies last. Some standing room only tickets will be available both days. 

Standing room only tickets will also be sold through the Athletic Ticket Office website and can be purchased for an unlimited number of games during the year. Due to a lack of ticket supply however, it is possible that standing room tickets may only be available for certain home dates.

Reserved seat ticket prices for most regular-season games are $25 for adults and $18 for youth (under 18) while standing room only tickets during the regular season are $18 for everyone. However, reserved tickets for games against Ohio State (Oct. 12) and Wisconsin (Nov. 15-16) are $27 each for adults. Reserved tickets for Miami's exhibition game against Windsor on Saturday, Oct. 5 are only $15 for adults and $10 for both reserved youth tickets and all standing room only tickets. Ticket prices are for advance sale only and may be more on gameday.

The RedHawks have also added an exhibition game against the U.S. U-18 National Team on Dec. 31. Tickets for that game are being sold separately and are not included in the season-ticket package. Tickets for the U.S. U-18 exhibition will go on sale to season-ticket holders on Sept. 16 and they have until Nov. 2 to purchase tickets and guarantee seats in their normal season ticket location. Beginning Nov. 4, tickets for the exhibition will go on sale to the general public. Season ticket holders may still buy tickets after Nov. 2, but are not assured of their normal season ticket location. More information on tickets for this exhibition will be announced in the coming weeks.

In addition to single-game tickets, tickets to some games also become available on gamedays as visiting teams return unused tickets. For the latest information regarding available tickets, be sure to follow the Miami Athletic Ticket Office on Twitter at @RedHawktix.

Miami opens the 2013-14 season with its exhibition against Windsor, before beginning the regular season with a home-and-home series against in-state rival Ohio State. The RedHawks play in Columbus Oct. 11, before welcoming the Buckeyes Oct. 12. Miami then kicks off its new conference with the first ever NCHC game on Friday, Oct. 18 against North Dakota at Steve Cady Arena.

In addition to Ohio State, Miami’s other non-conference home games are against Canisius (Nov. 1-2) and Wisconsin (Nov. 15-16). Along with North Dakota, the RedHawks also host NCHC foes Denver (Dec. 6-7), Nebraska Omaha (Jan. 17-18), Western Michigan (Feb. 7-8), St. Cloud State (Feb. 21-22) and Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 28-Mar. 1). To see Miami’s complete schedule, click here.

The NCHC is an eight-team hockey-only league consisting of Colorado College, Denver, Minnesota Duluth, Nebraska Omaha, North Dakota, St. Cloud State and Western Michigan, along with Miami. The conference boasts a combined 17 NCAA Championships, 50 Frozen Four berths, 12 Hobey Baker Award winners, including SCSU’s Drew LeBlanc this past year, and 266 All-Americans. The teams have also produced 295 players that went on to play in the NHL. The new league will reward fans every weekend with fast, exciting, action-packed hockey that pits several of the top teams in the country against each other. The NCHC also has agreed to a television deal with CBS Sports Network, assuring at least 18 league games will be broadcast to a national audience this coming season, including the NCHC opener between Miami and North Dakota.