[Football] Recharged Coyotes host Southwestern on Saturday as home stand continues
LIVE VIDEO || LIVE AUDIO || LIVE STATS || KWU GAME NOTES || DIGITAL GAME PROGRAM GAME COVERAGESaturday's game will be broadcast live the Coyote Sports Network, powered by Salina Regional Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic at portal.stretchinternet.com/kwu. Live Stats will be available on the Coyote Sports Network portal and on DakStats at www.dakstats.com/naia. The game can be heard live on the radio on FM 104.9 in the Salina area and all around the world at www.ksal.com. Pat Strathman and Dan Flemming will have the call of the game with pregame starting at 12:30 p.m. on FM 104.9. FAN ATTENDANCE AND TICKETING PROCEDURES <– LINKThere will be reduced attendance capacity at the Graves Family Sports Complex. KWU will issue 487 available seats at football games. Ticket counts and procedures are broken down into five categories – Student Tickets, Faculty and Staff Tickets, Season Pass Holders, Student-Athlete Parents and Guests, and Single-Game Tickets. Guidelines for ticketing are outlined below. All tickets and game admissions will be pre-issued by KWU Athletics Staff. There will be no walk-up ticket sales. Tickets will have a unique code that will be scanned at entry and the codes cannot be duplicated. KWU will abide by all Saline County Health Department guidelines and requirements related to COVID-19, which includes mandatory face coverings for all attendees at both facilities. Other precautions will include screenings of all attendees, both temperature and verbal, and all attendees will be issued event-specific wristbands. There will be no tailgating allowed prior to football games, and all University lots and the lots to the south of the complex will be monitored. A pre-determined number of tickets will be available for student-athletes to be able to invite up to two guests to a game. Priority to those tickets will be determined by class per game, starting with seniors. Kansas Wesleyan coach Myers Hendrickson looks at the Southwestern football team and is mightily impressed with what he sees.