Cal introduces March to Victory Pass

| June 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

by Stephen Langsam

Cal Golden Bears Football (photo by Tod Fierner)

Cal Athletics introduces the March to Victory Pass (MVP) as an innovative and new way for fans to attend all six Cal football home games at California Memorial Stadium during the 2019 season. MVP is designed to give fans access to all home games through an affordable experience tailored around current trends including the convenience of digital delivery on your mobile phone 48 hours prior to kickoff.

Fans who purchase MVP will save from $100 to $300 and those who attend all six home games will be entered to win a prize package thanking them for their dedication that will include Cal athletics apparel, bobbleheads and more.

MVP guarantees a different reserved seat for each of Cal’s 2019 home football games with two options priced at $149 per person for the basic pass with tickets in the corner and end zone sections. The premium option is $299 per person and guarantees non-club sideline seats.

“We are always listening to our fans and what they are looking for in the ticket-buying process,” said David Kao, Assistant AD for Ticket Sales, Service & Operations. “It is important that we provide this type of modern and creative ticket-buying experience as a convenient way for fans to attend our events.”

For more information or to become a 2019 MVP, visit CalBears.com/mvp or contact (800) GO-BEARS and press option 3.

Cal opens its 2019 season against UC Davis on Saturday, Aug. 31 (3:30 pm PT).

 

Below is a list of all of the Golden Bears who suited for High Schools or Junior Colleges before their time at Berkeley.

 

13 Robby Rowell QB 6-2 225 R-Fr. RS Lafayette, CA / Acalanes HS

 

16 Collin Moore TE 6-4 240 R-So. SQ  

 

Novato, CA / San Marin HS

 

17

Makai Polk

WR 6-3 185 Fr. HS  

Richmond, CA / El Cerrito HS/Dorsey HS

 

23 Marcel Dancy RB 5-10 190 R-Jr. RS Oakland, CA / Laney College/West HS

 

40 Parker Bosche OLB 6-4 225 R-Fr. RS Berkeley, CA / Saint Mary’s College HS

 

41 Ben Skinner WR 6-2 185 R-Fr. RS Kentfield, CA / Marin Catholic HS

 

42 Colt Doughty ILB 6-1 230 Sr. JC Los Gatos, CA / College of San Mateo/Los Gatos HS

 

47 JH Tevis DE 6-3 255 R-Fr. RS Piedmont, CA / Menlo School

 

48 Daniel Etter LS 5-10 230 R-So. SQ Oakland, CA / Riordan HS

 

52 Nick Alftin OLB 6-5 255 R-Fr. RS Woodside, CA / Archbishop Mitty HS

 

56 Sam Walker ILB 6-3 230 R-Fr. RS Orinda, CA / Miramonte HS
 

 

57

 

 

Nick Henderson

 

 

ILB

 

 

6-2

 

 

210

 

 

R-Fr.

 

 

RS

 

 

Lafayette, CA / Acalanes HS

 

62 Miles Owens OL 6-6 350 R-Fr. RS Oakland, CA / Bishop O’Dowd HS

 

71 Jake Curhan OL 6-6 330 R-Jr. 2L Larkspur, CA / Redwood HS

 

76 Henry Bazakas OL 6-6 320 R-Sr. 1L Berkeley, CA / Berkeley HS

 

78 Brandon Mello OL 6-6 285 R-Fr. RS Clayton, CA / Clayton Valley Charter HS

 

85 Jake Tonges TE 6-5 230 R-So. 1L Los Gatos, CA / Los Gatos HS

 

88 Ryan Regan WR 6-0 185 R-Fr. RS Moraga, CA / Campolindo HS

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