K-State, TCU Volleyball Match set for 3 p.m.

Alex Muff

Nov. 5, 2012

MANHATTAN, Kan. - K-State announced Monday its home volleyball match against TCU on Saturday is now set for 3 p.m. The match time was originally to be determined as the teams awaited the time of the K-State football game at TCU, which was announced for a 6p.m. kick earlier this week.

Saturday's match will feature a number of ticket options for fans. K-State will be offering $3 general admission tickets to fans who bring a canned food item to be donated to the Flint Hills Bread Basket.

Saturday will also be Olathe Community Day and fans from Kaitlynn Pelger's hometown can purchase tickets online for $3 when they use a special promo code. For more information on promo codes when purchasing online contact the K-State Fan Experience and Sales Office at 785-532-6650.

It will be Social Media Day as well with a number of ways for fans to win prizes and interact on K-State's various social media outlets. Fans can follow along on K-State Sports' official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages throughout the week.

In addition it is the fourth and final Team/Camper Day of the season. All youth volleyball teams in the state of Kansas and all Wildcat Volleyball Camp participants are eligible for free admission if they submit their official roster to the Fan Experience and Sales Office. To reserve a spot for your team or camper, call 785-532-7742 by noon Thursday.

K-Stat won the first meeting with TCU sweeping the Horned Frogs on their home floor. TCU is currently seventh in the Big 12 standings.