The second annual Smartlink Day of Rivals on April 17 showcases the two best rivalries in all of lacrosse. The Army-Navy game always means pride and passion are on the line, and the intense Hopkins-Maryland game is for a lot more than just backyard bragging rights.
How do you improve on the first Day of Rivals? Move the games to Prime Time! This year Army battles Navy at 4 p.m. followed by Johns Hopkins vs. Maryland under the lights at 6:30 p.m.
The two most storied rivalries in all of the lacrosse world will clash on April 17th at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
Tickets for the Day of Rivals are available for purchase online, by phone or in person at the Ravens Box Office at M&T Bank Stadium. Purchase options are listed below. To learn about group discounts, please call us at 410-261-RAVE (7283).
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Call Baltimore Ravens ticket office at 410-261-RAVE
|Lower Level (groups of 10-99)||$15|
|Lower Level (groups of 100+)||$10|
|Reserved Parking Pass||$15|
*All seating is reserved
Due to heightened security measures at the gates, we strongly urge all guests to arrive at the stadium as early as possible to avoid entrance delays. Re-entry into M&T Bank Stadium is permitted with stamp and ticket stub at GATE A. If medication is required, be sure to have it with you upon entry. All guests entering the stadium are subject to search. Refusal to comply may be grounds to prohibit admission. Guests will not be permitted to enter the stadium if they are visibly intoxicated.
I-95 North towards Baltimore. Take Exit 52 - Russell St. Bottom of the ramp veer onto Russell St. M&T Bank Stadium is on your right. Alternative route: I-295 which becomes Russell St.
I-83 South (Baltimore) to Lombard Street and make a right. Then make a left (South) onto Greene Street, M&T Bank Stadium is on your left.
I-95 South through Ft. McHenry Tunnel. Take Exit 53 (I-395) North to MLK Blvd./Russell Street (right lane). Take first exit ramp, then make a left onto Lee St. Turn left at the light onto Russell St. M&T Bank Stadium will be on your left.
A veteran defense and overall athleticism will be strengths for the Black Knights this year. Junior Jeremy Boltus will QB the offense from attack, and the midfield returns four of the top performers from last season. In net, junior goalie Tom Palesky is ready for a breakout All-American season after starting all 16 games in '09.
Death, taxes and Navy being at or near the top of the Patriot League standings – all things you can count on. This year’s crop of Mids is senior-laden and has key returnees on both offense (Tim Paul, Patrick Moran) and defense (Jaren Woeppel). Can Navy make it two in a row at the 2010 Day of Rivals?
The No. 7-ranked Terps lost a lot at midfield, but return nearly all of their attack and defense. With size all over the field, they'll resemble Maryland teams of old as they look to silence the doubters in a high-pressure year. The Terps hope to end a three-year skid against the Blue Jays in this backyard rivalry.
The No. 6 Blue Jays must replace some key players on defense but return one of the nation's best attack units, which includes 2009 Day of Rivals MVP Kyle Wharton. Senior Michael Kimmel headlines a deep midfield for Coach Dave Pietramala, who will count on the top-ranked freshman class to provide help all over the field.
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