- One ticket to see the Western Ontario Mustangs take on the Queen’s University Gaels for the Ontario University Athletics championship
- When: Saturday, November 9, at 1 p.m.
- Where: TD Stadium
- Door time: Noon
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
- $18 for two general-admission grandstand seats ($40 value)
- $35 for two VIP Corral seats with field-level views, access to a VIP tented area, and discounted food and refreshments ($70 value)<p>
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts. <p>
The Scouting Report
Revenge is a dish best served cold—or in the playoffs. The Western Ontario Mustangs chose the latter on November 2, when they defeated the defending OUA champion McMaster Marauders, 32-3. Western Ontario took down a McMaster squad that had beaten them in the playoffs two years in a row, and in the process, the Mustangs improved to a flawless 9-0 record. Much of the team’s success has come from the arm of quarterback Will Finch, whose 3,266 passing yards outshine those of any other QB or cheerleader in Ontario University Athletics history. This Saturday, the Mustangs put their perfect season on the line one last time for the OUA championship, taking on Queen’s University in the 106th Yates Cup.
Western Ontario Mustangs
Consistent winners of multiple provincial championships, the Western Mustangs charge the fields, courts, pools, rinks, and mats of their opponents in an endless pursuit of victory. Clad in purple, silver, and white, student athletes across more than 30 men’s and women’s varsity programs—including badminton, baseball, curling, hockey, and squash, among others—regularly rake in titles. Just for example, the cheerleading squad absolutely dominated from 1985 to 2006, winning 22 consecutive crowns before picking the streak back up two years later. In addition, the football team has appeared in the most Vanier Cup national championships of any team, making it to the title game 12 times and winning six times. During games, the massive university marching band plays along with the action, keeping the crowd going with the Western Mustangs Fight Song and shouting trick-play calls through their tubas.<p>
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