Dads & Daughters
Dads & Daughters
The Husky Dads and Daughters program provides unique opportunities for fathers and daughters to spend quality time together while attending various Husky Women's sporting events throughout the 2015-2016 season. Create memories, enjoy rare behind the scenes experiences, and share with your daughter the importance of exercise, good sportsmanship, and competitive team play.
Thank you Husky fans for signing up for the 2015 Dads and Daughters program. Registration is now closed and will open up again in August of 2016. For program questions, please call (206) 616-6194.
The $35 Dads and Daughters package includes one adult and one youth ticket to six Husky sporting events throughout the 2015-2016 season. Take part in members-only interactive activities and experiences at each event. Member benefits include:
- Invitations to Dads and Daughters events, including a special National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration.
- Exclusive interactions with Husky student-athletes and coaches.
- Dads and Daughters t-shirt available to pick-up at Husky games.
- Special group discount for the September 12 and September 19 Husky Football home games, call the Husky Ticket Office (206) 543-2200 in advance.
Dads and Daughters Game Dates:
*Please note game dates are subject to change.
How to Sign Up
*Each $35 ticket includes admission for one (1) adult and one (1) daughter to six (6) select Husky Dads and Daughters games. Package cannot be split or combined with any other offer.
*Your Husky game tickets will be mailed at least two weeks prior to each Dads and Daughters event (tickets will be left at Will-Call if a package was purchased two weeks before the event). You will receive a Fall mailing (to include Soccer and Volleyball), a Winter mailing (to include Basketball and Gymnastics) and a Spring mailing (to include Softball tickets).
*All Dads and Daughters tickets are in the General Admission section (GA Section). Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged.
*For questions about the Dads and Daughter’s program please call 206-616-6194.