Holy Cross to Face Monmouth in First Round of FCS Playoffs

Holy Cross to Face Monmouth in First Round of FCS Playoffs

The Holy Cross football team has punched their ticket to the 2019 NCAA football championship subdivision playoffs.

Coming off their seventh Patriot League title win on Saturday, the team found out on Sunday that they will be traveling to Monmouth to play the Hawks on the road at Kessler Stadium in West Long Branch, N.J.

The game will kickoff at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 30.

CHECK OUT THE TEAM’S REACTION TO THEIR PLAYOFF ANNOUNCEMENT BELOW

 

The Crusaders enter the playoffs after winning the 2019 Patriot League championship with an overall record of 7-5 and a 5-1 mark in the conference.

Monmouth currently stands 10-2 overall and won the Big South Conference with a 6-0 mark in league games.

For just the fourth time in school history, the Crusaders will be making a postseason appearance. The team’s last appearance was a 38-28 loss to Villanova in the first round of the 2009 NCAA playoffs.

Check out the team’s reaction after their playoff matchup was announced on Sunday

 

Deposits are now being accepted for tickets to the Holy Cross-Monmouth game. For just $10 per seat, fans can reserve their tickets to the game by clicking here.

The deadline to submit your deposit is Monday, Nov. 25, at 5:00 p.m. Fans will receive notification from the Holy Cross Ticket Office on Wednesday, Nov. 27. Please note, fans selected to receive tickets will automatically be charged the full cost of the tickets. No refunds or exchanges. Tickets are not guaranteed and will be allocated based on donor level and season ticket holder status, then on a first-come-first-serve basis.


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