Unlike many other NCAA football teams out there, the Incarnate Word Cardinals of San Antonio's University of the Incarnate Word are relatively new to the college ball scene. The team started out as part of the Division II program in 2009. The Incarnate Word Cardinals originally competed in the Lone Star Conference, but the team moved to the Southland Conference in 2014. 2018 was the first year for Eric Morris as the head coach for the Incarnate Word Cardinals. He led the team to six victories against five losses overall. Thanks to six games in the team's favor at the 2018 Southland Conference, the Incarnate Word Cardinals earned a share of the championship title for that year. The Lobos and the Abilene Christian Wildcats are just a couple of the rival teams the Incarnate Word faced in 2018. Get upcoming 2019 Incarnate Word Cardinals games tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to an Incarnate Word Cardinals game?
If you don't want to miss any games featuring the Incarnate Word Cardinals, it's a great idea to look at StubHub and check upcoming games there. StubHub can offer you information on ticket prices, stadium locations and opposing teams that will face the Cardinals.
How much are Incarnate Word Cardinals tickets?
The Incarnate Word Cardinals enjoy decent crowds at each home game, and many fans try to find great deals on seats for games each season. Tickets for Incarnate Word games for the 2019 season may start at $20. However, you should expect to pay closer to $50 for a seat at many of the team's matches. You can find full pricing information along with the schedule at StubHub.
What conference does the Incarnate Word Cardinals play in?
The Incarnate Word Cardinals currently play in the Southland Conference. The team has been a member of the conference since 2014. The Cardinals spent the 2013 football season as an independent team. Its schedule for 2013 included 11 games. All other University of the Incarnate Word sports programs competed in the Southland Conference that year.
Who is the head coach for the Incarnate Word Cardinals?
Eric Morris started coaching the Incarnate Word Cardinals in 2018. He played both basketball and football in high school. His high school football record includes positions as a wide receiver and a quarterback. Morris kept up with football as he went into college, earning a spot playing for Texas Tech as a wide receiver. He tended to be elusive on the field, and compatriots and opponents referred to him as “ ”The Elf.“ ” Morris brings an extensive history of assistant coaching with him to the Incarnate Word Cardinals.
What is the Incarnate Word Cardinals' schedule?
The Incarnate Word Cardinals will start its 2019 season Aug. 31. The team is set to play an away game at the Alamodome against its fellow San Antonio team, the Roadrunners. Several other home and away games are lined up throughout November for Incarnate Word.
How big is the home stadium for the Incarnate Word Cardinals?
The Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium can hold 6,000 Incarnate Word students and fans. Tom Benson was the owner of the New Orleans Saints professional football team. The location once held a record attendance of 6,498 patrons. In 2010, two years after the stadium opened, north bleachers were added as permanent seating for fans. The south seating area received six suites during these renovations, and press boxes were added to the north stands for use during games.Back to Top
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