Southern Scuffle Wrestling Tickets Now On Sale

Monday, December 6, 2021
Tickets are on sale now for the 2022 Southern Scuffle, presented by Compound Sportswear.  Fans can purchase two-day and single-day passes, along with the option to add a Hospitality Pass per ticket.

Billed as one of the top in-season collegiate wrestling events in the nation, the Southern Scuffle takes place Jan. 1-2 at the McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Oklahoma State, Missouri, NC State and a host of other top programs continue the tradition of excellence at the Scuffle. 

The Cowboys, who finished third at last year’s NCAAs and are currently ranked fifth in the most recent FloWrestling rankings, lead the field which includes also includes Virginia Tech (7), Cornell (10) and North Carolina (18).
A full list of teams participating is available here.

This annual event features national champions, All-Americans and dozens of student-athletes who qualified for last year's NCAA Tournament.

Daily tickets are $20 for general admission. Lower level reserved are $35 and padded reserved are $40.

All-session tickets are $35 for general admission. Lower level reserved are $65 and padded reserved are $75 for the two-day tickets.

Finals-only tickets are available for $10.

Tickets can be purchased online on GoMocs.com or by calling the UTC Ticket Office at (423) 266-MOCS (6627).

This option is available with any ticket as a $100 add-on for both days and $65 for a one-day pass. This pass includes access to the Hospitality Room with two full meals each day and a parking pass. The Hospitality Room is open all day during competition, with a light breakfast, drinks, snacks and alcohol will be served. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  These passes are limited in number so be sure to add yours on when you purchase your tickets.

If you already purchased UTC Wrestling season tickets and want to add on the Hospitality Pass, or for more information on the Hospitality Pass, contact Ryan Jones at 423-425-4773 - ryan-jones04@utc.edu.

Group tickets in the General Admission seating areas for the Scuffle are available in blocks of 10 or more. These are $20 each for a two-day ticket and $10 per single day pass. There are also group options for the finals only on Jan. 2. Contact the box office at (423) 266-6627 for more information.

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