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Warriors lead WAC in football attendance

By Ferd Lewis


The University of Hawaii football program led the Western Athletic Conference in attendance for a fourth consecutive year in 2010, according to figures released by the NCAA.


Number of tickets distributed at home football games
School Average
Hawaii 37,311*
Fresno State 34,120
Boise State 33,269
Nevada 19,576
Louisiana Tech 19,485
Utah State 17,878
New Mexico State 15,906
San Jose State 14,474
Idaho 12,730
* Includes Sheraton Hawaii Bowl
Source: NCAA
The Warriors distributed an average of 37,311 tickets for eight dates, including the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl.

UH's turnstile attendance average, including the bowl game, was 34,742.

The NCAA ranked UH 67th among 120 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision teams, down from 63rd (36,725) in 2009 and 58th in 2008 (41,010).

Since Brigham Young's departure from the WAC following the 1998 season, either UH or Fresno State has led the conference each year.

The Warriors are assisted by the largest seating capacity in the nine-member WAC, with Aloha Stadium listed at 50,000. Bulldog Stadium in Fresno, Calif., seats 41,031 and Boise's Bronco Stadium seats 33,500.

Had UH been in the Mountain West Conference, as it is to be composed in 2012, the Warriors would have been second behind the Air Force Academy (40,093).

The WAC ranked ninth among 11 conferences and independents at 23,393.

Five schools reported average crowds of 100,000 or more: Michigan (111,825), Ohio St. (105,278), Penn State (104,234), Alabama (101,821) and Texas (100,654).

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