Warriors looking for college spirit

As if Warriors games were not already raucous, the team is looking to turn up the volume.

Beginning with Friday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Warriors will be unveiling a Student Body Section. Current college students will have to audition at the judging table on the Plaza Level before all Friday and Saturday home games at Oracle Arena. The students displaying the most enthusiasm, energy and creative Warriors spirit will receive free lower-level tickets for a spot in the standing-room-only Student Body Section.

Students will be asked to show a valid college ID and proof of age to gain admission to the Student Body Section.

For more information, log on to www.warriors.com.

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