Baseball Season Tickets on Sale
Season tickets will be available beginning on Monday, Dec. 9
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Season tickets for the 2014 West Virginia baseball season will go on sale on Monday, Dec. 9, at the Mountaineer Ticket Office.
Season tickets are $90 each for reserved seating at Hawley Field with options behind home plate or along the third base line. Reserved seat tickets will include a stadium chairback. General admission season tickets are available for $60 each. WVU faculty and staff members can purchase tickets at a discounted rate for reserved seating and general admission seating. A family 4-pack also is available for $200 and features four general admission tickets to each game.
“It’s a pretty good season ticket package with great competition and great name schools,” coach Randy Mazey says. “If you’re a fan in Morgantown or the surrounding area, I expect that we’ll offer you a pretty good product this season.”
Seating will be allocated based on 2014 Mountaineer Athletic Club priority.
To order 2014 baseball season tickets, visit WVUGame.com, call 1-800-WVU GAME or stop by the Mountaineer Ticket Office in the WVU Coliseum.
The Mountaineers will host 13 home games at Hawley Field, highlighted by three Big 12 series. The fourth Big 12 series will be held at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, while WVU also will serve as the host to Virginia Tech at Hunnicutt Field in Princeton.
Big 12 home series at Hawley Field include Oklahoma State (April 11-13), Kansas State (April 25-27) and Texas (May 2-4), while non-conference home games feature Pitt (March 25), Ohio State (April 15), Maryland (April 22) and Marshall (April 23). The Charleston series will feature Baylor (March 28-30) and the Mountaineers host Virginia Tech (May 6) in Princeton.
In 2013, Mazey’s first season, the team finished with a record of 33-26, including a 13-11 mark in Big 12 play, to finish third in the final Big 12 standings and qualify for the Big 12 Championship.
Fans throughout the state of West Virginia followed the Mountaineers, and for the first time ever, WVU ranked in the national average home attendance figures at No. 50 (1,328). Twelve of the 21 home games featured crowds of 1,000 or more, including a Hawley Field record of 2,535 fans on April 30 against Pitt.
Offensively, the Mountaineers are led by first baseman Ryan McBroom
, who led the Big 12 with 12 home runs, while left-handed pitcher Harrison Musgrave
returns after earning Big 12 Pitcher of the Year honors in 2013.