Baseball: Season tickets on sale Friday
The University of Oklahoma Athletics Ticket Office announced Thursday that season tickets for the 2008 OU baseball season will go on sale to the public on Friday, Jan. 25. Season tickets may be purchased online at www.soonersports.com or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-456-GoOU. The OU Athletics Ticket Office is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and is located on the plaza level of the Asp Avenue parking garage.
The Sooners will host 29 games at L. Dale Mitchell Park this season with the home opener slated for Tuesday, Feb. 26 against Arkansas Pine Bluff at 3 p.m.
In addition to the Golden Lions, OU will also host North Dakota State, Western Illinois, Washington State, UT-Arlington, Dallas Baptist, TCU and Wichita State.
In Big 12 action, the Sooners will entertain Baylor (March 28-30), Texas (April 4-6), Missouri (April 18-20) and Kansas State (May 9-11). The Tigers (No. 6), Bears (No. 15) and Longhorns (No. 16) were all recently ranked in the top 20 by Baseball America.
Reserved season tickets are available for $130 and general admission season tickets are available for $90. Discounted general admission season tickets are available to OU faculty/staff and senior citizens for $80. Single game ticket prices are $10 for reserved seats and $7 for general admission. Youth and senior citizens single game general admission tickets are $5.00.
Single game tickets will go on sale in mid-February.
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