Texas Tech Baseball Season Tickets Sell Out for the First Time
Following a College World Series showing in 2014, Texas Tech has announced that season tickets for the Red Raider's upcoming season have officially sold out.
The season ticket sellout is a Texas Tech baseball first, says the school. Over 2,500 season tickets have been sold for 2015, doubling the 1,300 sold in 2014.
Individual tickets are, however, still available. Weekend series games are $12, weekday series games are $5, premium series games (TCU & Oklahoma State) are $17, and group tickets (20 or more) are available via Andy Faesser at (806) 834-0664.
"Once again, our fans continue to demonstrate the loyalty and pride they share in Texas Tech Athletics," said Athletics Director Kirby Hocutt. "When you look at what was achieved last fall with football season ticket sales and now with baseball, it just goes to show how passionate Red Raider fans are. Coach Tadlock and our team are excited to take the field this weekend and look forward to the tremendous home field advantage that our fans will provide."
Coach Tadlock was named 2014 National Coach of the Year, leading the baseball team to its first-ever appearance at the College World Series.
Texas Tech's 2015 season opener happens Friday afternoon (Feb. 13) at 2 p.m. against San Francisco at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
[Source: Texas Tech]