2008 Baseball Season Tickets On Sale Now
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Season tickets for the 2008 Virginia baseball season go on sale today at the UVa Athletics Ticket Office. The schedule features a school-record 40 home games, including visits from 2007 national runner-up North Carolina and 2007 NCAA tournament participants Wake Forest, Coastal Carolina and VCU, to Davenport Field at the UVa Baseball Stadium. ACC rivals Boston College, Georgia Tech, and Virginia Tech also will travel to Charlottesville this spring.
General admission season tickets are available for grandstand seating as well as seating on the grassy hillside and new bleachers behind the left field fence. Prices for general admission season tickets are $100 for adults and $75 for youth (18 and under), seniors (60 and over), faculty and staff. Fans may purchase tickets online at virginiasports.com or by calling the UVa Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 542-8821.
Fans interested in purchasing reserved seats (grandstand sections 104-106) may place a request to be added to the reserved season ticket wait list by calling the ticket office or visiting virginiasports.com. Should reserved seats become available, they will be offered to those on the wait list in Virginia Athletics Foundation priority point order, then in order of the date the request was received.
Last year’s season ticket holders will receive a 2008 season ticket application during the week of Nov. 12. Season ticket holders must return their completed application with full payment to the ticket office by the Dec. 14 priority seating deadline to renew their seating location. Season ticket holders may also choose to renew their season tickets online at virginiasports.com, or by calling the ticket office during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last year’s season ticket holders may request seat relocation or improvement on an annual basis. Seating improvement requests will be considered in Virginia Athletics Foundation priority point order, then in the order of the date requests were received, based on the number of seats made available by season ticket holders not renewing each year. Because of limited attrition each year, renewing season ticket holders should be aware that most seat change requests will not be possible.
This year’s season ticket holders will continue to be offered seating priority in the event Charlottesville is selected as a 2008 NCAA Regional host site.
Virginia finished 2007 with a 45-16 record. The Cavaliers placed second in the ACC Coastal Division and reached the championship game of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional.