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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Saturday and Sunday baseball games between No. 1 Virginia and No. 20 Virginia Tech are sold out. Admissions have been held for students similar to what is done for football and men’s basketball games. Once the stadium’s capacity is reached, student admissions will end.

Fans are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance for the remaining game in the series tonight, as the game is approaching a sellout as well. Fewer than 600 tickets remain for the game tonight.

Tickets may be ordered online at, in person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium or by phone at (800) 542-UVA1. General Admission seating is available in the left-field bleachers, the first baseline bleachers and on the grass hillside.

General Admission tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for youth (18 and under), seniors (60 and older) and faculty/staff (limit two per faculty/staff). Advance ticket sales online and by phone end four hours prior to the game. Reserved tickets, if turned in by season ticket holders for resale, are available for purchase on game day and are $9 for adults and $5 for UVa faculty/staff (limit 2 per faculty staff). UVa students may claim reserved seat tickets that have been turned in by showing their University ID at the Davenport Field ticket booth.

Davenport Field has a seating capacity of 4,219 after the addition of 679 General Admission seats last week. Fans planning to attend games this weekend are strongly encouraged to arrive early. The ticket booth and gates to Davenport Field will open two hours prior to first pitch each day.

Parking will be available in the University Hall, Cage and John Paul Jones Arena lots as well as the Emmet-Ivy Garage.

All three games will be broadcast live on WINA 1070-AM in Charlottesville and with a V Pass subscription at Live statistics also will be available at

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