Cavaliers Face Towson Sunday in Fall Exhibition Game
Sept. 27, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia baseball team will play Towson at noon Sunday in a fall exhibition game at Davenport Field. The game is scheduled to last 16 innings.
There is no admission charge for fall exhibition and Orange and Blue World Series games and all seating is general admission. Free parking will be available in the University Hall lot. Fans should plan to enter Davenport Field for all fall games along the first-base line and not the main gate. The best route to reach this entrance is by using the Copeley Road crosswalk, the sidewalk and the road adjacent to the Lannigan Field track complex.
Concession and merchandise stands also will be open.
Per NCAA regulations, the fall exhibition game will count toward Virginia’s 56-game regular season for the 2015 season, although the outcome will not count toward the Cavaliers’ 2015 record. UVa is scheduled to play 55 regular-season games in the spring.
The Towson game is an exhibition with neither the results nor statistics officially counting. The game box score and recap will not be available, but a complete summary of fall practice will be posted on VirginiaSports.com once the fall schedule has concluded.
UVa opens its annual fall intrasquad scrimmage, the Orange and Blue World Series, next Tuesday (Sept. 30). The seven-game series runs though Oct. 18.