SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – UCSB Athletics is pleased to announce that season tickets for the 2016 baseball season are now available!
The base price for a season ticket is just $75, equaling out to just $2.50 per game! In addition, season ticket holders are able to purchase additional season passes for just $25 apiece for even bigger savings.
Season passes as well as single-game tickets can be purchased in person at the UCSB Athletics Ticket Office, online by clicking here, or over the phone by dialing 805-893-UCSB.
Discounted season tickets are available over the phone for UCSB staff and alumni. A parking pass for all UCSB baseball games can be purchased online as well.
As always, head coach Andrew Checketts and the UCSB baseball program have put together a strong schedule this season, highlighted by weekend series against No. 16 USC, No. 22 Cal State Fullerton, UConn, and USF.
Other key weekend series at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium include non-conference foes Hartford as well as Big West rivals CSUN, Hawai'i, and UC Riverside.
Opponents scheduled to make the trip to the central coast for midweek contests include No. 10 UCLA, WCC champion Pepperdine, WAC champion CSU Bakersfield, St. Mary's and Gonzaga.
Single-game tickets this season are priced at $8 each, meaning a season ticketholder saves $165 over the course of the season.
The Gauchos are coming off a historic 2015 season in which they set a program record for wins against Division I opponents (40) while hosting an NCAA Regional for the first time in UCSB history. After the season, 10 UCSB players were drafted by MLB teams, a figure which ranked second in the country only to Oklahoma (11). The highlight of UCSB's draft class was right-handed pitcher Dillon Tate, who simultaneously became the first pitcher selected and UCSB's highest ever draftee when the Texas Rangers selected him with the No. 4 overall pick.
Checketts welcomes back a healthy crop of returns this season, highlighted by Cape Cod batting champion Andrew Calica, All-Big West selection and staff ace Shane Bieber, and Freshman All-American Kyle Nelson.
UCSB opens up the new campaign on Friday, Feb. 19 with a four-game series against the USF Dons.