NORMAN, Okla. -- Season tickets and Grand Slam Packages (four-game pick-a-pack) for the 2013 University of Oklahoma baseball season will be available for purchase beginning Dec. 4 at 8 a.m. Fans can purchase tickets online on SoonerSports.com or by calling the OU Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 456-GoOU. Current season ticket holders will be receiving renewal forms in the mail within the next week.
The Sooners are seeking to make another run at the NCAA Men's College World Series in 2013 under head coach Sunny Golloway's watch. Oklahoma posted a 42-25 mark last season and reached its third Super Regional in program history. OU is looking to make its sixth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament and 36th overall appearance. The Sooners have reached the CWS on 10 previous occasions, winning national championships in 1951 and 1994.
The Sooners will host 31 games at L. Dale Mitchell Park, including welcoming Oklahoma State (April 2) to Norman for only the third time in the last 17 years for the first of four Bedlam Series battles in 2013. OU will also serve as the host for the Bedlam Series conference matchups against OSU, with game one set for May 10 in Tulsa at ONEOK Field and the final two games of the series slated for May 11 and 12 at the Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.
Big 12 Conference home series at L. Dale Mitchell Park feature TCU (March 22-24), Kansas (March 28-30) and Texas Tech (April 26-28) while non-conference home games feature Hofstra (Feb. 15-17), Arkansas Pine Bluff (Feb. 19-20), Pepperdine (March 1-3), New Mexico State (March 12-13), Northwestern State (March 15-17), Oral Roberts (March 19-20), Arkansas Little Rock (April 16), New Orleans (April 19-21) and Dallas Baptist (May 14).
To purchase baseball tickets:
Order Online | Call (405) 325-2424 or toll-free (800) 456-GoOU
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