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Flex Packages and Single-Game Tickets On Sale Now

Jan. 8, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Single-game tickets and Flex Packages for the 2018 Virginia Baseball season go on sale Monday (Jan. 8) through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office. General admission season tickets for the 35-game home schedule remain on sale. Reserved season tickets are sold out for 2018.

Season Tickets
General admission season tickets offer great value at Davenport Field and are valid for seating in the left field bleachers (new Sections A-E), on the hill or in standing room only areas of Davenport Field.

General admission season tickets are $75 for adults and $60 for youth, seniors and UVA faculty and staff.

Single-Game Tickets
Single-game general admission ticket options are available for every home game. General admission seating is available in the left field bleachers (new Sections A-E) as well as on the hill and standing room only areas of Davenport Field.

  • Tuesday & Wednesday Home Games
    • General Admission: $7 ($5 for youth, seniors and UVA faculty and staff)
  • Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday Home Games
    • General Admission: $9 ($7 for youth, seniors and UVA faculty and staff)

Flex Packages
The Flex Package allows fans the opportunity to purchase a minimum of 10 admission vouchers to be exchanged online for the games of their choice. Flex package vouchers are $4 each, which represents a savings of up to 50 percent off single-game ticket prices.

Family Packages
Family Packages are available for ACC home games against Boston College (March 18), Virginia Tech (April 8), North Carolina (April 15) and Clemson (April 29).  Family Packages include four general admission tickets and four $8 concessions vouchers for $40.  Additional Family Package tickets can be purchased for $10 each.



Clubhouse Tickets
The Clubhouse located in left center field will be reserved this season for corporate sponsors of Virginia Athletics.  This premium seating area includes a climate-controlled indoor area as well as outdoor seating.  To reserve a game for your company outing, contact Virginia Sports Properties at (434) 982-4680.

How to Purchase Tickets
Fans may purchase season tickets or any of the above ticket options online at or through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for in-person or telephone purchases. Telephone purchases can be made by calling 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821) or locally at 434-924-UVA1 (8821).

2018 Season
The Cavaliers open the 2018 season on Feb. 16 against Central Florida in Orlando.  The home opener is Feb. 20 against VMI.  Virginia's home schedule includes weekend series against Boston College, Clemson, Eastern Kentucky, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Yale.

Fans will be welcomed to a newly-renovated Davenport Field in 2018.  Additions will include a grand entry in right field, chairback seating down the first and third baselines, and an expanded concourse down the right field line with new concessions, merchandise and restroom facilities.

Now in his 15th season as head coach, Brian O'Connor has led Virginia to 14 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, the fourth-longest active streak in the nation. UVA returns 22 letter winners from its 2017 squad that posted a 43-16 record and played in the Fort Worth NCAA Regional.  UVA won the 2015 national championship and has earned four College World Series berths and six NCAA Super Regional appearances since 2009.


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