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June 3, 2008

Super Regional Ticket and TV Information: UGA vs. NC State


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We pulled a terrible draw on the start times. Per the NC State web site:
The first game will be Friday at noon at Foley Field, Georgia’s 3,291-seat baseball stadium. The game will be broadcast on ESPN. Saturday, the two teams will meet again at noon in a game that will be televised on ESPN2. Sunday's game, if needed, will be at 4 p.m. and broadcast on ESPN.
Ticket information from Georgiadogs.com
ATHENS, Ga. – All-Session tickets to attend the NCAA Baseball Athens Super Regional, featuring Georgia and North Carolina State, will go on sale online via www.georgiadogs.com, at the Athletic Association Ticket Office window or by calling 1-877-542-1231 (toll free) beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 3.

All-Session Reserved tickets are $40 with the all-session general admission price set at $30. Both All-Session ticket packages include a ticket to all Athens Super Regional games including Game 3 if necessary and provide fans with a discount off the individual game ticket prices.

All tickets ordered for the Super Regional will be distributed via Will-Call. Patrons may claim their tickets prior to the regional from the Athletic Association Ticket Office beginning on Thursday, June 5 at 9:00 a.m. Regional tickets will also be available for pickup at the Foley Field ticket windows each day of the Super Regional.

For more information, visit www.georgiadogs.com and click on the link for tickets or call the Ticket Office at 1-877-542-1231. Visa, Mastercard and Cash are all accepted forms of payment.
PWD

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Reserved seats sold out in just over an hour.

Bop said...

Got my tickets first thing...Can't wait. Super Regionals in Athens are some of my favorite times in sports.

BTW thanks for linking catfish and cornbread! Y'all are the best. Have had a long time addiction to GSB.

Jason said...

Any streaming audio of the game anywhere? Looked at GXtra but couldn't find anything.

 
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