Single-game tickets for the UT Arlington 2014 baseball season, including both games at Globe Life Park in Arlington, are on sale at UTATickets.com or by calling 817-272-9595.
The Mavericks will face Texas A&M on March 4 and Oklahoma on March 11 at Globe Life Park (formerly Rangers Ballpark). Presale tickets through UTATickets.com/817-272-9595 are $6 for the general public, with UTA students able to receive one free ticket and up to four additional tickets at $3 each.
Tickets the day of game at Globe Life Park are $10 for general public and $6 for all students. Parking is $5 in Lots A and B.
Single-game tickets for the 29 games at Clay Gould Ballpark are $5 for the general public and $3 for UTA students with a valid ID. Students with an All-Sports Pass need to show their ID at the Clay Gould Ballpark ticket window for admission.
Season tickets are also available at UTATickets.com/817-272-9595. Season tickets prices for the Clay Gould Ballpark schedule are $99 (Adult), $79 (Senior) and $49 (Youth). The Clay Gould Ballpark schedule includes all 15 Sun Belt Conference home games and two tournaments. All seating at Clay Gould Ballpark is general admission.
The two games at Globe Life Park are not part of the season-ticket package.
UT Arlington softball coach Kristie Fox is proud to announce that admission to all softball games at Allan Saxe Field will be free for the 2014 season. The Mavericks' 24-game home schedule begins Feb. 14 with the three-day UTA Maverick Invitational.
"In our last year in our current facility we are offering free admission, and are really trying to reach out to the community and the student population," Fox said. "We want to create a fan base here in Arlington and that fan support really does make a difference, especially in close games."
Allan Saxe Field is also playing host to the UTA Hilton Invitational from Feb. 20-23. Home games also include the first season in the Sun Belt Conference. The first Sun Belt home series is March 29-30 against Western Kentucky.
"The free admission allows people who wouldn't normally come to our games the opportunity to fall in love with our players and sport," Fox added. "Softball is a great sport to watch and the players are very accessible to the young people. Our team plans on sticking around 20-30 minutes after each game to sign autographs and meet the people that come out and support us."