NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Outfield single-game tickets are now on sale for Vanderbilt’s 19 nonconference home games at Hawkins Field by clicking here or by calling the ticket office at 615.322.GOLD (4653).
Tickets are priced at $14 not including fees. The Commodores, who are ranked No. 1 preseason by three publications, will host 15 consecutive nonconference tilts beginning with the home opener on Feb. 20 against Evansville.
Other midweek matchups include Southeast Missouri State (Feb. 26), Austin Peay (Feb. 27), Davidson (March 5), ETSU (March 6), Samford (March 12), Western Kentucky (April 2), Indiana State (April 16), Tennessee Tech (April 30) and Middle Tennessee (May 14).
Vanderbilt welcomes three nonconference opponents for weekend series including Pepperdine (Feb. 22-24), Dayton (March 1-3) and Illinois State (March 8-10).
A limited number of outfield season tickets are still on sale as well. Tickets are priced at $99 – or $2.91 per game – for the Commodores’ 34 home outings including 15 matchups against the Southeastern Conference.
Perfect Game touts Commodore talent
Fifteen Vanderbilt student-athletes have been named among the best in their respective athletic classifications, the second-most nationally, as Perfect Game unveiled its top-50 and top-100 lists this week.
The publication tabbed right-handed pitcher Kumar Rocker as the nation’s top freshman. Among Commodores recognized, seven are pitchers with right-hander Patrick Raby appearing at No. 14 among seniors and southpaw Hugh Fisher checking in at No. 17 among sophomores.
Vanderbilt was second only to Florida (16) while LSU (10) was the only other program in double-digits. Among the top-13 teams nationally, six squads come by way of the Southeastern Conference with Auburn and Ole Miss boasting eight and Arkansas adding seven.