HOUSTON -- With the season right around the corner, the Houston Athletics Ticket Office has announced baseball season ticket renewals are now available for the upcoming 2018 season.
At this time, only 2017 baseball season ticket members will have the opportunity to reserve a seat for 2018, as renewals are available by CLICKING HERE. Fans wishing to become a season ticket member will have the opportunity to purchase in early 2018.
Season tickets for 29 regular-season home games at Schroeder Park are available for $200 for the reserved chairback seating on the lower level of the concourse of the stadium.
For the fourth straight year, the additional "Reserved 2" seating option for the 2018 season is available as fans can purchase an assigned seat in sections 200, 201 and 202 for $150.
General admission seating will run in sections 203-209 and are available for $100 for the entire season.
All 2017 season ticket members should have received an email regarding the renewal process for 2018.
2018 SEASON TICKET PRICES
$200 - Reserved 1 (Sections: 100 Level)
$150 -- Reserved 2 (Sections: 200, 201, 202)
$100 -- General Admission (Sections: 203-209)
*GA season tickets will include (1) one ticket per game
$160 -- UH Faculty/Staff Reserved 1
$120 -- UH Faculty/Staff Reserved 2
RENEWAL DEADLINE: December 11, 2017 at 5 pm
If you wish to renew season tickets for the 2018 season, all renewals must be in the system by 5 p.m. CT on December 11, 2017 to guarantee your selected seat.
HOW TO RENEW?
CLICK HERE or call 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647)
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN RENEWING:
- If the University of Houston is selected to host Regionals or Super Regionals, season ticket locations are NOT guaranteed based on NCAA Ticket Guidelines and Policies.
- Regional and Super Regional tickets will be allocated as close to your original seats as possible. All season ticket members will be ranked based on the Cougar Pride Priority Point System, first by Giving Level and then by Priority Points.
WHY SHOULD YOU RENEW FOR 2018?
Houston will look to defend its American Athletic Conference titles from a year ago as the Cougars are coming off a 2017 campaign that featured a regular-season and tournament title -- the first Houston team since 2000 to win both in the same year. An early fall roster sports 16 newcomers and 10 true freshmen.
Highlighting the returning group is First Team All-American and reigning American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year Trey Cumbie, who finished 10-2 with a 2.04 ERA. Also returning for the 2018 season are All-Conference award winners Joe Davis (.299 avg., 8 HR) and Mitch Ullom (6-3, 3.57 ERA).
A year ago, Houston notched its third 40-plus win season under head coach Todd Whitting when it went 42-21 in 2017 and was awarded the No. 1 seed in the sold-out NCAA Houston Regional for the second time in three years.
RED-WHITE WORLD SERIES -- NOV. 1-3
Reigning American Athletic Conference Champion Houston Baseball looks to test the work of its fall preparation when it hosts its annual Red-White World Series at Schroeder Park, Wednesday, Nov. 1 -- Friday, Nov. 3. Game times are slated for 6:30 p.m. each night.
All three games are free and open to the public. Fans are encouraged to come out and get a sneak peek of the 2018 squad that features 16 newcomers.
The 2017-18 team will split into two teams with rosters to be announced closer to the three-day event. Game 3 will be played regardless of the outcome of Games 1 and 2.
NOTES ON THE 2018 SCHEDULE | FULL SCHEDULE
2 -- Cougars set to play two games at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas: Rice, Sam Houston State
4 -- Houston will host four American opponents at home: Memphis, USF, Wichita State, UCF
8 -- The schedule features eight home midweek games
13 -- Houston will host Opening Weekend games for the 13th straight year
13 -- The Cougars will open the season with 13 straight games vs. 2017 NCAA Regional teams
17 -- 2018 will mark the 17th season to play in the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park
20 -- The Cougars are 20-1 under Todd Whitting (last seven seasons) during Opening Weekend
29 -- Houston will host 29 home games at Schroeder Park
29 -- The Cougars are scheduled to play 29 games vs. 14 different 2017 NCAA Regional teams
35 -- Houston is scheduled to play 35 games in the City of Houston
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