Houston Cougars 42-21 (15-9 AAC)

  • Head Coach: Todd Whitting
  • Ranks (RPI / PG / NCBWA / Baseball America / USA Today / D1BB / CB): 18 / 14 / 22 / 16 / 20 / 25 / 24
  • Strength of Schedule: 33
  • Record vs RPI Top 50: 13-0
  • NCAA Appearances: 21
  • CWS Appearances: 2
  • Best Finish: CWS (1953, 1967)

Iowa Hawkeyes 39-22 (15-9 Big 10)

  • Head Coach: Rick Heller
  • Ranks (RPI / NCBWA / Baseball America / USA Today / D1BB / CB): 83 / - / - / - / - / 28
  • Strength of Schedule: 179
  • Record vs RPI Top 50: 5-3
  • NCAA Appearances: 6
  • CWS Appearances: 1
  • Best Finish: College World Series (1972)

Texas A&M Aggies 39-24 (16-14 Big SEC)

  • Head Coach: Rob Childress
  • Ranks (RPI / NCBWA / Baseball America / USA Today / D1BB): 41 / 28 / - / 25 / -
  • Strength of Schedule: 58
  • Record vs RPI Top 50: 12-16
  • NCAA Appearances: 32
  • CWS Appearances: 5
  • Best Finish: College World Series (51', 64', 93', 99', 2011)

Baylor Bears 34-23 (12-12 Big 12)

  • Head Coach: Steve Rodriguez
  • Ranks (RPI / NCBWA / Baseball America / USA Today / D1BB): 21 / 30 / - / - / -
  • Strength of Schedule: 5
  • Record vs RPI Top 50: 16-13
  • NCAA Appearances: 19
  • CWS Appearances: 3
  • Best Finish: College World Series (1977, 1978, 2005)

Houston Regional Schedule/Results

Game 1 2pm CT Texas A&M 8, Baylor 5 GameTracker
Game 2 7pm CT Iowa 6, Houston 3 GameTracker
Game 3 2pm CT Houston 17, Baylor 3 GameTracker
Game 4 7pm CT Texas A&M 3, Iowa 2 GameTracker
Game 5 3pm CT Houston vs. Iowa GameTracker
Game 6 8pm CT Texas A&M vs. Winner Game 5 GameTracker
Game 7 (if necessary) 6pm CT Game 6 Rematch GameTracker

The following timeline will be used by the Houston Athletics Ticket Office on ticket sales:

Sunday, May 28 - Houston Baseball Season Ticket Holders, Coaches Committee/Dugout Club and Corbin J Robertson Donors will receive an e-mail with access to purchase Regional all-session tickets.

Monday, May 29 - All other Cougar Pride Donors will receive an e-mail at 5 p.m. with access to purchase Regional all-session tickets beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

Tuesday, May 30 - Houston Baseball flex plan and mini plan purchasers will receive an e-mail at 5 p.m. with access to purchase Regional all-session tickets beginning at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.

University of Houston student sale begins 9 a.m. All-session tickets for $25 and Single Game Tickets for $5 each. You must show your Cougar Card to purchase tickets at the student rate at the Houston Athletics Ticket Office at TDECU Stadium. Each student is limited to one ticket per Cougar Card.

Thursday, June 1 - All-session tickets, if still available, will go on sale to the general public at 8 a.m. at UHCougars.com/tickets. Single-session passes, if still available, will be available online to the public at Noon at UHCougars.com/tickets.

Single-game tickets may not be an option if all-session tickets sell out.

Ticket Pricing

All-Session Passes:
Lower Level Reserved: $100
Upper Level Reserved: $80
General Admission: $50
Students: $25

Single Session Pricing:
Lower Level Reserved: $20
Upper Level Reserved: $15
General Admission: $10
Students: $5

Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park

Known for its fan-friendly atmosphere and spacious accommodations, Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park is the proud home of the University of Houston Baseball team. Reconstructed on February 22, 1995 and recently renovated with the installation of FieldTurf, Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park became one of the nation's top college baseball stadiums. The Cougars enjoy a beautiful scaled-down version of a Major League park, attracting fans from across the state that want to share in the experience of a great college baseball environment.

Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park holds a seating capacity of 3,500 fans, but can accommodate up to 5,000 fans with a pair of grass berm areas located along the outfield lines. A canopy red roof covers the upper general admission seats, shading fans during the hot Houston months.

The stadium is equipped and handicapped accessible, providing 35 seating spaces for wheelchairs along the concourse level. Seating and access for handicapped fans are convenient with two wide ramps located on each side of the park. Netting encompasses the reserved seating, so fans can be close to the action, yet safe from foul balls.

Along with the superb playing surface, the Cougars can take advantage of one of the region's top indoor hitting facilities, located along the west end of the stadium. The practice facility is designed to allow hitting, pitching and infield practice. With a Major League style look, the Houston home bullpen is equipped with three dirt mounds and field turf surface throughout. The bullpen area provides the Cougars with a short-game practice area, while being fully lit for night time practice and workouts.

Houston Baseball showcases the second largest video display in all of college baseball by Daktronics when it installed the Sanders-Gutierrez Scoreboard at Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park in 2015.

According to Daktronics, the new outfield video display is the second largest at an on-campus baseball stadium in the country behind Arkansas' new board. It measures roughly 27.5 feet high by more than 55 feet wide to provide more than 1,500 square feet of space for live video, instant replays, statistics and scoring information, graphics and animations, and sponsor messages. The display features a 15HD pixel layout for crisp, clear imagery with wide-angle viewing for a great view from every seat at the ballpark.

With the new dimensions set, the new display measures twice as tall and more than three times as wide as the former display board in right-center field. Baseball fans in the city of Houston see a similar display board at MLB's Minute Maid Park -- as both the Cougars and Astros house the same manufactured product from Daktronics.

Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park also houses the Cougars' clubhouse, which includes large, professional-style locker rooms and offices for the coaches. A training area for on-site sports therapy accompanies rooms for equipment, storage, video breakdown, and laundry are available for players, coaches, and team personnel.

Recent renovations in 2011 took place inside the Cougar clubhouse with newly installed wooden lockers, highlighting former players and donors to the program. Current players enjoy the luxury of flat screen televisions, a dining and lounge area for off-the-field comfort.

Visiting teams and umpires can enjoy the trip to Houston as both treated to separate quality locker room areas that house showers and dressing areas inside the visiting team dugout.

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