Priority Deadline for Season Tickets Set for January 22

MANHATTAN, Kan. – With the 2016 K-State baseball season just a little over 30 days away, the priority deadline for season tickets to the 29 home games at Tointon Family Stadium is right around the corner.

Fans that purchase by the Friday, January 22 deadline, will be entered to win prizes such as a K-State baseball signed schedule poster, K-State Super Store gift card, concessions vouchers and more. Renewing before the deadline also allows fans to use their Athletic Priority points for seating assignments and upgrades.

The slate of games at Tointon Family Stadium features 14 different teams, including regional opponents Creighton, Omaha, Oral Roberts, Nebraska and Wichita State as well as Big 12 foes Baylor, KU, Oklahoma State and Texas.

For the third straight season, season ticket prices are unchanged from the previous year as packages start at less than $2 per game. Cat Cushion seats, located down the first and third baselines, are $100 for adults, $75 for Kansas State faculty and staff, and $50 for those that purchase four or more.

Chairback seats, situated between the dugouts behind home plate, are $150 for adults, $125 for faculty and staff, and $100 each when purchasing four or more.

To buy season tickets, fans can click here, call 1-800-221-CATS (2287), or stop by the K-State Athletics Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum.

Over the last two seasons, the Wildcats have turned in their best season attendances in program history. Last year, K-State averaged 2,631 fans, the 28th-best clip in Division I. In anticipation of the upcoming season, Wildcat supporters have helped the program surpass last season’s year-to-date total of season tickets sold so far.

Led by 13th-year head coach Brad Hill, K-State returns 14 letterwinners from last year’s team, highlighted by All-Big 12 performers Corey Fischer, Tyler Moore, Bryce Ward and Tyler Wolfe. Senior Fischer and sophomore Ward will lead a K-State pitching staff that turned in its best team ERA in Big 12 play since the era began in 1997. Moore and Wolfe, meanwhile, were the Wildcats’ top hitters in overall and conference-only games, respectively, last year.

The team will also be in attendance during the K-State basketball doubleheader in Bramlage Coliseum on Saturday. The Wildcats will sign autographs before the men’s 3 p.m. game while the eight seniors will be recognized on the court during the women’s 7 p.m. contest.