Baseball to be Recognized, Sign Autographs

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Head coach Brad Hill and the 2010 Kansas State baseball team will be signing autographs for fans along the concourse on the north end of Bramlage Coliseum prior to Monday's men's basketball game against Texas.

The autograph session, which runs from 7 p.m. to 7:45, will feature a Wildcat squad that returns 15 letterwinners from its historic 2009 season in which K-State won a school record 43 games and advanced to the program's first-ever NCAA Regional.

In addition, the entire 2009 team will be honored during the game against the Longhorns. Coach Hill and former Wildcat A.J. Morris will also be recognized for their 2009 Big 12 Coach and Pitcher of the Year awards.

Information regarding 2010 season ticket packages for the 28-game home schedule will be available during the autograph session. The 2010 slate includes seven opponents that advanced to the 2009 NCAA Tournament and three teams ranked in the final 2009 polls, including No. 2 and national runner-up Texas, No. 18 Oklahoma and No. 21 Minnesota.

Premium Reserved chairbacks, located in the lower bowl directly behind home plate, are priced at $125. General admission chairbacks, in the center sections above the concourse walkway and in the lower bowl to the side of each dugout, are $100, while general admission bleacher season seating is $75.

For more information about baseball season tickets, call the Kansas State Athletic Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum at (785) 532-7606 or visit www.k-statesports.com.