Wildcats to Hold Fall World Series

Oct. 30, 2013

K-State Athletics

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The defending Big 12 champion K-State baseball team will play in a three-game Fall World Series over the course of a week starting on Sunday, November 3. All games in the series will be held at Tointon Family Stadium and are open to the public.

Each intra-squad game will be seven-innings and take place on November 3 at 2 pm, Thursday, November 7 at 5 pm and Saturday, November 9 at 3 pm. Gates open for fans one hour before first pitch.

K-State has been in the midst of Fall Camp since late September. The team, led by 11th-year head coach Brad Hill, features key returnees Big 12 Player of the Year and All-American Ross Kivett, All-Big 12 First Team selections Shane Conlon, Austin Fisher and Blair DeBord, and Freshman All-American Jake Matthys. Overall, the Wildcats have 19 letterwinners returning from last year.

K-State is coming off a season of unprecedented success for the program. The Wildcats won a school-record 45 games in 2013, en route to capturing their first conference title in 80 years and reaching a Super Regional for the first time.

Information about season tickets for the 2014 season will be available on Thursday, October 31.