Coach Scott Stricklin and the Bulldogs open the 2015 season on Feb. 13 at Foley Field.
ATHENS------The Georgia Bulldogs will have 33 home games in 2015, featuring Southeastern Conference series with LSU, Florida, Vanderbilt, Arkansas and Missouri.
The 56-game college baseball season begins Feb. 13 at Foley Field with a series against UNC-Charlotte. Georgia will play 18 of its first 22 games at home including a three-game set against Florida State (Feb. 20-22). The SEC series opener will be March 13 here against Missouri. The other SEC home series will be with defending national champion Vanderbilt (April 3-5), LSU (April 17-19), Florida (May 1-3) and Arkansas (May 14-16).
Georgia’s SEC road series will be at Tennessee (March 20-22), South Carolina (March 27-29), Alabama (April 10-12), Auburn (April 24-26) and Kentucky (May 8-10). Due to stadium renovations in Tuscaloosa, the Alabama series will be played at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, Ala.
The 13th annual Spring Baseball Classic to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta will be May 12 as the Bulldogs battle rival Georgia Tech at Turner Field. The SEC Tournament again will feature the league’s top 12 finishers in the regular season and be played in Hoover, Ala. NCAA Regional action at various campus sites begins in late May and continues through June, culminating with the College World Series (CWS) in Omaha, Neb. The Bulldogs have made six appearances in Omaha including winning the national title in 1990 and reaching the CWS Finals in 2008.
New for the 2015 season, The Georgia Bulldog Club has established the Georgia Baseball Fund (GBF), which will serve as the priority-seating program for Georgia Baseball. The donation deadline to guarantee a renewable season ticket for the 2015 Georgia Baseball season will be September 30th. To learn more about the GBF, call The Georgia Bulldog Club toll-free at 877 423-2947 or visit http://thegeorgiabulldogclub.com/tickets/baseball/. Season tickets will go on sale beginning Oct. 1.
Georgia begins its second year under head coach Scott Stricklin, who has helped steer the $12 million Foley Field Revival project slated to be ready for the 2015 season. Last year, he led Georgia back to the SEC Tournament, compiled an 11-game winning streak during the season and captured a series over seventh-ranked South Carolina, the first over a top 10 team since 2011.
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