With the 2018 LMU baseball season set to begin on February 16, LMU athletics has announced that mini plans for baseball home games at Page Stadium are now on sale. Fans can package a mini plan to include any five home games this year, with prices starting at $30.
General Admission mini plans provide access to all General Admission areas of Page Stadium, while a Reserved mini plan secures a seat in the chair-back sections behind home plate. General Admission mini plans can be purchased for $30, while Reserved mini plans cost $50.
To purchase Reserved or General Admission mini plans or season tickets, please contact the LMU Ticket Office at 310-338-5466 or visit the link below:
LMU Baseball Tickets
The 2018 slate, announced by 10th-year head coach Jason Gill, will feature 52 games, including 24 to be played at LMU’s Page Stadium. The Lions will host Super Regional-qualifier Long Beach State, Pac-12 schools USC, Oregon and UCLA, and welcome PCH Cup rival Pepperdine to Page Stadium for a three-game series.
Group ticket packages are also on sale now. Group tickets for parties of 15 or more are $7. For Groups of 100 or more, tickets are $5. Group tickets are only available in General Admission sections. For more information please call the Ticket Office at 310-338-5466.
Single game tickets are expected to be made available starting February 6.
The 2018 season begins on February 16 as the Lions hit the road for an opening weekend tournament in Las Vegas. LMU will begin the season with a game against Oregon before playing Indiana State and UNLV to close Opening Weekend. LMU’s home-opener is scheduled for February 20 when the Lions welcome UC Irvine to Page Stadium at 6 p.m.
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