Single Game Tickets on Sale Now

Feb. 6, 2018

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With the season set to begin in just over a week, LMU athletics has announced that single game tickets for the 2018 LMU baseball season are now on sale.

Single game tickets can be purchased for as little as $8 in the general admission section. A ticket purchased in advance in the reserved seating section can be secured for $12.

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.

LMU students (with valid OneCard) receive complimentary admission to all regular-season home games. Members receive special seating and THE CAGE membership benefits when attending LMU baseball games and all home events.

Group tickets for parties of 15 or more are also available for $7 per ticket. For Groups of 100 or more, they are $5 per ticket. Group tickets are only available in General Admission sections. For more information please call the ticket office at 310-338-5466.



For fans in seventh grade or below, the Little Lions Club is the official kids club of LMU Athletics. Members receive exclusive membership benefits including admission to every LMU baseball home game, pregame and postgame events and much more. Join today to cheer on your LMU Lions and show you're #LIONSTRONG! Little Lions Club memberships cost $20 for children of Lions Athletic Fund and Alumni Association members, and $25 for all other children.

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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