Dec. 4, 2013
UCF Athletics Social Media Directory
By Andrew Jennette
ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - The road back to the postseason for the UCF baseball team officially begins in February as the 2014 regular-season schedule was released Wednesday. The Knights will welcome fans out to the baseball complex for 35 home games beginning on Friday, Feb. 14, against Siena.
2014 UCF Baseball Schedule
In its inaugural season in the American Athletic Conference, UCF head coach Terry Rooney's squad will look to make its third postseason appearance in the last four years with another challenging slate against some of the best teams in the nation. The Knights will go head-to-head with eight teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament, including Florida, Florida State, Florida Atlantic, Miami, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, UConn and College World Series participant Louisville.
Season Ticket Renewals
Starting Dec. 4, fans will be able to renew their season tickets online in order to guarantee their 2013 seat location again for the 2014 season. There will be several new seating opportunities including brand new seatbacks in sections 101 and 102. To renew your season tickets click here: Season Ticket Renewals
All accounts that renew by the Jan. 22 deadline will be able to upgrade their seat location (based on availability). Fans who renew their season tickets during this period will receive a special season ticket holder gift.
By signing up for the Home Run or Grand Slam Levels, members of the UCF Baseball Dugout Club have the option to: A) receive complimentary general admission season tickets or B) receive ticket credit toward reserved seating.
New Season Tickets
Reserve your 2014 UCF baseball season tickets today with a $25 deposit. Season ticket holders receive benefits such as a discounted pricing, priority points, early seat selection on regular and postseason games along with a season-ticket-holder gift.
All season ticket, mini-plan, group and single-game tickets will go on sale to the public on Feb. 3, 2014
UCF welcomes in-state foe Florida State to the baseball complex for a two-game set on March 11-12. A total of 5,851 fans packed the park the last time the Seminoles made the trip south for a pair of contests in 2012. The Knights will also host Miami in a non-conference game on April 9. That matchup is a return meeting for UCF as it will make the trip to Coral Gables earlier in the season on March 18.
For the second-consecutive season, the Knights will host the UCF Baseball Tournament on Feb. 21-23 when Ohio State, Oklahoma and The Citadel make their way to Orlando. Other noteworthy opponents on the 2014 home slate include Michigan (March 5), North Florida (April 30) and FAU (May 6).
On the road in 2014, the Knights will take on Florida in Gainesville on Feb. 18 in a key early-season non-conference matchup. The Black and Gold will also travel to Ole Miss for a three-game series from Feb. 28-March 2, Jacksonville, Bethune-Cookman, UNF and FAU.
In its inaugural season in The American, UCF will host Cincinnati, Louisville, Temple and Rutgers while venturing to rival USF, Memphis and Houston before ending the regular season at UConn. The Knights are aiming to make history by becoming the first conference champion in the newly formed league.