Purdue Boilermakers Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Ind.
Conference: Big Ten
Head Coach: Greg Goff
Notable Matchups: Ohio State, Mich.
Notable Players: Jermaine Allensworth, Travis Dorsch, Alpha Jamison
Purdue Boilermakers Baseball TicketsThe Purdue Boilermakers baseball team first appeared on the field in 1888 and joined the Big Ten Conference in 1906. The team had a historic season in 2012, finishing the year with 45 wins and going on to win their first Big Ten Title since 1909. They were also selected as one of 16 hosts for the NCAA Regionals. Through the years, they have appeared in three NCAA Regionals with the last appearance in 2018. They have also appeared in 18 Big Ten Tournaments since 1981. Purdue’s Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame includes 167 total inductees, which is less than 2% of all Boilermakers in history. A few of the Boilermakers baseball players inducted into the Hall of Fame include Terry Dischinger, W.P. "Dutch" Fehring, Bill "Moose" Skowron, Jewell Young, Bernie Allen and Joe Sexson. With more than 20 returning letter winners and a talented line-up of newcomers, the Boilermakers have their sights set on the postseason, yet again. Grab your Purdue Boilermakers baseball tickets at StubHub.
Where does the Purdue Boilermakers baseball team play?Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Ind., is the home field for the Purdue Boilermakers since the 2013 season. Before that, the team played at Lambert Field from 1965 to 2012. Named in honor of the former head baseball coach, Dave Alexander's late parents, the state-of-the-art brick stadium encompasses the team locker room, team meeting room, sports medicine room and an indoor hitting facility. It has a seating capacity of 1,500 that is expandable to 2,500 and includes luxury boxes, bleachers and berm seating.
Who are the coaches for the Purdue Boilermakers baseball team?Greg Goff was assigned as the Boilermakers Head Coach in June 2019 after serving as the volunteer assistant coach for two years. Before Purdue, Goff served as head coach for Campbell University, Louisiana Tech, University of Alabama and Division II University of Montevallo. He has over 15 years of coaching experience. He is assisted on the field by assistant coaches, Chris Marx and Cooper Fouts, and volunteer assistant coach Harry Shipley.
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How much are Purdue Boilermaker baseball tickets?Prices can vary depending on premium seating, regular or postseason games and whom the Purdue Boilermakers team is playing against. Be sure to check StubHub regularly for up-to-date pricing information.
What is the Purdue Boilermakers baseball schedule like?The Boilermakers are hitting the ground running this season with a line-up of away games before heading back to West Lafayette and their home field advantage. Catch them on the road against teams like the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, the Villanova Wildcats or the North Carolina Tar Heels. You can also catch them competing for the title against other Big Ten teams including the Michigan Wolverines, the Fighting Illini and the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Who are some Boilermaker Alumni playing in the pros?Through the years, the Boilermakers have yielded a number of players to both the minor and major leagues. Some current professional players who played for the Purdue Boilermakers Baseball team include Tanner Andrews (2016-2018), Nick Dalesandro (2016-2018), Matt Frawley (2014-2016), Kyle Johnson (2013-2016) and Josh Lindblom (2007-2008).
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