Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Roadrunner Field, San Antonio, Texas
Conference: Conference USA
Head Coach: Pat Hallmark
Notable Matchups: Texas A&M (2013), Dallas Baptist (2013)
Notable Players: Chase Keng, Zachary Griggs, Kyrell Miller, Dylan Rock, Taylor Barber
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners Baseball TicketsThe Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners baseball team first assembled in 1992 and has since been part of the Southland Conference (283-277) and the Western Athletic Conference (15-11). The team’s C-USA record is 72-75, and its all-time record is 757-761. The Roadrunners have made it to the NCAA Tournament in 1994, 2005 and 2013. The team holds titles to five championships, including the regular season SLC in 2007 and 2008, the SLC Tournament in 1994 and 2005 and the WAC Tournament in 2013. Some all-time Roadrunners baseball letter winners include Matt Allen, Wesley Cox, Matt Guzman, Chad Kuck, Boone Mokry, Gilbert Saenz and David Vasquez. Some individual batting records include .739 (season, minimum 100 AB) by Jose Hernandez in 2009 and .360 (career, minimum 300 AB) by Trent Lockwood from 2007-2008. Grab your tickets to see a UTSA Roadrunner game in action at StubHub.
Who is the coaching staff for the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners baseball team?Pat Hallmark took the reigns as head coach for the Roadrunners in 2019 as the program’s fifth head coach. Hallmark began his baseball career as a star catcher for the Rice University Owls. He was drafted by the Kansas City Royals and played in the minor leagues for nine years. He has an established reputation as one of the top coaches in college baseball, previously coaching at UIW, Missouri and Rice. Baseball America named Hallmark one of the top 50 coaches to watch after his 2019 season. Hallmark is assisted on the field by assistant coaches Scott Shepperd and Ryan Aguayo and volunteer assistant coach Zach Luevanos.
What is the UTSA Roadrunners baseball schedule like?Catch the next UTSA Roadrunners season as the squad will compete against teams like the Quinnipiac Bobcats, the Grambling State Tigers and the UT Arlington Mavericks. You can see the UTSA baseball team compete in the Irish Alamo Classic or against other C-USA teams, including the Charlotte 49ers, the Marshall Thundering Herd and the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. If you cannot make it to San Antonio, you can still catch the Roadrunners in other cities in the region, including Corpus Christi, Texas; Murfreesboro, Tenn.; or Boca Raton, Fla.
Where is home field for the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners baseball team?Roadrunner Field is located on the UTSA campus and features seating for 800 fans. Affectionately called "The Bird Bath," the field is surrounded by large oak trees left behind from the ranch it was built upon. Concessions are limited and are cash-only, but they are quite affordable in comparison to larger ballparks. Students tend to gather out past right field in the unofficial student section called "The Dirty Birds."
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How much are UTSA Roadrunners baseball tickets?You can often find tickets at StubHub for as little as $15 each. Take into consideration that ticket prices can vary depending on the seat locations, luxury accommodations, regular- or post-season games and the opponents. Generally, tournament games and big rivalry games cost more than regular-season games.
Who are some former Roadrunners in the pros?There are quite a few former Roadrunners in both the majors and minors, including Justin Anderson (LA Angels), Nathan Alexander, Bryan Arias, Derek Craft, Chance Kirby, Chris Muller and Karan Patel.
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