$34 for a two-game package for two (up to $52 value). The package includes two general-admission tickets to any regular-season home game, plus two reserved tickets to one of the following games:
- Against South Carolina on Tuesday, March 1, at 7 p.m.
- Against Clemson on Tuesday, March 15, at 7 p.m.
- Against Clemson on Wednesday, March 16, at 6 p.m.
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The Scouting Report
Although the 2016 baseball season is just beginning, The Citadel Bulldogs will be tested almost immediately. Even after tough home games against #17 South Carolina and ACC powerhouse Clemson, they’ll still have their mitts full thanks to match-ups against conference rivals such as UNCG, Western Carolina, and Samford. Fortunately, the Bulldogs have a couple key advantages: they play extremely well at Riley Park, and their roster is studded with talent. Here are two players to keep an eye on:
- Sophomore pitcher JP Sears, who was selected to the pre-season All-Conference team. The Sumter native posted impressive numbers during his first season, racking up 82 strikeouts in 75.2 innings. He also picked off six runners by utilizing a slick move to first base instead of just trying to lure them to the mound with candy.
- Junior Austin Mapes, who was also selected to the pre-season All-Conference team. Last spring, the outfielder posted a .460 slugging percentage and collected 10 stolen bases, all while scoring the second-most runs on the team with 45.
The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, has prepared students for life in the armed services since 1842. Its athletics history is likewise long. Even though nobody knows when or how football was invented, the Citadel has been playing the game since 1905. What's more, its affiliation with the Southern Conference dates back to 1936, a remarkable partnership in a college-sports landscape often characterized by shifting allegiances. Today, its 16 varsity-sports teams compete at the NCAA's DI level, spanning women's sports such as golf, soccer, and volleyball, and men's programs such as baseball, football, and wrestling.