Like advertising, baseball relies on great pitches, a loyal fan base, and the power of grown men in animal costumes to sway public opinion. Endorse America’s pastime with today’s GrouponLive deal to see the Kennesaw State University Owls baseball team play at Stillwell Stadium. Doors open one hour before the game. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get a game outing for two (up to a $20 total value).
- For $20, you get a game outing for four (up to a $40 total value).<p>
Each person in the outing receives the following: * A general-admission ticket (up to a $6 value each) * A hot dog (a $2 value each) * A soda (a $2 value each)<p>
For both outings, choose from the following games: * Against Bradley on Friday, February 17, at 4 p.m. * Against Virginia Tech on Saturday, February 18, at 4 p.m. * Against Virginia Tech on Sunday, February 19, at 2 p.m. * Against Georgia State on Saturday, March 10, at 2 p.m. * Against Georgia State on Sunday, March 11, at 2 p.m.<p>
- For $30, you get season tickets for general-admission seating at all Owls’ home games (a $60 value). Click here to view the Owls’ 2012 schedule.<p>
The KSU Owls swoop into a fresh season, equipped to catch, throw and swing their way toward the top of the Atlantic Sun Conference, where they landed in third place just a year ago. Entering his 21st season, head coach Mike Sansing returns to the bench to mentor a roster that includes two player-of-the-year nominees. While Owls fans slurp sodas and use hot-dog buns to catch foul balls, infielder Aaron Dobbs corrals all line shots, and slugging first baseman Andy Chriscaden steps to the plate prepared to build on last season’s 15 home runs and 74 RBIs that earned him a spot amongst the NCAA’s elite power hitters. During the February 17 game against Bradley, Stillwell Stadium will be buzzing with Opening Day energy, as players work out early-season jitters and inject energy drinks into their bats.
Kennesaw State University Owls
Established in 1982, Kennesaw State's athletics program first competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. In the mid-90s, the Owls migrated to the NCAA, where they claimed 7 Division II championships in activities as diverse as men's basketball, cheerleading, and women's soccer. Just as a real owl hones its night vision until it stops stubbing its talons on branches, the school continued its ascent until it joined the Division I Atlantic Sun Conference, netting two national tournament appearances in women's soccer as well as championships in men's track and field and women's cross-country.
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