A bunt in baseball can be a strategic move to advance the runner, but it can also act as a delicious snack during cake-less doubleheaders. Enjoy infield antics and tasty treats with today's Groupon: for $10, you get two general-admission tickets (up to a $12 value) plus $12 worth of snacks at an upcoming Kennesaw State University men's baseball game (up to a $24 total value) at Stillwell Stadium in Kennesaw. Choose from six dates:
- Wednesday, April 27 at 6 p.m. vs. Georgia Southern
- Friday, May 6 at 6 p.m. vs. USC Upstate
- Saturday, May 7 at 1 p.m. vs. USC Upstate (doubleheader)
- Thursday, May 19 at 6 p.m. vs. Jacksonville
- Friday, May 20 at 6 p.m. vs. Jacksonville
- Saturday, May 21 at 1 p.m. vs. Jacksonville
The Kennesaw State University Owls soar into the outfields of fans' hearts by smashing long balls, turning double plays, and firing fastballs at the Division I level. Now in his 20th season with Kennesaw State, head coach Mike Sansing has big plans for this year’s team, such as helping budding ballers, including home-run leader Andy Chriscaden, clobber more dingers and inventing a hamster wheel-powered pitcher. This year’s roster is anchored by Chriscaden, sophomore catcher Ronnie Freeman (30 RBIs through April 19), and infielder Aaron Dobbs, who has stolen a team-high 14 bases (through April 19). The Owls have a rich history of churning out top talent, such New York Mets outfielder Willie Harris, a number of minor-league standouts, and Buddy from Air Bud 4: Seventh Inning Fetch.
All home games are played at Stillwell Stadium, a classic ballpark that holds more than 1,200 fans, with a stunning view of Kennesaw Mountain hovering just over center field. Come full of baseball pride or fuel enthusiastic cheers by throwing a fastball of popcorn ($2), select candy bars ($2), Coca-Cola products ($2), and hot dogs ($2, available at some games) into a hungry batter's box.
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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