May 23, 2016 07:54 AM EDT
West Virginia Fourth Seed In Big 12 Championship; OKC To Host Until 2020
Headlining the season on a regular basis, Texas Tech is the top seed and will draw attention to division one of the championship bracket, preparing against eighth-seeded K-State in the matinee matchup on Wednesday at 12:30 pm CT.
Opening the games this season, West Virginia being fourth-seeded will battle against No. 5 Oklahoma at 9:00 am CT, The Registered Herald reported. Featured at division two of the bracket, second-seeded Oklahoma State battles with seventh-seeded Texas in the 7:30 pm CT time on Wednesday. No. 6 Baylor prepares against No. 3 TCU at 4:00 pm CT.
Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball call center will distribute the tickets for a single-session presale starting at 11 am CT on Sunday, May 22. The presale includes a unique four-pack bid of four tickets and $5 in allowance vouchers per ticket for just $69.99 and is completely available to those who reserves at 405.218.2180. Fans are encouraged to call Sunday to secure the best seat locations because only a limited number of seats are available for this offer, TRH added.
All-session tickets for the match begin at as low as $69 for a total of 15 games, including the needed games on Saturday, TRH said. Upcoming championship will feature an entirety of eight sessions, which all includes two games except for championship finals on Sunday at 1 pm CT.
During the five days of the Championship, Big 12 Baseball Gameday will be presented by Phillips 66. Philip 66 is an interactive event for all ages at the ballpark. The festivities includes a full-size batting pen for both children and adults, a live pitching simulator, corn hole boards, a photo booth and more exciting games.
In conference history, the Championship pays homage to Oklahoma City for the 17th time as OKC will host the event until 2020. FOX College Sports will telecast Wednesday through Saturday's contests including the Sunday's 1:00 pm championship game at FOX Sports Networks. All games will also be available on FOX Sports GO to authenticated subscribers, THR quipped.
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