MAAC Baseball Tournament to FirstEnergy Park

Tickets for event now on sale; tournament runs May 21-24

By Lakewood BlueClaws | April 17, 2014 10:14 PM ET

EDISON, N.J. - Tickets for the 2014 Metro Atlantic Athletics Conference (MAAC) Baseball Championship, May 21-24 at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, are on sale now. Fans can order online by clicking here or by calling the FirstEnergy Park Box Office at 732-901-7000 option 2.

To see a full schedule of games (when available), click here to visit the MAAC's official site.

For the first time, the top six teams in the MAAC's final regular season standings (based on winning percentage) will qualify for the MAAC Baseball Championship, which will be a double elimination format. Three games are scheduled for each day, May 21 thru May 23, with the championship game slated for May 24. If an 11th game is necessary, it will also be played on May 24. First pitch each day is scheduled for 12:00 pm with games to follow at 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm.

All-Session passes are $40 and provide admission to every game played in the championship. Single Day Passes are available for $15 and are good for every game played on that specific day. All students with a valid college ID, and children under 18, may purchase a Day Pass for $5. Students may also purchase an All-Session pass for $20. All seating will be general admission.

Note: To order an All-Session Pass online, you must first select the May 21st session (click here).  

The winner of the 2014 MAAC Baseball Championship will receive the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament, which begins May 29. The NCAA Division I Selection Show is set for noon on Monday, May 26, and will be televised live on ESPNU. Canisius College is the defending MAAC Champion.

FirstEnergy Park is the home of the Lakewood BlueClaws, the Single A minor league affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies that plays in the South Atlantic League. The park features 6,588 seats, 20 luxury suites and a 23-foot by 19-foot video scoreboard. Monmouth University will serve as the host institution.

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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