Trojans And Titans Set To Light Up Edison Field
March 7, 2003
LOS ANGELES -- Longtime college baseball powers Cal State Fullerton and USC will take their rivalry to a bigger stage on Saturday, March 15, when they tangle in the first-ever college baseball game at Edison International Field, home of the World Series champion Anaheim Angels. The game will begin at 4 p.m. to avoid a conflict with the Big West Conference men's basketball tournament championship game at 9 p.m. at the nearby Anaheim Convention Center.
Tickets for the baseball game are $10 for adults and $6 for children, seniors and students. Cal State Fullerton students with a valid ID will be admitted free. Seating will be 'first-come, first-served' on the most desirable field and terrace levels. Cal State Fullerton season ticket holders' tickets will be good for admission to the Diamond Club seating area behind home plate.
Tickets are available at the Edison Field Box Office beginning Wednesday, Mar. 12, and currently are available at the Cal State Fullerton Athletic ticket Office -- (714) 278-CSUF.
The Titans and Trojans represent two of the top collegiate baseball programs in the nation, having combined for 15 national championships, 32 College World Series appearances and 125 Major Leaguers. Both teams are again among the nation's elite this season, with the Titans ranked fifth in the most recent Baseball America poll and the Trojans checking in at No. 18.
The March 15 game is part of a three-game series between the two long-time rivals. USC's Dedeaux Field will host games on Friday, March 14 and Sunday, March 16.
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