Lower level seats sold out for Sunday’s Baylor at Texas A&M game, other tickets for Battle of the Brazos selling fast
Sundayâ€™s Big 12 matchup between No. 1 Baylor at No. 6 Texas A&M is shaping up to be a hot ticket in College Station. All reserved seats in the lower level for the Battle of the Brazos series showdown between the Lady Bears and the Aggies are sold out. Reserved seats in the upper level are now available, along with general admission ticket sales. According toÂ Texas A&M,Â the remaining tickets are selling fast.
The two teams last met on February 22, 2010 in College Station. Baylor won that contest 65-63 on the strength of 22 points and 21 rebounds by 6-8 center Brittney Griner. Last season the Lady Bears swept the two-game series between the teams for their fifth straight victory against Texas A&M. Baylor is 44-35 all-time against the Aggies, including an 19-4 mark under head coach Kim Mulkey.
TAMU Students who have purchased an all-sports option can attend the game by presenting their student ID at the north entrance of Reed Arena. Students without all-sports passes are encouraged to buy their student walk-up tickets now to ensure they have a ticket to Sundayâ€™s game. Students can purchase these tickets in person with their TAMU ID at Kyle Field or Reed Arena box offices.
Reserved seats in the upper level sideline loge are available for $9 each, while general admission tickets may be purchased for $7. Tickets can be purchased online at: www.12thManFoundation.com, in person at the 12th Man Foundation Ticket Office and Reed Arena Box Office or by calling 1-888-99-AGGIE.