March 5th Baseball Game Against BYU Moved to 11 a.m.
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Kansas baseball team has moved up the Saturday (March 5) game against BYU to 11 a.m. This was done to accommodate those wishing to watch both the men’s basketball game and baseball series finale.
Originally slated for a noon start, head coach Ritch Price and Kansas Athletics officials decided Friday to move up the start time one hour to 11 a.m. Not only will this allow fans to catch the men’s basketball game against Iowa State at 3 p.m., but will allow the baseball game to be broadcast as regularly scheduled on ESPN3.
Fans without basketball parking passes in lots surrounding Hoglund Ballpark (Lots 31, 71, 125 or 127) wishing to attend the baseball game on March 5 will need to park across Naismith Drive in Lot 90. Vehicles in Lot 90 that do not have a valid basketball parking pass for that lot will need to be moved immediately following the baseball game to avoid being ticketed. Fans with a valid basketball parking pass in any of those respective lots can park as normal for both games that day.
Fans can watch the Jayhawks and the Cougars live on ESPN3, accessible online at WatchESPN.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN and ESPN apps, through ESPN on Xbox Live to Gold Members and on AppleTV. In addition, the game can also be heard live on the Jayhawk Radio Network through KUAthletics.com/Radio.
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