College athletics are such a fun way to get out and enjoy time with family or friends. And we’re lucky to live close to a really great college. Take advantage of that and head to Greenville to cheer on ECU Baseball.
We may be nearing the end of the season, but there is still a lot of fun to be had. The ECU Pirates will be hosting Campbell on Tuesday, May 14. Next they’ll face the Memphis Tigers at home on May 16, 17, and 18. And then there’s the American Baseball Championships at the end of May! These will be in Clearwater, Florida, but we can still cheer on the team at home. There are also upcoming away games against UNC and Wichita State.
So far, it’s been a great season for the ECU Pirates. They head into the month of May with a 33-11 record. And they’ll need the fans’ help making it through these last few games! Get your tickets now to come on down and enjoy the day at the stadium.
This Season So Far
If you’ve been to a game already this season, you know how much fun it is to cheer on the Pirates at Clark-LeClair Stadium. There’s so much to see and do while you’re there!
The ECU Pirates have been consistently ranked in the top 15 baseball teams in the American Athletic Conference. And they’ve moved up throughout the season. They’re currently sitting in the number one spot in the conference. Coming off wins against Tulane during two of the three games the last weekend in April, the ECU Pirates are in a great position.
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