WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Wake Forest Athletics is excited to announce that fans can now purchase single-game tickets for the upcoming 2023 baseball season inside David F. Couch Ballpark.
Fresh off a 41-win season and 2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament selection, an exciting year awaits at David F. Couch Ballpark. Overall, the Demon Deacons welcome back a ton of production in 2023. Offensively, Wake Forest will return 75.2 percent of its at-bats, 74.8% of its base hits, 71.8% of its RBIs and 67.2% of its home runs.
2022 team captain Adam Cecere and Pierce Bennett are set to return for their fourth collegiate seasons, while Brock Wilken, who has hit the most home runs ever by a Demon Deacon through their first two seasons, returns after starting in 60 games at third base a year ago.
Additionally on the mound, Wake Forest returns 80.6% of its innings and 80.8% of its strikeouts are back on the mound, highlighted by the return of its whole weekend rotation that consists of unanimous All-American and reigning ACC Pitcher of the Year Rhett Lowder, Josh Hartle and Teddy McGraw and multiple productive bullpen arms, highlighted by 2022 NCBWA Stopper of the Year Midseason Watch List selection Camden Minacci.
In addition to a number of exciting season-ticketing options,Deacon Nation and college baseball fans across the state of North Carolina will have the opportunity to catch all 33 home contests inside David F. Couch Ballpark on a game-by-game basis.
Wake Forest opens the 2023 campaign with 12 of its first 13 games inside David F. Couch Ballpark, highlighted by opening weekend against Youngstown State and Illinois on Feb. 17-19 .
After traveling to UNC Greensboro on Tuesday, Feb. 21 for its first road game, the Deacs will host eight-straight contests at The Couch versus Binghamton, Mount St. Mary’s, Towson, UNC Wilmington, Purdue Fort Wayne, Ball State and Cornell.
Additionally, the Deacs are set to host highly-anticipated ACC series against 2022 Knoxville Super Regional winner Notre Dame (March 17-19), 2022 NCAA Regional host Miami (March 24-26), NC State (April 7-9), Boston College (May 5-7) and 2022 NCAA Super Regional host Virginia Tech (May 18-20).