Texas A&M Baseball Tickets & Aggies 2021 Schedule
Name the venues with the best home atmosphere for a College Baseball game and Texas A&M Baseball's home Olsen Field is sure to be at the top of the list. The Aggies Baseball program ranks among the most dominant teams in college baseball and much of that success can be attributed to their stellar record playing at home. Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park has a capacity of just over 6,000 fans.
Each weekend in the Spring, A&M faces a gauntlet of tough opponents from the SEC. The biggest conference rivalry series are those with Arkansas, Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and South Carolina. Expect a near capacity crowd when the Ags vs Tigers are playing a series in College Station, or when the Hawgs come to town to face A&M. The biggest non-conference games on the schedule include the Ags match-ups against the Baylor Bears, Rice Owls, Texas Longhorns and Texas Tech Red Raiders. Those games are not played at home every year, but expect a giant crowd when they do occur particularly A&M vs UT.
Aggie fans have high expectations for their baseball team each year. The goal is to win the conference and earn the top seed in the SEC Tournament. Then to qualify for postseason and hopefully host a Regional and Super Regional in College Station. The ultimate prize each season is to earn a berth in the College World Series and make another trip to Omaha in June.