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Softball Season Ticket Renewals Now Available – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Softball Season Ticket Renewals Now Available – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

THE FLATS – The renewal period for 2023 Georgia Tech softball season tickets is officially underway, with 2022 season ticket members able to renew their seats for all 33 games on the ’23 home schedule for the Yellow Jackets.


Chairback season tickets in Mewborn Field are again $100 per ticket. The deadline to renew your 2022 location is Jan. 9. Beginning Jan. 12, presales for Mew Crew members will begin for unrenewed and available chairback seats.

Mew Crew

GT Softball has a fundraising goal of $100,000 targeted to specific needs for our program via gifts to the Mew Crew. Mew Crew donations directly benefit Georgia Tech Softball and ensure our ability to deliver a championship-caliber experience to all of our student-athletes.

Season Preview

Georgia Tech enters its sixth season under coach Aileen Morales, bringing back 18 returners from last season’s squad. Chief among the notable returners is NFCA Southeast Second Team All-Region and First Team All-ACC catcher Emma Kauf. The ACC’s two-time top catcher in the league is joined by a dynamic duo of right-handers in the circle in Blake Neleman and Chandler Dennis as well as the “walking web gem” serving as Tech’s vacuum in the middle, shortstop Jin Sileo. Also returning from last season’s regular starting lineup is leadoff mainstay and third baseman Mallorie Black along with ACC All-Freshman Team left fielder Auburn Dupree and fellow former freshman center fielder Ella Edgmon.

The stable of returners is bolstered by the Yellow Jackets’ recent recruiting class, composed of six highly touted new Jackets. The class consists of five newcomers – Jayden Gailey (Lavonia, Ga.), Reese Hunter (Roswell, Ga.), Riain Keefe (Weymouth, Mass.), Jaidyn Studebaker (Wheat Ridge, Colo.) and Paige Vukadinovich (Munster, Ind.), joining the collegiate ranks along with Texas A&M transfer Cayden Baker, who carved out a starting role with the Aggies.

Competitive Drive Initiative

In a unified endeavor, Georgia Tech, the Georgia Tech Foundation, Georgia Tech athletics and the Alexander-Tharpe Fund have come together to accelerate funding for student-athlete scholarships with the launch of the Competitive Drive Initiative. The initiative met its initial fundraising goal of $2.5 million in less than six weeks and has extended its target to $3.5 million raised by Dec. 31. Any new gift to the A-T Fund’s Athletic Scholarship Fund made through Dec. 31 will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the…

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