College baseball will be back in North Augusta next year, as Georgia Southern and the University of Georgia will be facing off at SRP Park in March.

The game will be played Wednesday, March 4, at 6:35 p.m. UGA will be the host team.

"We're excited to make our third trip to SRP Park where we’ve played well in front of great crowds,” said Georgia head coach Scott Stricklin in a press release. “We enjoyed opening the new stadium in 2018 with a win over Clemson, and then last year we defeated The Citadel. It’s a great place to watch a ball game, and we are looking forward to playing Georgia Southern this season. We hope to see the stadium filled with red and black!”

Tickets for the game start at $10 for general admission/standing room only and go up to club seats for $25.

“We are very excited about playing the University of Georgia at SRP Park. This is a great venue for what should be an electric college baseball environment for our players and fans,” said Georgia Southern University Head Coach, Rodney Hennon in the press release.

Individual tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, Jan. 17, at 9 a.m. at the SRP Park box office (187 Railroad Avenue). Online ticket sales will start at 10 a.m. There will be no phone orders for the game.

Tickets will be available to Augusta GreenJackets season ticket holders and sponsors, and both teams' booster clubs from Monday, Jan. 13, until Thursday, Jan. 16, at midnight.

University of Georgia and Georgia Southern University Booster Club members will receive correspondence from their respective schools, the release says.

"We are thrilled to host Georgia Southern University and the University of Georgia at SRP Park in 2020 for a showcase on the river,” stated GreenJackets Vice President Tom Denlinger “We are committed to making SRP Park a premier baseball destination in the bi-state area and look forward to making this an annual tradition.”

SRP Park is the anchor piece of Riverside Village in North Augusta and is the home of the Augusta GreenJackets minor league baseball team. 

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Lindsey is the North Augusta reporter at the Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star. She graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2017, and grew up in Hodges, SC.