FAYETTEVILLE – For the fourth straight season and the eighth time in the last nine years, the Arkansas baseball team finished in the top two in national average attendance, as 8,290 fans per game packed Baum Stadium during the 2015 campaign.
The Razorbacks sold 273,595 tickets for 33 home dates, giving Arkansas the second highest mark in the country for tickets sold and average attendance. The total tickets sold also marked the second highest total in program history, behind 286,472 during the 2012 season.
Arkansas fans flooded the gates like never before during the 2015 Fayetteville Super Regional, creating the three largest crowds in Baum Stadium history and totaling 35,730 fans for the three-game series as the Razorbacks advanced to the program’s eighth College World Series and third in the last seven years.
The 12,167 fans that attended game two against Missouri State marked the third largest crowd in the history of NCAA Super Regionals, while all three weekend crowds ranked in the top seven since the format was created in 1999.
The Razorbacks finished the 2015 campaign winning 40 games for the sixth time in the past seven years. Arkansas recorded 23 victories at Baum Stadium this season and has picked up 20 or more wins at home each of the last 10 years.