The Road That Led to Omaha
What Texas Tech's first appearance at the College World Series means for the university, and for Lubbock.
Written by Lacey Nobles
Texas Tech administrators, players and fans weigh in.
A Family Affair: Redmans Ready for College World Series
Hunter starts at catcher for the Red Raiders, and his father and brother also played for Texas Tech.
Former Texas Tech University baseball player and 1984 graduate Dale Redman and wife, Penny, made plans three months ago for this week to visit their son, Reid, who pitches for the Miami Marlins’ High Class A team in Jupiter, Florida. There’s just one problem.
Their other son, Hunter Redman, is a junior catcher for the Red Raiders on their historic, surprise postseason run all the way to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, which starts on Saturday… [more]
Texas Tech Headed to College World Series!
Omaha … here come the Red Raiders!
For the first time in school history, the Texas Tech University baseball team is headed to the College World Series.
The College of World Series begins June 14 in Omaha, Neb., and pits the remaining eight teams against each other with the national championship on the line… [more]
Texas Tech Baseball
Game Day Central
For the first time in school history, the Texas Tech Red Raiders will be heading to Omaha and the College World Series.
For schedules, stats, brackets, rosters and more, check out Texas Tech Athletics Game Day Central.
Traveling to Omaha?
Red Raider fans are invited to join the Texas Tech Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Red Raider Club, for pregame events.
Or if you're staying home, mingle with Texas Tech alumni at watch parties in various cities.
Click here for details.