UVA baseball: NCAA Regional, Super Regional ticket books on sale Friday

CWSOn Friday, ticket books for potential NCAA Baseball Regional and Super Regional tournaments at Davenport Field go on sale at 9 a.m. through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office. Regional all-session ticket books are $60 for reserved seating and $45 for general admission seating, while Super Regional all-session ticket books are $36 for reserved seating and $24 for general admission seating.

Paid parking is in effect for both the Regional and Super Regional tournaments. A limited number of all-session parking passes covering all four possible days of Regional competition are $15 if purchased in advance of the tournament weekend. Parking passes covering all three possible days of a Super Regional are $10 in advance. Without a pre-paid parking pass, game day parking is $5 per day.

Ticket books and parking passes may be purchased by visiting VirginiaSports.com, by calling the ticket office at (800) 542-8821, or in person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Season ticket holders and Virginia Athletics Foundation donors received an opportunity earlier this month to reserve tickets. Further, the NCAA requires tickets to be held for the participating teams for both the Regional and Super Regional tournaments. Therefore, not all seating locations are available to be purchased. Additionally, because of a larger number of visiting team tickets required by the NCAA for the Super Regional, available Regional seating locations will differ from those available for the Super Regional.

The 16 NCAA Regional sites are announced Sunday, May 29 at 8:30 p.m. on Twitter (@NCAACWS) and on Facebook.com/NCAACWS. The NCAA tournament selection show is slated for Monday, May 30, and will be televised by ESPNU at noon. The eight Super Regional sites are announced following the completion of Regional play.

Virginia is expected to host a NCAA Regional Championship at Davenport Field. The Regional Championship would feature three other opponents June 3-6. If the Cavaliers were to win the NCAA Regional Championship, they could potentially host a Super Regional Championship (best-of-three) June 10-12 or June 11-13.

All sections of the grandstand (Sec. 101-109), first base line bleachers (Sec. A-F) and outfield bleachers (Sec. G-R) are considered reserved seating for both the Regional and Super Regional tournaments. General admission seating is located on the grassy hillside down the left-field line. Standing room is also available for general admission ticket buyers.

Single-session tickets for a Regional go on sale to the public on Friday, June 3 at 9 a.m. if available. Single-session tickets are $12 for reserved seats and $8 for general admission seating. Any remaining single-game tickets for a Super Regional would go on sale on Friday, June 10, at 9 a.m. if available. Super Regional single-game tickets are $16 for reserved seating and $12 for general admission seating.

For more information on NCAA baseball tournament tickets, please call the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 542-8821 or visit VirginiaSports.com.

 

NCAA Tournament Key Dates

May 27 – Reserved/General Admission all-session ticket books on sale through the ticket office and at VirginiaSports.com to the general public.
May 29 – NCAA Regional site announcements released on Twitter (@NCAACWS) and on Facebook.com/NCAACWS (8:30 p.m.)
May 30 – NCAA Tournament bracket announced on ESPNU (Noon)
June 3 – Regional single-session tickets on sale (subject to seat availability)
June 6 – Super Regional site announcements made
June 10 – Super Regional single-session tickets on sale (subject to seat availability)

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