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NCAA Softball Regionals College Station Tickets
First Held: 1983
2019 Champion: Not held in College Station
2018 Champion: Texas A&M
Venue: Davis Diamond
NCAA Softball Regionals College Station TicketsWhenever the NCAA selects Texas A&M as a host for postseason play, the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station will be home to four teams battling through a double-elimination bracket until one is left standing. This is a great event for fans to show their pride in their schools and to take in this sport at a high level when the season is on the line for all of these teams. In fact, each of these games will be amongst the most important and meaningful that any of these players will ever play. Of course, the 12th Man will come out in high numbers wearing maroon and white to support the Aggies, but the other three teams will bring a number of fans themselves, more so for those schools that are near College Station. All three visiting teams might be from nearby locales as the 2018 NCAA Softball Regionals College Station field included Texas A&M, Prairie View A&M, McNeese State and Baylor, all Texas-based institutions. StubHub is your destination for NCAA Softball Regionals College Station tickets.
What’s the host facility for the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station?Davis Diamond, the new home of the Texas A&M Aggies, will play host to the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station. In fact, this 2,000-capacity venue opened just three weeks prior to playing host to the 2018 NCAA Softball Regionals College Station. The crowd for that inaugural game – 2,194 – is still the facility record while impressive crowds of 1,982, 1,948 and 1,859 attended Texas A&M’s postseason games that season. Those latter figures are still the seventh-, eighth- and ninth-largest crowds that have passed through Davis Diamond’s turnstiles. Texas A&M swept Auburn in its initial SEC series here, swept through the three NCAA Softball Regionals College Station games that followed and opened 2019 with a trio of victories here to go 9-0 in its first nine Davis Diamond outings.
When were the first NCAA Softball Regionals College Station held?An abbreviated two-team NCAA Softball Regionals College Station was hosted by the Aggies in 1983. Texas A&M shut out Kansas twice, 5-0 and 1-0, to advance to the NCAA Women’s College World Series. The Aggies would win that too and claim their first national championship in the NCAA era and one of just two titles that the school has; the other was claimed in 1987.
When have the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station been played?Texas A&M has played host to the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station on 13 occasions, in 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017 and 2018. The Aggies have also served as the host location for the NCAA Softball Super Regionals in 2005, 2007 and 2008.
What are the dates of the 2020 NCAA Softball Regionals College Station?If the NCAA awards Texas A&M hosting rights on the NCAA Selection Show, which is scheduled for May 10, the NCAA Softball Regionals College Station would be played from May 14-16 or from May 15-17. The team that wins this competition will advance to the NCAA Softball Super Regionals, which are scheduled for May 21-24. Half of those 16 squads will then head to Oklahoma City to take part in the Women’s College World Series. The most prestigious event in college softball is scheduled for May 28-June 3.
Is there a lot of demand for NCAA Softball Regionals College Station tickets?Since Texas A&M is highly supported by its fan base, demand for NCAA Softball Regionals College Station tickets is expected to be high. When the Aggies hosted this event in 2018, 96% of the seats were filled. The team is also well supported during the regular season; the Aggies ranked 13th nationally in attendance in 2019 as an average of 1,349 fans attended each of their games that season.
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