NCAA Baseball Nashville Regionals Tickets
Division and Sport: NCAA Division I Baseball
Overall Tournament:College World Series
Regional Host: 16 cities per year, hosts vary
Most Recent NCAA Champion From This Regional: Vanderbilt in 2019
NCAA Baseball Nashville Regional TicketsThe various baseball teams in the NCAA around America, from the far reaches of Hawaii and Alaska, all the way to the big cities of America, such as Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn., attempt to navigate their way to the College World Series title. This path is a long and winding road through the regular season and into regional and super-regional matchups to test if the team can survive and advance long enough to be the last school standing. In 2019, 16 Regional tournaments were held in Athens, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga.; Baton Rouge, La.; Chapel Hill, N.C.; Corvalis, Ore.; Fayetville, Ark.; Greenville, N.C.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Louisville, Ky.; Lubbock, Texas; Morgantown, W.V.; Nashville, Tenn.; Oxford, Miss.; Stanford, Calif.; Starkville, Miss.; and Oklahoma City, Okla. Subsequent Super Regional tournaments for the victors were then set on their way to the national title. When the tournament returns to the Music City, you can get your Nashville Regional tickets at StubHub.
How are NCAA Baseball Regional hosts selected?Each regional is hosted by a high-ranking university that ended up with a stellar regular-season record. For the 2019 NCAA Baseball Nashville Regional, Vanderbilt University hosted. Naturally, the host of the regional is one of the participants. Because Vanderbilt was the victor of their particular regional round, they were selected to host a super-regional event. The 2019 super-regional matches were held in Los Angeles, Lubbock, Fayetteville, Baton Rouge, Chapel Hill, Starkville, Louisville and Nashville.
What is the NCAA Baseball Regional tournament format?In each regional round of the College World Series, 16 teams compete in a double-elimination tournament format. Only one winner from each regional will continue to the next round of the tournament, the Super Regionals.
Where does the winner of the NCAA Baseball Regional go next?The overall victor from each region will go on to the super regional round, with each host being one of the victors of their own regional round. Each host will play another team in a best-of-three series. The eight Super-Regional victors will be placed in two double-elimination brackets at the College World Series. The winner of each bracket will then play a final best-of-three series to determine the national champion.
What is the history of the College World Series?The NCAA has had a Division I baseball tournament since its inception in 1947. It has gone through many changes in that time. In 1948, the double-elimination format for the first round was introduced. In 1949, they expanded the final to a four-team, double-elimination tourney. The field expanded to 23 teams in 1954 and would bounce between 21 and 32 teams for the next 20 years. From 1976-1982, the series stayed at 36 teams, and from 1987-1999, 48 teams got the chance to play in the final national tournament. This moved to 64 after this, where it saw the addition of a super-regional round and where it stays today. The two-bracket, double-elimination format for the final series began in 1998, but the final game was initially a single game. The three-game finals format for the winner of each bracket began in 2003.
Where can I get NCAA Baseball Nashville Regional tickets?As the NCAA baseball season warms up, you can find any number of college baseball games tickets. As the season goes along, the hosts of the regional and super-regional rounds will be selected, and tickets to those events will come available. Don't miss out on Vanderbilt's return to the regionals on their path to the College World Series when they next host the regional round of the tournament. Get your NCAA Baseball Nashville Regional tickets and all other sporting event tickets at StubHub.
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