NCAA BASEBALL STANFORD REGIONALS
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NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals Tickets
Facility: Klein Field at Sunken Diamond
2019 Champion: Stanford
First Held: 1965
NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals TicketsThe 64 teams that are selected to the NCAA Baseball Tournament are split into 16 four-team brackets. If Stanford is selected as this year's host, the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals will serve as one of those competitions with the Cardinal welcoming three other schools. Those teams will all play over either a three- or four-day span with three of the squads eliminated as soon as they suffer their second loss. The champion will move on to the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals, which will consist of a best-of-three series against another regional champion with the winner of that advancing to the College World Series. The baseball on-hand during the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals will be high in quality, and the tension of teams battling to continue their seasons will add quite a bit of drama to the festivities. To experience this event live, get your NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals tickets at StubHub.
When were the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals first held?The first NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals were played in 1965 when they were then called the District-8 Tournament. The Cardinal rallied from a game deficit in a best-of-three series with San Fernando Valley State, currently known as CSUN, to advance. That sent Stanford to the next stage of the NCAA Baseball Tournament, where it lost consecutive away games to Washington State.
Who won the 2019 NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals?Stanford and Fresno State battled through the 2019 NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals’ four days of play before the Cardinal ultimately prevailed. On the first day, Stanford cruised past Sacramento State, 11-0, while Fresno State beat UC Santa Barbara in resounding fashion, 9-2. The first showdown between these two teams resulted in a 7-2 Fresno State win. However, Stanford responded to that setback with a 12-3 win over Sacramento State and 8-6 and 9-7 victories over Fresno State to move on to the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals. In the final contest, Stanford scored six runs in the fifth inning to turn a 5-3 deficit into a 9-5 lead before cruising to the win from there.
Where will the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals take place?Those holding NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals tickets will head to Klein Field at Sunken Diamond. It was built in 1931 and has played host to the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals on 16 occasions. Its record crowd of 4,172 watched the host school defeat Fresno State, 5-2, in the championship game of the 1997 NCAA Baseball West Regional Final.
When will the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals be held?Whether or not Stanford will be selected as a host school at the upcoming NCAA Baseball Tournament will be announced on the NCAA Selection Show. In 2020, that will be broadcast on May 25 while games would be played at Klein Field between May 29-June 1. The NCAA Selection Show will also be when the three teams that will be traveling to the Bay Area will be announced. The school that advances from the 2020 NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals will play in the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals from June 5-8. The 2020 College World Series is scheduled for June 13-24.
Will NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals tickets be in demand?Stanford will bring a significant number of fans to its games at the NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals while the three visiting teams will likely bring a considerable number as well. Of course, how far their fan bases need to travel to attend this event will play a significant role in that. However, since the NCAA tends to send teams to nearby Regionals, that will help increase crowd sizes and ticket demand. For example, all four teams that played in the 2019 NCAA Baseball Stanford Regionals were California-based schools.
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