NCAA SOFTBALL REGIONALS LEXINGTON
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NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington Tickets
2019 Champion: Kentucky
2020 Dates: May 14-16 or May 15-17 if held
Number of Teams: 4
NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington TicketsThe NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington is an exciting competition that’s comprised of teams that are among the nation’s best and that are fighting to keep their seasons going. The seniors on these rosters are also battling to keep their careers going. Although every team is guaranteed at least two games at this event, if a second loss is suffered, that squad’s campaign is over. Only one will remain standing at the end of the six or seven games that will be played during the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington schedule. That school will advance to the NCAA Softball Super Regionals, which consists of the nation’s top 16 teams playing eight separate best-of-three series, while half of those will move on to the Women’s College World Series, which will be played in Oklahoma City. Perhaps the eventual national champion will start postseason play at this very competition. To see these teams battle here, get your NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington tickets at StubHub.
Who won the 2019 NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington?The host, the Kentucky Wildcats, came close to victory in 2019. They opened play with their closest game of the weekend, defeating Toledo by a 7-2 score. That was followed by comprehensive wins over Virginia Tech, 8-1 and 11-1. The Wildcats then flew to Seattle to face the Washington Huskies in the best-of-three NCAA Softball Super Regionals, but this time it was Kentucky that could not get things going. The Wildcats dropped two contests to UW, 3-0 and 5-0, and ended their season.
Where will the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington be played?The NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington are played at John Cropp Stadium. This facility has a total capacity of 2,117 with 1,417 of those spaces being taken up by chair-back and bleacher seating. The crowd at the championship game of the 2019 NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington was near capacity: 1,958. John Cropp Stadium has also played host to prestigious events such as the SEC Softball Tournament, which it did in its inaugural season in 2013.
How many games will be played at the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington?The exact number of games that will be played at the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington will not be known until the final day of play. On the final day, one undefeated squad will take on one that has lost once. If the latter team wins that contest, they’ll play a single winner-take-all game. Conversely, if the former team wins it, the final game is not necessary, and it’ll finish the competition with a 3-0 mark.
Who will play in the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington?Kentucky is guaranteed to be here as the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington will not take place unless the Wildcats are awarded hosting rights by the NCAA on the Selection Show. If that does not occur, Kentucky will either take part in the NCAA Softball Regionals elsewhere in the country or not play in the NCAA Softball Tournament at all. The other three teams that will travel here and entertain those holding NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington tickets will be announced on that same Selection Show.
What’s the most postseason success that Kentucky has experienced?The Wildcats have advanced to the Women’s College World Series on one occasion, in 2014. They followed a hard-fought title at the NCAA Softball Regionals Lexington, going 3-1 in their four games at this event, with an impressive come-from-behind series win over UCLA in Los Angeles in the NCAA Softball Super Regionals. Kentucky also won its first game at the Women’s College World Series, defeating Louisiana-Lafayette 4-1 before falling to Alabama 2-0 and Baylor 8-7 in eight innings.
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