After Returns, Only About 100 Seats Left For Regional
June 1, 2005
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Approximately 100 full-tournament passes remain for the NCAA Baseball Corvallis Regional that will be hosted by Oregon State this weekend. That number includes the tickets returned by the other schools in the tournament - Ohio State, Virginia and St. John's - on Wednesday afternoon.
Those tickets will go on sale Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. in the OSU athletic ticket office in Gill Coliseum or by phone at 1-800 GO BEAVS and 541-737-4455; there will be a $10 service charge for phone orders. The OSU ticket office is open until 4:30 p.m.
Of the tournament passes remaining after tickets were returned by visiting teams, approximately 60 are grandstand reserved seats and approximately 40 are bleacher general admission. Fans who have already purchased general admission tournament passes and want to upgrade to reserved seats may do so; those wishing to exchange tickets who already have the actual general admission tickets in their hands must exchange them in person at Gill Coliseum.
If the 100 remaining seats are sold out as tournament passes, there will be no single-game ticket sales for the tournament. The four-team, double-elimination event will be held Friday through Sunday or Monday at OSU's Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.
Full-tournament reserved seats in the grandstand are $60; bleacher general admission for adults is $48; and bleacher general admission for students is $36. The student admission prices are for OSU students, students from other schools in the tournament, and children ages 2 through 18.
SAVING GENERAL ADMISSION SEATS: Due to NCAA requirements and multiple games on the same day, Goss Stadium at Coleman Field will be cleared of all fans between games each day. After all fans have cleared the stadium and there has been a short period clean the stands, fans will be allowed re-entry for the second game with the proper ticket.
Fans attending the first game of a day may not leave behind personal items to reserve seats in general admission seating areas between games. Fans who are cleared from the stadium after the first game of the day will be given priority for re-entry into the second game of the day over fans arriving only for the second game.
Also, to allow for the maximum enjoyment of all fans at the NCAA Regional Series reserving general admission seats for fans arriving later will be limited to 2 additional seats per person present, for a total of 3 seats. The person saving the seats must be present while saving the seats or they forfeit the seats.