The Details On NCAA Baseball Super Regionals

June 6, 2005

CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State, ranked second in the nation, has advanced to the Super Regionals round of the NCAA baseball championships after winning last weekend's Corvallis Regional. The Beavers (44-9 overall) will meet the winner of Monday night's game between Southern California and Pepperdine in the finals of the Long Beach Regional.

The Super Regional will be a best-of-three series played in the home ballpark of one of the competing schools, with the winner advancing to the College World Series. The sites for the eight Super Regionals across the nation will be announced Tuesday at 9 a.m. on ESPN's 'Bottom Line' crawl across the bottom of the cable network's telecast.

The Super Regional involving Oregon State could be played either Friday through Sunday or Saturday through Monday. With ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU carrying games, television will be taken into consideration when determining the game dates and times.

Whether Oregon State will be playing in its own Goss Stadium at Coleman Field or on its opponent's diamond, tickets for the Beavers' series will go on sale through the OSU athletic ticket office on Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. The OSU athletic ticket office is located in Gill Coliseum Room 107 and orders can also be placed by phone at 1-800-GO BEAVS or 541-737-4455, or online at

Should Oregon State be selected to host the series, all ticket sales will be for full-series tickets; there will be no single-game sales and there will be a limit of four tickets per order. With reserved seats set aside for OSU baseball season ticketholders who have already placed their orders, players' families and an NCAA-mandated allotment for the visiting school, all seats going on sale Tuesday will be general admission. They will be priced at $24 for adult bleacher general admission and $18 for student/youth bleacher general admission. The student/youth rate is for students at Oregon State and the other competing school, and for children age 2-18.

Due to the volume of orders expected if Oregon State is picked as a host site for the Super Regionals, Beaver fans are asked to be patient and persistent in trying to contact the ticket office.

Should Oregon State be at home, OSU officials are hoping to add approximately 300 bleacher seats beyond the leftfield fence at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field for the series to bring capacity to approximately 2,900.

If the visiting team were to return reserved seat tickets from its allotment, those would go on sale Thursday at 8:30 a.m. at the OSU athletic ticket office and via phone and the internet; they would be priced at $30 per seat. Fans who purchase general admission tickets earlier in the week would not be able to upgrade those tickets for reserved seats, and there will be no waiting list taken for any reserved seats that become available.

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