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NCAA College Baseball Tickets

Get your NCAA baseball tickets to see the top college baseball teams competing for the national championship. “America’s Pastime” has been played at the college level since 1859, when the first intercollegiate baseball game took place between Amherst College and Williams College. The NCAA began sanctioning a national championship for varsity baseball at the Division I level in 1947, which was followed by national championships for DII and DIII in 1968 and 1976, respectively. The NCAA baseball season for all divisions begins in February and ends with the national championship tournaments that run from May through June.

The largest event on the college baseball calendar is the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. It features the final eight teams out of the 64-team NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament competing for the DI national championship. The USC Trojans, LSU Tigers, Texas Longhorns and Arizona State Sun Devils have been the most successful DI baseball teams, each having won five or more College World Series titles. The majority of DI conferences that sponsor baseball also have tournaments to determine a league champion prior to the national tournament. Hit a home run with NCAA baseball tickets from TicketSmarter!

How much are NCAA Baseball tickets?

NCAA baseball tickets are very affordable for the whole family. Tickets will usually start anywhere from $20 to $30. All stadiums will have infield seating available while some may also have seating in the outfield. Seats may also be reserved or general admission. College World Series tickets will be higher than regular-season college baseball tickets. General admission NCAA CWS tickets will typically start around $20, while the average price for reserved seats is usually upwards of $70 per game.

NCAA Baseball Game Schedules

The first pitch for the NCAA baseball season takes place in February with regular-season play lasting through mid-May. The majority of conferences that sanction NCAA baseball will then host conference tournaments to declare a league champion. Conference tournaments will typically feature a single-elimination or double-elimination format. The NCAA baseball schedule will then transition to postseason play.

The NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament follows a double-elimination format and will begin in late May or early June with 64 teams competing in regional competition. Teams are seeded into the regional competition, which is then followed by a super-regional best-of-three series. The eight teams that win in the super regionals round of the tournament then advance into the College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha. The College World Series features 12 games held in June to determine the teams that enter the best-of-three series national championship round.

When do NCAA Baseball tickets go on sale?

Regular season NCAA baseball tickets will usually go on sale around January. College baseball tickets for postseason tournaments and the College World Series will usually go on sale around April. Keep an eye on TicketSmarter’s event listings so you don’t miss out on any of your team’s games during the upcoming season.