LOS ANGELES – UCLA has been selected as one of eight NCAA Super Regional hosts, as college baseball’s NCAA Tournament continues this weekend. The Bruins (45-14) will face TCU (40-20) in a best-of-three series at Jackie Robinson Stadium beginning Friday.
UCLA will host an NCAA Super Regional for the second time since the current postseason format expanded in 1999. Game times are 6 p.m. Friday (ESPN), 6 p.m. Saturday (ESPN2) and 7 p.m. Sunday, if necessary (ESPN2). UCLA last hosted a Super Regional in 2010, defeating Cal State Fullerton, two games to one.
The Bruins swept the NCAA Los Angeles Regional at home over the weekend, advancing to the Super Regional round for the third time in six seasons. UCLA defeated Creighton, 13-5, in the NCAA Regional final on Sunday.
“I’d like to thank our fans who came to the ballpark last weekend and watched us win the Los Angeles Regional,” eighth-year UCLA head coach John Savage said “Our program relies on strong fan support, and I urge those fans to come back for the Super Regional this weekend and give us a great home field advantage.”
All-session ticket packages for the upcoming NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional will be on sale beginning Tuesday at 10 a.m. through UCLA’s Central Ticket Office. Fans can order tickets online (tickets.ucla.edu) or by calling (310) 825-2101.
TCU defeated Mississippi in the College Station Regional final, 7-4, on Monday evening to advance to the NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional. The Horned Frogs finished the regular season tied for first place with New Mexico, at 18-6, in the Mountain West standings.
“TCU had a very successful season in the Mountain West and won a challenging regional in College Station at Texas A&M,” Savage said. “This will be a very tough test for our program, and we’re looking forward to opening the series on Friday at Jackie Robinson Stadium.”
All-session reserved tickets cost $42 for adults and $30 for youth (ages 3-16). Pending availability, single-game tickets may go on sale later this week.
NCAA Super Regionals
TCU at UCLA
Los Angeles, Calif.
Kent State at Oregon
N.C. State at Florida
St. John’s at Arizona
Arkansas at Baylor
Oklahoma at South Carolina
Stanford at Florida State
Stony Brook at LSU
Baton Rouge, La.