STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA/MSU Athletics) – For the third time in program history, the Mississippi State baseball program will host an NCAA Super Regional at Dudy Noble Field.
After sweeping through the 2019 NCAA Starkville Regional, No. 6 national seed Mississippi State (49-13) will host No. 11 national seed Stanford (45-12) in the NCAA Starkville Super Regional beginning on Saturday, June 8. The complete schedule for the best two-of-three series is below:
Saturday, June 8 – 2 p.m. CT (ESPN2)
Sunday, June 9 – 8 p.m. CT (ESPNU)
Monday, June 10 – 6 p.m. CT (ESPN2; If Necessary)
After capturing its 15th NCAA Regional title in program history, the Diamond Dawgs became the 16th team in the Regional era (1999-present) to own a streak of four-straight Super Regional appearances, including one of only four SEC programs (Florida, LSU, South Carolina). MSU is the only team with an active streak of four-or-more Super Regional appearances.
In the two previous NCAA Super Regionals hosted at Dudy Noble Field, State is 2-2, sweeping the 2007 event over Clemson and falling in two games to Arizona in the 2016 Super Regional.
The Bulldogs are looking for an 11th all-time appearance at the College World Series, while Stanford is in search of its 17th trip to Omaha. The two programs have met just twice previously, with the Cardinal taking a 6-1 contest at the 1990 College World Series and an 8-6 decision in the 1996 Palo Alto Regional.
All-Session ticket booklets for the NCAA Starkville Super Regional in the standing room only/general admission areas will be $30 and go on sale at Noon on Tuesday, June 4.
Reserved chairback tickets for the NCAA Starkville Super Regional will go on sale to Bulldog Club Members Thursday, June 6 at 8 a.m. Bulldog Club members should wait to purchase GA/SRO tickets until after Thursday as there are an unlimited number of SRO/GA tickets. A limited number of Rooftop passes will also be available to Bulldog Club members on June 8.
All-Session ticket booklet for reserved chairbacks are $60, with a limit of six (6) per account, while SRO/GA areas will be $30. All-Session Rooftop passes will be $75 and have a four (4) ticket limit.
Single-game tickets will be available starting Thursday, June 8 at 8 a.m. online only. Single-game tickets will cost $15. The Dudy Noble Field box office will open two hours prior to first pitch each day of the event.
To purchase tickets or more information contact the ticket office at 1-888-GO-DAWGS.
Mississippi State Students
Student single-game, general admission tickets will be available at the MSU Athletic Ticket Office for $15 (single game) or $30 (all-session) with valid student ID beginning Friday, June 7, at 8:00 a.m. Students may also, on Friday, purchase tickets online or in person at the Bryan Building ticket office.
All general public will call will be handled at the Right field box office. Team will call and Team player pass list admissions will be handled under a tent located at the Right Field Plaza entrance.
Baseball season ticket holders who have a season parking pass will use the same parking pass issued for the 2019 regular season. All Bulldog Club Reserved Baseball parking passes will be honored. No additional parking passes will be on sale as all remaining lots around Dudy Noble Field are free of charge.
RV season parking holders will also use their same pass for the weekend. Season RV passes will use Lot 38.
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