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NCAA.com | May 13, 2014

Ticket packages still available for Women's College World Series

INDIANAPOLIS -- Several tickets options are still available for purchase for the 33rd annual NCAA Women’s College World Series, May 29–June 4 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium -- OGE Energy Field in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

A limited number of all-session tickets, which include access to a minimum of 14 games and up to 17 games, are available in the outfield for $100. Fans may also purchase an outfield flex ticket package starting at $60. The flex package allows fans to purchase tickets to a minimum of four sessions, based on availability. The all-session and flex package seats are reserved.

The NCAA Experience allows fans the opportunity to purchase ticket and hospitality packages. The hospitality packages permit admission to an area that includes a tailgate meal, cold beverages, lawn games, entertainment and much more. Fans can purchase tickets for The NCAA Experience, in advance of the Women’s College World Series, by calling 1-800-591-9198 or visiting NCAA.com/WCWS.

The NCAA Ticket Exchange is the only NCAA-approved outlet to buy and sell Women’s College World Series tickets with other fans. Buyers are guaranteed seats, even if the game is sold out. To buy or sell tickets, visit NCAA.com/WCWS.

Single-session tickets are also available at NCAA.com/WCWS and at the box office located on the plaza outside of the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium - OGE Energy Field.  For box office times and a complete list of ticket options, please visit NCAA.com/WCWS.

Considered the premier event in collegiate softball, the Women’s College World Series features eight of the nation’s top teams in a double-elimination tournament format for the 2014 NCAA Division I Softball Championship.

For complete information on the Women’s College World Series, please visit NCAA.com/WCWS.

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