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    Tickets Now Available For NCAA Regional Game at Louisville

    Go Hoosiers! Tickets are now available for the Louisville NCAA Regional, where the Hoosiers will take on Louisville in the first round.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Tickets are now available for the Louisville NCAA Regional, where the Hoosiers will take on Louisville in the first round.
    Go Hoosiers!

    May 26, 2009

    PARKING AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Tickets for Indiana Baseball's NCAA Regional baseball game at the University of Louisville on Friday are now available by visiting the Louisville athletics website or by clicking here. Fans can also call the Louisville ticket office at 502-852-5863 or 800-633-7105. Indiana will take on the Cardinals at 7 p.m. at Jim Patterson Stadium.

    Fans can purchase All-Session passes starting on Tuesday or single-session tickets will be available on Friday. The following is the price breakdown for both types of tickets:

    All-Session Passes
    Adult Chairback: $90
    Adult Bleacher: $64
    General Admission Berm: $50
    Student (w/ ID): $38

    Single-Session Passes (On sale starting Friday at 9 a.m.)
    Adult Chairback: $14
    Adult Bleacher: $10
    General Admission Berm: $8
    Student (w/ ID): $6

    In addition to IU's game against Louisville, Middle Tennessee State (No. 2 seed) and Vanderbilt (No. 3 seed) will be at the Louisville Regional. The NCAA Regional is a four-team, double-elimination tournament that runs from Friday to Sunday. The team to advance out of each regional moves on to the Super Regionals, a best-of-three series against one other team. The winner of the Super Regional then moves on to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.

    Indiana earned an automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament by virtue of its first Big Ten Tournament Championship since 1996. The Hoosiers won all four of their games in the tournament to claim the conference's postseason crown.

    Indiana won all four of its games in decisive fashion, outscoring its opponents 47-9 during the tournament. The Hoosiers delivered at least 15 hits in every game and limited its opposition to just 26 hits throughout the tourney. Junior pitcher Matt Bashore was named the Tournament's Most Outstanding Player after throwing a seven-inning shutout performance against Minnesota in the second round of the tourney.

     

     


       

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