AUBURN, Ala. — The Women’s College World Series rematch between Auburn softball and Oklahoma at Jane B. Moore Field this weekend will be a little more crowded than usual.
Auburn softball added 200 first-come, first-serve tickets on an outfield platform for the weekend series against Oklahoma, which starts Friday.
Game times and TV information will be announced later this week.
Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs announced the extra tickets on Twitter:
— Jay Jacobs (@jayjacobsauad) May 22, 2017
Here’s all the information on the outfield platform from the Auburn ticket website:
Limited number of Outfield Area Standing Room tickets have been made available for the Super Regional. These tickets are for the outfield area only and WILL NOT grant access to the rest of Jane. B. Moore Stadium. Individuals with outfield tickets will need to access this area using the gate off of Biggio Drive, next to the right-field bullpen.
The outfield area will contain a few small aluminum bleachers and a flat 60 plus ft. platform adjacent to the outfield wall added for the Super Regional. Standard prohibited items will apply to this area (including coolers, outside food & beverage, and chairs). This area has access to portable bathrooms and limited concessions, along with a tent in left field to provide shade to those that need it.
Tickets will be delivered as delayed print at home, once the game times and opponent have been established.
**Tickets are good for the specific date listed on the ticket only**
Limit of 4 tickets per purchasing patron for Super Regional tickets
Auburn softball went 3-0 in its host regional this past weekend to advance to the Super Regionals round for the third straight year. The Tigers could return to Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series — also for a third straight year — with a best-of-3 series win over Oklahoma.
The Sooners defeated Auburn in the 2016 national championship series. Auburn got some revenge by beating Oklahoma in the first game of the 2017 season. The Sooners rebounded from an early loss in their own regional this weekend by beating Tulsa twice.