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Field Set for the 2015 NCAA DII Softball Championship

22 May, 2015


The 2015 NCAA Division II Softball Championship field is now set after Indianapolis defeated Missouri-St. Louis in the deciding if necessary game late Saturday night. Indianapolis was the only team to come back from an earlier loss in the DII Super Regionals.

Joining Indianapolis in the 2015 NCAA DII Softball Championship are Adelphi, California (Pa.), Central Missouri, Dixie State, North Georgia, Shorter and St. Mary’s (Texas).

“We are excited to bring the DII Softball Championship here to Oklahoma City for the first time,” Oklahoma City All Sports Executive Director, Tim Brassfield said. “Hosting the 2015 NCAA Division II Softball Championship is another step forward in making Oklahoma City the ‘home’ of collegiate softball. It’s an honor to host both the NCAA Division I and Division II Softball Championships here in our great city and in the same year. It’s going to be a great few weeks of competitive, collegiate softball here in our community.”

The 2015 NCAA DII Softball Championship is an 8-team, double-elimination tournament with the championship game to be played Monday, May 25 at noon.

For a complete schedule of games and times, visit www.okcallsports.org/d2softball.

Tickets will be available at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium box office on Thursday, May 21. All-session tickets will be available to purchase through Thursday. Prices are $38 for adults; $22 for students and seniors (65 or older); and $10 for children (ages 3-12). Kids two and under are free. 

Single-session tickets will also be available Thursday at the stadium. Prices are $12 for adults; $8 for students and seniors (65 or older); and $3 for children (ages 3-12). Kids two and under are free. 

The 2015 NCAA Division II Softball Championship, co-hosted by Oklahoma City All Sports and the University of Central Oklahoma, will be played at historic ASA Hall of Fame Stadium. ASA Hall of Fame Stadium is widely known as the finest softball facility in the nation. The stadium has played host to the best softball competition in the world, including USA teams and it is the long term home of the NCAA DI Women’s College Series, which will take place following the completion of the DII Championship on May 28 – June 3.

For more information on the 2015 NCAA Division II Softball Championship, visit www.okcallsports.org/d2softball  or contact Oklahoma City All Sports by phone at 405-236-5000.

The Oklahoma City All Sports Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, which is proud to serve as the sports commission for Oklahoma City. It is one of the oldest sports commissions in the country, contributing more than 50 years of great service to the city. The Oklahoma City All Sports Association exists to SECURE, CREATE, PROMOTE, EXECUTE and HOST quality, family-oriented amateur sporting events in the state of Oklahoma.

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