2010 NCAA Baseball Charlottesville Super Regional Event Information
Reserved and General Admission all-session ticket books are currently SOLD OUT. Ticket book prices were $36 for Reserved seating and $24 for General Admission.
If available, Super Regional single session tickets will be sold for $16 for Reserved seating and $12 for General Admission. Fans with General Admission tickets may upgrade to Reserved seating, if available, for a $4 per ticket upgrade fee.
Reserved Ticket Books
Reserved ticket books will be sold for the seats turned back by Oklahoma beginning Wednesday at 10 am. These ticket books will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis by calling (800) 542-UVA1, online at VirginiaSports.com, and in person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office.
Fans may purchase these tickets for $36 each or may upgrade from General Admission for $12 each. Customers who have already purchased tickets may visit the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall with their General Admission tickets to process their upgrade, while supplies last, beginning at 10 am Wednesday.
Single Session Tickets
Single session tickets are not expected to be available in advance of game day. If tickets are returned by Oklahoma after , they will be sold on game day at the Davenport Field ticket windows on a first-come, first-served basis. The Davenport Field ticket windows will open at 11 am on Saturday, and at 2 pm on Sunday.
Should game 3 be necessary and tickets are returned by Oklahoma, the ticket windows will open 2 hours prior to Monday’s game.
Gates will open 2 hours prior to each game. Gate opening times may be delayed due to inclement weather.
Davenport Field Entrance
All fans should enter Davenport Field through the main gate area, located across the street from the University Hall parking lot. Click here to view a map of this location.
Fans who have purchased tickets and requested Will Call as the delivery method may pick up their tickets at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium through Friday at 5 pm. After this time, Will Call tickets may be picked up at window 7 & 8 adjacent to the Davenport Field main gate.
Davenport Field Will Call opens 2 hours prior to the each game and will close at the top of the 7th inning. On Saturday June 12, Will Call will open at 11 am. Valid photo ID matching the name on the order is required to pick up all Will Call tickets.
Parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis within the University Hall and John Paul Jones Arena parking lots and the Emmet/Ivy Garage. A parking charge of $5 per day will apply for some lots. Click here to view parking maps for the weekend.
Please note that the John Paul Jones Arena parking lot and garage will be unavailable on Saturday due to high school graduations occurring at that facility.
As baseball is an outdoor game, no refunds or exchanges are permitted should game dates/times change due to inclement weather. For the latest information on this weekend’s game schedule, please visit VirginiaSports.com.
Fans with accessible seating needs may call the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at (800) 542-UVA1 through Friday at 5 pm. Accessible seating is available to patrons in advance of game day on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last. Please be aware that accessible seating is extremely limited, and may sell out.
Accessible seating is located on platforms in the Davenport Field grandstand and on the hillside in left field. Reserved accessible seating is available in sections 101, 104, 105, 106 and 109. General Admission accessible seating is available on the platform on the left field hillside on a first-come, first-served basis.
Refunds or exchanges will not be made unless an order is not filled. Refunds or exchanges will not be made due to a game time or date change. All sales are final.
All fans over the age of 24 months require a ticket to enter Davenport Field.
Security Rules and Security Checks
The University of Virginia and the Athletic Department, in conjunction with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies reserves the unrestricted right to refuse or terminate admission and/or reentry. It further reserves the right to eject any intoxicated person(s) whose conduct is deemed inappropriate. Patrons must present a valid ticket for entry.
Admission is subject to inspection and search for prohibited items. All persons entering the stadium will be subject to a visual search by stadium personnel before entering the gates. Event staff will also examine the contents of personal handbags. Guests will be asked to open their bags providing event staff the opportunity to observe the contents. If an item needs to be removed so the event staff member can see the remaining items in the bag, the guest will be asked to remove the item. The same procedure will be followed for items in a guest’s pockets. The guest will be asked to remove the item so the staff member can observe the pocket’s contents. If a guest is wearing a jacket, he/she will be asked to unzip the jacket and hold it open so that event staff can visually observe inside the jacket.
Prohibited items include but are not limited to:
- Audio recorders
- Items that can be thrown such as balls or Frisbees
- Strollers (except umbrella strollers)
- Video cameras
- Artificial noisemakers
- Glass bottles
All bags are subject to inspection by stadium personnel. In order to expedite entrance into the stadium, it is recommended fans not bring bags to games and to arrive early at the stadium’s gates.
Banners, Flags and Signs
Banners, signs and flags are allowed in athletics venues provided they do not impede another guest’s view of the competition, cover any venue signage, and/or are not attached to the facility. Banners, signs, and flags on poles or sticks are prohibited. Athletics Event Management reserves the right to remove any banner, sign, or flag that is in violation of the policy.