Field Set for Cary’s 10th NCAA Division II Baseball Championship
- The field of 8 teams is set for the NCAA Division II baseball championship at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary from June 1-8.
- 2019 marks the 10th year the Town of Cary and University of Mount Olive have hosted this championship, bringing together eight regional winners to compete for the national title.
- Single-day tickets and championship passes featuring eight days of games are on sale now online.
Cary, NC – The field of 8 teams is set for the NCAA Division II baseball championship at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary from June 1-8. This year marks the 10th year the Town of Cary and University of Mount Olive have hosted this championship, being played in Cary each year between 2009-2016. This event brings together eight regional winners to compete for the national title.
The eight teams competing in Cary are: Colorado Mesa University, University of Tampa, Catawba College, Ashland University, University of Central Missouri, UC San Diego, Mercyhurst University and New York Institute of Technology. You can find the schedule of games here.
Single-day tickets for adults ($12), children ($7) and Wake County residents ($7) are on sale and feature two games a day. Championship passes featuring eight days of games are also on sale now for $32. Tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket booth the day of the games. Daily promotions, including dollar drink and hotdog day are a big hit with fans as well. You can find the full list of promotions alongside the game schedule here.
Opening weekend will feature ceremonial first pitches including Director at Large Ken Hawley representing the Town of Cary and Ki Spicer, an 8-year-old born in Asheville, NC who is currently battling 3 inoperable brain tumors, throwing out the first pitch for the 7 p.m. game on Sunday, June 2. You can learn more about Ki Spicer here.
The NTC offers concessions and free parking and is owned and operated by the Town of Cary. The complex features an1,800 seat stadium, three side fields, full concession stand and plenty of parking, all maintained at the highest standards. For more, search “Baseball” at www.townofcary.org or call (919) 387-5844. And for more fun in Cary, follow on Twitter @TOC_fun and check out our calendar at www.townofcary.org/calendar.
Chris Duty, Sports Venue Coordinator, (919) 387-5844
Stephen McNulty, Public Information Specialist, (919) 380-4240
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