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Nebraska Cornhuskers (43-13)

Stanford Cardinal (39-21)

Tulsa Golden Hurricane (42-16-1)

Northern Iowa Panthers (27-26)

 

2013 NCAA Lincoln Regional Schedule
Friday, May 17 (all times Central)
Game 1: Stanford 4, Tulsa 2
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Game 2: Nebraska 4, Northern Iowa 0
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Saturday, May 18 (all times Central)
Game 3: Nebraska 7, Stanford 1
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Game 4: Northern Iowa 2, Tulsa 1
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Game 5: Stanford 4, Northern Iowa 1
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Sunday, May 19 (all times Central)
Game 6: Nebraska 10, Stanford 5
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Ticket Information (Seating Chart)
**Children 1 year old and younger do not need a ticket**

All-Session Tickets: All-session tickets are available through Thursday, May 16. All-session tickets are available for $25 for reserved tickets and $20 for general admission tickets. All-session tickets are good for every game of the 2013 NCAA Lincoln Regional.

  • Reserved: $25
  • General Admission: $20

Single-Day Tickets: For fans missing the deadline for all-session tickets or chosing not to purchase all-session tickets, single-day tickets will be sold based on availability. Fans will need to buy a new ticket for every day of the NCAA Lincoln Regional (not every game) they plan on attending.

A $10 reserved single-day ticket will guarantee the fan the same seat for every game that day in either section 100, 101 or 102. A $7 general admission single-day ticket will allow a fan admission into every game that day with first-come, first-serve seating in the metal bleachers on the first-base concourse and the grass berms behind both dugouts and down both foul lines.

Single-day tickets, if available, cannot be purchased until Friday, May 17 and are available in person at the Bowlin Stadium ticket office during each day of the tournament, online at Huskers.com, at the main Nebraska Ticket Office or by calling 1-800-8-BIG-RED. The ticket office will open 60 minutes prior to the first game of the day.

  • Adult: $10 reserved / $7 general admission
  • Seniors (60 & older): $5 general admission only
  • Youth (6 & under): $5 general admission only

Disabled Ticket Seating: If you require disabled seating, please let the ticket office know when purchasing your tickets.

Player Pass-List: The pass-list gate entrance is located down the right-field line. Individuals on the pass list will be guaranteed reserved seating near their team's dugout during their team's game, and they may sit in general admission for the other games that day.

Note: Individuals must show I.D. in order to pick up pass-list tickets.

Will Call: Will-call tickets will be available for pick up at the Bowlin Stadium Ticket Office, located at the main entrance to the stadium, behind home plate. Will-call tickets may be picked up beginning 60 minutes prior to the first game of the day.

Gates Opening Time: Gates will open and fans will be allowed into Bowlin Stadium 60 minutes prior to the first game of the day. The Bowlin Stadium ticket office will also open 60 minutes prior to the first game of the day. Once the gates are open, they will remain open all day until shortly following the final game of the day.

Stadium Re-entry: Re-entry will be allowed into Bowlin Stadium, but the patron must obtain a wristbrand prior to leaving the facility in order to be allowed back in without purchasing a new ticket. Please note that leaving the stadium and then re-entering does not guarantee a fan his/her same seat, unless that fan has purchased a reserved ticket.

Parking/Disabled Parking: Parking is free and readily available at Bowlin Stadium. Disabled parking stalls are located by the main entrance to Bowlin Stadium and are designated as disabled stalls. Patrons must have a state-issued hang tag or license plate. Improperly parked vehicles or those found in a restricted area will be towed at owner's expense.

Prohibited Items: The following is a list of items prohibited inside Bowlin Stadium:

  • Coolers, large bags
  • Small bags/backpacks are allowed, but will be checked prior to entering the stadium
  • Video cameras
  • Noise makers
  • Umbrellas
  • Glass bottles and cans
  • Lawn chairs
  • Banners/flags on poles
  • Outside food or drink
  • Alcoholic beverages or controlled substances
  • Limited use of cameras and portable radios is permitted. Flash photography is prohibited. Game action may not be filmed. Consideration of other spectators is expected.
  • With the passage of a concealed weapons law in the state of Nebraska, fans are reminded that all concealed weapons are not allowed on the UNL campus and are prohibited at all collegiate athletic events.
  • At the discretion of game management, other items may be prohibited.

Assistive Listening System Equipment: Assistive Listening System Equipment is available for checkout inside the Bowlin Stadium press box, located on the concourse behind home plate. A valid I.D. is required for deposit.

No Smoking Policy: Smoking is NOT permitted inside Bowlin Stadium. Fans may leave the stadium to smoke, but must ask for a wristband in order to re-enter the stadium.

Restrooms: Restrooms are located by the metal bleacher seating on the first-base concourse.

Important Telephone Numbers: Below are important telephone numbers for fans attending the 2013 Big Ten Softball Tournament:

  • University of Nebraska Campus Police: (402) 472-2222
  • In-Game Secruity Assistance: (402) 472-FANS
  • Lincoln Police Department: (402) 441-7237
  • Nebraska Softball Office: (402) 472-8801
  • Nebraska Ticket Office: (800) 8-BIG-RED (824-4733)
  • Nebraska Events Office/Lost & Found: (402) 472-1003