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Women’s College World Series in Full Swing
Women’s College World Series in Full Swing

Women’s College World Series in Full Swing

The Women’s College World Series begins Thursday when UCLA and the University of Alabama take the field at 12 p.m. ET followed by (10) Duke and (2) Oklahoma at 2:30 p.m.

Eight teams have traveled to Oklahoma City for their chance at winning the championship with (2) Oklahoma looking to win their fourth straight title. They’re only seeded below Texas, who has never held the first seed in the tournament. Duke is making its WCWS debut.

Oklahoma and Texas are the only two teams in the national top five in both runs scored and runs allowed per game.

Tickets for the first session, which include the first two games on Thursday, are averaging $74. The second session, which includes the Texas-Stanford and Oklahoma State-Florida games, have an average ticket price of $109.

The average ticket price of the next few sessions increases but falls again for the last two sessions before the finals, likely because the later sessions might not be necessary depending on how long each series runs.

  • Session 3: $152
  • Session 4: $181
  • Session 5: $152
  • Session 6: $58
  • Session 7: $68
  • Finals Game 1: $139
  • Finals Game 2: $151

Session 4, which currently has the highest average ticket price, has get-in prices for $137 in the outfield on

Fans making the trip down to Oklahoma can also buy a pass for all sessions, averaging a cost of $959.

For those who can’t make the trip, games will be broadcasted across ABC’s family of channels including ESPN and ESPN2.