Session Passes On Sale for SEC Softball Tournament

by Clyde Verdin
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Session Passes On Sale for SEC Softball Tournament

BATON ROUGE, La. – All-session passes for the 2015 Southeastern Conference Softball Tournament is currently on sale to the general public through the LSU Ticket Office, as the tournament is scheduled May 6-9 at Tiger Park in Baton Rouge.

Starting at just $20, the all-session booklets cover each day of the tournament, giving fans access to all 12 games of the tournament and championship game on Saturday night. Passes for youth begin at $20 with $25 for adults which include standing-room only and access to the berm area. Reserved bleacher seats are priced at $40, with reserved chairback seats priced at $60.

Tickets can be purchased in person at the LSU Ticket Office located on the ground floor of the LSU Athletics Administration Building in Baton Rouge, or by calling the ticket office at (225) 578-2184 or (800) 960-8587. Fans can also purchase tickets online through the ticket office’s website at www.LSUtix.net

Individual session tickets will go on sale to the general public on April 1.

The top 12 teams at the end of the regular season will descend upon Baton Rouge for the single-elimination tournament, being hosted in the new Tiger Park for the first time, and the second time in the league’s history.

With the growth and popularity of the sport of collegiate softball at an all-time high, the tournament will continue to have a home nationally on the ESPN family of networks, as every game of the event and the championship final will be broadcast live across the country, as well as online and on mobile devices through WatchESPN. Throughout the year, fans will be able to follow each of the teams better than ever before with the launch of the SEC Network and SEC Network+.

For all of the latest news and information on Tiger softball, visit www.lsusports.net/softball. Fans can also follow the program on its social media outlets at www.Facebook.com/lsusoftball along with @lsusoftball and @BethTorina on Twitter and @lsusb on Instagram.