STARKVILLE - Dudy Noble Field, long known for record-setting crowds, is now sold out of reserved chair back seating for the 2013 NCAA Starkville Regional, the Mississippi State ticket office announced today.
Full tournament general admission ticket packets are still available for $50 and can be purchased at HailState.com/tickets, via phone at 888-GO-DAWGS and in person at the Bryan Building ticket office.
Individual game general admission tickets - priced at $10 - may be purchased beginning on Friday.
General admission tickets will be in high demand. They will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons with general admission tickets are advised to arrive early if they desire a seat in the bleachers. General admission tickets are good for admission into the stadium only, and do not necessarily guarantee a seat.
Seating capacity at Dudy Noble Field is limited to around 12,000 seats with sight lines of the field. Once that threshold is reached, MSU will continue selling standing-room only tickets as demand dictates, but not all general admission ticketholders will be guaranteed seating or field views.
NCAA SECURITY POLICY (INCLUDING ARTIFICIAL NOISEMAKERS AND ALCOHOL)
The 2013 NCAA Baseball Championship is an NCAA event, hosted by Mississippi State University. As such, Mississippi State must comply with NCAA rules and regulations set forth for host institutions. Additional security measures from regular season games will be in place.
The NCAA Division I Baseball Committee states “Artificial noisemakers (air horns, cowbells, electronic instruments, etc.) are not permissible.”
It further says “no alcoholic beverages shall be delivered, sold or dispensed for public consumption anywhere in the competition venue, nor shall any such beverages be brought to the site during the championship (i.e., during the period from the time access is available to spectators until all patrons have left the stadium).”
As such, all bags and coolers brought to Polk-Dement Stadium are subject to search.