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UPDATED: Baseball Regional Ticket Information

UPDATE: This just in from UCLA. Please take note.

Baseball Regional all-session tickets available at 10 am today from UCLA Central Ticket Office (310/825-2101) only, not TicketMaster.

At 12:30 pm PDT on Sunday, UCLA received official word that they would play host to a 2010 Regional. One of 16 schools to receive the honor, UCLA will welcome three teams to Jackie Robinson Stadium to join the Bruins in a four-team, double elimination tournament with the winner moving on to the Super Regionals the following weekend.

The Los Angeles Regional will take place Friday through Sunday with a Monday game if necessary. There will be two games played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with a solitary Monday game if it comes to that. Here is the ticket information for the Los Angeles Regional.

Tickets to NCAA Regional games at Jackie Robinson Stadium will go on sale Tuesday at 10 a.m. Fans will be able to purchase tickets through UCLA's Central Ticket Office (310-825-2101) or online via Ticketmaster. Beginning Tuesday, fans may only purchase All-Session Reserved ($80 adult/$65 student) or All-Session General Admission ($55 adult/$40 student) packages.

Single-game tickets will not be available until Friday. Reserved single-game tickets will cost $15 for adults and $12 for students. General admission single-game tickets will cost $10 for adults and $8 for students.

The Regional field and which three teams join UCLA in the Los Angeles Regional, as well as whether or not the Regional will be on ESPNU will be announced on Monday at 9:30 am PDT on ESPN.

It is very likely that San Diego LSU and UC Irvine will be two of the three teams joining UCLA in their Regional so with two local teams in the field it will be important for the Bruins to gobble up the tickets and provide the team with a true home field advantage.

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