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UCLA to Hold Celebration Rally for NCAA National Champion Softball Team

UCLA’s softball national championship will be celebrated at Easton Stadium on Sunday.

UCLA will hold a celebrate the school’s 118th national championship with a rally on Sunday, June 9 at Easton Stadium.

This morning, UCLA put out a press release announcing a celebration rally for the school’s 118th NCAA champion softball team this Sunday, June 9, 2019 at 1 pm.

Here is the full text of the announcement:

The 2019 National Champion UCLA Bruins will be holding a celebration rally at Easton Stadium, this Sunday, June 9 at 1 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. A parking pass in the UCLA pay-by-space lots near and around Easton Stadium will be required.

Gates open at 12:30 p.m., and the ceremony will begin at 1 p.m, with members of the team speaking about the Bruins’ run in Oklahoma City and highlights being shown on the video board. Additionally, a one-hour autograph session will be held on the field following the ceremony, as fans will be able to get autographs with the Bruins, as well as take photos with the National Championship trophy.

The first 200 fans in attendance will receive a free UCLA Softball National Championship clear bag. Merchandise will also be on sale on the Easton Stadium concourse.

Regular and postseason rules apply in regards to prohibited items allowed inside Easton Stadium. More information can be found here. There is no clear bag policy for Easton Stadium, however, bags will be searched by security. No concessions will be sold at Sunday’s event, so fans are encouraged to bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks, as long as they conform with the Easton Stadium ground rules.

The Bruins clinched their 13th National Championship and the 118th NCAA title in UCLA Athletics history following a 5-4 victory over Oklahoma on Tuesday, as UCLA swept the best-of-three WCWS Championship Series. The Bruins routed the Sooners, 16-3, on Monday, and won in walk-off fashion on an RBI single by sophomore Kinsley Washington that scored junior Jacqui Prober in the bottom of the seventh on Tuesday. Redshirt junior Rachel Garcia was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Women’s College World Series and was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Washington, junior Bubba Nickles and redshirt sophomore Aaliyah Jordan.

Go Bruins!!!