The 2015 College World Series will commence on June 13 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. Vanderbilt looks to defend its title from a season ago and has the talent to go the distance; the Arizona Diamondbacks recently drafted Commodores shortstop Dansby Swanson as the first overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft. The 2015 CWS will be held over a two-week period in Omaha and ultimately conclude with the three-game Final series between June 22 and 24. It will mark the fifth anniversary of the games being held at TD Ameritrade Park. In 2011, the CWS moved from Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, a quick three-mile commute north. Over its 68-year history, the CWS has been won by Southern California more times than any other school, boasting an impressive 12 national titles. Both LSU and Texas are tied for second with six championships each.
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College World Series News
6-9-15: The 2015 College World Series is just days away from teeing off at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. According to TicketIQ, the average price for College World Series tickets is $128.70 on the secondary market. Fans hoping to attend all upcoming games will find that the average secondary price for an All Games Pass is $1,866.76. The cheapest available is listed for $926. The Final three-games series between June 22 and 24 will be among the most expensive games of the tournament. Held on June 23, Game 2 tickets currently average at $176.88 and get-in price starts at $11. Game 1 one day prior owns a similar average price at $158.46. The cheapest available ticket for Game 1 is now $11.
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College World Series History
The College Baseball World Series is an annual event held in Omaha, Nebraska to determine the champion of the NCAA Division I Baseball League. Eight teams compete over the two-week period in June, and each game has been held at TD Ameritrade Park since 2011. Prior to that season, the College World Series was played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, just three miles south of its current home. It has played annually since 1947, with Southern California boasting a record 12 titles over its nearly seven-decade existence. No other team has recorded double-digit championships. LSU and Texas own the second-most with six each, followed by Arizona State with five. Since 2003, the eight super regional champs have advance into two, four-team brackets and play one another over the two-week span. ESPN has also been the primary television provider since then. Prior to the flagship station taking over the televised reins, it hosted both DII and DIII College World Series games. Vanderbilt is the defending champion in 2015 after defeating Virginia for its first national title in school history. With its six titles, Texas owns the most College World Series game wins with 85 over 35 annual appearances. It is Southern California who owns the highest winning percentage in the CWS, however. With 74 wins in 21 appearances, the school’s .740 winning percentage is the best among all participating schools.