Series Notes and Fan Information for Louisville vs Cal State Fullerton

Photo: GoCards.com
Photo: GoCards.com
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Bracket

*Miami-VCU is highlighted because the game had already started when I got the bracket photo.*

Baseball bracketSchedule

Saturday, June 6 | 11 a.m. ET
TV: ESPN2 (Watch) | Radio: 93.9 The Ville
Web: CardsTV Audio (Listen) | Live Stats: Gametracker
LOU: Jr. RHP Kyle Funkhouser (8-5, 3.25 ERA)
CSF: Jr. RHP Thomas Eshelman (8-5, 1.61 ERA)

Sunday, June 7 | Noon ET
TV: ESPN2 or ESPNU (Watch) | Radio: 93.9 The Ville
Web: CardsTV Audio (Listen) | Live Stats: Gametracker
LOU: TBA
CSF: TBA

Monday, June 8 | Time TBD
TV: ESPN or ESPN2 (Watch) | Radio: 93.9 The Ville
Web: CardsTV Audio (Listen) | Live Stats: Gametracker
LOU: TBA
CSF: TBA

Parking / Shuttle

Ample free parking will be available throughout the Louisville Regional at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (PJCS), home of the UofL football team. Fans should park in the Bronze Lot, entering at lot D off Floyd Street on the south end of the stadium.

Located just a short walk from Jim Patterson Stadium, fans can also utilize the free shuttle from PJCS with pick-up located near Gate 4. Drop-off at the ballpark will be outside the main gates of Jim Patterson Stadium.

Shuttle services, which will run every 5-8 minutes, will begin one hour prior to the scheduled first pitch each day and will continue until approximately 30 minutes following the completion of each game.

Limited parking will also be available in the additional lots surrounding Jim Patterson Stadium, including the lot located at Central Avenue and Third Street across from the stadium.

Single-Session Tickets

Single-session tickets will go on sale on Thursday (June 4) at 9 a.m. ET. Tickets may be purchased online here or at the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office located at Gate 2 of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Remaining tickets will also be available at the Jim Patterson Stadium ticket windows beginning two hours prior to first pitch on game day. Single-session tickets for the Super Regional are $20 for reserved chairback seats, $10 for general admission and outfield berm and $5 for college students.

All-Session Tickets

All-session tickets for the Louisville Super Regional are on sale and can be purchased online here, by phone at 502-GO-CARDS or through the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office. All-session tickets for the Super Regional are $45 for reserved chairback seats, $25 for general admission and outfield berm seating and $15 for college students.

Will Call / Ticket Pick-Up

With capacity crowds expected, fans are encouraged to purchase and pick-up tickets in advance to avoid long will call lines on game day. Tickets can be picked up at the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office, located at Gate 2 of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. No tickets will be mailed. Fans who purchased their tickets online can use the “Print at Home” option, click herefor more information. Jim Patterson Stadium ticket windows will open on Saturday at 8 a.m., and on Sunday and 9 a.m.

Prohibited Items Policy

The University of Louisville is dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment in which to enjoy events. Items not permitted into the stadium include, but are not limited to:
• Firearms or weapons of any kind
• Fireworks of any kind
• Glass or plastic bottles, cans, coolers, containers, food or beverages of any kind
• Air horns, whistles, artificial noise makers
• Illegal drugs or chemicals
• Laser pens and pointers
• Inflated baseballs or any other ball of any shape or size
• Umbrellas
• Oversized bags and backpacks
• Animals (except service dogs)
• Unapproved pamphlets, handouts, advertising items, etc.
• Strollers
• Skateboards, rollers blades, roller skates, roller shoes, etc
• Any unapproved flags or banners of any shape or size

Anyone with an item that does not pass security measures will be asked to either return the item to their vehicle or dispose of it before entering Jim Patterson Stadium. Oversized bags and backpacks are not allowed in Jim Patterson Stadium. String or cinch bags, purses and diaper bags may be brought into the stadium but will be searched at the gate inspection area. Please be aware that prohibited items, policies and security parameters may be modified from event to event as security levels change.

ABOUT THE CARDINALS

In its inaugural season in the ACC, Louisville dominated the Atlantic Division in record-setting fashion with a 25-5 mark. For the Cardinals, it was their fourth straight regular season conference championship, including each of the last three in different leagues.

Louisville is hosting NCAA postseason games for the ninth time overall after previously hosting NCAA Regionals in 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2015 and NCAA Super Regionals in 2007 and 2014. This is the Cardinals’ eighth postseason berth in the last nine seasons and the program’s ninth NCAA appearance overall with the first coming in 2002.

The Cardinals are 28-6 at home this season and 276-88 all-time at Jim Patterson Stadium, which opened in April 2005. Louisville has won 11 straight NCAA postseason home games and is 18-4 in regional and super regional games at the ballpark.

ABOUT THE TITANS

Cal State Fullerton (37-22) clinched its 12th Super Regional berth and its 21st NCAA Regional title by sweeping through the Fullerton Regional last weekend. The Titans won their 20th Big West Conference title finishing with a 19-5 league mark. Cal State Fullerton has won four NCAA championships while making seven College World Series appearances overall. The Titans are 3-0 all-time against Louisville with an NCAA Super Regional sweep in 2009 and a win earlier this season at the Opening Weekend Challenge in Clearwater, Fla.

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