Chattanooga Softball slated against #11 Ole Miss

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Chattanooga Mocs softball team was selected to participate in the Oxford Regional, hosted by Ole Miss, to kickoff play in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, the NCAA league offices announced Sunday evening.

After claiming the program’s 14th SoCon Tournament title and the 11th berth into the NCAA Tournament, Chattanooga will play as the No. 4 seed in the Oxford Regional. UTC finished the season with a 37-15 overall record.

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Chattanooga faces the top-seeded and host Ole Miss Rebels on Friday evening at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN3. Full Regional information can be found below.

OXFORD (OLE MISS) REGIONAL
1. #17 Ole Miss (37-17, 13-10 SEC)
2. #7 Louisiana (50-4, 25-0 Sun Belt)
3. SE Missouri State (45-16, 17-5 OVC)
4. Chattanooga (37-15, 11-7 SoCon)

GAME TIMES
Chattanooga will face No. 17 Ole Miss at 7 p.m. ET on Friday evening on ESPN3. Addition game times will be released in the near future.

TV & BROADCAST SCHEDULE
The initial games will be broadcasted LIVE on ESPN3 before later games are designated to its respective ESPN platforms.

TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets will be sold via Ole Miss athletic departments and will go on sale in the coming days. Links will be available at GoMocs.com on the schedule page.

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