FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Baum Stadium hosted nine games during the NCAA Regionals and Super Regionals over the past two weeks, welcoming more fans than any other ballpark in the nation with 89,852 packing the stadium during the two rounds that saw Arkansas advance to the program’s ninth College World Series.
Baum Stadium was one of only five ballparks to host both Regionals and Super Regionals and the only one to surpass 80,000 in total attendance. In the games featuring the Razorbacks, the average attendance was 10,594 – including 11,473 during Super Regionals. All three Super Regional crowds exceeded 11,000 and are three of the largest postseason attendances in stadium history.
Including the postseason, attendance at Baum Stadium this season climbed to 311,828.
Arkansas wrapped up the 2018 season with the most home wins in program history, going 34-4 at Baum Stadium.
The Razorbacks open play in Omaha, Nebraska at the College World Series against Texas on Sunday at 1 p.m. at TD Ameritrade Park on ESPN.