Arkansas will host its NCAA super regional against Missouri State beginning Friday at Baum Stadium.
Despite being a national seed, Missouri State (48-10) didn't submit a bid to host a super regional because of a scheduling conflict at its home stadium. Missouri State shares Hammons Field with the minor league Springfield Cardinals, which are scheduled to play a home series this weekend.
It's the first time since 2004 that the Razorbacks will host a super regional and the first time since 2010 Fayetteville will host any postseason game.
Arkansas (38-22) advanced to the round of 16 by winning three times at the regional in Stillwater, Oklahoma, over the weekend.
The Razorbacks beat Oral Roberts 8-6 Friday, Oklahoma State 7-5 Saturday and St. John's 4-3 Sunday.
Season ticket holders and Razorback Foundation members were allowed to preorder tickets Monday. More than 10,000 ticket requests had been processed as of Monday night, according to the athletic department's Twitter account.
Any remaining tickets will go on sale to the public Tuesday. All-session passes are $35, while individual game tickets are $15.
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