The Division I Softball Committee will conduct selections for the 2016 NCAA Division I Softball Championship May 15, 2016. The 64-team field will be selected from 283 NCAA Division I institutions sponsoring the sport of softball. Of the 64 teams, 32 teams will receive automatic qualification with the remaining best 32 teams selected on an at-large basis. Sixteen teams will be seeded and each of the seeded teams will be placed at one of the regional sites. The 2016 NCAA Division I Softball Championship bracket was announced Sunday, May 15, 2016. The 2016 NCAA Women's College Softball World Series will be held at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium - OGE Energy Field in Oklahoma City, June 2-8. This is the 35th annual NCAA Division I Softball Championship and the 26th time that Oklahoma City and ASA Hall of Fame Stadium - OGE Energy Field will host this premier college softball championship event.
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NCAA Women's College Softball World Series - 2018 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament - Netflix
The 2018 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament is being held from May 18 through June 6, 2018 as the final part of the 2018 NCAA Division I softball season. Thirty-two teams were awarded automatic bids as champions of their conferences, and the remaining 32 were selected at-large by the NCAA Division I softball selection committee. The tournament culminates with eight teams playing in the 2018 Women's College World Series at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. This is the first year since the 2010 Women's College World Series that neither the Florida Gators nor the Oklahoma Sooners made the Championship Series. The Florida State Seminoles will play in their first Women's College World Series Championship Series and became the first ACC team to make the Championship Series. The Washington Huskies are making their 4th Appearance in the Championship Series.
NCAA Women's College Softball World Series - Television - Netflix
ESPN holds exclusive rights to the tournament. They will air games across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, and ESPN3. For the second time in the history of the women's softball tournament ESPN will cover every single regional.
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