(MESA, Ariz.) – Don’t miss this action-packed tournament in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. Hosted at Mesa’s HoHoKam Stadium May 26 - 30, the Men’s Division I WAC Baseball Tournament is set to feature some of the nation’s best intercollegiate competition in the Western states.  Seven teams will compete in this double-elimination event with the winner earning the WAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament held later this summer. On deck to compete is Hawai‘i, Fresno State, Louisiana Tech, Sacramento State, Nevada, New Mexico State and San Jose State.

Advance tickets for this year’s tournament can be purchased online at www.visitmesa.com/WacBaseball. Tickets are $30 for an all-session pass including access to a guaranteed 10 games; daily passes are also available for $10. On day of game, tickets may be purchased at the Mesa HoHoKam Box Office located at 1235 N. Center Street, 480-644-4451. Food and beverages will be available during the tournament. For a complete tournament schedule, featuring both afternoon and evening game options, click here.

The WAC Baseball Tournament is no stranger to the state of Arizona and the City of Mesa. The league’s championship has been played in Arizona nine times (1963, 65, 67, 69, 71, 73, 75, 76, 78) and the event was held in Mesa in 1971 and 1973. As a sports destination, Mesa shines offering some of the nation’s best training facilities for field sports paired with unbeatable year-round weather and award-winning hotels.

Mesa has been recognized as one of the country’s most desirable destinations for hosting dynamic sporting events and athletic competitions on all levels: amateur, youth, collegiate, and professional. Hohokam Stadium is best known as the winter home of the Chicago Cubs and is major league baseball’s most popular spring training venue. Boasting one of the largest capacities in the Cactus League, more than 240,000 attendees pass through its gates each March. In addition to hosting Cactus League Spring Training, Hohokam Stadium is also the home of the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League. Hohokam Stadium and adjacent training facility opened in February 1997. The stadium seats 13,030 and includes one practice field and one practice infield.