NCAA D2 Softball Tournament Coming to Chattanooga

New Artificial Turf Installed At Mocs Frost Stadium

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- Chattanooga will be the center of Division 2 Softball in a couple of weeks.

The N-C-A-A announced they will be holding the D-2 Softball National Championship in Chattanooga at the end of this month from May 25-31.

Frost Stadium at Warner Park will be the primary stadium used in the tournament, with other games being held at Lee University in Cleveland and the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.

The National Championships will feature eight teams as the Chattanooga Tourism Company expects the tournament to bring an economic impact of roughly $1.9 million.

Susan Harris, the COO of the Chattanooga Tourism Company, said, “When we host amazing events here in Chattanooga, we are able to highlight our area, the hospitality, the authenticity of our place. What we see is the excitement that’s generated for not just the teams but the spectators, everyone affected, to come back and to refer friends and family to visit, so it’s just a great way for us to highlight our community.”

Chattanooga was scheduled to host the championship in 20-0 before being canceled by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

We will also host the 2025 and 2026 editions of the D-2 National Championship.

Tickets are available online at this link.

Frost Stadium is currently hosting the SoCon Softball Championships.

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