Tucson Invitational Games
College baseball and softball teams follow the sun to Tucson for spring training every February-March.
Collegiate Spring Training in Tucson
February 8 - April 1, 2018
Welcome to the Tucson Invitational Games (TIG), the premier destination for your softball and baseball spring training trip. With plenty of warm weather, competition and discounted hotel accommodations, there is no better place to be. Complete information about participating teams, locations, and schedules are posted when available on the TIG website: tigsports.com.
Spectators are welcome at TIG competitions, played at Kino Sports Complex (baseball) and Lincoln Park (softball). Between ballgames, there are many fun things to do. Tucson is an outdoors mecca, a World Festival & Event City with 40-plus festivals and events annually, and the first American city named as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy with an exploding food and drink scene (Tucson's signature ballpark snack, the Sonoran hot dog, is a must-taste for TIG fans!).
February 23 - April 1, 2018
Baseball Cactus Classic: February 8-11
Kino Sports Complex - the home field for baseball is Kino Sports Complex, home of Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium the former spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago White Sox. The complex has 8 immaculate professional playing fields with true hops and manicured grass infields and outfields. This Major League Baseball Complex features state-of-the-art amenities that any collegiate program will embrace and enjoy. Ticketing information, rules, directions, and answers to frequently asked questions for Kino Sports Complex, click here.
March 5 - 31, 2018
Softball Cactus Classic: February 15-19
National Fastpitch Coaches Association D3 Lead-off Classic: March 1-5
Lincoln Park - the home field for softball games is Abraham Lincoln Regional Park, which is ADA accessible with restrooms, bleachers and a full concession stand. There are ramadas outside the gates to enjoy a picnic after the game. The park also has soccer fields, baseball fields and the Clements Recreation Center that includes outdoor basketball courts. There is also a walking path that surrounds both the softball fields as well as the soccer fields, to enjoy the games and the scenery that Tucson has to offer. Ticketing information, rules, directions, and answers to frequently asked questions for Lincoln Park are here.
The whole college baseball experience in Tucson is fantastic and is why we come back every year!
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