Published Wednesday, June 26, 2013 AT 3:49 PM / Updated at 4:04 PM
College World Series sets attendance record
College World Series Omaha World-Herald

The 2013 College World Series drew a total of 341,483 fans, making this year’s championship event the most attended CWS in history.

The attendance of 27,127 fans for Tuesday’s championship game between UCLA and Mississippi State is the largest crowd for a CWS championship game final, and also marked the largest single-game crowd in TD Ameritrade Park history.

The 2013 Series drew an average crowd of 24,392 fans per game — 2,610 more than the 2012 series and 1,415 more than the 2011 average.

The CWS attendance numbers:

Oregon State vs. Mississippi State 24,473 fans
Louisville vs. Indiana 27,122 (51,595 total)
North Carolina vs. North Carolina State 22,972 (74,567 total)
LSU vs. UCLA 26,344 (100,911 total)
Oregon State vs. Louisville 18,980 (119,891 total)
Indiana vs. Mississippi State 25,260 (145,151 total)
North Carolina vs. LSU 21,380 (166,531 total)
UCLA vs. North Carolina State 25,543 (192,074 total)
Oregon State vs. Indiana 26,035 (218,109 total)
North Carolina vs. North Carolina State 25,742 (243,851 total)
Mississippi State vs. Oregon State 18,868 (262,719 total)
UCLA vs. North Carolina 25,947 (288,666 total)
Championship Series
UCLA vs. Mississippi State 25,690 (314,356 total)
UCLA vs. Mississippi State 27,127 (341,483 total)

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