SportsTravel is proud to partner with the U.S. Olympic Committee to provide this update on Team USA events taking place this week. Below are upcoming events and information on how to learn more.

NCAA Women’s College World Series

Date: May 30–June 6, 2019

Venue: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Event description:The top eight teams in NCAA Division I softball return to the “Softball Capital of the World” to compete in the 2019 NCAA Women’s College World Series. Fans from across the country will descend upon Oklahoma City for this annual event televised on the ESPN networks.

Number of athletes/participants: Eight Division I programs

Number of spectators (In venue and online): Over 80,000 in venue, average of 984,000 viewers across 14 televised games.

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Jack Grafmeier Memorial Tournament – Men’s National Team

Date: May 31–June 2, 2019

Venue: Sunset Park, Kimberly, Wisconsin

Event description:The USA Softball Men’s National Team continues preparations for the 2019 international season at the Jack Grafmeier Memorial Tournament. The U.S. is expected to take on World No. 1 New Zealand Black Sox.

Number of athletes/participants: 16 teams. Team USA will have 18 athletes

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USA Rugby Club National Championships

Date: June 1–2, 2019

Venue: Fortress Obetz, Columbus, Ohio

Event description:USA Rugby’s Club National Championships is comprised of 10 of the best 15-a-side club rugby teams from across the United States. Men’s and women’s teams from multiple divisions match up in championship finals over two competition days. Future and former Eagles of the USA Rugby National Teams compete in the event, which serves an integral role in the development of talent bound for the world stage.

Number of athletes/participants: 300

Number of spectators: 2,500

When is the event up for bid again? 2020 is currently open for bids

What is the bid deadline? December 31, 2019

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Streamed/Broadcast Information: Streamed live on Flo Rugby


Here are additional upcoming national and international events where U.S. athletes will be competing: