Nebraska School Activities Association

2023 NSAA Baseball & Softball Championship Finals to be Televised on Nebraska Public Media

LINCOLN – Beginning this year, Nebraska Public Media is set to televise the NSAA Baseball and Softball Championship Final Games. A change in the format of the championship bracket in both baseball and softball allows for this television coverage.

“The NSAA is excited to showcase high school softball and baseball and all of the great programs and teams statewide. Placing both on live television will create memories that will last a lifetime for our student-athletes,” said Dan Masters, NSAA Assistant Director in charge of softball and baseball.

“Nebraska Public Media is pleased to add coverage of the NSAA High School Baseball and Softball Championships to our local sports programming line-up. Fans in Nebraska can watch our television broadcasts, or livestream from our website or app. Our partnership with NSAA also makes it possible for us to offer an additional stream on our app for viewers who want to watch from outside the state,” said Nebraska Public Media Chief Content Officer Nancy Finken.

The 2023 NSAA Baseball Championship Finals will take place on Friday, May 19th at the University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO) – Tal Anderson Field. The 2023 NSAA Softball Championship Finals will take place on Monday, October 16th also on the campus of UNO at Connie Claussen Field.


About the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA)

The NSAA, based in Lincoln, Nebraska, is the statewide leadership organization for high school sports and performing arts activities. Since 1910, the NSAA has provided leadership and support for education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities that help students succeed in their lives. The NSAA enforces rules and regulations promulgated by the member schools, providing for a level competitive playing field in sports and activities. NSAA organizes and administers regular and postseason activities in 29 different sports and activities. Game officials and activities judges are registered by the NSAA and assigned by NSAA for postseason competition. For more information about the NSAA, visit the NSAA website at