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College: A Look at the Super Regionals

College: A Look at the Super Regionals

Ten of the sixteen #1 seeds in regional play are moving on to the super regionals with 1 still yet to be decided due to rain (Texas A&M). Not a single #4 seed moved on, but four #3 seeds (California, Dallas Baptist, UC Irvine, and Mississippi St) will be moving on. Only 1 of the top eight national seeds to start the tournament will be watching the rest at home (Rice).

The Super Regionals have some intriguing match ups. Two #3 seeds will face off with the winner advancing to the College World Series. Dallas Baptist, in only its 6th year as a Division I independent, is in its first Super Regional. The success of the program is not new. DBU, a former NAIA school, played in 10 NAIA World Series tournaments from 1984-2002 and finished runner-up twice.

The #1 overall seed Virginia leads the nation with 52 wins. Stanford and California (#5 and #6 in the Pac-10 standings) have the fewest wins among any remaining team with 35. The Pac-10 has 4 (maybe 5 with Arizona) teams left in the tourney. The SEC also has 4 followed by the ACC with 1, the Big 12 with 1 (maybe 2 with Texas A&M), the Big East 1 (Connecticut), the Big West 1 (UC Irvine), and 1 independent (Dallas Baptist).

Texas A&M and Arizona will play their decisive game on Tuesday with the winner advancing to face Florida St.

Charlottesville Super Regional
1 Virginia (52-9)
3 UC Irvine (42-16)

TBD Super Regional
3 California (35-21)
3 Dallas Baptist (42-18)

Tallahassee Super Regional
1 Florida St. (45-17)
1 Texas A&M or 2 Arizona

Columbia Super Regional
1 South Carolina (48-14)
2 Connecticut (45-18-1)

Gainesville Super Regional
1 Florida (48-16)
3 Mississippi St (37-23)

Austin Super Regional
1 Texas (47-16)
1 Arizona St (42-16)

Nashville Super Regional
1 Vanderbilt (50-10)
1 Oregon St (41-17)

Chapel Hill Super Regional
1 North Carolina (48-14)
2 Stanford (35-20)

For the NCAA’s interactive bracket click here

For more information on Omaha click here

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About Eric Bynum
Eric Bynum is Managing Editor here at BaseballdeWorld. He spent three years as an ESL teacher in South Korea, and is now working on his master's degree in history with a focus on baseball and WWII. He has played and/or written about baseball for the past 30 years and is an avid Atlanta Braves fan.

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