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2018 NCAA Baseball Tournament Bracket, Regional Matchups: What you should know about the road to Omaha



On Monday, the selection committee announced the field of 64 for the NCAA Division I baseball tournament 2018. Before we unveil the clip, let's go over some of the most important things …

  • The field contains 31 automatic bids on conference championships and 33 large participants. The first round of the game is known as a regional, and it's a round-robin, double-elimination format. Each of the top 1
    6 totals hosts, if possible, its respective region.
  • The winner of each regional prize lands in the Superregional. The Super-Regional is a best-of-three serial format.
  • The winner of each Super Regional – a total of eight teams – comes to the College World Series in Omaha.
  • The College World Series is a double elimination until the last two teams stop. At this time, it is a best-of-three series to determine the national champion.
  • The field of 64 also includes eight National National Seeds, which you can consider as the pre-tournament favorites to reach Omaha. Here they are, arranged in order …
  1. Florida
  2. Stanford
  3. Oregon State
  4. Ole Miss
  5. Arkansas
  6. North Carolina
  7. Florida State
  8. Georgia

If a national seed wins its region, then it hosts the super regional. Otherwise, the pages of the superregional will be announced after completion of the regional round.)

Here are the matchups for all 16 regions (each region is set one to four) …

Athens Regional

  1. Georgia [19659003] Duke
  2. Troy
  3. Campbell

Austin Regional

  1. Texas
  2. Indiana
  3. Texas A & M
  4. Texas Southern

Chapel Hill Regional

  1. North Carolina
  2. Purdue
  3. Houston
  4. North Carolina A & T

Clemson Regional

  1. Clemson
  2. Vanderbilt
  3. St. Johns
  4. Morehead State

Corvallis Regional

  1. Oregon State
  2. LSU
  3. San Diego State
  4. Northwestern State

Conway Regional

  1. Coastal Carolina
  2. UConn
  3. Washington Llou-Brooklyn

Dallas Baptist
  • Dallas Baptist Oral Roberts
  • Gainesville Regional

    1. Florida
    2. Jacksonville
    3. Florida Atlantic
    4. Columbia

    Greenville Regional

    1. East Carolina
    2. South Carolina
    3. Ohio State
    4. UNC-Wilmington

    Lubbock Regional

    1. Texas Tech
    2. Louisville
    3. Kent State
    4. New Mexico State

    Minneapolis Regional

    1. Minnesota
    2. UCLA
    3. Gonzaga
    4. Canisius

    Oxford Regional [19659018] Ole Miss
  • Tennessee ee Tech
  • Missouri State
  • St. Louis
  • Raleigh Regional

    1. NC State
    2. Auburn
    3. Northeast
    4. Army

    Stanford Regional

    1. Stanford
    2. Baylor
    3. California State Fullerton
    4. Wright State

    Tallahassee Regional

    1. Florida State
    2. Mississippi State
    3. Oklahoma
    4. Samford

    And here is a link to the interactive brace of NCAA.com, which includes region-to-region pairings.

    Now to know for some dates …

    • The regional game starts on Friday, June 1st and runs until Monday, June 4th.
    • The Super-Regionals will Run June 8th through June 11th
    • The Omaha College World Series will start on June 16th and run until June 26th or 27th.

    Now we light this candle.


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