Texas, 44-15 (at Round Rock because of construction in Austin)
Arizona State, 43-13
Florida State, 47-13
San Diego, 43-16
Those eight schools will host a four-team, double-elimination tournament as well as eight other schools: Virginia, Long Beach State, Ole Miss, Wichita State, Texas A&M, Missouri, Coastal Carolina, and South Carolina.
The winner of each of the sixteen regionals are then paired off in a double-elimination super-regional. The winners of those advance to Omaha for the College World Series, which will start June 15.
The CWS divides the eight teams into two groups of four, who play a double-elimination tournament. The winners of each division then play a best-of-three series for the championship.
Last year's champion, Oregon State, made the field as a #3 seed and will be playing in the Virginia regional in Charlottesville. There will not be yet another Florida-Ohio State matchup for a national championship as the Gators did not make the tournament. Ohio State did as a #3 seed in the Texas A&M regional at College Station.
The Fighting Olney of Vandy have the most wins of any team in the tournament. Ivy League champ Brown has the fewest with 27. The most losses are by the only team in the tournament with a losing record, Wofford, which was 30-31. Wofford won the Southern Conference tournament to get a bid in the tournament despite finishing ninth in the conference.