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Super-Regionals for NCAA set (well mostly...)
2007-06-04 21:20
by Bob Timmermann

The NCAA baseball tournament is down to 17 teams and all eight sites for the next round, the Super-Regionals have been set.

The only slot still to be determined will be decided Tuesday in Charlottesville when defending champion Oregon State takes on host Virginia in an elimination game for both teams. The winner will host Michigan in the super-regional. The Wolverines were the surprise winner in Nashville and eliminated #1 overall seed Vanderbilt on a pinch hit home run by Alan Oaks against Vandy ace David Price in the 10th inning for a 4-3 win.

The other seven super-regionals are all set.

UCLA will play at Cal State Fullerton

Ole Miss will play at Arizona State

UC Irvine will play at Wichita State

Texas A&M will play at Rice. The Owls are now the highest remaining seed at #2 overall.

Oklahoma State will play at Louisville

Clemson will play at Mississippi State

South Carolina will play at North Carolina

#2 Rice, #3 North Carolina, and #5 Arizona State were the only top seeds to advance. Louisville and Oklahoma State were both seeded third in their regionals. Oregon State is also a #3 seed.

The super-regionals will start on June 8 (the last four listed) and June 9 (the first four mentioned.)

2007-06-04 21:51:55
1.   Eric Enders
I am going to blame the Disch-Falk construction for Texas losing its own regional. They didn't even come all that close to winning it.
2007-06-04 21:58:29
2.   Bob Timmermann
Michigan still has some weird plane reservations to make. I bet the athletic department wants Virigina to win since the team is likely still in Nashville and would rather not to have fly all the way out to Oregon.
2007-06-04 22:09:54
3.   BruceR
Go Toreros !!! [ Stayin' in shape for 2008 ]
2007-06-04 23:56:43
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I run a pretty good College Baseball Blog at

I will be providing previews, recaps, and news throughout the NCAA Tourney.

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