While the Division I brackets haven’t been set yet, the NCAA released the Division II and D-III tournament fields on Monday.
For Division II, the host sites are Grand Junction, Colo., for the Central Regional; Kutztown, Pa., for the Atlantic Regional; Chillicothe, Ohio, for the Midwest Regional; Rindge, N.H., for the East Regional; Magnolia, Ark., for the South Regional; Aiken, S.C., for the Southeast Regional; Warrensburg, Mo., for the South Central Regional; and Keizer, Ore., for the West Regional.
The regional games will be played in double-elimination format May 14-18. For a complete listing of all 48 teams, check here.
The championship will be played at the USA Baseball Training Complex in Cary, N.C., on May 23-30. Since it’s in our backyard, we’ll have plenty of coverage of the event.
The Division III sites were also released Monday, with host sites at Augustana (Ill.) College for the Central Regional; Kean (N.J.) for the Mid-Atlantic; Adrian (Mich.) College for the Mid-East; Wisconsin-Oshkosh for the Midwest; Eastern Connecticut State for New England; SUNY Farmingdale/Skyline Conference for New York; Salisbury (Md.) for the South; and Linfield (Ore.) College for the West.
The regionals will be played May 13-17, with the Championship series May 22-26 at Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Appleton, Wis. The full listing of all 54 teams can be found here.
Also, the NAIA announced its bracket May 8.
The National Junior College Athletic Association is also getting into the mix as JuCo’s Division I and II are starting up their district playoffs this week.
JuCo’s Division III already has its eight-team field set for the championship series.
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