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NCAA Announces Field Of 64

The NCAA announced its 64-team regional field on Memorial Day, with Clemson leading the way as this year’s national No. 1 seed. Regional play begins Friday at 16 sites across the nation. Winners of each four-team regional advance to super-regionals, which begin on June 9 at eight sites to be determined. The eight-team College World Series begins June 16 in Omaha.

The winners of the regionals listed under each gray bar will be paired against each other for super-regional play. Regional hosts are noted with an asterisk. Super-regional hosts will be announced Monday, June 5.

Clemson, S.C.
Fayetteville, Ark.
1. Clemson*
(No. 1 national seed)
1. Oklahoma
State
2. Elon 2. Arkansas*
3. Mississippi State 3. Oral Roberts
4. UNC Asheville 4. Princeton
Houston
Norman, Okla.
1. Rice* (No. 2) 1. Oklahoma*
2. Arizona State 2. Houston
3. Baylor 3. Wichita State
4. Prairie View A&M 4. Texas Christian
Austin,
Texas
Corvallis, Ore.
1. Texas* (No. 3) 1. Oregon State*
2. North Carolina State 2. Kansas
3. Stanford 3. Hawaii
4. UT Arlington 4. Wright State
Tuscaloosa,
Ala.
Chapel Hill, N.C.
1. Alabama*
(No. 4)
1. North Carolina*
2. Troy 2. Winthrop
3. Southern Mississippi 3. UNC Wilmington
4. Jacksonville State 4. Maine
Fullerton, Calif. Malibu, Calif.
1. Cal State Fullerton* (No. 5)
1. Pepperdine*
2. Fresno State 2. UCLA
3. San Diego 3. UC Irvine
4. Saint Louis 4. Missouri
Lincoln, Neb.
Oxford, Miss.
1. Nebraska*
(No. 6)
1. Mississippi*
2. Miami 2. Tulane
3. San Francisco 3. South Alabama
4. Manhattan 4. Bethune-Cookman
Athens, Ga.
Charlottesville, Va.
1. Georgia*
(No. 7)
1. Virginia*
2. Florida State 2. South Carolina
3. Jacksonville 3. Evansville
4. Sacred Heart 4. Lehigh
Atlanta
Lexington, Ky.
1. Georgia Tech* (No. 8)
1. Kentucky*
2. Vanderbilt 2. College of Charleston
3. Michigan 3. Notre Dame
4. Stetson

4. Ball State




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