The 2011 Baseball America College Baseball Bracket Challenge, brought to you by Baseball America, is under way! The first games of the NCAA regionals have begun and your brackets have been released. Click the links below to navigate through the standings and other reports, which will be updated after each round. Good luck to everyone!

Alphabetical Listing
Brackets Breakdown
Current Standings
Current Standings w/ Omaha Picks
Tournament Results
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• For every winner you pick in the regional round, you get one point, plus another point multiplied by the team's seed.

• For super-regional winners, you get two points for each correct pick, plus another two points multiplied by the team's regional seed.

• If you correctly pick the eight Omaha participants, you get four points, plus another three points multiplied by each team's regional seed.

• And if you pick the national champion correctly, you get eight points, plus another four points multiplied by the team's regional seed.

• The winner is the person with the most points. Any ties will be broken by predictions for the total number of runs scored in the championship game.


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