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2019 NCAA Division II Baseball Tournament Bracket

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On Sunday, the NCAA Division II Baseball Committee released the complete bracket featuring the 56 teams that will take part in the 2019 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship.

The 56 teams will compete in double-elimination regional tournaments at 16 different sites played at a host institution from May 16-18. Each regional winner will then advance to a best-of-three super regional from May 24-25. The double-elimination championship finals will be hosted at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. from June 1-8.

23 teams received automatic bids to the tournament by winning their respective conferences. The remaining 33 teams received at-large bids by advancing through their conference tournaments. Last year’s champion, Augustana (S.D.), returns to the tournament as a No. 1 seed in the Central Region. Last year’s runner-up, Columbus State (Ga.), was unable to make it back to the tournament this year.

^ denotes a host team

Atlantic Region No. 1 at Millersville University of Pennsylvania

1. ^Millersville (Pa.) 38-14
4. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 34-14
5. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 29-13

Atlantic Region No. 2 at West Chester University of Pennsylvania

2. ^West Chester (Pa.) 31-14
3. Gannon (Pa.) 32-15
6. Charleston (W.Va.) 37-17

Central Region No. 1 at Augustana University (South Dakota)

1. ^Augustana (S.D.) 40-14
4. Minnesota State 39-13
5. Arkansas-Monticello 33-14
8. Oklahoma Baptist 33-19

Central Region No. 2 at University of Central Missouri

2. ^Central Missouri 38-14
3. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 39-12
6. Central Oklahoma 36-18
7. Missouri Southern State 35-19

East Region No. 1 at Adelphi University

1. ^Adelphi (N.Y.) 34-7-1
4. Wilmington (Del.) 38-16
5. New York Institute of Technology 32-14
8. Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 28-22

East Region No. 2 at Southern New Hampshire University

2. ^Southern New Hampshire 36-12
3. Long Island University Post (N.Y.) 36-14
6. Felician (N.J.) 30-21
7. Assumption (Mass.) 26-18

Midwest Region No. 1 at Kent State University

1. ^Ashland (Oh.) 41-11
4. Northwood (Mich.) 33-19
5. Bellarmine (Ken.) 32-19
8. Tiffin (Oh.) 24-29

Midwest Region No. 2 at University of Illinois Springfield

2. ^Illinois Springfield 37-14-1
3. Wayne State (Mich.) 34-15
6. Quincy (Ill.) 32-18
7. Drury (Mo.) 30-23

South Region No. 1 at University of Tampa

1. ^Tampa (Fl.) 36-14
4. West Florida 36-16
5. Nova Southeastern (Fl.) 32-15
8. Spring Hill (Ala.) 29-20

South Region No. 2 at Delta State University

2. ^Delta State (Miss.) 39-12
3. Eckerd (Fl.) 30-17
6. Valdosta State (Ga.) 30-21
7. Embry-Riddle (Fl.) 29-20

Southeast Region No. 1 at North Greenville University

1. ^North Greenville (S.C.) 42-9
4. Mount Olive (N.C.) 31-17
5. Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.) 33-17

Southeast Region No. 2 at Newberry College

2. ^Newberry (S.C.) 41-14
3. Catawba (N.C.) 42-12
6. Young Harris (Ga.) 35-19

South Central Region No. 1 at Colorado Mesa University

1. ^Colorado Mesa 45-9
4. Colorado School of Mines 39-13
5. West Texas A&M 41-10

South Central Region No. 2 at Angelo State University

2. ^Angelo State (Tx.) 42-9
3. Lubbock Christian (Tx.) 35-15
6. Rogers State (Ok.) 34-16

West Region No. 1 at Azusa Pacific University

1. ^Azusa Pacific (Cal.) 36-13
4. Cal State Monterey Bay 35-21
5. Cal Poly Pomona 29-26

West Region No. 2 at University of California San Diego

2. ^UC San Diego 35-12
3. Point Loma (Cal.) 30-19
6. Montana State Billings 33-18

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