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2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament Scores, Schedules, Results, Analysis, TV & more

The NCAA Tournament has returned.

Sunday's Super Regional Games
ResultSuper Regional
Notre Dame 7, Tennessee 3 (Notre Dame advances to Omaha)Knoxville
Oklahoma 11, Virginia Tech 2 (Oklahoma advances to Omaha)Blacksburg
Arkansas 4, North Carolina 3 (Arkansas advances to Omaha)Chapel Hill
Texas 11, East Carolina 1 (Texas advances to Omaha)Greenville
Mississippi 5, Southern Mississippi 0 (Ole Miss advances to Omaha)Hattiesburg
Stanford 8, Connecticut 2 (Series tied 1-1)Stanford
Oregon State 4, Auburn 3 (Series tied 1-1)Corvallis
Saturday's Super Regional Games
ResultSuper Regional
Arkansas 4, North Carolina 1 (Arkansas takes 1-0 lead)Chapel Hill
Virginia Tech 14, Oklahoma 8 (Series tied 1-1)Blacksburg
Texas 9, East Carolina 8 (Series tied 1-1)Greenville
Tennessee 14, Notre Dame 4 (Series tied 1-1)Knoxville
Texas A&M 4, Louisville 3 (Texas A&M advances to Omaha)College Station
Ole Miss 10, Southern Miss 0 (Ole Miss takes 1-0 lead)Hattiesburg
Connecticut 13, Stanford 12 (UConn takes 1-0 lead)Stanford
Auburn 7, Oregon State 5 (Auburn takes 1-0 lead)Corvallis
Friday's Super Regional Games
ResultSuper Regional
East Carolina 13, Texas 7 (ECU takes 1-0 lead)Greenville
Notre Dame 8, Tennessee 6 (Notre Dame takes 1-0 lead)Knoxville
Oklahoma 5, Virginia Tech 4 (Oklahoma takes 1-0 lead)Blacksburg
Texas A&M 5, Louisville 4 (Texas A&M takes 1-0 lead)College Station

Below, find the schedule, results, how you can watch, and once games begin, more analysis below.

Looking for some preview material? You can find our Top 25 here. And we previewed each individual regional, which you can find here.

The Super Regional Pairings are now set. Half of the regionals begin on June 10 with the other half beginning on June 11.


GAMES BEGIN FRIDAY, JUNE 10 - All times are Eastern
Note: Game times and ESPN Network subject to change

Notre Dame (38-14) at No. 1 Tennessee (56-7)6 p.m.
(ESPN2), 2 p.m. (ESPN), TBD (TBD)
No. 9 Texas (45-19) at No. 8 East Carolina (45-19)
Noon (ESPN2), Noon (ESPN2), TBD (TBD)
No. 12 Louisville (42-19-1) at No. 5 Texas A&M (40-18)
8:30 p.m. (ESPNU), 3 p.m. (ESPN2), TBD (TBD)
Oklahoma (40-21) at No. 4 Virginia Tech (44-12)
3 p.m. (ESPN2), Noon (ESPNU), TBD (TBD)

GAMES BEGIN SATURDAY, JUNE 11 – All times are Eastern
Note: Game times and ESPN Network subject to change

UConn (49-14) at No. 2 Stanford (45-15)
10:30 p.m. (ESPNU), 7 p.m. (ESPN2/ESPNU), TBD (TBD)
Arkansas (41-19) at No. 10 North Carolina (42-20)
11 a.m. (ESPN), 1 p.m. (ESPN/ESPN2), TBD (TBD)
Ole Miss (35-22) at No. 11 Southern Mississippi (47-17)
4 p.m. (ESPNU), 4 p.m. (ESPN2/ESPNU), TBD (TBD)

No. 14 Auburn (40-19) at No. 3 Oregon State (47-16)
10:30 p.m. (ESPN2), 10 p.m. (ESPN2), TBD (TBD)

Super Regional Pairings
No. 1 Tennessee vs. Notre Dame
No. 2 Stanford vs. Connecticut
No. 3 Oregon State vs. No. 14 Auburn
No. 4 Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma
College Station
No. 5 Texas A&M vs. No. 12 Louisville
No. 8 East Carolina vs. No. 9 Texas
Chapel Hill
No. 10 North Carolina vs. Arkansas
No. 11 Southern Mississippi vs. Mississippi
Monday's Regional Games
Michigan 11, Louisville 9 (Michigan wins regionals)Louisville
East Carolina 13, Coastal Carolina 4 (East Carolina wins regional)Greenville
Oklahoma 5, Florida 4 (Oklahoma wins regional)Gainesville
Mississippi 22, Arizona 6 (Mississippi wins regional)Coral Gables
Auburn 11, UCLA 4 (Auburn wins regional)Auburn
Southern Mississippi 8. Louisiana State 7 (Southern Miss wins regional)Hattiesburg
Oregon State 7, Vanderbilt 6 (Oregon State wins regional)Corvallis
North Carolina 7, Virginia Commonwealth 3 (North Carolina wins regional)Chapel Hill
Arkansas 7, Oklahoma State 3 (Arkansas wins regional)Stillwater
Connecticut 11, Maryland 8 (Connecticut wins regional)College Park
Stanford 4, Texas State 3 (Stanford wins regional)Stanford
Sunday's Regional Games
Arizona 7, Canisius 5 (Canisius eliminated)Coral Gables
Louisville 8, Oregon 5 (Oregon eliminated)Louisville
Florida 6, Central Michigan 5 (Central Michigan eliminated)Gainesville
Coastal Carolina 7, Virginia 6 (Virginia eliminated)Greenville
Columbia 15, Gonzaga 6 (Gonzaga eliminated)Blacksburg
North Carolina 6, Georgia 5 (Georgia eliminated)Chapel Hill
Oklahoma State 29, Missouri State 15 (Missouri State eliminatedStillwater
Maryland 10, Wake Forest 5 (Wake Forest eliminated)College Park
Georgia Tech 16, Campbell 5 (Campbell eliminated)Knoxville
UCLA 2, Florida State 1 (Florida State eliminated)Auburn
TCU 6, Louisiana 1 (Louisiana eliminated)College Station
Air Force 9, Louisiana Tech 7 (Louisiana Tech eliminated)Austin
Southern Miss 4, Kennesaw State 3 (10) (Kennesaw State eliminated)Hattiesburg
Texas Tech 3, Georgia Southern 1 (Georgia Southern eliminated)Statesboro
Ole Miss 2, Miami 1Coral Gables
Louisville 20, Michigan 1Louisville
Vanderbilt 14, San Diego 4 (San Diego eliminated)Corvallis
Stanford 8, UC Santa Barbara 4 (UC Santa Barbara eliminated)Stanford
Coastal Carolina 9, East Carolina 1Greenville
North Carolina 19, VCU 8Chapel Hill
Oklahoma State 14, Arkansas 10 (10)Stillwater
UCLA vs. Auburn - Game PPDAuburn
Florida 7, Oklahoma 2Gainesville
Southern Miss 8, LSU 4Hattiesburg
Notre Dame 2, Texas Tech 1 (Notre Dame wins regional)Statesboro
Tennessee 9, Georgia Tech 6 (Tennessee wins regional)Knoxville
Maryland 7, UConn 6 (11)College Park
Virginia Tech 7, Columbia 2 (Virginia Tech wins regional)Blacksburg
Texas 10, Air Force 1 (Texas wins regional)Austin
Texas A&M 15, TCU 9 (Texas A&M wins regional)College Station
Vanderbilt 8, Oregon State 1Corvallis
Stanford 8, Texas State 4Stanford
Saturday's Regional Games
Georgia Southern 8, UNC Greensboro 0
(First game for both teams)
Georgia Tech 13, Alcorn State 4 (Alabama State eliminated)Knoxville
Miami 11, Canisius 6Coral Gables
Oregon 18, Southeast Missouri State 6 (Southeast Missouri State eliminated)Louisville
Air Force 5, Dallas Baptist 1 (Dallas Baptist eliminated)Austin
Kennesaw State 9, Army 8 (Army eliminated)Hattiesburg
Central Michigan 3, Liberty 2 (12) (Liberty eliminated)Gainesville
Coastal Carolina 10, Coppin State 8 (Coppin State eliminated)Greenville
Missouri State 8, Grand Canyon 7 (Grand Canyon eliminated)Stillwater
Georgia 24, Hofstra 1 (Hofstra eliminated)Chapel Hill
Wake Forest 10, Long Island 4 (Long Island eliminated)Maryland
Texas Christian 3, Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts eliminated)Stillwater
UCLA 16, Southeastern Louisiana 2 (Southeastern Louisiana eliminated)Auburn
Texas Tech 2, UNC-Greensboro 0 (UNC-Greensboro eliminated)Statesboro
Gonzaga 11, Wright State 9 (Wright State eliminated)Blacksburg
Mississippi 7, Arizona 4Coral Gables
UC Santa Barbara 9, Binghamton 4 (Binghamton eliminated)Stanford
Michigan 7, Louisville 3Louisville
Vanderbilt 21, New Mexico State 1 (New Mexico State eliminated)Corvallis
Tennessee 12, Campbell 7Knoxville
Virginia Tech 24, Columbia 4Blacksburg
East Carolina 4, Virginia 2Greenville
Oklahoma 9, Florida 4Gainesville
Auburn 21, Florida State 7Auburn
Texas A&M 9, Louisiana 6College Station
Arkansas 20, Oklahoma State 12Stillwater
Louisiana State 7, Southern Mississippi 6 (10)Baton Rouge
Notre Dame 6, Georgia Southern 4Statesboro
Texas 5, Louisiana Tech 2Austin
Connecticut 10, Maryland 5College Park
Virginia Commonwealth 4, North Carolina 3Chapel Hill
Oregon State 12, San Diego 3Corvallis
Texas State 5, Stanford 2Stanford
Friday's Games
Campbell 15, Georgia Tech 8Knoxville
FSU 5, UCLA 3Auburn
ECU 17, Coppin State 1Greenville
Oklahoma 16, Liberty 3Gainesville
Columbia 8, Gonzaga 2Blacksburg
UConn 8, Wake Forest 7College Park
Arkansas 7, Grand Canyon 1Stillwater
Notre Dame 3, Texas Tech 2Statesboro
Texas 11, Air Force 3Austin
Texas A&M 8, Oral Roberts 2College Station
Louisville 7, SEMO 2Louisville
North Carolina 15, Hofstra 4Chapel Hill
Army 2, Southern Mississippi 0Hattiesburg
Stanford 20, Binghamton 7Stanford
San Diego 3, Vanderbilt 2Corvallis
Tennessee 10, Alabama State 0Knoxville
Virginia 7, Coastal Carolina 2Greenville
Florida 7, Central Michigan 3Gainesville
Michigan 8, Oregon 6Louisville
Virginia Tech 15, Wright State 9Blacksburg
Maryland 23, Long Island 3College Park
VCU 8, Georgia 1Chapel Hill
Oklahoma State 10, Missouri State 5Stillwater
LSU 14, Kennesaw State 11Hattiesburg
Auburn 19, Southeastern Louisiana 7Auburn
Louisiana Tech 12, Dallas Baptist 5Austin
Louisiana 7, TCU 6College Station
Texas State 7, UC Santa Barbara 3Stanford
Oregon State 5, New Mexico State 4Corvallis
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Monday's Regional Analysis

  • Every year, there is at least one team that breezes through regionals without any real drama, and no team breezed more over the weekend than Auburn, which finished off UCLA by an 11-4 score Monday afternoon. The Tigers scored at least 11 runs in all three games and scored 51 total in wins over Southeastern Louisiana, Florida State and UCLA.
  • After a 13-4 win over Coastal Carolina Monday afternoon, East Carolina has a massive opportunity in front of it this weekend. ECU has been in plenty of super regionals, but it has only ever hosted one once. It was in 2001 and wasn't on campus because Clark-LeClair Stadium had not yet been built. It's well documented that ECU is the best program to have never gone to Omaha, and part of that is because it has so often had to go on the road for supers. Texas isn't an easy matchup this weekend, but the Pirates will undoubtedly take any matchup as long as it's played at home.
  • Monday regional games are all about what a team can find on the mound, because no college team is equipped to be fresh for a fourth different day of competition. A couple of teams that really found things on this Monday are North Carolina and Oregon State. The Tar Heels got 5.1 scoreless innings of relief from Gage Gillian and Davis Palermo in a 7-3 win over Virginia Commonwealth. Meanwhile, after taking a late lead against Vanderbilt, OSU turned to ace Cooper Hjerpe, who closed out a 7-6 win with two scoreless frames.

Sunday's Regional Analysis

  • Regional weekend has a way of taxing a pitching staff, especially when a team has to come through the loser's bracket, and that has a way of creating unexpected heroes on the mound. One such hero was created in Gainesville in Florida lefthander Carsten Finnvold. He came on after starter Timmy Manning walked the first two batters he faced and proceeded to throw nine innings in a 7-2 win over Oklahoma. Finnvold's performance not only helped the Gators push the Sooners to a seventh game in the regional on Monday, but it should help reset the pitching staff a bit ahead of that game.
  • With 1-2 showings, Georgia Southern and Miami are the only hosts to not be taking part in regional finals. The Eagles lost a 3-1 game to Texas Tech, which would go on to lose to Notre Dame by a 2-1 score in the regional final, clinching a spot in a super regional for the Irish for a second straight year. The Hurricanes took two losses as the Coral Gables Regional played three games to get back on schedule. First, it dropped a 2-1 decision to Mississippi in a winner's bracket game. Then, it lost a 4-3 game to Arizona in which it stranded the tying run on third base.
  • Oklahoma State had a wild day at the ballpark. It fell behind Missouri State 12-0 after the third inning early in the day before rallying to win 29-15 in just over five hours. Then, it played a back-and-forth game with Arkansas late into the night. With the Cowboys leading 10-8 in the bottom of the ninth, the Razorbacks scored two runs to send the game to extra innings. In the 10th, OSU went up 14-10, and for good, with two runs on a two-run single for Aidan Meola and a two-run homer for Nolan McLean, who also pitched the last two innings of the game. The game seven in this regional Monday should be intense.
  • With a 20-1 win over Michigan, Louisville became the first team to push a regional to Monday, with the winner of the rematch between the Cardinals and Wolverines headed to super regionals. The Louisville offense got going early, as they chased Michigan starter Angelo Smith after just one-third of an inning and forced the Wolverines to use seven pitchers. Third baseman Ben Metzinger led the way by going 3-for-6 with two home runs and five RBIs. On the mound, Louisville lefthander Riley Phillips gave up two hits and one run in five innings and lefthander Evan Webster followed by giving up one hit in four scoreless innings.

Saturday's Regional Analysis

  • Texas State beat No. 2 national seed Stanford by a 5-2 score on the strength of an outstanding effort on the mound by righthander Levi Wells. He threw seven innings, giving up eight hits and two runs with one walk and six strikeouts. The Bobcats are in the driver's seat, but Sunday doesn't get any easier. They have leaned heavily on Zeke Wood and Wells in the rotation and now they've both pitched already. Whether it's Stanford or UC Santa Barbara Sunday night, Texas State is going to face a good offense and the rest of its pitching staff will have to be up to the task.
  • Arkansas moved to one win away from a super regional with a somewhat strange 20-12 win over Oklahoma State. The Cowboys led 10-5 after six innings and were in control, having worked over the Razorbacks' pitching staff to that point, but Arkansas scored three in the seventh, eight in the eighth and four in the ninth to run away with a win. The Razorbacks hit seven home runs, including two from second baseman Robert Moore. On the mound, they used seven pitchers and will still likely have to piece it together on Sunday, but they're no stranger to winning that way.
  • Auburn really impressed in a 21-7 win over Florida State to advance to the final of its home regional. The Tigers had 19 hits and drew 16 walks from FSU pitchers. Shortstop Brody Moore led the way by going 5-for-5 with a double, triple, two walks and five RBIs.
  • LSU has pulled a rabbit out of its hat twice already this weekend. After coming back from 11-4 down in the eighth to beat Kennesaw State 14-11 on Friday, the Tigers came back from 6-2 down in the bottom of the ninth against Southern Miss to win in walk-off fashion 7-6 in 10 innings on a Josh Pearson chopper up the middle that scored Josh Stevenson from third.
  • Michigan became the first team to advance to a regional final with a 7-3 win over Louisville. The Wolverines did it by getting to Cardinals ace Jared Poland. They got him for seven runs (six earned) on nine hits in his 4.2 innings. Center fielder Joe Stewart had three hits, including a home run, which came on the back end of back-to-back homers with right fielder Clark Elliott. On the mound, Michigan cobbled it together with five different pitchers taking the mound. They held the Cardinals to three runs and never let them put up a cooked number.
  • Air Force won its first NCAA Tournament game since 1967 with a 5-1 victory over Dallas Baptist. If the Falcons were going to get a standout pitching performance this weekend, it seemed safe to assume it would come from righthander Paul Skenes, but instead it was righthander Doyle Gehring. He held the Patriots to one run on three hits in seven innings to keep his team playing on to Sunday. That game also brings an end to a strange season for DBU. During non-conference play, it swept Southern Miss, won a series against Maryland looked like a possible Omaha team. In MVC play, though, the Patriots stumbled and just barely finished above .500. They also tend to play well in regional, as they've won at least two games in regionals eight out of 10 times in program history, but that wasn't the case this time around.
  • For the second day in a row, a highly-touted Gonzaga pitcher got hit hard, as righthander William Kempner surrendered nine runs in 2.2 innings against Wright State in an elimination game, but the Bulldogs survived by winning it 11-9. Gonzaga got great relief work from righthander Owen Wild (6.1 IP, 3 H, 0 R) and the offense made up ground after it trailed 9-4 at one point early in the game. By using Wild, Gonzaga burned a pitcher it would have ideally wanted to start this weekend, and yet, it still has to feel pretty good about its pitching situation, all things considered. Righthander Trystan Vrieling is ready to go in game 3, and the Zags, depite allowing 17 runs in two games, having actually taxed the bullpen much outside of Wild.

Friday's Regional Analysis

  • Southern Mississippi righthander Tanner Hall set a really high bar for pitching performances for the weekend with his effort against Army. He threw eight shutout innings, giving up four hits and one walk with nine strikeouts in a 2-0 Golden Eagles win. For a pitching-centric team like USM, that's a perfect way for the opener to have gone.

  • In the marquee matchup of the early window of Friday games, Florida State outlasted UCLA by a 5-3 score. Neither ace, FSU's Parker Messick (5 IP, 4 H, 2 R) or UCLA's Max Rajcic (6 IP, 5 H, 4 R), turned in his best start, which took the air out of the much-anticipated matchup on the mound, but it was a tight game that lived up to expectations in that regard. FSU grabbed a 3-0 lead after the top of the fifth and held on the rest of the way with help from the bullpen trio of Wyatt Crowell, Jonah Scolaro and Davis Hare.

  • The early window of games Friday featured several top seeds getting pushed early in games, only to come back and win them comfortably in the end. Oral Roberts took a 1-0 lead on Texas A&M before the Aggies went on to prevail 8-2. Air Force tied Texas 2-2 before the Longhorns took control and won 11-3. Southeast Missouri State led Louisville 2-0 before falling 7-2. Hofstra led North Carolina 1-0 and 2-1 before losing by a 15-4 score.

  • It's been hard to fight the feeling all season that Vanderbilt was going to eventually put it all together and go on a run, but after losing 3-2 to San Diego, time is officially out for that run to come. San Diego ace Brycen Mautz was excellent in giving up four hits and one run in seven innings, backing up what he's done all season, but inconsistent offensive performance has also been a bugaboo for the Commodores all season and it just may be the case that it's an issue they can't overcome.

  • When it was reported that Tennessee catcher Evan Russell wasn't going to be available for Friday's opener against Alabama State, there was less worry about how it would impact the Volunteers' chances against the Hornets and more concern about Russell's availability moving forward. But after the Vols' 10-0 win, the news about Russell seemed fairly positive. Coach Tony Vitello said Russell is under the weather, and while there is no guarantee about when he'll be back on the field, that beats some of the more dire prognoses. This will be a story to monitor as the weekend goes on.

  • In an interesting statistical tidbit, two different players hit home runs from both sides of the plate in one inning. East Carolina center fielder Bryson Worrell did it in a 17-1 win over Coppin State. Later, Auburn second baseman Cole Foster did it in a 19-7 win against Southeastern Louisiana, and Foster would go on to add a cherry on top with a third homer.

  • Notre Dame and Texas Tech didn't even get a full inning played in its game to begin the Statesboro Regional before a lengthy weather delay, which makes it all the more impressive that the teams were able to play such a clean game, which ended in a 3-2 win for the Fighting Irish. The Irish scored two runs in the first on a two-run double for catcher David LaManna just before the delay began. After the delay, the bullpens held things scoreless until the eighth, when Texas Tech tied it on a two-run single for left fielder Easton Murrell. The Irish landed the final blow, however, as it pushed across the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth on a wild pitch. It was a long day at the park for both teams, but both are at a bit of an advantage when you consider that host Georgia Southern and four seed UNC-Greensboro didn't get to play at all and will have to play two games each tomorrow to get the regional back on schedule.

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