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NCAA Announces 2018 Division III Baseball Field

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Late Sunday night, the NCAA Division III Baseball Committee unveiled the 58 teams that will compete in the 2018 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship for a chance at ultimate glory.

There are eight regionals, with three consisting of six teams and five regionals composed of eight teams. Each regional uses a double-elimination format for tournament play. Of the 58 squads selected, 40 were conference champions and 18 were at-large teams. The regionals will run from May 17-21.

The eight teams that emerge victorious from regional play will earn a spot in the double-elimination championship in Appleton, Wisconsin, at Fox Cities Stadium. The championship pool play begins on May 25, with a champion crowned by May 30.

^denotes host team

Adrian, Michigan Region Hosted by Adrian College

  1. Wooster (OH) 36-8
  2. Otterbein (OH) 30-14
  3. La Roche (Pa.) 34-8-1
  4. Marietta (OH) 27-16
  5. Shenandoah (Va.) 34-10
  6. Ithaca (N.Y.) 28-15
  7. ^Adrian (Mich.) 33-10
  8. Wabash (Ind.) 28-15

Auburn, New York Region Hosted by State University of New York at Cortland

  1. ^SUNY Cortland 32-10
  2. Salisbury (Md.) 33-10
  3. Southern Maine 27-13
  4. Baldwin Wallace (OH) 31-12
  5. Swarthmore (Pa.) 33-9
  6. Amherst (Mass.) 24-12
  7. St. Joseph’s (Long Island) (N.Y.) 26-16
  8. Westfield State (Mass.) 24-16-1

Duluth, Minnesota Region Hosted by the College of St. Scholastica

  1. Concordia Chicago 33-12
  2. North Central (Ill.) 28-12
  3. Wisconsin Oshkosh 31-8
  4. Bethel (Minn.) 17-28
  5. Dubuque (IA) 24-15
  6. Bethany Lutheran (Minn.) 23-10

Harwich, Massachusetts Region Hosted by Massachusetts Maritime Academy

  1. Massachusetts Boston 34-8
  2. Oswego State (N.Y.) 26-12
  3. Keystone (Pa.) 33-9
  4. Western New England (Mass.) 31-13
  5. Ramapo (N.J.) 32-13
  6. Mitchell (Conn.) 30-8
  7. Suffolk (Mass.) 25-17
  8. Penn State-Berks 25-10

Holly Springs, North Carolina Region Hosted by William Peace University

  1. Randolph-Macon (Va.) 31-7-1
  2. The College of New Jersey 28-9
  3. Denison (OH) 32-10
  4. Christopher Newport (Va.) 32-10
  5. Alvernia (Pa.) 28-13
  6. LaGrange (Ga.) 28-16

Sauget, Illinois Region Hosted by St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

  1. Webster (Mo.) 36-8
  2. Wisconsin-Whitewater 31-6
  3. Texas-Tyler 29-16
  4. Rhodes (Tenn.) 29-14
  5. Franklin (Ind.) 38-3
  6. Aurora (Ill.) 30-13
  7. Monmouth (Ill.) 28-12-1
  8. Thomas More (Ky.) 24-18

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Spokane, Washington Region Hosted by Whitworth University and Spokane Sports Commission

  1. Chapman (Calif.) 34-11
  2. Redlands (Calif.) 33-11
  3. Concordia University Texas 29-16
  4. Texas Lutheran 34-9
  5. Texas-Dallas 30-15
  6. Willamette (Ore.) 28-17

York, Pennsylvania Region Hosted by Middle Atlantic Conferences

  1. Rowan (N.J.) 33-9
  2. Babson (Mass.) 32-10
  3. Arcadia (Pa.) 30-14
  4. Virginia Wesleyan 28-14
  5. Misericordia (Pa.) 31-12
  6. Union (N.Y.) 30-11
  7. Catholic (Va.) 31-13
  8. Castleton (Vt.) 30-10

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