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NCAA Baseball Regionals Projections – May 26, 2013 8PM ET

May 26, 2013

The NCAA will broadcast its baseball regionals selection show Monday May 27, 2013 at noon ET. 16 playing sites will be selected with eight teams given “national seeds”. The paired grouping of regionals does not constitute a 1 vs. 16, 2 vs. 15 set-up – only a projection of which regional will face each other in the Super Regionals round before the College World Series.

I project that, due to not appearing in their conference tournaments, Maryland, Michigan State and Kentucky will not receive at-large bids. Also, despite an appearance in the Big 10 Finals and a worthy RPI, Nebraska will be passed by due to an overall losing record (29-30).


With that said, here is my 2013 Projection:


Chapel Hill Regional: (1) North Carolina – UNC-Wilmington, Campbell, Army

Columbia Regional: South Carolina – Louisville, Troy, Savannah State

Eugene Regional: (8) Oregon – Cal Poly, San Diego, Wichita State

Tallahassee Regional: Florida State – Florida Atlantic, Auburn, Connecticut

Corvallis Regional: (4) Oregon State – Georgia Tech, New Mexico, South Dakota State

Blacksburg Regional: Virginia Tech – Florida, Seton Hall, Towson

Fullerton Regional: (5) Cal State Fullerton – Arizona State, San Francisco, San Diego State

Bloomington Regional: Indiana – Mississippi, Notre Dame, Valparaiso

Baton Rouge Regional: (6) LSU – Louisiana-Lafayette, Central Arkansas, Jackson State

Mobile Regional: South Alabama – Miami-FL, Rice, St. Louis

Charlottesville Regional: (3) Virginia – Texas A&M, William & Mary, Canisius

Los Angeles Regional: UCLA – Kansas State, Liberty, Columbia

Raleigh Regional: (7) North Carolina State – Arkansas, Elon, Binghamton

Starkville Regional: Mississippi State – Mercer, Bryant, Bowling Green State

Nashville Regional: (2) Vanderbilt – Austin Peay, Illinois, East Tennessee State

Clemson Regional: Clemson – Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas San Antonio


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