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FINAL 2013 NCAA Baseball Regionals Projection – May 27, 2013 2:00AM ET

May 27, 2013

I decided to take one final look at my last projection and something didn’t seem right to me, so I ran the data one more time and there are two teams in that were out a couple of hours ago. Still, based on previous criteria, Maryland, Kentucky and Michigan State are out (failed to qualify for their respective conference tourney) as well as Nebraska, despite an RPI of 28 (29-30 season record). Also, North Carolina was elevated to the #1 National Seed over Vanderbilt.

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

Columbia Regional: South Carolina, Clemson, Troy, Savannah State

Eugene Regional: (8) Oregon, Florida, Bryant, San Diego State

Manhattan Regional: Kansas State, Mississippi, Sam Houston State, Wichita State

Baton Rouge Regional: (4) LSU, Louisiana-Lafayette, Oklahoma, Jackson State

Tallahassee Regional: Florida State, Mercer, Auburn, Texas-San Antonio

Corvallis Regional: (5) Oregon State, Arkansas, Rice, South Dakota State

Louisville Regional: Louisville, Miami-FL, Illinois, St. Louis

Charlottesville Regional: (3) Virginia, Texas A&M, Liberty, Towson

Los Angeles Regional: UCLA, Cal Poly, Seton Hall, Bowling Green State

Fullerton Regional: (6) Cal State Fullerton, Arizona State, San Diego, Connecticut

Bloomington Regional: Indiana, Austin Peay, Notre Dame, Valparaiso

Nashville Regional: (2) Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Elon, East Tennessee State

Blacksburg Regional: Virginia Tech, Alabama, William & Mary, Canisius

Raleigh Regional: (7) North Carolina State, Florida Atlantic, Coastal Carolina, Columbia

Starkville Regional: Mississippi State, South Alabama, Central Arkansas, Binghamton


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