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NCAA Baseball Regionals Projection – April 14

April 14, 2015

Talk about a crap shoot: with a month and a half left before regional play begins, nothing is set in stone when it comes to college baseball’s national tournament.

With 64 spots available and conference tournaments lying in wait, almost every Division-1 team is still in the hunt for the “Road to Omaha”.

While I have my own weekly rankings, these projections are based upon national rankings, RPI and projected conference champions.

College Station Regional
(1) Texas A&M
Nebraska
Houston
Navy

Houston Regional
Rice
Dallas Baptist
Oral Roberts
Wagner

Tempe Regional
(8) Arizona State
Long Beach State
Alabama
San Diego State

Santa Barbara Regional
UC Santa Barbara
Virginia
Cal State Fullerton
Central Michigan

Louisville Regional
(5) Louisville
Bradley
Kentucky
George Washington

Stillwater Regional
Oklahoma State
Missouri
Creighton
Mercer

Nashville Regional
(4) Vanderbilt
North Carolina
Connecticut
Southeast Missouri State

Champaign Regional
Illinois
Missouri State
UNC Wilmington
Illinois-Chicago

Los Angeles I Regional
(3) UCLA
Auburn
Cal State Northridge
Seattle

Los Angeles II Regional
USC
Iowa
Liberty
San Diego

Fort Worth Regional
(6) TCU
Georgia Tech
Mississippi
Rider

Tallahassee Regional
FSU
Maryland
College of Charleston
Southeastern Louisiana

Gainesville Regional
(7) Florida
Central Florida
Radford
Stony Brook

Boca Raton Regional
Florida Atlantic
Coastal Carolina
Columbia
North Florida

Baton Rouge Regional
(2) LSU
Notre Dame
Louisiana-Lafayette
Alabama State

Coral Gables Regional
Miami-FL
South Florida
Ohio State
Norfolk State

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