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NCAA Baseball Tournament Projection – 05 April 2017

April 5, 2017

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Nearly two months away from the 2017 NCAA Baseball tourney, I thought it would be fun to put together an early projection of who might go where when the field of 64 is announced in late May. Keep in mind, this projection is based upon current RPIs and records and future projections will fluctuate. This is for entertainment purposes and discussion as we get closer to conference tournaments and the revealing of the full Division-1 field.

Corvallis Regional

(1) Oregon State (PAC-12 champion)
Michigan (Big Ten champion)
UNC Charlotte (C-USA at-large)
Navy (Patriot champion)

Long Beach Regional

Long Beach State (Big West champion)
New Mexico (MWC champion)
Stanford (PAC-12 at-large)
San Diego (WCC champion)

Louisville Regional

(8) Louisville (ACC at-large)
Mississippi State (SEC at-large)
Wright State (Horizon champion)
Liberty (Big South champion)

Fort Worth Regional

TCU (Big 12 champion)
McNeese State (Southland champion)
Rhode Island (Atlantic 10 champion)
Oral Roberts (Summit champion)

Clemson Regional

(4) Clemson (ACC at-large)
Florida Gulf Coast (Atlantic Sun champion)
Auburn (SEC at-large)
Niagara (Metro Atlantic champion)

Lexington Regional

Kentucky (SEC at-large)
Southern Mississippi (C-USA champion)
Morehead State (OVC champion)
Maryland (Big Ten at-large)

Lubbock Regional

(5) Texas Tech (Big 12 at-large)
LSU (SEC at-large)
South Florida (AAC at-large)
Jackson State (SWAC champion)

Houston Regional

Houston (AAC at-large)
Oklahoma (Big 12 at-large)
Kent State (MAC champion)
Mississippi (SEC at-large)

Chapel Hill Regional

(3) North Carolina (ACC champion)
Connecticut (AAC at-large)
Missouri State (MVC champion)
Central Connecticut State (Northeast champion)

Morgantown Regional

West Virginia (Big 12 at-large)
St. John’s (Big East champion)
Bethune-Cookman (MEAC champion)
Dartmouth (Ivy champion)

Gainesville Regional

(6) Florida (SEC at-large)
Southeastern Louisiana (Southland at-large)
Central Florida (AAC champion)
William & Mary (CAA champion)

Winston-Salem Regional

Wake Forest (ACC at-large)
Vanderbilt (SEC at-large)
Old Dominion (C-USA at-large)
Oregon (PAC-12 at large)

Tucson Regional

(2) Arizona (PAC-12 at-large)
Cal State Fullerton (Big West at-large)
Texas A&M (SEC at-large)
Grand Canyon (WAC champion)

Waco Regional

Baylor (Big 12 at-large)
Arkansas (SEC at-large)
Florida State (ACC at-large)
Mercer (Southern champion)

Columbia Regional

(7) South Carolina (SEC champion)
Georgia Tech (ACC at-large)
Indiana (Big Ten at-large)
Coastal Carolina (Sun Belt champion)

Charlottesville Regional

Virginia (ACC at-large)
Binghamton (America East champion)
Oklahoma State (Big 12 at-large)
Minnesota (Big Ten at-large)

Last Five In:

UNC Charlotte

First Five Out:

Florida A&M

Next Five Out:

Louisiana Tech
Michigan State
Dallas Baptist
North Carolina State


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