The #RoadtoOmaha continues this weekend as the final sixteen teams head to eight host sites to play a best of three series for a trip to the College World Series.
The following four host sites will play the super-regional games on Friday, June 8th, Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th. The times below are Eastern.
Mississippi State at Vanderbilt! For the fourth time in program history, Vanderbilt will host the NCAA Super-Regionals.
They take on a familiar friend from the SEC Conference – earlier this year, the Commodores swept the Bulldogs in Starkville.
Friday – 6/8: 8:00 PM on ESPN2
Saturday – 6/9: 9:30 PM on ESPN
Sunday – 6/10: 6:00 PM on ESPN2 (If Necessary)
Washington at Cal State Fullerton! In a repeat from 2017, Cal State Fullerton won the Stanford Regional beating out the overall #2 seed in the country. Cal State Fullerton will host the Washington Huskies this weekend. This is the Huskies’ first ever Super-Regional.
Friday – 6/8: 2:00 PM on ESPN2
Saturday – 6/9: 6:30 PM on ESPNU
Sunday – 6/10: 9:00 PM on ESPNU (If Necessary)
#11 Stetson at #6 North Carolina! Stetson is off to their first ever Super Regional after defeating Oklahoma State and boasting a 47-11 record this season. They will play the nationally seeded Tar Heels in Chapel Hill. Six ACC Teams were in the mix this past weekend. The North Carolina Tar Heels are one of the two ACC teams to survive.
Friday – 6/8: 11:00 AM on ESPN2
Saturday – 6/9: 12:00 PM on ESPN2
Sunday – 6/10: 12:00 PM on ESPN2 (If Necessary)
#14 Minnesota at #3 Oregon State! The Minnesota Gophers join the list of first-timers as they head to their first Super-Regional this weekend. They head to Oregon State, historically a power house in College Baseball and one of this year’s best offenses.
Friday – 6/8: 5:00 PM on ESPN2
Saturday – 6/9: 9:30 PM on ESPN2
Sunday – 6/10: 9:00 PM on ESPN2 (If Necessary)
The following four host sites will play the Super-Regional games on Saturday, June 9th, Sunday, June 10th, and Monday. June 11th. All times below are Eastern.
Tennessee Tech at #13 Texas! “Texas is back” at Disch Faulk this weekend. The Horns are two wins from the College World Series in a year that has been heavy and emotional with the loss of all-time great, Augie Garrido. They will face Tennessee Tech this weekend. Tennessee Tech upset Ole Miss twice in a double-header Monday to earn a trip to Austin, Texas this weekend. They are the first ever Ohio Valley Conference team to reach a Super-Regional.
Saturday – 6/9: 3:00 PM on ESPN2
Sunday – 6/10: 3:00 PM on ESPN2
Monday – 6/11: 1:00 PM on ESPN2 (If Necessary)
Duke at #9 Texas Tech! The Road to Omaha goes through Lubbock. The Red Raiders found out yesterday afternoon they would not be travelling to Athens as Duke defeated Georgia in a double-header Monday.
Saturday – 6/9: 3:00 PM on ESPNU
Sunday – 6/10: 6:00 PM on ESPNU
Monday – 6/11: 4:00 PM on ESPN2 (If Necessary)
South Carolina at #5 Arkansas! South Carolina finished undefeated in the Greenville Regional and travels to Baum Stadium this weekend. This is Arkansas’ seventh Super-Regional and third at Baum Stadium. However, South Carolina is the only SEC Team to win at Baum Stadium this season.
Saturday – 6/9: 6:30 PM on ESPN2
Sunday – 6/10: 3:00 PM on ESPN
Monday – 6/11: 7:00 PM on ESPN (If Necessary)
Auburn at #1 Florida! Despite playing every year in SEC play, these two teams have never met in the NCAA Tournament. Auburn’s first Super-Regional in 19 years will be hosted from the Sunshine State. This weekend the Auburn Tigers travel to Gainesville to play the overall #1 seed, the Florida Gators.
Saturday – 6/9: 12:00 PM on ESPN
Sunday – 6/10: 12:00 PM on ESPN
Monday – 6/11: 8:30 PM on ESPN (If Necessary)
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