MIAMI, FL — The 2019 NCAA Baseball Tournament resumes on Friday with action in the Super Regional round, and you can watch and follow live coverage of every game.
Eight best-of-three series will be played at campus sites from June Friday 7 to Monday 10 (if necessary) and the eight winners will move on to the 2019 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska.
Four games are listed on the schedule for Friday, with the first pitch set to go off at noon ET. Live television coverage is available on ESPN2, while for live streaming travel to ESPN3 and WatchESPN.
Tossing off on Friday are the Los Angeles Super Regional, Lubbock Super Regional, Nashville Super Regional and the Louisville Super Regional.
At noon, at the Jim Patterson Stadium, a pair of top 10 nationally ranked seeds will seek to move one place closer to Omaha. No. 7 national seed Louisville will take on No. 10 national seed East Carolina in Game 1 of their best-of-three series and ESPN2 and WatchESPN will provide the live coverage.
Louisville advanced as the No. 1 seed from the Louisville Regional, while East Carolina took care of business as the top seed in the Greenville Regional to book its spot.
Meanwhile, at 3:00 pm, No. 8 ranked team in the country, Texas Tech, the Big 12 regular season champion and conference rival Oklahoma State, the Big 12 tournament champ, will lock horns in Lubbock Super Regional in one of the two inter-conference series taking place this weekend.
The Red Raiders got the best of the likes of Dallas Baptist and Florida to advance from their regional tournament, while the Cowboys secured their passage by winning the Oklahoma City Regional earlier this week.
Oklahoma State heads into the Super Regional as one of the hottest teams, but Texas Tech will be full of confidence, having swept the head-to-head season series against their opponent in late April.
ESPN and WatchESPN will provide the live broadcast of this game on Friday.
No. 2 national seed Vanderbilt will aim to get closer to Omaha for the 2019 College World Series when it takes on unranked Duke in the Nashville Super Regional.
Starting time for this one is 6:00 pm and live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN. The Commodores, who are blessed with one of the top lineups in the entire country, are the heavy favorites to win this one in two games.
Duke advanced from the Morgantown Regional as the third seed and the Blue Devils, who took down the likes of West Virginia and Texas A&M en route to advancing, believe that they are playing close to their best this season at the right time.
Closing out the day’s schedule at 9:00 pm, live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN, will be the clash between No. 1 national seed UCLA and Michigan in the Los Angeles Super Regional.
UCLA needed an extra game to get out of the regional tournament, after losing 3-2 to Loyola Marymount, but the high-fancied Bruins responded as expected to fend off elimination.
Michigan advanced from the Corvallis Regional as the No. 3 seed after defending champion Oregon State was eliminated early. The Wolverines smashed Creighton 17-6 in Monday’s finals in Corvallis to win their first regional since 2007.
Super Regional round schedule, live TV channels
Best-of-three series at campus sites
Friday, June 7