NCAA Baseball Regional Live on ESPN3, Live Scoreboard

MAY 31 (Sporting Alert) — The road to Omaha continues on Sunday with another NCAA College Baseball Regional heavy schedule.

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A total of 31 games are listed on the schedule for Sunday in the double elimination regional tournament at campus sites.

The day’s opening fixtures get underway at 12 p.m. with games in the Tallahassee Regional, Louisville Regional and Gainesville Regional all hitting the spotlight.

After losing 3-2 to Florida State on Saturday, College of Charleston (44-14) will now take on Auburn in a Tallahassee Regional elimination with the winner advancing to the championship round where the Seminoles await them.

The Cougars entered the contest on Saturday confident that they could beat FSU and avoid the eliminator, but came up just short in the end.

“It was a good baseball game and you have to give Florida State a lot of credit,” said College of Charleston head coach Monte Lee. “Their starting pitcher was as good as advertised.”

The Cougars (44-14) now turn their attention to the Auburn Tigers (36-25), who registered a 1-0 victory over Mercer on Saturday at Dick Howser Stadium.

Auburn heads into Sunday’s elimination against the odds, with the fans and pundits giving them a 30-percent chance of setting up a battle with Florida State.

After edging Mercer on Saturday, Tigers coach Sunny Golloway admits that the focus now is really to keep their postseason alive.

“I’m really proud of our guys, we knew it was going to be a hard-fought victory (against Mercer), but at this point it’s just about trying to continue to advance and play for another day, and that’s what we’re doing,” Golloway said on the school’s website.

In the Gainesville Regional, Florida Atlantic will take on South Florida at noon, a repeat of Friday’s game which the second-seeded Owls dropped 5-3.

The winner of Sunday’s contest will take on the top-seeded Florida at 4 p.m.

The Gators, who hammered Florida A&M, 19-0 on Friday, picked up their second win in the regional tournament by defeating South Florida 8-2.

Florida Atlantic setup Sunday’s battle with an 8-1 win over Florida A&M, which eliminated the latter from the NCAA tournament.

At the Jim Patterson Stadium, Michigan will be hoping to bounce back from their narrow 4-3 defeat to Louisville when they face Bradley in the Louisville Regional.

The Wolverines head into Sunday’s elimination game with a slight advantage, having defeated Bradley 10-5 on Friday.


Jackie Robinson Stadium (Los Angeles)

Sunday, May 31

CSU Bakersfield vs. UCLA (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Maryland vs. winner of Game 5 (11 p.m., ESPNU)

Lake Elsinore Diamond (Lake Elsinore, Calif.)

Sunday, May 31

USC vs. San Diego State (6 p.m. ESPN3)
Virginia vs. winner of Game 5 (10 p.m. ESPN3)

Allie P. Reynolds Stadium (Stillwater, Okla.)

Sunday, May 31

St. John’s vs. Oklahoma State (1 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Arkansas vs. winner of Game 5 (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Hammons Field (Springfield, Mo.)

Sunday, May 31

Oregon vs. Iowa (3 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Missouri State vs. winner of Game 5 (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field (Coral Gables, Fla.)

Sunday, May 31

FIU vs. Columbia (1 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Miami (FL) vs. winner of Game 5 (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)


Sunday, May 31

Texas vs. Dallas Baptist (1 p.m., ESPN2)
Oregon State vs. VCU (4 p.m., ESPNU)

Winner of Game 3 vs. loser of Game 4

Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.)

Sunday, May 31

Auburn vs. College of Charleston (noon, Live ESPN3)
Florida State vs. winner of Game 5 (6 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Alfred A. McKethan Stadium (Gainesville, Fla.)

Sunday, May 31

Florida Atlantic vs. South Florida (noon, Live ESPN3)
Florida vs. winner of Game 5 (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field (Baton Rouge, La.)

Sunday, May 31

Tulane vs. UNCW (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)
LSU vs. winner of Game 5 (8 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Cougar Field (Houston)

Sunday, May 31

Rice vs. Houston Baptist (noon, Live ESPN3)
Louisiana Lafayette vs. Houston (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Winner of Game 3 vs. loser of Game 4 (8 p.m.)

Monday, June 1

Winner of Game 4 vs. winner of Game 5

Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park (College Station, Texas)

Sunday, May 31

Coastal Carolina vs. Texas A&M 1 (1 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Cal vs. winner of Game 5 (7 p.m., SEC Network)

Lupton Stadium at Williams-Reilly Field (Fort Worth, Texas)

Sunday, May 31

Stony Brook vs. TCU (2:30 p.m., Live ESPN3)
NC State vs. winner of Game 5 (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Illinois Field (Champaign, Ill.)

Sunday, May 31

Wright State vs. Ohio (noon)
Notre Dame vs. Illinois (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Winner of Game 3 vs. loser of Game 4

Monday, June 1

Winner of Game 4 vs. winner of Game 5

Hawkins Field (Nashville, Tenn.)

Sunday, May 31

Radford vs. Indiana (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Vanderbilt vs. winner of Game 5 (8 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Goodwin Field (Fullerton, Calif.)

Sunday, May 31

Pepperdine vs. Arizona State (7 p.m., Live ESPN3)
Cal State Fullerton vs. winner of Game 5 (11 p.m., Live ESPN3)

Patterson Stadium (Louisville, Ky.)

Sunday, May 31

Bradley vs. Michigan (noon, Live ESPN3)
Louisville vs. winner of Game 5 (4 p.m., Live ESPN3)

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