CORAL GABLES, Fla., Sporting Alert – The 2016 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals kicks-off on Friday with four games and they will be live on the ESPN networks.
Top five ranked teams, Miami (FL), Texas A&M and Texas Tech will all be in action in the Game 1 battles on Friday evening and you can follow live streaming, play-by-play text commentary and stats updates from each contest.
At Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field, No. 3 Miami (FL) will play host to Boston College in the NCAA Coral Gables Super Regionals best-of-three series.
The Hurricanes (48-11) will also host the second game in the series on Saturday, with Sunday reserved for a third game if necessary.
Miami booked its place in the super regional round after outlasting No. 3 Coral Gables Regional seed Long Beach State 9-8 in a thriller on Sunday night, while Boston College (34-20) advanced after defeating Tulane to win the Oxford Regional Championship.
It is the first time the Eagles are advancing to a Super Regional since the expansion to 64 teams and coach Mike Gambino and his squad are hoping for a lengthy run at the tournament.
In the College Station Super Regional round on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park, No. 4 Texas A&M and TCU go head-to-head in an ESPN 2 televised live battle between two Texas-based ball clubs, fully focus on earning a trip to Omaha.
The Aggies (48-14) are on a seven-game win streak, while the Horned Frogs (45-15), who cruised to an 8-1 victory over Arizona State to lift the NCAA Fort Worth Regional title on Sunday and advanced to the super regional round for the third straight year, have won five straight and 12 in the last 13 contests.
Also on Friday, No. 5 Texas Tech and East Carolina will meet in the Lubbock Super Regional on Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park, live on ESPNU.
The Red Raiders (44-17) secured a place in this round after winning the NCAA Lubbock Regional with a 5-3 victory over Dallas Baptist on Monday, while the Pirates (37-21-1) advanced to their fourth Super Regionals in program history after picking up an 8-6 win over William & Mary to take the Charlottesville Regional on Sunday.
Meanwhile, at the Starkville Super Regional in Mississippi, No. 6 Mississippi State and Arizona will play in Game 1.
The winner of the NCAA Super Regional best-of-three fixtures will advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., from June 18-29.
Friday, Jun 10 TV and Streaming Schedule | Game Traker
8:00 PM Division I Baseball Lubbock Super Regional –
Game No. 1 – East Carolina vs. No. 5 Texas Tech ESPNU Live