MIAMI, FL — Day 3 schedule, live streaming, game times and television coverage at the 2019 NCAA Super Regional on Sunday, June 9.
A total of seven games are slated for Sunday, including three Game 3s in the best-of-three game series.
Baseball and sports followers can watch telecast coverage on ESPN2, as well as stream the action on ESPN3 and WatchESPN on smartphones and any other streaming platforms such as FireTV, Fire Sticks and Android boxes.
After staying alive on Saturday with a fighting Game 2 victories, No. 1 national seed UCLA and national No. 2 seed Vanderbilt will be aiming to punch their respective tickets to Omaha on Sunday.
The Bruins survived elimination from the NCAA Baseball tournament after beating Michigan 5-4 in the Los Angeles Super Regional Saturday night.
Victory for the country’s top seed over the Wolverines forced a Game 3, which will see the winner moving on to the College World Series.
First pitch for this game will be at 9 pm ET, live on ESPN2 and streaming on WatchESPN.
Also staying alive on Saturday was second seed Vanderbilt, which bounced back from the 18-5 Game 1 defeat to Duke with a 5-0 win over the Blue Devils in Game 2 at the Nashville Super Regional.
The Commodores were led by freshman Kumar Rocker, who pitched the first ever no-hitter in NCAA Super Regional history.
Game 3 on Sunday is slated for 3 pm on ESPN2 and streaming on the WatchESPN App.
No. 9 Oklahoma State also forced a winner-take-all Game 3 battle with No. 8 Texas Tech in its Lubbock Super Regional best-of-three game series.
Watch this one live at 6 pm on ESPNU and WatchESPN.
Elsewhere on Sunday, at 11:30 am ET and live on ESPN No. 14 North Carolina aims to recover from the shock Game 1 defeat to Auburn in the Chapel Hill Super Regional, No. 5 Arkansas seeks to punch its ticket to Omaha with a second win over No. 12 Ole Miss, with this one live on ESPNU at 3 pm.
In other games, Florida State takes a 1-0 series lead into its Baton Rouge Super Regional battle with No. 13 LSU at 6 pm on ESPN2, while No. 6 Mississippi State takes a 1-0 lead over No. 11 Stanford in the Starkville Super Regional encounter. Game time here is 9 pm, live on ESPNU.
Complete Super Regional Coverage: Day 3
Live TV Channels, Streaming, Game Time.
Sunday, June 9 | All times ET. Games on ESPN Networks
Game 2: Auburn at (14) North Carolina, 11:30, ESPN | WatchESPN
Game 2: (12) Ole Miss at (5) Arkansas, 3 p.m., ESPNU | WatchESPN
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Game 2: Florida State at (13) LSU, 6 p.m., ESPN2 | WatchESPN
Game 3: (9) Oklahoma State at (8) Texas Tech, 6 p.m., ESPNU | WatchESPN
Game 2: (11) Stanford at (6) Mississippi State, 9 p.m., ESPNU | WatchESPN
Game 3 Michigan at (1) UCLA, 9 p.m., ESPN2 | WatchESPN