NCAA Division I Baseball Regional Scores On May 31

Missouri State NCAA Baseball regional

JUNE 1 (Sporting Alert) — NCAA Division I Baseball Regional scores and Super Regional qualifiers from Sunday’s (May 31) games around the country.

Louisville, Arkansas, Cal State Fullerton, Florida, Virginia and Missouri State all booked their place in the Super Regional round, which gets underway later this week.

Top seed Louisville rallied from a slowish start to rout Michigan 13-4 in the NCAA baseball regionals on Sunday and advanced to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament.

The Cardinals gave up the first two runs of the contest at Jim Patterson Stadium, but dominated afterwards on their way to securing their third-successive regional title, while ending the Wolverines’ NCAA tournament run.

“Congratulations to Louisville,” Michigan head coach Erik Bakich said. “They work extremely hard. No team, no coaching staff is more deserving.

“At the same time, I’m extremely proud of our team, proud of the strides our program has made. We’ll be back, and we’ll be better.”

Earlier in the afternoon, Michigan slipped past Bradley 4-3 in the elimination game to set up the championship game battle, but were no match for the No. 3 ranked team in the country.

“I’m not surprised that they are a three seed at all,” Bakich said. “You do not go 25-5 in the ACC and set the ACC record for wins in the regular season unless you are an elite team.”

Another team heading into the Super Regional round with a narrow 4-3 victory was Arkansas.

The No. 2 seeded Razorbacks (38-22) got the better of the fourth-seed St. John’s (41-16) to dominate the Stillwater Regional.

Victory on Sunday saw Arkansas sweeping their regional for the fourth time in eight years, while the club was advancing also to its fourth Super Regional in the last seven years.

Also heading to the Super Regional round of the NCAA tournament is Missouri State, following a 3-2 victory over Iowa at Hammons Field to complete a sweep of the Springfield Regional.

The Bears (48-10) were clinching its second NCAA regional title in school history, in addition to improving the club’s record of wins for a season to 48.

NCAA College Regional Scores via ESPN

 

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Sunday, May 31

UNCW 8, Tulane 2

Tulane eliminated from tournament

CHAMPAIGN REGIONAL at Illinois Field (Champaign, Ill.)

Sunday, May 31

Wright State 8, Ohio 3
Illinois 3, Notre Dame 0
Wright State 4, Notre Dame 0

Ohio eliminated from tournament
Notre Dame eliminated from tournament

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

Sunday, May 31

Texas A&M 1 8, Coastal Carolina 1
Texas A&M 4, Cal 3 (12 innings)

Coastal Carolina eliminated from the NCAA tournament

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

Sunday, May 31

Columbia 4, FIU 3
Columbia 3, Miami 0

DALLAS REGIONAL at Horner Ballpark (Dallas)

Sunday, May 31

Dallas Baptist 8, Texas 1
VCU 5, Oregon State 1
Dallas Baptist 7, Oregon State 1

Texas eliminated from tournament
Oregon State eliminated from tournament

FULLERTON REGIONAL at Goodwin Field (Fullerton, Calif.)

Sunday, May 31

Pepperdine 7, Arizona State 4
Cal State Fullerton 10, Pepperdine 1

Arizona State eliminated from tournament
Pepperdine eliminated from tournament

Cal State Fullerton advances to super regionals

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium (Gainesville, Fla.)

Sunday, May 31

Florida Atlantic 8, South Florida 4
Florida 2, Florida Atlantic 1

South Florida eliminated from tournament
Florida Atlantic eliminated from tournament

Florida advances to super regionals

HOUSTON REGIONAL at Cougar Field (Houston)

Sunday, May 31

Rice 3, Houston Baptist 1
Louisiana Lafayette 2, Houston 1
Rice 3, Houston 2 (20 innings)

Houston Baptist eliminated from tournament
Houston eliminated from tournament

 

LAKE ELSINORE REGIONAL at Lake Elsinore Diamond (Lake Elsinore, Calif.)

Sunday, May 31

USC 12, San Diego State 11

Virginia 14, USC 10 (11 innings)

Virginia advances to super regionals

LOS ANGELES REGIONAL at Jackie Robinson Stadium (Los Angeles)

Sunday, May 31

UCLA 9, CSU Bakersfield 1
UCLA 4, Maryland 2

LOUISVILLE REGIONAL at Patterson Stadium (Louisville, Ky.)

Sunday, May 31

Michigan 4, Bradley 3
Louisville 13, Michigan 4

Bradley eliminated from the NCAA tournament
Michigan eliminated from the NCAA tournament

Louisville advances to super regionals

NASHVILLE REGIONAL at Hawkins Field (Nashville, Tenn.)

Sunday, May 31

Radford 5, Indiana 3
Vanderbilt vs. Radford, postponed

Indiana eliminated from tournament

STILLWATER REGIONAL at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium (Stillwater, Okla.)

Sunday, May 31

St. John’s 2, Oklahoma State 1
Arkansas 4, St. John’s 3

Arkansas advances to super regionals

SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL at Hammons Field (Springfield, Mo.)

Sunday, May 31

Iowa 2, Oregon 1 (11 innings)
Missouri State 3, Iowa 2

Missouri State advances to super regionals

 

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

Sunday, May 31

College of Charleston 3, Auburn 2

Auburn eliminated from tournament

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