NCAA Division I Baseball Regionals

NCAA Division I Baseball Regional Host Institutions Revealed

MIAMI, FL — The 16 regional sites for the 73rd annual NCAA Division I Baseball Championship have been announced by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee.

Among the teams selected as host institutions are, UCLA (47-8), the national top overall seed, in addition to SEC regular season and tournament champion Vanderbilt (49-10), the No. 2 overall national seed.

LSU (37-24) has also been confirmed as a regional site, along with Georgia Tech (41-17), Georgia (44-15), East Carolina and North Carolina (42-17).

The LSU Tigers will be hosting regionals for the 26th time, a feature that leads all host institutions, while Stanford is second in the field 18.

West Virginia will be hosting the NCAA Division I Baseball regionals for the first time.

Each regional field will consist of four teams, playing in a double-elimination format.

The 2019 regionals are scheduled to begin on Friday, May 31 and completed on Monday, June 3 (if necessary).

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The following is the list of 16 regional sites, which include the hosts and overall records:

• Athens, Georgia – Georgia (44-15)
• Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech (41-17)
• Baton Rouge, Louisiana – LSU (37-24)
• Chapel Hill, North Carolina – North Carolina (42-17)
• Corvallis, Oregon – Oregon State (36-18-1)
• Fayetteville, Arkansas – Arkansas (41-17)
• Greenville, North Carolina – East Carolina (43-15)
• Los Angeles, California – UCLA (47-8)
• Louisville, Kentucky – Louisville (43-15)
• Lubbock, Texas – Texas Tech (39-17)
• Morgantown, West Virginia – West Virginia (37-20)
• Nashville, Tennessee – Vanderbilt (49-10)
• Oxford, Mississippi – Ole Miss (37-25)
• Stanford, California – Stanford (41-11)
• Starkville, Mississippi – Mississippi State (46-13)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Oklahoma St. (35-18)

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