College World Series Alltime team appearances
NCAA Baseball: College World Series schedule (Updated June 14 … Mon, 14 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700-Every team to ever make the College World Series and how many times they've been there.
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The following programs have qualified for the College World Series once:
Coastal Carolina, Cal-State LA, The Citadel, Colgate, Colorado State, Creighton, Dartmouth, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Indiana State, Iowa, Ithaca, James Madison, Kansas, Kent State, Lousiana-Lafayette, Loyola-Marymount, Michigan State, Missouri State, New Hampshire, New Orleans, Northeastern, Ohio, Oral Roberts, Oregon, Princeton, Rider, Rollins, Rutgers, St. Louis, San Jose State, Santa Clara, Southern Mississippi, Stony Brook, Syracuse, UTRGV, Tufts, UC-Santa Barbara, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming
All-time College World Series team appearances Mon, 14 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700-The NCAA baseball tournament 2021 is well underway. Sixty four teams originally entered the NCAA Baseball Tournament, and the Super Regionals began …
The NCAA baseball tournament 2021 is well underway. Sixty four teams originally entered the NCAA Baseball Tournament, and the Super Regionals began Friday, June 11. Two games remain Monday, June 14: Mississippi State vs. Notre Dame and Dallas Baptist vs. Virginia.
How does the College World Series work? With respect to division I, the NCAA baseball tournament starts as a 64-team tournament that is setup with 16 four-team double-elimination mini brackets. One team moves on from each mini bracket which leads us to 16 teams in the super regionals. Each super regional is a three game series between two teams. Then, eight teams move on to the actual part of the tournament known as the College World Series. The eight teams in the College World Series are positioned into two four-team brackets in which double elimination occurs. The winner of each four-team bracket moves on to the championship series. The two contenders in the championship series play a three game series to determine the NCAA baseball national champion.
Going into the tournament, the national top 16 seeds were:
- Miss State
- Texas Tech
- Notre Dame
- Old Dominion
- Ole Miss
- East Carolina
- Louisiana Tech
Where we stand
- Six teams have already punched their tickets to Omaha: Vanderbilt, Stanford, Tennessee, NC State, Arizona and Texas.
- Tennessee pounded LSU to sweep the Knoxville Super Regional.
- Underdog NC State beat No. 1 seed Arkansas.
Monday, June 7, 2021
No. 7 seed Mississippi State 6, Campbell 5 South Alabama 4, South Florida 0 No. 12 seed Ole Miss 12, Southern Miss 9 Dallas Baptist 8, Oregon State 5 No. 1 seed Arkansas 6, Nebraska 2 No. 9 seed Stanford 11, UC Irvine 8
LSU 9, No. 14 seed Oregon 8
Tuesday, June 7, 2021
Virginia 4, No. 11 seed Old Dominion 3
Super Regionals Schedule/Results
The Super Regionals will take place Friday, June 11 through Monday, June 14.
Friday, June 11, 2021
Vanderbilt 2, East Carolina 0 Stanford 15, Texas Tech 3 Arkansas 21, NC State 2
Arizona 9, Ole Miss 3
Saturday, June 12, 2021
Dallas Baptist 6, Virginia 5 (DBU leads 1-0) Vanderbilt 4, East Carolina 1 (Vanderbilt won series 2-0) Mississippi State 9, Notre Dame 8 (Mississippi State leads series 1-0) NC State 6, Arkansas 5 (Series tied at 1-1) Stanford 9, Texas Tech 0 (Stanford won series 2-0) Tennessee 4, LSU 2 (Tennessee leads series 1-0) Texas 4, South Florida 3 (Texas leads series 1-0)
Ole Miss 12, Arizona 3 (Series tied 1-1)
Sunday, June 13, 2021
Virginia 4, Dallas Baptist 3 Tennessee 15, LSU 6 NC State 3, Arkansas 2 Notre Dame 9, Mississippi State 1 Arizona 16, Ole Miss 3
Texas 12, South Florida 4
Monday, June 14, 2021
Dallas Baptist vs. Virginia | 1:00 p.m. ET | ESPNU (Columbia Super Regional)
No. 7 seed Mississippi State vs. No. 10 seed Notre Dame | 7:00 p.m. ET | ESPN2 (Starkville Super Regional)
The College World Series officially begins on June 19 with the championship series occurring June 28-June 30.
Previous NCAA Baseball national champions
- 2019: Vanderbilt
- 2018: Oregon State
- 2017: Florida
- 2016: Coastal Carolina
- 2015: Virginia
- 2014: Vanderbilt
- 2013: UCLA
- 2012: Arizona
- 2011: South Carolina
- 2010: South Carolina
- 2009: LSU
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– June 14, 2021