NCAA Baseball Regionals: Seven Move on to Super Regionals

Oklahoma State bench celebrates as left fielder Gage Green, left, slides past Fullerton catcher Jared Deacon, into home plate during the seventh inning of an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game in Stillwater, Okla, Sunday, June 1, 2014. (AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)

Oklahoma State bench celebrates as left fielder Gage Green, left, slides past Fullerton catcher Jared Deacon, into home plate during the seventh inning of an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game in Stillwater, Okla, Sunday, June 1, 2014. (AP Photo/Brody Schmidt)

NCAA Baseball Regionals: Seven Move on to Super Regionals

We are nearly half way through the Regional rounds and now have seen seven teams punch their tickets to the Super Regionals.

Among them we have seen some heavy favorites dropped in the early rounds. Cal Poly, the number 6 team in the national polls, was dropped in the regional championship game to Pepperdine – who went undefeated through the region. South Carolina, who opened up very highly ranked in the polls, fell to Maryland twice this past weekend as the Terps make their first Super Regional trip in school history. South Carolina was the only ranked team in their bracket, and now goes home.

The rest of the five regions saw their number one seed go through to the next round as Louisville, Oklahoma State, Virginia, Vanderbilt and TCU.

For a full NCAA interactive bracket click here.

Still Water, OK
Louisville, KY
1 Oklahoma State 3-1
 1 Louisville 3-0
4 Binghamton 0-2  4 Kent State 0-2
3 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2  2 Kentucky 2-2
2 Nebraska 1-2  3 Kansas 1-2
 Nashville, Tenn  Charlottesville, VA
 1 Vanderbilt 3-0  1 Virginia 3-0
 4 Xavier 1-2  4 Bucknell 1-2
 3 Clemson 0-2  3 Liberty 0-2
 2 Oregon 2-2  2 Arkansas 2-2
Columbia, SC  Fort Worth, TX
1 South Carolina 2-2 1 TCU 3-0
4 Campbell 1-2 4 Siena 1-2
3 Old Dominion 0-2 3 Sam Houston St. 2-2
2 Maryland 3-0 2 Dallas Baptist 0-2
 San Luis Obispo, CA
1 Cal Poly 2-2
4 Sacramento State 1-2
3 Pepperdine 3-0
2 Arizona State 0-2

 

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