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2014 NCAA Baseball College World Series - Regionals
(Double Elimination)

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Regionals (National Seeds in Parenthesis)

Corvallis Regional -- Goss Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - UC Irvine 10, UNLV 3
GAME TWO - Oregon State 2, North Dakota State 1
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - UNLV 2, North Dakota State (25-26) 1
GAME FOUR - UC Irvine 14, Oregon State 2
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Oregon State 6, UNLV (36-25) 1
GAME SIX - Oregon State 4, UC Irvine 0
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - UC Irvine (38-23) 4, (1) Oregon State (45-14) 2
(UC Irvine advances to Super Regionals)
Gainesville Regional -- McKethan Stadium, Gainesville, Florida
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Long Beach State 6, North Carolina 1
GAME TWO - College of Charleston 3, Florida 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - North Carolina 5, (2) Florida (40-23) 2
GAME FOUR - College of Charleston 6, Long Beach State 3
Monday, June 2
GAME FIVE - Long Beach State 12, North Carolina (35-27) 5
GAME SIX - College of Charleston (44-17) 4, Long Beach State (34-26) 2
(College of Charleston advances to Super Regionals)
Charlottesville Regional -- Davenport Field, Charlottesville, Virginia
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Virginia 10, Bucknell 1
GAME TWO - Arkansas 3, Liberty 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Bucknell 5, Liberty (41-18) 2
GAME FOUR - Virginia 3, Arkansas 0
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Arkansas 10, Bucknell (31-21-1) 0
GAME SIX - (3) Virginia (47-13) 9, Arkansas (40-25) 2
(Virginia advances to Super Regionals)
Bloomington Regional -- Bart Kaufman Field, Bloomington, Indiana
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Stanford 8, Indiana State 1
GAME TWO - Indiana 10, Youngstown State 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Youngstown State 5, Indiana State (35-18) 2
GAME FOUR - Indiana 4, Stanford 2
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Stanford 12, Youngstown State (17-38) 4
GAME SIX - Stanford 10, Indiana 7
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - Stanford (34-24) 5, (4) Indiana (44-15) 4
(Stanford advances to Super Regionals)
Tallahassee Regional -- Dick Howser Stadium, Tallahassee, Florida
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Kennesaw State 1, Alabama 0
GAME TWO - Georgia Southern 7, Florida State 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Alabama 6, (5) Florida State (43-17) 5
GAME FOUR - Kennesaw St 13, Georgia Southern 5 (11 innings)
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Alabama 6, Georgia Southern (40-23) 0
GAME SIX - Alabama 4, Kennesaw State 1
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - Kennesaw State (40-22) 4, Alabama (37-24) 2
(Kennesaw State advances to Super Regionals)
Lafayette Regional -- M.L. "Tigue" Moore Field, Lafayette, Louisiana
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Mississippi State 5, San Diego State 2
GAME TWO - Jackson State 1, Louisiana 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Louisiana 9, San Diego State (42-21) 2
GAME FOUR - Mississippi State 3, Jackson State 1
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Louisiana 11, Jackson State 1
GAME SIX - Louisiana 14, Mississippi State 8
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - (6) Louisiana (57-8) 5, Mississippi State (39-24) 3
(Louisiana advances to Super Regionals)
Fort Worth Regional -- Lupton Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Sam Houston State 2, Dallas Baptist 1
GAME TWO - TCU 2, Siena (26-31) 1 (11 innings)
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Siena 9, Dallas Baptist (40-21) 8 (10 innings)
GAME FOUR - TCU 3, Sam Houston State 2 (22 innings)
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Sam Houston State 9, Siena (27-33) 2
GAME SIX - (7) TCU (45-15) 6, Sam Houston State (43-19) 1
(TCU advances to Super Regionals)
Baton Rouge Regional -- Alex Box Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - LSU 8, Southeastern Louisiana 4
GAME TWO - Houston 3, Bryant 2 (10 innings)
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Southeastern Louisiana 2, Bryant (42-16) 1 (10 innings)
GAME FOUR - LSU 5, Houston 1
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Houston 9, Southeastern Louisiana (38-25) 5
GAME SIX - Houston 5, LSU 4 (11 innings)
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - Houston (48-16) 12, (8) LSU (46-16-1) 2
(Houston advances to Super Regionals)
Coral Gables Regional -- Alex Rodriguez Park, Coral Gables, Florida
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Texas Tech 3, Columbia 2
GAME TWO - Miami-Florida 1, Bethune-Cookman 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Bethune-Cookman 6, Columbia (29-20) 5
GAME FOUR - Texas Tech 3, Miami-Florida 0
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Miami-Florida 10, Bethune-Cookman (27-33) 0
Monday, June 2
GAME SIX - Miami-Florida 2, Texas Tech 1 (10 innings)
GAME SEVEN - Texas Tech (43-19) 4, Miami-Florida (44-19) 0
(Texas Tech advances to Super Regionals)
Columbia Regional -- Carolina Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Maryland 4, Old Dominion 3
GAME TWO - South Carolina 5, Campbell 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Campbell 4, Old Dominion (36-26) 1 (12 innings)
GAME FOUR - Maryland 4, South Carolina 3
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - South Carolina 9, Campbell (41-21) 0
GAME SIX - Maryland (39-21) 10, South Carolina (44-18) 1
(Maryland advances to Super Regionals)
Houston Regional -- Reckling Park, Houston, Texas
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Texas 8, Texas A&M 1
GAME TWO - Rice 7, George Mason 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Texas A&M 7, George Mason (34-22) 3
GAME FOUR - Texas 3, Rice 2 (11 innings)
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Texas A&M 9, Rice (42-20) 8 (10 innings)
GAME SIX - Texas A&M 3, Texas 2
Monday, June 2
GAME SEVEN - Texas (41-19) 4, Texas A&M (36-26) 1
(Texas advances to Super Regionals)
Louisville Regional -- Jim Patterson Stadium, Louisville, Kentucky
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Kansas 10, Kentucky 6
GAME TWO - Louisville 5, Kent State 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Kentucky 4, Kent State (36-23) 2
GAME FOUR - Louisville 6, Kansas 3
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Kentucky 8, Kansas (35-26) 6
GAME SIX - Louisville (48-15) 4, Kentucky (37-25) 1
(Louisville advances to Super Regionals)
Nashville Regional -- Hawkins Field, Nashville, Tennessee
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Oregon 18, Clemson 1
GAME TWO - Vanderbilt 11, Xavier 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Xavier 6, Clemson (36-25) 4
GAME FOUR - Vanderbilt 7, Oregon 2
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Oregon 11, Xavier (30-29) 8 (10 innings)
GAME SIX - Vanderbilt (44-18) 3, Oregon (44-20) 2
(Vanderbilt advances to Super Regionals)
Oxford Regional -- Swayze Field, Oxford, Mississippi
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Georgia Tech vs. Washington, postponed
GAME TWO - Jacksonville State at Ole Miss, postponed
Saturday, May 31
GAME ONE - Washington 8, Georgia Tech 0
GAME TWO - Ole Miss 12, Jacksonville State 2
Sunday, June 1
GAME THREE - Georgia Tech 4, Jacksonville State (36-27) 2
GAME FOUR - Ole Miss 2, Washington 1
GAME FIVE - Washington 4, Georgia Tech (37-27) 2
Monday, June 2
GAME SIX - Ole Miss (44-18) 3, Washington (41-17-1) 2 (10 innings)
(Ole Miss advances to Super Regionals)
San Luis Obispo Regional -- Baggett Stadium, San Luis Obispo, California
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Pepperdine 3, Arizona State 2
GAME TWO - Cal Poly 4, Sacramento State 2
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Sacramento State 5, Arizona State (33-24) 4
GAME FOUR - Pepperdine 2, Cal Poly 1
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Cal Poly 6, Sacramento State (40-24) 5
GAME SIX - Pepperdine (42-16) 10, Cal Poly (47-12) 6
(Pepperdine advances to Super Regionals)
Stillwater Regional -- Allie P. Reynolds Stadium, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Friday, May 30
GAME ONE - Cal State Fullerton 5, Nebraska 1
GAME TWO - Oklahoma State 8, Binghamton 0
Saturday, May 31
GAME THREE - Nebraska 8, Binghamton (25-27) 6
GAME FOUR - Oklahoma State 13, Cal State Fullerton 7
Sunday, June 1
GAME FIVE - Cal State Fullerton 4, Nebraska (41-21) 3
GAME SIX - Oklahoma State (48-16) 6, Cal State Fullerton (34-24) 4
(Oklahoma State advances to Super Regionals)
NOTES:The champions of each regional move on to the super regionals, which
will be held June 7-10. The eight winners of the super regionals will head to Omaha to take part in the 68th College World Series, beginning June 14th...The national top eight seeds are: Oregon State, Florida, Virginia, Indiana, Florida State, Louisiana, TCU and LSU...Each regional field features four teams, playing a double-elimination format...All 16 regionals are conducted from Friday, May 30, to Monday, June 2...The Southeastern Conference (SEC) led all conferences in the number of teams in the championship field with 10, the most for a single conference in the history of the tournament...The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has seven institutions, while the Big 12 and Pac-12 Conference each have five selected...Making the tournament for the first time includes Kennesaw State of the Atlantic Sun Conference and Sacramento State of the Western Athletic Conference. Overall, 32 of the 64 teams were in the field last year...Miami-Florida is in the field for the 42nd consecutive year, extending its own record. Florida State is making its 37th consecutive appearance, second all-time. Other long consecutive streaks: Cal State Fullerton (23), Rice (20) and South Carolina (15).

06/03 08:36:59 ET

As of June 3, 2014, at 08:37 AM ET