College Baseball Regionals Schedule 2012: Bracket, Live Stream and TV Info

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College Baseball Regionals Schedule 2012: Bracket, Live Stream and TV Info
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After a grueling regular-season journey, 64 college baseball teams remain with hopes of winning a national championship. They are two steps away from the College World Series. The first one being regionals, which begin on Friday.

Florida enters the tournament as the top overall seed. Two-time defending national title winners South Carolina check in a No. 8, with UCLA, Florida State and Baylor among the other top contenders. As is always the case with the College World Series, some sleepers will likely emerge as well.

Here's a look at all of the key information for the regional round of play, including a full list of groups.

 

Where: Regional Sites

Schedule Dates: Friday, June 1 through Monday, June 4

Watch: ESPN2 and ESPNU

Live Stream: ESPN3.com

 

Bracket Information

Each regional consists of four teams that will play a double-elimination format until just one team is left standing. The 16 group winners will advance to the super regionals, a three-game series for the right to play in the College World Series.

Games will start on Friday with the No. 1 seed taking on the No. 4 seed in every regional. The No. 2 and No. 3 seeds will also face off to get things started. Play will continue in each group until every team except for one has two losses. Once a team loses twice, it's out.

For a printable bracket to follow along with the action, click here.

 

Full Field

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Gainesville Regional

1. Florida

2. Georgia Tech

3. Charleston

4. Bethune-Cookman

 

Raleigh Regional

1. NC State

2. Vanderbilt

3. UNC Wilmington

4. Sacred Heart

 

Charlottesville Regional

1. Virginia

2. Oklahoma

3. Appalachian State

4. Army

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Columbia Regional

1. South Carolina

2. Clemson

3. Coastal Carolina

4. Manhattan

 

Eugene Regional

1. Oregon

2. Fullerton

3. Indiana State

4. Austin Peay

 

Gary Regional

1. Purdue

2. Kentucky

3. Kent State

4. Valparaiso

Which team will advance?

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Houston Regional

1. Rice

2. Arkansas

3. Sam Houston State

4. Prairie View

 

Waco Regional

1. Baylor

2. Dallas Baptist

3. UT-Arlington

4. Oral Roberts

 

Los Angeles Regional

1. UCLA

2. San Diego

3. New Mexico

4. Creighton

Courtesy: v4.texags.com

 

College Station Regional

1. Texas A&M

2. TCU

3. Mississippi

4. Dayton

 

Coral Gables Regional

1. Miami (Fla.)

2. UCF

3. Missouri State

4. Stony Brook

 

Baton Rouge Regional

1. LSU

2. Oregon State

3. Belmont

4. Louisiana-Monroe

Which team will advance?

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Chapel Hill Regional

1. North Carolina

2. East Carolina

3. St. John's

4. Cornell

 

Tucson Regional

1. Arizona

2. New Mexico State

3. Louisville

4. Missouri

 

Palo Alto Regional

1. Stanford

2. Pepperdine

3. Michigan State

4. Fresno State

Courtesy: http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com

 

Tallahassee Regional

1. Florida State

2. Mississippi State

3. Samford

4. UAB

 

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