College Baseball Super Regionals 2014: Bracket, Schedule, Live Stream and More

Kenny DeJohnAnalyst IIIJune 3, 2014

TCU pitcher Tyler Alexander throws to Sam Houston State during the ninth inning of an NCAA college baseball regional tournament game in Fort Worth, Texas, Sunday, June 1, 2014. TCU won 6-1. (AP Photo/Jim Cowsert)
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Add the 2014 NCAA baseball tournament to the grand list of top-notch sporting events currently going on across the globe, as the 2014 college baseball super regionals are set to kick off this Friday.

It isn't the most high-profile tournament in college sports, but any baseball fan knows of the high-quality baseball played during this tournament. With Omaha and the College World Series in sight, the remaining teams will crank it up to put their best products on the field.

To ensure that you're up to date with the tournament, keep checking back to read the schedule below. It tells you all the viewing information you'll need to catch each pitch of the super regionals.


Bracket and Schedule

For the full bracket, check out The full schedule for the super regionals is below.

2014 College Baseball Super Regionals
Austin Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Houston vs. Texas6/64 p.m.ESPN2
Texas vs. Houston6/72 p.m.ESPN
Houston vs. Texas6/82 p.m.ESPN
Charlottesville Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Maryland vs. No. 3 Virginia6/7NoonESPN2
No. 3 Virginia vs. Maryland6/8NoonESPN2
Maryland vs. No. 3 Virginia6/94 p.m.ESPN2
Fort Worth Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Pepperdine vs. No. 7 TCU6/74 p.m.ESPNU
No. 7 TCU vs. Pepperdine6/86 p.m.ESPNU
Pepperdine vs. No. 7 TCU6/97 p.m.ESPNU
Lafayette Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Ole Miss vs. No. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette6/78 p.m.ESPN2
No. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Ole Miss6/89 p.m.ESPN2
Ole Miss vs. No. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette6/97 p.m.ESPN2
Louisville Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Kennesaw State vs. Louisville6/66:30 p.m.ESPNU
Louisville vs. Kennesaw State6/77 p.m.ESPNU
Louisville vs. Kennesaw State6/86 p.m.ESPN2
Lubbock Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
College of Charleston vs. Texas Tech6/71 p.m.ESPNU
Texas Tech vs. College of Charleston6/83 p.m.ESPNU
College of Charleston vs. Texas Tech6/91 p.m.ESPN2
Nashville Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
Stanford vs. Vanderbilt6/61 p.m.ESPN2
Vanderbilt vs. Stanford6/73 p.m.ESPN2
Stanford vs. Vanderbilt6/83 p.m.ESPN2
Stillwater Super RegionalDateTime (ET)Watch
UC Irvine vs. Oklahoma State6/69:30 p.m.ESPNU
Oklahoma State vs. UC Irvine6/710 p.m.ESPNU
UC Irvine vs. Oklahoma State6/89 p.m.ESPNU


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Just three nationally ranked teams remain for the 2014 super regionals. Virginia (No. 3), Louisiana-Lafayette (No. 6) and TCU (No. 7) will look to maintain their status as a few of the stronger teams in this tournament by defeating their respective opponents in the supers.

Virginia has five career appearances in the supers, all of which have come in the past six seasons. Heading into the season with high expectations—they were the preseason No. 1 team—the Cavaliers stumbled late and fell to No. 3. That said, coach Brian O'Connor is still proud of his squad, via Chris Graham of the Augusta Free Press:

I am proud. I am really proud of this club. Every club is different. Last year was a team of guys who were unproven and second years trying to push it forward. This team comes in with enormous expectations and managed those really well. To be the regional champions here and to go into another Super Regional is consistent and speaks to the quality of players that were consistently recruiting, it speaks to the consistency of the assistant coaches who remained loyal to the program. I am really proud. I think in sports when you accomplish great things you need to enjoy this, so we will enjoy it and then look forward to next week.

Virginia will face Maryland in the supers.

Louisiana-Lafayette earned a trip to the supers after a 5-3 win over Mississippi State on Monday night. The Ragin Cajuns were incredible in the Lafayette regional, as five players made the All-Tournament Team.

The Associated Press reports, via, that second baseman Jace Conrad, shortstop Blake Trahan, third baseman Ryan Leonards, outfielder Seth Harrison and catcher Michael Strentz all earned the honor. Conrad was even named Most Outstanding Player of the tournament.

That honor probably had something to do with the grand slam he launched against Jackson State.

This team is loaded with stars who will look to oust Ole Miss in the supers.

The final nationally seeded team alive is the TCU Horned Frogs. Nobody knew how TCU would recover after winning a 22-inning marathon on Saturday night against Sam Houston State.

ESPN Stats & Info's official Twitter account broke down just how lengthy the game was:

The Horned Frogs had to come back and win against the same squad on Monday. They prevailed and will now host a super regional.

The 22-inning game may very well catch up with the Horned Frogs in the supers, as it remains to be seen if all the pitchers used will be rested in time for game action. That said, the perseverance TCU showed in winning a game of that length should give them the confidence to compete against anybody.