NCAA 64 for Baseball

Myworld was in Pittsburgh for a volleyball tournament. Even though the Pirates were playing the Mets myworld spent most of the weekend inside a gym. Now it is time to catch up. The first order of catch up is the name of the 64 college teams who will be playing for the NCAA championships. Below is the list and where they will be playing for the first regionals.

The tournament begins this weekend.

Corvallis, Oregon

Oregon State, Nebraska, Yale, Holy Cross

Clemson, South Carolina

Clemson, Vanderbilt, St. Johns, UNC Greensboro

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

North Carolina, Florida Gulf Coast, Michigan, Davidson

Houston, Texas

Houston, Baylor, Texas A&M, Iowa

Gainesville, Florida

Florida, South Florida, Bethune-Cookman, Marist

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Wake Forest, West Virginia, Maryland, Maryland-Baltimore County

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Louisiana State, Southeastern Louisiana, Rice, Texas Southern

Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Southern Mississippi, Mississippi State, South Alabama, Illinois-Chicago

Lubbock, Texas

Texas Tech, Arizona, Sam Houston State, Delaware

Tallahassee, Florida

Florida State, Central Florida, Auburn, Tennessee Tech

Fort Worth, Texas

Texas Christian, Virginia, Dallas Baptist, Central Connecticut State

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Arkansas, Missouri State, Oklahoma State, Oral Roberts

Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville, Oklahoma, Xavier, Radford

Lexington, Kentucky

Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina State, Ohio

Stanford, California

Stanford, Cal State Fullerton, Brigham Young, Sacramento State

Long Beach, California

Long Beach State, Texas, UCLA, San Diego State

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