2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament bracket: Scores, schedule, TV times with College World Series field nearly set

The field of the College World Series 2022 is almost set. The Super Regionals conclude on Monday, and there has already been a big upset in the bracket. Tennessee, the top overall winner, was ousted by unseated Notre Dame On Sunday. The Fighting Irish are one of six teams to have secured their College World Series ticket so far as they are backed by Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ole Miss and Texas A&M. The bottom two spots will be determined Monday night with two win-or-go home encounters: Stanford vs. UConn and Oregon State vs. Auburn.

Below is the 2022 NCAA tournament bracket, results, schedule and more.

Breakdown of the NCAA baseball tournament

Before we get to the brackets, scores, and more, it’s important to know that the structure of the NCAA baseball tournament is slightly different than the more familiar hoops variation. Here are a few takeaways on that front:

  • This year’s field includes 31 automatic applications via conference championships and 33 free entrants. The first round of play is called Regional and is the double elimination format. Each of the 16 No. 1 seeds is home to their respective four-team region whenever possible. Each of the 16 Regionals is filled with places one through four. In each region, #1 meets #4 and #2 meets #3 on the first day of promotion. The winners of these two matches then play each other, while the losers play an elimination match.
  • The winner of each region advances to the super region. The Superregional, which includes a total of 16 teams, is a best-of-three series format.
  • The winners of the Super Regionals – a total of eight teams – qualify for the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • The College World Series is a double-elimination format until the last two teams stand. At that point, the slates are wiped clean and it’s a best-of-three series to determine the national champion.

NCAA baseball tournament schedule

  • regional: Begins Friday, June 3; ends on Monday, June 6th
  • super regional: Begins Friday, June 10; ends on Monday the 13th
  • College World Series opener: Friday June 17th
  • College World Series Finals (best of 3): Begins Saturday, June 25th

Games on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU can be streamed on fuboTV (Get Access Now).

Complete bracket

And here’s a link to NCAA.com’s full table showing region-vs-region pairings for the Super Regionals.

Super-Regional Round Results

Monday

  • Stanford vs UConn
  • Auburn vs. Oregon State

Sunday

  • Arkansas 4, North Carolina 3 (Arkansas advances)
  • Oklahoma 11, Virginia Tech 2 (Oklahoma Advances)
  • Notre Dame 7, Tennessee 3 (Notre Dame Advances)
  • Ole Miss 5, Southern Miss 0 (Ole Miss Advances)
  • Texas 11, East Carolina 1 (Texas advances)
  • Stanford 8, UConn 2
  • State of Oregon 4, Auburn 3

Saturday

  • Arkansas 4, North Carolina 1
  • Virginia Tech 14, Oklahoma 8
  • Texas 9, East Carolina 8
  • Tennessee 12, Notre Dame 4
  • Texas A&M 4, Louisville 3 (Texas A&M Advances)
  • Ole Miss 10, Southern Miss 0
  • Maroon 7, Oregon State 5
  • UConn 13, Stanford 12

Friday

  • Notre Dame 8, Tennessee 6
  • Oklahoma 5, Virginia Tech 4
  • East Carolina 13, Texas 7
  • Texas A&M 5, Louisville 4

Results of the regional rounds

Regional Knoxville

Hosted by the number 1 national state of Tennessee.

Friday June 3rd

  • Campbell 15, Georgia Tech 8
  • Tennessee 10, State of Alabama 0

Saturday June 4th

  • Georgia Tech 13, Alabama State 4 (Alabama State eliminated)
  • Tennessee 12, Campbell 7

Sunday June 5th

  • Georgia Tech 16, Campbell 5 (Campbell eliminated)
  • Tennessee 9, Georgia Tech 6 (Tennessee advances, Georgia Tech eliminated)

Auburn Regional

Hosted by No. 14 National Seed Auburn.

Friday June 3rd

  • 5 Florida St., UCLA 3
  • Auburn 19, Southeast La. 7

Saturday June 4th

  • UCLA 16, Southeastern La. 2 (Southeastern La. eliminated)
  • 21 Auburn, 7 Florida St

Sunday June 5th

  • UCLA 2, Florida State 1 (Florida State eliminated)
  • Auburn 9, UCLA 0 (Auburn advances, UCLA eliminated)

Regional Blacksburg

Hosted by the #4 National State Virginia Tech.

Friday June 3rd

  • Colombia 8, Gonzaga 2
  • Virginia Tech 15, Wright State 9

Saturday June 4th

  • Gonzaga 11, Wright State 9 (Wright State eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech 24, Colombia 4

Sunday June 5th

  • Columbia 15, Gonzaga 6 (Gonzaga eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech 7, Columbia 2 (Virginia Tech advances, Columbia eliminated)

Regional Stillwater

Hosted by the #7 national seed in the state of Oklahoma.

Friday June 3rd

  • Arkansas 7, Grand Canyon 1
  • State of Oklahoma 10, State of Missouri 5

Saturday June 4th

  • Missouri State 8, Grand Canyon 7 (Grand Canyon eliminated)
  • Arkansas 20, State of Oklahoma 12

Sunday June 5th

  • Oklahoma State 29, Missouri State 15 (Missouri State eliminated)
  • State of Oklahoma 14, Arkansas 10

Monday, 6.6

  • Arkansas 7, Oklahoma State 3 (Oklahoma State eliminated)

Greenville Regional

Hosted by the #8 National State East Carolina.

Friday June 3rd

  • East Carolina 17, Coppin State 1
  • Virginia 7, Coastal Carolina 2

Saturday June 4th

  • Coastal Carolina 10, Coppin State 8 (Coppin State eliminated)
  • East Carolina 4, Virginia 2

Sunday June 5th

  • Coastal Carolina 7, Virginia 6 (Virginia eliminated)
  • Coastal Carolina 9, East Carolina 1

Monday, 6.6

  • East Carolina 13, Coastal Carolina 4 (East Carolina advances, Coastal Carolina eliminates)

Regional Gainesville

Host is Florida, number 13 national seed.

Friday June 3rd

  • Oklahoma 16, Freedom 3
  • Florida 7, Central Michigan 3

Saturday June 4th

  • Central Michigan 3, Liberty 2 (Liberty eliminated)
  • Oklahoma 9, Florida 4

Sunday June 5th

  • Florida 6, Central Michigan 5 (Central Michigan eliminated)
  • Florida 7, Oklahoma 2

Monday, 6.6

  • Oklahoma 5, Florida 4 (Florida eliminated)

College Park Regional

Hosted by No. 15 National Seed Maryland.

Friday June 3rd

  • UConn 8, Wachwald 7
  • Maryland 23, Long Island 2

Saturday June 4th

  • Wake Forest 10, Long Island 4 (Long Island eliminated)
  • UConn 10, Maryland 5

Sunday June 5th

  • Maryland 10, Wake Forest 5 (Wake Forest eliminated)
  • Maryland 7, UConn 6

Monday, 6.6

  • UConn 11, Maryland 8 (Maryland eliminated)

Regional college station

Hosted by the #5 National State Texas A&M.

Friday June 3rd

  • Texas A&M 8 Oral Roberts 2
  • Louisiana 7, TCU 6

Saturday June 4th

  • TCU 3, Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 9, Louisiana 6

Sunday June 5th

  • TCU 6, Louisiana 1 (Louisiana eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 15, TCU 9 (Texas A&M advances, TCU eliminated)

Austin regional

Hosted by #9 Texas National Seed.

Friday June 3rd

  • Texas 11, Air Force 3
  • Louisiana Tech 12, Dallas Baptist 5

Saturday June 4th

  • Air Force 5, Dallas Baptist 1 (Dallas Baptist eliminated)
  • Texas 5, Louisiana Tech 2

Sunday June 5th

  • Air Force 9, Louisiana Tech 7
  • Texas 10, Air Force 1 (Texas advances, Air Force eliminated)

Chapel Hill regional

Hosted by the No. 10 national state of North Carolina.

Friday June 3rd

  • North Carolina 15, Hofstrasse 4
  • VCU 8, Georgia 1

Saturday June 4th

  • Georgia 24, Hofstra 1 (Hofstra eliminated)
  • VCU 4, North Carolina 3

Sunday June 5th

  • North Carolina 6, Georgia 5 (Georgia eliminated)
  • North Carolina 19, VCU 8

Monday, 6.6

  • North Carolina 7, VCU 3 (VCU eliminated)

Hattiesburg regional

Hosted by No. 11 of the Southern Mississippi National Seed.

Friday June 3rd

  • Southern Miss. 2, army 0
  • LSU 14, Kennesaw State 11

Saturday June 4th

  • Kennesaw State 9, Army 8 (Army eliminated)
  • LSU 7, Southern Miss 6

Sunday June 5th

  • Southern Miss 4, Kennesaw State 3 (Kennesaw State eliminated)
  • Southern Miss 8, LSU 4

Monday, 6.6

  • Southern Miss 8, LSU 7 (LSU eliminated)

Regional Louisville

Hosted by No. 12 National Seed Louisville.

Friday June 3rd

  • Louisville 7, State of Southeast Missouri 2
  • Michigan 8, Oregon 6

Saturday June 4th

  • Oregon 18, Southeast Missouri State 6 (Southeast Missouri State eliminated)
  • Michigan 7, Louisville 3

Sunday June 5th

  • Louisville 8, Oregon 5 (Oregon eliminated)
  • Louisville 20, Michigan 1

Monday, 6.6

  • Louisville 11, Michigan 9 (Louisville advances, Michigan eliminates)

Statesboro regional

Hosted by Georgia Southern, number 16 in the national seed.

Friday June 3rd

  • Notre Dame 3, Texas Tech 2

Saturday June 4th

  • Georgia Southern 8, UNC Greensboro 0
  • Texas Tech 2, UNC Greensboro 0 (UNC Greensboro eliminated)
  • 6 Notre Dame, 4 Georgia Southern

Sunday June 5th

  • Texas Tech 3, Georgia Southern 1 (Georgia Southern eliminated)
  • Notre Dame 2, Texas Tech 1 (Notre Dame advances, Texas Tech eliminated)

Stanford Regional

Host is the #2 national seed Stanford.

Friday June 3rd

  • Stanford 20, Binghamton 7
  • State of Texas 7, UC Santa Barbara 3

Saturday June 4th

  • UC-Santa Barbara 9, Binghamton 4 (Binghamton eliminated)
  • State of Texas 5, Stanford 2

Sunday June 5th

  • Stanford 8, UC-Santa Barbara 4 (UCSB eliminated)
  • Stanford 8, State of Texas 4

Monday, 6.6

  • Stanford 4, Texas State 3 (Texas State eliminated)

Corvallis Regional

Hosted by Oregon State, ranked #3 national seed.

Friday June 3rd

  • Oregon State 5, New Mexico State 4 (F/10)
  • San Diego3, Vanderbilt2

Saturday June 4th

  • Vanderbilt 21, New Mexico State 1 (New Mexico State eliminated)
  • Oregon State 12, San Diego 3

Sunday June 5th

  • Vanderbilt 14, San Diego 4 (San Diego eliminated)
  • Vanderbilt 8, Oregon 1

Monday, 6.6

  • Oregon State 7, Vanderbilt 6 (Vanderbilt eliminated)

Coral Gables Regional

Hosted by No. 6 National State Miami-FL. Games in Miami have been postponed from Friday to Saturday due to a tropical storm warning in the area.

Saturday June 4th

  • Miami 11, Canisius 6
  • Ole Miss 7, Arizona 4

Sunday June 5th

  • Arizona 7, Canisius 5 (Canisius eliminated)
  • Ole Miss 2, Miami 1
  • Arizona 4, Miami 3 (Miami eliminated)

Monday, 6.6

  • Ole Miss 22, Arizona 6 (Arizona eliminated)

All of this leads up to the College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, which begins Friday, June 17th. So who do you have?

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