CBB Column: NCAA Regional Projections (April 29th)

The College Baseball Blog continues our weekly countdown to the release of the 2010 NCAA Regional Brackets. The brackets are done as if the NCAA Tournament was set to begin today. We used Boyd’s World RPI which was updated through games on Tuesday as that was the latest available. You can check out the full bracket below which is our best estimate if the tournament started today.

Austin Regional

1. Texas (1) *
2. Texas State *
3. Oregon State
4. Wright State *

Baton Rouge Regional

1. LSU
2. Rice *
3. Texas A&M
4. Central Michigan *

Tempe Regional

1. Arizona State (2) *
2. Kansas State
3. New Mexico
4. New Mexico State *

Coral Gables Regional

1. Miami (FL)
2. Arizona
3. Florida Atlantic
4. Florida Gulf Coast *

Charlottesville Regional

1. Virginia (3)
2. Connecticut *
3. Kentucky
4. Virginia Commonwealth *

Louisville Regional

1. Louisville
2. Vanderbilt
3. North Carolina
4. Columbia *

Atlanta Regional

1. Georgia Tech (4) *
2. Alabama
3. Pittsburgh
4. Canisius *

Oxford Regional

1. Ole Miss
2. California
3. Baylor
4. Mississippi Valley State *

Fayetteville Regional

1. Arkansas (5)
2. Oklahoma
3. Michigan State *
4. Southeast Missouri State *

Fort Worth Regional

1. TCU *
2. Oregon
3. Texas Tech
4. Oral Roberts *

Conway Regional

1. Coastal Carolina (6) *
2. Clemson
3. College of Charleston
4. Wagner *

Gainesville Regional

1. Florida
2. The Citadel *
3. Boston College
4. Charlotte *

Los Angeles Regional

1. UCLA (7)
2. Western Kentucky
3. UC Irvine
4. Maine *

Fullerton Regional

1. Cal State Fullerton *
2. Stanford
3. San Diego *
4. Illinois State *

Columbia Regional

1. South Carolina (8) *
2. Virginia Tech
3. Liberty
4. Army *

Tallahassee Regional

1. Florida State
2. Auburn
3. South Alabama *
4. Bethune-Cookman *

Last five in: Texas A&M, Oregon State, Baylor, North Carolina, Kentucky

First ten out: Kansas, Appalachian State, Washington State, Western Carolina, Louisiana-Lafayette, Southeastern Louisiana, UC Riverside, Washington, Middle Tennessee State, Rutgers.

(#) denotes national seed

* denotes automatic bid