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CBB Column: 2010 NCAA Regional Projections (May 30th)

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 Sunday.  You can check out the full bracket below, which is our best projection of what the field could look like come Monday.  The College World Series Selection show will be aired at 12:30 EST on ESPN.

Tempe Regional

Norman Regional

1. Arizona State* (1)

1. Oklahoma

2. Kansas State

2. Alabama

3. Hawaii*

3. Cal

4. UW-Milwaukee*

4. Oral Roberts*

Atlanta Regional

Auburn Regional

1. Georgia Tech (8)

1. Auburn

2. LSU*

2. Florida State*

3. Oregon State

3. Southern Miss*

4. Mercer*

4. Minnesota*

Austin Regional

Fort Worth

1. Texas (4)

1. TCU*

2. Rice

2. Texas A&M*

3. Texas State

3. UL-Lafayette

4. Stony Brook*

4. Lamar*

Myrtle Beach


1. Coastal Carolina* (5)

1. South Carolina

2. College of Charleston

2. Washington State

3. NC State

3. Elon

4. Bucknell*

4. Rider*


Storrs Regional

1. Virginia (2)


2. The Citadel*

2. Vanderbilt

3. St. John’s*

3. FIU*

4. Virginia Commonwealth*

4. Central Connecticut*



1. Louisville (7)

1. Arkansas

2. Oregon

2. Clemson

3. Baylor

3. Jacksonville State*

4. St. Louis*

4.Bethune Cookman*


Coral Gables

1. Florida (3)

1. Miami

2. Virginia Tech

2. Ole Miss

3. Florida Atlantic

3. Florida Gulf Coast

4. Grambling State*

4. Illinois State*

Los Angeles


1. UCLA (6)

1. Fullerton*

2. Irvine

2. Stanford

3. San Diego*

3. New Mexico

4. Dartmouth*

4. Kent State*

*Conference Champ
(#) National Seed

Last five in: New Mexico, Florida Gulf Coast, Texas State, Oregon State, Elon
First ten out: Arizona, North Carolina, Boston College, Western Kentucky, Liberty, Appalachian State, Pitt, SE Lousiana, Wichita State, Texas Tech

  • Coach Joe

    I believe it would be very interesting to rank teams that are in the regionals relative to whether they are “fully funded” programs. Additionally, fascinating to see fully funded teams like North Carolina sitting home (or we will know by lunch today watching ESPN if your correct this morning.) Some very interesting results would come from your study on this topic and we could draw some real conclusions about the schools, programs, coaching staff, etc. from such a study.

  • Tigerterrace

    Interesting that you have left Arizona out, but have taken Texas St. and Elon. I think Florida Gulf Coast gets in only because people want to see Chris Sale. I think there would have been a cry from the committee to possible sneak FIU in also if they didn’t get the automatic bid. With the attention that Wittels is getting.

    Some of your regionals seem very loaded while others seem very light.

    Light-Especially USC and Arkansas. For all purposes Arkansas has been dealt a high 2 seed and two 4 seeds. South Carolina is see as a high #3 in Wash St, Elon a team I have out and a #4. Elon at best is the second to last team in, so about the 45th team.

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