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2014 NCAA REGIONAL PROJECTIONS (FEB. 18TH)

The 2014 College Baseball season kicked off on Friday but it is never too early to take a look at the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament. These are our second projections at what the tournament bracket will look like when it is announced on Memorial Day. All questions and comments can be discussed in the section below the post.

1. Oregon State * (1)
2. Texas
3. UC Santa Barbara
4. Canisius *

1. Louisville *
2. Ole Miss
3. Stanford
4. Kent State *

1. Vanderbilt (8)
2. Wichita State *
3. Georgia Tech
4. Austin Peay *

1. Oregon
2. UNLV *
3. Texas Tech
4. Wisconsin-Milwaukee *

1. Mississippi State (5)
2. TCU
3. South Alabama
4. Alabama State *

1. NC State
2. Florida Atlantic
3. Western Carolina *
4. Binghamton *

1. Cal State Fullerton * (4)
2. Arizona State
3. San Diego *
4. Columbia *

1. UCLA
2. Cal-Poly
3. Fresno State
4. CSU Bakersfield *

1. Virginia * (3)
2. Arizona
3. William & Mary
4. Army *

1. Indiana *
2. Kansas State
3. Miami
4. St. Louis *

1. South Carolina (6)
2. Clemson
3. UNC Wilmington *
4. Bryant *

1. North Carolina
2. East Carolina
3. Alabama
4. Campbell *

1. Florida State (7)
2. Florida
3. Oklahoma
4. Mercer *

1. Rice *
2. Texas A&M
3. Sam Houston State *
4. Missouri State

1. LSU * (2)
2. Louisiana-Lafayette *
3. Tulane
4. Bethune Cookman *

1. Oklahoma State *
2. Arkansas
3. Creighton *
4. South Dakota State *

 In: Campbell, Canisius, Texas Tech

Out: Coastal Carolina, Monmouth, Liberty

Conference

Projected Champ

America East

Binghamton

American Athletic Conference

Louisville

Atlantic 10

St. Louis

ACC

Virginia

Atlantic Sun

Mercer

Big 10

Indiana

Big 12

Oklahoma State

Big East

Creighton

Big South

Campbell

Big West

Cal State Fullerton

CAA

UNC Wilmington

Conference USA

Rice

Horizon League

Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ivy League

Columbia

MAAC

Canisius

MAC

Kent State

MEAC

Bethune-Cookman

Missouri Valley

Wichita State

Mountain West

UNLV

Northeast Conference

Bryant

Ohio Valley Conference

Austin Peay

Pac-12

Oregon State

Patriot League

Army

SEC

LSU

Southern Conference

Western Carolina

Southland Conference

Sam Houston State

SWAC

Alabama State

Summit League

South Dakota State

Sun Belt

Louisiana-Lafayette

West Coast Conference

San Diego

WAC

CSU Bakersfield

  • Rham

    Clemson will not be in columbia, again

  • gdubs

    Wow, Indiana? Might as well chalk this opinion up as a waste of my time. Nebraska will dominate the B1G this year with no Indiana on the schedule. Find a new career.