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2014 NCAA Regional Projections (March 4th)

The 2014 College Baseball season is in full swing but it is never too early to take a look at the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament. These are our latest look at the 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. South Carolina * (1)
2. Clemson
3. East Carolina
4. Bryant *

1. North Carolina *
2. College of Charleston *
3. Seton Hall
4. Campbell *

1. Oregon State (8)
2. Indiana *
3. Oklahoma
4. South Dakota State *

1. Cal Poly
2. Arizona State
3. Texas A&M
4. Kent State *

1. NC State (5)
2. Florida Atlantic
3. Western Carolina *
4. Binghamton *

1. Oklahoma State *
2. Arkansas
3. Cal
4. Holy Cross *

1. Cal State Fullerton * (4)
2. Fresno State
3. Southern Cal
4. Columbia *

1. Oregon
2. Ole Miss
3. UNLV
4. Canisius *

1. Vanderbilt (3)
2. Miami
3. Texas Tech
4. Wisconsin-Milwaukee *

1. UCLA
2. San Diego
3. UC Santa Barbara
4. Sacramento State *

1. Florida State * (6)
2. Mercer *
3. Alabama
4. Alabama State *

1. Mississippi State
2. Rice
3. Georgia Tech
4. Tennessee Tech *

1. LSU (7)
2. Sam Houston State *
3. Tulane
4. Bethune Cookman *

1. Louisiana-Lafayette *
2. Texas *
3. Houston
4. Dallas Baptist

1. Virginia * (2)
2. Tennessee
3. Wichita State
4. VCU *

1. Louisville *
2. Kentucky
3. TCU
4. Florida International

In: Cal, College of Charleston, Dallas Baptist, East Carolina, Sacramento State, Seton Hall, Southern Cal, Tennessee Tech, UC Santa Barbara, VCU

Out: Arizona, Austin Peay, CSU Bakersfield, Creighton, Florida, Michigan State, Missouri State, St. Louis, Central Florida, UNC Wilmington

Conference

Projected Champ

America East

Binghamton

American Athletic Conference

Louisville

Atlantic 10

VCU

ACC

Virginia

Atlantic Sun

Mercer

Big 10

Indiana

Big 12

Oklahoma State

Big East

Seton Hall

Big South

Campbell

Big West

Cal State Fullerton

CAA

College of Charleston

Conference USA

Rice

Horizon League

Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ivy League

Columbia

MAAC

Canisius

MAC

Kent State

MEAC

Bethune-Cookman

Missouri Valley

Wichita State

Mountain West

Fresno State

Northeast Conference

Bryant

Ohio Valley Conference

Tennessee Tech

Pac-12

Oregon State

Patriot League

Holy Cross

SEC

South Carolina

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

Sacramento State

  • spazaru

    I agree. Florida isn’t looking like a regional team at all right now. My hope is that when Harrison Bader comes back form suspension, the offense will receive a boost. Also, O’Sullivan has been experimenting with the pitching and so far, Logan Shore is looking like he might be a Friday or Saturday starter and Whitson is making steady progress. If they can get the third starter nailed down, they might be able to turn things around enough to get in the tournament and make some noise.

    • http://collegebaseballdaily.com/ Brian Foley

      Florida does need to get better if they want to be in the postseason….

  • Bob

    Florida is just as good as last year, when they didn’t deserve a bid.

    • Josh Cooke

      No kidding, Bob. They had no business being in the NCAAT last year and showed that going 2 and BBQ in Bloomington. I just haven’t been impressed this season. The problem with UF is that while they don’t seem to be much improved over last year, their division has gotten a lot tougher with Kentucky and especially Tennessee looking majorly improved.

      • spazaru

        I sadly have to agree with y’all. It’s still early but they need to get it going soon since SEC play is right around the corner.