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2014 NCAA Regional Projections (May 19th)

The 2014 College Baseball season is hitting its stretch run as we start look at what the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament will look like. These are our latest look at the projections at what the tournament bracket will look like if the tournament started today. All questions and comments can be discussed in the comment section below the post.

1. Virginia (1)
2. Liberty *
3. West Virginia
4. Bethune-Cookman *
1. Houston
2. Texas Tech
3. Arizona State
4. William & Mary *
1. Ole Miss (8)
2. Louisville *
3. Kansas
4. Jackson State *
1. Louisiana *
2. LSU
3. Old Dominion
4. Creighton *
1. Indiana * (5)
2. Kentucky
3. Stanford
4. Evansville *
1. Vanderbilt
2. Indiana State
3. North Carolina
4. SEMO *
1. Florida State (4)
2. Mercer *
3. Arkansas
4. Bucknell *
1. Washington
2. UNLV *
3. Long Beach State
4. Ball State *
1. Florida * (3)
2. Maryland
3. Central Florida
4. Wright State *
1. Rice *
2. Texas
3. Dallas Baptist
4. Stony Brook *
1. Miami * (6)
2. Mississippi State
3. Western Carolina *
4. St. Louis *
1. Oklahoma State *
2. Alabama
3. Georgia Tech
4. Columbia *
1. South Carolina (7)
2. Nebraska
3. Clemson
4. Canisius *
1. TCU
2. Sam Houston State *
3. Texas A&M
4. Bryant *
1. Oregon State * (2)
2. UC Irvine
3. Tennessee
4. South Dakota State *
1. Cal Poly *
2. Oregon
3. Pepperdine
4. Sacramento State *


Conference Projected Champ
America East Stony Brook
American Athletic Conference Louisville
Atlantic 10 St. Louis
ACC Miami
Atlantic Sun Mercer
Big 10 Indiana
Big 12 Oklahoma State
Big East Creighton
Big South Liberty
Big West Cal Poly (Bid Secured)
CAA William & Mary
Conference USA Rice
Horizon League Wright State
Ivy League Columbia (Bid Secured)
MAAC Canisius
MAC Ball State
MEAC Bethune Cookman (Bid Secured)
Missouri Valley Evansville
Mountain West UNLV
Northeast Conference Bryant
Ohio Valley Conference SEMO
Pac-12 Oregon State
Patriot League Bucknell (Bid Secured)
SEC Florida
Southern Conference Western Carolina
Southland Conference Sam Houston State
SWAC Jackson State (Bid Secured)
Summit League South Dakota State
Sun Belt Louisiana
West Coast Conference Pepperdine
WAC Sacramento State


In: Bethune-Cookman, Jackson State, Long Beach State
Out: Alabama State, Delaware State, New Mexico

  • CP4TW

    If Indiana gets a Seed and Cal Poly doesn’t, something’s seriously wrong with relying on the RPI so heavily.

    Cal Poly scheduled the pre season #1 Team – Cal State Fullerton, and swept them.

    Cal Poly scheduled last year’s Big-12 Champs K-State and Swept them.

    Cal Poly won series vs. every UC school in California, including 3/4 from Cal.

    Cal Poly scheduled last year’s National Champ UCLA and beat them at their place.

    Poly only lost one series this entire season! at Long Beach.

    Cal Poly won the Big West for the first time ever, had the highest wins in
    school history a record 45 games this season, was briefly ranked #1 in
    the nation.

    It is just plane wrong that Poly isn’t a seeded team.

  • CPBB

    I’m a Poly fan also. But I think Indiana has a solid case for a national seed. The SEC on the other hand getting both the 7 and 8 seeds would be an injustice. Several other more deserving teams such as Louisiana, Cal Poly, and Ok St if they win the Big 12. Cal Poly is just a victim of having a strong schedule on paper, and some of those teams not living up to expectations if they miss out on a seed. RPI is also heavily weighted by road wins and Poly had a home heavy schedule this year.
    Also if you are going to claim you went to Poly, please spell correctly. It makes you look like you went to an SEC school, (Vanderbilt excluded), and not the best public school in the Western US.

  • Simsropp

    Does mercer have a chance? They played terrible in asun tourney. RPI is still very high.

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