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College Baseball Bracketology: Regional Projections April 22nd

See where your team is headed in the latest NCAA baseball field of 64 projections.

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There is still over a month left until selection Monday but the field is starting to take shape a little more every week.

Not much change at the top of the field yet again as Florida and Miami have clearly established themselves as the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country to this point in the season. Texas A&M made a big impression with a series sweep over Mississippi State and could challenge UF for the SEC crown if they continue their hot play.

As for the Cowboys, their postseason status is much more stable after a road sweep of Baylor last weekend. OSU has plenty to prove this weekend as TCU comes to town for a three-game battle. THe Cowboys have a chance to jump up to second in the Big 12 with a series sweep.

Last four in: Washington, Old Dominion, Lamar, Dallas Baptist

First four out: St. Mary's, Pittsburgh, Tulane, Stanford

Gainesville regional

1. Florida (34-6)* No. 1 national seed

2. Minnesota (20-11)

3. Bryant (25-7)*

4. Florida A&M (22-13)*

Lafayette regional

1. Louisiana-Lafayette (25-12)

2. North Carolina (26-12)

3. Lamar (26-10)

4. VCU (26-12)*

Coral Gables regional

1. Miami (29-6)* No. 2 national seed

2. Florida Atlantic (27-8)

3. Michigan State (26-8)*

4. Binghamton (15-19)*

Starkville regional

1. Mississippi State (25-12-1)

2. Southern Mississippi (27-11)

3. Virginia (24-16)

4. Alabama State (23-14)*

Louisville regional

1. Louisville (30-7) No. 3 national seed

2. South Alabama (28-10)

3. Dallas Baptist (24-11)

4. SE Missouri State (27-10)*

Baton Rouge regional

1. LSU (26-11)

2. Michigan (26-9)

3. Wake Forest (23-17)

4. SE Louisiana (26-12)*

College Station regional

1. Texas A&M (30-7) No. 4 national seed

2. Oklahoma State (23-13)

3. Gonzaga (22-12)

4. Princeton (18-13)*

Fort Worth regional

1. TCU (27-8)

2. Rice (24-11)*

3. Notre Dame (23-12)

4. Oral Roberts (23-12)*

Columbia regional

1. South Carolina (30-8) No. 5 national seed

2. UNC Wilmington (24-9)*

3. College of Charleston (21-15-1)

4. Western Carolina (20-16)*

Clemson regional

1. Clemson (25-12)

2. Kentucky (23-13)

3. UNC Greensboro (28-11)

4. Kent State (27-10)*

Tallahassee regional

1. Florida State (25-11) No. 6 national seed

2. Coastal Carolina (29-10)*

3. Alabama (23-15)

4. North Florida (26-14)*

Oxford regional

1. Ole Miss (28-10)

2. East Carolina (24-13)*

3. Old Dominion (24-13)

4. Navy (29-11-1)*

Lubbock regional

1. Texas Tech (30-10)* No. 7 national seed

2. Creighton (25-8)*

3. Washington (19-13)

4. Evansville (21-14)*

Raleigh regional

1. North Carolina State (26-11)

2. Vanderbilt (29-8)

3. Arizona (23-14)

4. Wright State (24-12)*

Santa Barbara regional

1. UNC Santa Barbara (25-7-1) No. 8 national seed

2. New Mexico (27-12)*

3. Oregon State (25-9)

4. Fairfield (16-18)*

Berkeley regional

1. California (22-11)*

2. BYU (27-7)*

3. Cal State Fullerton (22-13)*

4. Seattle U (23-13)*