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The best teams in college baseball will learn their path to the College World Series in Omaha on Monday.

The NCAA is set to reveal the field of 64 schools set to compete in regionals at 16 campus sites the weekend of June 3-6. Regional winners will move on to super regionals and the eight teams that emerge will head to Omaha for the College World Series beginning June 17.

Tennessee has been college baseball’s dominant team all season, going 53-7 and winning the SEC Tournament. The Vols will be considered the favorite to take the crown in Omaha.

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The Sporting News is following the NCAA baseball regional selection live:

NCAA baseball regional sites 2022

The NCAA announced the 16 regional hosts on May 29.

Regional Site
Auburn, Ala.
Austin, Texas
Blacksburg, Va.
Virginia Tech
Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina
College Park, Md.
College Station, Texas
Texas A&M
Coral Gables, Fla.
Corvallis, Ore.
Oregon State
Gainesville, Fla.
Greenville, N.C.
East Carolina
Hattiesburg, Miss.
Southern Miss
Knoxville, Tenn.
Louisville, Ky.
Stanford, Calif.
Statesboro, Ga.
Georgia Southern
Stillwater, Okla.
Oklahoma State

NCAA baseball tournament bracket 2022

The NCAA released the full baseball tournament bracket Monday with the 16 host sites and the rankings of the top teams in the nation.

Tennessee is expected to be the bracket’s No. 1 seed after going 53-7 and winning the SEC baseball tournament.

Teams will now head to the regionals, where they will battle for the chance to move on to the super regionals. The top seed in each bracket will face the No. 4 seed with the middle two teams playing off against one another. A team will need to total three wins in a regional and everyone faces double elimination.

Auburn Regional

Austin Regional

Blacksburg Regional

Chapel Hill Regional

College Park Regional

College Station Regional

Coral Gables Regional

Corvallis Regional

Gainesville Regional

Greenville Regional

Hattiesburg Regional

Knoxville Regional

Louisville Regional

Stanford Regional

Statesboro Regional

Stillwater Regional

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