The NCAA baseball tournament super regional matchups are set with four three-game series beginning Friday and four others kicking things off on Saturday, with all games being televised across ESPN networks. If-necessary or weather-delayed games will be played June 12 for the first four series and June 13 for the weekend groups.
The winners of these eight Super Regionals move on to the College World Series in Omaha later this month to begin the double-elimination tournament to crown a national champion. The SEC leads all major conferences with five teams playing in Supers, including No. 1 overall seed and national champion frontrunner, Tennessee.
Many of the nation’s best players and future MLB Draft picks will be on display over the next few weeks across the country as the nation’s top teams try and bring a trophy home to their respective campuses.
Per Cardinal247, Stanford’s postseason hopes were in the balance going into the team’s 45th inning of the four-day regional this week.