College World Series schedule (Updated June 18, 2022)

College World Series schedule (Updated June 18, 2022)

The 2022 NCAA Baseball’s College World Series started with a bang in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday.

Four teams were in action, and Notre Dame and Oklahoma — 2 nationally unseeded teams — advanced in the winner’s bracket. The Oklahoma Sooners scored 8 runs in the first 2 innings against the Texas A&M Aggies, and TAMU had to play from the behind the whole game. The Sooners ended up winning 13-8.

The Irish, on the other hand, shut down Texas’ elite offense and held the Longhorns to just 3 runs, as Notre Dame won 7-3.

On Saturday, 4 more teams are in action. Arkansas plays Stanford at 2 p.m., while SEC West rivals Ole Miss and Auburn play at 7 p.m. It will be all 4 teams’ first game in Omaha.

Of the 64 teams total in regional play, 32 were selected on an at-large basis by the Division I Baseball Committee and 16 national seeds hosted regionals tournaments. The winners of the regional tournament host sites advanced to the Super Regionals.

Where things currently stand:

  • Two nationally unseeded teams won on the first day in Omaha.
  • Oklahoma took down No. 5 Texas A&M 13-8. The Sooners scored 8 runs in the first 2 innings to start the College World Series fireworks.
  • Notre Dame took down No. 9 Texas 7-3. The Irish’s pitching staff kept Texas’ high-powered offense at bay.
  • Arkansas and Stanford play Saturday at 2 p.m.
  • Ole Miss and Auburn play Saturday at 7 p.m.

2022 NCAA Baseball: College World Series Schedule and Results

The College World Series will be played in Omaha, Nebraska, on June 17 through June 26 or 27. The schedule and results will be updated daily.

Friday, June 17

  • Oklahoma 13, Texas A&M 8
  • Notre Dame 7, Texas 3

Saturday, June 18

  • Arkansas vs. Stanford, Saturday at 2 p.m. on ESPN
  • Ole Miss vs. Auburn, Saturday at 7 p.m. on ESPN2

Sunday, June 19

  • Texas A&M vs. Texas, Sunday at 2 p.m. on ESPN
  • Notre Dame vs. Oklahoma, Sunday at 7 p.m. on ESPN2

2022 NCAA Baseball College World Series Schedule and Bracket

The College World Series will start on June 16th and will finish June 27th. The updated bracket can be seen below:

2022 NCAA Baseball Schedule and Results: Super Regionals

Super Regional game times and dates are updated below. Half of the Super Regionals were played Friday through Sunday, with the other half being played Saturday through Monday.

Knoxville, Tennessee: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Notre Dame 8, Tennessee 6
  • Game 2: Tennessee 12, Notre Dame 4
  • Game 3: Notre Dame 7, Tennessee 3
  • Notre Dame advances to College World Series

Blacksburg, Virginia: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Oklahoma 5, Virginia Tech 4
  • Game 2: Virginia Tech 14, Oklahoma 8
  • Game 3: Oklahoma 11, Virginia Tech 2
  • Oklahoma advances to College World Series

College Station, Texas: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Texas A&M 5, Louisville 4
  • Game 2: Texas A&M 4, Louisville 3
  • Texas A&M advances to College World Series

Greenville, North Carolina: Super Regional

  • Game 1: East Carolina 13, Texas 7
  • Game 2: Texas 9, East Carolina 8
  • Game 3: Texas 11, East Carolina 1
  • Texas advances to College World Series

Stanford, California: Super Regional

  • Game 1: UConn 13, Stanford 12
  • Game 2: Stanford 8, UConn 2
  • Game 3: Stanford 10, UConn 5
  • Stanford advances to College World Series

Corvallis, Oregon: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Auburn 7, Oregon State 5
  • Game 2: Oregon State 4, Auburn 3
  • Game 3: Auburn 4, Oregon State 3
  • Auburn advances to College World Series

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Arkansas 4, North Carolina 1
  • Game 2: Arkansas 4, North Carolina 3
  • Game 3: Arkansas advances to College World Series

Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Ole Miss 10, Southern Miss 0
  • Game 2: Ole Miss 5, Southern Miss 0
  • Ole Miss advances to College World Series

2022 NCAA Baseball Schedule and Results: Regionals

The NCAA Baseball Tournament Regionals were played June 3 through June 6. The results are below:

Knoxville, Tennessee, Regional: June 3-6

  • Campbell 15, Georgia Tech 8
  • Tennessee 10, Alabama State 0
  • Georgia Tech 13, Alabama State 3 (Alabama State eliminated)
  • Tennessee 12, Campbell 7
  • Georgia Tech 16, Campbell 5 (Campbell eliminated)
  • Tennessee 9, Georgia Tech 6 (Georgia Tech eliminated)
  • Tennessee advances to Super Regionals

Statesboro, Georgia, Regional: June 3-6

  • Notre Dame 3, Texas Tech 2
  • Ga. Southern 8, UNC Greensboro 0
  • Texas Tech 2, UNC Greensboro 0 (UNC Greensboro eliminated)
  • Notre Dame 6, Ga. Southern 4
  • Texas Tech 3, Ga. Southern 1 (Ga. Southern eliminated)
  • Notre Dame 2, Texas Tech 1 (Texas Tech eliminated)
  • Notre Dame advances to Super Regionals

Austin, Texas, Regional: June 3-6

  • Texas 11, Air Force 3
  • Louisiana Tech 12, DBU 5
  • Air Force 5, DBU 1 (DBU eliminated)
  • Texas 5, Louisiana Tech 2
  • Air Force 9, Louisiana Tech 7 (La. Tech eliminated)
  • Texas 10, Air Force 1 (Air Force eliminated)
  • Texas advances to Super Regionals

Greenville, North Carolina, Regional: June 3-6

  • East Carolina 17, Coppin St. 1
  • Virginia 7, Coastal Carolina 2
  • Coastal Carolina 10, Coppin State 8 (Coppin State eliminated)
  • East Carolina 4, Virginia 2
  • Coastal Carolina 7, Virginia 6 (UVA eliminated)
  • Coastal Carolina 9, East Carolina 1
  • East Carolina 13, Coastal Carolina 4 (Coastal Carolina eliminated)
  • East Carolina advances to Super Regionals

College Station, Texas, Regional: June 3-6

  • Texas A&M 8, Oral Roberts 2
  • Louisiana 7, TCU 6
  • TCU 3, Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 9, Louisiana 6
  • TCU 6, Louisiana 1 (Louisiana eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 15, TCU 9 (TCU eliminated)
  • Texas A&M advances to Super Regionals

Louisville, Kentucky, Regional: June 3-6

  • Louisville 7, Southeast Mo. St. 2
  • Michigan 8, Oregon 6
  • Oregon 18, Southeast Mo. St. 6 (SE Missouri St. eliminated)
  • Michigan 7, Louisville 3
  • Louisville 12, Oregon 5 (Oregon eliminated)
  • Louisville 20, Michigan 1
  • Louisville 11, Michigan 9 (Michigan eliminated)
  • Louisville advances to Super Regionals

Gainesville, Florida, Regional: June 3-6

  • Oklahoma 16, Liberty 3
  • Florida 7, Central Michigan 3
  • Central Michigan 3, Liberty 2 (Liberty eliminated)
  • Oklahoma 9, Florida 4
  • Florida 6, Central Michigan 5 (Central Michigan eliminated)
  • Florida 7, Oklahoma 2
  • Oklahoma 5, Florida 4 (Florida eliminated)
  • Oklahoma advances to Super Regionals

Blacksburg, Virginia, Regional: June 3-6

  • Columbia 8, Gonzaga 2
  • Virginia Tech 15, Wright State 9
  • Gonzaga 11, Wright State 9 (Wright State eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech 24, Columbia 4
  • Columbia 15, Gonzaga 6
  • Virginia Tech 7, Columbia 2 (Columbia eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech advances to Super Regionals

Stanford, California, Regional: June 3-6

  • Stanford 20, Binghamton 7
  • Texas State 7, UC Santa Barbara 3
  • UC Santa Barbara 9, Binghamton 4 (Binghamton eliminated)
  • Texas State 5, Stanford 2
  • Stanford 8, UC Santa Barbara 4 (UC Santa Barbara eliminated)
  • Stanford 8, Texas State 4
  • Stanford 4, Texas State 3 (Texas State eliminated)
  • Stanford advances to Super Regionals

College Park, Maryland, Regional: June 3-6

  • UConn 8, Wake Forest 7
  • Maryland 23, LIU 2
  • Wake Forest 10, LIU 4 (LIU eliminated)
  • UConn 10, Maryland 5
  • Maryland 10, Wake Forest 5 (Wake Forest eliminated)
  • Maryland 7, UConn 6
  • UConn 11, Maryland 8 (Maryland eliminated)
  • UConn advances to Super Regionals

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Regional: June 3-6

  • North Carolina 15, Hofstra 4
  • VCU 8, Georgia 1
  • Georgia 24, Hofstra 1 (Hofstra eliminated)
  • VCU 4, North Carolina 3
  • North Carolina 6, Georgia 5 (UGA eliminated)
  • North Carolina 19, VCU 8
  • North Carolina 7, VCU 3 (VCU eliminated)
  • North Carolina advances to Super Regionals

Stillwater, Oklahoma, Regional: June 3-6

  • Arkansas 7, Grand Canyon 1
  • Oklahoma State 10, Missouri State 5
  • Missouri State 8, Grand Canyon 7 (Grand Canyon eliminated)
  • Arkansas 20, Oklahoma State 12
  • Oklahoma State 29, Missouri State 15 (Missouri State eliminated)
  • Oklahoma State 14, Arkansas 10
  • Arkansas 7, Oklahoma State 3 (Oklahoma State eliminated)
  • Arkansas advances to Super Regionals

Coral Gables, Florida, Regional: June 3-6

  • Miami 11, Canisius 6
  • Ole Miss 7, Arizona 4
  • Arizona 7, Canisius 5 (Canisius eliminated)
  • Ole Miss 2, Miami 1
  • Arizona 4, Miami 3 (Miami eliminated)
  • Ole Miss 22, Arizona 6 (Arizona eliminated)
  • Ole Miss advances to Super Regionals

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Regional: June 3-6

  • Southern Miss 2, Army 0
  • LSU 14, Kennesaw State 11
  • Kennesaw State 9, Army 8 (Army eliminated)
  • LSU 7, Southern Miss 6
  • Southern Miss 4, Kennesaw State 3 (Kennesaw State eliminated)
  • Southern Miss 8, LSU 4
  • Southern Miss 8, LSU 7 (LSU eliminated)
  • Southern Miss advances to Super Regionals

Auburn, Alabama, Regional: June 3-6

  • FSU 5, UCLA 3
  • Auburn 19, Southeastern Louisiana 7
  • UCLA 16, Southeastern Louisiana 2 (Southeastern Louisiana eliminated)
  • Auburn 21, FSU 7
  • UCLA 2, FSU 1 (FSU eliminated)
  • Auburn 11, UCLA 4 (UCLA eliminated)
  • Auburn advances to Super Regionals

Corvallis, Oregon, Regional: June 3-6

  • San Diego 3, Vanderbilt 2
  • Oregon State 5, New Mexico State 4
  • Vanderbilt 21, New Mexico State 1 (NM State eliminated)
  • Oregon State 12, San Diego 3
  • Vanderbilt 14, San Diego 4 (San Diego eliminated)
  • Vanderbilt 8, Oregon State 1
  • Oregon State 7, Vanderbilt 6 (Vanderbilt eliminated)
  • Oregon State advances to Super Regionals

2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament Top 16 Seeds

The NCAA Baseball Tournament Top 16 seeds and regional host sites are below.

1. Tennessee Volunteers (eliminated)
2. Stanford (advanced to College World Series)
3. Oregon State (eliminated
4. Virginia Tech (eliminated)
5. Texas A&M (advanced to College World Series)
6. Miami (FL) (eliminated)
7. Oklahoma State (eliminated)
8. East Carolina (eliminated)
9. Texas (advanced to College World Series)
10. North Carolina (eliminated)
11. Southern Miss (eliminated)
12. Louisville (eliminated)
13. Florida (eliminated)
14. Auburn (advanced to College World Series)
15. Maryland (eliminated)
16. Georgia Southern (eliminated)

NCAA Baseball Tournament History

Who are the previous national championships determined by the NCAA baseball tournament in recent years? Here are a list of the recent winners of the annual baseball tournament:

  • 2021: Mississippi State
  • 2020: Canceled due to COVID-19
  • 2019: Vanderbilt
  • 2018: Oregon State
  • 2017: Florida
  • 2016: Coastal Carolina
  • 2015: Virginia
  • 2014: Vanderbilt
  • 2013: UCLA
  • 2012: Arizona
  • 2011: South Carolina
  • 2010: South Carolina
  • 2009: LSU
  • 2008: Fresno State
  • 2007: Oregon State
  • 2006: Oregon State
  • 2005: Texas
  • 2004: Cal State Fullerton
  • 2003: Rice
  • 2002: Texas
  • 2001: Miami (FL)
  • 2000: LSU

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