Potential NCAA Baseball Tournament Regional Host Sites Announced

Late Friday afternoon, the NCAA announced the 20 potential NCAA Baseball Tournament Regional host sites. There were a few surprises, but overall, the committee did a pretty good job at putting the top 20 baseball teams in the country in prime position to be one of 16 chosen to host a regional.

No surprise to the College Baseball world, the Southeastern Conference leads the way with seven potential NCAA Tournament Regional Host Sites.

Ole Miss ( Oxford)
Arkansas ( Fayetteville)
Florida ( Gainesville)
Mississippi State ( Starkville)
South Carolina ( Columbia)
Tennessee ( Knoxville)
Vanderbilt ( Nashville)

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Tied for the third most potential programs who could host a regional or two are the folks out of the Big 12, Pac 12, and the Conference USA.

Big 12:
Texas ( Austin)
Texas Tech ( Lubbock)
TCU ( Fort Worth)

Conference USA:
Charlotte ( Gastonia *)
Lousiana Tech ( Ruston)
Southern Miss ( Hattiesburg)

Pac 12:
Arizona ( Tuscon)
Stanford ( Stanford)
Oregon ( Eugene)

With two bids, the ACC makes its way on the board for potential host sites of the 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament.

Notre Dame ( South Bend)
Pittsburgh ( Pittsburgh)

With just one bid apiece, the WAC and the American Athletic Conference find themselves on the board with the other 18 programs.

Gonzaga ( Spokane)

East Carolina ( Greenville)

With just three weeks away from Selection Monday, fans can expect to see these 20 baseball programs leave it all out on the field as each one of them gets ready to prove why they belong in the top 16 teams in the country. A lot will change from now and then, but those 20 teams that were announced on Friday are the most deserving in the country, and those 20 programs will provide College Baseball fans with the most exciting baseball over the next three weeks as we make our way to Selection Monday.

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