The 2023 NCAA baseball regular season is coming to an end. Now it’s time for the real drama.
On Monday, the full field of 64 teams in the 2023 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament will be unveiled, after the 16 regional hosts were announced Sunday night. The regionals will start on June 2, and the super regionals will be a week later. The College World Series starts on June 16.
This year’s College World Series looks to be filled with plenty of excitement. Wake Forest has looked like a juggernaut all season, with the Demon Deacons poised to be the top overall seed. There also will be plenty of MLB intrigue, with LSU and Dylan Crews, regarded as perhaps the best draft prospect in years, taking center stage in a postseason run filled with other top prospects.
The Sporting News will be tracking the announcement of the 2023 NCAA regionals. Follow for complete results from the selections.
NCAA baseball tournament bracket 2023
The NCAA will release the full Division I baseball tournament bracket Monday.
Wake Forest (47-10) and Florida (44-14) are expected to be the top two national seeds.
The top 16 teams in the tournament will serve as regional hosts. The four teams in each region will compete for the chance to move on to the super regionals. Each region will feature the top team facing the fourth-seeded team and the middle two seeds playing one another in the first set of games.
To advance to the super regionals, teams will need a total of three wins in the double-elimination regionals.
This section will be updated with regional brackets.
NCAA baseball regional sites 2023
The NCAA announced the regional sties and host schools on May 28. The national seeding of each host school will be announced May 29.
|Regional site||Host school|
|Baton Rouge, La.||LSU|
|Columbia, S.C.||South Carolina|
|Conway, S.C.||Coastal Carolina|
|Coral Gables, Fla.||Miami (Fla.)|
|Stillwater, Okla.||Oklahoma State|
|Terre Haute, Ind.||Indiana State|
|Winston-Salem, N.C.||Wake Forest|