NCAA Baseball Tournament 2024: Sunday’s Regional Games Schedule for the College World Series

By Ayrton Ostly and Jack McKessy, USA Today

We’re entering Day 3 of the NCAA baseball tournament’s regional round. Notably, top seed Arizona has already been eliminated, while several lower-seeded teams continue their fierce battle for a spot in the Super Regional round. By Monday, the field of 64 teams will be whittled down to 16 following any necessary tiebreaker games.

From those 16, only eight will advance to the Men’s College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, where they will face high-stakes elimination games on their path to the NCAA baseball championship.

Here is the full schedule for Sunday’s regional matchups:?????

  • NCAA Baseball: Sunday Regional Games
    All games are double-elimination format. Start times are in ET.
  • Knoxville Regional (Knoxville, Tennessee)
  • Game 5: Southern Miss vs. Indiana (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 1 Tennessee vs. Southern Miss (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Greenville Regional (Greenville, North Carolina)
  • Game 5: No. 16 East Carolina vs. VCU (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: Evansville vs. No. 16 East Carolina (12:00 p.m. | ESPN2/ESPN+)
    Norman Regional (Norman, Oklahoma)
  • Game 5: Duke vs. Oklahoma (3:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Game 6: UConn vs. Oklahoma (9:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Tallahassee Regional (Tallahassee, Florida)
  • Game 5: Stetson vs. UCF (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 8 Florida State vs. UCF (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Fayetteville Regional (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
  • Game 5: SE Missouri State vs. No. 5 Arkansas (2:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Game 6: Kansas State vs. SE Missouri (7:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Charlottesville Regional (Charlottesville, Virginia)
  • Game 5: St. John’s vs. Mississippi State (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 12 Virginia vs. Mississippi State (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Tucson Regional (Tucson, Arizona)
  • Game 5: Dallas Baptist vs. Grand Canyon (3:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Game 6: West Virginia vs. Grand Canyon (9:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Chapel Hill Regional (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
  • Game 5: Wofford vs. LSU (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 4 North Carolina vs. LSU (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Lexington Regional (Lexington, Kentucky)
  • Game 5: Indiana State vs. Illinois (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 2 Kentucky vs. Indiana State (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Corvallis Regional (Corvallis, Oregon)
  • Game 5: Tulane vs. UC Irvine (3:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 15 Oregon State vs. UC Irvine (9:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Raleigh Regional (Raleigh, North Carolina)
  • Game 5: James Madison vs. South Carolina (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 10 NC State vs. James Madison (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Athens Regional (Athens, Georgia)
  • Game 5: Georgia Tech vs. UNC Wilmington (Noon | ACCN/ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 7 Georgia vs. Georgia Tech (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Clemson Regional (Clemson, South Carolina)
  • Game 5: High Point vs. Coastal Carolina (Noon | ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 6 Clemson vs. Coastal Carolina (6:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Stillwater Regional (Stillwater, Oklahoma)
  • Game 5: Nebraska vs. Florida (2:00 p.m. | SECN/ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 11 Oklahoma State vs. Florida (7:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Santa Barbara Regional (Santa Barbara, California)
  • Game 5: San Diego vs. No. 14 UC Santa Barbara (3:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Game 6: Oregon vs. No. 14 UC Santa Barbara (4:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    Bryan-College Station Regional (Bryan-College Station, Texas)
  • Game 5: Louisiana vs. Texas (3:00 p.m. | ESPN/ESPN+)
    Game 6: No. 3 Texas A&M vs. Louisiana (8:00 p.m. | ESPN+)
    When is the Men’s College World Series?
    The Men’s College World Series begins on Friday, June 14, and concludes by Monday, June 27 at the latest in Omaha, Nebraska.

How to Watch:!!!!
Catch every College World Series regional game with an ESPN+ subscription.

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