Tennessee baseball makes first NCAA Tourney since 2005

Auburn outfielder Kason Howell turns third headed home during the LSU vs Auburn third-round elimination game at the SEC Baseball Tournament Thursday

Tech Named No. 3 National Seed of NCAA Tournament

Missouri's baseball season came to an end on Monday when the Tigers weren't selected for an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.

The Jackets also learned that they are the No.3 overall seed in this year's NCAA Tournament, joining the likes of Vanderbilt, UCLA, and Georgia in the top 4.

Four other Pac-12 teams have made the tournament, including two additional regional hosts. The Jackets took both games from the Tigers this season, defeating them in Auburn on April 2nd 9-2 and defeating them at Russ Chandler Stadium on April 16th by a final sore of 11-6. The Chanticleers this season went 35-24-1.

Game 4 - 6 p.m. CT - Game 1 victor vs.

This is the Tigers' first tournament appearance in a long time without Rod Bramblett; he's spent the past 27 seasons calling the Auburn baseball games and he's been in the dugout every day, eaten meals with the team, and had interactions with every single player that they'll remember forever.

The Tigers will face off against the #3 seed Coastal Carolina on Friday; they'll be joined by #1 seeded Georgia Tech, who is hosting the regional, and #4 Florida A&M. The victor of the Starkville Regional will advance to meet the victor of the Stanford Regional hosted by No. 11 national seed Stanford. The victor of the Atlanta Regional in the tournament will take on the victor of the Chapel Hill Regional.

Creighton will play in the Corvallis, Oregon regional hosted by Oregon State.

The Yellow Jackets will play its first game of the Regional on Friday, May 31 against Florida A&M.

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