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College Baseball Super Regionals 2015: Bracket, Live Stream Info and Predictions

Published by on June 2, 2015

The NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament has no time for teams not up to the daunting task. Sixty-four teams were quickly whittled down to 16 after the double-elimination Regionals, setting the stage for the 2015 College Baseball Super Regionals.

The only national seed not to reach the Super Regionals happened to be, on paper, the best of them. National No. 1 seed UCLA suffered a 2-1 defeat to Maryland late Monday night, a brutal finish to a brilliant season. 

The Super Regionals, which begin either Friday or Saturday for each matchup, will see the 16 remaining teams compete in best-of-three series before the playoffs move on to Omaha, Nebraska for the College World Series.

Six of the seven remaining national seeds will make use of automatic Super Regional hosting duties. Missouri State, however, will have to play at Arkansas due to a schedule conflict with the Springfield Cardinals, Double-A Texas League affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, per Lyndal Scranton of the Bleacher Report - College Baseball
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