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Vanderbilt Baseball: Analyzing the Raleigh Regional for the Commodores

Published by on May 28, 2012

Just a couple of weeks ago the Vanderbilt Commodores were in serious danger of missing the NCAA tournament altogether, but a strong schedule towards the end saved their season from ending in disappointing fashion.

The Commodores will now make their 11th appearance to college baseball's NCAA Tournament.

Before losing to red hot Mississippi State in the SEC tournament final, the Commodores had won 12 of their last 13 games, including wins over South Carolina, LSU and Florida.

Now the Commodores will travel east for the Raleigh Regional, which will be hosted by No.16 North Carolina State.

However, the Commodores will start off against the third-seed in the regional, UNC-Wilmington.

The Seahawks are no team to take lightly. They finished with 35 wins on the season and an RPI of 41 out of the Colonial Athletic Association.

This opening game will be no walk in the park for the Commodores as the Seahawks are a very balanced team in both pitching and hitting.

They'll also have to figure out how to get by a strong pitching staff for the Seahawks led by Tyler McSwain and Mat...

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