College World Series schedule (updated June 22, 2022)

The 2022 NCAA Baseball College World Series is a Final Four: Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, and Arkansas.

On Tuesday, Texas A&M ditched Notre Dame with a 5-1 win. Nathan Dettmer pitched the Aggies to live another day after throwing 7 goal-free innings and hitting 6 hitters.

Arkansas also eliminated Auburn in the Cup of the Night, and freshman Peyton Stovall scored an impressive 5 stroke in the win over the Tigers. Hog starter Will McIntyre pitched a gem, making 7 runs and scoring 9 hits.

For Wednesday’s roster, Texas A&M plays Oklahoma, and the Aggies will have to defeat the Sooners twice in order to reach the last of the top 3 playable streak in the National Championship.

Also, Ole Miss, undefeated in the post-season, will play in Arkansas, and Hogs will have to beat Rebels twice in order to reach the series finale.

Of a total of 64 teams in regional play, 32 were selected broadly by the Division I Baseball Committee and 16 national-seeds hosted regional tournaments. The winners of the regional tournament host locations advance to the Super Regionals.

Only 4 teams remain in the World College Championship.

June 21, 2022; Omaha, Nebraska, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks first baseman Peyton Stovall (10) to score a home run against the Auburn Tigers during the ninth inning at Charles Schwab Field. Mandatory credit: Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports

Where things stand at the moment:

  • Ireland’s Notre Dame Fighting Team lost to Texas A&M Aegies 5-1, and the Irish became the third team to be eliminated from Omaha. TAMU star Nathan Dettmer succeeded in 7 goalless rounds and hit 6 hitters.
  • The 14th Auburn Tigers became the fourth team to be eliminated from the College World Series on Tuesday after losing 11-1 to Arkansas in the Cup of the Night. Arkansas player Will McIntyre was the dominant at the picnic, and the pigs live to see another day in Omaha.
  • On Wednesday, Oklahoma and Texas A&M will play at 2 p.m. The Aggies defeat the Sooners twice in order to reach the series finale. OU only has to win 1 game and they play for a better than 3 series on the national title.
  • Also, the Ole Miss and the Arkansas will play again. Arkansas must defeat the Rebels twice to reach the Final Series.

2022 NCAA Baseball: College World Series Schedule and Results

The College World Series will take place in Omaha, Nebraska, from June 17 to June 26 or 27. The schedule and results will be updated daily.

Wednesday June 22

  • Oklahoma vs Texas A&M, 2 p.m. on ESPN
  • Ole Miss vs. Arkansas, 7 p.m. on ESPN

Tuesday June 21

  • Texas A&M 5Notre Dame 1 (The Elimination of Notre Dame)
  • Arkansas 11Auburn 1 (Auburn excluded)

Monday 20 June

  • Auburn 6Stanford 2 (excluding Stanford)
  • Ole Miss 13Arkansas 5

Sunday 19 June

  • Texas A&M 10Texas 2 (Texas excluded)
  • Oklahoma 6Notre Dame 2

Saturday 18 June

  • Arkansas 17Stanford 2
  • Ole Miss 5Auburn 1

Friday 17 June

  • Oklahoma 13Texas A&M 8
  • Notre Dame 7Texas 3

2022 NCAA Baseball College World Series Schedule and bracket

The College World Series will begin on June 16 and end on June 27. The updated slide can be seen below:

2022 NCAA Baseball Schedule and Results: Super Regionals

Super Regional game times and dates are updated below. Half of the Super Regionals are played Friday through Sunday, and the other half are played Saturday through Monday.

Knoxville, TN: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Notre Dame 8TN 6
  • Game 2: TN 12Notre Dame 4
  • The third game: Notre Dame 7TN 3
  • Notre Dame advances to College World Series

Blacksburg, Virginia: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Oklahoma 5Virginia Tech 4
  • Game 2: Virginia Tech 14Oklahoma 8
  • The third game: Oklahoma 11Virginia Tech 2
  • Oklahoma advances to College World Series

College Station, TX: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Texas A&M 5Louisville 4
  • Game 2: Texas A&M 4Louisville 3
  • Texas A&M advances to College World Series

Greenville, North Carolina: Super Regional

  • Game 1: East Carolina 13Texas 7
  • Game 2: Texas 9East Carolina 8
  • The third game: Texas 11East Carolina 1
  • Texas advances to College World Series

Stanford, CA: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Yukon 13Stanford 12
  • Game 2: Stanford 8Yukon 2
  • The third game: Stanford 10Yukon 5
  • Stanford University advances to College World Series

Corvallis, Oregon: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Auburn 7Oregon 5
  • Game 2: Oregon 4Auburn 3
  • The third game: Auburn 4Oregon 3
  • Auburn advances to College World Series

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Arkansas 4North Carolina 1
  • Game 2: Arkansas 4North Carolina 3
  • Game 3: Arkansas advances to the College World Series

Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Super Regional

  • Game 1: Ole Miss 10Miss South 0
  • Game 2: Ole Miss 5Miss South 0
  • Ole Miss advances to College World Series

2022 NCAA Baseball Schedule and Results: Regionals

The NCAA Baseball Tournament was held from June 3 through June 6. And the results are below:

Knoxville, TN, regional: June 3-6

  • Campbell 15Georgia Tech 8
  • TN 10Alabama 0
  • Georgia Tech 13Alabama 3 (Alabama abolished)
  • TN 12Campbell 7
  • Georgia Tech 16Campbell 5 (Campbell excluded)
  • Tennessee 9Georgia Tech 6 (Georgia Tech eliminated)
  • Tennessee advances to Super Regional

Statesboro, Georgia, regional: June 3-6

  • Notre Dame 3Texas Tech 2
  • Southern Ga 8UNC Greensboro 0
  • Texas Tech 2UNC Greensboro 0 (UNC Greensboro has been phased out)
  • Notre Dame 6Georgia 4
  • Texas Tech 3, Ga. Southern 1 (Ga. Southern, disposed of)
  • Notre Dame 2Texas Tech 1 (Texas Tech is phased out)
  • Notre Dame advances to Super Regional

Austin, Texas, Regional: June 3-6

  • Texas 11Air Force 3
  • Louisiana Tech 12DBU 5
  • Air Force 5DBU 1 (DBU has been phased out)
  • Texas 5Louisiana Tech 2
  • Air Force 9Louisiana Tech 7 (La. Tech excluded)
  • Texas 10Air Force 1 (Air Force eliminated)
  • Texas advances to Super Regional

Greenville, North Carolina, regional: June 3-6

  • East Carolina 17Cobain Street 1
  • Virginia 7Coastal Carolina 2
  • Coastal Carolina 10Cobain State 8 (Cobain State eliminated)
  • East Carolina 4Virginia 2
  • Coastal Carolina 7Virginia 6 (UVA eradicated)
  • Coastal Carolina 9East Carolina 1
  • East Carolina 13Coastal Carolina 4 (Coastal Carolina eliminated)
  • East Carolina advances to Super Regionals

College Station, Texas, Regional: June 3-6

  • Texas A&M 8Oral Roberts 2
  • Louisiana 7TCU 6
  • TCU 3Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts excluded)
  • Texas A&M 9Louisiana 6
  • University of California 6Louisiana 1 (Louisiana eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 15TCU 9 (TCU excluded)
  • Texas A&M advances to Super Regionals

Louisville, Kentucky, regional: June 3-6

  • Louisville 7, Southeast Mo. st. 2
  • Michigan 86 . Oregon
  • Oregon 18, Southeast Mo. st. 6 (SE Missouri St. eliminated)
  • Michigan 7Louisville 3
  • Louisville 12Oregon 5 (Oregon excluded)
  • Louisville 20Michigan 1
  • Louisville 11Michigan 9 (Michigan excluded)
  • Louisville advances to Super Regional

Gainesville, FL, Regional: June 3-6

  • Oklahoma 16freedom 3
  • Florida 7Central Michigan 3
  • Central Michigan 3Liberty 2 (Liberty eliminated)
  • Oklahoma 9Florida 4
  • Florida 6Central Michigan 5 (Central Michigan eliminated)
  • Florida 7Oklahoma 2
  • Oklahoma 5Florida 4 (Florida Elimination)
  • Oklahoma advances to Super Regional

Blacksburg, Virginia, regional: June 3-6

  • Colombia 8Gonzaga 2
  • Virginia Tech 15Wright State 9
  • Gonzaga 11Wright State 9 (Wright State excluded)
  • Virginia Tech 24Colombia 4
  • Colombia 15Gonzaga 6
  • Virginia Tech 7Colombia 2 (Colombia excluded)
  • Virginia Tech advances to Super Regionals

Stanford, CA, regional: June 3-6

  • Stanford 207 . Binghamton
  • Texas 7University of California, Santa Barbara 3
  • University of California Santa Barbara 9Binghamton 4 (Binghamton excluded)
  • Texas 5Stanford 2
  • Stanford 8UC Santa Barbara 4 (UC Santa Barbara excluded)
  • Stanford 8Texas 4
  • Stanford 4Texas 3 (Texas eliminated)
  • Stanford advances to Super Regional

College Park, Maryland, Regional: June 3-6

  • Yukon 8Wake Forest 7
  • Maryland 23LIU 2
  • Wake Forest 10LIU 4 (LIU excluded)
  • Yukon 10Maryland 5
  • Maryland 10Wake Forest 5 (Wake Forest eliminated)
  • Maryland 7Yukon 6
  • Yukon 11Maryland 8 (Maryland eliminated)
  • UConn advances to Super Regionals

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, regional: June 3-6

  • North Carolina 15Hofstra 4
  • Virginia Commonwealth University 8Georgia 1
  • Georgia 24Hofstra 1 (Hofstra excluded)
  • Virginia Commonwealth University 4North Carolina 3
  • North Carolina 6Georgia 5 (UGA excluded)
  • North Carolina 19Virginia Commonwealth University 8
  • North Carolina 7VCU 3 (VCU excluded)
  • North Carolina advances to Super Regionals

Stillwater, Oklahoma, Regional: June 3-6

  • Arkansas 7Grand Canyon 1
  • Oklahoma 10Missouri 5
  • Missouri 8Grand Canyon 7 (The Grand Canyon has been wiped out)
  • Arkansas 2012 . Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma 29Missouri 15 (Missouri Elimination)
  • Oklahoma 14Arkansas 10
  • Arkansas 7Oklahoma State 3 (Oklahoma State Elimination)
  • Arkansas advances to Super Regional

Coral Gables, Florida, Regional: June 3-6

  • Miami 11Canisius 6
  • Ole Miss 74 . Arizona
  • Arizona 7Canisius 5 (Canisius eliminated)
  • Ole Miss 2Miami 1
  • Arizona 4Miami 3 (Miami eliminated)
  • Oli Miss 22Arizona 6 (Arizona excluded)
  • Ole Miss advances to Super Regionals

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Regional: June 3-6

  • Miss South 2army 0
  • LSU 1411 . Kennesaw State
  • Kennesaw State 98th Army (Eliminate Army)
  • LSU 7Miss South 6
  • Miss South 4Kennesaw State 3 (Kennesaw State eliminated)
  • Miss South 8LSU 4
  • Miss South 8LSU 7 (LSU excluded)
  • Miss South advances to Super Regional

Auburn, Alabama, regional: June 3-6

  • FSU 5University of California 3
  • Auburn 197 . Southeast Louisiana
  • UCLA 16Southeast Louisiana 2 (Southeast Louisiana eliminated)
  • Auburn 21FSU 7
  • University of California 2FSU 1 (FSU excluded)
  • Auburn 11UCLA 4 (UCLA excluded)
  • Auburn advances to Super Regional

Corvallis, Oregon, Regional: June 3-6

  • San Diego 3Vanderbilt 2
  • Oregon 5New Mexico State 4
  • Vanderbilt 21New Mexico State 1 (North Mediterranean State eliminated)
  • Oregon 12San Diego 3
  • Vanderbilt 14San Diego 4 (San Diego excluded)
  • Vanderbilt 8Oregon 1
  • Oregon 76 Vanderbilt (Vanderbilt Disqualified)
  • Oregon advances to Super Regional

2022 NCAA Baseball Championship Top 16 Seeds

Below is a list of the top 16 manufacturers of the NCAA Baseball Tournament and regional hosting locations.

1 – Tennessee Volunteers (Cancelled)
2 – Stanford (dismissed)
3. Oregon (Judiciary
4. Virginia Tech (dismissed)
5. Texas A&M (applied to College World Series)
6. Miami (Florida) (excluded)
7- Oklahoma (eliminated)
8. East Carolina (Excluded)
9. Texas (Cancelled)
10- North Carolina (Cancelled)
11. Miss South (Removed)
12 – Louisville (Cancelled)
13. Florida (Cancelled)
14. Auburn (Excluded)
15 – Maryland (Cancelled)
16 – South Georgia Region (Cancelled)

History of the NCAA Baseball Championship

Who are the previous National Leagues named by the NCAA baseball championships in recent years? Here is a list of the new winners of the annual baseball tournament:

  • 2021: Mississippi
  • 2020: Canceled due to COVID-19
  • 2019: Vanderbilt
  • 2018: Oregon
  • 2017: Florida
  • 2016: Coastal Carolina
  • 2015: Virginia
  • 2014: Vanderbilt
  • 2013: University of California
  • 2012: Arizona
  • 2011: South Carolina
  • 2010: South Carolina
  • 2009: LSU
  • 2008: Fresno State
  • 2007: Oregon
  • 2006: Oregon
  • 2005: Texas
  • 2004: Cal Fullerton State
  • 2003: Rice
  • 2002: Texas
  • 2001: Miami (Florida)
  • 2000: LSU

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