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NCAA announces postseason field
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, May 27, 2013




-- National seeds are listed on the left, seed denoted in parenthesis. Regional on the right matches up to be projected NCAA Super Regional.
* Denotes automatic bid
^ Denotes at-large bid


2013 NCAA Postseason Bracket
Chapel Hill, N.C., Regional
1. North Carolina* (1)
4. Canisius*

2. Florida Atlantic*
3. Towson*
Columbia, S.C. Regional
1. South Carolina^
4. Saint Louis*

2. Clemson^
3. Liberty*
Nashville, Tenn., Regional
1. Vanderbilt^ (2)
4. East Tennessee State*

2. Georgia Tech^
3. Illinois^
Louisville, Ky., Regional
1. Louisville^
4. Bowling Green State*

2. Miami (Fla.)^
3. Oklahoma State^
Corvallis, Ore., Regional
1. Oregon State* (3)
4. Texas-San Antonio*

2. Texas A&M^
3. UC Santa Barbara^
Manhattan, Kan., Regional
1. Kansas State^
4. Wichita State*

2. Arkansas^
3. Bryant*
Baton Rouge, La., Regional
1. Louisiana State* (4)
4. Jackson State*

2. Louisiana-Lafayette^
3. Sam Houston State^
Blacksburg, Va., Regional
1. Virginia Tech^
4. Connecticut*

2. Oklahoma*
3. Coastal Carolina^
Fullerton, Calif., Regional
1. Cal State Fullerton* (5)
4. Columbia*

2. Arizona State^
3. New Mexico^
Los Angeles Regional
1. UCLA^
4. San Diego State*

2. Cal Poly^
3. San Diego*
Charlottesville, Va., Regional
1. Virginia^ (6)
4. Army*

2. UNC Wilmington^
3. Elon*
Starkville, Miss., Regional
1. Mississippi State^
4. Central Arkansas*

2. South Alabama^
3. Mercer^
Tallahassee, Fla., Regional

1. Florida State^ (7)
4. Savannah State*

2. Alabama^
3. Troy^
Bloomington, Ind., Regional
1. Indiana*
4. Valparaiso*

2. Austin Peay*
3. Florida^
Eugene, Ore., Regional
1. Oregon^ (8)
4. South Dakota State*

2. Rice*
3. San Francisco^
Raleigh, N.C. Regional

1. N.C. State^
4. Binghamton*

2. Ole Miss^
3. William & Mary^
 
Conference automatic bids

America East: Binghamton
Atlantic 10: Saint Louis
Atlantic Coast: North Carolina
Atlantic Sun: East Tennessee State
Big Ten: Indiana
Big 12: Oklahoma
Big East: Connecticut
Big South: Liberty
Big West: Cal State Fullerton
Colonial Athletic: Towson
Conference USA: Rice
Horizon: Valparaiso
Ivy League: Columbia
Metro Atlantic: Canisius
Mid-American: Bowling Green
Mid-Eastern Athletic: Savannah State
Missouri Valley: Wichita State
Mountain West: San Diego State
Northeast: Bryant
Ohio Valley: Austin Peay
Pac-12: Oregon State
Patriot: Army
Southeastern: LSU
Southern: Elon
Southland: Central Arkansas
Southwestern Athletic: Jackson State
Summit: South Dakota State
Sun Belt: Florida Atlantic
West Coast: San Diego
Western Athletic: Texas-San Antonio

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