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Monday, May 26, 2014

2014 NCAA Postseason pairings

Kendall Rogers        

 

BIDS BY CONFERENCE

Southeastern (10): Florida, LSU, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Alabama, Texas A&M

Atlantic Coast (7): Florida State, Maryland, Miami, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia Tech, Clemson

Big 12 (5): Texas Christian, Oklahoma State, Texas, Kansas, Texas Tech

Pac-12 (5): 
Oregon State, Oregon, Arizona State, Stanford, Washington


Big West (4): 
Cal Poly, UC Irvine, Long Beach State, Cal State Fullerton

American Athletic (2): Louisville, Houston

Missouri Valley (2): Indiana State, Dallas Baptist

Conference USA (2): Rice, Old Dominion

Southland (2): Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana

Big South (2): Liberty, Campbell

Mountain West (2): San Diego State, UNLV

Big Ten (2): Indiana, Nebraska


 
-- The national seeds are listed on the left, seed denoted in parenthesis. Regional on the right matches up to be NCAA Super Regional.


NCAA Postseason Field of 64
CORVALLIS, Ore.

1. Oregon State (1)
4. North Dakota State

2. UNLV
3. UC Irvine

STILLWATER, Okla.
1. Oklahoma State
4. Binghamton

2. Nebraska
3. Cal State Fullerton

GAINESVILLE, Fla.
1. Florida (2)
4. College of Charleston

2. Long Beach State
3. North Carolina

MIAMI, Fla.

1. Miami
4. Bethune-Cookman

2. Texas Tech
3. Columbia

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.
1. Virginia* (3)
4. Bucknell

2. Arkansas
3. Liberty

COLUMBIA, SC

1. South Carolina
4. Campbell

2. Maryland
3. Old Dominion 

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.
1. Indiana (4)
4. Youngstown State

2. Indiana State
3. Stanford

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
1. Vanderbilt
4. Xavier

2. Oregon
3. Clemson

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
1. Florida State (5)
4. Georgia Southern

2. Alabama
3. Kennesaw State

LOUISVILLE, Ky.
1. Louisville
4. Kent State

2. Kentucky
3. Kansas

LAFAYETTE, La.
1. Louisiana-Lafayette (6)
4. Jackson State

2. Mississippi State
3. San Diego State

OXFORD, Miss.

1. Mississippi
4. Jacksonville State

2. Washington
3. Georgia Tech

FORT WORTH, Texas.
1. Texas Christian (7)
4. Siena

2. Dallas Baptist
3. Sam Houston State

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.

1. Cal Poly
4. Sacramento State

2. Arizona State
3. Pepperdine

BATON ROUGE, La.
1. Louisiana State (8)
4. Southeastern Louisiana

2. Houston
3. Bryant

HOUSTON, Texas
1. Rice
4. George Mason

2. Texas 
3. Texas A&M

 
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