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When Nolan Fontana’s leadoff home run left his bat in the first inning of Saturday’s NCAA Gainesville Regional baseball winners’ bracket game, his Florida teammates, especially Josh Adams, had a feeling how the night was going to go for the Gators against Oregon State.

“That momentum just carried throughout the whole game with him leading it off like that,” Adams said.

The Gators then scored seven runs in the third inning and cruised to a 10-2 victory Saturday night at McKethan Stadium. The victory was Florida’s second in the regional and sent the Gators (44-15) into Sunday night’s championship game against the winner of the 1 p.m. elimination game between Florida Atlantic (36-23) and Oregon State (32-23).

Florida’s big inning almost ended before it could get started. Tyler Thompson singled to lead off and Fontana and Bryson Smith walked to load the bases against Oregon State starter Sam Gaviglio. But Preston Tucker lined a 1-0 pitch right back at Gaviglio, who then threw to first to double up Smith, and it looked like Gaviglio and the Beavers might escape unharmed.

“It was kind of deflating,” Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan said. “All of a sudden, you’re left scratching your head.”

But as he has done so many times in winning the SEC Freshman of the Year honor, Austin Maddox stepped up and singled to right, scoring Thompson and Fontana. Half of Maddox’s team-leading 68 RBI have come with two outs.

After Matt den Dekker was intentionally walked, Mike Zunino lined a double in the left-center gap, scoring both Maddox and den Dekker. Brian Johnson followed by scorching a triple down the right-field line, scoring Zunino and the rout was on.

Adams then drove a towering two-run home run into the bullpen in right, pushing Florida’s lead to 8-0 after three innings. Tyler Thompson tripled to right, ending Gaviglio’s night, but Fontana grounded out to end the inning – seven runs with two outs on six hits.

“The hits just started coming,” O’Sullivan said. “Our offense did a really good job in the third.”

Matt den Dekker added a fifth-inning solo home run that went over the right-field scoreboard. The Gators capped their scoring with a ninth-inning RBI single by Daniel Pigott.

Adams ended the night going 2-for-5 with two RBI. His second hit was a double that hit a foot from the top of the wall. He later flew out to the center field warning track. There have been multiple points earlier this season when the two-time All-SEC second baseman thought he was turning things around, but Saturday night lifted his confidence at the right time. Florida couldn’t be happier that Adams has found his batting eye.

“The ball … finally,” Adams joked when asked what he saw at the plate. “My first at-bat I could tell they were going to try and throw me away the rest of the game. I just committed that way and put good swings on the ball.”

Starting left-hander Alex Panteliodis (10-2) wasn’t as sharp as usual. He fell behind hitters, which elevated his pitch count above where it usually is. He went five innings, giving up five hits and two runs while tying his season high with eight strikeouts. He previously struck out eight on March 5 at Miami. He became the first Florida pitcher to win 10 games since Alan Horne did in 2005.

“I mainly threw fastballs tonight and worked both sides of the plate,” Panteliodis said. “The fastball inside worked a lot tonight. They were looking away with two strikes and I got it by them.”

Greg Larson relieved Panteliodis, working two innings without allowing a base runner and recording three strikeouts. Junior Matt Campbell worked a scoreless eighth inning, and senior Chas Spottswood finished the game off with a scoreless ninth inning.

In four innings of work for the Florida bullpen, Oregon State managed just two baserunners. On the night, the four Florida pitchers recorded 12 strikeouts and allowed two walks.

“Once again, it all starts on the mound for us,” O’Sullivan said. “Our pitching was really good.”

Sunday, freshman left-hander Brian Johnson (5-4, 4.41 ERA) is expected to get the start for Florida against the Florida Atlantic-Oregon State winner.

NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

REGIONALS / Friday-Monday, June 4-7 / Double-elimination

(1) ARIZONA STATE / TEMPE REGIONAL

Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark / Host: Arizona State University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Hawaii 4, (2) San Diego 3

Game 2: (1) Arizona State 6, (4) Milwaukee 2

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) San Diego 22, (4) Milwaukee 1 Milwaukee (33-26) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Arizona State 12, (3) Hawaii 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) San Diego (37-21) vs. (3) Hawaii (34-27), 4 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Arizona State (49-8) vs. Winner Game 5, 9 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6,

ARKANSAS / FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL

Baum Stadium / Host: University of Arkansas

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Arkansas 19, (4) Grambling State 7

Game 2: (2) Washington State 8, (3) Kansas State 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Kansas State 9, (4) Grambling State 8 Grambling State (22-32) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Arkansas 6, (2) Washington State 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Kansas State (37-21) vs. (2) Washington State (35-21), 3 p.m.Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Arkansas (42-18) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

AUBURN / AUBURN REGIONAL

Plainsman Park / Host: Auburn University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Clemson 10, (3) Southern Mississippi 1

Game 2: (1) Auburn 9, (4) Jacksonville State 7

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Southern Mississippi 19, (4) Jacksonville State 6 Jacksonville State (32-26) eliminated

Game 4: (2) Clemson 5, (1) Auburn 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Southern Mississippi (36-23) vs. (1) Auburn (41-20), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (2) Clemson (40-21) vs. Winner Game 5, 6 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

GEORGIA TECH / ATLANTA RGIONAL

Russ Chandler Stadium / Host: Georgia Institute of Technology

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Alabama 11, (3) Elon 2

Game 2: (1) Georgia Tech 10, (4) Mercer 0

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Mercer 13, (3) Elon 7 Elon (38-24) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Georgia Tech 5, (2) Alabama 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Mercer (38-23) vs. (2) Alabama (38-23), 3 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Georgia Tech (47-13) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

(5) VIRGINIA / CHARLOTTESVILLE REGIONAL

Davenport Field / Host: University of Virginia

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Virginia 15, (4) Virginia Commonwealth 4

Game 2: (2) Mississippi 10, (3) St. John’s 5

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) St. John’s 8, (4) Virginia Commonwealth 6 Virginia Commonwealth (34-26-1) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Virginia 13, (2) Mississippi 7

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) St. John’s (41-19) vs. (2) Mississippi (39-23), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Virginia (49-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 6 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 6 p.m.

OKLAHOMA / NORMAN REGIONAL

L. Dale Mitchell Park / Host: Oklahoma University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Oklahoma 7, (4) Oral Roberts 6 (10 innings)

Game 2: (3) North Carolina 12, (2) California 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Oral Roberts 9, (2) California 8 California (29-25) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Oklahoma 7, (3) North Carolina 6 (10 innings)

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Oral Roberts (36-26) vs. (3) North Carolina (37-21), 2 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Oklahoma (46-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

SOUTH CAROLINA / COLUMBIA REGIONAL

Carolina Stadium / Host: University of South Carolina

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) The Citadel 7, (2) Virginia Tech 2

Game 2: (1) South Carolina 9, (4) Bucknell 5

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Virginia Tech 16, (4) Bucknell 7 Bucknell (25-35) eliminated

Game 4: (1) South Carolina 9, (3) The Citadel 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Virginia Tech (39-21) vs. (3) The Citadel (43-21), 2 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) South Carolina (45-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(4) COASTAL CAROLINA / MYRTLE BEACH REGIONAL

BB&T Coastal Field / Host: Coastal Carolina University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Coastal Carolina 6, (4) Stony Brook 0

Game 2: (2) College of Charleston 9, (3) North Carolina State 6

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Stony Brook 6, (3) North Carolina State 2 North Carolina State (38-24) eliminated

Game 4: (2) College of Charleston 16, (1) Coastal Carolina 6

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Stony Brook (30-26) vs. (1) Coastal Carolina (52-8), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (2) College of Charleston (44-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(2) TEXAS / AUSTIN REGIONAL

UFCU Disch-Falk Field / Host: University of Texas

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Louisiana-Lafayette 1, (2) Rice 0

Game 2: (1) Texas 11, (4) Rider 0

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Rice 19, (4) Rider 1 Rider (36-23) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Texas 4, (3) Louisiana-Lafayette 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Rice (39-22) vs. (3) Louisiana-Lafayette (37-22), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Texas (48-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 7:30 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 2 p.m.

TEXAS CHRISTIAN / FORT WORTH REGIONAL

Lupton Stadium / Host: Texas Christian University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Arizona 10, (2) Baylor 9

Game 2: (1) Texas Christian 16, (4) Lamar 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Baylor 6, (4) Lamar 4 Lamar (35-26) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Texas Christian 11, (3) Arizona 5

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Baylor (35-23) vs. (3) Arizona (34-23), 3 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Texas Christian (48-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

CONNECTICUT / NORWICH REGIONAL

Sen. Thomas J. Todd Memorial Stadium / Host: University of Connecticut

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Florida State 11, (4) Central Connecticut State 3

Game 2: (3) Oregon 5, (2) Connecticut 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Connecticut 25, (4) Central Connecticut State 5 (4) Central Connecticut State (33-23) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Florida State 6, (3) Oregon 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Connecticut (48-15) vs. (3) Oregon (39-23), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Florida State (44-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

LOUISVILLE / LOUISVILLE REGIONAL

Jim Patterson Stadium / Host: University of Louisville

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Vanderbilt 8, (3) Illinois State 7 (13 innings)

Game 2: (1) Louisville 11, (4) St. Louis 2

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Illinois State 8, (4) St. Louis 3 St. Louis (33-29) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Louisville 7, (2) Vanderbilt 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Illinois State (32-23) vs. (2) Vanderbilt (42-18), 12 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Louisville (50-12) vs. Winner Game 5, 4 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 6 p.m.

(6) UCLA / LOS ANGELES REGIONAL

Jackie Robinson Stadium / Host: University of California, Los Angeles

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Louisiana State 11, (3) UC Irvine 10 (11 innings)

Game 2: (1) UCLA 15, (4) Kent State 1

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) UC Irvine 19, (4) Kent State 9 Kent State (39-24) eliminated

Game 4: (1) UCLA 6, (2) Louisiana State 3

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) UC Irvine (38-20) vs. (2) Louisiana State (41-21), 5 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) UCLA (45-13) vs. Winner Game 5, 9 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 9 p.m.

CAL STATE FULLERTON / FULLERTON REGIONAL

Goodwin Field / Host: California State University at Fullerton

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) New Mexico 9, (2) Stanford 5

Game 2: (4) Minnesota 3, (1) Cal State Fullerton 1

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (1) Cal State Fullerton 6, (2) Stanford 5 Stanford (31-25) eliminated

Game 4: (4) Minnesota 6, (3) New Mexico 4 (10 innings)

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (1) Cal State Fullerton (42-16) vs. (3) New Mexico (38-21), 7 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (4) Minnesota (32-28) vs. Winner Game 5, 11 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 11 p.m.

MIAMI, FLA. / CORAL GABLES REGIONAL

Alex Rodriguez Park / Host: University of Miami

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Texas A&M 17, (3) Florida International 3

Game 2: (1) Miami, Fla. 12, (4) Dartmouth 8

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Dartmouth 15, (3) Florida International 9 Florida International (36-25) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Miami, Fla. 14, (2) Texas A&M 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Dartmouth (27-18) vs. (2) Texas A&M (41-20-1), 12 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Miami, Fla. (42-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 4 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(3) FLORIDA / GAINESVILLE REGIONAL

McKethan Stadium / Host: University of Florida

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Oregon State 6, (2) Florida Atlantic 4

Game 2: (1) Florida 7, (4) Bethune-Cookman 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Florida Atlantic 12, (4) Bethune-Cookman 6 Bethune Cookman (36-22) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Florida 10, (3) Oregon State 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Florida Atlantic (36-23) vs. (3) Oregon State (32-23), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Florida (44-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

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When Nolan Fontana’s leadoff home run left his bat in the first inning of Saturday’s NCAA Gainesville Regional baseball winners’ bracket game, his Florida teammates, especially Josh Adams, had a feeling how the night was going to go for the Gators against Oregon State.

“That momentum just carried throughout the whole game with him leading it off like that,” Adams said.

The Gators then scored seven runs in the third inning and cruised to a 10-2 victory Saturday night at McKethan Stadium. The victory was Florida’s second in the regional and sent the Gators (44-15) into Sunday night’s championship game against the winner of the 1 p.m. elimination game between Florida Atlantic (36-23) and Oregon State (32-23).

Florida’s big inning almost ended before it could get started. Tyler Thompson singled to lead off and Fontana and Bryson Smith walked to load the bases against Oregon State starter Sam Gaviglio. But Preston Tucker lined a 1-0 pitch right back at Gaviglio, who then threw to first to double up Smith, and it looked like Gaviglio and the Beavers might escape unharmed.

“It was kind of deflating,” Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan said. “All of a sudden, you’re left scratching your head.”

But as he has done so many times in winning the SEC Freshman of the Year honor, Austin Maddox stepped up and singled to right, scoring Thompson and Fontana. Half of Maddox’s team-leading 68 RBI have come with two outs.

After Matt den Dekker was intentionally walked, Mike Zunino lined a double in the left-center gap, scoring both Maddox and den Dekker. Brian Johnson followed by scorching a triple down the right-field line, scoring Zunino and the rout was on.

Adams then drove a towering two-run home run into the bullpen in right, pushing Florida’s lead to 8-0 after three innings. Tyler Thompson tripled to right, ending Gaviglio’s night, but Fontana grounded out to end the inning – seven runs with two outs on six hits.

“The hits just started coming,” O’Sullivan said. “Our offense did a really good job in the third.”

Matt den Dekker added a fifth-inning solo home run that went over the right-field scoreboard. The Gators capped their scoring with a ninth-inning RBI single by Daniel Pigott.

Adams ended the night going 2-for-5 with two RBI. His second hit was a double that hit a foot from the top of the wall. He later flew out to the center field warning track. There have been multiple points earlier this season when the two-time All-SEC second baseman thought he was turning things around, but Saturday night lifted his confidence at the right time. Florida couldn’t be happier that Adams has found his batting eye.

“The ball … finally,” Adams joked when asked what he saw at the plate. “My first at-bat I could tell they were going to try and throw me away the rest of the game. I just committed that way and put good swings on the ball.”

Starting left-hander Alex Panteliodis (10-2) wasn’t as sharp as usual. He fell behind hitters, which elevated his pitch count above where it usually is. He went five innings, giving up five hits and two runs while tying his season high with eight strikeouts. He previously struck out eight on March 5 at Miami. He became the first Florida pitcher to win 10 games since Alan Horne did in 2005.

“I mainly threw fastballs tonight and worked both sides of the plate,” Panteliodis said. “The fastball inside worked a lot tonight. They were looking away with two strikes and I got it by them.”

Greg Larson relieved Panteliodis, working two innings without allowing a base runner and recording three strikeouts. Junior Matt Campbell worked a scoreless eighth inning, and senior Chas Spottswood finished the game off with a scoreless ninth inning.

In four innings of work for the Florida bullpen, Oregon State managed just two baserunners. On the night, the four Florida pitchers recorded 12 strikeouts and allowed two walks.

“Once again, it all starts on the mound for us,” O’Sullivan said. “Our pitching was really good.”

Sunday, freshman left-hander Brian Johnson (5-4, 4.41 ERA) is expected to get the start for Florida against the Florida Atlantic-Oregon State winner.

NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

REGIONALS / Friday-Monday, June 4-7 / Double-elimination

(1) ARIZONA STATE / TEMPE REGIONAL

Winkles Field-Packard Stadium at Brock Ballpark / Host: Arizona State University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Hawaii 4, (2) San Diego 3

Game 2: (1) Arizona State 6, (4) Milwaukee 2

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) San Diego 22, (4) Milwaukee 1 Milwaukee (33-26) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Arizona State 12, (3) Hawaii 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) San Diego (37-21) vs. (3) Hawaii (34-27), 4 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Arizona State (49-8) vs. Winner Game 5, 9 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6,

ARKANSAS / FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL

Baum Stadium / Host: University of Arkansas

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Arkansas 19, (4) Grambling State 7

Game 2: (2) Washington State 8, (3) Kansas State 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Kansas State 9, (4) Grambling State 8 Grambling State (22-32) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Arkansas 6, (2) Washington State 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Kansas State (37-21) vs. (2) Washington State (35-21), 3 p.m.Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Arkansas (42-18) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

AUBURN / AUBURN REGIONAL

Plainsman Park / Host: Auburn University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Clemson 10, (3) Southern Mississippi 1

Game 2: (1) Auburn 9, (4) Jacksonville State 7

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Southern Mississippi 19, (4) Jacksonville State 6 Jacksonville State (32-26) eliminated

Game 4: (2) Clemson 5, (1) Auburn 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Southern Mississippi (36-23) vs. (1) Auburn (41-20), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (2) Clemson (40-21) vs. Winner Game 5, 6 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

GEORGIA TECH / ATLANTA RGIONAL

Russ Chandler Stadium / Host: Georgia Institute of Technology

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Alabama 11, (3) Elon 2

Game 2: (1) Georgia Tech 10, (4) Mercer 0

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Mercer 13, (3) Elon 7 Elon (38-24) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Georgia Tech 5, (2) Alabama 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Mercer (38-23) vs. (2) Alabama (38-23), 3 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Georgia Tech (47-13) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

(5) VIRGINIA / CHARLOTTESVILLE REGIONAL

Davenport Field / Host: University of Virginia

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Virginia 15, (4) Virginia Commonwealth 4

Game 2: (2) Mississippi 10, (3) St. John’s 5

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) St. John’s 8, (4) Virginia Commonwealth 6 Virginia Commonwealth (34-26-1) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Virginia 13, (2) Mississippi 7

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) St. John’s (41-19) vs. (2) Mississippi (39-23), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Virginia (49-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 6 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 6 p.m.

OKLAHOMA / NORMAN REGIONAL

L. Dale Mitchell Park / Host: Oklahoma University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Oklahoma 7, (4) Oral Roberts 6 (10 innings)

Game 2: (3) North Carolina 12, (2) California 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Oral Roberts 9, (2) California 8 California (29-25) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Oklahoma 7, (3) North Carolina 6 (10 innings)

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Oral Roberts (36-26) vs. (3) North Carolina (37-21), 2 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Oklahoma (46-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

SOUTH CAROLINA / COLUMBIA REGIONAL

Carolina Stadium / Host: University of South Carolina

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) The Citadel 7, (2) Virginia Tech 2

Game 2: (1) South Carolina 9, (4) Bucknell 5

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Virginia Tech 16, (4) Bucknell 7 Bucknell (25-35) eliminated

Game 4: (1) South Carolina 9, (3) The Citadel 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Virginia Tech (39-21) vs. (3) The Citadel (43-21), 2 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) South Carolina (45-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(4) COASTAL CAROLINA / MYRTLE BEACH REGIONAL

BB&T Coastal Field / Host: Coastal Carolina University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Coastal Carolina 6, (4) Stony Brook 0

Game 2: (2) College of Charleston 9, (3) North Carolina State 6

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Stony Brook 6, (3) North Carolina State 2 North Carolina State (38-24) eliminated

Game 4: (2) College of Charleston 16, (1) Coastal Carolina 6

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Stony Brook (30-26) vs. (1) Coastal Carolina (52-8), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (2) College of Charleston (44-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(2) TEXAS / AUSTIN REGIONAL

UFCU Disch-Falk Field / Host: University of Texas

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Louisiana-Lafayette 1, (2) Rice 0

Game 2: (1) Texas 11, (4) Rider 0

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Rice 19, (4) Rider 1 Rider (36-23) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Texas 4, (3) Louisiana-Lafayette 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Rice (39-22) vs. (3) Louisiana-Lafayette (37-22), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Texas (48-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 7:30 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 2 p.m.

TEXAS CHRISTIAN / FORT WORTH REGIONAL

Lupton Stadium / Host: Texas Christian University

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Arizona 10, (2) Baylor 9

Game 2: (1) Texas Christian 16, (4) Lamar 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Baylor 6, (4) Lamar 4 Lamar (35-26) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Texas Christian 11, (3) Arizona 5

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Baylor (35-23) vs. (3) Arizona (34-23), 3 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Texas Christian (48-11) vs. Winner Game 5, 8 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 8 p.m.

CONNECTICUT / NORWICH REGIONAL

Sen. Thomas J. Todd Memorial Stadium / Host: University of Connecticut

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (1) Florida State 11, (4) Central Connecticut State 3

Game 2: (3) Oregon 5, (2) Connecticut 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Connecticut 25, (4) Central Connecticut State 5 (4) Central Connecticut State (33-23) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Florida State 6, (3) Oregon 4

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Connecticut (48-15) vs. (3) Oregon (39-23), 2 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Florida State (44-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

LOUISVILLE / LOUISVILLE REGIONAL

Jim Patterson Stadium / Host: University of Louisville

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Vanderbilt 8, (3) Illinois State 7 (13 innings)

Game 2: (1) Louisville 11, (4) St. Louis 2

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) Illinois State 8, (4) St. Louis 3 St. Louis (33-29) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Louisville 7, (2) Vanderbilt 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) Illinois State (32-23) vs. (2) Vanderbilt (42-18), 12 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Louisville (50-12) vs. Winner Game 5, 4 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 6 p.m.

(6) UCLA / LOS ANGELES REGIONAL

Jackie Robinson Stadium / Host: University of California, Los Angeles

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Louisiana State 11, (3) UC Irvine 10 (11 innings)

Game 2: (1) UCLA 15, (4) Kent State 1

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (3) UC Irvine 19, (4) Kent State 9 Kent State (39-24) eliminated

Game 4: (1) UCLA 6, (2) Louisiana State 3

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (3) UC Irvine (38-20) vs. (2) Louisiana State (41-21), 5 p.m.  Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) UCLA (45-13) vs. Winner Game 5, 9 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 9 p.m.

CAL STATE FULLERTON / FULLERTON REGIONAL

Goodwin Field / Host: California State University at Fullerton

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) New Mexico 9, (2) Stanford 5

Game 2: (4) Minnesota 3, (1) Cal State Fullerton 1

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (1) Cal State Fullerton 6, (2) Stanford 5 Stanford (31-25) eliminated

Game 4: (4) Minnesota 6, (3) New Mexico 4 (10 innings)

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (1) Cal State Fullerton (42-16) vs. (3) New Mexico (38-21), 7 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (4) Minnesota (32-28) vs. Winner Game 5, 11 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 11 p.m.

MIAMI, FLA. / CORAL GABLES REGIONAL

Alex Rodriguez Park / Host: University of Miami

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (2) Texas A&M 17, (3) Florida International 3

Game 2: (1) Miami, Fla. 12, (4) Dartmouth 8

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (4) Dartmouth 15, (3) Florida International 9 Florida International (36-25) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Miami, Fla. 14, (2) Texas A&M 1

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (4) Dartmouth (27-18) vs. (2) Texas A&M (41-20-1), 12 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Miami, Fla. (42-17) vs. Winner Game 5, 4 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

(3) FLORIDA / GAINESVILLE REGIONAL

McKethan Stadium / Host: University of Florida

Friday, June 4

Game 1: (3) Oregon State 6, (2) Florida Atlantic 4

Game 2: (1) Florida 7, (4) Bethune-Cookman 3

Saturday, June 5

Game 3: (2) Florida Atlantic 12, (4) Bethune-Cookman 6 Bethune Cookman (36-22) eliminated

Game 4: (1) Florida 10, (3) Oregon State 2

Sunday, June 6

Game 5: (2) Florida Atlantic (36-23) vs. (3) Oregon State (32-23), 1 p.m. Loser eliminated

Game 6: (1) Florida (44-15) vs. Winner Game 5, 7 p.m.

Monday, June 7

Game 7 (If necessary): Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6, 7 p.m.

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