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Columbia Regional NCAA Baseball Pairings

11:36 AM, May 27, 2013   |    comments
South Carolina Gamecocks players huddle before their game against the Kent State Golden Flashes during game ten of the 2012 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park. Image Credit: Matt Ryerson-US PRESSWIRE
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Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- For the 15th time, South Carolina plays host to an NCAA Regional Baseball tournament.

Announced this afternoon, South Carolina (39-18) will host the 67th Annual NCAA D-1 Regional Baseball tournament.

Ranking:

(1) South Carolina Gamecocks
(2) Clemson
(3) Liberty (Lynchburg, VA)
(4) St. Louis

First round competition begins May 31st, with games at noon and 4PM daily, with the final Regional game June 3rd at 7PM.

Game 1: #2 Clemson starts off Friday at 1PM against #3 Liberty, followed by a 7PM start between #1 South Carolina & #4 St. Louis for Game 2.

Saturday's game times are:
Game 3: 2pm
Game 4: 8pm

Sunday's game times are:
Game 5: 1pm
Game 6: 7pm

Game 7 if necessary starts at 7pm Monday June 3rd.

Carolina Stadium is one of 16 Regional fields, each playing in a double-elimination format. 

Tickets can be purchased online now at www.GamecocksOnline.com/tickets

The next selection announcement will be the Super Regional hosts, coming late the night of June 3rd.

The other Regional hosts are:

2013 DIVISION I BASEBALL REGIONAL HOSTS
CITY, STATE VENUE HOST (RECORD)
Baton Rouge, La. Alex Box Stadium LSU (52-9)
Blacksburg, Va. English Field Virginia Tech (38-20)
Bloomington, Ind. Bart Kaufman Field Indiana (43-14)
Chapel Hill, N.C. Boshamer Stadium North Carolina (52-8)
Charlottesville, Va. Davenport Field Virginia (47-10)
Corvallis, Ore. Goss Stadium Oregon State (45-10)
Eugene, Ore. PK Park Oregon (45-14)
Fullerton, Calif. Goodwin Field Cal State Fullerton (48-8)
Los Angeles, Calif. Jackie Robinson Stadium UCLA (39-17)
Louisville, Ky. Jim Patterson Stadium Louisville (46-10)
Manhattan, Kan. Tointon Family Stadium Kansas State (41-17)
Nashville, Tenn. Hawkins Field Vanderbilt (51-9)
Raleigh, N.C. Doak Field North Carolina State (44-14)
Starkville, Miss. Dudy Noble Field Mississippi State (43-17)
Tallahassee, Fla. Dick Howser Stadium Florida State (44-15)
*Record through May 25.

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