Top-ranked Tennessee leads the field in the 2022 NCAA Division I college baseball tournament, with the field of 64 teams all looking to secure a trip to Omaha and a spot in the College World Series. 

The Vols are one of nine teams from the SEC in the field, which ties the ACC for the most by any conference. However, reigning national champion Mississippi State will not have a chance to defend its title after failing to qualify for this year’s tournament. 

The Regionals will be played June 3-6 at 16 sites, hosted by the top 16 overall seeds. The Super Regionals will be played June 10-12 or June 11-13, with the eight sites announced by the NCAA on June 7. 

The Men’s College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, begins on June 17, with the best-of-3 finals starting June 25.

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A look at the regional, super regional and College World Series schedule, with results as the games are played: 

All times Eastern and subject to change

Knoxville Regional

Hosted by No. 1 overall seed Tennessee 

#2 Georgia Tech (34-22) vs. #3 Campbell (40-17), 12 p.m SECN

#1 Tennessee (53-7) vs. #4 Alabama State (34-23), 6 p.m., ESPN+

Stanford Regional 

Hosted by No. 2 overall seed Stanford

#2 Texas State (45-12) vs. #3 UC-Santa Barbara (43-12), 2 p.m., ACCN

#1 Stanford (41-14) vs. #4 Binghamton (22-28), 7 p.m., ESPN+

Corvallis Regional 

Hosted by No. 3 overall seed Oregon State

#3 San Diego (36 – 18) vs. #2 Vanderbilt (36 – 21), 4 p.m., ESPNU

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