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Super Regional Matchups for Remaining SEC Baseball Teams

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Ten SEC teams entered the Regional round of the NCAA College Baseball tournament this past weekend, but only six came out on the other side and are heading to the Super Regionals.

Who’s in? (2) Florida, (5) LSU, (12) Kentucky, (15) South Carolina, (16) Alabama, and Tennessee.

Who’s out? That would be (3) Arkansas, (6) Vanderbilt, (13) Auburn, and Texas A&M.

Let’s break down the matchups ahead before anything else. Of the eight Super Regional locations, two of them will be direct SEC head-to-head matchups.

(2) Florida will host (15) South Carolina in the Gainesville Super Regional. Additionally, (5) LSU will host (12) Kentucky in the Baton Rouge Super Regional.

(16) Alabama will travel to take on overall tournament No. 1 seed Wake Forest in the Winston-Salem Super Regional this weekend.

That just leaves Tennessee, who will travel to take on Southern Miss in the Hattiesburg Super Regional.

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The SEC has more Super Regional representatives than any other conference. Here’s a look at the full Super Regional slate.

Winston-Salem Super Regional

  • (1) Wake Forest vs (16) Alabama

Gainesville Super Regional

  • (2) Florida vs (15) South Carolina

Stanford Super Regional

  • (8) Stanford vs Texas

Charlottesville Super Regional

  • (7) Virginia vs Duke

Baton Rouge Super Regional

  • (5) LSU vs (12) Kentucky

Eugene Super Regional

  • Oregon vs Oral Roberts

Hattiesburg Super Regional

  • Tennessee vs Southern Miss

Fort Worth Super Regional

  • (14) Indiana State vs TCU

Regional host seeds eliminated: (3) Arkansas, (4) Clemson, (6) Vanderbilt, (9) Miami, (10) Coastal Carolina, (11) Oklahoma State, (13) Auburn.

For a full look at the 2023 NCAA College Baseball tournament bracket, click here.

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