PK Park will again host NCAA Regional action as Oregon was named one of 16 sites. Photo by Citadel Group
The Oregon Ducks will be one of 16 regional hosts next weekend when the NCAA baseball tournament begins. PK Park hosted the regional and super regional action last season as Oregon lost to Kent State in a thrilling series in Eugene.
In addition to the Oregon Baseball teamtwo other PAC-12 teams have been named as sites next week with Oregon State and UCLA playing host. Below are the 16 sites and stadiums that will have NCAA baseball action, the full bracket will be announced on Monday morning at 8 am.
By conference the ACC leads the way with five (Florida State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia, Virginia Tech), SEC four (LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Vanderbilt), PAC-12 three (Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA) while the Big East (Louisville), Big XII (Kansas State), Big Ten (Indiana) and Big West (Cal State Fullerton) each have one.
Baton Rouge, LA – LSU Tigers (52-9) /Alex Box Stadium
Blacksburg, VA – Virginia Tech Hokies (38-20)/English Field
Bloomington, IN – Indiana Hoosiers (43-14)/Bart Kaufman Field
Chapel Hill, N.C. – North Carolina Tar Heels (52-8)/Boshamer Stadium
Charlottesville, VA – Virginia Cavalier (47-10)/Davenport Field
Columbia, S.C. – South Carolina Gamecocks (39-18)/Carolina Stadium
Corvallis, OR – Oregon State Beavers (45-10)/Goss Stadium
Eugene, OR – Oregon Ducks (45-14)/PK Park
Fullerton, CA – Cal State Fullerton Titans (48-8)/Goodwin Field
Los Angeles, CA – UCLA Bruins (39-17)/Jackie Robinson Stadium
Louisville, KY – Louisville Cardinals (46-10)/Jim Patterson Stadium
Manhattan, KS – Kansas State Wildcats (41-17)/Tointon Family Stadium
Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Commodores (51-9)/Hawkins Field
Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina Wolfpack (44-14)/Doak Field
Starkville, MS – Mississippi State Bulldogs (43-17)/Dude Noble Field
Tallahassee, FL – Florida State Seminoles (44-15)/Dick Howser Stadium
Full NCAA.com regional release