2011 NCAA Baseball Bracket

REGIONALS
JUNE 3-6
(Double elimination)
SUPER REGIONALS
JUNE 10-13
(Best-of-three series)
COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
JUNE 18-25
(Double elimination)
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
JUNE 27-29
(Best-of-three series)
1 Virginia (49-9)
Navy (33-23-1)
 
St. John's (NY) (35-20)
East Carolina (39-19)
 
UCLA (33-22)
San Francisco (31-23)
 
UC Irvine (39-16)
Fresno St. (40-14)
 
TCU (42-17)
Oral Roberts (36-20)
 
Dallas Baptist (39-17)
Oklahoma (41-17)
 
8 Rice (41-19)
Alcorn St. (27-28)
 
California (31-20)
Baylor (29-26)
 
5 Florida St. (42-17)
BCC (36-23)
 
Alabama (33-26)
UCF (38-21)
 
Texas A&M (42-18)
Wright St. (36-17)
 
Seton Hall (33-23)
Arizona (36-19)
 
Clemson (41-18)
Sacred Heart (34-21)
 
Coastal Caro. (41-18)
Connecticut (41-17-1)
 
4 South Carolina (45-14)
Ga. Southern (36-24)
 
NC State (34-25)
Stetson (41-18)
 
2 Florida (45-16)
Manhattan (34-17)
 
Jacksonville (36-22)
Miami (FL) (36-21)
 
Georgia Tech (40-19)
Austin Peay (33-22)
 
Mississippi St. (34-23)
Southern Miss. (39-17)
 
Arizona St. (39-16)
New Mexico (20-39)
 
Charlotte (42-14)
Arkansas (38-20)
 
7 Texas (43-15)
Princeton (23-22)
 
Kent St. (43-15)
Texas St. (40-21)
 
6 Vanderbilt (47-10)
Belmont (36-24)
 
Troy (42-17)
Oklahoma St. (35-23)
 
Oregon St. (38-17)
UALR (24-32)
 
Georgia (31-30)
Creighton (44-14)
 
Cal St. Fullerton (40-15)
Illinois (28-25)
 
Kansas St. (36-23)
Stanford (32-20)
 
3 North Carolina (45-14)
Maine (32-22)
 
James Madison (40-17)
FIU (40-18-1)
 
Virginia (52-9)
vs.
UC Irvine (42-16)
 
Dallas Baptist (42-18)
vs.
California (35-21)
 
Florida St. (45-17)
vs.
Texas A&M (45-19)
 
Connecticut (45-18-1)
vs.
South Carolina (48-14)
 
Florida (48-16)
vs.
Mississippi State (37-23)
 
Arizona State (42-16)
vs.
Texas (47-15)
 
Vanderbilt (50-10)
vs.
Oregon State (41-17)
 
Stanford (35-20)
vs.
North Carolina (48-14)
 
*Host institution for regional round
Virginia (54-10)








California (37-21)











Texas A&M (47-20)







South Carolina (50-14)
 
Florida (50-17)








Texas (49-17











Vanderbilt (52-10)







North Carolina (50-14)
 
South Carolina, 2-0





Florida