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NCAA Field Announced; 10 Texas/Oklahoma Teams

The field is set for the 2011 NCAA D-I Baseball Tournament, with 10 teams representing the states of Texas and Oklahoma.

Each regional is a four-team double-elimination format, the same as MSU softball played at home.

The difference is that the Super Regional matchups will be based on seeding, not region, with the winner of the #1 seed's regional (Charlottesville) facing the winner of the lowest-seeded regional (Los Angeles), and so on, at the site of the higher-ranked team.

Here are the 16 regional sites, with Texas and Oklahoma teams in bold.

Charlottesville Regional (#1 Virginia Hosts):

1. Virginia
2. East Carolina
3. St. John's
4. Navy

Gainesville Regional (#2 Florida Hosts):

1. Florida
2. Miami (Fl.)
3. Jacksonville
4. Manhattan

Chapel Hill Regional (#3 North Carolina Hosts):

1. North Carolina
2. Florida International
3. James Madison
4. Maine

Columbia Regional (#4 South Carolina Hosts):

1. South Carolina
2. Stetson
3. N.C. State
4. Georgia Southern

Tallahassee Regional (#5 Florida State Hosts):

1. Florida State
2. Central Florida
3. Alabama
4. Bethune-Cookman

Nashville Regional (#6 Vanderbilt Hosts):

1. Vanderbilt
2. Oklahoma State
3. Troy
4. Belmont

Austin Regional (#7 Texas Hosts):

1. Texas
2. Texas State
3. Kent State
4. Princeton

Houston Regional (#8 Rice Hosts):

1. Rice
2. Baylor
3. California
4. Alcorn State

Fort Worth Regional (TCU Hosts):

1. TCU
2. Oklahoma
3. Dallas Baptist
4. Oral Roberts

Tempe Regional (Arizona State Hosts):

1. Arizona State
2. Arkansas
3. Charlotte
4. New Mexico

Corvallis Regional (Oregon State Hosts):

1. Oregon State
2. Creighton
3. Georgia
4. Arkansas-Little Rock

College Station Regional (Texas A&M Hosts):

1. Texas A&M
2. Arizona
3. Seton Hall
4. Wright State

Clemson Regional (Clemson Hosts):

1. Clemson
2. Connecticut
3. Coastal Carolina
4. Sacred Heart

Fullerton Regional (Cal State-Fullerton Hosts):

1. Cal State-Fullerton
2. Stanford
3. Kansas State
4. Illinois

Atlanta Regional (Georgia Tech Hosts):

1. Georgia Tech
2. Southern Mississippi
3. Mississippi State
4. Austin Peay

Los Angeles Regional (UCLA Hosts):

1. UCLA
2. Fresno State
3. UC-Irvine
4. San Francisco

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