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Live results, scores, bracket for 2023 College World Series Super Regionals

Just 16 teams remain in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, and eight of them will head to Omaha for the College World Series

Stanford utility Braden Montgomery rounds first base during a Pac-12 Baseball Tournament game between the Arizona Wildcats and the Stanford Cardinal on May 26th, 2023, at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, AZ. Photo by Zac BonDurant/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The 16 regional champions have been set for the 2023 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, and eight spots in the College World Series will be on the line from June 9-12 at eight Super Regional sites across the country.

Each regional champion is paired by the seed of the top-ranked team from the regional played from June 2-5. Super Regionals are generally played as best-of-three series at the host site of the higher-ranked team, but this year there are two exceptions:

* TCU will host despite being a two-seed in their regional vs. one-seed and No. 14 overall Indiana State. ISU chose not to host a Super Regional and thus will play on the road, but will still bat last in Game 1 of their series.

* As both Tennessee and Southern Miss won their regional as two-seeds, the host school being Southern Miss was chosen by the NCAA Baseball Selection Committee based on the strength of their bid. Factors such as hotel availability, facility quality, and more were part of that decision, and retiring Golden Eagles head coach Scott Berry will get to play his last possible games at home in Hattiesburg.

The eight remaining teams advance to the 2023 College World Series beginning on June 16 at TD Ameritrade Field in Omaha. From there two-bracket, double-elimination tournament takes place until the final two teams standing play in the best-of-three series College World Series Finals to determine the national champion.

2023 College World Series bracket

Super Regional round (June 9-11 or June 10-12)

All games on ESPN+. If also broadcast on an ESPN TV network, noted below
All times ET
All Game 3’s are if necessary, with a coin flip to determine team with last at-bat

Bracket 1

Duke vs. No. 7 Virginia (Virginia advances)

Game 1: Duke 5, Virginia 4
Game 2: Virginia 14, Duke 4
Game 3: Duke 2, Virginia 12

No. 15 South Carolina vs. No. 2 Florida (Florida advances)

Game 1: South Carolina 4, Florida 5
Game 2: Florida 4, South Carolina 0

No. 16 Alabama vs. No. 1 Wake Forest (Wake Forest advances)

Game 1: Alabama 4, Wake Forest 5
Game 2: Wake Forest 22, Alabama 5

Texas vs. No. 8 Stanford (Stanford advances)

Game 1: Texas 7, Stanford 5
Game 2: Stanford 8, Texas 3
Game 3: Texas 6, Stanford 7

Bracket 2

No. 14 Indiana State vs. TCU (TCU advances)

Game 1: TCU 4, Indiana State 1
Game 2: Indiana State 4, TCU 6
Game 3: TCU/Indiana State: Sunday, June 11, Time TBA, TV TBA

Oral Roberts vs. Oregon (Oral Roberts advances)

Game 1: Oral Roberts 8, Oregon 9
Game 2: Oregon 7, Oral Roberts 8
Game 3: Oral Roberts 11, Oregon 6

No. 12 Kentucky vs. No. 5 LSU (LSU advances)

Game 1: Kentucky 0, LSU 14
Game 2: LSU 8, Kentucky 3

Tennessee vs. Southern Miss

Game 1: Southern Miss 5, Tennessee 3
Game 2: Tennessee 8, Southern Miss 4
Game 3: Southern Miss 0, Tennessee 5

Bracket 1 Winners with first opponent in Omaha

Virginia vs. No. 2 Florida
Stanford vs. No. 1 Wake Forest

Bracket 2 Winners

Oral Roberts vs. TCU
Tennessee vs. No. 5 LSU

Odds to win 2023 Super Regionals from DraftKings Sportsbook

2023 Super Regional Winner Odds

Team Odds to win
Team Odds to win
LSU -235
Kentucky +190
Virginia −195
Duke +160
Oregon −155
Oral Roberts +125
TCU −190
Indiana State +155
Florida −140
South Carolina +110
Tennessee −165
Southern Mississippi +135
Stanford −120
Texas −110

* June 9, Alabama vs. Wake Forest odds not available