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NCAA Tournament Regional Projections

On the eve of the NCAA Baseball Tournament Selection Show, the Hoos look to be a #2 seed.

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After a season full of ups and downs, the eve of the NCAA Tournament Selection show is upon us.  Virginia has overcome as much adversity as any team in the country to play its way into the NCAA Tournament.  Despite its rather lackluster showing at the ACC Tournament the Hoos still figure to be a two seed in a regional somewhere.  Here is a breakdown of how things could go down on Monday.

Last Four In: Southern Miss, Clemson, North Florida, Oregon

First Four Out: Nevada, Bradley, Memphis, South Florida

Baton Rouge Regional

1. LSU (#1 National Seed)

2. Notre Dame

3. Tulane

4. Lehigh

Stillwater Regional

1. Oklahoma State

2. Iowa

3. Ole Miss

4. San Diego State

Los Angeles Regional

1. UCLA (2)

2. Auburn

3. Southern Miss

4. Bakersfield

Fullerton Regional

1. Cal State Fullerton

2. USC

3. Stony Brook

4. Pepperdine

Coral Gables Regional

1. Miami (3)

2. Radford

3. Maryland

4. Florida A&M

Charleston Regional

1. College of Charleston

2. Coastal Carolina

3. Clemson

4. Virginia Commonwealth

Louisville Regional

1. Louisville (4)

2. Arizona State

3. Indiana

4. Mercer

Tallahassee Regional

1. Florida State

2. East Carolina

3. UNC Wilmington

4. Lipscomb

Champaign Regional

1. Illinois (5)

2. Arkansas

3. Wright State

4. Ohio

Ft Worth Regional

1. TCU

2. UC Santa Barbara

3. Florida International

4. Lousiana-Laffayette

Gainesville Regional

1. Florida (6)

2. North Carolina State

3. North Florida

4. Sacred Heart

Houston Regional

1. Houston

2. Rice

3. Texas

4. Houston Baptist

Nashville Regional

1. Vanderbilt (7)

2. Virginia

3. Oregon

4. Canisius

Dallas Regional

1. Dallas Baptist

2. Florida Atlantic

3. Columbia

4. St. Johns

Springfield Regional

1. Missouri State (8)

2. Oregon State

3. Michigan

4. Morehead State

College Station Regional

1. Texas A&M

2. California

3. Oral Roberts

4. Texas Southern