2014 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals Scores Tracker

NCAA Baseball Super Regionals The field of 64 has been narrowed down to 16 teams, each of which are within a pair of victories away from making that coveted trip to Omaha, Nebraska. Super Regional play commences on Friday afternoon, as each of the eight sites will feature a best of three series. Four series’ will play a schedule between Friday and Sunday, while the other set of four series’ will play a schedule between Saturday and Monday.

We at College Baseball Central have constructed our very own NCAA Baseball Super Regional Scores Tracker, which is an easy to follow tracker of each Super Regional site that features links to previews, scores, and game recaps.

Scores and recaps will be updated periodically throughout each day of competition, so be sure to check back often to get the latest on 2014 NCAA Super Regional action (of note — all times posted below are in Eastern Standard Time).


Austin Super Regional

Texas (41-19) vs. Houston (48-16)
Site: UFCU Disch-Falk Field
*Winner set to face winner of Stillwater Super Regional in CWS*

Austin Super Regional Preview

Friday: Texas 4, Houston 2 
Saturday: Texas 4, Houston 0

**TEXAS advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Charlottesville Super Regional

Virginia (47-13) vs. Maryland (39-21)
Site: Davenport Field

*Winner set to face winner of Lafayette Super Regional in CWS*

Charlottesville Super Regional Preview

Saturday: Maryland 5, Virginia 4
Sunday: Virginia 7, Maryland 3 
Monday: Virginia 11 Maryland 2 

**VIRGINIA advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Fort Worth Super Regional

Texas Christian (45-15) vs. Pepperdine (42-16)
Site: Lupton Stadium

*Winner set to face winner of Lubbock Super Regional in CWS*

Fort Worth Super Regional Preview

Saturday: 4:00 p.m. TCU 3, Pepperdine 2 
Sunday: Pepperdine 3 TCU 2
Monday: 7:00 p.m. TCU 6 Pepperdine 5 

**TCU advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Lafayette Super Regional

Louisiana-Lafayette (57-8) vs. Mississippi (44-18)
Site: M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field

*Winner set to face winner of Charlottesville Super Regional in CWS*

Lafayette Super Regional Preview

Saturday: Louisiana 9, Mississippi 5 
Sunday: Louisiana 2 Mississippi 5
Monday: 7:00 p.m. Mississippi 10 Louisiana 4

**MISSISSIPPI advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Louisville Super Regional

Louisville (48-15) vs. Kennesaw State (40-22)
Site: Jim Patterson Stadium

*Winner set to face winner of Nashville Super Regional in CWS*

Louisville Super Regional Preview

Friday: Louisville 5, Kennesaw State 3
Saturday: Louisville 7, Kennesaw State 4

**LOUISVILLE advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Lubbock Super Regional

Texas Tech (43-19) vs. College of Charleston (44-17)
Site: Ripe Griffin Park

*Winner set to face winner of Fort Worth Super Regional in CWS*

Lubbock Super Regional Preview

Saturday: Texas Tech 1, College of Charleston 0
Sunday: Texas Tech 1, College of Charleston 0

**TEXAS TECH advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Nashville Super Regional

Vanderbilt (44-18) vs. Stanford (34-24)
Site: Hawkins Field

*Winner set to face winner of Louisville Super Regional in CWS*

Nashville Super Regional Preview

Friday: Vanderbilt 11, Stanford 6
Saturday: Stanford 5, Vanderbilt 4
Sunday: Vanderbilt 12, Stanford 5

**VANDERBILT advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**


Stillwater Super Regional

Oklahoma State (48-16) vs. UC Irvine (38-23)
Site: Allie P. Reynolds Stadium

*Winner set to face winner of Austin Super Regional in CWS*

Stillwater Super Regional Preview

Friday: UC Irvine 8, Oklahoma State 4
Saturday: UC Irvine 1, Oklahoma State 0

**UC IRVINE advances to COLLEGE WORLD SERIES**

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Josh Vadeboncoeur
Follow Josh on Twitter @vadeboncoeurCBC Josh is currently a student at the University of Florida pursuing a Master of Science degree in Sport Management. He’s an avid fan and scholar of the game, who although has a place in his heart for his Gators, is as objective as they come. Josh is a member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, giving him official votes in the Dick Howser Trophy, Regional Players of the Year, and NCBWA All-America voting. Josh’s knowledge of the game of baseball ranges from the post-Civil War baseball boom to the current modern era, covering topics such as business and politics of the game to the minor leagues to negro league baseball and even international expansion. But most of all, a strong passion lies in his heart for college baseball.