What 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Games Are Today?

The road to Omaha continues, where the fate of the NCAA Division I 64 teams hangs in the balance. The regional game, a double-elimination format, intensifies this Saturday, setting the stage for a high-stakes win-or-go-home contest.

Of the field of 64, only 16 will survive, with the winners of the regionals advancing to the Super Regional. The eight victorious teams will then travel to Omaha, Nebraska, where they will compete for the prestigious NCAA championship.

Mark your calendars for Saturday’s crucial matches as the teams continue their quest for Omaha, with every step bringing them closer to lifting the trophy.

More: Ranking college baseball teams in order of their chances of winning the College World Series in 2024

NCAA Baseball: Regionals games on Saturday

Regional games are a double-elimination format. All times ET

Regional Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee)

  • Game 3: No. 1 Tennessee vs. Indiana (6 p.m. | ESPNU/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Northern Kentucky vs. Southern Miss (12:00 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Greenville (Greenville, North Carolina)

  • Game 3: Evansville vs. VCU (6 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: No. 16 East Carolina vs. Wake Forest (12:00 p.m. | ESPN2/ESPN+)

Norman Regional (Norman, Oklahoma)

  • Game 3: No. 9 Oklahoma vs. UConn (9 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Oral Roberts vs. Duke (3 p.m. | ESPN+)

Tallahassee Regional (Tallahassee, Florida)

  • Game 3: No. 8 Florida State vs. UCF (5 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Stetson vs. Alabama (12:00 p.m. | ESPNU/ESPN+)

Regional Fayetteville (Fayetteville, Arkansas)

  • Game 3: No. 5 Arkansas vs. Kansas State (9 p.m. | ESPNU/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Louisiana Tech vs. SE Missouri State (3 p.m. | ESPN+)

Charlottesville Regional (Charlottesville, Virginia)

  • Game 3: Mississippi State vs. No. 12 Virginia (6:00 p.m. | ACCN/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Penn vs. St. John’s (12 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Tucson (Tucson, Arizona)

  • Game 3: Grand Canyon vs. West Virginia (10 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Dallas Baptist vs. Arizona (4 p.m. | ESPN+)

Chapel Hill Regional (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)

  • Game 3: LSU vs. No. 4 North Carolina (5 p.m. | ESPN2/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Long Island vs. Wofford (12:00 p.m. | ESPN+)

Lexington Regional (Lexington, Kentucky)

  • Game 3: No. 2 Kentucky vs. Illinois (4 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Indiana State vs. Western Michigan (12:00 p.m. | ESPN+)

Corvallis Regional (Corvallis, Oregon)

  • Game 3: UC Irvine vs. No. 15 Oregon State (10 p.m. | ESPN2/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Tulane vs. Nicholls (4:00 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Raleigh (Raleigh, North Carolina)

  • Game 3: South Carolina vs. No. 10 NC State (6 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Bryant vs. James Madison (12:00 p.m. | ESPN+)

Athens Regional Games (Athens, Georgia)

  • Game 3: UNC Wilmington vs. No. 7 Georgia (6 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Army vs. Georgia Tech (12:00 p.m. | ACCN/ESPN+)

Clemson Regional (Clemson, South Carolina)

  • Game 3: No. 6 Clemson vs. Coastal Carolina (5 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: High Point vs. Vanderbilt (12:00 p.m. | SECN/ESPN+)

Stillwater Regional (Stillwater, Oklahoma)

  • Game 3: No. 11 Oklahoma State vs. Florida (7 p.m. | SECN/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Nebraska vs. Niagara (2 p.m. | ESPN+)

Santa Barbara Regional (Santa Barbara, California)

  • Game 3: No. 14 UC Santa Barbara vs. Oregon (10 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 4: San Diego vs. Fresno State (4 p.m. | ESPN+)

Bryan-College Station Regional (Bryan-College Station, Texas)

  • Game 3: No. 3 Texas A&M vs. Texas (9 p.m. | ESPN/ESPN+)
  • Game 4: Louisiana vs. Grambling (3 p.m. | ESPN+)

When is the Men’s College World Series?

The Men’s College World Series begins on Friday, June 14 and ends on Sunday, June 26 or Monday, June 27 in Omaha, Nebraska.

How to watch: Watch every regional game of the College World Series with an ESPN+ subscription

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