When Auburn heard its name called for the NCAA Tournament this year, there wasn’t a huge ovation. The reaction was somewhat subdued. When the Tigers won the Raleigh Regional last weekend, the team was excited, but there wasn’t a giant dog pile or celebration on the field like the way some teams do when they win.
The eighth-ranked Columbus State University baseball team turned in another strong performance on Tuesday night, downing No. 22 UC San Diego 6-0 at the Division II College World Series. The game was played at the USA Baseball National Training Complex.
For the fourth time in school history, the University of Georgia has earned a national seed for the NCAA Baseball Championship as the Bulldogs garnered a No. 8 seed for its regional June 1-4 at Foley Field.
For the first time since 2002-03, Auburn is headed to back-to-back NCAA Regionals. A year after narrowly winning the Tallahassee Regional, the Tigers saw their name unveiled Monday as the No. 2 seed in the Raleigh Regional in this year's field. It’s the program’s 21st appearance in the NCAA Tournament.