NCAA baseball 2024: Monday’s Super Regional games schedule for College World Series

NCAA baseball 2024: Monday’s Super Regional games schedule for College World Series

Day four of super regionals will see the fate of the last two super regional teams remaining with the last bid to the 2024 College World Series on the line in Monday’s Game 3 matchup.

Most spots to the College World Series have been claimed, some with remarkable ease, like the Florida State Seminoles. In a stunning display of skill and teamwork, Florida State dealt a devastating blow to UConn, securing an impressive 24-4 win in Game 1 of the Tallahassee Super Regional. This outstanding performance set new records for the largest win in Game 1 of a Super Regional and the highest run total in a Super Regional tournament game. The Seminoles then sealed their advancement to the College World Series by beating UConn 10-8 in Game 2, officially solidifying their place in the tournament.

For some teams, like Tennessee, the journey was more arduous, culminating in a nail-biting Game 3 against Evansville to secure a spot in the College World Series.

Now, the intensity ramps up as two teams prepare to battle it out in Game 3 for the final bid to Omaha, promising a thrilling showdown.

More: Ranking college baseball teams in order of their odds to win Men’s College World Series

NCAA Baseball: Super Regional games on Monday, June 10

Super Regional series are a best-of-three format.

Athens Super Regional

  • Game 3: No. 10 NC State vs. No. 7 Georgia –TBD | ESPN+

When is the Men’s College World Series?

The Men’s College World Series begins Friday, June 14 and finishes Monday, June 27 at the tournament in Omaha, Nebraska.

How to watch: Watch every College World Series regional game with an ESPN+ Subscription

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