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The field of 64 teams in the 2011 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship is broken down into 16 4-team Regionals, played at the home site of the #1 seed. The top team in each bracket advanced to the Super Regionals, a best of three series, played between June 10 and June 13. The eight winners of the Super Regionals advance to the 2011 College World Series.


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[edit] Charlottesville Super Regional

The Charlottesville Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Charlottesville Regional - University of Virginia vs. the #3 seed from the Los Angeles Regional - University of California, Irvine.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of Virginia 3-0 University of California, Irvine
Game 2 University of California, Irvine 6-4 University of Virginia
Game 3 University of Virginia 3-2 University of California, Irvine Virginia advances to CWS


[edit] Santa Clara Super Regional

The Santa Clara Super Regional features the #3 seed from the Fort Worth Regional - Dallas Baptist University vs. the #3 seed from the Houston Regional - University of California, Berkeley.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of California, Berkeley 7-0 Dallas Baptist University
Game 2 University of California, Berkeley 6-2 Dallas Baptist University Cal advances to CWS

[edit] Tallahassee Super Regional

The Tallahassee Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Tallahassee Regional - Florida State University vs. the #1 seed from the College Station Regional - Texas A&M University.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Texas A&M University 6-2 Florida State University
Game 2 Florida State University 23-9 Texas A&M University
Game 3 Texas A&M University 11-2 Florida State University Texas A&M advances to CWS


[edit] Columbia Super Regional

The Columbia Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Columbia Regional - University of South Carolina vs. the #2 seed from the Clemson Regional - University of Connecticut.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of South Carolina 5-1 University of Connecticut
Game 2 University of South Carolina 8-2 University of Connecticut South Carolina advances to CWS


[edit] Gainesville Super Regional

The Gainesville Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Gainesville Regional - University of Florida vs. the #3 seed from the Atlanta Regional - Mississippi State University.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of Florida 11-1 Mississippi State University
Game 2 Mississippi State University 4-3 University of Florida
Game 3 University of Florida 8-6 Mississippi State University Florida advances to CWS


[edit] Austin Super Regional

The Austin Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Austin Regional - University of Texas vs. the #1 seed from the Tempe Regional - Arizona State University.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Arizona State University 3-1 University of Texas
Game 2 University of Texas 5-1 Arizona State University
Game 3 University of Texas 4-2 Arizona State University Texas advances to CWS


[edit] Nashville Super Regional

The Nashville Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Nashville Regional - Vanderbilt University vs. the #1 seed from the Corvallis Regional - Oregon State University.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Vanderbilt University 11-1 Oregon State University
Game 2 Vanderbilt University 9-3 Oregon State University Vanderbilt advances to CWS


[edit] Chapel Hill Super Regional

The Chapel Hill Super Regional features the #1 seed from the Chapel Hill Regional - University of North Carolina vs. the #2 seed from the Fullerton Regional - Stanford University.


Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of North Carolina 5-2 Stanford University
Game 2 University of North Carolina 7-5 Stanford University North Carolina advances to CWS
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