Wake Baseball Receives NCAA Bid

May 22, 2000

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    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The 18th-ranked Wake Forest baseball team received a bid to the NCAA regional to be held in Columbia, SC May 26-28, announced by the NCAA on Monday.

    The regional is hosted by the University of South Carolina, the top seed in the tournament. The Deacs will be matched up against the Seton Hall Pirates of the Big East. The two teams will play on Friday at 2 p.m. South Carolina and Liberty play at 7 p.m. Friday night.

    Wake enters the tournament at 39-18-1 overall after reaching the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament last week. This is the third consecutive season Wake has made the NCAA Tournament and the eighth time overall.

    Div. I Regional Matchups
    National Top Eight Seeds are in parentheses.

    May 26-28 at Columbia, S.C.
    1. South Carolina (1)
    2. Wake Forest
    3. Seton Hall
    4. Liberty
    May 26-28 at Lafayette, La.
    1. East Carolina
    2. Louisiana-Lafayette
    3. McNeese State
    4. Marist
    May 26-28 at Minneapolis
    1. Nebraska
    2. Minnesota
    3. Wichita State
    4. Butler
    May 26-28 at Palo Alto, Calif.
    1. Stanford (8)
    2. Alabama
    3. Nevada
    4. Fresno State
    May 26-28 at Houston, Texas
    1. Houston (5)
    2. Rice
    3. Texas Tech
    4. Princeton
    May 26-28 at Waco, Texas
    1. Baylor
    2. Florida
    3. San Jose State
    4. Southwest Texas State
    May 26-28 at Starkville, Miss.
    1. Mississippi State
    2. Tulane
    3. Notre Dame
    4. South Alabama
    May 26-28 at Clemson, S.C.
    1. Clemson (4)
    2. Old Dominion
    3. Illinois
    4. Middle Tennessee State
    May 26-28 at Baton Rouge, La.
    1. LSU (2)
    2. New Orleans
    3. La.-Monroe
    4. Jackson State
    May 26-28 at Oklahoma City, Okla.
    1. UCLA
    2. Oklahoma
    3. Oral Roberts
    4. Delaware
    May 26-28 at Upper Montclair, N.J.
    1. Rutgers
    2. North Carolina
    3. Penn State
    4. Army
    May 26-28 at Tempe, Ariz.
    1. Arizona State (7)
    2. Texas
    3. Creighton
    4. Miami (Ohio)
    May 26-28 at Tallahassee, Fla.
    1. Florida State (6)
    2. Central Florida
    3. Evansville
    4. Bethune-Cookman
    May 26-28 at Coral Gables, Fla.
    1. Miami (Fla.)
    2. Florida Atlantic
    3. Florida International
    4. Wagner
    May 26-28 at Fullerton, Calif.
    1. Southern California
    2. Cal State Fullerton
    3. Loyola Marymount
    4. Virginia Tech
    May 26-28 at Atlanta, Ga.
    1. Georgia Tech (3)
    2. Auburn
    3. Stetson
    4. Georgia Southern

     

     

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