Kansas State vs Virginia time, TV channel, streaming, NCAA tournament


Kansas State is two wins away from a first-ever trip to the College World Series, but the road to Omaha goes through Charlottesville, Virginia, where the Wildcats open a best-of-three series against Virginia on Friday night at Disharoon Park.

K-State (35-24) reached this point by winning three games against Louisiana Tech, host Arkansas and Southeast Missouri State in the Fayetteville Regional. Virginia (44-15) is the No. 12 seed in the NCAA tournament and advanced by winning three straight in its own Charlottesville Regional.

Super-senior left-hander Owen Boerema (6-3, 5.07 ERA) will be the starting pitcher for K-State in the opener, while Virginia counters with left-hander Evan Blanco (7-3, 3.57).

K-State is hitting .274 as a team, but hitting better than .300 in the region. Shortstop Kaelen Culpepper, the region’s most valuable player, leads the Wildcats with a .329 average, 11 home runs and 56 RBI.

Here’s how to follow the action on TV, internet or radio.

Kansas State vs. Virginia today in Charlottesville Super Regional: Time, TV station

Time: 6pm CT


Streaming: ESPN+

Radio: K-State Sports Network or

Live stats:

Tickets: Click here for ticket information.

NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional complete schedule


All games on ESPNU, always Central

Friday June 7

Game 1 — Kansas State (35-24) at Virginia (44-15), 6 p.m

Saturday June 1

Game 2 — Kansas State at Virginia, 2 p.m

Sunday June 2

Game 3 — Kansas State at Virginia (if necessary), 2 p.m

Arne Green is based in Salina and covers Kansas State University sports for the Gannett Network. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter at @arnegreen.

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