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What 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Games Are Today? Sunday schedule

We’re heading into Day 3 of the regional round of the NCAA Baseball Tournament. At least one top seed has fallen out: Arizona, and many lower seeds are vying for a spot in the Super Regional round. The field of 64 participants will be reduced to 16 after the tiebreak matches by Monday at the latest.

Of those 16, only eight will make it to the Men’s College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, where they will be eliminated en route to the NCAA baseball championship.

Here’s a full schedule for Sunday’s regionals:

More: Ranking college baseball teams in order of their chances of winning the College World Series in 2024

NCAA Baseball: Regionals games on Sunday

Regional games are a double-elimination format. All start times are in ET.

Regional Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee)

  • Game 5: Southern Miss vs. Tennessee/Indiana (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: Tennessee/Indiana vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Greenville (Greenville, North Carolina)

  • Game 5: No. 16 East Carolina vs. Evansville/VCU (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: Evansville/VCU vs. TBD (12:00 p.m. | ESPN2/ESPN+)

Norman Regional (Norman, Oklahoma)

  • Game 5: Duke vs. UConn/Oklahoma (3 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: UConn/Oklahoma vs. TBD (9 p.m. | ESPN+)

Tallahassee Regional (Tallahassee, Florida)

  • Game 5: Stetson vs. Florida State/UCF (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: Florida State/UCF vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Fayetteville (Fayetteville, Arkansas)

  • Game 5: SE Missouri State vs. Kansas State/No. 5 Arkansas (2 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: Kansas State/No. 5 Arkansas vs. TBD (7 p.m. | ESPN+)

Charlottesville Regional (Charlottesville, Virginia)

  • Game 5: St. John’s vs. No. 12 Virginia/Mississippi State (noon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 12 Virginia/Mississippi State vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Tucson (Tucson, Arizona)

  • Game 5: Dallas Baptist vs. Grand Canyon/West Virginia (3 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: Grand Canyon/West Virginia vs. TBD (9 p.m. | ESPN+)

Chapel Hill Regional (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)

  • Game 5: Wofford vs. LSU (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 4 North Carolina vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Lexington Regional (Lexington, Kentucky)

  • Game 5: Indiana State vs. Illinois (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 2 Kentucky vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Corvallis Regional (Corvallis, Oregon)

  • Game 5: Tulane vs. No. 15 Oregon State/UC Irvine (3 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 15 Oregon State/UC Irvine vs. TBD (9 p.m. | ESPN+)

Regional Raleigh (Raleigh, North Carolina)

  • Game 5: James Madison vs. South Carolina/No. 10 NC State (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: South Carolina/No. 10 NC State vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Athens Regional Games (Athens, Georgia)

  • Game 5: Georgia Tech vs. UNC Wilmington/No. 7 Georgia (noon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: UNC Wilmington/No. 7 Georgia vs. TBA (12:00 PM | ACCN/ESPN+)

Clemson Regional (Clemson, South Carolina)

  • Game 5: High Point vs. Coastal Carolina (afternoon | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 6 Clemson vs. TBD (6 p.m. | ESPN+)

Stillwater Regional (Stillwater, Oklahoma)

  • Game 5: Nebraska vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State/Florida (2:00 p.m. | SECN/ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 11 Oklahoma State/Florida vs. TBD (7 p.m. | ESPN+)

Santa Barbara Regional (Santa Barbara, California)

  • Game 5: San Diego vs. No. 14 UC Santa Barbara/Oregon (3 p.m. | ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 14 UC Santa Barbara/Oregon vs. TBD (4 p.m. | ESPN+)

Bryan-College Station Regional (Bryan-College Station, Texas)

  • Game 5: Louisiana vs. No. 3 Texas A&M/Texas (3 p.m. | ESPN/ESPN+)
  • Game 6: No. 3 Texas A&M/Texas vs. TBD (8 p.m. | ESPN+)

When is the Men’s College World Series?

The Men’s College World Series begins Friday, June 14 and concludes no later than Monday, June 27 in Omaha, Nebraska.

How to watch: Watch every regional game of the College World Series with an ESPN+ subscription

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