2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Selection Show date, time, how to watch

Where will Texas end up this postseason?
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Texas baseball fans only have to wait one more day until the 64-team field is decided for the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament. The 64-team postseason field for Division 1 college baseball will be decided on May 27 (Memorial Day).

Who will be the top overall seeds nationally in the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Selection Show?

The 16 regional host sites will be determined as most conference tournaments wrap up on May 26.

Most of the top six or eight teams seem to be locked in as the most guaranteed regional host sites for the postseason. The seeding beyond the top half roughly of the regional host sites is still up in the air on the final day of conference tournaments during this holiday weekend.

The 64-team field for the college baseball postseason are divided up with four teams playing in each of the 16 regionals. Each regional is double elimination, and the 16 winners will be paired up in eight super regional matchups.

The winners of the eight super regionals punch their ticket to Omaha for the College World Series in mid-June.

Here’s a look at the key dates, times, and TV/streaming information for the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Selection Show and the rest of the postseason.

How to watch the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Selection Show

TV/Live stream: ESPN2/WatchESPN

Date: May 27

Time: 11 a.m. CT

Live bracket: NCAA.com

Matt Schick, Kyle Peterson, and Mike Rooney will be hosting the broadcast live on ESPN2 for the selection show on May 27.

2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament key dates

Regionals: May 31-June 4

Super Regionals: June 7-10

College World Series: June 14-24

The final for the College World Series could be played on June 23 or 24, depending on how many games it takes to crown a champion in Omaha this year.

Texas’ latest Field of 64 projections for the postseason

The latest postseason bracketology from D1Baseball on May 26 still projects Texas to land in the College Station Regional with the in-state rival Texas A&M Aggies. As was projected earlier this weekend, Texas A&M is still slotted as the No. 4 national seed this postseason.

The latest RPI ranks the Longhorns as the No. 46 team in the nation.

It looks like the Longhorns won't be hosting a regional in Austin for the first time since the 2019 season. Head coach David Pierce and the Longhorns finished the regular season and Big 12 Tournament with a record of 35-22 (20-10 Big 12).

Texas was bounced after going 0-2 in the Big 12 Tournament for the second year in a row. While the path ahead may be difficult, Texas is looking to return to Omaha for the College World Series for the first time since 2022.

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