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2001 College Baseball Field of 64

The Field of 64 teams for the college baseball tournament was announced early Monday afternoon. Forty-eight conference champions and at-large teams joined the sixteen teams chosen to host the first round regionals to make up the sixty-four team field. The winner of each of the sixteen four-team regionals will advance to play against another regional winner in eight super regional tournaments. These eight super regional tournaments, which are best of three series, will be hosted by one of the two teams competing in them. Below are the regionals, with the host marked with a (*). In the first round of the regionals, the #1 seed will play the #4 seed, and the #2 seed will meet the #3 seed.
MIAMI (FL) Regional
#1) Miami*
#2) Florida
#3) Stetson
#4) Bucknell

FLORIDA STATE Regional
#1) Florida State*
#2) Bethune-Cookman
#3) Auburn
#4) Jacksonville

STANFORD Regional
#1) Stanford*
#2) Long Beach State
#3) Texas
#4) Marist

SOUTH CAROLINA Regional
#1) Central Florida
#2) South Carolina*
#3) The Citadel
#4) Princeton

NOTRE DAME Regional
#1) Notre Dame*
#2) UCal-Santa Barbara
#3) Fla. International
#4) Wisconsin-Milwaukee

OHIO STATE Regional
#1) Mississippi State
#2) Ohio State*
#3) Delaware
#4) Kent State

GEORGIA Regional
#1) Georgia*
#2) Georgia Tech
#3) Coastal Carolina
#4) Georgia Southern

EAST CAROLINA Regional
#1) East Carolina*(off-campus site)
#2) Winthrop
#3) South Florida
#4) Maryland-Baltimore County

CAL STATE-FULLERTON Regional
#1) Cal State-Fullerton*
#2) Arizona State
#3) Texas Tech
#4) Temple

CLEMSON Regional
#1) South Alabama
#2) Clemson*
#3) William & Mary
#4) Seton Hall

NEBRASKA Regional
#1) Nebraska*
#2) Rutgers
#3) BYU
#4) Northern Iowa

RICE Regional
#1) Rice*
#2) Baylor
#3) Houston
#4) Texas-Arlington

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Regional
#1) Southern Cal*
#2) Pepperdine
#3) Fresno State
#4) Oral Roberts

TENNESSEE Regional
#1) Wake Forest
#2) Tennessee*
#3) Middle Tennessee
#4) Tennessee Tech

LSU Regional
#1) LSU*
#2) Virginia Commonwealth
#3) California
#4) Minnesota

TULANE Regional
#1) Tulane*
#2) Mississippi
#3) Oklahoma State
#4) Southern

Below are the eight national seeds, as decided by the NCAA Baseball Committee. These eight national seeds cannot possibly meet until the College World Series in Omaha.

1) Cal State-Fullerton
2) Miami
3) Southern Cal
4) Stanford
5) Tulane
6) Georgia
7) East Carolina
8) Nebraska