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A Look At The Complete 2017 NCAA Baseball Tournament Field

Regional play gets underway on Thursday.

NCAA Men's College World Series Championship Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

On Monday morning, the complete field for the 2017 NCAA Baseball tournament was announced. Here’s a look at the complete field, with the Beavers taking the number one overall seed.

National Seeds:

  1. Oregon State
  2. North Carolina
  3. Florida
  4. LSU
  5. Texas Tech
  6. TCU
  7. Louisville
  8. Stanford

Corvallis Regional: Oregon State vs Holy Cross, Nebraska vs Yale

Clemson Regional: Clemson vs UNC Greensboro, Vanderbilt vs St. John’s

Long Beach Regional: LBSU vs San Diego State, Texas vs UCLA

Stanford Regional: Stanford vs Sacramento State, CSU-Fullerton vs BYU

Lubbock Regional Regional: Texas Tech vs Delaware, Arizona vs Sam Houston State

Tallahassee Regional: Florida State vs Tennessee Tech, UCF vs Auburn

Hattiesburg Regional: Southern Mississippi vs Illinois-Chicago, Mississippi State vs South Alabama

Baton Rouge Regional: LSU vs Texas Southern, SE Louisiana vs Rice

Chapel Hill Regional: North Carolina vs Davidson, Florida Gulf Coast vs Michigan

Houston Regional: Houston vs Iowa, Baylor vs Texas A&M

Lexington Regional: Kentucky vs Ohio, Indiana vs North Carolina State

Louisville Regional: Louisville vs Radford, Oklahoma vs Xavier

Fort Worth Regional: TCU vs Central Connecticut, Virginia vs Dallas Baptist

Fayetteville Regional: Arkansas vs Oral Roberts, Missouri State vs Oklahoma State

Winston Salem Regional: Wake Forest vs UMBC, West Virginia vs Maryland

Gainesville Regional: Florida vs Marist, South Florida vs Bethune-Cookman

ESPN’s Last Four In: Auburn, Tex A&M, UCLA, Michigan

First Four Out: Miami, South Carolina, Old Dominion, Connecticut

Teams play a double elimination regional, then move on to play the winner of the corresponding regional in a best of three Super Regional. If Oregon State wins their regional, they will face the winner of the Clemson regional.