Baseball America releases Field of 64

Baseball America released its projected Field of 64 for this year’s NCAA Baseball Tournament on Wednesday.

Here’s how it looks:

Obviously, Arkansas and Vanderbilt lead the pack atop the seeding, but it gets pretty murky from there.

PROJECTED FIELD OF 64 
Fayetteville, Ark.Blacksburg, Va.
1. (1) Arkansas^*1. (16) Virginia Tech^
2. Nebraska2. Florida
3. South Carolina-Upstate*3. Charlotte
4. Florida A&M*4. Fairfield*
NashvilleRuston, La.
1. (2) Vanderbilt^1. (15) Louisiana Tech^*
2. Miami2. Florida State
3. Florida Gulf Coast3. Tulane
4. Lehigh*4. Southeastern Louisiana*
AustinColumbia, S.C.
1. (3) Texas^*1. (14) South Carolina^
2. UCLA2. Pittsburgh
3. San Diego3. Liberty*
4. Bryant*4. Connecticut*
LouisvilleOxford, Miss.
1. (4) Louisville^*1. (13) Mississippi^
2. Georgia2. Georgia Tech
3. Baylor3. South Alabama*
4. Fordham*4. Northeastern*
Tucson, Ariz.Knoxville, Tenn.
1. (5) Arizona^*1. (12) Tennessee^
2. Gonzaga*2. Michigan*
3. UC Santa Barbara3. Western Carolina*
4. Sacramento State*4. Wright State*
Starkville, Miss.Lubbock, Texas
1. (6) Mississippi State^1. (11) Texas Tech^
2. Southern Mississippi2. Stanford
3. Louisiana-Lafayette3. Alabama
4. Jackson State*4. Southeast Missouri State*
Greenville, N.C.Eugene, Ore.
1. (7) East Carolina^*1. (10) Oregon^
2. Old Dominion2. Oklahoma State
3. North Carolina3. UC Irvine*
4. Stony Brook*4. San Diego State*
South Bend, Ind.Fort Worth, Texas
1. (8) Notre Dame^1. (9) Texas Christian^
2. Indiana State*2. Oregon State
3. Arizona State3. Iowa
4. Ball State*4. Oral Roberts*

^ Denotes host school
* Denotes automatic qualifier

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