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D1Baseball Projected Field Of 64: April 27

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Just a few weeks ago, we released our first in-season Field of 64 projections at the midseason mark. Since that point, we’ve had one projection, and there are even more movements to report this week.

The most notable change in this week’s projections involves the top eight national seed race. Following a four-game series split with UCF, East Carolina took a hit, and as a result, Texas entered the group as the No. 8 seed. The Longhorns are coming off a road series win over Oklahoma State.

In terms of the national Top 16 seeds, there’s yet again more movement. The teams out of the Top 16 this week include Louisiana Tech, Texas Tech and Ole Miss. Louisiana Tech had an ugly weekend against Marshall, Texas Tech is trending the wrong direction thanks to injuries and Ole Miss is riding a losing streak that includes four-straight series losses. The Rebels, though, do control their own destiny the next couple of weeks with series against South Carolina and Texas A&M. Win those two series and Mike Bianco’s club is likely back in as a Top 16.

The three new teams? Charlotte, Pittsburgh and Nebraska. Charlotte has a high RPI and continues to perform extremely well in Conference USA, Pitt has made some serious waves and put together an impressive resume in the ACC and Nebraska is leading the Big Ten and has location to its advantage.

Our updated bids by conference: ACC (9), SEC (8), Pac 12 (6), Big 12 (5), Conference USA (4), Big Ten (4), American (2), WCC (2), Missouri Valley (2), Big West (2). 


Kentucky, Maryland, Alabama, Georgia Southern, LSU


Indiana, San Diego, Tulane, NC State, North Carolina

D1Baseball staff writers Kendall Rogers, Aaron Fitt and Mark Etheridge assemble the projections.

D1Baseball Projected Field of 64: April 27
1. Arkansas* (1)1. Nebraska* (16)
4. Oral Roberts*4. Wright State*
2. Baylor2. Texas Tech
3. Iowa3. UCLA
1. Vanderbilt (2)1. Pittsburgh (15)
4. Lehigh*4. La Salle*
2. Florida State2. Oregon State
3. Fairfield*3. Connecticut*
1. TCU* (3)1. South Carolina (14)
4. Bryant*4. USC Upstate*
2. Arizona State2. Old Dominion
3. Tulane3. NC State
1. Mississippi State (4)1. Charlotte* (13)
4. Jackson State*4. Northeastern*
2. Southern Miss2. Florida
3. Miami3. North Carolina
1. Notre Dame* (5)1. Louisville (12)
4. Ball State*4. Morehead State*
2. Michigan2. Ole Miss
3. Indiana State3. Indiana
1. Oregon* (6)1. Stanford (11)
4. Stony Brook*4. San Diego State*
2. Gonzaga*2. UC Irvine*
3. Georgia Tech3. San Diego
1. Tennessee (7)1. East Carolina* (10)
4. Western Carolina*4. N.C. Central*
2. Virginia Tech2. Georgia
3. South Alabama*3. Liberty*
1. Texas (8)1. Arizona (9)
4. New Orleans*4. Grand Canyon*
2. Louisiana Tech2. Oklahoma State
3. Dallas Baptist*3. UC Santa Barbara

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