Players in the Alabama dugout watch their last out against Kennesaw State in an NCAA college baseball regional game on Monday, June 2, 2014, in Tallahassee, Fla. (Photo: AP)
By ERIC OLSON AP Sports Writer
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - College of Charleston, Kennesaw State and Pepperdine are heading to super regionals in the NCAA baseball tournament after surprising opening-weekend victories.
The College of Charleston Cougars became the fourth No. 4 regional seed to reach super regionals since the tournament went to its current format in 1999. Pepperdine and Kennesaw State were seeded third in their regions.
Of the national seeds, No. 3 Virginia, No. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette and No. 7 TCU won regionals. No. 1 Oregon State, No. 4 Indiana and No. 8 LSU played late Monday.
Super-regional matchups: College of Charleston vs. Texas Tech; Kennesaw State vs. Louisville; Pepperdine vs. TCU; Ole Miss vs. Louisiana-Lafayette; Maryland vs. Virginia; Texas vs. LSU or Houston; Oklahoma State vs. Oregon State or UC Irvine; and Texas vs. LSU or Houston.