Arizona State still in control of top seed

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Don't expect Arizona State to give up the No. 1 national seed anytime soon.

The Sun Devils have been the top national seed in our NCAA postseason projections the past couple of weeks. The Devils didn't move anywhere this week, either, after hitting the road and doing a clean sweep of UCLA.

Joining the Sun Devils as national seeds, in order, are Texas, Virginia, Florida, Louisville, South Carolina, Arkansas and Coastal Carolina.

Texas is 5-1 against RPI Top 25 teams and 19-4 against RPI Top 50 teams, Virginia is 9-4 against RPI Top 25 and Top 50 teams, Florida is 11-8 against RPI Top 25 teams and 15-10 against RPI Top 50 teams, Louisville is 4-2 against RPI Top 25 teams and 8-5 against RPI Top 50 teams, South Carolina is 9-6 against RPI Top 25 teams and 15-6 against RPI Top 50 teams, Arkansas is 6-6 against RPI Top 25 teams and 12-8 against RPI Top 50 teams and Coastal Carolina is 2-1 against RPI Top 25 teams and 9-5 against RPI Top 50 teams.

Though two national seeds changed hands this week, only one NCAA regional host site changed venues.

LSU lost its regional host site after failing to win a game against Florida last weekend. Connecticut, meanwhile, became the newest regional host. The Huskies have been a pleasant surprise in the Big East and have a solid RPI of 24.

In terms of the overall field of 64, the last five teams in the projections are South Alabama, Boston College, Washington State, Southeastern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi.

Kendall Rogers is the college baseball editor for Rivals.com and Yahoo! Sports. Rogers has 11 years of experience covering college baseball. Rivals.com's NCAA Regional Projections will be released every week until Selection Monday, which is Monday, May 31.

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TEMPE REGIONAL
Host: Arizona State
1. Arizona State* (1)
4. Sacred Heart*
2. New Mexico
3. Texas Tech
FULLERTON REGIONAL
Host: Cal State Fullerton
1. Cal State Fullerton*
4. Binghamton*
2. California
3. San Diego*
AUSTIN REGIONAL
Host: Texas
1. Texas* (2)
4. Texas Southern*
2. Oregon
3. Texas State*
FORT WORTH REGIONAL
Host: Texas Christian
1. TCU*
4. New Mexico State*
2. Rice*
3. Texas A&M
CHARLOTTESVILLE REGIONAL
Host: Virginia
1. Virginia* (3)
4. Dartmouth*
2. Pittsburgh
3. Washington
NORWICH REGIONAL
Host: Connecticut
1. Connecticut
4. Canisius*
2. LSU
3. Boston College
GAINESVILLE REGIONAL
Host: Florida
1. Florida (4)
4. Army*
2. Oklahoma
3. Liberty
CORAL GABLES REGIONAL
Host: Miami (Fla.)
1. Miami
4. Florida Gulf Coast*
2. Florida Atlantic*
3. Alabama
LOUISVILLE REGIONAL
Host: Louisville
1. Louisville* (5)
4. Murray State*
2. Virginia Tech
3. Western Kentucky
LOS ANGELES REGIONAL
Host: UCLA
1. UCLA
4. Wichita State*
2. UC Irvine
3. Kansas State
COLUMBIA REGIONAL
Host: South Carolina
1. South Carolina* (6)
4. Wright State*
2. The Citadel*
3. Michigan*
TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL
Host: Florida State
1. Florida State
4. Bethune-Cookman*
2. Auburn
3. South Alabama
FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL
Host: Arkansas
1. Arkansas (7)
4. Oral Roberts*
2. Stanford
3. SE Louisiana
ATLANTA REGIONAL
Host: Georgia Tech
1. Georgia Tech
4. Ball State*
2. Vanderbilt
3. Washington State
MYRTLE BEACH REGIONAL
Host: Coastal Carolina
1. Coastal Carolina* (8)
4. James Madison*
2. Clemson
3. College of Charleston
OXFORD REGIONAL
Host: Mississippi
1. Mississippi
4. Charlotte*
2. Arizona
3. Southern Miss
Last Five: South Alabama, Boston College, Washington State, Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Mississippi
Next 15: Kentucky, North Carolina, Appalachian State, Oregon State, Tennessee, Baylor, Georgia Southern, Kansas, Elon, Northwestern State, Western Carolina, Portland, North Carolina State, East Carolina, Louisiana-Lafayette
Projected national seeds in parentheses.
*—Projected winner of an automatic bid.
Possible super regional matchups are listed side-by-side
Binghamton Charlotte
Virginia Fla. Gulf Coast
Louisville Coastal Carolina
Michigan Texas
Cal State Fullerton James Madison
Rice Wright State
Dartmouth Canisius
Ball State Bethune-Cookman
Wichita State TCU
Sacred Heart Murray State
Arizona State Army
South Carolina The Citadel
Texas State Oral Roberts
Florida Atlantic Texas Southern
New Mexico State San Diego