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Here’s the 2023 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals opening round schedule

College baseball has now reached the super regionals after an exciting round of regional action last weekend that saw a few top-seeded teams advance to the next round, which is scheduled to be played this coming weekend from June 9-12 — depending on which day the school plays its opening game.

Among those who made the first cut en route to the College World Series are the Florida Gators, who are one of six Southeastern Conference programs to make it to the super regionals. Also joining the Orange and Blue are the LSU Tigers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Kentucky Wildcats and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Take a look below at the schedule of opening games for the super regionals held this coming weekend at their respective venues. Included are the day and time (in EDT) as well as which station will be broadcasting the action.

Duke at No. 7 Virginia

Day: Friday, June 9

Time: Noon

Watch: ESPN

No. 14 Indiana State at TCU

Day: Friday, June 9

Time: 5 p.m.

Watch: ESPNU

No. 15 South Carolina at No. 2 Florida

Day: Friday, June 9

Time: 6 p.m.

Watch: ESPN2

Oral Roberts at Oregon

Day: Friday, June 9

Time: 8 p.m.

Watch: ESPNU

Read more at Ducks Wire

No. 16 Alabama at No. 1 Wake Forest

Day: Saturday, June 10

Time: Noon

Watch: ESPN

Read more at Roll Tide Wire

Tennessee at Southern Mississippi

Day: Saturday, June 10

Time: 3 p.m.

Watch: ESPNU

Read more at Vols Wire

No. 12 Kentucky at No. 5 LSU

Day: Saturday, June 10

Time: 3 p.m.

Watch: ESPNU

Read more at LSU Tigers Wire

Texas at No. 8 Stanford

Day: Saturday, June 10

Time: 6 p.m.

Watch: ESPN2

Read more at Longhorns Wire

Top 16 National Seeds

1. Wake Forest (47-10) 

2. Florida (44-14) 

3. Arkansas (41-16) 

4. Clemson (43-17) 

5. LSU (43-15) 

6. Vanderbilt (41-18) 

7. Virginia (45-12) 

8. Stanford (38-16) 

9. Miami (FL) (40-19) 

10. Coastal Carolina (39-19) 

1. Oklahoma St. (41-18) 

12. Kentucky (36-18) 

13. Auburn (34-21-1) 

14. Indiana St. (42-15) 

15. South Carolina (39-19)

16. Alabama (40 – 19)

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