LSU baseball NCAA Tournament projections: Where Tigers stand after SEC Baseball Tournament

LSU baseball sat squarely on the bubble when conference tournament week arrived.

Sporting a 30 RPI to go along with a less than stellar SEC record at 13-17, the Tigers needed to win a game in Hoover, maybe two to truly comfortably insert themselves into the at-large berth conversation. LSU did one far better, going on a wild and wacky run all the way to the SEC Baseball Tournament championship game.

The Tigers (40-21) ultimately fell to No. 1 Tennessee, 4-3, Sunday afternoon at the Hoover Metropolitan in Hoover, Alabama but what they needed to accomplish NCAA Tournament wise was already in the bag.

Now as Selection Monday arrives, the question that begs asking is where will LSU be sent for NCAA regionals. The NCAA Tournament Selection Committee will reveal the field of 64 teams during the Selection Show Monday (11 a.m., ESPN2).

Where do the Tigers now stand in the latest NCAA Tournament projections as the bracket reveal await? Let's look at the what the projections suggest.

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Where is LSU baseball in D1 Baseball NCAA Tournament projections?

D1 Baseball revealed its final field of 64 projection late Sunday night live on its podcast. It projected LSU to landed at the Clemson Regional against the No. 6 overall national seed Clemson (41-14). College of Charleston (41-14), who lost in the CAA Conference Tournament championship game and would be one of the last at-large teams to get in.

America East Conference Tournament champions Bryant (36-19 round out of projected regional.

Where is LSU baseball in Baseball America NCAA Tournament projections?

Baseball America sees the Tigers ended up in the Raleigh Regional as a No. 2 seed. LSU would matchup with No. 3 Northeastern (38-17), out of the CAA, in its opening regional game.

No. 1 North Carolina State (33-20), who is projected as the overall No. 10 seed that finished third overall in the Atlantic Coast Conference during the regular season, would play No. 4 High Point (34-25), who won the Big South Conference Tournament.

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