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OMAHA, Nb. – The 2019 World Series of Colleges will continue Sunday, June 16th. Vanderbilt beat Louisville 3-1 in the afternoon, and Mississippi State-Auburn will be next at 7:30 pm. AND. Check out the support and schedule below for this year's College World series, including game times and TV news.

Austin Martin made the three races for Vanderbilt on two circuits, including a deep blast left from the first pitch that he saw at the bottom of the first. Starting pitcher Drake Fellows won with seven innings in one go.

On Saturday, the CWS opened with the victories of Michigan and the state of Florida, two top-seeded regional No. 3 players who warmed up at the right time. Florida State beat Arkansas 1-0 in a pitcher's duel Saturday night between Isaiah Campbell and Drew Parrish. Campbell scored seven goals out of ten and broke his own CWS game record in Arkansas. But Parrish won in eight shutouts with nine strikeouts.

The sacrifice of Nander De Sedas at the top of the ninth was decisive. J.C. Flowers, who scored to the right on De Sedas' ball, then took the mound the next half-race to mark his 13th win of the year.

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Michigan's Karl Kauffmann played seven strong innings Saturday afternoon, limiting Texas Tech's eight hits and three points in a 5-3 win. Jimmy Kerr made the big success of the day by tripling the third to score two points. It was part of a three-run, four-shot box for Michigan.

Here are the schedule and scores for Sunday's matches:

Game 3: Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 1 | The score of the box
Game 4: Auburn vs Mississippi State | 19:30 ET | Live Statistics | Listen to Westwood One

Follow below the latest scores, news and updates from the College World series:

2019 College World Series: Calendar

DateThuThe teamsTime (ET)TV channel
Saturday June 15thGame 1Michigan 5, Texas Tech 314hESPN
Saturday June 15thGame 2 Florida State 1, Arkansas 019hESPN
Sunday, June 16thGame 3Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 114hESPN
Sunday, June 16thGame 4State of Mississippi against Auburn7:30 p.m.ESPN2
Monday June 17thGame 5Texas Tech vs Arkansas14hESPN
Monday June 17thGame 6Michigan against the state of Florida19hESPN
Tuesday 18 JuneGame 7Louisville vs loser game 414hESPN
Tuesday 18 JuneGame 8Vanderbilt vs. Winner Game 419hESPN
Wednesday, June 19thGame 9Winner match 5 vs loser match 619hESPN
Thursday June 20thGame 10Winner game 7 vs loser game 820hESPN2
Friday June 21Game 11Winner Match 6 vs Winner Match 914hESPN
Friday June 21Game 12Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 1019hESPN
Saturday, June 22Game 13 *TBD vs. TBD14hESPN
Saturday, June 22Game 14 *TBD vs. TBD19hESPN
Monday, June 24CWS Finals: Game 1TBD vs. TBD19hESPN
Tuesday, June 25CWS Finale: Game 2TBD vs. TBD19hESPN
Wednesday, June 26CWS Finals: Game 3 *TBD vs. TBD19hESPN

*If necessary

2019 College World Series Support

The 2019 College World Series will begin June 15 and continue until June 25/26. The group of eight teams will be divided into two parentheses. The two final teams will be chosen in the semi-finals of June 22nd. The final series with the best of the three matches is then scheduled for June 24-25 / 26. Here's all you need to know about how the CWS works.

NCAA 2019 Baseball Tournament: Support for Regional Super

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Sixty-four teams were selected for the 2019 NCAA Baseball Tournament, divided into 16 regional teams. From May 31 to June 3, each regional team played a double elimination. Sixteen teams went from eight Super Regional to two teams played from June 7th to 10th.

SHOP CWS GEAR: Florida State | Louisville | Michigan | State of Mississippi | Texas Tech | Vanderbilt

NCAA 2019 Baseball Tournament: Schedule, results for Super Regionals

The playing times indicated in ET.

Los Angeles Super Regional

Game 1: Michigan 3, UCLA 2 | Michigan leads 1-0
Game 2: UCLA 5, Michigan 4 (12 inn.) | Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Michigan 4, UCLA 2 | UCLA eliminated


Lubbock Super Regional

Game 1: Texas Tech 8, State of Oklahoma 6 | Texas Tech leads 1-0
Game 2: Oklahoma State 6, Texas Tech 5 | Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Texas Tech 8, State of Oklahoma 6 | Oklahoma State eliminated


Fayetteville Super Regional

Game 1: Arkansas 11, Mississippi 2 | Arkansas leads 1-0
Game 2: Mississippi 13, Arkansas 5 | Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Arkansas 14, Mississippi 1 | Mississippi eliminated


Baton Rouge Super Regional

Game 1: Florida State 6, LSU 4 | Florida State leads 1-0
Game 2: Florida State 5, LSU 4 (12 inn.) | LSU eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: State of Florida

Nashville Super Regional

Game 1: Duc 18, Vanderbilt 5 | Duke leads 1-0
Game 2: Vanderbilt 3, Duc 0 | Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Vanderbilt 13, Duc 2 | Duc eliminated


Louisville Super Regional

Game 1: Louisville 14, East Carolina 1 | Louisville leads 1-0
Game 2: Louisville 12, East Carolina 0 | East Carolina is eliminated


Starkville Super Regional

Game 1: Mississippi State 6, Stanford 2 |Mississippi State Lead 1-0
Game 2: Mississippi State 8, Stanford 1 | Stanford eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: State of Mississippi

Chapel Hill Super Regional

Game 1: Auburn 11, North Carolina 7 | Auburn leads 1-0
Game 2: North Carolina 2, Auburn 0 | Series tied 1-1
Game 3: Auburn 14, North Carolina 7 | North Carolina eliminated


NCAA 2019 Baseball Tournament: Schedule, Results for Regional

The playing times indicated in ET.

Los Angeles Regional – No. 1 UCLA

Loyola Marymount 3, Baylor 1
UCLA 5, Omaha 2
Baylor 24, Omaha 6 | Omaha eliminated
Loyola Marymount 3, UCLA 2
UCLA 11, Baylor 6 | Baylor eliminated
UCLA 6, Loyola Marymount 1
UCLA 6, Loyola Marymount 3 | Loyola Marymount eliminated


Corvallis Regional – No. 16 Oregon State

Michigan 6, Creighton 0
Cincinnati 7, State of Oregon 6
Creighton 4, State of Oregon 1 | Oregon State eliminated
Michigan 10, Cincinnati 4
Creighton 6, Cincinnati 1 | Cincinnati eliminated
Creighton 11, Michigan 7
Michigan 17, Creighton 6 | Creighton eliminated


Oklahoma City Regional – No. 9 State of Oklahoma

Nebraska 8, UConn 5
Oklahoma State 2, Harvard 0
UConn 10, Harvard 2 | Harvard eliminated
Oklahoma State 6, Nebraska 5
UConn 16, Nebraska 1 | Nebraska eliminated
UConn 5, Oklahoma State 2
Oklahoma State 3, UConn 1 | UConn eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: Oklahoma State

Lubbock Regional – No. 8 Texas Tech

Texas Tech 11, Army 2
DBU 11, Florida 8
Florida 13, Army 5 | Army eliminated
Texas Tech 3, DBU 2
DBU 9, Florida 8 | Florida eliminated
Texas Tech 3, DBU 0 | DBU eliminated


Fayetteville Regional – # 5 Arkansas

Arkansas 11, Central Connecticut State 5
TCU 13, California 2
Central Connecticut State 7, California 4 | California eliminated
Arkansas 3, TCU 1
TCU 9, State of Central Connecticut 5 | Central Connecticut State Eliminated
Arkansas 6, TCU 0 | TCU eliminated


Oxford Regional – No. 12 Mississippi

Clemson 8, Illinois 4
Mississippi 16, Jacksonville State 2
Jacksonville State 7, Illinois 5 | Illinois eliminated
Mississippi 6, Clemson 1
Jacksonville State 9, Clemson 2 | Clemson eliminated
Mississippi 19, State of Jacksonville 4 | Jacksonville State eliminated


Baton Rouge Regional – LSU # 13

Southern Miss 15, State of Arizona 3
LSU 17Stony Creek 3
Arizona State 13 Stony Brook 5 | Stony Brook eliminated
LSU 8, Southern Miss 4
Southern Miss 13, State of Arizona 12 | Arizona State eliminated
LSU 6, Southern Miss 4 | Southern Miss eliminated


Athens Regional – No. 4 Georgia

Florida State 13, Atlantic Florida 7
Georgia 13, Mercer 3
Florida Atlantic 10, Mercer 6 | Mercer eliminated
Florida State 12, Georgia 3
Georgia 13, Florida Atlantic 0 | FAU eliminated
Florida State 10, Georgia 1 | Georgia eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: State of Florida

Nashville Regional – N ° 2 Vanderbilt

State of Indiana 6McNeese State 5
Vanderbilt 8, State of Ohio 2
Ohio State 9, McNeese State 8 (13 inn.) | McNeese State eliminated
Vanderbilt 8, State of Indiana 5
State of Indiana 10, Ohio State 5 | Ohio State eliminated
Vanderbilt 12, State of Indiana 1 | State of Indiana eliminated


Morgantown Regional – No. 15 West Virginia

Duc 8, Texas A & M 5
West Virginia 6, Fordham 2
Texas A & M 11, Fordham 2 | Fordham eliminated
Duc 4, West Virginia 0
Texas A & M 11, West Virginia 10 | West Virginia eliminated
Duc 4, Texas A & M 1 | Texas A & M eliminated


Greenville Regional – No. 10 East Carolina

Campbell 5, State NC 4
Quinnipiac 5, East Carolina 4
East Carolina 9, State NC 2 | NC state eliminated
Campbell 9, Quinnipiac 8
East Carolina 13, Quinnipiac 3 | Quinnipiac eliminated
East Carolina 10, Campbell 3
East Carolina 12, Campbell 3 | Campbell eliminated


Louisville Regional – No. 7 Louisville

State of Illinois 8, Indiana 7
Louisville 5, UIC 3
Indiana 9, UIC 5 | UIC eliminated
Illinois State 4, Louisville 2
Louisville 9, Indiana 7 | Indiana eliminated
Louisville 11, Illinois State 2
Louisville 4, Illinois State 3 |Illinois State eliminated


Starkville Regional – No. 6 Mississippi State

State of Mississippi 11, South of the U 6
Central Michigan 6, Miami (Florida) 5
Miami, Florida 12, South U. 2 | Southern U. eliminated
Mississippi State 7, Central Michigan 2
Miami, Florida 18, Central Michigan 3 | Central Michigan eliminated
Mississippi State 5, Miami, Florida 2 | Miami eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: State of Mississippi

Stanford Regional – No. 11 Stanford

Stanford 11, State of Sacramento 0
State of Fresno 9, Santa Barbara UC 2
Sacramento State 6, UC Santa Barbara 4 | UC Santa Barbara eliminated
Fresno State 7, Stanford 2
Stanford 12, State of Sacramento 3 | Sacramento State eliminated
Stanford 8, State of Fresno 6
Stanford 9, State of Fresno 7 | State of Fresno eliminated


Chapel Hill Regional – No. 14 North Carolina

North Carolina 7, UNCW 6
Freedom 6, Tennessee 1
Tennessee 10, UNCW 3 | UNCW eliminated
North Carolina 16, Freedom 1
Tennessee 6, Freedom 5 | Freedom eliminated
North Carolina 5, Tennessee 2 | Tennessee eliminated

MOVING FORWARD: North Carolina

Atlanta Regional – No. 3 Georgia Tech

Auburn 16, Carolina Coast 7
Georgia Tech 13, Florida A & M 2
Coastal Carolina 9, Florida A & M 4 | Florida A & M eliminated
Auburn 6, Georgia Tech 5
Georgia Tech 10, Coastal Carolina 8 | Coastal Carolina eliminated
Auburn 4, Georgia Tech 1 | Georgia Tech eliminated


NCAA Baseball Tournament: Calendar and Key Dates 2019

ANNOUNCEMENT OF REGIONAL HOSTS: Sunday, May 26 | The 16 regional sites of the 2019 tournament have been announced on NCAA.com, ESPN Bottomline and NCAA social media platforms at 8:30 pm ET.

SELECTION SHOW: Monday, May 27 | The 64 teams and the regional calendar have been announced at 12am ET. The selection was televised on ESPNU.

REGIONAL: from Friday, May 31 to Monday, June 3 | Top 16 seeds will host a regional competition on campus. Each regional is a four-team double elimination tournament. Teams are ranked # 1 to # 4 in each region.

SUPER REGIONAL: from Friday, June 7 to Monday, June 10 | Eight teams will host super regional tournaments on campus. Each regional super is a series of two teams and three best.

COLLEGE WORLD SERIES: Saturday 15 June – Monday / Tuesday 25/26 June | Eight teams will qualify for a final group of two weeks in double elimination. The last two teams will play in a series of best-of-three to decide the national championship. All games will be played at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. Tap or click here to view the CWS daily schedule.

NCAA 2019: Conference Tournament Holders, Automatic Qualifiers

Of the 64 teams qualified for the DI 2019 tournament, 31 were awarded automatic bids via conference championships. The remaining 33 schools were selected as a whole.

Here are all the champions of the 2019 conference, who received the automatic qualification.

East AmericaVestal, NYMay 22-25Stony Brook
American AthleticClearwater, FloridaMay 21-26Cincinnati
ACCDurham, North CarolinaMay 21-26North Carolina
Atlantic SunDeLand, FLMay 22-25 / 26Freedom
Atlantic 10Bronx, NYMay 22-25Fordham
Big EastMason, OHMay 23-25Creighton
Great southFayetteville, NCMay 21-25Campbell
Big TenOmaha, NEMay 22-26state of Ohio
Big 12The City of OklahomaMay 22-26Oklahoma State
Big WestNo tournamentN / AUC Santa Barbara
ColonialHarrisonburg, VAMay 22-25 / 26UNCW
USA ConferenceBiloxi, MSMay 22-26Southern Miss
HorizonFairborn, OHMay 22-25UIC
IvyCambridge, MAMay 18-19Harvard
Metro AtlanticStaten Island, NYMay 22-26Quinnipiac
Mid-AmericanAvon, OHMay 22-26Central Michigan
Middle EasternDaytona Beach, FloridaMay 15-18Florida A & M
Missouri ValleyNormal, ILMay 21-25State of Indiana
West MountainReno, Nev.May 23-26State of Fresno
NortheastNorwich, CTMay 23-26Connecticut Central
Valley of OhioMarion, ILMay 21-26Jacksonville State
Pac-12No tournamentN / AUCLA
Patriotat the top seedMay 11-12; 17-19Army
SECONDHoover, ALMay 21-26Vanderbilt
From SouthGreenville, SCMay 21-26Mercer
SouthlandSugar Land, TXMay 22-25McNeese
SWACNew Orleans, LAMay 15-19From South
Mountain peakTulsa, OKMay 22-25Omaha
Sun beltConway, SCMay 21-26Coastal Carolina
Western coastStockton, CaliforniaMay 23-25Loyola Marymount
WACMesa, AZMay 22-25 / 26State of Sacramento

History of College World Series: NCAA National Baseball Champions

Southern California leads all schools with 12 national titles, twice as many as any other school since the launch of the College World series in 1947. The last USC national championship took place in 1998. Since the beginning of the decade (2011-18), eight different schools brought home the crown.

CWS HISTORY: Programs with the largest number of CWS titles | Most SCF appearances | Winningest coaches | How the CWS works

In 2018, the Oregon State won its third national title after a 55-12-1 season. The Beavers defeated Arkansas in three games in the last set.

Below you will find the complete history of the championship from 1947 to 2018. The World College series has been home to Omaha since 1950.

2018State of Oregon (55-12-1)Pat Casey5-0ArkansasOmaha, Neb.
2017Florida (52-19)Kevin O 'Sullivan6-1LSUOmaha, Neb.
2016Coastal Carolina (55-18)Gary Gilmore4-3ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
2015Virginia (44-24)Brian O'Connor4-2VanderbiltOmaha, Neb.
2014Vanderbilt (51-21)Tim Corbin3-2VirginiaOmaha, Neb.
2013* UCLA (49-17)John Savage8-0State of MississippiOmaha, Neb.
2012* Arizona (48-17)Andy Lopez4-1Caroline from the southOmaha, Neb.
2011* South Carolina (55-14)Ray Tanner5-2FloridaOmaha, Neb.
2010South Carolina (54-16)Ray Tanner2-1 (11 inn.)UCLAOmaha, Neb.
2009LSU (56-17)Paul Mainieri11-4TexasOmaha, Neb.
2008State of Fresno (47-31)Mike Batesole6-1GeorgiaOmaha, Neb.
2007* State of Oregon (49-18)Pat Casey9-3North CarolinaOmaha, Neb.
2006State of Oregon (50-16)Pat Casey3-2North CarolinaOmaha, Neb.
2005* Texas (56-16)Augie Garrido6-2FloridaOmaha, Neb.
2004Cal St. Fullerton (47-22)George Horton3-2TexasOmaha, Neb.
2003Rice (58-12)Wayne Graham14-2StanfordOmaha, Neb.
2002* Texas (57-15)Augie Garrido12-6Caroline from the southOmaha, Neb.
2001* Miami (Florida) (53-12)Jim Morris12-1StanfordOmaha, Neb.
2000* LSU (52-17)Passer Bertman6-5StanfordOmaha, Neb.
1999* Miami (Florida) (50-13)Jim Morris6-5State of FloridaOmaha, Neb.
1998Southern California (49-17)Mike Gillespie21-14State of ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1997* LSU (57-13)Passer Bertman13-6AlabamaOmaha, Neb.
1996* LSU (52-15)Passer Bertman9-8Miami, FloridaOmaha, Neb.
1995* Cal St. Fullerton (57-9)Augie Garrido11-5Southern CaliforniaOmaha, Neb.
1994* Oklahoma (50-17)Larry Cochell13-5Georgia TechOmaha, Neb.
1993LSU (53-17-1)Passer Bertman8-0State of WichitaOmaha, Neb.
1992* Pepperdine (48-11-1)Andy Lopez3-2Cal St. FullertonOmaha, Neb.
1991* LSU (55-18)Passer Bertman6-3State of WichitaOmaha, Neb.
1990Georgia (52-19)Steve Webber2-1Oklahoma StateOmaha, Neb.
1989State of Wichita (68-16)Gene Stephenson5-3TexasOmaha, Neb.
1988Stanford (46-23)Mark Marquis9-4State of ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1987Stanford (53-17)Mark Marquis9-5Oklahoma StateOmaha, Neb.
1986Arizona (49-19)Jerry Kindall10-2State of FloridaOmaha, Neb.
1985Miami (Florida) (64-16)Ron Fraser10-6TexasOmaha, Neb.
1984Cal St. Fullerton (66-20)Augie Garrido3-1TexasOmaha, Neb.
1983* Texas (66-14)Cliff Gustafson4-3AlabamaOmaha, Neb.
1982* Miami (Florida) (55-17-1)Ron Fraser9-3State of WichitaOmaha, Neb.
nineteen eighty oneState of Arizona (55-13)Jim Brock7-4Oklahoma StateOmaha, Neb.
1980Arizona (45-21-1)Jerry Kindall5-3HawaiiOmaha, Neb.
1979Cal St. Fullerton (60-14-1)Augie Garrido2-1ArkansasOmaha, Neb.
1978* Southern California (54-9)Rod Dedeaux10-3State of ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1977State of Arizona (57-12)Jim Brock2-1Caroline from the southOmaha, Neb.
1976Arizona (56-17)Jerry Kindall7-1East MichiganOmaha, Neb.
1975Texas (59-6)Cliff Gustafson5-1Caroline from the southOmaha, Neb.
1974Southern California (50-20)Rod Dedeaux7-3Miami, FloridaOmaha, Neb.
1973* Southern California (51-11)Rod Dedeaux4-3State of ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1972Southern California (47-13-1)Rod Dedeaux1-0State of ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1971Southern California (46-11)Rod Dedeaux5-2Southern IllinoisOmaha, Neb.
1970Southern California (45-13)Rod Dedeaux2-1 (15 inn.)State of FloridaOmaha, Neb.
1969State of Arizona (56-11)Bobby Winkles10-1TulsaOmaha, Neb.
1968* Southern California (43-12-1)Rod Dedeaux4-3Southern IllinoisOmaha, Neb.
1967State of Arizona (53-12)Bobby Winkles11-0HoustonOmaha, Neb.
1966State of Ohio (27-6-1)Marty Karow8-2Oklahoma StateOmaha, Neb.
1965State of Arizona (54-8)Bobby Winkles2-0state of OhioOmaha, Neb.
1964Minnesota (31-12)Dick Siebert5-1MissouriOmaha, Neb.
1963Southern California (35-10)Rod Dedeaux5-2ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1962Michigan (34-15)Don Lund5-4 (15 inn.)Santa ClaraOmaha, Neb.
1961* Southern California (36-7)Rod Dedeaux1-0Oklahoma StateOmaha, Neb.
1960Minnesota (34-7-1)Dick Siebert2-1 (10 inn.)Southern CaliforniaOmaha, Neb.
1959State of Oklahoma (27-5)Toby Greene5-0ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1958Southern California (29-3)Rod Dedeaux8-7 (12 inn.)MissouriOmaha, Neb.
1957* California (35-10)George Wolfman1-0Penn StateOmaha, Neb.
1956Minnesota (37-9)Dick Siebert12-1ArizonaOmaha, Neb.
1955Wake Forest (29-7)Taylor Sanford7-6Western MichiganOmaha, Neb.
1954Missouri (22-4)John "Hi" Simmons4-1RollinsOmaha, Neb.
1953Michigan (21-9)Ray Fisher7-5TexasOmaha, Neb.
1952Holy Cross (21-3)Jack Barry8-4MissouriOmaha, Neb.
1951* Oklahoma (19-9)Jack Baer3-2TennesseeOmaha, Neb.
1950Texas (27-6)Bibb Falk3-0State of WashingtonOmaha, Neb.
1949* Texas (23-7)Bibb Falk10-3Wake ForestWichita, Kan.
1948Southern California (26-4)Sam Barry9-2YaleKalamazoo, Mich.
1947* California (31-10)Clint Evans8-7YaleKalamazoo, Mich.

* Indicates that teams are undefeated in the College World Series matches.

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