2012 NCAA Men's Baseball Tournament: UVA Hosts Oklahoma, Appalachian State, And Army In NCAA Regional

The College World Series regional pairings were announced on Monday with the Virginia Cavaliers learning who will be making the trip to Charlottesville for the first part of this tournament.

The Cavaliers (38-17-1) went 2-1 in pool play at the ACC tournament this past weekend. This included a 7-0 win over the No. 1 ranked Florida State Seminoles on Saturday.

The Oklahoma Sooners (38-22) will be the No. 2 seed in Charlottesville. The Sooners made it all the way to the Big 12 title game against Missouri on Sunday, losing to the Tigers 8-7.

The Appalachian State Mountaineers (39-16) will be the No. 3 seed in the regional. The Mountaineers lost in the Southern Conference tournament to Furman on Friday night, 13-4 despite having the top seed in the conference tournament.

The Army Black Knights (41-13) have the No. 4 seed in Charlottesville. The Black Knights got the top seed in the Patriot League baseball tournament and won the Patriot League championship series against Holy Cross two games to one, winning the deciding game, 8-4 on May 22.

The schedule for the regional games will be announced later.

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