The game on Monday night between Vanderbilt (53-10) and Florida (51-17) was postponed due to weather in the 6th inning with Florida leading 3-1. The game will be picked back up from this same point on Tuesday morning at 11am ET, and will be broadcasted on ESPN 2 and streamed online at espn3.com The winner won’t play again until Friday at 2pm ET and be one win away from the championship series. The loser will go on to play North Carolina (51-15) in an elimination game Wednesday at 7pm ET.
No. 1 overall seed Virginia (55-10) takes on defending national champion South Carolina (51-14) Tuesday night at 7pm ET. The game will be on ESPN and streamed online at espn3.com. These two teams were on a collision course when these brackets were announced. With all due respect to California and Texas A&M, but either Virginia or South Carolina will be playing in the championship best-of-three series starting next Monday. The loser of this Tuesday night game will most likely have to beat the other twice to make it to the series. The winner is sitting pretty along with the winner of the Vanderbilt-Florida game.
California (37-22) takes on Texas A&M (47-21) in an elimination game on Tuesday at 2pm ET on ESPN and streamed at espn3.com. Texas A&M sends Michael Wacha (9-3) to the hill against the Golden Bears and if he throws anything like he has so far in this NCAA tournament, there is a good chance the Aggies will live to see another day. Cal sends Kyle Porter (5-0) to the mound to try and extend the season for the Omaha-underdog.