2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Super Regionals Scores, Bracket, Live Updates (2024)

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It’s going to be hard for super regionals to top the madness of last weekend’s regionals, but we can’t wait to see it try.

The 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament returns Friday with supers action across the country. The remaining 16 teams will battle for a spot in the College World Series. Below, Baseball America will have live scores, updates and analysis from every game. Follow along all weekend.

You can find our preview of each super regional below as well. You can also listen to our college podcast previewing the weekend here.

NCAA Baseball Scores

Super Regional MatchupTime/ResultTV
Athens: NC State vs. Georgia
Game 1NC State 18-1ESPNU
Game 2Georgia 11-2ESPNU
Game 3NC State 8-5ESPN
Chapel Hill: West Virginia vs. North Carolina
Game 1North Carolina 8-6ESPN2
Game 2North Carolina 2-1ESPN2
Game 3 if necessary
Charlottesville: Kansas State vs. Virginia
Game 1Virginia 7-4ESPNU
Game 2Virginia 10-4ESPNU
Game 3 if necessary
Clemson: Florida vs. Clemson
Game 1Florida 10-7ESPN
Game 2Florida 11-10 (13 innings)ESPN
Game 3 if necessary
College Station: Oregon vs. Texas A&M
Game 1Texas A&M 10-6ESPN2
Game 2Texas A&M 15-9ESPN2
Game 3 if necessary
Knoxville: Evansville vs. Tennessee
Game 1Tennessee 11-6ESPN2
Game 2Evansville 10-8ESPN2
Game 3 if necessaryTennessee 12-1ESPNU
Lexington: Oregon State vs. Kentucky
Game 1Kentucky 10-0ESPNU
Game 2Kentucky 3-2ESPNU
Game 3 if necessary
Tallahassee: UConn vs. Florida State
Game 1Florida State 24-4ESPN
Game 2Florida State 10-8 (12)ESPN
Game 3 if necessary

2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Live Updates

We’ll be updating with new information as results flow in for each super regional. They are sorted here by alphabetical order.

Athens Super Regional

You can find our preview here.

Monday’s Game

Georgia (5) vs. NC State (8), Georgia eliminated

NC State walloped four home runs en route to its second College World Series berth in the last four seasons. The two teams traded blows with two-run home runs in consecutive innings, but the Wolfpack pulled away for good after scoring two runs in both the third and fourth innings. Garrett Pennington in the third crushed a two-run homer, while in the fourth the Wolfpack took advantage of a passed ball before Alec Makarewicz chipped in an RBI single. Every time Georgia scored, NC State had a response. With his team leading 6-4 in the top of the eighth, Makarewicz provided the exclamation point with a no-doubt, two-run homer deep into the trees in left-centerfield. Derrick Smith in relief allowed just one earned run across a season-high three innings.

NC STATE IS HEADED BACK TO OMAHA 🐺#RoadToOmaha x 🎥 ESPN / @NCStateBaseball pic.twitter.com/9y6pYdp5s1

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) June 11, 2024

Sunday’s Game

Georgia (11) vs. NC State (2)

Georgia flushed yesterday’s beat down and earned a convincing win of its own today, taking down NC State 11-2. The Bulldogs left no doubt this afternoon and built an 8-0 lead by the end of the top of the fourth. Slate Alford got the scoring started in the top of the first with a two-run blast, and star-in-the-making Tre Phelps clubbed a three-run home run in the third. Georgia scratched across a couple of more runs before Corey Collins provided the exclamation point with a solo blast in the eighth. Not to be outdone is Leighton Finley’s performance on the mound, as he allowed just one run with five strikeouts across 6.2 innings. Tomorrow tilt is a winner-take-all affair with a trip to the College World Series on the line.

— Georgia Baseball (@BaseballUGA) June 9, 2024

Saturday’s Game

Georgia (1) vs. NC State (18)

NC State came out swinging—literally—this afternoon in Athens and used an 11-run second inning to propel themselves to a convincing 18-1 win. In that inning alone, the Wolfpack laced 10 hits and sent 15 men to the plate. They tacked on a handful of runs in the later innings, but at that point the game was already well out of reach. All nine hitters contributed at least one base knock, while seven different drove in at least one run. The offense will get a lot of credit today—and it should—but the pitching duo of Sam Highfill (6 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 2 K) and Andrew Shaffner (3 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K) held a prolific Georgia offense to just one run on four hits.

PACK ATTACK 💥#RoadToOmaha x 🎥 ESPNU / @NCStateBaseball pic.twitter.com/0GXPRG2g4q

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) June 8, 2024

Chapel Hill Super Regional

You can find our preview here.

Saturday’s Game

North Carolina (2) vs. West Virginia (1)

For the second time in as many days, North Carolina and West Virginia played the most professional and competitive game of the slate. Last night’s hero—Vance Honeycutt—wasted no time getting going, and blasted a no-doubt home run way out to left field on the first pitch of the game. The Tar Heels added a run in the top of the third inning on a Parks Harber single and that was all the offense they would need. 18-year-old freshman Jason DeCaro looked like anything but a freshman, and held West Virginia to just one run on two hits across 6.1 innings pitched. West Virginia loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, but Parks Harber made a nice play at first to seal the victory.

Like he has been virtually all season, Dalton Pence was again fantastic in relief and collected six strikeouts across 2.2 innings. With the win, North Carolina is headed back to the College World Series for the first time since 2018.

OMAHEELS!! pic.twitter.com/Ykd4BXqzi1

— Carolina Baseball (@DiamondHeels) June 9, 2024

Friday’s Game

North Carolina (8) vs. West Virginia (6)

As Vance Honeycutt said in his postgame interview, “It’s something called ‘Bosh Magic’ and this year it’s real.” After punching its ticket to Super Regionals earlier this week with a thrilling extra-inning win over LSU, the “Cardiac Heels” were back at it again tonight. With North Carolina leading 4-2 in the sixth due in large part to a bases-clearing double by Parks Harber, West Virginia scored four runs—two of which came on Kyle West’s second home run of the game—to take a 6-4 lead.

The Tar Heels got a run back on a Colby Wilkerson solo home run, but they entered the bottom of the ninth inning facing a one-run deficit. Prized freshman Luke Stevenson started the inning with a bang, as he jumped on a first-pitch fastball and sent a game-tying home run out to dead centerfield. Four hitters later, Vance Honeycutt turned on a 3-1 fastball and blasted a walk-off, two-run home run deep into the Chapel Hill night.

WE ARE TIED#RoadToOmaha x 🎥 ESPN / @DiamondHeels pic.twitter.com/5wYuOkWynU

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) June 8, 2024

DIAMOND HEELS WALK IT OFF IN GAME 1 OF SUPERS!#RoadToOmaha x 🎥 ESPN / @DiamondHeels pic.twitter.com/XZB6iuq54p

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) June 8, 2024

Charlottesville Super Regional

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Saturday’s Game

Virginia (10) vs. Kansas State (4), Kansas State eliminated

The final score was not as close as the game actually was, as it took until the top of the ninth inning for Virginia to pull away. Unlike yesterday, the Cavaliers got on the board first with a pair of runs in the first inning and it was the Wildcats who tied the game. The score remained tied at two apiece until star freshman Henry Ford sizzled a two-run single into left field. Kansas State hung around and twice cut Virginia’s lead to one run, but the Cavaliers put the game out of reach with a five-run ninth inning. They again got sound pitching, and today it was Jay Woolfolk who turned in a strong start to the tune of three runs with seven strikeouts across six innings. With today’s win, Virginia clinched its third College World Series appearance in the last four seasons.

𝐓𝐞𝐚𝐦 𝟏𝟏𝟖𝟔 𝐢𝐬 𝐎𝐦𝐚𝐡𝐚 𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝!

Sights and sounds from the final out!

📺: ESPNU | #GoHoos | #RoadToOmaha pic.twitter.com/tAWLq4iOUH

— Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 8, 2024

Friday’s Game

Virginia (7) vs. Kansas State (4)

The Wildcats drew first blood and led 3-0 going into the bottom of the fifth courtesy of a Jaden Parsons RBI groundout and a Kaelen Culpepper two-run double, but Virginia’s relentless offense woke up and scored multiple runs in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings. A Griff O’Ferrall two-run, ground-rule double gave the Cavaliers the lead in the bottom of the sixth, but K-State re-tied the game in the top of the seventh on a David Bishop solo home run.

The tie would be short-lived, however, as in the bottom half of the inning star sophom*ore Henry Godbout put the game out of reach with what ended up being the game-winning, three-run home run. While its pitching was a bugaboo during the regular season, Virginia’s arms during the tournament have allowed just 12 total runs across four games.

𝐆𝐎𝐃𝐁𝐎𝐔𝐓'𝐒 𝐏𝐋𝐀𝐍!

Henry Godbout brings the people to their feet!

📺: ESPN2 | #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/YdD3xYpMew

— Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 8, 2024

Clemson Super Regional

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Sunday’s Game

Clemson (10) vs. Florida (11), 13 innings, Clemson eliminated

In what was the best game of the tournament to this point—and one that will be hard to top for the rest of it—Florida came back to beat Clemson 11-10 in walk-off fashion to secure its second-straight College World Series appearance. Jac Caglianone got the scoring started with a titanic two-run home run over the batter’s eye, but that was the first of many fireworks throughout the afternoon. In the top of the second inning, Nolan Nawrocki grounded out to Caglianone to end the inning. Nawrocki gave Caglianone a little bit of a shove and words were exchanged, but the situation didn’t really escalate from there. However, Jack Crighton—for whatever reason—was ejected from the game which was a tough loss for the Tigers.

Clemson proceeded to take the lead in the top of the third thanks to a Jacob Hinderleider RBI double and a Blake Wright two-run home run, but Florida quickly erased the one-run deficit and took a 7-4 lead into the seventh. The Tigers got two runs back in the top of the eighth on a pair of RBI singles, but freshman Ashton Larson again stretched Florida’s lead to three in the bottom half of the inning with a no-doubt, two-run blast.

With Clemson down to its last two outs, Cam Cannarella stepped into the box as the tying run. The superstar sophom*ore wasted no time and jumped on a first-pitch changeup, crushing a game-tying, three-run home run way out to right field.

CAM. CANNARELLA. NO. DOUBTER.

🚀 362 ft
💨 102 mph

T9 || CU 9, FLA 9

🖥 https://t.co/ozP6rh44g0 pic.twitter.com/dc0fjs1Y4o

— Clemson Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball) June 9, 2024

Cannarella was far from done, though, as in the bottom of the 10th inning he made one of the most impressive catches in recent memory to—temporarily—save Clemson’s season. Florida had the winning run on second, and Ashton Wilson stung a fly ball into centerfield. Cannarella was playing shallow to potentially cut down the winning run at the plate on a base hit, but he ranged way back and made a spectacular Willie Mayes-esque catch as he crashed into the wall.

PLAY OF THE YEAR BY @CAMCANNARELLA!!!!! ⚾️🗣️

🖥 https://t.co/ozP6rh44g0 pic.twitter.com/9hvFE4gt3J

— Clemson Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball) June 9, 2024

The score remained tied at nine until the top of the 13th, but Alden Mathes hammered a go-ahead solo home run over the right field bleachers. It was arguably the biggest swing of Mathes’ life, and he spiked his bat in celebration. He was issued a warning, but head coach Erik Bakich and assistant coach Jack Leggett were having none of it. They both got their money’s worth with the umpiring crew and were subsequently ejected.

— Clemson Baseball (@ClemsonBaseball) June 9, 2024

As a quick aside, I am in complete agreement with the Clemson coaching staff. It was a massive and emotional spot in an incredibly intense game, and Mathes had every right to celebrate the way that he did.

In the bottom half of the inning, Florida loaded the bases with one out after a pair of singles and an intentional walk to Brody Donay. Michael Robertson followed with an excellent swing on a left-on-left breaking ball and lined a walk-off, two-run double into left-centerfield to send the Gators to Omaha.

MICHAEL ROBERTSON. THE CARDIAC KID. 🥶#GoGators pic.twitter.com/PjdCj6j3Cs

— Florida Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) June 9, 2024

Saturday’s Game

Clemson (7) vs. Florida (10)

Florida this afternoon kept rolling with a 10-7 win over Clemson. The Tigers took advantage of a few free bases to take an early 3-0 lead, but Florida took control—and the lead for good—with a seven-run fifth inning that was punctuated by a Jac Caglianone three-run home run out to the opposite field. With Clemson gaining momentum and runners on second and third with nobody out in the bottom of the sixth, Florida opted to bring in closer Brandon Neely. Just as he was last weekend in Stillwater, Neely today was lights out and slammed the door with seven strikeouts across four shutout innings. After being one of the last teams in the tournament, Florida is just one win away from its second-straight College World Series appearance.

CAGS supplies the LEAD! 💣#GoGators // 📺 ESPN pic.twitter.com/ZQTbGJrPfo

— Florida Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) June 8, 2024

College Station Super Regional

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Sunday’s Game

Texas A&M (15) vs. Oregon (9), Oregon eliminated

Tonight’s game could not have started worse for Texas A&M. It trailed 5-1 by the end of the second inning and prized lefthander Shane Sdao left the game with an injury after just three hitters. The Aggies twice cut what was a consistent four or five run deficit down to three runs, but that all changed in the seventh inning when they exploded for nine runs—headlined by a Kaeden Kent grand slam—to take the lead for good. Like yesterday’s contest, A&M’s bullpen was excellent. The trio of Kaiden Wilson (2 IP, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K), Zane Badmaev (1 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K) and Evan Aschenbeck (3 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 4 K) combined to allow just one earned run across the final six frames.

GRAND SLAMMMMMMMM!! 💣💣💣#GigEm pic.twitter.com/ZC4Z350Ylb

— Texas A&M Baseball (@AggieBaseball) June 10, 2024

Saturday’s Game

Texas A&M (10) vs. Oregon (6)

With nine total runs by the end of the top of the second, this afternoon’s game—at least early on—was an unexpected slugfest. Oregon chased Texas A&M ace Ryan Prager after allowing six runs across just 1.2 innings, but A&M’s high-powered offense punched back. They scored a run in the bottom of the third, but scored three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings to take control. Hayden Schott (3-for-5, three RBIs), Jackson Appel (3-for-5, two RBIs) and Kaeden Kent (1-for-4, two RBIs) accounted for seven of A&M’s eight RBIs, but the story of the game was the Aggies’ bullpen. Fireballer Chris Cortez struck out 10 and allowed just two hits across 5.2 shutout innings, while Evan Aschenbeck slammed the door with a trio of punch outs in 1.2 perfect innings.

🔥🔥🔥🔥 us up 1⃣0⃣#GigEm pic.twitter.com/PrdJpDdn3Q

— Texas A&M Baseball (@AggieBaseball) June 8, 2024

On a more somber note, star outfielder Braden Montgomery has been ruled out for the season after suffering an ankle injury. With a win tomorrow, Texas A&M would clinch its second College World Series appearance in the last three seasons.

Knoxville Super Regional

You can find our preview here.

Sunday’s Game

Tennessee (12) vs. Evansville (1), Evansville eliminated

It was a dominant showing from start to finish for Tennessee tonight, who bounced back from yesterday’s loss with an emphatic 12-1 win. The Volunteers never really took their foot off the gas and—due in large part to a whopping seven home runs—took a commanding 12-1 lead by the end of the fifth inning. Christian Moore and Dalton Bargo both blasted two home runs, while Billy Amick, Dean Curley and Cal Stark hit long balls of their own. On the bump, southpaw Zander Sechrist allowed one unearned run with six strikeouts across 6.1 innings. Like Virginia, Tennessee is headed back to the College World Series for the third time in the last four seasons.

First Name: Billy, Last Name: Barrels

📺 https://t.co/JFdLOUcQuH (ESPNU)#GBO // #OTH // #BeatUE pic.twitter.com/ttSNBWvhs7

— Tennessee Baseball (@Vol_Baseball) June 10, 2024

While this is the end of the road for Evansville, this season will be etched in the school’s history books forever. The program captured its first conference tournament title since 2006, won its first-ever regional and was just one win away from punching its ticket to the College World Series. That’s a whole lot to celebrate and be proud of.

Saturday’s Game

Tennessee (8) vs. Evansville (10)

After a hard-fought loss yesterday, Evansville today hung out to beat Tennessee 10-8 to force a winner-take-all third game. The Volunteers started fast and jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first on a trio of solo home runs. Drew Beam was off to a strong start of his own, starting the game with 3.1 shutout, hitless innings before Evansville got to him. The Purple Aces scored all 10 of their runs between the fourth and sixth innings. Cal McGinnis, Brendan Hord and Kip Fougerousse all belted two-run home runs, while Cam Widder delivered an RBI single. Tennessee made it interesting with three runs in the ninth inning and the potential game-winning run at the plate, but Shane Harris got potential first-round pick Christian Moore to flyout to end the game.

THE PURPLE ACES TAKE DOWN THE TOP-RANKED VOLS!

Evansville forces a Game 3 and becomes the first regional 4-seed to ever beat the overall No. 1 😮 pic.twitter.com/JNIxYqD3Ke

— ESPN (@espn) June 8, 2024

Tennessee (11) vs. Evansville (6)

Tennessee belted four home runs en route to a hard-fought victory over Evansville. The Vols’ struck first on a Blake Burke blast, but Evansville punched back in the top of the second with a Cal McGinnis two-run home run to take the lead. Tennessee went on to score four unanswered runs thanks to a pair of long balls and an RBI single, but Evansville again responded with a big inning of its own to re-tie the game. However, Tennessee’s high-powered offense proved to be too much for the Purple Aces to handle. It scored three runs in both the fifth and seventh innings to take a commanding 11-5 lead. Evansville scored a run and had the tying run on deck in the top of the ninth, but Aaron Combs collected a trio of strikeouts to slam the door.

Dang Billy, that ball had a family…

📺 https://t.co/slhIZcBQO2 (ESPN2)

#GBO // #OTH // #BeatUE pic.twitter.com/cdMn7XOgNu

— Tennessee Baseball (@Vol_Baseball) June 7, 2024

Lexington Super Regional

You can find our preview here.

Sunday’s Game

Kentucky (3) vs. Oregon State (2), Oregon State eliminated

Kentucky hung on to beat Oregon State 3-2 to clinch its first College World Series appearance in program history. The Wildcats jumped out to a 2-0 lead thanks to a Nolan McCarthy—more on him later—RBI double in the top of the second and a well-executed safety squeeze in the fourth. Oregon State responded to tie the game at two on a pair of bases-loaded walks, but that was the extent of its offense tonight.

With the score knotted at two in the seventh inning, Nolan McCarthy stood on second base after lacing his second double of the game. Just two hitters later, he motored around all the way from second to score the game-winning run on an extremely head’s up play. It appeared to be a normal wild pitch—even if it should’ve been scored as a passed ball—but McCarthy noticed the Oregon State pitcher not covering home plate and took advantage.

— Kentucky Baseball (@UKBaseball) June 10, 2024

Oregon State put runners on the corners—it should’ve had runners on second and third if it weren’t for a missed obstruction call—with two outs in the ninth, but Johnny Hummel struck out Micah McDowell on three pitches to seal the victory. Kentucky’s pitching staff this weekend held Oregon State to just two total runs on three hits, all of which were singles. Cameron O’Brien (3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 5 K) and Robert Hogan (2.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 3 K) were both nails in relief and allowed one hit across 5.1 combined shutout innings.

OMAHA!!!!!!!!!!!#WeAreUK x #RoadToOmaha pic.twitter.com/c4KgiMCJNT

— Kentucky Baseball (@UKBaseball) June 10, 2024

Saturday’s Game

Kentucky (10) vs. Oregon State (0)

10 runs seemed to be the magic number for a handful of teams today, but Kentucky had the most dominant performance of the bunch. The Wildcats were firing on all cylinders on both sides of the baseball. Their offense was led by Ryan Nicholson—who went 3-for-5 with a double, a home run and three RBIs—but the pitching duo of Trey Pooser and Jackson Nove dazzled. Pooser spun the best start of his career to the tune of eight strikeouts and just one hit—a single—across seven shutout innings, while Nove slammed the door with four strikeouts in two perfect innings.

— Kentucky Baseball (@UKBaseball) June 9, 2024

Tallahassee Super Regional

You can find our preview here.

Saturday’s Game

Florida State (10) vs. UConn (8), 12 innings, UConn eliminated

With Florida State ace Jamie Arnold on the bump, UConn today had its work cut out for them. However in what has been the case all season, it was unphased by the bright lights. The Huskies took a quick 2-0 lead thanks to a Luke Broadhurst RBI single and a Korey Morton double. Their two run first inning seemed to wake the Seminoles’ bats up, though, as they scored five unanswered runs to take a 5-2 lead by the bottom of the fifth inning. The second half of the game was a back-and-forth affair that saw UConn erase two separate Florida State leads. FSU led 8-7 heading into the bottom of the ninth inning, but Matt Malcom—who had logged just 87 at-bats coming into today’s game—blasted a game-tying, pinch hit home run to lead off the inning.

The score remained deadlocked at eight through 11 innings, but James Tibbs in the 12th crushed his third two-run home run of the game to give Florida State the lead for good. Conner Whittaker was excellent in relief for the ‘Noles, allowing just one hit across 3.2 shutout innings. For the first time since 2019, Florida State is headed to the College World Series.

It's James Tibbs world and we're all just living in it!!!!!

The first Nole since 2010 with a 3-HR game!

T12 | FSU 10, UConn 8 pic.twitter.com/yAT8g75X7A

— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) June 8, 2024

Friday’s Game

Florida State (24) vs. UConn (4)

It was an offensive onslaught in Tallahassee as Florida State hung 24 runs in its demolition of UConn. The Seminoles jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first thanks to back-to-back home runs courtesy of Jaime Ferrer and Marco Dinges and didn’t look back. They led 9-1 at the end of the fourth inning and punctuated their rout with 15 runs between the sixth and seventh innings. An impressive 10 different FSU hitters collected at least one knock, while seven drove in multiple runs. Florida State ace Jamie Arnold (11-3, 2.45 ERA) gets the ball tomorrow as the ‘Noles look to punch their ticket to Omaha.

2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament Super Regionals Scores, Bracket, Live Updates (2024)

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