The Florida State baseball team will learn who it will play and in which regional when the NCAA Selection Committee announces its field of 64 on Monday.
A list of 20 regional host sites was narrowed to 16 on Sunday night: Austin (Texas), Columbia (SC), Eugene (Oregon), Fayetteville (Arkansas), Fort Worth (Texas), Gainesville, Greenville (NC), Knoxville (Tennessee), Lubbock (Texas), Nashville (Tennessee), Oxford (Miss.), Ruston (Louisiana), South Bend (Indiana), Starkville (Mississippi), Stanford (California), Tucson (Arizona).
FSU (30-22) is widely projected as the No. 2 seed but the question is which regional. The Seminoles will find out where they are headed in a selection show at noon on ESPN2. D1baseball.com predicts the Seminoles will play in a regional at Starkville, Miss. That regional includes No. 8 national seed Mississippi State.
Baseball America has FSU playing in a regional at Ruston, La. That regional includes No. 16 national seed Louisiana Tech.
The Seminoles have had good fortune playing on the road in the NCAA postseason, including a run to the CWS in 2019 when they won a regional at Athens, Ga., and a Super Regional at Baton Rouge, La.
FSU’s 2021 baseball stats can be viewed here.