3/14 Baseball Bracketology Breakdown

Last Eight In: South Alabama, Arizona, Rice, Tulane, Cal State Fullerton, Houston, Boston College, Kentucky
First Eight Out: Tennessee, USC, Missouri, Wake Forest, Washington, Duke, West Virginia, Cal Poly
The Atlantic Coast Conference has been off to a great start as a whole this season. There are currently 11 teams with double digit win totals and there will be a lot of competition for bids out of the league. The Atlantic Division of the conference looks to be incredibly tough this season with the lone two undefeated conference teams in conference play, Louisville and Florida State, as well as a surprising Boston College team that is currently 12-3 and is coming off a series win over NC State. Even the bottom of the conference is playing well. Virginia Tech and Pittsburgh both find themselves near the bottom of the conference in terms of overall winning percentage, but they pushed Miami and North Carolina, respectively, in series last weekend and each won a game. Georgia Tech and Notre Dame were the only teams to drop all three games of the conference-opening weekend, but both have regional caliber ball clubs. Georgia Tech entered the weekend at 12-0 and is still projected in the field, while Notre Dame is 6-8 on the year but has a significant number of returners from last year’s regional team. Watch for the ACC to push for double-digit teams in the tournament this season.
ACC: Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia
American: Houston, Tulane, East Carolina
Big East: Creighton
Big 12: Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech
Big Ten: Michigan, Michigan State
Pac-12: Arizona State, Arizona, California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA
SEC: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
A-10: Richmond
America East: Stony Brook
A-Sun: North Florida
Big South: Coastal Carolina
Big West: Long Beach State, UC Santa Barbara, Cal State Fullerton
CAA: Charleston
C-USA: Florida Atlantic, Rice
Horizon: Wright State
Ivy: Columbia
MAAC: Rider
MAC: Kent State
MEAC: Florida A&M
MVC: Dallas Baptist, Missouri State
MWC: Fresno State
NEC: Bryant
OVC: Southeast Missouri
Patriot: Holy Cross
Southern: Wofford
Southland: Southeastern Louisiana
Summit: Oral Roberts
Sun Belt: Louisiana, South Alabama
SWAC: Alabama State
WAC: Seattle