NCAA baseball regional host sites announced

WACO, Texas (KWTX) Had the Baylor Bears advanced to the Big 12 Conference Tournament championship game, or split the final regular-season series with conference tournament champion Oklahoma State, odds might've been more in favor of the Bears.

With a 34-17 record going into regional play, Baylor will most likely be a No. 2 seed. Their next destination will be revealed in a selection show on ESPNU scheduled for 11 a.m.

Texas A&M (37-21-1) just missed out on hosting and they appear destined for Texas Tech or Oklahoma State.

Since conference opponents are not allowed to play each other until the super regional round, the Aggies won't be able to travel to a place like LSU or Arkansas, while Baylor can't visit Lubbock or Stillwater.

Athens, GA (Georgia)
Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech)
Baton Rouge, LA (LSU)
Chapel Hill, NC (North Carolina)
Corvallis, OR (Oregon State)
Fayetteville, AR (Arkansas)
Greenville, NC (East Carolina)
Los Angeles, CA (UCLA)
Louisville, KY (Louisville)
Lubbock, TX (Texas Tech)
Morgantown, WV (West Virginia)
Nashville, TN (Vanderbilt)
Oxford, MS (Ole Miss)
Stanford, CA (Stanford)
Starkville, MS (Mississippi State)
Stillwater, OK (Oklahoma State)