Three days into the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament, the field has been narrowed from 64 teams down to 26. By Tuesday we'll be down to 16.
Seven of the 16 regionals have been decided. The remainder of those have been pushed into Monday either by weather delay or a Game 7.
Six of the sites will be playing one all-or-nothing championship game on Monday. The exceptions are in Coral Gables, Gainesville and Oxford, where rain postponements from the weekend have them playing catch-up.
In Coral Gables, Miami and Texas Tech will resume their game from Sunday with Tech leading 1-0 in the top of the eighth inning. If Miami can rally, they'll play a Game 7 later in the day. In Gainesville, Long Beach State leads North Carolina, 5-4, in the top of the seventh. The winner of that game will play College of Charleston in the championship game in the afternoon. If College of Charleston loses that game, the finale will be played on Tuesday.
Washington will need to beat Ole Miss twice in Oxford on Monday if they hope to advance. If they pull out the first game, the two teams will turn around and play again in the evening.
12:05 p.m. ET: Alabama vs. Kennesaw State
3 p.m. ET: Ole Miss vs. Washington
7 p.m. ET: Texas A&M vs. Texas
11 p.m. ET: (1) Oregon State vs. UC Irvine
You can watch all of these games live at WatchESPN.
(8) LSU vs. Houston: 8 p.m. ET
(4) Indiana vs. Stanford: 5:30 p.m. ET
Miami (Fla.) vs. Texas Tech (resumption — Tech leads 1-0, T8): 2 p.m. ET
Miami (Fla.) vs. Texas Tech (if necessary): 4 p.m. ET
(1) Oregon State vs. UC Irvine: 11 p.m. ET
Long Beach State vs. North Carolina (resumption -- LBS leads 5-4, T7): noon ET
College of Charleston vs. Game 5 winner: 3 p.m. ET
Texas A&M vs. Texas: 7 p.m. ET
(6) Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Mississippi State: 7 p.m. ET
Ole Miss vs. Washington: 3 p.m. ET
Ole Miss vs. Washington (if necessary): 8 p.m. ET
Alabama vs. Kennesaw State: noon ET