TCU baseball is in the midst of an historic hot streak and on Monday morning it was rewarded. The Horned Frogs were named one of eight national seeds, a first for the program, which means as long as they keep winning they’ll be playing at Lupton Stadium with a chance to make it to their second College World Series in Omaha.
The NCAA Baseball Regional brackets were announced Monday on ESPNU. The TCU Horned Frogs, hosting their fourth regional in program history, earned their first-ever national seed. TCU was selected as the No. 7 national seed and will face the region's four-seed, Siena on Friday at Lupton Stadium.
The Saints found out Monday that they will face No. 7 national seed Texas Christian University of the Big 12 at 8 p.m. Friday at Lupton Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Siena College baseball team will again rack up the frequent-flyer points this week when it travels to Fort Worth, Tex., to compete in the NCAA Baseball Tournament.
The announcement on Monday that TCU would be hosting one of the NCAA’s baseball regionals serves as a point of inspiration throughout the school’s athletic department, as well as a warning.
Kansas, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas and Texas Tech have earned bids to the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship field. The Cowboys and Horned Frogs will serve as regional site hosts with TCU as a top eight national seed in the event (No. 7). Regional play begins on Friday, May 30, and runs through Monday, June 2 (if necessary).