NCAA softball: UF receives No. 2 national seed, to host regionals

NCAA softball: UF receives No. 2 national seed, to host regionals

OR (47-7) will open against Albany (32-14) at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

Florida has hosted an NCAA Regional every year under the direction of head coach Tim Walton.

Oregon State (28-26) got into the Tuscalooosa (Alabama) regional, Friday through Sunday. UCLA and Arizona are lined up to meet if both advance from the opening weekend, as would Washington and Oregon State if each survived the first regional.

The Florida softball team will host an NCAA Regional for the 14 consecutive season at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. They hold a 108-53 record in postseason play, including 12 College World Series appearances and a national championship in 2005.

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WSU, as a the #3-seed in the Fayetteville regional will square off against #2-seed Oklahoma State on Friday.

Per the brackets, the victor of the Alabama regional will face the victor of No. 5 Washington's regional. Arizona State (43-11) is No. 8 and playing a regional at home in Tempe.

OR is the top overall seed in the tournament.

The super regionals will be played May 24-27 on eight campus sites, with eight best-of-three matchups.

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