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For the 24th time in school history, the University of Miami has been selected to host one of 16 regional sites for the NCAA Division I Baseball Championships. Miami (36-21) will be making its NCAA-record 40th consecutive regional appearance this week when play at the Coral Gables Regional begins Friday, June 1 at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
Five ACC schools were selected to host a regional with North Carolina, Virginia, NC State, Florida State joining Miami.
The 16 regional sites, with host institutions and records are as follows: LSU (43-26), Baton Rouge, La.; North Carolina (44-14), Chapel Hill, N.C.; Virginia (38-17), Charlottesville, Va.; Texas A&M (42-16), College Station, Texas; South Carolina (40-17), Columbia, S.C.; Miami (36-21), Coral Gables, Fla.; Oregon (42-16), Eugene, Ore.; Florida (42-18), Gainesville, Fla.; Purdue (44-12), Gary, Ind.; Rice (40-17), Houston, Texas; UCLA (41-14), Los Angeles, Calif.; Stanford (37-16), Palo Alto, Calif.; NC State (39-17), Raleigh, N.C.; Florida State (43-15), Tallahassee, Fla.; Arizona (37-17), Tucson, Ariz.; Baylor (44-14), Waco, Texas.
The last season Miami hosted a regional was 2010, when the Hurricanes went on to win the Coral Gables Regional with wins over Texas A&M and Dartmouth.
Ticket packages for the entire Coral Gables Regional are $90 for field box, $60 for chairback, $45 for adult general admission and $30 for youth, seniors and students. Those packages will go on sale at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. Individual day passes will go on sale later this week.
The Coral Gables Regional field will be announced Monday at 12 p.m. on ESPNU.