The NCAA tournament features 64 teams in 16 regionals. Each regional is a four-team, double-elimination tournament, which means a team is eliminated after two losses.
Game 3 Saturday afternoon: Fridays losers (both 0-1) play Saturday afternoon. Losing team is eliminated.
Game 4 Saturday night: Fridays winners (both 1-0) play Saturday night. The winner advances to Sunday night (Game 6). Loser plays in Game 5 Sunday afternoon.
Game 5 Sunday afternoon: Game 3 winner (1-1) vs. Game 4 loser (1-1). Losing team is eliminated. Winner advances to Game 6.
Game 6 Sunday night: Game 4 winner (2-0) vs. Game 5 winner (2-1). If the 2-0 team wins, it wins the regional. If the 2-1 team wins, the two teams will play again Monday, with that winner advancing to the super regional.
Game 7 Monday (if necessary): Rematch of Game 6. The winner wins the regional.
Each regional winner is paired against another regional winner and will play a best-of-3 series.
The eight teams that win the super regional advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.