Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer

NCAA Destination Set; Oswego Headed to Maine

NCAA Destination Set; Oswego Headed to Maine

Oswego Sports Information Department

OSWEGO, N.Y. – The Oswego State baseball team learned its NCAA Championship destination during Monday's selection show. Second-seeded Oswego will head north to the University of Southern Maine and will face the third-seeded Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Engineers at 3:30 p.m. on Friday. The Lakers and Engineers each earned berths by winning their conference tournaments, with Oswego winning the SUNYAC while MIT captured the New England Men's and Women's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC).

Top-seeded Southern Maine – ranked No. 2 in both national polls – is hosting the double-elimination, four-team pod and the Huskies will face New England College on Friday. The four-team regional format can be seen in the table below:
 

Friday, May 17      
  Game 1 12 p.m. No. 1 Southern Maine vs. No. 4 New England
  Game 2 3:30 p.m. No. 2 Oswego vs. No. 3 MIT
Saturday, May 18      
  Game 3 12 p.m. Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
  Game 4 3:30 p.m. Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
  Game 5 7 p.m. Winner Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4
Sunday, May 19      
  Game 6 12 p.m. Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5
  Game 7 3:30 p.m. Winner Game 6 vs. Loser Game 6 (if necessary)


For the first time, the NCAA Division III Championship has moved to a regional and super regional format before the eight-team World Series. The winner of the Southern Maine Regional will face the winner of the UMass-Boston Regional, which includes the host, Baruch College, Wheaton College (Mass.) and St. Joseph's College (Me.), in a super regional best-of-three series on May 24-25.

Super regional winners will play the familiar World Series format of double-elimination until two teams remain, with those two teams playing a best-of-three series. The World Series - for the first time in Cedar Rapids, Iowa - begins May 31 and will continue through either June 4 or 5.

Q&A: Hannah Marafioti
April 25, 2019 Q&A: Hannah Marafioti
Q&A: Rich Samuels
April 16, 2019 Q&A: Rich Samuels
Q&A: Cayla O'Connor
April 8, 2019 Q&A: Cayla O'Connor
Q&A: Katie Quagliana
April 4, 2019 Q&A: Katie Quagliana
Q&A: Bobby Emerson
March 28, 2019 Q&A: Bobby Emerson
Q&A: Stephen Panno
March 7, 2019 Q&A: Stephen Panno
2019 Winter Brackets Set
February 16, 2019 2019 Winter Brackets Set
Q&A: Rachael Windhausen
February 14, 2019 Q&A: Rachael Windhausen
Q&A: Andrew Husted
January 31, 2019 Q&A: Andrew Husted
Q&A: Taylor Durnin
January 17, 2019 Q&A: Taylor Durnin
Q&A: Todd Schauss
January 10, 2019 Q&A: Todd Schauss
Q&A: Alexa Amalbert
January 3, 2019 Q&A: Alexa Amalbert
Happy New Year!
December 28, 2018 Happy New Year!
Q&A Shannon McGuire
December 20, 2018 Q&A Shannon McGuire
Q&A: Brandon Amthor
December 13, 2018 Q&A: Brandon Amthor
Q&A: Chelsea Angulas
December 6, 2018 Q&A: Chelsea Angulas
Q&A: Conlan Keenan
November 20, 2018 Q&A: Conlan Keenan
Q&A: Princella McCullough
November 13, 2018 Q&A: Princella McCullough
Q&A: Kelsey Devine
November 1, 2018 Q&A: Kelsey Devine
Q&A: Kelsey Devine
November 1, 2018 Q&A: Kelsey Devine
Q&A: Brian Terra
October 25, 2018 Q&A: Brian Terra
Q&A: Witman Hernandez
October 18, 2018 Q&A: Witman Hernandez
Q&A: Sam Mendelsohn
October 11, 2018 Q&A: Sam Mendelsohn
Q&A: Jess Gibaldi
October 4, 2018 Q&A: Jess Gibaldi
SUNYAC Q&A: Mikayla Johnson
September 27, 2018 SUNYAC Q&A: Mikayla Johnson
SUNYAC Q&A: Brooke Falsion
September 20, 2018 SUNYAC Q&A: Brooke Falsion
SUNYAC Q&A: Van Pelt
September 13, 2018 SUNYAC Q&A: Van Pelt
SUNYAC set for 2018-19
August 13, 2018 SUNYAC set for 2018-19