Livestream College World Series 2023: How to watch LSU vs. Florida, TV channel, NCAA baseball tee time

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The finals of the 2023 Men’s College World Series continue on Sunday and LSU has a shot at capturing the 2023 national championship. The Tigers defeated their SEC rival Florida in Game 1 of the best-of-three finals on Saturday night, win with LSU by a 4-3 final in 11 innings. Florida needs a win on Sunday afternoon to force a winner-all Game 3 on Monday night at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska. LSU, meanwhile, is going for its seventh national title.

Florida advanced to the Finals with a win over TCU on Wednesday afternoon, and LSU secured a ticket with an extra inning win over Wake Forest on Thursday night. Tennessee, Oral Roberts, Stanford, Virginia, TCU and Wake Forest have been eliminated from the eight-team CWS field.

Wake Forest (the top seed), Florida, LSU and Virginia were all top seven national seeds in the tournament, so seeing them in the CWS was no surprise. But the tournament had one major underdog in Oral Roberts. Out of the Summit League, the Golden Eagles won the Stillwater Region earlier this month before sending Oregon to the Super Regionals. There were also some surprise eliminations during the regional round as high seeds like Vanderbilt, Clemson and Miami were sent home from the original field of 64.

Below, we’ve got everything fans need to know about the annual college baseball tournament, from the format and dates to the series and scores. Let’s dive in.

College World Series Schedule, Scores, Bracket

The College World Series was a double-elimination format until the final two teams were left standing. For LSU vs. Florida’s slates are wiped clean and it’s a best-of-three series to determine the national champion.

Below are the CWS scores and the remaining schedule. All games on ESPN and ESPN2 can be streamed live on fubo (free trial).

Sunday June 25

  • Florida vs. LSU, 3 p.m., ESPN

Monday June 26 (if necessary)

  • Florida vs. LSU, 7 p.m., ESPN

Saturday June 24

  • LSU 4, Florida 3 (11 innings)

Thursday June 22

  • LSU 2, Wake Forest 0 (Wake Forest eliminated)

Wednesday June 21

  • Florida 3, TCU 2 (TCU eliminated)
  • LSU 5, Wake Forest 2

Tuesday June 20

  • TCU 6, Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts eliminated)
  • LSU 5, Tennessee 0 (Tennessee eliminated)

Monday June 19

  • Tennessee 6, Stanford 4 (Stanford eliminated)
  • Wake Forest 3, LSU 2

Sunday June 18

  • TCU 4, Virginia 3 (Virginia eliminated)
  • Florida 5, Oral Roberts 4

Saturday June 17

  • Wake Forest 3, Stanford, 2
  • LSU 6, Tennessee 3

Friday June 16

  • Oral Roberts 6, TCU 5
  • Florida 6, Virginia 5

And here’s a look at the original College World Series bracket:

Super Regionals scores

Friday June 9

  • Duke 5, Virginia 4
  • TCU 4, State of Indiana 1
  • Florida 5, South Carolina 4
  • Oregon 9, Oral Roberts 8

Saturday June 10

  • Wake Forest 5, Alabama 4
  • Virginia 14, Duke 4
  • Florida 4, South Carolina 0 (Florida continues to CWS)
  • Texas 7, Stanford 5
  • LSU 14, Kentucky 0
  • TCU 6, Indiana State 4 (TCU advances to CWS)
  • Oral Roberts 8, Oregon 7

Sunday June 11

  • Confederate Miss 5, Tennessee 3
  • Wake Forest 22, Alabama 5 (Wake Forest continues to CWS)
  • Virginia 12, Duke 2 (Virginia advances to CWS)
  • Tennessee 8, Southern Miss 4
  • LSU 8, Kentucky 3 (LSU advances to CWS)
  • Oral Roberts 11, Oregon 6 (Oral Roberts advances to CWS)
  • Stanford 8, Texas 3

Monday June 12

  • Tennessee 5, Southern Miss 0 (Tennessee advances to CWS)
  • Stanford 7, Texas 6 (Stanford moves on to CWS)

Regional scores

Regional Winston-Salem
Hosted by No. 1 National Seed Wake Forest.

  • June 2: Wake Forest 12, George Mason 0
  • June 2: Maryland 7, Northeast 2
  • June 3: George Mason 11, Northeast 3
  • June 3: Wake Forest 21, Maryland 6
  • June 4: George Mason 11, Maryland 10
  • June 4: Wake Forest 15, George Mason 1 (Wake Forest moving forward)

Regional Gainesville
Hosted by No. 2 National Seed Florida.

  • June 2: Florida 3, Florida A&M 0
  • June 2: Texas Tech 3, UConn 2
  • June 3: UConn 9, Florida A&M 6
  • June 3: Texas Tech 5, Florida 4
  • June 4: Florida 8, UConn 2
  • June 4: Florida 7, Texas Tech 1
  • June 5: Florida 6, Texas Tech 0 (Florida moving forward)

Fayetteville regional
Hosted by No. 3 national seed Arkansas.

  • June 2: Arkansas 13, Santa Clara 6
  • June 2: TCU 12, Arizona 4
  • June 3: Santa Clara 9, Arizona 3
  • June 4: TCU 20, Arkansas 5
  • June 4: Arkansas 6, Santa Clara 4
  • June 5: TCU 12, Arkansas 4 (TCU moving forward)

Clemson region
Hosted by No. 4 National Seed Clemson.

  • June 2: Clemson 12, Lipscomb 5
  • June 2: Tennessee 8, Charlotte 1
  • June 3: Charlotte 9, Lipscomb 2
  • June 3: Tennessee 6, Clemson 5 (F/14)
  • June 4: Charlotte 3, Clemson 2
  • June 4; Tennessee 9, Charlotte 2 (Tennessee advances)

Regional Baton Rouge
Hosted by No. 5 National Seed LSU.

  • June 2: LSU 7, Tulane 2
  • June 2: Oregon State 18, Sam Houston State 2
  • June 4: Sam Houston State 10, Tulane 2
  • June 4: LSU 6, Oregon State 5
  • June 4: Oregon State 3, Sam Houston State 1
  • June 5: LSU 13, Oregon State 7 (LSU moving forward)

Regional Nashville
Hosted by No. 6 National Seed Vanderbilt.

  • June 2: Vanderbilt 12, Eastern Illinois 2
  • June 2: Oregon 5, Xavier 4
  • June 3: Xavier 7, Eastern Illinois 0
  • June 3: Oregon 8, Vanderbilt 7
  • June 4: Xavier 2, Vanderbilt 1
  • June 4: Oregon 11, Xavier 2 (Oregon moving forward)

Regional Charlottesville
Hosted by No. 7 National Seed Virginia.

  • June 2: Virginia 15, Army West Point 1
  • June 2: East Carolina 14, Oklahoma 5
  • June 3: Oklahoma 10, Army West Point 1
  • June 3: Virginia 2, East Carolina 1
  • June 4: East Carolina 8, Oklahoma 5
  • June 4: Virginia 8, East Carolina 3 (Virginia advancing)

Stanford regional
Hosted by No. 8 national seed Stanford.

  • June 2: Stanford 13, San Jose State 2
  • June 2: Texas A&M 12, Cal State Fullerton 7
  • June 3: Cal State Fullerton 9, San Jose State 5
  • June 3: Texas A&M 8, Stanford 5
  • June 4: Stanford 6, Cal State Fullerton 5
  • June 4: Stanford 13, Texas A&M 5
  • June 5: Stanford 7, Texas A&M 1 (Stanford moving forward)

Regional Coral Gables
Hosted by No. 9 National Seed Miami.

  • June 2: Miami 9, Maine 1
  • June 2: Texas 4, Louisiana 2
  • June 3: Louisiana 19, Maine 10
  • June 3: Texas 4, Miami 1
  • June 4: Miami 8, Louisiana 5
  • June 4: Texas 10, Miami 6 (Texas moving forward)

Conway regional
Hosted by No. 10 National Seed Coastal Carolina.

  • June 2: Rider 11, Coastal Carolina 10
  • June 2: Duke 12, UNC Wilmington 3
  • June 3: Coastal Carolina 12, UNC Wilmington 2
  • June 3: Duke 2, Rider 1
  • June 4: Coastal Carolina 13, Rider 5
  • June 4: Coastal Carolina 8, Duke 6
  • June 5: Duke 12, Coastal Carolina 3 (Duke enters)

Regional Stillwater
Hosted by No. 11 national seed Oklahoma State.

  • June 2: Oral Roberts 6, Oklahoma State 4
  • June 2: Washington 9, Dallas Baptist 5
  • June 3: Dallas Baptist 18, Oklahoma State 4
  • June 3: Oral Roberts 15, Washington 12
  • June 4: Dallas Baptist 9, Washington 1
  • June 4: Oral Roberts 6, Dallas Baptist 5 (Oral Roberts moves forward)

Lexington regional
Hosted by No. 12 national seed Kentucky.

  • June 2: Kentucky 4, Ball State 0
  • June 2: Indiana 12, West Virginia 6
  • June 3: West Virginia 13, Ball State 5
  • June 3: Indiana 5, Kentucky 3
  • June 4: Kentucky 10, West Virginia 0
  • June 4: Kentucky 16, Indiana 6
  • June 5: Kentucky 4, Indiana 2 (Kentucky moving forward)

Maroon Regional
Hosted by No. 13 National Seed Auburn.

  • June 2: Penn 6, Maroon 3 (F/11)
  • June 2: Samford 4, Southern Miss 2 (F/10)
  • June 3: Confederate Miss 7, Auburn 2
  • June 3: Penn 5, Samford 4
  • June 4: Southern Miss 9, Samford 4
  • June 4: Southern Miss 11, Penn 2
  • June 5: Southern Miss 11, Penn 7 (Southern Miss Advances)

Terre Haute Regional
Hosted by No. 14 national seed Indiana State.

  • June 2: Indiana State 6, Wright State 5
  • June 2: Iowa 5, North Carolina 4
  • June 3: North Carolina 5, Wright State 0
  • June 3: Indiana State 7, Iowa 4
  • June 4: Iowa 6, North Carolina 5 (F/13)
  • June 4: Indiana State 11, Iowa 8 (Indiana State progresses)

Regional Colombia
Hosted by No. 15 National Seed South Carolina.

  • June 2: South Carolina 19, Central Connecticut State 1
  • June 2: NC State 5, Campbell 1
  • June 3: Campbell 10, Central Connecticut State 5
  • June 3: South Carolina 6, NC State 3
  • June 4: Campbell 11, NC State 1
  • June 4: South Carolina 16, Campbell 7 (South Carolina advances)

Regional Tuscaloosa
Hosted by No. 16 national seed Alabama.

  • June 2: Alabama 4, Nicholls 3
  • June 2: Troy 11, Boston College 10
  • June 3: Boston College 14, Nicholls 6
  • June 3: Alabama 11, Troy 8
  • June 4: Boston College 4, Troy 1
  • June 4: Alabama 8, Boston College 0 (Alabama moving forward)

College baseball notes

Here’s a link to the full series from NCAA.com, including region versus region combinations for the superregionals. Now for some quick takeaways on the 64-team field:

  • There will be no repeat this year, as reigning national champion Ole Miss (25-29) did not receive a bid. No team has repeated as the national champion at the Division I level since South Carolina in 2010 and 2011.
  • Florida State (23-31) finished with a losing record for the first time ever, missing the postseason for the first time since 1977. Their 44 consecutive tournament appearances are a record.
  • Listed alphabetically, the final four teams were Arizona, Louisiana, Oklahoma State and Troy. The first four teams to be out were Arizona State, Kansas State, Kent State and UC Irvine.
  • The SEC hosted a record eight regionals. The state of South Carolina hosted three regionals, while the state of Texas hosted no regionals for the first time since 2013.





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