Newspaper that inspires change. Breaking stories that shake the world. Be informed, Don't Settle for Fake News.

feat shape 1
feat shape 2
feat shape 3

UK College World Series bracket and Omaha format: Everything you need to know

Kentucky baseball defies expectations in historic NCAA Tournament run, securing College World Series spot with impressive wins and determination.

The Kentucky baseball team has defied expectations in the NCAA Tournament, sweeping their regional and winning the first two games of the super regional against Oregon State. As of Monday morning, seven of the eight spots in the College World Series had been filled, with Kentucky securing the No. 2 seed. The final spot will be determined by a game between Georgia and N.C. State.

Teams are divided into two four-team pods for a double-elimination bracket. Half the field will play on June 14, while the other half will begin on June 15. The tournament continues through June 20, with two games scheduled each day at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Kentucky will start play on June 15, facing the winner of the Georgia/N.C. State game. The Wildcats will compete in a pod with Texas A&M, Florida, and the Georgia/N.C. State winner. The championship series will feature the winners of the double-elimination brackets in a best-of-three series starting on June 22.

All games will be broadcast on ESPN and, with the championship series airing on ESPN and ABC. Ticket information has been sent to season ticket holders and donors, with the general public able to purchase single game tickets through

Kentucky's journey to the College World Series has been a testament to their grit and determination, with players like Trey Pooser making significant contributions to the team's success. As the Wildcats head to Omaha, they have proven themselves as a force to be reckoned with in college baseball.

Share With Others

Comments on UK College World Series bracket and Omaha format: Everything you need to know