The Road to Omaha Starts Here: ESPN Platforms Present Every Pitch of the NCAA Baseball Regionals

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The Road to Omaha Starts Here: ESPN Platforms Present Every Pitch of the NCAA Baseball Regionals

College baseball post-season action gets into full swing with the NCAA Baseball Regionals Presented by Capital One beginning on Friday, June 2. Games from all 16 regional sites will be available across ESPN platforms including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, ACC Network, Longhorn Network and ESPN+. All games will be available to stream live on the ESPN App with exclusive, whip-around coverage on ESPN Squeeze Play.

All the Action on ESPN+
Every game of regional play – 112 games across the 16 regional sites – will be simulcast on ESPN+ and showcased on Squeeze Play Presented by Capital One with extensive surrounding coverage of all the post-season action. Squeeze Play is home for around-the-clock multi-game coverage, weather updates, scores, highlights and more through the College Baseball Regionals. The platform will feature up to four live games simultaneously throughout the weekend. Matt Schick and Kris Budden will combine to host Squeeze Play with analysts Chris Burke and Mike Rooney.

The Road to Omaha
ESPN will once again be the exclusive home of the entire NCAA Division I Baseball postseason throughout the month of June with ESPN platforms combining to carry as many as 153 total matchups throughout the post season. Play begins with this weekend’s Regionals (June 2-5) followed by Super Regionals (June 9-12) and the Men’s College World Series (June 16-26).

Additional Men’s College World Series coverage details will be announced in the coming weeks.

All scheduling updates throughout the NCAA Baseball Tournament can be found here.

Julie McKay

I joined ESPN in 2022 as a member of the communications department working on college sports. My passion for college sports came at an early age in a divided household (Big Ten Conference-divided, that is) and followed that to the University of Wisconsin-Madison (sorry, Dad). Four years in the Athletic Communications Department, along with internships with the Big Ten Conference, Big Ten Network and NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, cemented my career path. After spending some time in sports media PR in San Francisco, I’ve spent five-plus years focused in golf, with stints at the American Junior Golf Association, Augusta National and Buffalo Agency, working with the USGA, Youth on Course and Destination Kohler, among others. Despite being a proud Wisconsin native, I’ll forever betray my home state as a lifelong Chicago sports fan. My dog Rizzo knows there’s always next year and wishes his namesake would return home to the North Side.
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