Super Regionals start this weekend, and we have re-seeded the 16 teams remaining in the tournament.
Tennessee duplicates its number one overall seed in our re-seed efforts. The Volunteers swept the Knoxville Regional over the weekend.
Virginia Tech follows the Vols; the Hokies also swept their Regional. Stanford and Oregon State are next at Nos. 3 and 4.
No. 5 Texas A&M matches its national seed after the Aggies swept the College Station Regional. Texas A&M eliminated Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle's former team, TCU, in the final.
Arkansas, unseeded in the NCAA Tournament, checks in at No. 6 in the re-seed. The Razorbacks traveled to Stillwater and went toe-to-toe with the Cowboys before eliminating Oklahoma State in thrilling fashion.
The Razorbacks are followed by Oklahoma, another unseeded team who won a road regional over the weekend. Oklahoma traveled to Gainesville and knocked off Florida in the regional final.
No. 8 Texas checks in next followed by No. 9 Auburn. Both teams swept their home regionals over the weekend.
No. 10 Notre Dame swept the Statesboro Regional. The Irish have the unenviable task of traveling to Knoxville to play Tennessee in the Supers.
No. 11 Louisville was pushed to the brink by Michigan in the Louisville Regional, but the Cardinals advanced with the help of a controversial tag play.
No, 12 Southern Miss and No. 13 Ole Miss will battle it out in Hattiesburg this weekend.
No. 14 North Carolina, No. 15 ECU, and No. 16 UConn wrap up the re-seeded teams.