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Bryan-College Station Regional participants announced

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A fighter jet squadron flies over during the National Anthem before Texas A&M’s game against Arkansas at Olsen Field on Saturday, May 18, 2024. (Chris Swann/The Battalion)

For the second time in three seasons, No. 3 national seed Texas A&M baseball will host the Bryan-College Station Regional, where it’ll be joined by Louisiana, Texas and Grambling, the NCAA Selection Committee announced Monday, May 27.

The Aggies earned an at-large bid with a record of 44-13 and a second-place finish in the SEC West standings after going 0-2 in the SEC Tournament. This is A&M’s 38th NCAA Tournament appearance and the 13th time the Maroon and White have hosted a regional.

Louisiana earned the No. 2 seed in the regional with a 40-18 record and an at-large bid out of the Sun Belt. The Ragin’ Cajuns went 0-2 in the Sun Belt Tournament.

Texas will be the regional No. 3 seed with a 35-22 record and an at-large bid out of the Big 12. A&M defeated Texas 9-2 in a midweek game in Austin earlier this season.

Grambling State rounds out the Bryan-College Station Regional with the No. 4 seed. The Tigers won the SWAC Tournament with a drama-filled ninth inning rally over Jackson State and received the conference’s auto-bid for their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2010.

Texas A&M opens play against Grambling State at noon on Friday, May 31. The winner of the regional will face the winner of the Santa Barbara Regional in the Super Regional round.

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Ian Curtis
Ian Curtis, Sports Reporter
Ian Curtis is a journalism freshman from College Station, Texas. Ian has written about football, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, hockey, gymnastics, volleyball and more for The Battalion. Ian's work has also appeared in The Bryan-College Station Eagle and over the airwaves on WTAW and BCSball.com. 
Chris Swann
Chris Swann, Photo Chief
Chris is a Journalism junior from Winnsboro, TX. Chris served as the Social Media Manager and Assistant Photo Chief prior to becoming Photo Chief for The Battalion’s photo desk. Before transferring to A&M in the Fall of 2023, Chris spent two years at Tyler Junior College, where he was Photo and Design editor for their student media, The DrumBeat. He is expected to graduate in May of 2026.
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