NCAA softball tournament 2022: Full super regionals bracket, TV schedule for Road to Women’s College World Series

The regional round of the 2022 NCAA softball tournament was nothing if not exciting. There were upsets, such as Mississippi State’s two-game sweep over No. 2 Florida State. There were blowouts, like no. 1 Oklahoma’s 20-0 win over Texas A&M.

Now comes the real test. Super regionals begin May 26. Teams are just one weekend away from really being able to dream of Oklahoma City glory.

The eight super regionals feature a largely top-heavy cast of characters this season. Still, five of the 16 regional hosts were eliminated last round. Upsets can definitely happen.

Here’s all the information you need to watch the next level of the college softball’s postseason tourney.

MORE: Watch the NCAA super regionals live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NCAA softball tournament super regional hosts 2022

The winners of each double-elimination regional moved on to the super regionals, which are best-of-three series at the higher seed.

The eight super regional winners will then move on to the Women’s College World Series, which starts June 2. Those eight sides will take part in double-elimination brackets to figure out which two teams will play for the NCAA title.

The tournament has already been littered with a few shocks. Stanford got out of a bracket which included no. 6 seed Alabama, while Mississippi State stunned No. 2 Florida State to punch its ticket to the next round.

  • No. UCF (49-12) at No. 16 1 Oklahoma (52-2)
  • No. Northwestern (42-10) at No. 9 8 Arizona State (42-9)
  • No. Duke (44-9) at No. 12 5 UCLA (45-8)
  • Texas (41-18-1) at No. 4 Arkansas (47-9)
  • No. 14 Florida (46-16) at No. 3 Virginia Tech (45-8)
  • Oregon State (37-20) at Stanford (39-20)
  • No. Clemson (40-15) at No. 10 7 Oklahoma State (44-12)
  • Arizona (36-20) at Mississippi State (37-25)

How to watch NCAA softball super regionals

All of the upcoming softball action will be televised across ESPN’s family of networks from May 26-29. The Women’s College World Series will also be available through ESPN networks. The game times and channels are subject to change.

Games can also be streamed live with fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Here’s the TV schedule for the super regionals:

No. UCF (49-12) at No. 16 1 Oklahoma (52-2)

  • Game 1: May 27, 4:30 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 2: May 28, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN)
  • Game 3*: May 29, TBD (TBD)

No. Northwestern (42-10) at No. 9 8 Arizona State (42-9)

  • Game 1: May 27, 8:00 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Game 2: May 28, 11:00 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 3*: May 29, TBD (TBD)

No. Duke (44-9) at No. 12 5 UCLA (45-8)

  • Game 1: May 27, 11:00 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 2: May 28, 8:30 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 3*: May 29, TBD (TBD)

Texas (41-18-1) at No. 4 Arkansas (47-9)

  • Game 1: May 26, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 2: May 27, 6:30 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 3*: May 28, TBD (TBD)

No. 14 Florida (46-16) at No. 3 Virginia Tech (45-8)

  • Game 1: May 27, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 2: May 28,12: 00 pm ET (ESPN)
  • Game 3 *: May 29, TBD (TBD)

Oregon State (37-20) at Stanford (39-20)

  • Game 1: May 27, 10:30 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Game 2: May 28, 6:00 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Game 3 *: May 29, TBD (TBD)

No. Clemson (40-15) at No. 10 7 Oklahoma State (44-12)

  • Game 1: May 26, 9:30 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 2: May 27, 9:00 pm ET (ESPN2)
  • Game 3 *: May 28, TBD (TBD)

Arizona (36-20) at Mississippi State (37-25)

  • Game 1: May 27, 12:00 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Game 2: May 28, 4:00 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Game 3 *: May 29, TBD (TBD)

* If necessary

Women’s College World Series schedule 2022

  • Super Regionals: May 26-29
  • WCWS: June 2-10

After the super regionals wrap up, teams will get a few days of rest. Then, they will head to Oklahoma City to take part in the Women’s College World Series. Schools will play in double-elimination brackets to determine who advances to the final.

All Women’s College World Series games will be held at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium. The Women’s College World Series will start on June 2 and run through June 10.

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