Georgia has had an impressive season on the diamond this spring, and it should end with the Bulldogs getting some national recognition in the NCAA baseball regionals.
In fact, in Baseball America’s latest Projected Field of 64 released on Wednesday, Georgia was projected as the No. 7 overall seed in the country, meaning it would get to host a regional in Athens.
In those projections, Georgia would host a regional featuring Indiana, Houston and Alabama State. The Bulldogs are one of 10 SEC teams projected to play in the NCAA regionals, five of which would host a regional.
Georgia is 33-14 after its 3-1 win over Georgia Tech at SunTrust Park on Tuesday. The Bulldogs have three-game series against Florida and Arkansas — the top two SEC teams in Baseball America’s projections — and a matchup with Presbyterian remaining this season.
Georgia also will have a chance to improve its potential regional seeding in the SEC Tournament, which takes place May 22-27.
The NCAA regionals begin on June 1.