NCAA Baseball Tournament Super Regionals 2011 TV Schedule: Monday Television And Live Online Coverage

The 2011 NCAA Baseball Tournament wraps up the super regionals round on Monday with two final matchups to send teams on to the 2011 College World Series.Virginia meets UC Irvine at 1:00pm pacific time and Florida State meets Texas A&M at 4:00pm pacific time. Cal has advanced on to the 2011 College World Series so their fans can relax on this final day of the super regionals. However, they do have something to watch as it appears Cal will play the winner of Virginia-UC Irvine. Given that Virginia is the number one overall seed, I'd imagine Cal fans would be rooting for Irvine. Of course it would then be a battle of Cinderella squads, so who knows what the fans want.

Both games will be featured on ESPN2. If you don't have cable or will be away from your television, you can watch them on ESPN3.com, which will be providing a live online stream for each of the games. Here is a rundown of Monday's action with times, channels, and announcers (all times pacific):

June 13 1 p.m. UC Irvine vs. Virginia (from Charlottesville) **
Mike Gleason & Mike Rooney
3* ESPN2 / ESPN3.com / ESPN Mobile TV
  4 p.m. Texas A&M vs. Florida State (from Tallahassee) **
Dan McLaughlin & Jay Walker
3* ESPN2 / ESPN3.com / ESPN Mobile TV

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