2011 College World Series Bracket Update: Cal Baseball Faces Virginia-UCI Winner Sunday At 11:00am Pacific

The 2011 College World Series kicks off this Saturdat 11:00am pacific and the bracket is slowly being revealed while the final two entrants are determined today. NCAA.com has posted an updated bracket with the six current entrants into the field. Saturday's matchups feature North Carolina versus Vanderbilt and Texas versus Florida at 11:0am pacific and 4:00pm pacific, respectively. The winners of those two matchups will square off, as will the losers on Monday June 20.

The Cal baseball team will open their College World Series facing off against the winner of Virginia and UC-Irvine on Sunday at 11:00am pacific on ESPN. UCI currently leads Virginia 1-0 in their elimination contest on ESPN2. In the other half of that bracket, South Carolina will face the winner of Florida State and Texas A&M. Once that is all determined, the winner of Cal/Virginia-UCI will face the winner of South Carolina/FSU-A&M and the losers will also square off.

The entire College World Series bracket will be set tonight once Florida State and Texas A&M wrap up their game. The CWS kicks off on June 18 and we'll have plenty of coverage through the tournament. To continue following Cal's magical Cinderella run, head over to California Golden Blogs.

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