NCAA Baseball Regionals 2011 Television Schedule: ESPNU and Live Online Streams

The 2011 NCAA baseball tournament kicks off with regional coverage as the sixteen regional brackets begin play on Friday. ESPNU and NCAA.com will both provide regional round coverage this weekend. ESPNU will provide coverage of the Gainesville and Fullerton regionals, with a live online stream simulcast available for most games at espn3.com. The Gainesville bracket kicks off at 9:00am pacific with Miami (FL) playing Jacksonville. That's followed by Florida-Manhattan at 1:00pm. The Fullerton regional starts at 4:00pm pacific with Stanford-Kansas State and is followed by CS-Fullerton-Illinois at 8:00pm.

NCAA.com will provide a live online stream of the Charlottesville regional but they have yet to include a more specific link for their television coverage. The Charlottesville regional kicks off at 10:00am pacific with Virginia taking on Navy. That's followed by St. John's and East Carolina at 3:00pm. NCAA.com will cover the entire series.

For the rest of the Bay Area, radio will have to suffice. KALX 90.7 FM will have coverage of the Cal games during the Houston Regional, with their first match with Baylor starting Friday at noon. USF Dons games can be heard online via Yahoo! Sports.

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