The field of 64 is set for the 2021 NCAA Regionals for college baseball, with four schools from the state of Louisiana still clinging to hopes of a national title.

The LSU Tigers, McNeese St. Cowboys, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, and Southern Jaguars will all be playing in different regionals.

LSU, who will be participating in its 33rd all-time regional, including their 10th-straight, will be part of the Eugene Regional, featuring the top-seeded Oregon Ducks, along with the second-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, the third-seeded Tigers, and the fourth-seeded Central Connecticut Blue Devils.

LSU, who is 34-22 on the season, will play its first game in the regional on Friday night at 9 p.m. against Gonzaga.

McNeese St., who will be participating in its sixth all-time regional, including their second-straight, will be a part of the Fort Worth Regional, featuring the top-seeded TCU Horned Frogs, the second-seeded Oregon St. Beavers, the third-seeded Dallas Baptist Patriots, and the fourth-seeded Cowboys.

McNeese St., who is 32-28 on the season, will play its first game in the regional on Friday against TCU.

Louisiana Tech, who will be participating in its ninth all-time regional, including their first since 2016, will be playing host to the Ruston Regional, compiling of the top-seeded Bulldogs, as well as the second-seeded North Carolina St. Wolfpack, the third-seeded Alabama Crimson Tide, and the fourth-seeded Rider Broncs.

Louisiana Tech, who is the number 16 National Seed, will take on Rider in a first-round contest.

Southern, who is 20-28 on the season, will be a part of the Austin Regional, featuring the top-seeded Texas Longhorns, to go along with the second-seeded Arizona St. Sun Devils, the third-seeded Fairfield Stags, and fourth-seeded Jaguars.

Southern will face Texas in a first-round match-up in the regional.

Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Arizona, TCU, Mississippi St., and Texas Tech are the top eight seeds, who will also host Super Regional rounds, should they win.

The 9-16 seeds include Stanford, Notre Dame, Old Dominion, Ole Miss, East Carolina, Oregon, Florida, and Louisiana Tech.

View the complete NCAA postseason bracket.

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