Louisville baseball is the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament pairings that were announced on Monday

Louisville baseball is the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament pairings that were announced on Monday. The Cardinals will host the regional this weekend and would host a Super Regional if they make it out of the regional.

The University of Louisville baseball team is the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The Cardinals will host a regional this coming weekend and as one of the eight national seeds would then get to host a Super Regional the following weekend if they win.

It's the fourth time the Cardinals have been a national seed and the second as the No. 7 seed. U of L was No. 7 in 2010.

The Cardinals will get to host No. 2 seed Oklahoma, No. 3 seed Xavier and No. 4 seed Radford.

U of L will play Radford on Friday at 6 o'clock with Oklahoma and Xavier meeting at 2 p.m. in the opening game. There will be a losers' bracket game on Saturday afternoon and then a winners' bracket game on Saturday evening with two more game on Sunday.

The regional is a double elimination tournament.

The winner advances to play the winner of the Lexington Region. U of L would host Kentucky if the two wins their regionals.

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