The Oregon State baseball team will host the Corvallis Regional next weekend, the NCAA announced on Sunday when it released the 16 host sites for the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Beavers are hosting an NCAA Regional for the sixth time in school history, doing so previously in 2005, 2006, 2011, 2013 and 2014.
Oregon State, ranked No. 1 nationally for a majority of the 2017 regular season, earned the Pac-12’s automatic berth to the postseason after finishing league play with a conference-record 27-3 mark. Overall, the Beavers are 49-4 on the season, and are just three wins shy of tying the school’s single-season record set in 2013.
OSU will carry a 16-game win streak into the postseason, which is the longest active streak in the nation. The Beavers own the longest streak overall at 23 games.
The team will get its full postseason picture Monday morning on the 2017 NCAA Tournament Selection Show. It will air on ESPN2 starting at 9 a.m. PT. Fans are encouraged to join the club at the Club Level of Reser Stadium to watch the show. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Other host schools in 2017 include: LSU, North Carolina, Clemson, Arkansas, Texas Tech, Florida State, Stanford, Wake Forest, TCU, Florida, Southern Miss, Kentucky, Houston, Long Beach State and Louisville.
It is not anticipated that tickets will be available for public purchase throughout the regional.
Fans who attend the regional should note that parking near the stadium will be pay only - $10 per day. Please view the parking map on the Corvallis Regional Tournament page for more information.