INDIANAPOLIS -- The field of 64 teams competing for the 2015 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship was announced Monday by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee.

The national top eight seeds are UCLA (42-14), LSU (48-10), Louisville (43-16), Florida (44-16), Miami (Florida) (44-14), Illinois (47-8-1), TCU (43-11) and Missouri State (45-10). The top eight seed for Missouri State marks a first for a Missouri Valley Conference institution.

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The ACC and SEC lead all conferences in the number of teams in the championship field with seven. The Pac-12 has six institutions, while the Big 10 had a league-record five selected.

Making the tournament for the first time includes Radford of the Big South Conference, Florida A&M of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, Houston Baptist of the Southland Conference and Cal State Bakersfield of the Western Athletic Conference. Overall, 27 of the 64 teams were in the field last year.

Miami (Florida) is in the field for the 43rd consecutive year, extending its own record. Florida State is making its 38th consecutive appearance, second all-time. Other long consecutive streaks: Cal State Fullerton (24), Rice (21) and Arkansas (13).

Each of the 16 regionals features four teams, playing a double-elimination format. The regionals are scheduled to be conducted from Friday, May 29, to Monday, June 1 (if necessary). Selection of the eight super regional hosts will be announced at approximately 11 p.m. ET June 1.

The 69th Men’s College World Series begins play Saturday, June 13, at the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska.

2015 AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS
CONFERENCE TEAM RECORD YRS* W L PREV. APP.
American East Stony Brook 34-14-1 5 7 10 2012
American Athletic East Carolina 40-20 27 31 53 2012
Atlantic Coast Florida State 41-19 53 178 117 2014
Atlantic Sun Lipscomb 39-18 2 1 2 2008
Atlantic 10 VCU 37-22 11 11 20 2010
Big East St. John's (N.Y.) 39-14 35 63 62 2012
Big South Radford 43-14 1 0 0 First
Big Ten Michigan 37-23 22 59 43 2008
Big 12 Texas 30-25 57 233 114 2014
Big West Cal St. Fullerton 34-22 37 146 78 2014
Colonial UNCW 39-16 7 9 12 2013
Conference USA FIU 29-29 11 8 21 2011
Horizon Wright St. 41-15 5 1 8 2011
Ivy Columbia 31-15 5 1 8 2014
Metro Atlantic Canisius 34-28 2 0 2 2013
Mid-American Ohio 36-19 11 14 20 1997
Mid-Eastern Florida A&M 23-23 1 0 0 First
Missouri Valley Missouri St. 45-10 9 14 17 2012
Mountain West San Diego St. 40-21 12 10 22 2014
Northeast Sacred Heart 23-30-1 4 0 6 2012
Ohio Valley Morehead St. 38-20 3 2 4 1983
Pacific-12 UCLA 42-14 20 60 30 2013
Patriot Lehigh 25-29 2 0 2 2006
Southeastern Florida 44-16 31 85 64 2014
Southern Mercer 35-21 3 1 4 2013
Southland Houston Baptist 28-25 1 0 0 First
Southwestern Texas Southern 31-17 3 1 4 2008
Summit Oral Roberts 41-14 25 34 48 2012
Sun Belt La.-Lafayette 39-21 15 27 30 2014
West Coast Pepperdine 30-27 28 58 54 2014
Western Athletic Cal St. Bakersfield 36-22-1 1 0 0 First
*Includes 2015

2015 AT-LARGE BIDS
TEAM CONFERENCE RECORD YRS* W L PREV. APP.
Arizona State Pac-12 34-21 38 157 74 2014
Arkansas SEC 35-22 28 66 58 2014
Auburn SEC 35-24 19 42 39 2010
Bradley Missouri Valley 35-19 7 3 12 1968
California Pac-12 34-19 13 39 24 2011
Clemson ACC 32-27 40 110 84 2014
Coastal Carolina Big South 38-19 14 17 27 2013
Col. of Charleston Colonial 43-13 7 12 12 2014
Dallas Baptist Missouri Valley 43-13 5 5 9 2014
Florida Atlantic Conference USA 40-17 9 15 17 2013
Houston AAC 42-18 19 36 39 2014
Illinois Big Ten 47-8-1 11 14 19 2013
Indiana Big Ten 34-22 5 9 8 2014
Iowa Big Ten 39-16 4 4 7 1990
LSU SEC 48-10 28 134 53 2014
Louisville ACC 43-16 9 24 17 2014
Maryland Big Ten 39-21 5 5 8 2014
Miami (Florida) ACC 44-14 44 180 93 2014
NC State ACC 34-21 27 46 54 2013
Notre Dame ACC 36-21 22 41 44 2006
Oklahoma St. Big 12 37-18 41 139 87 2014
Ole Miss SEC 30-26 20 53 42 2014
Oregon Pac-12 37-23 7 14 12 2014
Oregon St. Pac-12 38-16-1 16 48 31 2014
Rice Conference USA 35-20 21 78 47 2014
South Florida AAC 33-24-1 11 10 20 2002
Southern California Pac-12 37-19 37 171 68 2005
Texas A&M SEC 45-11 31 67 67 2014
TCU Big 12 43-11 13 30 27 2014
Tulane AAC 34-23 20 35 40 2008
UC Santa Barbara Big West 40-15-1 9 8 7 2013
Vanderbilt SEC 42-19 14 42 29 2014
Virginia ACC 34-22 15 42 32 2014
*Includes 2015