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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | May 30, 2016

College baseball: Sights and sounds from Selection Monday

The Road to Omaha officially began on Monday with the announcement of the 64 teams competing for a spot in the 2016 College World Series.

Plenty of teams around the country hosted selection show parties to celebrate the team's successes. Here are some reactions from Monday:

Arizona's selection party venue was out of the ordinary as the Wildcats found out their destination during a layover in the Denver airport:

Duke hasn't been invited to the postseason since 1961, but the Blue Devils will travel to Columbia this week:

Nebraska, one of the committee's final three teams in, sure were happy to hear its name called:

Boston College had to wait a long time to find out, but the guys in Chestnut Hill knew how to celebrate their first regional trip since 2009:

Nothing like seeing the pure joy in these Louisiana Tech players:

No. 3 seed Miami extended its NCAA record with its 44th straight regional appearance:

From the west coast to the east coast, time for Long Beach State to pack their bags for Florida:

This Saint Mary's team will never forget being the first Gaels team to make a regional appearance:

It's been quite a turnaround for the Utah baseball program, who captured the Pac-12 title:

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