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NCAA.com | June 2, 2018

NCAA.com makes its College World Series picks

The College World Series is near

Friday marks the start of the 2018 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, where 64 teams will compete at 16 regional sites in pursuit of one of the eight College World Series bids. By June 11, we'll know what the field will look like but the NCAA.com staff members decided to pull out their crystal balls to make some predictions about which schools will make it to Omaha.

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Below you'll find the College World Series and national champion picks for each writer. Once the CWS field is set, we'll re-visit our staff picks and make predictions for the championship series.

  Wayne Cavadi Anthony Chiusano Andrew Cyr Andy Wittry
School

Florida

Florida

Florida

Florida

School

Duke

Duke

Louisville

Louisville

School

East Carolina

East Carolina

Arkansas

Arkansas

School

Texas

Texas A&M

Ole Miss

Ole Miss

School

Stanford

Coastal Carolina

Stanford

Stanford

School

Clemson

Florida State

Florida State

Florida State

School

Stetson

North Carolina

Stetson

Stetson

School

LSU

Oregon State

Oregon State

Minnesota

Champion

Florida

Oregon State

Florida

Florida State

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College World Series
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TD Ameritrade Park | Omaha, NE

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