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NCAA.com | June 14, 2018

The official printable 2018 NCAA DI Softball tournam2018 NCAA college softball bracket: Printable .PDF of the DI tournament fieldent .PDF

Florida State eliminates UCLA, 12-6

Here's the official, updated NCAA bracket for the 2018 Division I softball tournament:

Print the official NCAA softball tournament bracket here (a .PDF will open in a new window):

Florida State defeated Washington in the championship series in two games, clinched by an 8-3 victory Tuesday night at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. It was the Seminoles' first softball national title, and the first championship for any ACC school.

RELATED: Scores and results | View the interactive bracket | Printable

The Southeastern Conference led all leagues with 13 teams selected to the original championship tournament. The Pac-12 Conference placed seven teams in the championship tournament. Four teams are making their first appearance in the tournament: Boise State University, Kennesaw State University, Monmouth University, and Prairie View A&M University.

FSU makes it 13 schools that have been crowned the NCAA Division I softball champion since the tournament started in 1982.

 

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