There has been a lot of questions about different D3 teams lately and one school over another. Many stating that there player wanted to be on a competitive team. Since 2014 the number of bids have been somehwere around 56 teams. If you are interested in playing into the regionals and CWS, you need to understand how teams get those bids. There are three pools: A- Conferences that have 7 or more teams get an automatic bid. Some of these conferences have tourneys to decide others decide using...
Thanks BLD, great explanation. This was maddening to me early on when my son started playing D3 ball on a very competitive national team. We would get stuck in a Regional with 3-4 top ten nationally ranked teams and they were arguably the second best team in the country a couple of years ago and were left at home because they ran into the best team in the country in their Regional. You just never saw this in D1 ball where they would seed Regionals nationally, which they do not do in D3 ball.
Though some bad teams make it through and some very good teams stay home, people should know that the D3 teams that REGULARLY go deep into the regionals and possibly beyond are really very competitive. We're talking about a very high level of college baseball. Though I wouldn't compare such teams to teams that go deep at the D1 level, we are still talking some very serious ball. You shouldn't think of playing for teams of that caliber as an easy thing to pull off.
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