South Carolina will learn its destination today for the NCAA baseball postseason after Columbia was not announced Sunday as a regional host site.
Three Southeastern Conference teams will be hosts (LSU, Florida and Mississippi).
The regional sites closest to USC -- and the team's most likely destinations -- will be at Clemson, East Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia Tech.
The NCAA will reveal the rest of the 64-team field at 12:30 p.m. today on ESPN. A team that picked to hold one of the NCAA's four-team regionals is guaranteed a spot in the tournament.
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South Carolina made a late push, winning 10 of its final 11 regular-season games to give itself an outside chance at holding a regional at new Carolina Stadium.
The 16 regional sites, with host institutions and records are as follows:
** Arizona State (43-12 through Saturday, May 23), Tempe, Ariz.;
** UC Irvine (42-13 through Saturday, May 23), Irvine, Calif.;
** Cal State Fullerton (41-14 through Saturday, May 23), Fullerton, Calif.;
** Clemson (40-19), Clemson, S.C.;
** East Carolina (42-17), Greenville, N.C.;
** Florida (39-20), Gainesville, Fla.;
** Florida St. (42-15 through Saturday, May 23), Tallahassee, Fla.;
** Georgia Tech (35-17-1), Atlanta;
** LSU (45-16 through Saturday, May 23), Baton Rouge, La.;
** Louisville (44-15), Louisville, Ky.;
** Mississippi (40-17), Oxford, Miss.;
** North Carolina (42-16), Chapel Hill, N.C.;
** Oklahoma (41-18), Norman, Okla.;
** Rice (39-15), Houston; Texas (40-13-1 through Saturday, May 23), Austin, Texas;
** TCU (36-16), Fort Worth, Texas.