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All eight No. 1 seeds will be going on the road as the 48-team field was announced Sunday night on ESPNEWS for the 2002 NCAA Division I Softball Championship.

Below is a listing of regions, sites and seeds:

 Regional 1 -- Columbia, S.C. 
1. UCLA (50-6)
2. Georgia (57-15)
3. South Carolina (43-18)
4. Eastern Kentucky (36-12)
5. UMBC (46-19)
6. Liberty (28-31)

Regional 2 -- Minneapolis, Minn.
1. Arizona (48-10)
2. DePaul (46-9)
3. Minnesota (35-19)
4. Princeton (34-16)
5. Penn State (32-24)
6. Boston University (28-21)

Regional 3 -- Lafayette, La.
1. LSU (53-9)
2. Arizona State (40-18)
3. Louisiana-Lafayette (49-11)
4. Massachusetts (52-11)
5. Mississippi State (35-29)
6. Northwestern State (La.) (45-23)

Regional 4 -- Fresno, Calif.
1. Cal State Fullerton (50-11)
2. Stanford (43-18)
3. California (48-19)
4. Fresno State (49-18)
5. Pacific (42-15)
6. Evansville (34-25)

Regional 5 -- Norman, Okla.
1. Texas (46-11)
2. Oklahoma (44-14)
3. Texas A&M (38-16)
4. Arkansas (32-26)
5. Utah (30-34)
6. Army (30-17-1)

Regional 6 -- Ann Arbor, Mich.
1. Washington (43-16)
2. Michigan (46-9)
3. Ohio State (53-12)
4. Central Michigan (38-14)
5. Canisius (33-14)
6. Oakland (24-35-1)

Regional 7 -- Iowa City, Iowa
1. Nebraska (45-12)
2. Oregon State (38-23)
3. Notre Dame (41-15)
4. Iowa (35-18)
5. Wisconsin (31-20)
6. Illinois-Chicago (42-20)

Regional 8 -- Tallahassee, Fla.
1. Florida Atlantic (59-11)
2. Alabama (46-19)
3. Florida State (49-17)
4. Auburn (38-25)
5. Georgia Tech (47-16)
6. Chattanooga (40-13)

Go to NCAA Championships for complete brackets.

 

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