The road to the College World Series in Omaha will once again go through Coral Gables.
The Miami Hurricanes were picked Sunday night to be one of the 16 regional hosts for the 2016 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.
This is the 27th time that the 'Canes have earned the right to host a regional. It will be Miami's 44th consecutive postseason appearance, which is an NCAA record.
Regional play begins Friday at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field in Coral Gables.
The 'Canes are one of a record-six Atlantic Coast Conference schools selected to host a regional this season, joining Clemson, Florida State, North Carolina State, Louisville and Virginia.
The field of 64 teams will be announced Monday at noon.