The Stanford baseball team is headed to the NCAA baseball tournament, where it will play in the Bloomington, Indiana, Regional hosted by Indiana University. The Cardinal's first game in the double-elimination tournament is Friday at 11 a.m. against Indiana State.
The unranked Cardinal, which had a 30-23 overall record and finished 16-14 in the Pac-12, was considered a bubble team.
Besides Stanford, Indiana and Indiana State, the other team in the Bloomington Regional is Youngstown State.
Four other Pac-12 schools made the tournament -- Oregon State, Washington, Oregon and Arizona State.
The Beavers (42-12) are the No. 1 national seed. The other national seeds, in order, are: Florida, Virginia, Indiana, Florida State, Louisiana-Lafayette, TCU and LSU.
Wilson, who joined Sandy Tatum (1942) and Tiger Woods (1996) as individual champions from Stanford, helped the Cardinal to the top score in team qualifying, 13-under 827, securing the top seed for Tuesday morning's match-play quarterfinals. Cal finished at 10-over 850 for 11th place. Only the top eight teams advanced.
San Jose Giants
Brandon Sinnery pitched eight strong innings and Brandon Drury homered and drove in three runs as the Visalia Rawhide routed the host San Jose Giants 10-2.