It's time for our 7th annual D1 Uniform Voting Tournament presented by Netting Pros! Starting on Monday, December 11th, you will be able to vote for your favorite college baseball uniforms on both our Instagram and Twitter (X) pages! The school that receives the most total votes from both platforms will advance to the next round, until a winner is crowned.
What is the Uniform Voting Tournament?
Since 2017, we have hosted a Uniform Voting Tournament every December on our Instagram page @collegebaseballhub. In this tournament, 64 Division I college baseball teams are selected to "compete" in a March Madness style bracket where college baseball fans determine which team has the best uniforms that year by using the poll feature on Instagram stories. In 2020, we expanded to also include votes from Twitter (X) polls. The team with the most cumulative votes between both platforms will advance to the next round.
Last year's tournament drew in 1.66 million total votes, bringing the total to over 10.6 million votes since 2017. Each matchup averages over 28,000 votes.
The Field of 64
Since 2020, we have used a nomination format to select the field of 64 teams. In November, we allowed our followers to nominate their favorite uniforms. The 64 schools that received the most nominations were included in this year's voting tournament.
If you do not see your favorite school in this year's tournament, make sure to nominate them next November!
12/11 Round of 64 (Left Side of Bracket)
12/12 Round of 64 (Right Side of Bracket)
12/13 Round of 32 (Left Side of Bracket)
12/14 Round of 32 (Right Side of Bracket)
12/15 Sweet 16
12/16 Elite 8
12/17 Final 4
12/19 Winner Announced
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Vanderbilt was crowned the best uniform in college baseball in 2017, 2018, and 2019. This forced us to create a new rule: The previous year's winner will not be included in the next year's Uniform Voting Tournament. Because of this rule, Tennessee (the 2022 winner) will not be included in this tournament, but will become eligible again in 2024.