Iowa baseball feels wrongly left out of the 2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament.

The NCAA Tournament bracket was revealed Monday. Maryland and Michigan are the only teams from the Big Ten to receive bids in the 64-team field. The Terrapins learned Sunday night that they will host a regional in College Park. Michigan qualified for a bid by winning this year’s B1G Tournament.

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Iowa finished the 2022 season 36-19 overall and 17-7 in B1G play. The Hawkeyes’ season ended with a conference tournament semifinal loss to Michigan, which went on to top Rutgers for the tournament title.

The Hawkeyes feel that their strong overall and conference records made them worthy of an NCAA Tournament berth. A tweet from the team’s official account acknowledges that Iowa was on the bubble, but says it “isn’t right” to leave the Hawkeyes out.

Others also felt the Hawks got robbed.