(SportsNetwork.com) - Defending champion Vanderbilt was among the 10 programs that advanced in the NCAA baseball tournament on Monday.

The Super Regionals are now set, and the winners of best-of-three series will play in the College World Series in Omaha, Neb., starting June 13.

Not joining Vanderbilt in the next round is No. 1 overall seed UCLA, which dropped its regional final against Maryland 2-1. The Terrapins will next go up against Virginia -- last year's runner-up.

Also advancing on Monday were VCU, LSU, TCU, Illinois, Florida State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Miami-Florida and Texas A&M.

Vanderbilt made easy work of the Nashville Regional and clinched their spot with a dominating 21-0 rout of Radford. The Commodores will play Illinois, which won its first regional by defeating Wright State 8-4 in the finale.

VCU, just hours after losing to Dallas Baptist, eked out the winner-take-all showdown against the host team with 3-1 win. VCU reached the Super Regional for the first time in program history and became just the fifth No. 4 regional seed to advance since the tournament went to its current format in 1999.

Miami-Florida, which knocked off Columbia in the Coral Gables Regional, will match up against VCU in the next round.

Louisiana-Lafayette captured the Houston Regional with a 5-2 win over Rice and advanced to play LSU, which won its 21st regional by shutting out UNC Wilmington in a 2-0 final.

Texas A&M and TCU both advanced and will square off against one another, while Florida State cruised past Charleston in their home regional and will face a familiar foe in Florida.

The other two matchups are Cal State Fullerton vs. Louisville and Missouri State vs. Arkansas.