The field at the field of 48 teams revealed on Monday morning that Oregon State earned the no. 1 overall seed in men's soccer history when the final decision was announced.
The Beavers remained 16 teams to earn a first-round bye. Oregon State awaits its first-round winner of St. Johns-Princeton for its second-round game Sunday at Lorenz Field.
Currently being held a top seed, Oregon State (12-2-3) is guaranteed home field through quarterfinal round. The semifinals and championship game, called College Cup, are played Dec. 10-12 in Cary.
The first round is played on Thursday, followed by the third round, which is on Friday, 27-28, and quarterfinals, 3-4.
The Beavers haven't been past the second round of the NCAA Tournament yet have only hosted one playoff game in program history.
Last season, Oregon State walked first round bye, then lost to Virginia Tech 2-1 in overtime.