1984 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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1984 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season 1984
Teams 36
College World
Series Site
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Omaha, NE
Champions Cal State Fullerton (2nd title)
Runner-Up Texas (22nd CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Augie Garrido (2nd title)
MOP John Fishel (Cal State Fullerton)
NCAA Baseball Tournaments
«1983  1985»

The 1984 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1984 NCAA Division I baseball season to determine the national champion of college baseball. The tournament concluded with eight teams competing in the College World Series, a double-elimination tournament in its thirty eighth year. Eight regional competitions were held to determine the participants in the final event. Six regions held a four team, double-elimination tournament while two regions included six teams, resulting in 36 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The thirty-eighth tournament's champion was Cal State Fullerton, coached by Augie Garrido. The Most Outstanding Player was John Fishel of Cal State Fullerton.

National seeds[edit]

Bold indicates CWS participant.

  • Arizona State
  • Cal State Fullerton
  • North Carolina
  • Oklahoma State
  • Texas

Regionals[edit]

The opening rounds of the tournament were played across eight regional sites across the country, six consisting of four teams and two of six teams.[1] The winners of each Regional advanced to the College World Series.

Bold indicates winner.

Central Regional at Austin, TX[edit]

 
                             
 UNLV 2  
 Oklahoma 1  
   UNLV 3  
   Texas 12  
 Texas 6
 Lamar 0  
   Texas 6*
   Lamar 5*
 Lamar 4  
 Oklahoma 3  
   UNLV 5
   Lamar 10  

Mideast Regional at Mt. Pleasant, MI[edit]

 
                             
 Michigan 13  
 Temple 9  
   Michigan 8  
   Indiana State 2  
 Indiana State 4
 Central Michigan 2  
   Michigan 4
   Central Michigan 3
 Temple 10  
 Central Michigan 10  
   Central Michigan 4
   Indiana State 0  

Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK[edit]

 
                             
 Oklahoma City 2  
 Texas A&M 1  
   Oklahoma City 5  
   Oklahoma State 2  
 Oklahoma State 21
 Grambling State 5  
   Oklahoma City 1 4
   Oklahoma State 11 9
 Grambling State 5  
 Texas A&M 11  
   Oklahoma State 5
   Texas A&M 0  

Northeast Regional at Orono, ME[edit]

 
                             
 Harvard 10  
 Seton Hall 8  
   Harvard 4*  
   Maine 5*  
 Maine 12
 Rider 6  
   Maine 2 5
   Seton Hall 3 2
 Seton Hall 7  
 Rider 5  
   Seton Hall 9
   Harvard 1  

South I Regional at Tallahassee, FL[edit]

 
                                                 
   East Carolina 5  
   South Alabama 0      East Carolina 7  
     Florida State 4    
   Miami (FL) 6          East Carolina 4            
   Florida 5            Miami (FL) 6              
       Miami (FL) 13            Miami (FL) 4 10
       Stetson 8          South Alabama 6 2
   Stetson 10          East Carolina 2    
   Florida State 7        Stetson 9      South Alabama 18  
   South Alabama 7      South Alabama 10  
   Florida 4  

South II Regional at Starkville, MS[edit]

 
                                               
   New Orleans 1  
   Appalachian State 0      New Orleans 4  
     Mississippi State 11    
       Mississippi State 13  
       Eastern Kentucky 8      Mississippi State 18  
   Appalachian State 9          South Carolina 9    
   Eastern Kentucky 11        
   North Carolina 4          Mississippi State 3
   Eastern Kentucky 2            New Orleans 6
       North Carolina 4        
       South Carolina 5          
   South Carolina 4            South Carolina 5              
   Mississippi State 1          New Orleans 6            
   New Orleans 13    
   North Carolina 6  

West I Regional at Fresno, CA[edit]

 
                             
 Cal State Fullerton 10  
 Southern California 6  
   Cal State Fullerton 16  
   San Diego State 6  
 San Diego State 10
 Fresno State 6  
   Cal State Fullerton 5 8*
   San Diego State 9 7*
 Southern California 12  
 Fresno State 15  
   San Diego State 10
   Fresno State 7  

West II Regional at Tempe, AZ[edit]

 
                             
 Hawaii 10*  
 Stanford 7*  
   Arizona State 15  
   Hawaii 11  
 Arizona State 8
 Washington State 4  
   Arizona State 5
   Stanford 4
 Stanford 3  
 Washington State 1  
   Stanford 11
   Hawaii 7  

College World Series[edit]

Participants[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
Arizona State Pac-10 53 - 18 (23 - 7) Jim Brock 12
(last: 1983)
1st
(1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981)
44 - 19
Cal State Fullerton SCBA 61 - 19 (22 - 6) Augie Garrido 3
(last: 1982)
1st
(1979)
5 - 5
Maine Eastern Collegiate 33 - 18 (n/a) John Winkin 5
(last: 1983)
3rd
(1964, 1982)
7 - 10
Miami (FL) n/a 47 - 26 (n/a) Ron Fraser 6
(last: 1982)
1st
(1982)
13 - 10
Michigan Big 10 43 - 16 (11 - 5) Bud Middaugh 6
(last: 1983)
1st
(1953, 1962)
12 - 9
New Orleans n/a 45 - 24 (n/a) Ron Maestri 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Oklahoma State Big 8 58 - 13 (15 - 3) Gary Ward 11
(last: 1983)
1st
(1959)
24 - 21
Texas SWC 57 - 12 (16 - 5) Cliff Gustafson 21
(last: 1983)
1st
(1949, 1950, 1975, 1983)
48 - 36

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  First Round     Second Round     Third Round
                           
  Winner's Bracket
   Texas 6  
   New Orleans 3    
       Texas 6  
       Cal State Fullerton 4    
   Cal State Fullerton 8          
   Michigan 4        
       Texas 8
       Arizona State 4
   Arizona State 9        
   Miami (FL) 6          
       Arizona State 23    
       Oklahoma State 12  
   Oklahoma State 9    
   Maine 5  
  Loser's Bracket
   New Orleans 11  
   Michigan 3      Oklahoma State 810
     New Orleans 7
   Miami (FL) 13  
   Maine 7      Cal State Fullerton 13
     Miami (FL) 5
  Semifinals     Finals     if needed
                           
  Re-ordered Semi-finals
   Texas 3        Cal State Fullerton 3
   Oklahoma State 18            Texas 1
       Oklahoma State 2    
       Cal State Fullerton 10  
   Arizona State 1    
   Cal State Fullerton 6  

Game results[edit]

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 1 Game 1 Texas 6 - 3 New Orleans
Game 2 Cal State Fullerton 8 - 4 Michigan
June 2 Game 3 Arizona State 9 - 6 Miami (FL)
Game 4 Oklahoma State 9 - 5 Maine
June 3 Game 5 New Orleans 11 - 3 Michigan Michigan eliminated
Game 6 Miami (FL) 13 - 7 Maine Maine eliminated
June 4 Game 7 Texas 6 - 4 Cal State Fullerton
June 5 Game 8 Arizona State 23 - 12 Oklahoma State
June 6 Game 9 Cal State Fullerton 13 - 5 Miami (FL) Miami eliminated
Game 10 Oklahoma State 8 - 7 (10 innings) New Orleans New Orleans eliminated
June 7 Game 11 Texas 8 - 4 Arizona State
June 8 Game 12 Cal State Fullerton 6 - 1 Arizona State Arizona State eliminated
Game 13 Oklahoma State 18 - 3 Texas
June 9 Game 14 Cal State Fullerton 10 - 2 Oklahoma State Oklahoma State eliminated
June 10 Final Cal State Fullerton 3 - 1 Texas Cal State Fullerton wins CWS

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team.

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Eddie Delzer Senior Cal State Fullerton
Greg Swindell Freshman Texas
Catcher Bob Caffrey Junior Cal State Fullerton
First baseman Rusty Richards Freshman Texas
Second baseman Randy Whisler Junior Oklahoma State
Third baseman Blaine Larker Junior Cal State Fullerton
Scott Raziano Senior New Orleans
Shortstop Gary Green Senior Oklahoma State
Outfielder Barry Bonds Sophomore Arizona State
John Fishel Junior Cal State Fullerton
Oddibe McDowell Senior Arizona State
Designated hitter Pete Incaviglia Sophomore Oklahoma State

Notable players[edit]

Tournament Notes[edit]

Gary Green and Bill Swift appear in their fourth College World Series. Michigan's appearance was the last for the Big Ten until 2013 when Indiana made the College World Series.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 195. Retrieved September 24, 2014. 

See also[edit]