1990 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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1990 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Teams 8
College World
Series Site
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Omaha, NE
Champions Georgia (1st title)
Runner-Up Oklahoma State (16th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Steve Webber (1st title)
MOP Mike Rebhan (Georgia)
NCAA Baseball Tournaments
«1989  1991»

The 1990 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1990 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 forty fourth year. Eight regional competitions were held to determine the participants in the final event. Each region was composed of six teams, resulting in 48 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The forty-fourth tournament's champion was Georgia, coached by Steve Webber. The Most Outstanding Player was Mike Rebhan of the Georgia.

Regionals[edit]

The opening rounds of the tournament were played across eight regional sites across the country, each consisting of a six-team field. Each regional tournament is double-elimination. The winners of each regional advanced to the College World Series.[2]

Bold indicates winner.

Northeast Regional[edit]

At Waterbury, CT [3][4][5]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Rutgers 2  
  1  North Carolina 3     1  North Carolina 5  
    3  Iowa 3    
  5  Connecticut 2         1  North Carolina 4            
  2  Georgia 7           2  Georgia 5              
      2  Georgia 6           2  Georgia 3 20
      4  Maine 3         6  Rutgers 4 9
  4  Maine 4         6  Rutgers 9    
  3  Iowa 3       4  Maine 4     1  North Carolina 7  
  5  Connecticut 5     6  Rutgers 5  
  6  Rutgers 15  

Atlantic Regional[edit]

At Coral Gables, FL [6]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Stetson 3  
  1  Miami 4     1  Miami 5  
    4  South Florida 2    
  5  The Citadel 11         5  The Citadel 6            
  2  NC State 3           1  Miami 2              
      3  East Carolina 5           1  Miami 1  
      5  The Citadel 8         5  The Citadel 4  
  4  South Florida 2         1  Miami 6    
  3  East Carolina 4       2  NC State 8     2  NC State 1  
  2  NC State 13     3  East Carolina 1  
  6  Stetson 2  

South I Regional[edit]

At Baton Rouge, LA [7] [8] [9] [10]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  SW Louisiana 0  
  1  LSU 8     1  LSU 11  
    4  Georgia Tech 5    
  5  Southern Miss 5         2  USC 5            
  2  USC 23           1  LSU 4              
      3  Houston 1           2  USC 4 6
      2  USC 26         1  LSU 5 7
  4  Georgia Tech 2         1  LSU 6    
  3  Houston 4       5  Southern Miss 3     3  Houston 4  
  6  SW Louisiana 10     3  Houston 15  
  5  Southern Miss 14  

South II Regional[edit]

At Starkville, MS [11] [12] [13]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Lafayette 2  
  1  Florida State 7     1  Florida State 4  
    4  Central Michigan 2    
  5  BYU 5         2  Mississippi State 11            
  2  Mississippi State 16           1  Florida State 8              
      2  Mississippi State 5           2  Mississippi State 9 4
      3  Illinois 3         1  Florida State 11 3
  4  Central Michigan         1  Florida State 6    
  3  Illinois       3  Illinois 8     3  Illinois 4  
  5  BYU 13     5  BYU 5  
  6  Lafayette 3  

Midwest Regional[edit]

At Wichita, KS [14] [15] [16] [17]

  First round Semifinals Third Round Semi-Finals Finals
                                               
  6  Fordham University 8  
  1  Arkansas 5     4  UCLA 13  
    6  Fordham 8    
      2  Wichita State 5  
      4  UCLA 7     4  UCLA 4  
  1  Arkansas 6         5  Georgia Southern 5    
  2  Wichita State 7        
  5  Georgia Southern 4         3  South Alabama 5
  2  Wichita State 2           5  Georgia Southern 6
      3  South Alabama 4        
      5  Georgia Southern 13          
  4  UCLA 4           5  Georgia Southern 2              
  3  South Alabama 6         3  South Alabama 3            
  6  Fordham 5    
  3  South Alabama 6  

Central Regional[edit]

At Austin, TX [18][19] [20] [21]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Texas–Arlington 8  
  1  Texas 9     1  Texas 10  
    4  Old Dominion 0    
  5  Creighton 9         3  Cal State Fullerton 5            
  2  Clemson 6           1  Texas 2              
      3  Cal State Fullerton 6           1  Texas 0
      5  Creighton 3         3  Cal State Fullerton 3
  4  Old Dominion 3         1  Texas 11    
  3  Cal State Fullerton 16       5  Creighton 4     5  Creighton 9  
  2  Clemson 8     2  Clemson 3  
  6  Texas–Arlington 5  

West I Regional[edit]

At Palo Alto, CA [22] [23] [24]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Campbell 0  
  1  Stanford 7     1  Stanford 6  
    4  Middle Tennessee 1    
  5  Fresno State 3         3  San Diego State 2            
  2  Southern Illinois 2           1  Stanford 6              
      3  San Diego State 8           3  San Diego State 2
      5  Fresno State 4         1  Stanford 6
  4  Middle Tennessee 6         2  Southern Illinois 3    
  3  San Diego State 18       5  Fresno State 1     3  San Diego State 4  
  2  Southern Illinois 8     2  Southern Illinois 3  
  6  Campbell 7  

West II Regional[edit]

At Tempe, AZ [25] [26] [27] [28] [29]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  6  Penn 1  
  1  Arizona State 12     1  Arizona State 11  
    3  Loyola Marymount 9    
  5  UC Santa Barbara 2         1  Arizona State 9            
  2  Oklahoma State 7           2  Oklahoma State 17              
      2  Oklahoma State 14           2  Oklahoma State 10
      4  Washington State 0         1  Arizona State 5
  4  Washington State 13         4  Washington State 6    
  3  Loyola Marymount 2       4  Washington State 8     1  Arizona State 8  
  5  UC Santa Barbara 3     6  Penn 2  
  6  Penn 5  

College World Series[edit]

Participants[edit]

Seeding School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
1 Stanford Pac-10 56 - 10 (24 - 6) Mark Marquess 7
(last: 1988)
1st
(1987, 1988)
17 - 12
2 LSU SEC 52 - 17 (20 - 7) Skip Bertman 3
(last: 1989)
4th
(1987, 1989)
5 - 6
3 Oklahoma State Big 8 53 - 16 (18 - 6) Gary Ward 15
(last: 1987)
1st
(1959)
33 - 29
4 Georgia SEC 48 - 18 (18 - 9) Steve Webber 1
(last: 1987)
8th
(1987)
0 - 2
5 Mississippi State SEC 49 - 19 (17 - 9) Ron Polk 4
(last: 1985)
3rd
(1985)
4 - 8
6 Cal State Fullerton Big West 36 - 21 (13 - 5) Larry Cochell 5
(last: 1988)
1st
(1979, 1984)
12 - 8
7 The Citadel Southern 45 - 12 (13 - 1) Chal Port 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
8 Georgia Southern TAAC 50 - 17 (17 - 1) Jack Stallings 1
(last: 1973)
5th
(1973)
1 - 2

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                       
1  Stanford 510  
8  Georgia Southern 4  
  1  Stanford 2  
  4  Georgia 16  
4  Georgia 3
5  Mississippi State 0  
  4  Georgia 2 5  
  1  Stanford 4 1  
8  Georgia Southern 1  
5  Mississippi State 15  
  1  Stanford 6
  5  Mississippi State 1  
  4  Georgia 2
  3  Oklahoma State 1
2  LSU 8  
7  The Citadel 2  
  2  LSU 1
  3  Oklahoma State 7  
3  Oklahoma State 14
6  Cal State Fullerton 4  
  3  Oklahoma State 14
  2  LSU 3  
7  The Citadel 812  
6  Cal State Fullerton 7  
  2  LSU 6
  7  The Citadel 1  

Game results[edit]

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 1 Game 1 Stanford 5 - 4 (10 innings) Georgia Southern
Game 2 Georgia 3 - 0 Mississippi State
June 2 Game 3 LSU 8 - 2 The Citadel
Game 4 Oklahoma State 14 - 4 Cal State Fullerton
June 3 Game 5 Mississippi State 15 - 1 Georgia Southern Georgia Southern eliminated
Game 6 Georgia 16 - 2 Stanford
June 4 Game 7 The Citadel 8 - 7 (12 innings) Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton eliminated
Game 8 Oklahoma State 7 - 1 LSU
June 5 Game 9 Stanford 6 - 1 Mississippi State Mississippi State eliminated
Game 10 LSU 6 - 1 The Citadel The Citadel eliminated
June 6 Game 11 Stanford 4 - 2 Georgia
June 7 Game 12 Oklahoma State 14 - 3 LSU LSU eliminated
June 8 Game 13 Georgia 5 - 1 Stanford Stanford eliminated
June 9 Final Georgia 2 - 1 Oklahoma State Georgia wins CWS

All-Tournament Team[edit]

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

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Dave Fleming Junior Georgia
Mike Rebhan Senior Georgia
Catcher Michael Daniel Junior Oklahoma State
First baseman Doug Radziewicz Junior Georgia
Second baseman Troy Paulsen Junior Stanford
Third baseman Bobby Carlsen Senior Oklahoma State
Shortstop Brad Beanblossom Senior Oklahoma State
Outfielder Tim Clark Junior LSU
Jeff Hammonds Freshman Stanford
Jason Rychlick Junior The Citadel
Designated hitter Lyle Mouton Junior LSU

Notable players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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