1999 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

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1999 Big 12 Conference
Baseball Tournament
Classification Division I
Teams 8
Format Double elimination
Site AT&T Bricktown Ballpark
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Champions Nebraska (1st title)
Winning coach Dave Van Horn (1st title)
MVP Jason Jennings (Baylor)
Attendance 129,334
Big 12 Conference
Baseball Tournament
«1998  2000»
1999 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#7 Texas A&M y 23 6   .793     52 18   .743
#9 Baylor y 20 7   .741     50 15   .769
#22 Texas Tech y 18 8   .692     42 17   .712
#8 Oklahoma State y 18 9   .667     46 21   .687
Nebraska y 16 9   .640     42 18   .700
Texas 17 13   .567     36 26   .581
Missouri 14 13   .519     37 19   .661
Oklahoma 12 18   .400     30 29   .508
Kansas State 11 18   .379     26 29   .473
Kansas 4 26   .133     14 40   .259
Iowa State 28   .000     17 36   .321
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1999[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1999 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament was held at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, OK from May 23 through May 27. Nebraska won their first of three consecutive tournaments and earned the Big 12 Conference's automatic bid to the 1999 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. This was the first year the conference switched to format used by the College World Series with two 4-team double-elimination brackets and a final championship game.

Regular Season Results[edit]

Team W L Pct GB Seed
Texas A&M 23 6 .793 -- 1
Baylor 20 7 .741 2 2
Texas Tech 18 8 .692 3.5 3
Oklahoma State 18 9 .667 4 4
Nebraska 16 9 .640 5 5
Texas 17 13 .567 6.5 6
Missouri 14 13 .519 8 7
Oklahoma 12 18 .400 11.5 8
Kansas State 11 18 .379 12 --
Kansas 4 26 .133 19.5 --
Iowa State 2 28 .067 21.5 --
  • Colorado did not sponsor a baseball team.

Tournament[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                       
8  Oklahoma 10  
1  Texas A&M 5  
  8  Oklahoma 7  
  5  Nebraska 14  
5  Nebraska 5
4  Oklahoma State 0  
  5  Nebraska 8 -  
  1  Texas A&M 7 -  
1  Texas A&M 4  
4  Oklahoma State 2  
  1  Texas A&M 10
  8  Oklahoma 3  
  5  Nebraska 4
  2  Baylor 3
2  Baylor 2  
7  Missouri 0  
  2  Baylor 8
  6  Texas 2  
6  Texas 7
3  Texas Tech 3  
  2  Baylor 9 -
  7  Missouri 2 -  
7  Missouri 8*  
3  Texas Tech 7*  
  7  Missouri 5*
  6  Texas 4*  

All-Tournament Team[edit]

Position Player School
1B Ken Harvey Nebraska
2B Dustin Barnes Missouri
3B Aaron Wilson Missouri
SS Steve Scarborough Texas A&M
C Josh Bard Texas Tech
OF Josh Cole Nebraska
OF Anthony Hensley Baylor
OF Bobby Walters Oklahoma
DH Richard Park Oklahoma
P Chad Wiles Nebraska
P Chad Hawkins Baylor
P Jason Jennings Baylor
MOP Jason Jennings Baylor

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2013 Big 12 Baseball Media Guide. Big 12 Conference. p. 54. Retrieved May 17, 2013.