2000 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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2000 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Teams 8
College World
Series Site
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Omaha, NE
Champions LSU (5th title)
Runner-Up Stanford (12th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Skip Bertman (1st title)
MOP Trey Hodges (LSU)
NCAA Baseball Tournaments
«1999  2001»

The 1999 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1999 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 fifty 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 fifty-fourth tournament's champion was LSU, coached by Skip Bertman. The Most Outstanding Player was Trey Hodges of LSU.


National Seeds[edit]

Bold indicates CWS participant.

  1. South Carolina
  2. LSU
  3. Georgia Tech
  4. Clemson
  5. Houston
  6. Florida St.
  7. Arizona St.
  8. Stanford

Regionals & Super Regionals[edit]

Bold indicates winner. * indicates host.

Columbia Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  South Carolina 6  
4  Liberty 4  
  1  South Carolina 6  
  2  Wake Forest 1  
3  Seton Hall 3
2  Wake Forest 8  
  1  South Carolina 8  
Columbia Regional - Sarge Frye Field
  2  Wake Forest 4  
4  Liberty 10  
3  Seton Hall 2  
  4  Liberty 2
  2  Wake Forest 4  
  1  South Carolina 6 1 2
   Louisiana-Lafayette 3 7 3
1  East Carolina 12  
4  Marist 3  
  1  East Carolina 3
  2  Louisiana-Lafayette 5  
3  McNeese State 5
2  Louisiana-Lafayette 11  
  2  Louisiana-Lafayette 8
Lafayette Regional - M. L. Tigue Moore Field
  1  East Carolina 5  
4  Marist 6  
3  McNeese State 5  
  4  Marist 7
  1  East Carolina 8  

Baton Rouge Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  LSU 19  
4  Jackson State 1  
  1  LSU 21  
  3  Louisiana-Monroe 0  
3  Louisiana-Monroe 8
2  New Orleans 3  
  1  LSU 5  
Baton Rouge Regional - Alex Box Stadium
  3  Louisiana-Monroe 3  
4  Jackson State 9  
2  New Orleans 24  
  2  New Orleans 4
  3  Louisiana-Monroe 10  
  2  LSU 8 14
   UCLA 2 8
1  UCLA 13  
4  Delaware 12  
  1  UCLA 10
  2  Oklahoma 5  
3  Oral Roberts 5
2  Oklahoma 6  
  1  UCLA 11
Oklahoma City Regional - Bricktown Ballpark
  2  Oklahoma 3  
4  Delaware 2  
3  Oral Roberts 4  
  3  Oral Roberts 7
  2  Oklahoma 9  

Atlanta Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Georgia Tech 11  
4  Georgia Southern 9  
  1  Georgia Tech 24  
  3  Stetson 1  
3  Stetson 9
2  Auburn 5  
  1  Georgia Tech 16  
Atlanta Regional - Russ Chandler Stadium
  3  Stetson 11  
4  Georgia Southern 5  
2  Auburn 11  
  2  Auburn 10
  3  Stetson 13  
  3  Georgia Tech 2 3
   USC 7 6
1  USC 8  
4  Virginia Tech 3  
  1  USC 13
  3  Loyola Marymount 5  
3  Loyola Marymount 6
2  Cal State Fullerton 4  
  1  USC 8
Fullerton Regional - Goodwin Field
  2  Cal State Fullerton 3  
4  Virginia Tech 6  
2  Cal State Fullerton 8  
  2  Cal State Fullerton 5
  3  Loyola Marymount 2  

Clemson Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Clemson 4  
4  Middle Tenn. State 0  
  1  Clemson 9  
  3  Illinois 3  
3  Illinois 3
2  Old Dominion 1  
  1  Clemson 21  
Clemson Regional - Doug Kingsmore Stadium
  4  Middle Tenn. State 3  
4  Middle Tenn. State 6  
2  Old Dominion 5  
  4  Middle Tenn. State 4
  3  Illinois 3  
  4  Clemson 11 9
   Mississippi State 4 4
1  Mississippi State 9  
4  South Alabama 2  
  1  Mississippi State 8
  3  Notre Dame 1  
3  Notre Dame 8
2  Tulane 4  
  1  Mississippi State 0 10
Starkville Regional - Dudy Noble Field
  3  Notre Dame 7 9  
4  South Alabama 3  
2  Tulane 4  
  2  Tulane 6
  3  Notre Dame 10  

Houston Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Houston 7  
4  Princeton 6  
  1  Houston 5  
  2  Rice 2  
3  Texas Tech 2
2  Rice 5  
  1  Houston 4 9  
Houston Regional - Cougar Field
  2  Rice 5 5  
4  Princeton 1  
3  Texas Tech 10  
  3  Texas Tech 4
  2  Rice 11  
  5  Houston 3 5 2
   San Jose State 5 2 3
1  Baylor 0  
4  SW Texas State 6  
  4  SW Texas State 2
  3  San Jose State 5  
3  San Jose State 4
2  Florida 1  
  3  San Jose State 7 2
Waco Regional - Baylor Ballpark
  2  Florida 8 1  
2  Florida 10  
1  Baylor 1  
  2  Florida 14
  4  SW Texas State 0  

Tallahassee Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Florida State 6  
4  Bethune-Cookman 3  
  1  Florida State 8  
  2  Central Florida 9  
3  Evansville 1
2  Central Florida 4  
  2  Central Florida 1 1  
Tallahassee Regional - Dick Howser Stadium
  1  Florida State 6 8  
4  Bethune-Cookman 5  
3  Evansville 6  
  3  Evansville 2
  1  Florida State 11  
  6  Florida State 9 5 6
   Miami (FL) 2 7 1
1  Miami (FL) 19  
4  Wagner 5  
  1  Miami (FL) 11
  2  Florida Atlantic 5  
3  Florida International 6
2  Florida Atlantic 14  
  1  Miami (FL) 14
Coral Gables Regional - Mark Light Field
  3  Florida International 4  
4  Wagner 1  
3  Florida International 10  
  3  Florida International 7
  2  Florida Atlantic 0  

Austin Super Regional[edit]

Hosted by Texas at Disch–Falk Field in Austin, Texas

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Arizona State 15  
4  Miami (OH) 7  
  1  Arizona State 3  
  2  Texas 1  
3  Creighton 4
2  Texas 5  
  1  Arizona State 4 7  
Tempe Regional - Packard Stadium
  2  Texas 6 9  
4  Miami (OH) 6  
3  Creighton 3  
  4  Miami (OH) 1
  2  Texas 11  
   Texas 7 10
   Penn State 3 0
1  Rutgers 4  
4  Army 3  
  1  Rutgers 3
  2  North Carolina 9  
3  Penn State 5
2  North Carolina 14  
  2  North Carolina 5 3
Montclair Regional - Yogi Berra Stadium
  3  Penn State 6 10  
4  Army 1  
3  Penn State 3  
  3  Penn State 6
  1  Rutgers 5  

Palo Alto Super Regional[edit]

  First Round Second Round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Stanford 5  
4  Fresno State 1  
  1  Stanford 8  
  2  Alabama 6  
3  Nevada 2
2  Alabama 8  
  1  Stanford 9 16  
Palo Alto Regional - Sunken Diamond
  2  Alabama 14 6  
4  Fresno State 5  
3  Nevada 13  
  3  Nevada 5
  2  Alabama 6  
  8  Stanford 3 7 5
   Nebraska 7 1 3
1  Nebraska 2  
4  Butler 1  
  1  Nebraska 4
  2  Minnesota 1  
3  Wichita State 7
2  Minnesota 10  
  1  Nebraska 8
Minneapolis Regional - Siebert Field
  3  Wichita State 1  
4  Butler 5  
3  Wichita State 15  
  3  Wichita State 5
  2  Minnesota 1  

Notes on tournament field[edit]

  • Army, Butler, and Wagner were making their first NCAA tournament appearance.[2]

College World Series[edit]

Participants[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
Clemson ACC 50 - 16 (17 - 7) Jack Leggett 8
(last: 1996)
3rd
(1996)
6 - 16
Florida State ACC 51 - 17 (15 - 9) Mike Martin 17
(last: 1999)
2nd
(1970, 1986, 1999)
23 - 34
Louisiana–Lafayette Sun Belt 47 - 18 (20 - 10) Tony Robichaux 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
LSU SEC 48 - 17 (19 - 10) Skip Bertman 10
(last: 1998)
1st
(1991, 1993, 1996, 1997)
25 - 13
San Jose State WAC 41 - 22 (n/a) Sam Piraro 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Southern California Pac-10 43 - 18 (16 - 8) Mike Gillespie 19
(last: 1998)
1st
(1948, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1998)
72 - 22
Stanford Pac-10 47 - 15 (17 - 7) Mark Marquess 11
(last: 1999)
1st
(1987, 1988)
25 - 20
Texas Big 12 46 - 19 (19 - 10) Augie Garrido 27
(last: 1993)
1st
(1949, 1950, 1975, 1983, 2002, 2005)
64 - 47

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                       
 Louisiana–Lafayette 4  
8  Stanford 6  
  8  Stanford 10  
  4  Clemson 4  
4  Clemson 10
 San Jose State 6  
  8  Stanford 19  
   Louisiana–Lafayette 9  
 Louisiana–Lafayette 6  
 San Jose State 3  
   Louisiana–Lafayette 5
  4  Clemson 4  
  8  Stanford 5
  2  LSU 6
2  LSU 13  
 Texas 5  
  2  LSU 10
   Southern California 4  
 Southern California 6
6  Florida State 4  
  2  LSU 6
  6  Florida State 3  
 Texas 2  
6  Florida State 6  
  6  Florida State 3
   Southern California 2  

Game results[edit]

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 9 Game 1 Clemson 10 - 6 San Jose State
Game 2 Stanford 6 - 4 Louisiana–Lafayette
June 10 Game 3 Southern California 6 - 4 Florida State
Game 4 LSU 13 - 5 Texas
June 11 Game 5 Stanford 10 - 4 Clemson
Game 6 Louisiana–Lafayette 6 - 3 San Jose State San Jose State eliminated
June 12 Game 7 LSU 10 - 4 Southern California
Game 8 Florida State 6 - 2 Texas Texas eliminated
June 14 Game 9 Louisiana–Lafayette 5 - 4 Clemson Clemson eliminated
Game 10 Florida State 3 - 2 Southern California Southern California eliminated
June 15 Game 11 Stanford 19 - 9 Louisiana–Lafayette Louisiana–Lafayette eliminated
Game 12 LSU 6 - 3 Florida State Florida State eliminated
June 17 Final LSU 6 - 5 Stanford LSU wins CWS

All Tournament Team[edit]

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

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Trey Hodges Senior LSU
Jon McDonald Junior Florida State
Catcher Beau Craig Sophomore Southern California
First baseman Craig Thompson Stanford
Second baseman Mike Fontenot Freshman LSU
Third baseman Blair Barbier Senior LSU
Shortstop Ryan Theriot Sophomore LSU
Outfielder Joe Borchard Junior Stanford
Steven Feehan Senior Louisiana–Lafayette
Edmund Muth Senior Stanford
Designated hitter Brad Hawpe Junior LSU

Notable players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records". NCAA. 2009. p. 195. Retrieved November 5, 2014. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records 1947-2008". NCAA. Retrieved January 20, 2009.