2005 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

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2005 Big 12 Conference
Baseball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2005
Teams 8
Format Double elimination
Site AT&T Bricktown Ballpark
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Champions Nebraska (4th title)
Winning coach Mike Anderson (1st title)
MVP Curtis Ledbetter (Nebraska)
Attendance 74,439
Big 12 Conference
Baseball Tournament
«2004  2006»
2005 Big 12 baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#6 Nebraska 19 8   .704     57 15   .792
#4 Baylor 19 8   .704     46 24   .657
#1 Texas 16 10   .615     56 16   .778
#25 Missouri 16 11   .593     40 23   .635
Oklahoma 14 13   .519     35 26   .574
Oklahoma State 12 15   .444     34 25   .576
Kansas 11 15   .423     36 28   .563
Texas Tech 9 16   .360     34 25   .576
Texas A&M 9 18   .333     30 25   .545
Kansas State 8 19   .296     30 25   .545
2005 Big 12 Tournament winner
Rankings from NCBWA

The 2005 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament was held at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, OK from May 25 through May 29. Nebraska won their fourth tournament in seven years and earned the Big 12 Conference's automatic bid to the 2005 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. This was the last year that the tournament mirrored the format of 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
Nebraska 19 8 .667 -- 1
Baylor 19 8 .667 -- 2
Texas 16 10 .615 2.5 3
Missouri 16 11 .593 3 4
Oklahoma 14 13 .519 5 5
Oklahoma State 12 15 .444 7 6
Kansas 11 15 .423 7.5 7
Texas Tech 9 16 .360 9 8
Texas A&M 9 18 .333 10 --
Kansas State 8 19 .296 11 --

Tournament[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                       
6  Oklahoma State 10  
3  Texas 4  
  6  Oklahoma State 3  
  2  Baylor 8  
2  Baylor 2*
7  Kansas 1*  
  2  Baylor 9 -  
  3  Texas 8 -  
3  Texas 9  
7  Kansas 0  
  3  Texas 6
  6  Oklahoma State 1  
  2  Baylor 0
  1  Nebraska 1
4  Missouri 8  
5  Oklahoma 7  
  4  Missouri 10
  8  Texas Tech 1  
8  Texas Tech 5
1  Nebraska 3  
  4  Missouri 4 9
  1  Nebraska 5 17  
5  Oklahoma 3  
1  Nebraska 6  
  1  Nebraska 2
  8  Texas Tech 1  

All-Tournament team[edit]

Position Player School
1B Curtis Ledbetter Nebraska
2B Michael Griffin Baylor
3B Alex Gordon Nebraska
SS Seth Johnston Texas
C Jacob Priday Missouri
OF Nick Peoples Texas
OF James Boone Missouri
OF Andy Gerch Nebraska
DH Zane Taylor Missouri
SP Randy Boone Texas
SP Brian Duensing Nebraska
RP Ryan LaMotta Baylor
UT Joe Simokaitis Nebraska
MOP Curtis Ledbetter Nebraska

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