2011 NCAA Division I baseball season

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2011 NCAA Division I baseball season
Duration February 18, 2011 – June 29, 2011
Number of teams 300
Preseason #1 Florida Gators
TCU Horned Frogs
UCLA Bruins
Tournament
Duration June 3–29, 2011
Most conference bids ACC and SEC (7)
College World Series
Champions South Carolina
Runners-up Florida
MOP Scott Wingo, USC
Seasons

← 2010

2012 →

The 2011 NCAA Division I baseball season, play of college baseball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level, began on February 18, 2011. The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2011 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2011 College World Series. The College World Series consisted of the eight remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament. Although it was held in its annual location of Omaha, Nebraska, it was played at the newly constructed TD Ameritrade Park for the first time. It concluded on June 29, 2011, with the final game of the best of three championship series. South Carolina defeated Florida two games to none to claim their second championship.

Realignment[edit]

Dropped programs[edit]

Duquesne dropped its varsity baseball program following the 2010 season.[1]

Conference changes[edit]

New Orleans left the Sun Belt Conference to become a Division I independent.[2]

Preseason[edit]

The South Carolina Gamecocks entered the season as defending World Series champions. Among the four major baseball polls there were three different teams ranked preseason #1: the Florida Gators (Baseball America),[3] TCU Horned Frogs (Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA),[4][5] and UCLA Bruins (Coaches').[6]

Conference standings[edit]

America East Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Stony Brook 22 2 0 .917 42 12 0 .778
Maine 18 6 0 .750 32 22 0 .593
Binghamton 13 10 0 .565 21 28 0 .429
Albany 11 11 0 .500 21 31 0 .404
Hartford 3 20 0 .130 6 43 0 .122
UMBC 2 20 0 .091 10 37 0 .213
Atlantic 10 Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Charlotte 17 7 0 .708 42 14 0 .750
Rhode Island 16 8 0 .667 31 22 0 .585
Dayton 15 9 0 .625 32 27 0 .542
Xavier 14 10 0 .583 30 27 0 .526
La Salle 13 11 0 .542 28 26 0 .519
Richmond 13 11 0 .542 29 27 0 .518
St. Bonaventure 13 11 0 .542 23 23 0 .500
Fordham 12 11 0 .522 31 23 0 .574
St. Joseph's 11 13 0 .458 21 31 0 .404
St. Louis 10 14 0 .417 29 26 0 .527
George Washington 9 15 0 .375 19 36 0 .345
Massachusetts 8 15 0 .348 17 29 0 .370
Temple 4 20 0 .167 24 29 0 .453
Atlantic Coast Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Atlantic Division
Florida State 19 11 0 .633 42 17 0 .724
Clemson 17 13 0 .567 41 18 0 .695
North Carolina State 15 15 0 .500 34 25 0 .576
Wake Forest 15 15 0 .500 25 31 0 .446
Boston College 7 22 0 .241 17 33 0 .340
Maryland 5 25 0 .167 24 35 0 .375
Coastal Division
Virginia 22 8 0 .733 49 9 0 .842
Georgia Tech 22 8 0 .733 40 19 0 .678
North Carolina 20 10 0 .667 45 14 0 .763
Miami (FL) 19 10 0 .655 36 21 0 .632
Virginia Tech 11 19 0 .367 30 25 0 .545
Duke 7 23 0 .233 26 30 0 .464
Atlantic Sun Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Stetson 23 7 0 .767 41 18 0 .695
Jacksonville 19 11 0 .633 36 22 0 .621
Kennesaw State 18 11 0 .621 32 25 0 .561
Mercer 17 12 0 .586 39 20 0 .661
East Tennessee State 16 12 0 .571 36 21 0 .632
Belmont 17 13 0 .567 36 24 0 .600
Florida Gulf Coast 16 14 0 .533 27 28 0 .491
North Florida 13 17 0 .433 27 27 0 .500
South Carolina-Upstate 10 18 0 .357 19 36 0 .345
Lipscomb 10 20 0 .333 19 36 0 .345
Campbell 3 27 0 .100 17 37 0 .315
Big East Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Connecticut 22 5 0 .815 41 17 1 .707
St. John's 18 8 0 .692 35 20 0 .648
Pittsburgh 16 11 0 .593 33 23 0 .589
Seton Hall 14 13 0 .519 33 23 0 .582
Cincinnati 14 13 0 .519 30 27 0 .526
Louisville 14 13 0 .519 32 29 0 .525
West Virginia 14 13 0 .519 28 27 0 .509
Notre Dame 13 13 0 .500 23 29 0 .442
South Florida 13 14 0 .481 25 29 0 .463
Rutgers 11 16 0 .407 20 30 0 .400
Villanova 7 20 0 .259 20 32 0 .385
Georgetown 5 22 0 .185 23 33 0 .411
Big South Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Coastal Carolina 20 7 0 .741 41 18 0 .695
Liberty 18 9 0 .667 35 24 0 .593
Charleston Southern 15 12 0 .556 29 30 0 .492
Winthrop 15 12 0 .556 27 30 0 .474
Gardner–Webb 14 13 0 .519 34 23 0 .596
Radford 14 13 0 .519 31 25 0 .554
VMI 14 13 0 .519 27 24 0 .529
High Point 9 18 0 .333 24 32 0 .429
Presbyterian 9 18 0 .333 24 32 0 .429
UNC Asheville 7 20 0 .259 15 37 0 .288
Big Ten Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Michigan State 15 9 0 .625 36 21 0 .632
Illinois 15 9 0 .625 28 25 0 .528
Purdue 14 10 0 .583 37 20 0 .649
Minnesota 13 11 0 .542 25 24 0 .510
Ohio State 13 11 0 .542 26 27 0 .491
Penn State 12 12 0 .500 32 22 0 .593
Indiana 11 13 0 .458 30 25 0 .545
Northwestern 10 13 0 .435 20 29 0 .408
Iowa 9 15 0 .375 20 32 0 .385
Michigan 7 16 0 .304 17 37 0 .315
Big 12 Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Texas 19 8 0 .704 43 15 0 .741
Texas A&M 19 8 0 .704 42 18 0 .695
Oklahoma 14 11 0 .560 41 17 0 .707
Oklahoma State 14 12 0 .538 35 23 0 .603
Baylor 13 14 0 .481 29 26 0 .527
Kansas State 12 14 0 .462 36 23 0 .610
Texas Tech 12 15 0 .444 33 25 0 .569
Missouri 11 15 0 .423 27 32 0 .466
Nebraska 9 17 0 .346 30 25 0 .545
Kansas 9 18 0 .333 26 30 0 .464
Big West Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Cal State Fullerton 19 5 0 .783 40 15 0 .722
UC Irvine 16 8 0 .696 39 16 0 .722
Cal Poly 15 9 0 .625 27 26 0 .519
Long Beach State 12 12 0 .500 29 27 0 .509
UC Riverside 11 13 0 .435 29 23 0 .549
UC Santa Barbara 10 14 0 .435 26 26 0 .500
UC Davis 10 14 0 .435 18 36 0 .340
Pacific 9 15 0 .348 17 37 0 .302
Cal State Northridge 6 18 0 .261 23 33 0 .418
Colonial Athletic Association
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
James Madison 21 9 0 .700 40 17 0 .702
Old Dominion 19 11 0 .633 30 26 0 .536
North Carolina-Wilmington 18 12 0 .600 31 28 0 .525
Georgia State 17 13 0 .567 37 21 0 .638
Delaware 16 14 0 .533 27 26 0 .509
William and Mary 16 14 0 .533 26 29 0 .473
Towson 15 15 0 .500 26 28 0 .481
Virginia Commonwealth 12 18 0 .400 22 32 0 .407
Northeastern 12 18 0 .400 18 33 0 .353
Hofstra 12 18 0 .400 15 32 0 .319
George Mason 7 23 0 .233 21 32 0 .396
Conference USA
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Southern Mississippi 16 8 0 .667 39 17 0 .696
Rice 16 8 0 .667 41 19 0 .683
East Carolina 14 10 0 .583 39 19 0 .672
Central Florida 12 12 0 .500 38 21 0 .644
Memphis 12 12 0 .500 30 27 0 .526
Houston 12 12 0 .500 27 32 0 .458
Tulane 10 14 0 .417 31 26 0 .544
UAB 9 15 0 .375 29 28 0 .509
Marshall 7 17 0 .292 20 31 0 .392
Great West Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Utah Valley 22 2 0 .917 34 22 0 .607
Northern Colorado 19 7 0 .731 24 32 0 .429
Houston Baptist 16 12 0 .571 22 40 0 .355
New York Tech 13 12 0 .520 19 32 0 .373
New Jersey Tech 12 16 0 .429 20 35 0 .364
Texas–Pan American 10 18 0 .357 21 32 0 .396
North Dakota 7 17 0 .292 12 35 0 .255
Chicago State 4 19 0 .174 9 41 0 .180
Horizon League
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Wright State 16 7 0 .696 36 17 0 .673
Illinois-Chicago 16 7 0 .696 28 26 0 .519
Milwaukee 15 10 0 .600 28 28 0 .500
Valparaiso 14 10 0 .583 25 32 0 .446
Butler 11 14 0 .440 23 28 0 .451
Youngstown State 7 16 0 .304 14 41 0 .255
Cleveland State 5 20 0 .200 12 43 0 .218
Ivy League
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Lou Gehrig Division
Princeton 15 5 0 .750 23 22 0 .511
Pennsylvania 10 10 0 .500 19 21 0 .475
Columbia 9 11 0 .450 19 25 0 .432
Cornell 7 13 0 .350 10 30 0 .250
Red Rolfe Division
Dartmouth 14 6 0 .700 30 12 0 .714
Yale 11 9 0 .550 23 19 0 .548
Brown 9 11 0 .450 13 29 0 .310
Harvard 5 15 0 .250 9 36 0 .200
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Manhattan 20 2 0 .909 34 17 0 .667
Rider 16 7 0 .696 33 18 0 .647
Siena 14 10 0 .583 28 30 0 .483
Marist 13 11 0 .542 35 17 0 .673
Fairfield 13 11 0 .542 22 25 0 .468
Canisius 12 10 0 .545 26 32 0 .448
Iona 7 17 0 .292 17 34 0 .333
St. Peter's 5 18 0 .217 16 34 0 .320
Niagara 5 19 0 .208 8 40 0 .167
Mid-American Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Eastern Division
Kent State 21 5 0 .808 43 15 0 .741
Miami (OH) 18 9 0 .667 35 25 0 .583
Bowling Green 11 14 0 .440 20 31 0 .392
Ohio 11 16 0 .407 27 27 0 .500
Akron 7 20 0 .259 16 37 0 .302
Buffalo 3 22 0 .120 14 38 0 .269
Western Division
Central Michigan 17 9 0 .654 31 27 0 .534
Eastern Michigan 16 11 0 .593 37 22 0 .627
Northern Illinois 16 11 0 .593 30 27 0 .526
Toledo 15 12 0 .556 26 29 0 .473
Western Michigan 12 14 0 .462 26 31 0 .456
Ball State 11 15 0 .423 15 35 0 .300
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Bethune–Cookman 18 0 0 1.000 35 22 0 .614
Delaware State 11 7 0 .611 26 29 0 .473
North Carolina A&T 10 8 0 .556 21 34 0 .382
Norfolk State 9 9 0 .500 24 29 0 .453
Maryland-Eastern Shore 7 11 0 .389 9 41 0 .180
Florida A&M 6 12 0 .333 17 40 0 .298
Coppin State 2 16 0 .111 5 39 0 .114
Missouri Valley Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Creighton 15 6 0 .714 44 14 0 .759
Wichita State 14 7 0 .667 39 26 0 .600
Illinois State 13 8 0 .619 36 18 0 .667
Missouri State 11 9 0 .550 33 23 0 .589
Southern Illinois 11 10 0 .524 23 34 0 .404
Indiana State 8 13 0 .381 29 28 0 .509
Evansville 7 13 0 .350 28 25 0 .528
Bradley 4 17 0 .190 22 32 0 .407
Mountain West Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Texas Christian 20 3 0 .870 42 17 0 .712
Utah 16 7 0 .696 29 21 0 .580
Brigham Young 11 12 0 .478 31 27 0 .534
San Diego State 11 13 0 .458 22 36 0 .379
Nevada-Las Vegas 10 13 0 .435 33 25 0 .569
New Mexico 10 14 0 .417 20 39 0 .339
Air Force 4 20 0 .167 19 36 0 .345
Northeast Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Monmouth 25 7 0 .781 36 19 0 .655
Sacred Heart 23 9 0 .719 34 21 0 .618
Long Island 19 11 0 .633 28 23 0 .549
Bryant 19 12 0 .613 30 23 0 .566
Central Connecticut State 17 14 0 .548 26 25 0 .510
Wagner 12 20 0 .375 18 33 0 .353
Quinnipiac 11 21 0 .344 15 32 0 .319
Fairleigh Dickinson 9 23 0 .281 12 38 0 .240
Mount St. Mary's 7 25 0 .219 15 35 0 .300
Ohio Valley Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Austin Peay 17 6 0 .739 33 22 0 .600
Southeast Missouri State 14 8 0 .636 34 22 0 .607
Jacksonville State 14 9 0 .609 36 23 0 .610
Tennessee Tech 12 12 0 .500 25 29 0 .463
Eastern Kentucky 11 13 0 .458 21 36 0 .368
Tennessee-Martin 10 13 0 .435 20 36 0 .357
Eastern Illinois 9 12 0 .429 18 33 0 .353
Murray State 9 13 0 .409 19 32 0 .373
Morehead State 6 16 0 .273 10 39 0 .204
Pacific-10 Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
UCLA 18 9 0 .667 33 22 0 .600
Arizona State 17 10 0 .615 39 16 0 .709
Oregon State 17 10 0 .654 38 17 0 .691
Arizona 15 12 0 .538 36 16 0 .655
Stanford 14 12 0 .538 32 20 0 .615
California 13 13 0 .500 31 20 0 .608
USC 13 14 0 .468 25 31 0 .446
Oregon 11 16 0 .385 33 26 0 .559
Washington State 10 17 0 .346 26 28 0 .481
Washington 6 21 0 .231 17 37 0 .315
Patriot League
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Navy 12 8 0 .600 33 23 1 .588
Army 11 9 0 .550 22 26 0 .458
Lafayette 10 10 0 .500 18 30 0 .375
Bucknell 10 10 0 .500 25 28 0 .472
Holy Cross 9 11 0 .450 24 23 1 .510
Lehigh 8 12 0 .400 24 21 0 .533
Southeastern Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
East Division
Vanderbilt 22 8 0 .733 44 9 0 .830
South Carolina 22 8 0 .733 44 12 0 .786
Florida 22 8 0 .733 41 15 0 .732
Georgia 16 14 0 .533 28 28 0 .500
Kentucky 8 22 0 .267 25 30 0 .455
Tennessee 7 23 0 .233 25 29 0 .463
West Division
Arkansas 15 15 0 .500 38 19 0 .667
Mississippi State 14 16 0 .467 34 23 0 .596
Alabama 14 16 0 .467 33 26 0 .559
Auburn 14 16 0 .467 29 29 0 .500
LSU 13 17 0 .433 36 20 0 .643
Ole Miss 13 17 0 .433 30 25 0 .545
Southern Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Elon 23 7 0 .766 36 21 0 .632
North Carolina-Greensboro 22 8 0 .733 34 20 0 .630
College of Charleston 18 12 0 .600 39 22 0 .639
Samford 18 12 0 .600 37 23 0 .617
Georgia Southern 18 12 0 .600 36 26 0 .581
Appalachian State 15 15 0 .500 33 27 0 .550
Furman 13 16 0 .448 24 33 0 .421
Western Carolina 12 18 0 .400 23 31 1 .426
Wofford 9 21 0 .300 22 33 0 .400
Davidson 8 21 0 .276 18 30 0 .375
The Citadel 8 22 0 .267 20 36 0 .357
Southland Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Texas State 23 9 0 .719 40 23 0 .635
Stephen F. Austin 20 13 0 .606 37 23 0 .617
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 19 14 0 .576 37 24 0 .607
Southeastern Louisiana 18 14 0 .562 35 22 0 .614
Sam Houston State 17 16 0 .515 35 24 0 .593
Texas-San Antonio 16 17 0 .485 27 32 0 .458
Texas-Arlington 15 17 0 .469 27 28 0 .491
Lamar 15 18 0 .455 29 27 0 .518
Nicholls State 15 18 0 .455 28 29 0 .491
McNeese State 14 19 0 .424 26 29 0 .473
Central Arkansas 13 20 0 .394 24 29 0 .453
Northwestern State 11 21 0 .344 22 32 0 .407
Southwestern Athletic Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Eastern Division
Alcorn State 19 4 0 .826 26 27 0 .491
Mississippi Valley State 14 9 0 .609 18 36 0 .333
Jackson State 14 10 0 .583 27 26 0 .509
Alabama State 6 18 0 .250 14 29 0 .326
Alabama A&M 6 18 0 .250 10 39 0 .204
Western Division
Southern 16 8 0 .667 29 19 0 .604
Grambling State 14 10 0 .583 23 26 0 .469
Prairie View A&M 13 11 0 .542 25 21 0 .543
Texas Southern 10 14 0 .417 25 29 0 .463
Arkansas-Pine Bluff 7 17 0 .292 11 34 0 .244
Summit League
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Oral Roberts 21 7 0 .750 39 22 0 .639
South Dakota State 20 8 0 .714 37 20 0 .649
North Dakota State 15 12 0 .556 22 32 0 .407
Western Illinois 13 15 0 .464 21 38 0 .356
IUPU-Fort Wayne 12 16 0 .429 17 34 0 .333
Southern Utah 11 17 0 .393 23 31 0 .426
Oakland 10 18 0 .357 19 31 0 .380
Centenary 9 18 0 .333 12 31 0 .279
Sun Belt Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Troy 21 9 0 .700 43 19 0 .694
Florida International 20 9 1 .683 40 20 1 .664
Louisiana-Lafayette 18 12 0 .600 31 27 0 .534
Western Kentucky 17 13 0 .567 33 24 0 .579
Florida Atlantic 17 13 0 .567 32 25 0 .561
South Alabama 15 15 0 .500 30 28 0 .517
Arkansas State 13 16 1 .450 27 31 1 .466
Arkansas-Little Rock 10 20 0 .333 24 34 0 .414
Middle Tennessee State 9 21 0 .300 18 37 0 .327
Louisiana-Monroe 9 21 0 .300 24 30 0 .444
West Coast Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
San Francisco 16 5 0 .762 31 23 0 .574
Gonzaga 15 6 0 .714 32 19 0 .627
Loyola Marymount 11 10 0 .524 30 25 0 .545
Portland 11 10 0 .524 23 31 0 .426
San Diego 11 10 0 .524 22 31 0 .415
St. Mary's 9 12 0 .429 27 28 0 .491
Pepperdine 7 14 0 .333 22 34 0 .393
Santa Clara 4 17 0 .190 17 34 0 .333
Western Athletic Conference
Conf Overall
Team W L T Pct W L T Pct
Fresno State 17 7 0 .708 39 14 0 .736
Hawai'i 17 7 0 .708 33 24 0 .579
Louisiana Tech 12 12 0 .500 34 26 0 .567
Nevada 12 12 0 .500 24 31 0 .436
San Jose State 11 13 0 .458 35 26 0 .574
New Mexico State 9 15 0 .375 34 24 0 .586
Sacramento State 6 18 0 .250 19 39 0 .328
Division I Independents
Team W L T Pct
Dallas Baptist 42 20 0 .677
Longwood 28 18 0 .609
Cal State Bakersfield 33 22 0 .600
Savannah State 29 23 0 .558
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 28 24 0 .538
Le Moyne 23 30 0 .434
Seattle 21 30 1 .413
North Carolina Central 7 39 0 .152
New Orleans 4 50 0 .074


Team won the conference tournament and the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament
Conference does not have conference tournament, so team won the autobid for finishing in first
Team received at-large bid to NCAA Tournament

Conference winners and tournaments[edit]

Of the 31 conferences that sponsored Division I baseball in 2011, 28 sponsored conference tournaments or championship series. With the exception of the Great West Conference, a provisional member of Division I, the winners of these tournaments received their conference's automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament. Programs qualified for the conference tournaments based on their regular season against conference opponents, and tournament formats included double elimination, single elimination, and round robin.

Conference Regular
Season Winner
Conference
Player of the Year
Conference
Coach of the Year
Conference
Tournament
Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament
Winner
America East Conference Stony Brook[7] William Carmona, Stony Brook[8] Matt Senk, Stony Brook[8] 2011 America East Conference Baseball Tournament Joe Nathan FieldStony Brook, NY[9] Maine[9]
Atlantic Coast Conference Atlantic – Florida State
Coastal – Georgia Tech/Virginia[10]
Brad Miller, Clemson[11] Brian O'Connor, Virginia[12] 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament Durham Bulls Athletic ParkDurham, NC[13] Virginia[13]
Atlantic Sun Conference Stetson[14] Adam Brett Walker, Jacksonville[15] Pete Dunn, Stetson[16] 2011 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Tournament Dugan Field at Marsh StadiumNashville, TN[17] Belmont[17]
Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte[18] Ben Thomas, Xavier[19] Jim Foster, Rhode Island[20] 2011 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament Campbell's FieldCamden, NJ[21] Charlotte[21]
Big East Conference Connecticut[22] George Springer, Connecticut[23] Jim Penders, Connecticut[23] 2011 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament Bright House FieldClearwater, FL[24] Seton Hall[24]
Big South Conference Coastal Carolina[25] Tommy La Stella, Coastal Carolina[26] Stuart Lake, Charleston Southern[26] 2011 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament Gray–Minor StadiumLexington, VA[27] Coastal Carolina[27]
Big Ten Conference Michigan State/Illinois[28] Jeff Holm, Michigan State[29] Jake Boss, Michigan State[30] 2011 Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournament Huntington ParkColumbus, OH[31] Illinois[31]
Big 12 Conference Texas/Texas A&M[32] Tyler Naquin, Texas A&M[33] Augie Garrido, Texas/Rob Childress, Texas A&M[34] 2011 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament RedHawks BallparkOklahoma City, OK[35] Texas A&M[35]
Big West Conference Cal State Fullerton[36] Nick Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton[37] Dave Serrano, Cal State Fullerton[37] No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Colonial Athletic Association James Madison[38] Jake Lowery, James Madison[39] Nate Goulet, Old Dominion[39] 2011 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Tournament Brooks FieldWilmington, NC[40] James Madison[40]
Conference USA Southern Miss/Rice[41] Chad Zurcher, Memphis[42] Scott Berry, Southern Miss[42] 2011 Conference USA Baseball Tournament Trustmark ParkPearl, MS[43] Rice[43]
Great West Conference Utah Valley[44] Effrey Valdez, NYIT[45] Eric Madsen, Utah Valley[45] 2011 Great West Conference Baseball Tournament Harold Kraft Memorial FieldGrand Forks, ND[46] Utah Valley[46]
Horizon League Wright State/Illinois–Chicago[47] Jake Hibberd, Wright State[48] Rob Cooper, Wright State[48] 2011 Horizon League Baseball Tournament Nischwitz StadiumDayton, OH[49] Wright State[49]
Ivy League Gehrig - Princeton
Rolfe - Dartmouth[50]
Trey Rallis, Yale[51] N/A 2011 Ivy League Baseball Championship Series Bill Clarke FieldPrinceton, NJ[52] Princeton[52]
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Manhattan[53] Sean Jamieson, Canisius/Dan Paolini, Siena[54] Kevin Leighton, Manhattan[55] 2011 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Waterfront ParkTrenton, NJ[56] Manhattan[56]
Mid-American Conference East - Kent State
West - Central Michigan[57]
Tom Murphy, Buffalo[58] Scott Stricklin, Kent State[58] 2011 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament V.A. Memorial StadiumChillicothe, OH[59] Kent State[59]
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Bethune-Cookman[60] Scott Davis, Delaware State[61] Mervyl Melendez, Bethune-Cookman[61] 2011 Mid–Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Jackie Robinson BallparkDaytona Beach, FL[62] Bethune-Cookman[62]
Missouri Valley Conference Creighton[63] Chris O'Brien, Wichita State[64] Ed Servais, Creighton[64] 2011 Missouri Valley Conference Baseball Tournament TD Ameritrade ParkOmaha, NE[65] Creighton[65]
Mountain West Conference Texas Christian[66] C. J. Cron, Utah[67] Jim Schlossnagle, Texas Christian[68] 2011 Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament Tony Gwynn StadiumSan Diego, CA[69] New Mexico[69]
Northeast Conference Monmouth[70] Ryan Terry, Monmouth[71] Don Maines, Long Island[72] 2011 Northeast Conference Baseball Tournament Dodd StadiumNorwich, CT[73] Sacred Heart[74]
Ohio Valley Conference Austin Peay[75] Trenton Moses, Southeast Missouri State[76] Gary McClure, Austin Peay[77] 2011 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball Tournament Pringles ParkJackson, TN[78] Austin Peay[78]
Pacific-12 Conference UCLA[79] Tony Renda, California[80] Pat Casey, Oregon State[80] No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Patriot League Navy[81] A. J. Miller, Lafayette[82] Paul Kostacopoulos, Navy[83] 2011 Patriot League Baseball Tournament Campus Sites Navy[84]
Southeastern Conference East – Vanderbilt
East – Arkansas[85]
Mike Zunino, Florida[86] Ray Tanner, South Carolina[86] 2011 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament Regions ParkHoover, AL[87] Florida[87]
Southern Conference Elon[88] Victor Roache, Georgia Southern[89] Mike Gaski, UNC Greensboro[89] 2011 Southern Conference Baseball Tournament Joseph P. Riley, Jr. ParkCharleston, SC[90] Georgia Southern[90]
Southland Conference Texas State[91] Bryson Myles, Stephen F. Austin[92] Ty Harrington, Texas State[93] 2011 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament Bobcat BallparkSan Marcos, TX[94] Texas State[95]
Southwestern Athletic Conference East - Alcorn State
West - Southern[96]
Frazier Hall, Southern[97] Barret Rey, Alcorn State[98] 2011 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Fair Grounds FieldShreveport, LA[99] Alcorn State[99]
The Summit League Oral Roberts[100] Bo Cuthbertson, Southern Utah[101] Rob Walton, Oral Roberts[101] 2011 The Summit League Baseball Tournament Sioux Falls StadiumSioux Falls, SD[101] Oral Roberts[101]
Sun Belt Conference Troy[102] Pablo Bermudez, Florida International
Adam Bryant, Troy[103]
Bobby Pierce, Troy[103] 2011 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Tournament Warhawk FieldMonroe, LA[103] Arkansas-Little Rock[103]
West Coast Conference San Francisco[104] Kris Bryant, San Diego
Marco Gonzalez, Gonzaga[105]
Nino Giarratano, San Francisco[105] No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Western Athletic Conference Fresno State/Hawaii[106] Dusty Robinson, Jr., Fresno State[107] Mike Trapasso, Hawaii[107] 2011 Western Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament HoHoKam StadiumMesa, AZ[108] Fresno State[108]

College World Series[edit]

The 2011 College World Series began on June 18, 2011 in Omaha, Nebraska. It was the first College World Series in 61 years not played at Rosenblatt Stadium; games were played at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.[109]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
1  Virginia 4  
 California 1  
  1  Virginia 1  
  4  South Carolina 7  
 Texas A&M 4
4  South Carolina 5  
  4  South Carolina 3* -  
  1  Virginia 2* -  
 California 7  
 Texas A&M 3  
   California 1
  1  Virginia 8  
  4  South Carolina 2* 5
  2  Florida 1* 2
2  Florida 8  
7  Texas 4  
  2  Florida 3
  6  Vanderbilt 1  
6  Vanderbilt 7
3  North Carolina 3  
  2  Florida 6 -
  6  Vanderbilt 4 -  
7  Texas 0  
3  North Carolina 3  
  3  North Carolina 1
  6  Vanderbilt 5  

Award winners[edit]

All-American teams[edit]

Major player of the year awards[edit]

Major coach of the year awards[edit]

Other major awards[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "University of New Orleans Withdraws from Sun Belt Conference". SunBeltSports.com. The Sun Belt Conference. January 20, 2010. Archived from the original on June 27, 2012. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  3. ^ 2011 Preseason College Top 25
  4. ^ TCU NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER PRE-SEASON POLL
  5. ^ TCU TOPS 2011 PRESEASON NCBWA POLL
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