2004 Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament
|Champions||UNLV (2nd title)|
|MVP||Matt Luca UNLV|
|2004 Mountain West Conference baseball standings|
|San Diego State †||19||–||9||–||0||.679||35||–||29||–||0||.547|
|New Mexico ||20||–||10||–||0||.667||36||–||29||–||1||.553|
|Air Force ||0||–||28||–||0||.000||6||–||49||–||0||.109|
|† – Conference champion |
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the 2004 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of June 30, 2004; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
The 2004 Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament took place from May 26–29. All six of the league's teams met in the double-elimination tournament held at University of Nevada, Las Vegas's Earl Wilson Stadium. Third seeded UNLV won their second straight and second overall Mountain West Conference Baseball Championship with a championship game score of 6–3 and earned the conference's automatic bid to the 2004 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.
The teams were seeded based on regular season conference winning percentage only. New Mexico claimed the second seed by winning the season series against UNLV.
|San Diego State||19||9||.679|
|First round||Second round||Third Round||Semi-Finals||Finals|
|4||BYU||4||1||San Diego State||8|
|1||San Diego State||3|
|Loser's Bracket||1||San Diego State||3||–|
|1||San Diego State||24|
The following players were named to the All-Tournament team.
|Clayton Couch||So.||Air Force|
|Josh Mader||Jr.||New Mexico|
|Rielly Embrey||Sr.||San Diego State|
|Scott Shoemaker||Sr.||San Diego State|
|Brick Ungricht||Fr.||San Diego State|
Most Valuable Player
Matt Luca, a sophomore pitcher for the champion UNLV Rebels, was named the tournament Most Valuable Player.
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- Mountain West Conference Baseball Guide (PDF). themwc.com. p. 11. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-07-03. Retrieved December 8, 2012.