2005 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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2005 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season 2005
Teams 64
College World
Series Site
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Omaha, Nebraska
Champions Texas (6th title)
Runner-Up Florida (5th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Augie Garrido (5th title)
MOP David Maroul Texas
NCAA Baseball Tournaments
«2004  2006»

The 2005 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was held from May 30 through June 26, 2005. 64 NCAA Division I college baseball teams met after having played their way through a regular season, and for some, a conference tournament, to play in the NCAA Tournament. The tournament culminated with 8 teams in the College World Series at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska.

A major format change for the regionals began in 2005. Rather than play both games of the championship round on the third day (usually Sunday) of the tournament, the "if necessary" championship game would be played on the fourth day of the tournament (usually Monday), allowing a team in the loser's bracket to rest some of its pitchers for a winner-take-all contest.

The home-state Nebraska Cornhuskers won their first College World Series game after going winless in their previous two appearances.

Texas went undefeated in the College World Series, earning its spot in the championship series with a walk-off home run against Big 12 Conference rival Baylor, before sweeping Florida in the championship series.

Bids[edit]

Automatic bids[edit]

Conference champions from 30 Division I conferences earned automatic bids to regionals. The remaining 34 spots were awarded to schools as at-large invitees.

Conference School Berth type
America East Maine Tournament Champion
ACC Georgia Tech Tournament Champion
Atlantic Sun Stetson Tournament Champion
A-10 Rhode Island Tournament Champion
Big 12 Nebraska Tournament Champion
Big East Notre Dame Tournament Champion
Big South Winthrop Tournament Champion
Big Ten Ohio State Tournament Champion
Big West Cal State Fullerton Regular Season Champion
CAA Virginia Commonwealth Tournament Champion
Conference USA Tulane Tournament Champion
Horizon League Illinois–Chicago Tournament Champion
Ivy League Harvard Championship Series Winner
MAAC Marist Tournament Champion
MAC Miami (OH) Tournament Champion
Mid-Con Oral Roberts Tournament Champion
MEAC North Carolina A&T Tournament Champion
Missouri Valley Wichita State Tournament Champion
MWC Nevada–Las Vegas Tournament Champion
NEC Quinnipiac Tournament Champion
OVC Austin Peay Tournament Champion
Pac-10 Oregon State Regular Season Champion
Patriot League Army Tournament Champion
SEC Mississippi State Tournament Champion
SoCon Furman Tournament Champion
Southland Texas–San Antonio Tournament Champion
SWAC Southern Tournament Champion
Sun Belt South Alabama Tournament Champion
WAC Rice Regular Season Champion
WCC Pepperdine Championship Series Winner

Bids by conference[edit]

Conference Total Schools
Southeastern 9 Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee
Atlantic Coast 7 Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami (FL), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia
Big 12 5 Baylor, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas
Pacific-10 5 Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Southern California, Stanford
Conference USA 4 East Carolina, Southern Mississippi, Texas Christian, Tulane
Atlantic Sun 2 Florida Atlantic, Stetson
Big East 2 Notre Dame, St. John's
Big South 2 Coastal Carolina, Winthrop
Big Ten 2 Michigan, Ohio State
Big West 2 Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State
Missouri Valley 2 Creighton, Wichita State
Southern 2 College of Charleston, Furman
Southland 2 Northwestern State, Texas–San Antonio
Sun Belt 2 Louisiana–Lafayette, South Alabama
America East 1 Maine
Atlantic 10 1 Rhode Island
Colonial Athletic 1 Virginia Commonwealth
Horizon 1 Illinois–Chicago
Ivy 1 Harvard
Metro Atlantic 1 Marist
Mid-American 1 Miami (OH)
Mid-Continent 1 Oral Roberts
Mid-Eastern 1 North Carolina A&T
Mountain West 1 Nevada–Las Vegas
Northeast 1 Quinnipiac
Ohio Valley 1 Austin Peay
Patriot 1 Army
Southwestern Athletic 1 Southern
Western Athletic 1 Rice
West Coast 1 Pepperdine

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Tournament notes[edit]

  • North Carolina A&T, Quinnipiac and Rhode Island were making their first NCAA tournament appearance.[2]

CWS records tied or broken[edit]

  • Total attendance: 263,475 (previous record was 260,091 in 2003)
  • Average single session attendance: 23,952
  • No game was decided by more than five runs, making the 2005 CWS the closest-contended in history
  • For the first time in CWS history, not a single player hit a triple
  • Texas closer J. B. Cox tied the CWS record with five pitching appearances

National seeds[edit]

Bold indicates CWS participant.

  1. Tulane
  2. Georgia Tech
  3. Nebraska
  4. Baylor
  5. Mississippi
  6. Cal State Fullerton
  7. Florida
  8. Oregon State

Regionals & Super Regionals[edit]

Bold indicates winner.

New Orleans Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Tulane 17  
4  Southern 7  
  1  Tulane 10  
  2  Alabama 4  
3  Louisiana-Lafayette 5
2  Alabama 7  
  1  Tulane 7  
New Orleans Regional - Turchin Stadium
  2  Alabama 4  
4  Southern 1  
3  Louisiana-Lafayette 9  
  3  Louisiana-Lafayette 3
  2  Alabama 4  
  1  Tulane 5 7 9
   Rice 9 0 6
1  Louisiana State 14  
4  Marist 5  
  1  Louisiana State 7
  2  Rice 9  
3  Northwestern State 3
2  Rice 7  
  2  Rice 5
Baton Rouge Regional - Alex Box Stadium
  1  Louisiana State 4  
4  Marist 3  
3  Northwestern State 4  
  3  Northwestern State 4
  1  Louisiana State 12  

Atlanta Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Georgia Tech 5*  
4  Furman 4*  
  1  Georgia Tech 10  
  2  South Carolina 2  
3  Michigan 5
2  South Carolina 6  
  1  Georgia Tech 3 5  
Atlanta Regional - Russ Chandler Stadium
  2  South Carolina 8 0  
4  Furman 3  
3  Michigan 6  
  3  Michigan 3
  2  South Carolina 4  
  2  Georgia Tech 2 3
   Tennessee 3 13
1  Tennessee 7  
4  Austin Peay State 5  
  1  Tennessee 3
  2  Winthrop 2  
3  Wichita State 1
2  Winthrop 2  
  1  Tennessee 12
Knoxville Regional - Lindsey Nelson Stadium
  3  Wichita State 2  
4  Austin Peay State 1  
3  Wichita State 5  
  3  Wichita State 3
  2  Winthrop 2  

*: 10 Innings

Lincoln Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Nebraska 8  
4  Illinois-Chicago 6  
  1  Nebraska 10  
  3  Creighton 8  
3  Creighton 8
2  North Carolina State 3  
  1  Nebraska 10  
Lincoln Regional - Haymarket Park
  3  Creighton 2  
4  Illinois-Chicago 7  
2  North Carolina State 9  
  2  North Carolina State 9
  3  Creighton 11  
  3  Nebraska 3 6
   Miami 1 3
1  Miami 6  
4  Va. Commonwealth 2  
  1  Miami 4
  2  Mississippi State 1  
3  Florida Atlantic 2
2  Mississippi State 11  
  1  Miami 10
Coral Gables Regional - Mark Light Field
  2  Mississippi State 4  
4  Va. Commonwealth 1  
3  Florida Atlantic 3  
  3  Florida Atlantic 4
  2  Mississippi State 8  

Waco Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Baylor 8  
4  Texas-San Antonio 3  
  1  Baylor 8  
  2  TCU 3  
3  Stanford 1
2  TCU 5  
  1  Baylor 4  
Waco Regional - Baylor Ballpark
  3  Stanford 3  
4  Texas-San Antonio 2  
3  Stanford 6  
  3  Stanford 12
  2  TCU 4  
  4  Baylor 2 7 6
   Clemson 4 1 1
1  Clemson 12  
4  North Carolina A&T 2  
  1  Clemson 6
  2  Coll. of Charleston 0  
3  Oral Roberts 2
2  Coll. of Charleston 5  
  1  Clemson 8
Clemson Regional - Doug Kingsmore Stadium
  3  Oral Roberts 3  
4  North Carolina A&T 3  
3  Oral Roberts 6  
  3  Oral Roberts 6
  2  Coll. of Charleston 0  

Oxford Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Mississippi 5  
4  Maine 0  
  1  Mississippi 7  
  3  Oklahoma 3  
3  Oklahoma 5
2  Southern Miss 4  
  1  Mississippi 20  
Oxford Regional - Swayze Field
  3  Oklahoma 5  
4  Maine 12  
2  Southern Miss 2  
  4  Maine 10
  3  Oklahoma 11  
  5  Mississippi 6 1 4
   Texas 4 3 6
1  Texas 20  
4  Quinnipiac 2  
  1  Texas 2
  2  Arkansas 9  
3  Miami (OH) 5
2  Arkansas 9  
  2  Arkansas 8 2
Austin Regional - Disch-Falk Field
  1  Texas 19 5  
4  Quinnipiac 8  
3  Miami (OH) 35  
  3  Miami (OH) 5
  1  Texas 12  

Fullerton Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Cal State Fullerton 19  
4  Harvard 5  
  1  Cal State Fullerton 5  
  2  Arizona 6  
3  Missouri 3
2  Arizona 5  
  2  Arizona 2 3  
Fullerton Regional - Goodwin Field
  1  Cal State Fullerton 7 6  
4  Harvard 6  
3  Missouri 14  
  3  Missouri 6
  1  Cal State Fullerton 8  
  6  Cal State Fullerton 3 2 8
   Arizona State 2 6 9
1  Coastal Carolina 12  
4  UNLV 8  
  1  Coastal Carolina 3
  2  Arizona State 11  
3  East Carolina 6
2  Arizona State 9  
  2  Arizona State 9
Tempe Regional - Packard Stadium
  1  Coastal Carolina 5  
4  UNLV 5  
3  East Carolina 3  
  4  UNLV 10
  1  Coastal Carolina 14  

Gainesville Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Florida 8  
4  Stetson 3  
  1  Florida 5  
  2  North Carolina 2  
3  Notre Dame 1
2  North Carolina 5  
  1  Florida 23  
Gainesville Regional - McKethan Stadium
  3  Notre Dame 3  
4  Stetson 4  
3  Notre Dame 7  
  3  Notre Dame 3
  2  North Carolina 0  
  7  Florida 8 8
   Florida State 1 5
1  Florida State 3  
4  Army 2  
  1  Florida State 4
  2  Auburn 3  
3  South Alabama 5
2  Auburn 13  
  1  Florida State 10
Tallahassee Regional - Dick Howser Stadium
  2  Auburn 4  
4  Army 8  
3  South Alabama 5  
  4  Army 3
  2  Auburn 12  

Corvallis Super Regional[edit]

  First round Second round Regional Finals Super Regionals
                                           
1  Oregon State 4  
4  Ohio State 3  
  1  Oregon State 11  
  3  St. John's 1  
3  St. John's 5
2  Virginia 3  
  1  Oregon State 19  
Corvallis Regional - Goss Stadium
  3  St. John's 3  
4  Ohio State 2  
2  Virginia 1  
  4  Ohio State 1
  3  St. John's 11  
  8  Oregon State 10 8 10
   USC 4 9 8
1  Long Beach State 11  
4  Rhode Island 2  
  1  Long Beach State 4
  2  USC 6  
3  Pepperdine 3
2  USC 7  
  2  USC 2 5
Long Beach Regional - Blair Field
  3  Pepperdine 9 2  
4  Rhode Island 1  
3  Pepperdine 2  
  3  Pepperdine 6
  1  Long Beach State 3  

College World Series[edit]

Participants[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
Tulane C-USA 55 - 10 (24 - 6) Rick Jones 2
(last: 2001)
5th
(2001)
1 - 2
Tennessee SEC 43 - 19 (18 - 11) Rod Delmonico 2
(last: 2001)
2nd
(1951)
8 - 6
Nebraska Big 12 56 - 13 (19 - 8) Mike Anderson 2
(last: 2002)
7th
(2001, 2002)
0 - 4
Baylor Big 12 44 - 22 (19 - 8) Steve Smith 2
(last: 1978)
7th
(1977, 1978)
0 - 4
Texas Big 12 51 - 16 (16 - 10) Augie Garrido 31
(last: 2004)
1st
(1949, 1950, 1975, 1983, 2002)
73 - 53
Arizona State Pac-10 39 - 23 (15 - 9) Pat Murphy 18
(last: 1998)
1st
(1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981)
55 - 30
Florida SEC 45 - 20 (20 - 10) Pat McMahon 4
(last: 1998)
3rd
(1991, 1996)
5 - 8
Oregon State Pac-10 46 - 10 (19 - 5) Pat Casey 1
(last: 1952)
7th
(1952)
0 - 2

Bracket[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
 Tennessee 4  
7  Florida 6  
  7  Florida 7  
  3  Nebraska 4  
 Arizona State 3
3  Nebraska 5  
  7  Florida 1 6  
   Arizona State 6 3  
 Tennessee 2  
 Arizona State 4  
   Arizona State 8
  3  Nebraska 7  
  7  Florida 2 2
   Texas 4 6
8  Oregon State 1  
1  Tulane 3  
  1  Tulane 0
   Texas 5  
 Texas 5
4  Baylor 1  
   Texas 4
  4  Baylor 3  
8  Oregon State 3  
4  Baylor 4  
  4  Baylor 8
  1  Tulane 7  

Championship Series[edit]

Saturday 6/25 Game #1[edit]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 2
Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 3
W: Adrian Alaniz L: Stephen Locke S: J. Brent Cox
Att: 25,958

Sunday 6/26 Game #2[edit]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 6 1
Texas 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 X 6 10 0
W: Kyle McCulloch L: Bryan Ball
Notes: Texas wins sixth CWS title Att: 19,836

All Tournament Team[edit]

Position Name Team
Catcher Taylor Teagarden Texas
First base Jeff Larish Arizona State
Second base Joey Hooft Arizona State
Third base Alex Gordon Nebraska
Shortstop Seth Johnston Texas
Outfield Colin Curtis Arizona State
Travis Buck Arizona State
Andy Gerch Nebraska
DH Will Crouch Texas
Pitcher Kyle McCulloch Texas
J. B. Cox Texas
Most Outstanding
Player
David Maroul Texas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2005 NCAA Regional Participants". D1Baseball.com. Archived from the original on 2012-06-19. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records 1947-2008". NCAA. Retrieved 2009-01-20.