2007 West Coast Conference Baseball Championship Series

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2007 West Coast Conference
Baseball Tournament
Teams4
FormatDouble-elimination
Finals site
ChampionsSan Diego (3rd title)
Winning coachRich Hill (3rd title)
MVPPlayer: Justin Snyder (San Diego)
Pitcher: Matt Couch (San Diego)
2007 West Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 16 San Diego  ‍y 18 3   .857     43 18   .705
Gonzaga  ‍‍‍ 15 6   .714     33 25   .569
Pepperdine  ‍‍‍y 14 7   .667     35 22   .614
San Francisco  ‍‍‍ 9 12   .429     27 28   .491
Santa Clara  ‍‍‍ 9 12   .429     27 29   .482
Loyola Marymount  ‍‍‍ 9 12   .429     22 33   .400
Portland  ‍‍‍ 7 14   .333     21 30   .412
Saint Mary's  ‍‍‍ 3 18   .143     21 29   .420
† – Conference champion
‡ – Championship Series champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2007[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 2007 West Coast Conference Baseball Championship Series was held on May 25 through 27, 2007[2] at San Diego's home stadium, John Cunningham Stadium in San Diego, California, and pitted the top two finishers from the WCC regular season. The event determined the champion of the West Coast Conference for the 2007 NCAA Division I baseball season. San Diego won the series two games to one over Gonzaga and earned the league's automatic bid to the 2007 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.[3]

Seeding[edit]

Team W–L Pct GB
San Diego 18–3 .857
Gonzaga 15–6 .714 3
Pepperdine 14–7 .667 4
San Francisco 9–12 .429 9
Santa Clara 9–12 .429 9
Loyola Marymount 9–12 .429 9
Portland 7–14 .333 11
Saint Mary's 3–18 .143 15

Results[edit]

Game One

May 25, 2007
Team R
Gonzaga 6
San Diego 4

Game Two

May 26, 2007
Team R
San Diego 11
Gonzaga 0

Game Three

May 27, 2007
Team R
Gonzaga 4
San Diego 9

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Baseball Record Book" (PDF). West Coast Conference. p. 22. Retrieved November 4, 2017.
  2. ^ 2017 Baseball Record Book (PDF). Gonzaga Bulldogs. p. 22. Retrieved November 4, 2017.
  3. ^ "Baseball Record Book" (PDF). West Coast Conference. p. 26. Retrieved November 4, 2017.