2019 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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2019 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season2019
Teams64
Finals site
TelevisionESPN

The 2019 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament began on May 31, 2019 as part of 2019 NCAA Division I baseball season. The 64-team, double-elimination tournament will conclude with the 2019 College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska which started on June 15 and will end on June 26.[1]

Bids[edit]

Automatic bids[edit]

School Conference Record (Conf) Berth Last NCAA Appearance
Stony Brook America East 31–21 (15–9) Tournament 2015 (Fort Worth Regional)
Cincinnati American 30–29 (13–11) Tournament 1974 (Minneapolis District)
North Carolina ACC 42–17 (17–13) Tournament 2018 (College World Series)
Liberty Atlantic Sun 42–19 (15–9) Tournament 2014 (Charlottesville Regional)
Fordham Atlantic 10 38–22 (15–9) Tournament 1998 (East Regional)
Creighton Big East 38–11 (13–4) Tournament 2012 (Los Angeles Regional)
Campbell Big South 35–19 (19–7) Tournament 2018 (Athens Regional)
Ohio State Big Ten 35–25 (12–12) Tournament 2018 (Greenville Regional)
Oklahoma State Big 12 36–18 (14–9) Tournament 2018 (DeLand Regional)
UC Santa Barbara Big West 45–9 (19–5) Regular Season 2016 (College World Series)
UNC Wilmington Colonial 32–29 (12–12) Tournament 2018 (Greenville Regional)
Southern Miss Conference USA 38–19 (21–10) Tournament 2018 (Fayetteville Regional)
UIC Horizon 29–21 (18–11) Tournament 2017 (Hattiesburg Regional)
Harvard Ivy League 27–14 (14–7) Championship Series 2005 (Fullerton Regional)
Quinnipiac MAAC 29–27 (17–7) Tournament 2005 (Austin Regional)
Central Michigan Mid-American 46–12 (22–5) Tournament 1995 (South Regional)
Florida A&M Mid-Eastern 27–32 (14–10) Tournament 2015 (Gainesville Regional)
Indiana State Missouri Valley 41–16 (13–8) Tournament 2014 (Bloomington Regional)
Fresno State Mountain West 38–14–1 (21–8–1) Tournament 2012 (Palo Alto Regional)
Central Connecticut Northeast 30–21 (16–8) Tournament 2017 (Fort Worth Regional)
Jacksonville State Ohio Valley 37–21 (22–8) Tournament 2014 (Oxford Regional)
UCLA Pac-12 47–8 (24–5) Regular Season 2018 (Minneapolis Regional)
Army Patriot 35–24 (15–10) Tournament 2018 (Raleigh Regional)
Vanderbilt Southeastern 49–10 (23–7) Tournament 2018 (Nashville Super Regional)
Mercer SoCon 35–27 (14–10) Tournament 2015 (Tallahassee Regional)
McNeese State Southland 35–24 (16–14) Tournament 2003 (Houston Regional)
Southern Southwestern Athletic 32–22 (18–6) Tournament 2009 (Baton Rouge Regional)
Omaha Summit 30–22–1 (21–11) Tournament First Appearance
Coastal Carolina Sun Belt 35–24–1 (16–13) Tournament 2018 (Conway Regional)
Loyola Marymount West Coast 32–23 (15–12) Tournament 2000 (Fullerton Regional)
Sacramento State Western Athletic 39–23 (18–9) Tournament 2017 (Palo Alto Regional)

At–large[edit]

Team Conference Record Conf. Record
Arizona State Pac-12 37–17 16–13
Arkansas SEC 41–17 20–10
Auburn SEC 33–25 14–16
Baylor Big 12 34–17 14–8
California Pac-12 32–18 17–11
Clemson ACC 34–24 15–15
UConn American 36–23 12–12
Dallas Baptist MVC 41–18 14–7
Duke ACC 31–25 15–15
East Carolina American 43–15 20–4
Florida Atlantic C-USA 40–19 22–8
Florida SEC 33–24 13–17
Florida State ACC 36–21 17–13
Georgia SEC 44–15 21–9
Georgia Tech ACC 41–17 19–11
Illinois Big Ten 36–19 15–9
Illinois State MVC 34–24 14–7
Indiana Big Ten 36–21 17–7
Louisville ACC 43–15 21–9
LSU SEC 37–24 17–13
Miami (FL) ACC 39–18 18–12
Michigan Big Ten 41–18 16–7
Mississippi State SEC 46–13 20–10
NC State ACC 42–17 18–12
Nebraska Big Ten 31–22 15–9
Ole Miss SEC 37–25 16–14
Oregon State Pac-12 36–18–1 21–8
Stanford Pac-12 41–11 22–7
TCU Big 12 32–26 11–13
Tennessee SEC 38–19 14–16
Texas A&M SEC 37–21–1 16–13–1
Texas Tech Big 12 39–17 16–8
West Virginia Big 12 37–20 13–11

By Conference[edit]

Conference Total Schools
SEC 10 Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
ACC 8 Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami (FL), NC State, North Carolina
Big Ten 5 Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State
Big 12 5 Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech, West Virginia
Pac-12 5 Arizona State, California, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA
American 3 Cincinnati, UConn, East Carolina
Missouri Valley 3 Dallas Baptist, Illinois State, Indiana State
Conference USA 2 Florida Atlantic, Southern Miss
America East 1 Stony Brook
Atlantic Sun 1 Liberty
Atlantic 10 1 Fordham
Big East 1 Creighton
Big South 1 Campbell
Big West 1 UC Santa Barbara
Colonial 1 UNC Wilmington
Horizon 1 UIC
Ivy 1 Harvard
MAAC 1 Quinnipiac
Mid-American 1 Central Michigan
Mid-Eastern 1 Florida A&M
Mountain West 1 Fresno State
Northeast 1 Central Connecticut
Ohio Valley 1 Jacksonville State
Patriot 1 Army
SoCon 1 Mercer
Southland 1 McNeese State
Southwestern 1 Southern
Sun Belt 1 Coastal Carolina
Summit 1 Omaha
WAC 1 Sacramento State
West Coast 1 Loyola Marymount

National seeds[edit]

The sixteen national seeds, which hosted the regionals, were announced on the Selection Show on May 27, 2019 at 12 p.m. EDT on ESPNU. Teams in italics advanced to the Super Regionals. Teams in bold advanced to the College World Series.

Regionals and Super Regionals[edit]

Bold indicates winner. Seeds for regional tournaments indicate seeds within regional. Seeds for super regional tournaments indicate national seeds only.

Los Angeles Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 UCLA 5  
4 Omaha 2  
  1 UCLA 2  
  3 Loyola Marymount 3  
3 Loyola Marymount 3
2 Baylor 1  
  3 Loyola Marymount 1 3  
Los Angeles Regional – Jackie Robinson Stadium
  1 UCLA 6 6  
2 Baylor 24  
4 Omaha 6  
  2 Baylor 6
  1 UCLA 11  
  1 UCLA 2 5 2
  Michigan 3 412 4
1 Oregon State 6  
4 Cincinnati 7  
  4 Cincinnati 4
  3 Michigan 10  
3 Michigan 6
2 Creighton 0  
  3 Michigan 7 17
Corvallis Regional – Goss Stadium at Coleman Field
  2 Creighton 11 6  
1 Oregon State 1  
2 Creighton 4  
  2 Creighton 6
  4 Cincinnati 1  

Lubbock Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Texas Tech 11  
4 Army 2  
  1 Texas Tech 3  
  2 Dallas Baptist 2  
3 Florida 8
2 Dallas Baptist 11  
  1 Texas Tech 3  
Lubbock Regional – Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park
  2 Dallas Baptist 0  
4 Army 5  
3 Florida 13  
  3 Florida 8
  2 Dallas Baptist 9  
  8 Texas Tech 8 5 8
  9 Oklahoma State 6 6 6
1 Oklahoma State 2  
4 Harvard 0  
  1 Oklahoma State 6
  3 Nebraska 5  
3 Nebraska 8
2 UConn 5  
  1 Oklahoma State 2 3
Oklahoma City Regional – Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
  2 UConn 5 1  
4 Harvard 2  
2 UConn 10  
  2 UConn 16
  3 Nebraska 1  

Due to flooding in the Stillwater area, including their home field Allie P. Reynolds Stadium, Oklahoma State hosted their regional at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.[2]

Fayetteville Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Arkansas 11  
4 Central Connecticut 5  
  1 Arkansas 3  
  3 TCU 1  
3 TCU 13
2 California 2  
  1 Arkansas 6  
Fayetteville Regional – Baum–Walker Stadium
  3 TCU 0  
4 Central Connecticut 7  
2 California 4  
  4 Central Connecticut 5
  3 TCU 9  
  5 Arkansas 11 5 14
  12 Ole Miss 2 13 1
1 Ole Miss 16  
4 Jacksonville State 2  
  1 Ole Miss 6
  3 Clemson 1  
3 Clemson 8
2 Illinois 4  
  1 Ole Miss 19
Oxford Regional – Swayze Field
  4 Jacksonville State 4  
4 Jacksonville State 7  
2 Illinois 5  
  4 Jacksonville State 9
  3 Clemson 2  

Baton Rouge Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Georgia 13  
4 Mercer 3  
  1 Georgia 3  
  3 Florida State 12  
3 Florida State 13
2 Florida Atlantic 7  
  3 Florida State 10  
Athens Regional – Foley Field
  1 Georgia 1  
4 Mercer 6  
2 Florida Atlantic 10  
  2 Florida Atlantic 0
  1 Georgia 13  
  Florida State 6 5
  13 LSU 4 412
1 LSU 17  
4 Stony Brook 3  
  1 LSU 8
  3 Southern Miss 4  
3 Southern Miss 15
2 Arizona State 3  
  1 LSU 6
Baton Rouge Regional – Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field
  3 Southern Miss 4  
4 Stony Brook 5  
2 Arizona State 13  
  2 Arizona State 12
  3 Southern Miss 13  

Chapel Hill Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Georgia Tech 13  
4 Florida A&M 2  
  1 Georgia Tech 5  
  2 Auburn 6  
3 Coastal Carolina 7
2 Auburn 16  
  2 Auburn 4  
Atlanta Regional – Russ Chandler Stadium
  1 Georgia Tech 1  
4 Florida A&M 4  
3 Coastal Carolina 9  
  3 Coastal Carolina 8
  1 Georgia Tech 10  
  Auburn 11 0 14
  14 North Carolina 7 2 7
1 North Carolina 7  
4 UNC Wilmington 6  
  1 North Carolina 16
  3 Liberty 1  
3 Liberty 6
2 Tennessee 1  
  1 North Carolina 5
Chapel Hill Regional – Boshamer Stadium
  2 Tennessee 2  
4 UNC Wilmington 3  
2 Tennessee 10  
  2 Tennessee 6
  3 Liberty 510  

Starkville Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Mississippi State 11  
4 Southern 6  
  1 Mississippi State 7  
  3 Central Michigan 2  
3 Central Michigan 6
2 Miami (FL) 5  
  1 Mississippi State 5  
Starkville Regional – Dudy Noble Field
  2 Miami (FL) 2  
4 Southern 2  
2 Miami (FL) 12  
  2 Miami (FL) 18
  3 Central Michigan 3  
  6 Mississippi State 6 8
  11 Stanford 2 1
1 Stanford 11  
4 Sacramento State 0  
  1 Stanford 2
  3 Fresno State 7  
3 Fresno State 9
2 UC Santa Barbara 2  
  3 Fresno State 6 7
Stanford Regional – Klein Field at Sunken Diamond
  1 Stanford 8 9  
4 Sacramento State 6  
2 UC Santa Barbara 4  
  4 Sacramento State 3
  1 Stanford 12  

Louisville Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Louisville 5  
4 UIC 3  
  1 Louisville 2  
  3 Illinois State 4  
3 Illinois State 8
2 Indiana 7  
  3 Illinois State 2 3  
Louisville Regional – Jim Patterson Stadium
  1 Louisville 11 4  
4 UIC 5  
2 Indiana 9  
  2 Indiana 7
  1 Louisville 9  
  7 Louisville 14 12
  10 East Carolina 1 0
1 East Carolina 4  
4 Quinnipiac 5  
  4 Quinnipiac 8
  3 Campbell 9  
3 Campbell 5
2 NC State 4  
  3 Campbell 3 3
Greenville Regional – Clark–LeClair Stadium
  1 East Carolina 10 12  
1 East Carolina 9  
2 NC State 2  
  1 East Carolina 13
  4 Quinnipiac 3  

Nashville Super Regional[edit]

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Vanderbilt 8  
4 Ohio State 2  
  1 Vanderbilt 8  
  2 Indiana State 5  
3 McNeese State 5
2 Indiana State 6  
  1 Vanderbilt 12  
Nashville Regional – Hawkins Field
  2 Indiana State 1  
4 Ohio State 9  
3 McNeese State 813  
  4 Ohio State 5
  2 Indiana State 10  
  2 Vanderbilt 5 3 13
  Duke 18 0 2
1 West Virginia 6  
4 Fordham 2  
  1 West Virginia 0
  3 Duke 4  
3 Duke 8
2 Texas A&M 5  
  3 Duke 4
Morgantown Regional – Monongalia County Ballpark
  2 Texas A&M 1  
4 Fordham 2  
2 Texas A&M 11  
  2 Texas A&M 11
  1 West Virginia 10  

College World Series[edit]

The College World Series will be held at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska.

Participants[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach Previous CWS Appearances Best CWS Finish CWS Record
Not including this year
Arkansas SEC 46–18 (20–10) Dave Van Horn 9
(last: 2018)
2nd
(1979, 2018)
15–18
Auburn SEC 38–26 (14–16) Butch Thompson 4
(last: 1997)
4th
(1967)
3–8
Florida State ACC 41–21 (17–13) Mike Martin 22
(last: 2017)
2nd
(1970, 1986, 1999)
29–44
Louisville ACC 49–16 (21–9) Dan McDonnell 4
(last: 2017)
5th
(2007, 2017)
2–8
Michigan Big Ten 46–20 (16–7) Erik Bakich 7
(last: 1984)
1st
(1953, 1962)
12–12
Mississippi State SEC 51–13 (20–10) Chris Lemonis 10
(last: 2018)
2nd
(2013)
12–20
Texas Tech Big 12 44–18 (16–8) Tim Tadlock 3
(last: 2018)
5th
(2016, 2018)
2–6
Vanderbilt SEC 54–11 (23–7) Tim Corbin 3
(last: 2015)
1st
(2014)
11–6

Bracket[edit]

Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only

  First Round Second Round Semifinals Championship
                                           
Michigan 5  
8 Texas Tech 3  
  Michigan 2  
  Florida State 0  
5 Arkansas 0
Florida State 1  
  Michigan  
   
8 Texas Tech 5  
5 Arkansas 4  
  8 Texas Tech
  Florida State  
 
 
Auburn 4  
6 Mississippi State 5  
  6 Mississippi State
  2 Vanderbilt  
7 Louisville 1
2 Vanderbilt 3  
 
   
7 Louisville  
Auburn  
 
   

Game results[edit]

Date Game Winning team Score Losing team Winning pitcher Losing pitcher Save Notes
June 15 Game 1 Michigan 5–3 Texas Tech Karl Kauffmann (11–6) Micah Dallas (7–1) Jeff Criswell (2)
Game 2 Florida State 1–0 Arkansas Drew Parrish (9–5) Cody Scroggins (3–1) J.C. Flowers (13)
June 16 Game 3 Vanderbilt 3–1 Louisville Drake Fellows (13–1) Bryan Hoeing (3–4) Tyler Brown (15)
Game 4 Mississippi State 5–4 Auburn Cole Gordon (5–0) Tanner Burns (4–4)
June 17 Game 5 Texas Tech 5–4 Arkansas John McMillon (4–3) Cody Scroggins (3–2) Taylor Floyd (4) Arkansas eliminated
Game 6 Michigan 2–0 Florida State Tommy Henry (11–5) CJ Van Eyk (10–4)
June 18 Game 7 1PM Louisville vs. Auburn, Loser eliminated
Game 8 6PM Vanderbilt vs. Mississippi State
June 19 Game 9 6PM Texas Tech vs. Florida State, Loser eliminated
June 20 Game 10 6PM Winner Game 7 vs. Loser Game 8, Loser eliminated
June 21 Game 11 1PM Michigan vs. Winner Game 9
Game 12 6PM Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 10
June 22 Game 13 1PM If necessary
Game 14 6PM If necessary
Finals
June 24 Game 1 6PM
June 25 Game 2 6PM
June 26 Game 3 6PM If necessary

Times listed are CDT

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were members of the College World Series All-Tournament Team.

Final standings[edit]

Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only

Place School Record
1st
2nd
3rd
5th
7th
No. 5 Arkansas 5–3
9th Duke 4–2
No. 10 East Carolina 4–3
No. 13 LSU 3–2
No. 14 North Carolina 4–2
No. 9 Oklahoma State 4–3
No. 12 Ole Miss 4–2
No. 11 Stanford 4–3
No. 1 UCLA 5–3
17th Campbell 2–2
Creighton 3–2
Dallas Baptist 2–2
Fresno State 2–2
No. 4 Georgia 2–2
No. 3 Georgia Tech 2–2
Illinois State 2–2
Indiana State 2–2
Jacksonville State 2–2
Loyola Marymount 2–2
Miami 2–2
Southern Miss 2–2
TCU 2–2
Tennessee 2–2
Texas A&M 2–2
UConn 3–2
33rd Arizona State 1–2
Baylor 1–2
Central Connecticut State 1–2
Central Michigan 1–2
Cincinnati 1–2
Clemson 1–2
Coastal Carolina 1–2
Florida 1–2
Florida Atlantic 1–2
Indiana 1–2
Liberty 1–2
Nebraska 1–2
Ohio State 1–2
Quinnipiac 1–2
Sacramento State 1–2
No. 15 West Virginia 1–2
49th Army 0–2
California 0–2
Florida A&M 0–2
Fordham 0–2
Harvard 0–2
Illinois 0–2
McNeese State 0–2
Mercer 0–2
NC State 0–2
Omaha 0–2
No. 16 Oregon State 0–2
Southern 0–2
Stony Brook 0–2
UC Santa Barbara 0–2
UIC 0–2
UNC Wilmington 0–2

Record by conference[edit]

Conference # of Bids Record Win % Nc Record Nc Win % RF SR WS NS CS NC
SEC 10 36–18 .667 32–14 .696 9 6 4
ACC 8 25–15 .625 25–15 .625 6 4 2
Big 12 5 14–11 .560 11–8 .579 3 2 1
Big Ten 5 10–10 .500 10–10 .500 1 1 1 1
Pac-12 5 10–12 .455 10–12 .455 2 2
American 3 8–7 .533 8–7 .533 2 1
Missouri Valley 3 6–6 .500 6–6 .500 3
Conference USA 2 3–4 .429 3–4 .429 1
Big East 1 3–2 .600 3–2 .600 1
Big South 1 2–2 .500 2–2 .500 1
Mountain West 1 2–2 .500 2–2 .500 1
Ohio Valley 1 2–2 .500 2–2 .500 1
West Coast 1 2–2 .500 2–2 .500 1
Other 18 6–36 .143 6–36 .143

The columns RF, SR, WS, NS, CS, and NC respectively stand for the Regional Finals, Super Regionals, College World Series Teams, National Semifinals, Championship Series, and National Champion.

Nc is non–conference records, i.e., with the records of teams within the same conference having played each other removed.

Media coverage[edit]

Radio[edit]

NRG Media will provide nationwide radio coverage of the College World Series through it's Omaha Station KOZN, in association with Westwood One. It will also stream all CWS games at westwoodonesports.com on Tunein, and on SiriusXM. Kevin Kugler and John Bishop will call games leading up to the Championship Series with Gary Sharp acting as the field reporter. The Championship Series will be called by Kugler and Scott Graham with Bishop acting as the field reporter.

After Kugler lost his voice after the June 16 games, Westwood One brought in Jeff Leise to join Bishop and Sharp on the June 17 games.

Television[edit]

ESPN will carry every game from the Regionals, Super Regionals, and the College World Series across its networks. During the Regionals and Super Regionals, ESPN offered a dedicated channel, ESPN Bases Loaded (carried in the same channel allotments as its "Goal Line" services for football), which carried live look-ins and analyses across the games in progress.

Broadcast assignments[edit]

Regionals[3][edit]
Super Regionals[4][edit]
College World Series[5][edit]
CWS Championship Series[5][edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ . September 21, 2018 http://www.ncaa.com/tickets/baseball. Retrieved September 21, 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "Cowboy Baseball Set To Host NCAA Oklahoma City Regional". Oklahoma State Athletics. Retrieved May 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "ESPN Swings into the Postseason with 2019 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship". ESPN Press Room. Retrieved May 30, 2019.
  4. ^ "Stacked Weekend on Deck with 2019 NCAA Division I Baseball Super Regionals Slated for ESPN". ESPN Press Room. Retrieved 2019-06-06.
  5. ^ a b "ESPN Steps Up to the Plate to Showcase Every Moment from the 2019 NCAA College World Series". ESPN Press Room. Retrieved June 13, 2019.