Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament

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Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament
Conference Baseball Championship
Atlantic 10 Conference logo.svg
Sport Baseball
Conference Atlantic 10 Conference
Number of teams 7
Format Double-elimination
Current stadium Billiken Sports Center
Current location St. Louis, MO
Played 1979–present
Last contest 2018
Current champion Saint Louis
Most championships Rutgers (6)
Official website Atlantic10.com baseball
Host stadiums
Billiken Sports Center (2014, 2017)
Houlihan Park (2006, 2012, 2016)
Barcroft Park (2015)
Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium (2013)
Campbell's Field (2008, 2010–11)
Fifth Third Field (2005, 2007, 2009)
Dodd Memorial Stadium (2002–04)
Cracker Jack Stadium (2001)
Bear Stadium (1987–97, 1999–2000)
Veterans Stadium (1998)
Rutgers University (1982, 1986)
Hawley Field (1985)
Erny Field (1984)
Beaver Field (1983)
George Mason University (1981)
The Ellipse (1980)
Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School (1979)
Host locations
St. Louis, MO (2014, 2017)
Bronx, NY (2006, 2012, 2016)
Arlington, VA (2015)
Charlotte, NC (2013)
Camden, NJ (2008, 2010–11)
Dayton, Ohio (2005, 2007, 2009)
Norwich, CT (2002–04)
Lake Buena Vista, FL (2001)
Boyertown, PA (1987–97, 1999–2000)
Philadelphia, PA (1984, 1998)
Piscataway, NJ (1982, 1986)
Morgantown, WV (1985)
State College, PA (1983)
Fairfax, VA (1981)
Washington, D.C. (1980)
Hershey, PA (1979)

The Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament, sometimes referred to simply as the A-10 Tournament, is the conference baseball championship of the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. The top seven finishers in the regular season of the conference's twelve teams advance to the double-elimination tournament, which in 2017 will be played at Billiken Sports Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The winner of the tournament receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.[1]

Champions[edit]

By year[edit]

The following is a list of conference champions and sites listed by year.[2]

Year Program Site Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Pitcher
1979 George Washington Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School • Hershey, PA
Not named
1980 UMass The EllipseWashington, DC
Not named
1981 Rutgers George Mason University • Fairfax, VA
Not named
1982 West Virginia Rutgers University • Piscataway, NJ Jeff Wilson, West Virginia
Not named
1983 Temple Beaver Field • State College, PA
Not named
1984 Temple Erny Field[3]Philadelphia, PA
Not named
1985 West Virginia Hawley FieldMorgantown, WV Bob Bernardo, West Virginia Harry Daut, Temple
1986 Rutgers Rutgers University • Piscataway, NJ Sam Ferretti, Rutgers Ken Smith, West Virginia
1987 West Virginia Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Jon Snyzal, West Virginia Dave Perry, West Virginia
1988 Rutgers Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Drew Comeau, UMass Darrin Winston, Rutgers
1989 George Washington Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Mike Palys, Temple
Frank Terry, George Washington
Mike Rolfes, George Washington
1990 Rutgers Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Paul Prosser, Rutgers Steve Hoppel, Temple
1991 Rutgers Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Jason Imperial, Rutgers Dave Hoehler, Rutgers
1992 George Washington Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Bill Reep, West Virginia Matt Aminoff, George Washington
1993 Rutgers Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Doug Alongi, Rutgers Steve Hoppel, Temple
1994 West Virginia Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Mark Landers, West Virginia Ryan Williams, West Virginia
1995 UMass Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Nelson Ubaldo, UMass Andy Steinorth, St. Bonaventure
1996 UMass Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Nate Murphy, UMass
Not named
1997 Virginia Tech Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Barry Gauch, Virginia Tech
Not named
1998 Fordham Veterans Stadium • Philadelphia, PA Tom Stein, Fordham
Not named
1999 Virginia Tech Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Larry Bowles, Virginia Tech
Not named
2000 Virginia Tech Bear Stadium • Boyertown, PA Addison Bowman, Virginia Tech
Not named
2001 Temple Cracker Jack StadiumLake Buena Vista, FL Kyle Sweppenheiser, Temple
Not named
2002 George Washington Dodd Memorial StadiumNorwich, CT Mike Bassett, George Washington
Not named
2003 Richmond Dodd Memorial Stadium • Norwich, CT Vito Chairavalloti, Richmond
Not named
2004 St. Bonaventure Dodd Memorial Stadium • Norwich, CT Brian Pellegrini, St. Bonaventure
Not named
2005 Rhode Island Fifth Third FieldDayton, OH Wayne Russo, Rhode Island
Not named
2006 Saint Louis Jim Houlihan Park at Jack Coffey FieldBronx, NY Ryan Bird, Saint Louis
Not named
2007 Charlotte Fifth Third Field • Dayton, OH Shayne Moody, Charlotte
Not named
2008 Charlotte Campbell's FieldCamden, NJ Rob Lyerly, Charlotte
Not named
2009 Xavier Fifth Third Field • Dayton, OH Billy O'Connor, Xavier
Not named
2010 Saint Louis Campbell's Field • Camden, NJ Bryant Cotton, Saint Louis
Not named
2011 Charlotte Campbell's Field • Camden, NJ Corey Shaylor, Charlotte
Not named
2012 Dayton Jim Houlihan Park at Jack Coffey Field • Bronx, NY Burny Mitchem, Dayton
Not named
2013 Saint Louis Robert and Mariam Hayes StadiumCharlotte, NC Alex Kelly, Saint Louis
Not named
2014 George Mason Billiken Sports CenterSt. Louis, MO Luke Willis, George Mason
Not named
2015 VCU Barcroft Park • Arlington, VA Darian Carpenter, VCU
Not named
2016 Rhode Island Jim Houlihan Park at Jack Coffey Field • Bronx, NY Martin Figueroa, Rhode Island
Not named
2017 Davidson Billiken Sports Center • St. Louis, MO Alec Acosta, Davidson
Durin O'Linger, Davidson
Not named
2018 Saint Louis Tucker Field at Barcroft Park • Arlington, VA Drew Reveno, Saint Louis
Not named

By school[edit]

The following is a list of conference champions listed by school.[2]

Program No. of titles Title years
Rutgers 6 1981, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993
George Washington 4 1979, 1989, 1992, 2002
Saint Louis 4 2006, 2010, 2013, 2018
West Virginia 4 1982, 1985, 1987, 1994
Charlotte 3 2007, 2008, 2011
UMass 3 1980, 1995, 1996
Temple 3 1983, 1984, 2001
Virginia Tech 3 1997, 1999, 2000
Rhode Island 2 2005, 2016
Davidson 1 2017
Dayton 1 2012
Fordham 1 1998
George Mason 1 2014
Richmond 1 2003
St. Bonaventure 1 2004
VCU 1 2015
Xavier 1 2009
  • Italics indicate that the program is no longer an Atlantic 10 member.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Atlantic 10 Baseball Championship". Atlantic10.com. Atlantic 10 Conference. Archived from the original on 2012-02-17. Retrieved 17 February 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Baseball Record Book" (PDF). CSTV.com. Atlantic 10 Conference. pp. 1, 12–18. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2012-02-17. 
  3. ^ Murray, Lucas (15 April 2004). "A New Place to Call Home". Temple-News.com. Archived from the original on 2012-02-17. Retrieved 17 February 2012.