Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament
|Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament|
|Conference Baseball Championship|
Mountain West Conference Logo
|Conference||Mountain West Conference|
|Number of teams||6|
|Current stadium||Pete Beiden Field|
|Current location||Fresno, California|
|Most championships||(tie) San Diego State, TCU (4 each)|
|TV partner(s)||CBS College Sports|
|Official website||TheMWC.CSTV.com Baseball|
The Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament is the conference championship tournament in baseball for the Mountain West Conference. The winner of the tournament receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.
The Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament is a six-team double-elimination tournament held annually at various location in the Mountain West Conference region. The winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. The other teams have to hope for an at-large bid.
The Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament began in 2000 as a six team double elimination tournament. It maintained that format through 2005. In 2006, with the addition of TCU, the tournament expanded to include all seven teams. However, in 2007 the format returned to a six team bracket, with the seventh place regular season team left out of the field. In 2012, with only five teams in the league, the tournament consisted of a four team double elimination tournament. For 2013, with six teams again competing in the conference, the format will return to a six team bracket, with all teams participating.
Beginning with the 2013 season, the tournament will rotate through all six conference members home stadiums.
|2000||San Diego State||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Redfern, ChadChad Redfern, San Diego State|
|2001||BYU||Tony Gwynn Stadium • San Diego||Fernley, NateNate Fernley, BYU|
|2002||BYU||Larry H. Miller Field • Provo, Utah||Jackson, DougDoug Jackson, BYU|
|2003||UNLV||Isotopes Park • Albuquerque, New Mexico||Dobson, PatrickPatrick Dobson, UNLV|
|2004||UNLV||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Luca, MattMatt Luca, UNLV|
|2005||UNLV||Franklin Covey Field • Salt Lake City||Wagner, MattMatt Wagner, UNLV|
|2006||TCU||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Huffman, ChadChad Huffman, TCU|
|2007||TCU||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Adams, AustinAustin Adams, TCU|
|2008||TCU||Lupton Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas||Arnold, ClintClint Arnold, TCU|
|2009||Utah||Lupton Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas||Yagi, TylerTyler Yagi, Utah|
|2010||TCU||Tony Gwynn Stadium • San Diego||Holaday, BryanBryan Holaday, TCU|
|2011||New Mexico||Tony Gwynn Stadium • San Diego||D. J. Peterson, New Mexico|
|2012||New Mexico||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Melendez, JoshJosh Melendez, New Mexico|
|2013||San Diego State||Pete Beiden Field • Fresno, California||France, TylerTyler France, San Diego State|
|2014||San Diego State||Earl Wilson Stadium • Las Vegas||Haynal, BradBrad Haynal, San Diego State|
|2015||San Diego State||William Peccole Park • Reno, Nevada|
|2016||Santa Ana Star Field • Albuquerque, New Mexico|
|2017||Falcon Baseball Field • Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|2018||San Jose Municipal Stadium • San Jose, California|
|2019||Tony Gwynn Stadium • San Diego|
|School||Tourney titles||Title years|
|San Diego State||4||2000, 2013, 2014, 2015|
|TCU||4||2006, 2007, 2008, 2010|
|UNLV||3||2003, 2004, 2005|
|New Mexico||2||2011, 2012|
- Italics indicate that the program is no longer a Mountain West member.
- "2013 Mountain West Conference Baseball Championship Central". themwc.com. Retrieved December 8, 2013.