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3 NCAA Men s College World Series Records The History of the Men s College World Series, Including Single-Game, Series, Career Records, Championships Game and Championship Series Records, Coaching Records, College World Series Brackets and All-Time District/Regional Results. THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 6222 Indianapolis, Indiana / May 2007 Researched and Compiled By: Gary Johnson, Associate Director of Statistics, Jim Wright, Director of Statistics, David Worlock, former Assistant Director of Statistics and J.D. Hamilton, Assistant Director of Statistics. Editorial Assistance By: Jeff Williams, Assistant Director of Statistics and Kevin Buerge, NCAA Statistics Assistant Additional Information Compiled By: Lou Spry and Larry Gerlach

4 2007 MEN S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES RECORDS BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL RECORDS Format History and Tournament Structure... 7 Championship Results (Top Four Finishers) Profile of National Champions National Champions by Title, Runners-Up, Championship Game Won-Lost Records CWS Team Win, Percentage Leaders Year-By-Year Combined Won-Lost of CWS Field Team Appearance, Win Leaders All-Time CWS Won-Lost Records and Finishes (All Teams) Division I Baseball Championship Team Selections by Conference ( ) All-Time Won-Lost by Conference Year-By-Year Standings National Champion's Team Statistics Year-By-Year CWS Batting Totals Year-By-Year CWS Pitching Totals Year-By-Year CWS Fielding Totals Division I Baseball Statistical Trends ( ) Year-By-Year Individual Batting Leaders Year-By-Year Individual Pitching Leaders Jack Diesing Sr. Most Outstanding Player Award All-Tournament Teams All-Time Teams All-Decade Teams Average Game Times All-Time Extra Inning Games All-Time Extra-Inning Won-Lost Records CWS Games Won In Last At Bat, All-Time One-Run Games Year-By-Year Scoring All Time Grand Slam Home Runs All-Time Shutouts All-Time Low-Hit Games Attendance Records Top NCAA Championship Attendance Top NCAA Championship Gross Receipts CWS Television Ratings Conference Alignments Former CWS Participants on Current MLB Rosters SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Individual Batting Individual Pitching Individual Fielding Team Batting Team Pitching Team Fielding Team Batting - Both Teams Team Pitching - Both Teams Team Fielding - Both Teams Miscellaneous Records SERIES RECORDS Individual Batting Individual Pitching Individual Fielding Team Batting Team Pitching Team Fielding

5 2007 MEN S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES RECORDS BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS CAREER RECORDS Individual Batting Individual Pitching Individual Fielding Miscellaneous Records CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECORDS Individual Batting Individual Pitching Individual Fielding Team Batting Team Pitching Team Fielding Team Batting - Both Teams Team Pitching - Both Teams Team Fielding - Both Teams Miscellaneous Records CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORDS Individual Batting Team Batting Individual Pitching Team Pitching Individual Fielding Team Fielding Team Batting - Both Teams Team Pitching - Both Teams Team Fielding - Both Teams Miscellaneous Records CWS TIDBITS CWS Umpires (Championship Game Only) Last Time At The CWS ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Listed Alphabetically By Team All-Time Coaching Records (Alphabetical) Coaching Leaders By Category DISTRICT/REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL SUMMARY All-Time District/Regional Team Won-Lost Records Year-By-Year District/Regional Results and Seeding Top Eight National Seeds Advancing to the MCWS (since 1999) Year-By-Year Super Regional Records Regional Team Appearance, Win Leaders Year-By-Year Regional/Super Regional Home Field Success Year-By-Year Regional/Super Regional Comparison Regional/Super Regional Rankings by Attendance, Net Receipts Site-By-Site Regional Breakdown ( ) Site-By-Site Super Regional Breakdown ( ) COLLEGE WORLD SERIES BRACKETS , Including Game Dates and Team Won-Lost Records

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7 GENERAL RECORDS

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9 MCWS FORMAT HISTORY 1947 Eight teams were divided into two, four-team, single-elimination playoffs. The two winners then met in a best-of-three final in Kalamazoo, Michigan Similar to 1947, but the two, four-team playoffs were changed to double-elimination tournaments. Again in the finals, the two winners met in a best-of-three format in Kalamazoo The final was expanded to a four team, double-elimination format and the site changed to Wichita, Kansas. Eight teams began the playoffs with the four finalists decided by a best-of-three district format An eight-team, double-elimination format coincided with the move to Omaha in The eight regional champions are seeded into two, four-team brackets. Those two brackets play double-elimination with the bracket winners then meeting in a one-game championship While the CWS format remains the same, the expanded field means the eight super regional champions advance and the 64-team bracket is set at the beginning of the championship and teams are not reseeded for the CWS The eight super regional champions advance into two, four-team brackets. The eight super-regional winners are not reseeded for the CWS. Those two brackets play double-elimination with the bracket winners then meeting in a best twoof-three championship series. TOURNAMENT STRUCTURE Year Size of Field Automatic Berths At-Large Selections Div. I Teams (5)* (5)* (6)* (6)* (6) Year Size of Field Automatic Berths At-Large Selections Div. I Teams *18 or 19 qualify automatically, 10 or 12 take part in a play-in. From 1950 to 1953, the baseball committee chose one team from each of the eight NCAA districts to compete at the CWS.

10 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP THIRD PLACE FOURTH PLACE California 8-7 Yale Two-team championship 1948 Southern California 9-2 Yale Two-team championship Texas 10-3 Wake Forest Southern California St. John s (N.Y.) 1950 #Texas 3-0 Washington St. Rutgers Wisconsin Oklahoma 3-2 Tennessee *Southern California *Utah 1952 Holy Cross 8-4 Missouri *Western Mich. *Penn St Michigan 7-5 Texas Lafayette Boston College 1954 Missouri 4-1 Rollins Michigan St. Oklahoma St Wake Forest 7-6 Western Mich. Oklahoma St. Arizona 1956 Minnesota 12-1 Arizona *Bradley *Mississippi California 1-0 Penn St. *Iowa State *Notre Dame 1958 #Southern California Missouri *Holy Cross *Western Mich Oklahoma St. 5-3 Arizona Fresno St. Penn St Minnesota 2-1** Southern California *Oklahoma St. *Arizona Southern California 1-0 Oklahoma St. *Boston College *Syracuse 1962 Michigan 5-4** Santa Clara Texas Florida St #Southern California 5-2 Arizona *Missouri *Texas 1964 Minnesota 5-1 Missouri Maine Southern California 1965 Arizona St. 2-1 Ohio St. *St. Louis *Washington St Ohio St. 8-2 Oklahoma St. Southern California St. John s (N.Y.) 1967 Arizona St Houston Stanford Auburn Southern California 4-3 Southern Ill. *North Carolina St. *St. John s (N.Y.) 1969 #Arizona St Tulsa New York U. Texas 1970 #Southern California 2-1*** Florida St. Texas Ohio 1971 Southern California 7-2 Southern Ill. Tulsa Tex.-Pan American 1972 Southern California 1-0 Arizona St. *Texas *Temple Southern California 4-3 Arizona St. *Minnesota *Texas 1974 Southern California 7-3 Miami (Fla.) Southern Ill. Texas 1975 Texas 5-1 South Carolina Arizona St. Oklahoma 1976 #Arizona 7-1 Eastern Mich. Arizona St. Maine 1977 Arizona St. 2-1 South Carolina Southern Ill. Cal St. L.A Southern California 10-3 Arizona St. *North Carolina *Miami (Fla.) 1979 #Cal St. Fullerton 2-1 Arkansas Pepperdine Texas 1980 #Arizona 5-3 Hawaii California Miami (Fla.) 1981 Arizona St. 7-4 Oklahoma St. Texas South Carolina Miami (Fla.) 9-3 Wichita St. *Maine *Texas Texas 4-3 Alabama *Arizona St. *Michigan 1984 Cal St. Fullerton 3-1 Texas Oklahoma St. Arizona St Miami (Fla.) 10-6 Texas *Arkansas *Mississippi St Arizona 10-2 Florida St. Miami (Fla.) Oklahoma St Stanford 9-5 Oklahoma St. Texas LSU 1988 Stanford 9-4 Arizona St. *Cal St. Fullerton *Wichita St Wichita St. 5-3 Texas *Florida St. *LSU 1990 Georgia 2-1 Oklahoma St. *Stanford *LSU LSU 6-3 Wichita St. *Creighton *Florida +Undefeated teams in CWS competition. *Tied for third place. #Teams which lost first game innings. **10 innings. *** 15 innings. 8

11 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS YEAR CHAMPION SCORE RUNNER-UP THIRD PLACE FOURTH PLACE Pepperdine 3-2 Cal St. Fullerton *Miami (Fla.) *Oklahoma St LSU 8-0 Wichita St. *Long Beach St. *Oklahoma St Oklahoma 13-5 Georgia Tech *Arizona St. *Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 11-5 Southern California *Miami (Fla.) *Tennessee LSU 9-8 Miami (Fla.) *Clemson *Florida LSU 13-6 Alabama *Miami (Fla.) *Stanford 1998 #Southern California Arizona St. Long Beach St. *LSU Miami (Fla.) 6-5 Florida St. *Alabama *Stanford LSU 6-5 Stanford *Florida St. *La.-Lafayette Miami (Fla.) 12-1 Stanford *Cal St. Fullerton *Tennessee Texas 12-6 South Carolina *Clemson *Stanford 2003 Rice 14-2 Stanford *Texas *Cal St. Fullerton 2004 Cal St. Fullerton 3-2 Texas *South Carolina *Georgia Texas 6-2 Florida *Arizona St. *Baylor 2006 #Oregon St. 3-2 North Carolina *Cal St. Fullerton *Rice +Undefeated teams in CWS competition. *Tied for third place. #Teams which lost first game innings. **10 innings. *** 15 innings 9

12 PROFILE OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Year Champion Conf. Head Coach Regular Season Pct. Regional CWS Finished 1947 California CIBL Clint Evans Southern California CIBL Sam Barry Texas SWC Bib Falk Texas SWC Bib Falk Oklahoma Big 8 Jack Baer Holy Cross Indep. Jack Barry Michigan Big 10 Ray Fisher Missouri Big 8 Hi Simmons Wake Forest ACC Taylor Sanford Minnesota Big 10 Dick Siebert California CIBL George Wolfman Southern California CIBL Rod Dedeaux Oklahoma St. Big 8 Toby Greene Minnesota Big 10 Dick Siebert Southern California CIBL Rod Dedeaux Michigan Big 10 Don Lund Southern California CIBL Rod Dedeaux Minnesota Big 10 Dick Siebert Arizona St. WAC Bob Winkles Ohio St. Big 10 Marty Karow Arizona St. WAC Bob Winkles Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Arizona St. WAC Bob Winkles Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Texas SWC Cliff Gustafson Arizona WAC Jerry Kindall Arizona St. WAC Jim Brock Southern California Pac-10 Rod Dedeaux Cal St. Fullerton SCBA Augie Garrido Arizona Pac-10 Jerry Kindall Arizona St. Pac-10 Jim Brock Miami (Fla.) Indep. Ron Fraser Texas SWC Cliff Gustafson Cal St. Fullerton SCBA Augie Garrido Miami (Fla.) Indep. Fon Fraser Arizona Pac-10 Jerry Kindall Stanford Pac-10 Mark Marquess Stanford Pac-10 Mark Marquess Wichita St. MVC Gene Stephenson NOTE: CIBL was California Intercollegiate Baseball Association. SCBA was Southern California Baseball Association. 10

13 PROFILE OF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Year Champion Conf. Head Coach Regular Season Pct. Reg. Super Regional CWS Finished 1990 Georgia SEC Steve Webber LSU SEC Skip Bertman Pepperdine WCC Andy Lopez LSU SEC Skip Bertman Oklahoma Big 8 Larry Cochell Cal St. Fullerton Big West Augie Garrido LSU SEC Skip Bertman LSU SEC Skip Bertman Southern California Pac-10 Mike Gilespie Miami (Fla.) Indep. Jim Morris LSU SEC Skip Bertman Miami (Fla.) Indep. Jim Morris Texas Big 12 Augie Garrido Rice WAC Wayne Graham Cal St. Fullerton Big West George Horton Texas Big 12 Augie Garrido Oregon St. Pac-10 Pat Casey

14 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (22 Teams) TEAM TITLES (Years Won) Southern California...12 (48,58,61,63,68,70,71,72,73,74,78,98) Texas...6 (49,50,75,83,02,05) Arizona St...5 (65,67,69,77,81) LSU...5 (91,93,96,97,00) Miami (Fla.)...4 (82,85,99,01) Arizona...3 (76,80,86) Cal St. Fullerton...4 (79,84,95,04) Minnesota...3 (56,60,64) California...2 (47,57) Michigan...2 (53,62) Oklahoma...2 (51,94) Stanford...2 (87,88) Georgia...1 (90) Holy Cross...1 (52) Missouri...1 (54) Ohio St...1 (66) Oklahoma St....1 (59) Oregon St...1 (06) Pepperdine...1 (92) Rice...1 (03) Wake Forest...1 (55) Wichita St....1 (89) COLLEGE WORLD SERIES RUNNERS-UP (31 Teams) TEAM TIMES RUNNER-UP TEAM TIMES RUNNER-UP TEAM TIMES RUNNER-UP Arizona St. 5 Southern California 2 North Carolina 1 Oklahoma St. 5 *Southern Ill. 2 Ohio St. 1 Texas 5 *Yale 2 *Penn St. 1 Arizona 3 *Arkansas 1 *Rollins 1 *Florida St. 3 Cal St. Fullerton 1 *Santa Clara 1 Missouri 3 *Eastern Mich. 1 *Tennessee 1 *South Carolina 3 *Florida 1 *Tulsa 1 Stanford 3 *Georgia Tech 1 Wake Forest 1 Wichita St. 3 *Hawaii 1 *Washington St. 1 *Alabama 2 *Houston 1 *Western Mich. 1 Miami (Fla.) 2 *Has Never Won CWS (19) COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECORDS (41 Teams) TEAM RECORD TEAM RECORD TEAM RECORD LSU 5-0 Arizona St. 5-5 North Carolina 0-1 Minnesota 3-0 Arizona 3-3 Penn St. 0-1 California 2-0 Ohio St. 1-1 Rollins 0-1 Michigan 2-0 Wake Forest 1-1 Santa Clara 0-1 Oklahoma 2-0 Stanford 2-3 Tennessee 0-1 Georgia 1-0 Missouri 1-3 Tulsa 0-1 Holy Cross 1-0 Wichita St. 1-3 Washington St. 0-1 Pepperdine 1-0 Oklahoma St. 1-5 Western Mich. 0-1 Rice 1-0 Arkansas 0-1 Alabama 0-2 Oregon St. 1-0 Eastern Mich. 0-1 Southern Ill. 0-2 Southern California 12-2 Florida 0-1 Yale 0-2 Cal St. Fullerton 4-1 Georgia Tech 0-1 Florida St. 0-3 Miami (Fla.) 4-2 Hawaii 0-1 South Carolina 0-3 Texas 6-5 Houston

15 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAM WIN/PERCENTAGE LEADERS MOST WINS ENTERING CWS TEAM YEAR WINS W-L (FINISH) Wichita St (2nd) Wichita St (1st) Wichita St (2nd) Arizona St (3rd) Oklahoma (7th) Texas (1st) Cal St. Fullerton (1st) Arizona St (2nd) Miami (Fla.) (5th) Texas (2nd) Clemson (7th) FEWEST WINS ENTERING CWS TEAM YEAR WINS W-L (FINISH) Boston College (4th) New Hampshire (5th) Connecticut (5th) Holy Cross (7th) Penn St (5th) Boston College (5th) Rutgers (3rd) Massachusetts (5th) Springfield (7th) Notre Dame (3rd) Boston College (5th) HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE ENTERING CWS TEAM YEAR W-L PCT. CWS W-L (FINISH) Penn St (2nd) Ithaca (5th) Oklahoma St (3rd) Oklahoma St (2nd) Connecticut (7th) Tennessee (2nd) Arizona St (2nd) Utah (3rd) Wake Forest (2nd) Texas (3rd) Tulsa (2nd) Northern Colo (5th) South Carolina (2nd) Harvard (7th) Texas (1st) Texas (3rd) Arizona St (2nd) Texas (4th) Texas (4th) Arizona St (5th) LOWEST WINNING PERCENTAGE ENTERING CWS TEAM YEAR W-L PCT. CWS W-L (FINISH) Bradley (7th) Texas (3rd) Wyoming (5th) Seton Hall (7th) California (7th) Ohio St (7th) 13

16 COMBINED WON-LOST RECORD OF COLLEGE WORLD SERIES FIELD (Entering CWS) YEAR WINS LOSSES TIES PCT. (Two Teams) (Four Teams) (Eight Teams) # # * YEAR WINS LOSSES TIES PCT * * # * Eight-team high # Eight-team low 14

17 TEAM APPEARANCE, WIN LEADERS LEADERS BY MCWS APPEARANCES (Through 2006) TEAM APP. Texas 32 Miami (Fla.) 22 Southern California 21 Arizona St. 19 Oklahoma St. 19 Florida St. 18 Arizona 15 Stanford 15 Cal St. Fullerton 14 LSU 13 Clemson 11 Northern Colo. 10 Oklahoma 9 South Carolina 8 Maine 7 Michigan 7 Mississippi St. 7 Wichita St. 7 Missouri 6 St. John s (N.Y.) 6 Western Mich. 6 Alabama 5 Arkansas 5 California 5 Connecticut 5 Florida 5 Minnesota 5 Penn St. 5 Southern Ill. 5 Georgia 5 North Carolina 5 Rice 12 teams have appeared in four CWS 5 teams have appeared in three CWS 18 teams have appeared in two CWS 37 teams have appeared one CWS ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE MEN S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES APPEARANCES (Through 2006) APP. TEAMS YEARS 7 Oklahoma St Northern Colo Miami (Fla.) Southern California Oklahoma Miami (Fla.) Texas Stanford Texas Arizona St Maine Texas MOST MCWS TEAMS FROM ONE STATE 4, California, 1988 (CSUF, California, Fresno St., Stanford) 3, California, 1992 (Cal St. Fullerton, California, Pepperdine) 3, California, 1995 (CSUF, Stanford, Southern California) 3, Florida, 1996 (Florida, Florida St., Miami) 3, Florida, 1998 (Florida, Florida St., Miami) 3, California, 2000 (San Jose St., Stanford, USC) 3, California, 2001 (Cal St. Fullerton, Stanford, USC) MOST MCWS TEAMS FROM ONE CONFERENCE 4, Southeastern, 1997 (Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Miss. St.) 4, Southeastern, 2004 (Arkansas, Georgia, LSU, S. Carolina) 4, ACC, 2006 (Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami, N. Carolina) 3, Pacific-10, 1988 (Arizona St., California, Stanford) 3, Southeastern, 1990 (Georgia, LSU, Mississippi St.) 3, Southeastern, 1996 (Alabama, Florida, LSU) 3, Southeastern, 1998 (Florida, LSU, Mississippi St.) 3, Big 12, 2005 (Baylor, Nebraska, Texas) LEADERS BY MCWS WINS (Through 2006) Texas 78 Southern California 74 Arizona St. 58 Miami (Fla.) 46 Oklahoma St. 38 Stanford 38 Cal St. Fullerton 34 Arizona 33 LSU 29 Florida St. 25 LEADERS BY MCWS GAMES (Through 2006) Texas 131 Southern California 100 Arizona St. 90 Miami (Fla.) 82 Oklahoma St. 74 Stanford 65 Florida St. 61 Arizona 60 Cal St. Fullerton 57 LSU LEADERS BY MCWS WINNING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 20 Games) (Through 2006) Southern California Minnesota Arizona St LSU Missouri Cal St. Fullerton Texas Wichita St Stanford Miami

18 ALL-TIME MCWS APPEARANCES BY STATE STATE TEAMS APP. Alabama 2 9 Alaska No Division I Teams Arizona 2 34 Arkansas 1 5 California Colorado 2 11 Connecticut 2 7 Delaware 1 1 Florida 4 46 Georgia 3 10 Hawaii 1 1 Idaho No Division I Teams Illinois 2 7 Indiana 2 3 Iowa 2 3 Kansas 2 8 Kentucky 0 0 Louisiana 4 17 Maine 1 7 Maryland 0 0 Massachusetts 7 18 Michigan 4 16 Minnesota 1 5 Mississippi 2 11 Missouri 3 8 Montana No Division I Teams STATE TEAMS APP. Nebraska 2 4 Nevada 0 0 New Hampshire 2 2 New Jersey 4 7 New Mexico 0 0 New York 5 11 North Carolina 4 11 North Dakota No Division I Teams Ohio 2 5 Oklahoma 4 31 Oregon 2 4 Pennsylvania 3 11 Rhode Island 0 0 South Carolina 3 20 South Dakota No Division I Teams Tennessee 1 4 Texas 6 47 Utah 2 3 Vermont 0 0 Virginia 1 1 Washington 1 4 West Virginia 0 0 Wisconsin 1 1 Wyoming 1 1 TOTALS LAST MCWS FIELD WITH TEAMS FROM EIGHT DIFFERENT STATES 2004 MCWS FIELD WITH NO CALIFORNIA OR FLORIDA TEAMS (4) 1950, 1952, 1956, 1976 MCWS FIELD WITH NO CALIFORNIA TEAMS (9) 1950, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1965, 1976, 1981, 1996, 2005 LAST MCWS FIELD WITH NO FLORIDA TEAM 2002 LAST MCWS FIELD WITH NO TEXAS TEAM

19 MCWS ALL-TIME WON-LOST RECORDS AND FINISHES (104 Teams) ( ) TEAMS (Years Participated) App. Won Lost Pct. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th T5 th T7 th Alabama ( ) Arizona ( ) Arizona St. ( ) Arkansas ( ) Auburn ( ) Baylor ( ) Boston College ( ) Bradley (50-56) Brigham Young (68-71) California ( ) Cal St. Fullerton ( ) Cal St. L.A. (77) Citadel (90) Clemson ( ) Colgate (55) Colorado St. (50) Connecticut ( ) Creighton (91) Dartmouth (70) Delaware (70) Duke ( ) Eastern Mich. (75-76) Florida ( ) Florida St. ( ) Fresno St. ( ) Georgia ( ) Ga. Southern (73-90) Georgia Tech ( ) Harvard ( ) Hawaii (80) Holy Cross ( ) Houston (53-67) Indiana St. (86) Iowa (72) Iowa St. (57-70) Ithaca (62) James Madison (83) Kansas (93) Lafayette ( ) Long Beach St. ( ) La.-Lafayette (00) LSU ( ) Loyola Marymount (86) Maine ( ) Massachusetts (54-69)

20 TEAMS (Years Participated) App. Won Lost Pct. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th T5 th T7 th Miami (Fla.) ( ) Michigan ( ) Michigan St. (54) Minnesota ( ) Mississippi ( ) Mississippi St. ( ) Missouri ( ) Missouri St. (03) Nebraska ( ) New Hampshire (56) New Orleans (84) New York U. (56-69) North Carolina ( ) North Carolina St. (68) Northeastern (66) Northern Colo. ( ) Notre Dame (57-02) Ohio (70) Ohio St. ( ) Oklahoma ( ) Oklahoma St. ( ) Oral Roberts (78) Oregon (54) Oregon St. ( ) Penn St. ( ) Pepperdine (79-92) Princeton (51) Rice ( ) Rider (67) Rollins (54) Rutgers (50) St. John s (N.Y.) ( ) St. Louis (65) San Jose St. (00) Santa Clara (62) Seton Hall ( ) South Carolina ( ) Southern California ( ) Southern Ill. ( ) Springfield (51-55) Stanford ( ) Syracuse (61) Temple (72-77) Tennessee ( ) Texas ( )

21 TEAMS (Years Participated) App. Won Lost Pct. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th T5 th T7 th Texas A&M ( ) Tex.-Pan American (71) Tufts (50) Tulane (01-05) Tulsa (69-71) UCLA (69-97) Utah (51) Wake Forest (49-55) Washington St. ( ) Western Mich. ( ) Wichita St. ( ) Wisconsin (50) Wyoming (56) Yale (47-48) TOTALS * * Includes tied for third. 19

22 DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM SELECTIONS BY CONFERENCE CONFERENCE America East Atlantic Coast Atlantic Sun Atlantic Big East Big South Big Ten Big Big West Colonial Conference USA Horizon Ivy Metro Atlantic Mid-American Mid-Continent Mid-Eastern Missouri Valley Mountain West Northeast Ohio Valley Pacific Patriot Southeastern Southern Southland Southwestern Sun Belt West Coast Western Athletic Independents Big Eight Southwest Metro ECAC 1 North Atlantic Great Midwest 1 Size of field

23 DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM SELECTIONS BY CONFERENCE CONFERENCE America East 1 1 Atlantic Coast 7 7 Atlantic Sun 2 2 Atlantic Big East 2 1 Big South 2 2 Big Ten 2 1 Big Big West 2 2 Colonial 1 1 Conference USA 4 4 Horizon 1 1 Ivy 1 1 Metro Atlantic 1 1 Mid-American 1 1 Mid-Continent 1 1 Mid-Eastern 1 1 Missouri Valley 2 2 Mountain West 1 1 Northeast 1 1 Ohio Valley 1 1 Pacific Patriot 1 1 Southeastern 9 8 Southern 2 2 Southland 2 1 Southwestern 1 1 Sun Belt 2 2 West Coast 1 3 Western Athletic 1 2 Independents 0 0 Size of field 64 64

24 ALL-TIME MCWS WON-LOST BY CONFERENCE (Using Current Conference Membership) CONFERENCE TEAMS APP. WON LOST PCT. 1 ST 2 ND 3 RD 4 TH T5 TH T7 TH America East Atlantic Coast Atlantic Sun Atlantic Big East Big South Big Ten Big Big West Colonial Conference USA Horizon Ivy Metro Atlantic Mid-American Mid-Continent Mid-Eastern Missouri Valley Mountain West Northeast Ohio Valley Pacific Patriot Southeastern Southern Southland Southwestern Sun Belt West Coast Western Athletic Independents No Longer Division I No Longer Sponsor Baseball TOTALS * *Includes ties for third ALL-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS BY CONFERENCE (Using Actual Conference Membership For Each Season) Pacific Big Ten 6 CIBA 6 Southeastern 6 Independents 5 Western Athletic 5 Big Eight 4 Southwest 4 Big 12 2 Big West SCBA 2 Big West 2 Atlantic Coast 1 Missouri Valley 1 West Coast 1 Western Athletic 1 NOTE: CIBA as California Intercollegiate Baseball Association, SCBA was Southern California Baseball Association. 22

25 1947 California 2-0 Yale Southern California 2-1 Yale Texas 3-0 Wake Forest 2-2 Southern California 1-2 St. John s (N.Y.) Texas 5-1 Washington St. 3-2 Rutgers 3-2 Wisconsin 2-2 Alabama 1-2 Tufts 1-2 Colorado St. 0-2 Bradley Oklahoma 4-0 Tennessee 4-2 Southern California 2-2 Utah 2-2 Texas A&M 1-2 Springfield 1-2 Ohio St. 0-2 Princeton Holy Cross 6-1 Missouri 3-2 Penn St. 2-2 Western Mich. 2-2 Duke 1-2 Texas 1-2 Oregon St. 0-2 Northern Colo Michigan 4-1 Texas 4-2 Lafayette 3-2 Boston College 2-2 Stanford 1-2 Duke 1-2 Northern Colo. 0-2 Houston 0-2 YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS ( ) 1954 Missouri 5-1 Rollins 3-2 Michigan St. 3-2 Oklahoma St. 2-2 Arizona 1-2 Massachusetts 1-2 Lafayette 0-2 Oregon Wake Forest 5-1 Western Mich. 3-2 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Arizona 2-2 Northern Colo. 1-2 Colgate 1-2 Springfield 0-2 Southern California Minnesota 5-1 Arizona 4-2 Bradley 2-2 Mississippi 2-2 New Hampshire 1-2 Wyoming 1-2 Washington St. 0-2 New York U California 5-0 Penn St. 3-2 Iowa St. 2-2 Notre Dame 2-2 Connecticut 1-2 Texas 1-2 Northern Colo. 0-2 Florida St Southern California 5-1 Missouri 4-2 Holy Cross 2-2 Western Mich. 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Northern Colo. 1-2 Arizona 0-2 Lafayette Oklahoma St. 5-1 Arizona 3-2 Fresno St. 3-2 Penn St. 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Western Mich. 1-2 Connecticut 0-2 Northern Colo Minnesota 5-1 Southern California 4-2 Arizona 2-2 Oklahoma St. 2-2 St. John s (N.Y.) 1-2 Boston College 1-2 Northern Colo. 0-2 North Carolina Southern California 5-0 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Boston College 2-2 Syracuse 2-2 Western Mich. 1-2 Duke 1-2 Northern Colo. 0-2 Texas Michigan 4-1 Santa Clara 4-2 Texas 3-2 Florida St. 2-2 Ithaca 1-2 Holy Cross 1-2 Missouri 0-2 Northern Colo Southern California 5-1 Arizona 4-2 Missouri 2-2 Texas 2-2 Penn St. 1-2 Florida St. 1-2 Holy Cross 0-2 Western Mich

26 1964 Minnesota 4-1 Missouri 4-2 Maine 3-2 Southern California 2-2 Arizona St. 1-2 Seton Hall 1-2 Mississippi 0-2 Texas A&M Arizona St. 5-1 Ohio St. 4-2 St. Louis 2-2 Washington St. 2-2 Florida St. 1-2 Connecticut 1-2 Lafayette 0-2 Texas Ohio St. 5-1 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Southern California 3-2 St. John s (N.Y.) 2-2 Arizona 1-2 Texas 1-2 North Carolina 0-2 Northeastern Arizona St. 5-1 Houston 3-2 Stanford 3-2 Auburn 2-2 Rider 1-2 Boston College 1-2 Ohio St. 0-2 Oklahoma St Southern California 5-0 Southern Ill. 3-2 North Carolina St. 2-2 St. John s (N.Y.) 2-2 Oklahoma St. 1-2 Texas 1-2 Brigham Young 0-2 Harvard 0-2 YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS ( ) 1969 Arizona St. 5-1 Tulsa 3-2 New York U. 3-2 Texas 2-2 Massachusetts 1-2 Mississippi 1-2 Southern Ill. 0-2 UCLA Southern California 4-1 Florida St. 4-2 Texas 3-2 Ohio 2-2 Dartmouth 1-2 Iowa St. 1-2 Arizona 0-2 Delaware Southern California 5-1 Southern Ill. 3-2 Tulsa 3-2 Tex.-Pan American 2-2 Brigham Young 1-2 Harvard 1-2 Mississippi St. 0-2 Seton Hall Southern California 5-1 Arizona St. 4-2 Temple 2-2 Texas 2-2 Oklahoma 1-2 Connecticut 1-2 Iowa 0-2 Mississippi Southern California 5-0 Arizona St. 3-2 Minnesota 2-2 Texas 2-2 Ga. Southern 1-2 Oklahoma 1-2 Harvard 0-2 Penn St Southern California 5-1 Miami (Fla.) 3-2 Southern Ill. 3-2 Texas 2-2 Oklahoma 1-2 Northern Colo. 1-2 Harvard 0-2 Seton Hall Texas 4-1 South Carolina 4-2 Arizona St. 3-2 Oklahoma 2-2 Eastern Mich. 1-2 Seton Hall 1-2 Florida St. 0-2 Cal St. Fullerton Arizona 5-1 Eastern Mich. 3-2 Arizona St. 3-2 Maine 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Washington St. 1-2 Auburn 0-2 Oklahoma Arizona St. 5-1 South Carolina 3-2 Southern Ill. 3-2 Cal St. L.A. 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Minnesota 1-2 Baylor 0-2 Temple Southern California 5-0 Arizona St. 3-2 North Carolina 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 2-2 Oral Roberts 1-2 Michigan 1-2 St. John s (N.Y.) 0-2 Baylor

27 1979 Cal St. Fullerton 5-1 Arkansas 3-2 Pepperdine 3-2 Texas 2-2 Arizona 1-2 Mississippi St. 1-2 Miami (Fla.) 0-2 Connecticut Arizona 5-1 Hawaii 3-2 California 3-2 Miami (Fla.) 2-2 St. John s (N.Y.) 1-2 Michigan 1-2 Florida St. 0-2 Clemson Arizona St. 5-1 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Texas 3-2 South Carolina 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Mississippi St. 1-2 Maine 0-2 Michigan Miami (Fla.) 5-0 Wichita St. 3-2 Maine 2-2 Texas 2-2 Stanford 1-2 Oklahoma St. 1-2 South Carolina 0-2 Cal St. Fullerton Texas 5-0 Alabama 3-2 Arizona St. 2-2 Michigan 2-2 Oklahoma St. 1-2 Stanford 1-2 Maine 0-2 James Madison 0-2 YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS ( ) 1984 Cal St. Fullerton 5-1 Texas 3-2 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Arizona St. 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 New Orleans 1-2 Michigan 0-2 Maine Miami (Fla.) 5-1 Texas 4-2 Arkansas 2-2 Mississippi St. 2-2 Oklahoma St. 1-2 Stanford 1-2 Arizona 0-2 South Carolina Arizona 4-1 Florida St. 4-2 Miami (Fla.) 3-2 Oklahoma St. 2-2 LSU 1-2 Loyola Marymount 1-2 Indiana St. 0-2 Maine Stanford 5-1 Oklahoma St. 3-2 Texas 3-2 LSU 2-2 Arkansas 1-2 Florida St. 1-2 Georgia 0-2 Arizona St Stanford 5-1 Arizona St. 4-2 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2 Wichita St. 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Florida 1-2 Fresno St. 0-2 California Wichita St. 5-1 Texas 3-1 Florida St. 2-2 LSU 2-2 Arkansas 1-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Long Beach St. 0-2 North Carolina Georgia 4-1 Oklahoma St. 3-1 Stanford 3-2 LSU 2-2 Citadel 1-2 Mississippi St. 1-2 Cal St. Fullerton 0-2 Ga. Southern LSU 4-0 Wichita St. 3-1 Creighton 2-2 Florida 2-2 Fresno St. 1-2 Long Beach St. 1-2 Clemson 0-2 Florida St Pepperdine 4-0 Cal St. Fullerton 4-2 Miami (Fla.) 2-2 Texas 2-2 Florida St. 1-2 Oklahoma 1-2 California 0-2 Wichita LSU 4-1 Wichita St. 3-1 Long Beach St. 3-2 Oklahoma St. 2-2 Texas 1-2 Texas A&M 1-2 Arizona St. 0-2 Kansas

28 1994 Oklahoma 4-0 Georgia Tech 3-1 Arizona St. 2-2 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2 Florida St. 1-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Auburn 0-2 LSU Cal St. Fulleton 4-0 Southern California 4-2 Miami (Fla.) 2-2 Tennessee 2-2 Florida St. 1-2 Stanford 1-2 Clemson 0-2 Oklahoma LSU 4-0 Miami (Fla.) 3-1 Clemson 2-2 Florida 2-2 Alabama 1-2 Florida St. 1-2 Oklahoma St. 0-2 Wichita St LSU 4-0 Alabama 4-2 Miami (Fla.) 2-2 Stanford 2-2 Auburn 1-2 Mississippi St. 1-2 Rice 0-2 UCLA Southern California 5-1 Arizona St. 3-1 Long Beach St. 2-2 LSU 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Mississippi St. 1-2 Florida 0-2 Florida St. 0-2 YEAR-BY-YEAR STANDINGS ( ) 1999 Miami (Fla.) 4-0 Florida St. 4-2 Alabama 2-2 Stanford 2-2 Cal St. Fullerton 1-2 Rice 1-2 Oklahoma St. 0-2 Texas A&M LSU 4-0 Stanford 3-1 Florida St. 2-2 La.-Lafayette 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Southern California 1-2 San Jose St. 0-2 Texas Miami (Fla.) 4-0 Stanford 3-1 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2 Tennessee 2-2 Southern California 1-2 Tulane 1-2 Georgia 0-2 Nebraska Texas 4-0 South Carolina 4-2 Clemson 2-2 Stanford 2-2 Georgia Tech 1-2 Notre Dame 1-2 Nebraska 0-2 Rice Rice 5-1 Stanford 5-3 Texas 2-2 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 South Carolina 1-2 Missouri St. 0-2 LSU Cal St. Fullerton 5-1 Texas 3-2 South Carolina 3-2 Georgia 2-2 Arizona 1-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Arkansas 0-2 LSU Texas 5-0 Florida 3-3 Arizona St. 3-2 Baylor 2-2 Nebraska 1-2 Tulane 1-2 Oregon St. 0-2 Tennessee Oregon St. 6-2 North Carolina 4-2 Cal St. Fullerton 2-2 Rice 2-2 Clemson 1-2 Miami (Fla.) 1-2 Georgia 0-2 Georgia Tech

29 NATIONAL CHAMPION S TEAM BATTING STATISTICS Year Team W-L AB R H BA 2B 3B HR TB SLG RBI BB SO SB 1947 California Southern California Texas Texas Oklahoma Holy Cross Michigan Missouri Wake Forest Minnesota California Southern California Oklahoma St Minnesota Southern California Michigan Southern California Minnesota Arizona St Ohio St Arizona St Southern California Arizona St Southern California Southern California Southern California Southern California Southern California Texas Arizona Arizona St Southern California Cal St. Fullerton Ariaona Arizona St Miami (Fla.) Texas Cal St. Fullerton Miami (Fla.) Arizona Stanford Stanford Wichita St

30 NATIONAL CHAMPION S TEAM BATTING STATISTICS Year Team W-L AB R H BA 2B 3B HR TB SLG RBI BB SO SB 1990 Georgia LSU Pepperdine LSU Oklahoma Cal St. Fullerton LSU LSU Southern California Miami (Fla.) LSU Miami (Fla.) Texas Rice Cal St. Fullerton Texas Oregon St

31 NATIONAL CHAMPION S TEAM PITCHING AND FIELDING STATISTICS Year Team W-L Sv ERA ShO CG IP H R ER BB SO PO A E DP FA 1947 California Southern California Texas Texas Oklahoma Holy Cross Michigan Missouri Wake Forest Minnesota California Southern California Oklahoma St Minnesota Southern California Michigan Southern California Minnesota Arizona St Ohio St Arizona St Southern California Arizona St Southern California Southern California Southern California Southern California Southern California Texas Arizona Arizona St Southern California Cal St. Fullerton

32 NATIONAL CHAMPION S TEAM PITCHING AND FIELDING STATISTICS Year Team W-L Sv ERA ShO CG IP H R ER BB SO PO A E DP FA 1980 Arizona Arizona St Miami (Fla.) Texas Cal St. Fullerton Miami (Fla.) Arizona Stanford Stanford Wichita St Georgia LSU Pepperdine LSU Oklahoma Cal St. Fullerton LSU LSU Southern California Miami (Fla.) LSU Miami (Fla.) Texas Rice Cal St. Fullerton Texas Oregon St

33 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS BATTING TOTALS ( ) Year Avg G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SF SH SB ATT SB%

34 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS BATTING TOTALS ( ) Year Avg G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SF SH SB ATT SB% Totals

35 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS PITCHING TOTALS ( ) Year ERA G CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO WP HBP BK

36 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS PITCHING TOTALS ( ) Year ERA G CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO WP HBP BK Totals

37 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS FIELDING TOTALS ( ) YEAR C PO A E FLD% DPs PB CI

38 YEAR-BY-YEAR CWS FIELDING TOTALS ( ) YEAR C PO A E FLD% DPs PB CI Totals

39 Averages are per game for each team. Division I Baseball Statistics Trends ( ) Avg. Batting Home Runs Stolen Bases Earned-Run Strikeouts Fielding Year Teams Games% Average Scoring Per Game Per Game Average Per 9 Innings Percentage # 32.8 #.262 # 4.96 # # # # 5.51 # * *.306 * 7.12 * * *

40 Averages are per game for each team. Division I Baseball Statistics Trends ( ) Avg. Batting Home Runs Stolen Bases Earned-Run Strikeouts Fielding Year Teams Games% Average Scoring Per Game Per Game Average Per 9 Innings Percentage * * 285 * *.960 Teams reporting statistics, not necessarily the total number of teams in the division; % Average numbers of games played by each team that year. First year of aluminum bat; * Record high; # Record low.

41 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES INDIVIDUAL BATTING LEADERS (Minimum: 15 plate appearances) YEAR PLAYER, POSITION, SCHOOL AVG. G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR 1970 Jerry Lundin, ss, Iowa St Larry Calufetti, c, Southern Ill Bobby Jack, 1b-3b, Oklahoma Keith Moreland, 3b, Texas Keith Moreland, 3b, Texas Kelly Snider, 1b, Oklahoma Pete Van Horne, rf, Arizona Mike Henderson, ss, Arizona St Tim Tolman, lf, Southern California Kevin Shannon, c, Texas Tom Colburn, c, California Jim Curl, 1b, South Carolina Spike Owen, ss, Texas Dave Magadan, 1b, Alabama Mike Day, c, Oklahoma St Jeff King, 3b, Arkansas Robin Ventura, 3b, Oklahoma St Jimmy Barragan, 1b, Oklahoma St Mark Standiford, 2b, Wichita St Craig Newkirk, 3b, Texas Bobby Carlsen, 3b, Oklahoma St Kevin Polcovich, ss, Florida Phil Nevin, 3b, Cal St. Fullerton Jeff Liefer, dh, Long Beach St Rick Gutierrez, 2b, Oklahoma Mark Kotsay, of-p, Cal St. Fullerton Rudy Gomez, 2b, Miami (Fla.) Tom Bernhardt, rf, LSU Jason Lane, dh-p, Southern California John Gall, 1b, Stanford Damien Alvarado, c, Stanford Joe Borchard, rf, Stanford Jarvis Larry, dh, La.-Lafayette Danny Matienzo, dh, Miami (Fla.) Victor Menocal, ss, Georgia Tech P.J. Pilittere, dh, Cal St. Fullerton Steve Pearce, 1b, South Carolina David Maroul, 3b, Texas David Cooper, dh, Cal St. Fullerton

42 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES INDIVIDUAL PITCHING LEADERS (Minimum: 10 innings) YEAR PLAYER, SCHOOL G CG W-L ERA IP H R ER BB SO 1970 Pat Osborn, Florida St Mark Sogge, Southern California Russ McQueen, Southern California Jackson Todd, Oklahoma Jim Otten, Arizona St Rick Floyd, Miami (Fla.) John Poloni, Arizona St Bob Owchinko, Eastern Mich Mitch Dean, Arizona St Jerry Vasquez, Arizona St Augie Ruiz, Miami (Fla.) Tony Hudson, Cal St. Fullerton Craig Lefferts, Arizona Don Mundie, Mississippi St Roger Clemens, Texas Calvin Schiraldi, Texas Eddie Delzer, Cal St. Fullerton Ric Raether, Miami (Fla.) Kevin Ryan, Miami (Fla.) Gregg Patterson, LSU Brian Dodd, Arizona St Kirk Dressendorfer, Texas Mike Rebhan, Georgia Chad Ogea, LSU Patrick Ahearne, Pepperdine Marc Barcelo, Arizona St Dan Ricabal, Cal St. Fullerton Randy Flores, Southern California John Kaufman, Florida Jeff Austin, Stanford Aaron Kramer, Arizona St Chris Chavez, Florida St Jon McDonald, Florida St Tom Farmer, Miami (Fla.) Steven Bondurant, South Carolina John Hudgins, Stanford J.P. Howell, Texas J. Brent Cox, Texas Jonah Nickerson, Oregon St

43 JACK DIESING SR. MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER AWARD (58) YEAR PLAYER TEAM CLASS POSITION 1949 Tom Hamilton Texas Sr. 1b 1950 *Ray VanCleef Rutgers Jr. of 1951 *Sidney Hatfield Tennessee Jr. 1b-p 1952 James O'Neill Holy Cross Sr. p 1953 *J.L. Smith Texas Jr. p 1954 *Tom Yewcic Michigan St. Sr. c 1955 *Tom Borland Oklahoma St. Sr. p 1956 Jerry Thomas Minnesota Jr. p 1957 *Cal Emery Penn St. So. lb-p 1958 Bill Thom Southern California Jr. p 1959 Jim Dobson Oklahoma St. So. 3b 1960 John Erickson Minnesota Sr. 2b 1961 *Littleton Fowler Oklahoma St. So. p 1962 *Bob Garibaldi Santa Clara So. p 1963 Bud Hollowell Southern California Jr. c 1964 *Joe Ferris Maine So. p 1965 Sal Bando Arizona St. Sr. 3b 1966 Steve Arlin Ohio St. Jr. p 1967 Ron Davini Arizona St. Jr. c 1968 Bill Seinsoth Southern California Jr. 1b 1969 John Dolinsek Arizona St. Jr. of 1970 *Gene Ammann Florida St. Jr. p 1971 *Jerry Tabb Tulsa Fr. 1b 1972 Russ McQueen Southern California So. p 1973 *Dave Winfield Minnesota Sr. of-p 1974 George Milke Southern California So. p 1975 Mickey Reichenbach Texas So. 1b 1976 Steve Powers Arizona Sr. dh-p 1977 Bob Horner Arizona St. So. 2b 1978 Rod Boxberger Southern California Jr. p 1979 Tony Hudson Cal St. Fullerton So. p 1980 Terry Francona Arizona Jr. of 1981 Stan Holmes Arizona St. Sr. of 1982 Dan Smith Miami (Fla.) Jr. p 1983 Calvin Schiraldi Texas Jr. p 1984 John Fishel Cal St. Fullerton Jr. of 1985 Greg Ellena Miami (Fla.) Jr. dh 1986 Mike Senne Arizona Sr. of 1987 Paul Carey Stanford Fr. Of 1988 Lee Plemel Stanford Sr. p 1989 Greg Brummett Wichita St. Sr. p 1990 Mike Rebhan Georgia Sr. p 41

44 JACK DIESING SR. MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER AWARD YEAR PLAYER TEAM CLASS POSITION 1991 Gary Hymel LSU Sr. c 1992 *Phil Nevin Cal St. Fullerton Jr. 3b 1993 Todd Walker LSU So. 2b 1994 Chip Glass Oklahoma Sr. of 1995 Mark Kotsay Cal St. Fullerton So. of-p 1996 *Pat Burrell Miami (Fla.) Fr. 3b 1997 Brandon Larson LSU Jr. ss 1998 Wes Rachels Southern California Sr. 2b 1999 *Marshall McDougall Florida St. Jr. 2b 2000 Trey Hodges LSU Sr. p 2001 Charlton Jimerson Miami (Fla.) Sr. of 2002 Huston Street Texas Fr. p 2003 *John Hudgins Stanford Jr. p 2004 Jason Windsor Cal St. Fullerton Sr. p 2005 David Maroul Texas Sr. 3b 2006 Jonah Nickerson Oregon St. Jr. p * Not on national championship team. MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER BY TEAM Southern California 7 Arizona 3 Texas 6 Minnesota 3 Arizona St. 5 Oklahoma St. 3 Cal St. Fullerton 5 Stanford 3 LSU 4 Florida St. 2 Miami (Fla.) 4 (13 teams have one each) MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER BY CLASS Freshmen 4 Sophomores 12 Juniors 22 Seniors 20 42

45 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) 1958 Sonny Siebert, Missouri, 1b Mike Castanon, Southern California, 2b, Jr. Ken Komodzinski, Holy Cross, 3b, So. Fred Scott, Southern California, ss, Jr. Martin Toft, Missouri, of Marvin Winegar, Western Mich., of, Sr. Ron Fairly, Southern California, of, So. Hank Kuhlmann, Missouri, c Bill Thom, Southern California, p, Jr. Doug Gulick, Missouri, p, (jr or sr.) 1959 Bob Wilson, Arizona, 1b, Sr. Bruce Andrew, Oklahoma St., 2b, So. Jim Dobson, Oklahoma St., 3b, So. Charles Shoemaker, Arizona, ss, So. Doug Hoffman, Clemson, of Bailey Hendley, Clemson, of Connie McIlvoy, Oklahoma St., of, Sr. Alan Hall, Arizona, c, Jr. Hal Stowe, Clemson, p Joel Horlen, Oklahoma St., p, Sr William Ryan, Southern California, 1b, So. John Erickson, Minnesota, 2b Cal Rolloff, Minnesota, 3b Dave Pflepsen, Minnesota, ss Bob Levingston, Southern California, of, So. Mickey McNamee, Southern California, of, Jr. Art Ersepke, Southern California, of, Jr. Bill Heath, Southern California, c, Sr. Bruce Gardner, Southern California, p, Sr. Bob Wasko, Minnesota, p Jim Ward, Arizona, p, Sr William Ryan, Southern California, 1b, Jr. Bruce Andrew, Oklahoma St., 2b, Sr. Dave Sarette, Syracuse, 3b, Sr. Don Wallace, Oklahoma St., ss, Jr. Bill Tomb, Western Mich., of, So. Don Davis, Duke, of, So. Art Ersepke, Southern California, of, Sr. Larry Himes, Southern California, c, Jr. Littleton Fowler, Oklahoma St., p, So. Jim Withers, Southern California, p, Sr. Larry Hankhammer, Southern California, p, Sr Dave Campbell, Michigan, 1b, So. Pat Rigby, Texas, 2b, Sr. Harvey Chapman, Michigan, 3b, So. Ernie Fazio, Santa Clara, ss Ron Tate, Michigan, of, So. Ken Flanagan, Santa Clara, of Mickey McDermott, Santa Clara, of Joe Merullo, Michigan, c, Sr. Tom Belcher, Texas, p, Sr. Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, p 1963 Gary Holman, Southern California, 1b, So. Ron Theobald, Arizona, 2b, So. Dale Harvey, Missouri, 3b William Woodward, Florida St., ss, Jr. Kenny Washington, Southern California, of, Sr. Craig Morrison, Arizona, of, Sr. Hector Barnetche, Arizona, of, So. Bud Hollowell, Southern California, c, Jr. Walt Peterson, Southern California, p, So. Doug Holliker, Arizona, p, So Bill Davis, Minnesota, 1b Dewey Markus, Minnesota, 2b Dave Thompson, Maine, 3b, Sr. Gary Sutherland, Southern California, ss, So. Dan Hoffman, Minnesota, of Gary Woods, Missouri, of Willie Brown, Southern California, of, Sr. Ron Wojciak, Minnesota, c Joe Ferris, Maine, p, So. Joe Pollack, Minnesota, p 1965 Arnold Chonko, Ohio St., 1b, Sr. Luis Lagunas, Arizona St., 2b, Sr. Sal Bando, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Bo Rein, Ohio St., ss, So. Rick Monday, Arizona St., of, So. Bob Fry, Washington St., of, Sr. Jim Dix, St. Louis, of, Sr. Chuck Brinkman, Ohio St., c, Jr. Steve Arlin, Ohio St., p, So. Doug Nurnberg, Arizona St., p, So. 43

46 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) 1966 Russ Nagelson, Ohio St., 1b, Sr. Matt Galante, St. John's (N.Y.), 2b, Jr. Bob Toney, Oklahoma St., 3b Joe Russo, St. John's (N.Y.), ss, Sr, Ray Shoup, Ohio St., of, Jr. Wayne Weatherly, Oklahoma St., of, So. Bo Rein, Ohio St., of, Jr. Chuck Brinkman, Ohio St., c, Sr. Steve Arlin, Ohio St., p, Jr. John Stewart, Southern California, p, Sr Mark Marquess, Stanford, 1b, So. Dick Swan, Stanford, 2b, Sr. Dave Grangaard, Arizona St., 3b, Fr. Jack Lind, Arizona St., ss, Jr. Ike Lucas, Houston, of Tom Paciorek, Houston, of Scott Reid, Arizona St., of, Jr. Ron Davini, Arizona St., c, Fr. Gary Gentry, Arizona St., p, Jr. Q.V. Lowe, Auburn, p, Sr Bill Seinsoth, Southern California, 1b, Jr. Lou Bagwell, Texas, 2b, So. Barry O'Sullivan, Southern Ill., 3b, Jr. Danny Thompson, Oklahoma St., ss, Jr. Wayne Weatherly, Oklahoma St., of, Sr. Jerry Bond, Southern Ill., of, So. Mike Rogodzinski, Southern Ill., of, So. Ralph Addonizio, St. John's (N.Y.), c, Sr. Bill Lee, Southern California, p, Sr. Tom Sowinski, St. John's (N.Y.), p, Sr Steve Caves, Tulsa, 1b Lou Bagwell, Texas, 2b, Jr. Les Rogers, Tulsa, 3b Roger Detter, Arizona St., ss,, Sr. John Dolinsek, Arizona St., of, Jr. Paul Powell, Arizona St., of, Jr. Jim Cardasis, New York U., of, Sr. Billy Cotton, Arizona St., c, Jr. Larry Gura, Arizona St., p, Sr. Burt Hooton, Texas, p, Fr John Langerhans, Texas, 1b, So. Frank Alfano, Southern California, 2b, Jr. Dan Stoligrosz, Southern California, 3b, Sr. Jerry Lundin, Iowa St., ss, Jr. John Grubb, Florida St., of, Jr. Gary Shade, Ohio, of, Jr. Mike Markl, Texas, of, So. Tommy Harmon, Texas, c, Jr. Gene Ammann, Florida St., p, Jr. Jim Barr, Southern California, p, Sr Jerry Tabb, Tulsa, 1b, Fr. Frank Alfano, Southern California, 2b, Sr. Mike Eden, Southern Ill., 3b, Jr. Dan Radison, Southern Ill., ss, Jr. Fred Lynn, Southern California, of, Fr. Steve Bowling, Tulsa, of, Fr. Jim Dwyer, Southern Ill., of, Jr. Larry Calufetti, Southern Ill., c, So. Mark Sogge, Southern California, p, Jr. Steve Rogers, Tulsa, p, Sr Daryl Arenstein, Southern California, 1b, Jr. Ken Reed, Arizona St., 2b, Sr. David Chalk, Texas, 3b, Sr. Steve Dillard, Mississippi, ss, So. Bump Wills, Arizona St., of, So. Tim Steele, Southern California, of, Sr. Gary Atwell, Arizona St., of, Jr. Sam Ceci, Southern California, c, Sr. Russ McQueen, Southern California, p, So. Craig Swan, Arizona St., p, Sr Clay Westlake, Arizona St., 1b, Fr. Bill Berger, Arizona St., 2b, Sr. Keith Moreland, Texas, 3b, Fr. Roy Smalley, Southern California, ss, Jr. Terry Pyka, Texas, of, Jr. Carl Person, Ga. Southern, of, Jr. Ken Huizenga, Southern California, of, So. Clint Meyers, Arizona St., c, Jr. Dave Winfield, Minnesota, p Eddie Bane, Arizona St., p, Jr. Randy Scarbery, Southern California, p, Jr. Bob Shirley, Oklahoma, p, Fr. 44

47 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) 1974 Orlando Gonzalez, Miami (Fla.), 1b, Sr. Rob Adolph, Southern California, 2b, Sr. Rich Dauer, Southern California, 3b, Sr. Marvin Cobb, Southern California, ss, Jr. Manny Trujillo, Miami (Fla.), of, Sr. Bob Mitchell, Southern California, of, Fr. Tom Ball, Texas, of, Sr. Ron Scott, Miami (Fla.), c, Jr. George Milke, Southern California, p, So. Mark Barr, Southern California, p, Sr. Stan Jakubowski, Miami (Fla.), p, So Mickey Reichenbach, Texas, 1b, So. Mark Van Bever, South Carolina, 2b, So. Gary Allenson, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Blair Stouffer, Texas, ss, Jr. Bob Pate, Arizona St., of, Jr. Steve Cook, South Carolina, of, Jr. Rick Bradley, Texas, of, Jr. Rick Cerone, Seton Hall, c, Jr. Earl Bass, South Carolina, p, Jr. Richard Wortham, Texas, p, Jr Ken Phelps, Arizona St., 1b, Sr. Dan Schmitz, Eastern Mich., 2b, Jr. Brian Petroff, Eastern Mich., 3b, Fr. Russ Quetti, Maine, ss, So. Dave Stegman, Arizona, of, Sr. Ken Landreaux, Arizona St., of, Jr. Pete Van Horne, Arizona, of, Jr. Ron Hassey, Arizona, c, Sr. Steve Powers, Arizona, dh, Sr. Bob Owchinko, Eastern Mich., p, Sr. Bob Chaulk, Arizona, p, Jr Chris Nyman, Arizona St., 1b, Sr. Bob Horner, Arizona St., 2b, So. Brandt Humphry, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Mike Henderson, Arizona St., ss, Sr. Chuck McLean, South Carolina, lf, Jr. Mookie Wilson, South Carolina, cf, Jr. David Caldwell, Clemson, rf, Jr. Steve Stieb, Southern Ill., c, Jr. Jamie Allen, Arizona St., dh, Fr. Jerry Vasquez, Arizona St., p, Jr. Randy Martz, South Carolina, p, Jr Dave Hostetler, Southern California, 1b, Sr. Mike Fox, North Carolina, 2b, Sr. Bob Horner, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Doug Stokke, Southern California, ss, Sr. Tim Tolman, Southern California, lf, Sr. John Wells, Southern California, cf, Jr. Steve Michael, Arizona St., rf, Jr. Chris Bando, Arizona St., c, Sr. Randy Guerra, Miami (Fla.), dh, Jr. Rod Boxberger, Southern California, p, Jr. Casey Lindsey, Arizona St., p, Jr Tim Wallach, Cal St. Fullerton, 1b, Sr. Mike Gates, Pepperdine, 2b, Sr. Dan Hanggie, Cal St. Fullerton, 3b, So. Larry Wallace, Arkansas, ss, Sr. Marc Brumble, Arkansas, lf, Sr. Kevin McReynolds, Arkansas, cf, Fr. Matt Vejar, Cal St. Fullerton, rf, Jr. Kurt Kingsolver, Cal St. Fullerton, c, Jr. Keith Walker, Texas, dh, Jr. Tony Hudson, Cal St. Fullerton, p, So. Steve Krueger, Arkansas, p, Jr Wes Clements, Arizona, 1b, Sr. Paul Hundhammer, Miami (Fla.), 2b, Sr. Kimo Perkins, Hawaii, 3b, Jr. Eric Tokunaga, Hawaii, ss, Jr. Terry Francona, Arizona, lf, Jr. Lyle Brackenridge, California, cf, Sr. Jim Paciorek, Michigan, rf, So. Collin Tanabe, Hawaii, c, Jr. Paul Maruffi, St. John's (N.Y.), dh, Jr. Craig Lefferts, Arizona, p, Sr. Greg Barger, Arizona, p, Jr Alvin Davis, Arizona St., 1b, Jr. Ray Etchebarren, Oklahoma St., 2b Mike Sodders, Arizona St., 3b, Sr. Rod Carraway, South Carolina, ss, Sr. Stan Holmes, Arizona St., of, Sr. Mickey Tettleton, Oklahoma St., of, Jr. Mark Gillaspie, Mississippi St., of, Sr. Burk Goldthorn, Texas, c, Sr. Lemmie Miller, Arizona St., dh, Jr. Kevin Dukes, Arizona St., p, Sr. Don Mundie, Mississippi St., p, Sr. 45

48 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) 1982 Kevin Bernier, Maine, 1b, Jr. Jim Thomas, Wichita St., 2b, Sr. Phil Lane, Miami (Fla.), 3b, So. Spike Owen, Texas, ss, Jr. Loren Hibbs, Wichita St., of, So. Tim Gaskell, Wichita St., of, So. Mike Brumley, Texas, of, So. Nelson Santovenia, Miami (Fla.), c, Jr. Russ Morman, Wichita St., dh, So. Bryan Oelkers, Wichita St., p, Jr. Dan Smith, Miami (Fla.), p, Jr Dave Magadan, Alabama, 1b, Jr. Bill Bates, Texas, 2b, Fr. Chris Sabo, Michigan, 3b, Jr. Mike Brumley, Texas, ss, Jr. Barry Bonds, Arizona St., of, Fr. Dale Sklar, Michigan, of, So. Tim Knapp, Oklahoma St., of, Sr. Jeff Hearron, Texas, c, Sr. Pete Incaviglia, Oklahoma St., dh, Fr. Calvin Schiraldi, Texas, p, Jr. Tim Meacham, Alabama, p, Jr Rusty Richards, Texas, 1b, Fr. Randy Whisler, Oklahoma St., 2b, Jr. Blaine Larker, Cal St. Fullerton, 3b, Jr. (tie) Scott Raziano, New Orleans, 3b, Sr. (tie) Gary Green, Oklahoma St., ss, Sr. John Fishel, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Jr. Oddibe McDowell, Arizona St., of, Sr. Barry Bonds, Arizona St., of, So. Bob Caffrey, Cal St. Fullerton, c, Jr. Pete Incaviglia, Oklahoma St., dh, So. Greg Swindell, Texas, p, Fr. Eddie Delzer, Cal St. Fullerton, p, Sr Will Clark, Mississippi St., 1b, Jr. Bill Bates, Texas, 2b, Jr. Jeff King, Arkansas, 3b, So. Frank Davis, Mississippi St., ss, Sr. Dennis Cook, Texas, of, Sr. Dave Van Cleve, Mississippi St., of, Sr. Ralph Kraus, Arkansas, of, Jr. Chris Magno, Miami (Fla.), c, Jr. Greg Ellena, Miami (Fla.), dh, Jr. Kevin Sheary, Miami (Fla.), p, So. Greg Swindell, Texas, p, So Todd Trafton, Arizona, 1b, Sr. Luis Alicea, Florida St., 2b, Jr. Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., 3b, Fr. Bien Figueroa, Florida St., ss, Sr. Mike Senne, Arizona, of, Sr. Mike Fiore, Miami (Fla.), of, So. Paul Sorrento, Florida St., of, Jr. Bill Reynolds, Maine, c, Sr. Gary Alexander, Arizona, dh, Jr. Richie Lewis, Florida St., p, So. Gary Alexander, Arizona p, Jr Jimmy Barragan, Oklahoma St., 1b, Sr. Brad Beanblossom, Oklahoma St., 2b, Fr. Scott Coolbaugh, Texas, 3b, Jr. David Esquer, Stanford, ss, Sr. Brian Cisarik, Texas, of, Jr. Jack Voigt, LSU, of, Jr. Paul Carey, Stanford, of, Fr. Adam Smith, Oklahoma St., c, Jr. Mark Machtolf, Stanford, dh, Sr. Pat Hope, Oklahoma St., p, So. Gregg Patterson, LSU, p, Jr Ron Witmeyer, Stanford, 1b, Jr. Mark Standiford, Wichita St., 2b, Sr. John Finn, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Pat Listach, Arizona St., ss, Jr. Jim Osborn, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Sr. Dan Rumsey, Arizona St., of, Jr. Ricky Candelari, Arizona St., of, Jr. Doug Robbins, Stanford, c, Sr. Martin Peralta, Arizona St, dh, Sr. Lee Plemel, Stanford, p, Sr. Rusty Kilgo, Arizona St., p, Jr David Lowery, Texas, 1b, Jr. Rocky Rau, Florida St., 2b, Jr. Craig Newkirk, Texas, 3b, Sr. Pat Meares, Wichita St., ss, So. Todd Dreifort, Wichita St., of, Fr. Jim Audley, Wichita St., of, So. Arthur Butcher, Texas, of, Sr. Eric Wedge, Wichita St., c, Jr. Scott Bryant, Texas, dh, Jr. Jim Newlin, Wichita St., p, Jr. Greg Brummett, Wichita St., p, Sr. 46

49 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) 1990 Doug Radziewicz, Georgia, 1b, Jr. Troy Paulsen, Stanford, 2b, Jr. Bobby Carlsen, Oklahoma St., 3b, Sr. Brad Beanblossom, Oklahoma St., ss, Sr. Tim Clark, LSU, of, Jr. Jeff Hammonds, Stanford, of, Fr. Jason Rychlick, Citadel, of, Jr. Michael Daniel, Oklahoma St., c, Jr. Lyle Mouton, LSU, dh, Jr. Dave Fleming, Georgia, p, Jr. Mike Rebhan, Georgia, p, Sr John Tellechea, LSU, 1b, Sr. Mike McCafferty, Creighton, 2b, Sr. Jason Giambi, Long Beach St., 3b, So. Kevin Polcovich, Florida, ss, Jr. Lyle Mouton, LSU, of, Sr. Jim Audley, Wichita St., of, Sr. Steve Hinton, Creighton, of, Jr. Gary Hymel, LSU, c, Sr. Mario Linares, Florida, dh, Sr. Kennie Steenstra, Wichita St., p, So. Chad Ogea, LSU, p, Jr Dan Melendez, Pepperdine, 1b, Jr. Steve Rodriguez, Pepperdine, 2b, Jr. Phil Nevin, Cal St. Fullerton, 3b, Jr. Nate Rodriquez, Cal St. Fullerton, ss, Jr. Byron Mathews, Oklahoma, of, Jr. Chris Powell, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Sr. Johnathen Smith, Miami (Fla.), of, Sr. Scott Vollmer, Pepperdine, c, Jr. Brooks Kieschnick, Texas, dh, So. Patrick Ahearne, Pepperdine, p, Sr. James Popoff, Cal St. Fullerton, p, Sr Hunter Triplett, Oklahoma St., 1b, Sr. Todd Walker, LSU, 2b, So. Casey Blake, Wichita St., 3b, Fr. Jason Adams, Wichita St., ss, So. Jim Greely, LSU, of, Sr. Jason Heath, Oklahoma St., of, Sr. Amanda Rios, LSU, of, Sr. Adrian Antonini, LSU, c, Jr. Jeff Liefer, Long Beach St., dh, Fr. Brett Laxton, LSU, p, Fr. Mike Sirotka, LSU, p, Sr Ryan Minor, Oklahoma, 1b, So. Rick Gutierrez, Oklahoma, 2b, Sr. Antone Williamson, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Nomar Garciaparra, Georgia Tech, ss, Jr. Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Fr. Darvin Traylor, Oklahoma, of, Sr. Chip Glass, Oklahoma, of, Sr. Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c, Sr. Todd Walker, LSU, dh, Jr. Mark Redman, Oklahoma, p, So. Brad Rigby, Georgia Tech, p, Jr Doug Mientkiewicz, Florida St., 1b, Jr. Wes Rachels, Southern California, 2b, Fr. Tony Martinez, Cal St. Fullerton, 3b, Jr. Alex Cora, Miami (Fla.), ss, So. J.D. Drew, Florida St., of, Fr. Geoff Jenkins, Southern California, of, Jr. Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, of, So. Brian Loyd, Cal St. Fullerton, c, So. Scott Schroeffel, Tennessee, dh, Jr. Randy Flores, Southern California, p, So. Ted Silva, Cal St. Fullerton, p, Jr Chris Moller, Alabama, 1b, Sr. Rudy Gomez, Miami (Fla.), 2b, Jr. Pat Burrell, Miami (Fla.), 3b, Fr. Alex Cora, Miami (Fla.), ss, Jr. Justin Bowles, LSU, of, Sr. Michael DeCelle, Miami (Fla.), of, Jr. Brad Wilkerson, Florida, of, Fr. Tim Lanier, LSU, c, Sr. Chuck Hazzard, Florida, dh, So. J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.), p, Jr. Eddie Yarnall, LSU, p, Jr Eddie Furniss, LSU, 1b, Jr. Joe Caruso, Alabama, 2b, Sr. Andy Phillips, Alabama, 3b, So. Brandon Larson, LSU, ss, Jr. Mike Koerner, LSU, of, Jr. Tom Bernhardt, LSU, of, Sr. G.W. Keller, Alabama, of, So. Matt Frick, Alabama, c, Jr. Mark Peer, Alabama, dh, Jr. Jeff Austin, Stanford, p, So. Jarrod Kingrey, Alabama, p, Jr. 47

50 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS ( ) Robb Gorr, Southern California, 1b, Jr. Michael Johnson, Clemson, 1b, Jr. Wes Rachels, Southern California, 2b, Sr. Tim Moss, Texas, 2b, So. Andrew Beinbrink, Arizona St., 3b, Jr. Omar Quintanilla, Texas, 3b, So. Michael Collins, Arizona St., ss, Jr. Victor Menocal, Georgia Tech, ss, Sr. Rudy Arguellas, Arizona St., of, Sr. Justin Harris, South Carolina, of, Jr. Cedrick Harris, LSU, of, Fr. Sam Fuld, Stanford, of, So. Brad Ticehurst, Southern California, of, Jr. Dustin Majewski, Texas, of, Jr. Eric Munson, Southern California, c, So. Landon Powell, South Carolina, c, So. Jason Lane, Southern California, dh, Jr. Steve Stanley, Notre Dame, dh, Sr. Alex Santos, Miami (Fla.), p, So. Justin Simmons, Texas, p, So. Jack Krawczyk, Southern California, p, Sr. Huston Street, Texas, p, Fr John Gall, Stanford, 1b, Jr. Marshall McDougall, Florida St., 2b, Jr. Lale Esquivel, Miami (Fla.), 3b, Jr. Bobby Hill, Miami (Fla.), ss, Jr. Matt Diaz, Florida St., of, So. G.W. Keller, Alabama, of, Sr. Manny Crespo, Miami (Fla.), of, So. Jeremiah Klosterman, Florida St., c, Sr. Sam Scott, Florida St., dh, Jr. Chris Chavez, Florida St., p, Sr. Michael Neu, Miami (Fla.), p, Jr Craig Thompson, Stanford, 1b Mike Fontenot, LSU, 2b, Fr. Blair Barbier, LSU, 3b, Sr. Ryan Theriot, LSU, ss, So. Steven Feehan, La.-Lafayette, of, Sr. Edmund Muth, Stanford, of, Sr. Joe Borchard, Stanford, of, Jr. Beau Craig, Southern California, c, So. Brad Hawpe, LSU, dh, Jr. Jon McDonald, Florida St., p, Jr. Trey Hodges, LSU, p, Sr Kevin Brown, Miami (Fla.), 1b, Sr. David Bacani, Cal St. Fullerton, 2b, Sr. Kris Bennett, Tennessee, 3b, Sr. Chris Burke, Tennessee, ss, Jr. Jeff Christensen, Tennessee, of, Sr. Sam Fuld, Stanford, of, Fr. Charlton Jimerson, Miami (Fla.), of, Sr. Ryan Garko, Stanford, c, So. Danny Matienzo, Miami (Fla.), dh, So. Jeff Bruksch, Stanford, p, Jr. Tom Farmer, Miami (Fla.), p, Sr Ryan Garko, Stanford, c, Sr. Curtis Thigpen, Texas, 1b, So. Enrique Cruz, Rice, 2b, Jr. Jonny Ash, Stanford, 3b, Jr. Justin Turner, Cal State Fullerton, ss, Fr. Carlos Quentin, Stanford, of, Jr. Danny Putnam, Stanford, of, So. Chris Kolkhorst, Rice, of, Jr. P.J. Pilittere, Cal State Fullerton, dh, Jr. John Hudgins, Stanford, p, Jr. Jeff Niemann, Rice, p, So Landon Powell, South Carolina, c, Sr. Steve Pearce, South Carolina, 1b, Jr. Seth Johnston, Texas, 2b, Jr. Bryan Triplett, South Carolina, 3b, Sr. Roger Tomas, Miami (Fla.), ss, Fr. Jon Jay, Miami (Fla.), of, Fr. Trevor Crowe, Arizona, of, So. Brian Barton, Miami (Fla.), of, Jr. Felipe Garcia, Cal St. Fullerton, dh, Jr. Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, p, Sr. Ricky Romero, Cal St. Fullerton, p, So Taylor Teagarden, Texas, c, Jr. Jeff Larish, Arizona St., 1b, Sr. Joey Hooft, Arizona St., 2b, Sr. David Maroul, Texas, 3b, Sr. Seth Johnston, Texas, ss, Sr. Colin Curtis, Arizona St., of, So. Travis Buck, Arizona St., of, Jr. Andy Gerch, Nebraska, of, Fr. Will Crouch, Texas, dh, Sr. Kyle McCulloch, Texas, p, So. J. Brent Cox, Texas, p, Jr. 48

51 ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS (2006) 2006 Tim Federowicz, North Carolina, c, Fr. Bill Rowe, Oregon St., 1b, Sr. Justin Turner, Cal St. Fullerton, 2b, Sr. Shea McFeely, Oregon St., 3b, Sr. Josh Horton, North Carolina, ss, So. Danny Dorn, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Sr. Cole Gillespie, Oregon St., of, Jr. Jay Cox, North Carolina, of, Jr. David Cooper, Cal St. Fullerton, of, Fr. Jonah Nickerson, Oregon St., p, Jr. Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., p, Jr. 49

52 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-TIME TEAM ( ) Mike Day, Catcher Oklahoma St., 1982,83,84,85 Will Clark, First Base Mississippi St., 1985 Todd Walker, Second Base LSU, 1993,94 Robin Ventura, Third Base Oklahoma St., 1986,87 Spike Owen, Shortstop Texas, 1981,82 Barry Bonds, Outfield Arizona St., 1983,84 Mark Kotsay, Outfield Cal St. Fullerton, 1994,95 Dave Winfield, Outfield Minnesota, 1973 Pete Incaviglia, Designated Hitter Oklahoma St., 1983,84,85 Steve Arlin, Pitcher Ohio St., 1965,66 Burt Hooton, Pitcher Texas, 1969,70 Rod Dedeaux, Head Coach Southern California, 1951,55,58,60,61,63, 64,66,68,70,71,72,73,74,78 Note: Team selected by readers of the Omaha World-Herald as part of 50 th CWS celebration in COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-TIME TEAM ( ) First Team John Boccabella, First Base Santa Clara, 1962 Dewey Markus, Second Base Minnesota, 1964 Sal Bando, Third Base Arizona St., 1965 Woody Woodward, Shortstop Florida St., 1963 Ron Fairley, Outfield Southern California, 1958 Tom Paciorek, Outfield Houston, 1968 John Dolinsek, Outfield Airzona St., 1969 Bud Hollowell, Catcher Southern California, 1963 Steve Arlin, Pitcher Ohio St., 1965, 66 Burt Hooton, Pitcher Texas, 1969, 70 Second Team Bill Seinsoth, First Base Southern California, 1968 Frank Quilici, Second Base Western Mich., 1961 Bob Lillis, Third Base Southern California, 1951 Don Kessinger, Shortstop Mississippi, 1964 John Turco, Outfield Holy Cross, 1952 Jim Morris, Outfield Notre Dame, 1957 Bob Fry, Outfield Washington St., 1965 Tom Yewcic, Catcher Michigan St., 1954 Jim O'Neill, Pitcher Holy Cross, 1952 Bob Garibaldi, Pitcher Santa Clara, 1962 Note: Team selected by blue-ribbon committee chaired by Abe Chanin as part of the 25 th CWS celebration in

53 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-DECADE TEAMS s P Tom Borland, Oklahoma St., P James O'Neill, Holy Cross, 52 C Alan Hall, Arizona, B Sonny Siebert, Missouri, 58 2B Stanley Charnofsky, Southern California, 51 SS Charles Shoemaker, Arizona, B Ken Komodzinski, Holy Cross, 58 OF Jim Morris, Notre Dame, 57 OF John Turco, Holy Cross, 52 OF Ray VanCleef, Rutgers, s P Steve Arlin, Ohio St., P Burt Hooton, Texas, C Chuck Brinkman, Ohio St., B Bill Seinsoth, Southern California, 68 2B Lou Bagwell, Texas, SS Danny Thompson, Oklahoma St., 68 3B Sal Bando, Arizona St., OF John Dolinsek, Arizona St., 69 OF Scott Reid, Arizona St., 67 OF Wayne Weatherly, Oklahoma St., s P Eddie Bane, Arizona St., P Russ McQueen, Southern California, C Chris Bando, Arizona St., B Jerry Tabb, Tulsa, 71 2B Bob Horner, Arizona St., SS Roy Smalley, Southern California, B Keith Moreland, Texas, OF Fred Lynn, Southern California, OF Kevin McReynolds, Arkansas, 79 OF Dave Winfield, Minnesota, 73 DH Steve Powers, Arizona, s P Greg Brummett, Wichita St., P Craig Lefferts, Arizona, C Mike Day, Oklahoma St., B Will Clark, Mississippi St., 85 2B Bill Bates, Texas, SS Spike Owen, Texas, B Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., OF Barry Bonds, Arizona St., OF Terry Francona, Arizona, OF Stan Holmes, Arizona St., 81 DH Pete Incaviglia, Oklahoma St., s (Through 1995) P Patrick Ahearne, Pepperdine, 92 P Mike Rebhan, Georgia, 90 C Gary Hymel, LSU, B Doug Mientkiewicz, Florida St., 95 2B Todd Walker, LSU, SS Nomar Garciaparra, Georgia Tech, 94 3B Phil Nevin, Cal St. Fullerton, 92 OF J.D. Drew, Florida St., 95 OF Geoff Jenkins, Southern California, 95 OF Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, DH Lyle Mouton, LSU, HEAD COACHES Jim Brock, Arizona St Rod Dedeaux, Southern California Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton Cliff Gustafson, Texas Gene Stephenson, Wichita St Note: Teams selected as part of 50 th CWS celebration in 1996 by a panel of 60 voters representing CWS head coaches, media who covered the event and chairs of the Division I Baseball Committee. 51

54 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES GAME TIMES ( ) GAMES GAMES AVERAGE LONGEST SHORTEST *CHAMPIONSHIP OVER FOUR UNDER TWO YEAR GAME TIME GAME GAME GAME HOURS HOURS :40 3:58 2:01 2: :28 3:32 1:45 2: :09 2:48 1:39 1: :42 4:00 2:09 3: :34 3:13 1:53 2: :34 3:48 1:45 2: :19 3:07 1:57 2: #1974 2:25 2:46 1:55 2: :24 3:03 1:13 2: :24 3:28 1:58 2: :18 2:59 1:35 1: :29 3:00 2:01 2: :42 3:36 1:57 1: :44 4:15 2:10 2: :08 5:00 1:57 3: :52 3:46 2:04 2: :46 3:48 2:16 2: :01 4:01 2:18 2: :02 3:51 2:18 2: :52 3:45 2:22 2: :56 3:33 2:19 3: :51 3:46 2:19 2: :57 3:41 2:16 2: :48 3:31 2:07 2: :08 3:57 2:31 2: :02 4:03 2:27 2: :09 3:58 2:25 2: :54 3:50 2:19 2: :52 3:58 2:06 3: :20 3:54 2:48 3: :02 4:42 2:24 3: :17 4:17 2:38 3: :09 4:35 2:42 2: :02 3:42 2:17 3: :25 4:21 2:34 3: :02 4:01 2:41 3: :58 3:57 2:02 2: :08 3:46 2:43 2: :09 4:07 2:41 2: :07 4:53 2:15 3: # First year for designated hitter and aluminum bat. * Includes the final game of the Championship Series, which began in

55 ALL-TIME EXTRA-INNING GAMES (77) TEAMS INNINGS YEAR Washington St. 3, Rutgers Oklahoma 9, Ohio St Boston College 7, Duke Lafayette 2, Boston College Rollins 9, Oklahoma St Oklahoma St. 5, Arizona Michigan St. 3, Rollins Oklahoma St. 5, Arizona Iowa St. 13, Notre Dame Western Mich. 4, Lafayette Southern California 8, Missouri 7 (championship game) Arizona 3, Clemson St. John's (N.Y.) 3, Northern Colo Minnesota 12, Southern California Southern California 4, Minnesota Minnesota 2, Southern California 1 (championship game) Southern California 4, Boston College Santa Clara 7, Missouri Santa Clara 4, Texas Michigan 5, Santa Clara 4 (championship game) Arizona 4, Florida St Texas 6, Penn St Ohio St. 1, Washington St Houston 3, Boston College Arizona St. 4, Stanford Southern Ill. 2, Harvard St. John's (N.Y.) 3, North Carolina St Tulsa 6, UCLA Arizona St. 2, UCLA Southern California 8, Texas Southern California 2, Florida St. 1 (championship game) Connecticut 3, Texas Oklahoma 2, Temple Southern California 5, Connecticut Southern California 4, Texas Eastern Mich. 2, Florida St Arizona St. 1, Oklahoma

56 ALL-TIME EXTRA-INNING GAMES TEAMS INNINGS YEAR Arizona St. 7, Arizona Eastern Mich. 3, Clemson South Carolina 3, Baylor Minnesota 4, Baylor Pepperdine 5, Mississippi St Michigan 9, California Arizona 6, Hawaii Oklahoma St. 8, South Carolina Oklahoma St. 11, Arizona St Texas 15, Oklahoma St Texas 8, Stanford Alabama 6, Arizona St Texas 6, Oklahoma St Texas 6, Alabama Oklahoma St. 8, New Orleans Arkansas 1, South Carolina Texas 8, Arkansas LSU 6, Florida St Texas 6, Florida St Stanford 6, LSU Miami (Fla.) 8, Fresno St Arizona St. 4, Wichita St Stanford 5, Ga. Southern Citadel 8, Cal St. Fullerton Wichita St. 3, Creighton Miami (Fla.) 4, California Wichita St. 4, Arizona St Georgia Tech 12, Florida St Oklahoma 4, Arizona St Georgia Tech 3, Cal St. Fullerton Clemson 8, Oklahoma St Miami (Fla.) 7, UCLA Southern California 12, Florida Florida St. 14, Stanford

57 ALL-TIME EXTRA-INNING GAMES TEAMS INNINGS YEAR Stanford 5, Cal St. Fullerton Stanford 7, Cal St. Fullerton Rice 4, Stanford Baylor 4, Oregon St Arizona St. 8, Nebraska North Carolina 7, Cal St. Fullerton BREAKDOWN BY INNINGS: 15 inn inn inn inn inn inn ALL-TIME EXTRA INNING WON-LOST RECORDS (59 teams) Alabama 1-1 Arizona 3-3 Arizona St. 6-4 Arkansas 1-1 Baylor 1-2 Boston College 1-3 California 0-2 Cal St. Fullerton 0-5 Citadel 1-0 Clemson 1-2 Connecticut 1-1 Creighton 0-1 Duke 0-1 Eastern Mich. 2-0 Florida 0-1 Florida St. 1-6 Fresno St. 0-1 Ga. Southern 0-1 Georgia Tech 2-0 Harvard 0-1 Hawaii 0-1 Houston 1-0 Iowa St. 1-0 Lafayette 2-0 Louisiana St. 1-1 Miami (Fla.) 3-0 Michigan 2-0 Michigan St. 1-0 Minnesota 3-1 Mississippi St. 0-1 Missouri 0-2 Nebraska 0-1 New Orleans 0-1 North Carolina 1-0 North Caro. St. 0-1 Northern Colo. 0-1 Notre Dame 0-1 Ohio St. 1-1 Oklahoma 3-1 Oklahoma St. 5-4 Oregon St. 0-1 Penn St. 0-1 Pepperdine 1-0 Rice 1-0 Rollins 1-1 Rutgers 0-1 St. John's (N.Y.) 2-0 Santa Clara 2-1 South Carolina 1-2 Southern California 8-2 Southern Ill. 1-0 Stanford 4-4 Temple 0-1 Texas 7-4 Tulsa 1-0 UCLA 0-3 Washington St. 1-1 Western Mich. 0-1 Wichita St. 2-1 TOTAL

58 CWS GAMES WON IN LAST AT BAT (68) 9 th EXTRA YEAR INNING INNING * * * * th EXTRA YEAR INNING INNING * * Bottom of 9 th wins: 36 Extra inning home wins: 32 *Includes National Championship game COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ONE-RUN GAMES (226) ONE-RUN YEAR GAMES ONE-RUN YEAR GAMES * ONE-RUN YEAR GAMES ONE-RUN YEAR GAMES * Record 56

59 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SCORING ( ) (Average Is Both Teams Combined Per Game) YEAR GAMES RUNS AVG. PER GAME **98 **7.0 # YEAR GAMES RUNS AVG. PER GAME * * * Record high for eight-team format. ** Record low for eight-team format. # First year for designated hitter and aluminum bat. TOTALS: , SCORING BY DECADE YEARS GAMES-RUNS AVG. PER GAME

60 CWS ALL-TIME GRAND SLAM HOME RUNS (44) ( ) GAME DATE PLAYER (Pos.), TEAM vs. OPPONET INNING FINAL N0. SCORE 1950 (1) 12 June 20 Kal Segrist (1b), Texas vs. Washington St. B3rd 12-1 (first grand slam in CWS history) 1954 (1) 1 June 10 Tom Yewcic (c), Michigan St. vs. Massachusetts T4th (1) 13 June 14 Freed Messner (ph), Western Mich. vs. Wake Forest T8th 7-10 (only pinch-hit grand slam in CWS history, Messner s only hit in CWS [1-12].) 1961 (1) 7 June 11 Paul Mersch (1b), Oklahoma St. vs. Syracuse B5th (1) 8 June 12 Don Fazio (3b), Ithaca vs. Florida St. B8th (2) 7 June 8 Russell Nagelson (cf), Ohio St. vs. Washington St. B7th June 8 Sal Bando (3b), Arizona St. vs. St. Louis T8th (1) 11 June 13 Dan Colombo (3b), St. John s vs. Southern California B6th (1) 6 June 10 Mickey Reichenbach (dh), Texas vs. Seton Hall T1st (2) 8 June 4 Bill Springman (2b), Oral Roberts vs. Arizona St. T1st June 4 Bob Horner (3b), Arizona St. vs. Oral Roberts B3rd (1) 13 June 6 Dan Hanggie (3b), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Arkansas B2nd (1) 13 June 4 Scott Stanley (dh), Arizona vs. Hawaii T8th (1) 6 June 6 John Sullivan (3b), South Carolina vs. Oklahoma St. B5th (3) 9 June 8 Pete Incaviglia (dh), Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St. B9th June 8 Casey Close (dh), Michigan vs. Stanford T9th June 10 Mike Brumley (ss), Texas vs. Michigan B5th (2) 3 June 2 Darren Mandel (dh), Miami (Fla.) vs. Arizona St. T1st June 3 Mark Higgins (1b), New Orleans vs. Michigan B4th (2) 6 June 2 Mike DeBenon (dh), Stanford vs. Arizona B8th June 8 Bobby Thigpen (rf/p), Mississippi St. vs. Miami (Fla.) T6th

61 GAME DATE PLAYER (Pos.), TEAM vs. OPPONET INNING FINAL N0. SCORE 1986 (1) 11 June 6 Paul Sorrento (rf), Florida St. vs. Arizona T2nd (1) 12 June 5 Paul Carey (rf), Stanford vs. LSU B10th 6-5 (only walk-off grand slam in CWS history) 1988 (1) 4 June 4 Jim Osborn (rf), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Miami (Fla.) T9th (1) 2 May 31 Lyle Mouton (rf), LSU vs. Florida B7th (2) 2 May 29 Phil Nevin (3b), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Florida St. B6th June 4 Steve Rodriguez (2b), Pepperdine vs. Texas B7th (1) 6 June 6 Todd Walker (2b), LSU vs. Texas A&M B8th (2) 5 June 5 Matt Saier (rf), Georgia Tech vs. Florida St. T10th June 7 Mark Kotsay (lf/rf), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Florida St. T8th (2) 7 June 5 Mark Kotsay (cf/rf), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Tennessee T2nd June 8 Brian Loyd (c), Cal St. Fullerton vs. Tennessee B1st (3) 3 June 1 Brad Wilkerson (rf/p), Florida vs. Florida St. B7th June 1 Tim Lanier (c), LSU vs. Wichita St. T3rd June 4 Brett Taft (ss), Alabama vs. Clemson B7th (1) 11 June 4 Josh Hochgesang (3b), Stanford vs. LSU T5th (4) 1 May 29 Jeremy Salazar (c), Florida St. vs. Arizona St. B6th May 30 Robb Gorr (1b), Southern California vs. LSU B6th (Ch) June 6 Michael Collins (ss), Arizona St. vs. Southern California B2nd (Ch) June 6 Jason Lane (dh/p), Southern California vs. Arizona St. T (1) 13 June 18 John Gall (1b), Stanford vs. Florida St. T7th (2) 11 June 15 Andy Topham (lf), Stanford vs. La-Lafayette B2nd (Ch) June 17 Craig Thompson (1b), Stanford vs. LSU T4th (1) 7 June 11 David Coffey (dh), Georgia vs. Tennessee B5th

62 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SHUTOUTS (98) 1950 (2) Jim Ehrler, Texas vs. Tufts, (7-0) Jim Ehrler & Murray Wall, Texas vs. Washington St., (3-0) 1951 (1) Sid Hatfield, Tennessee vs. Springfield, (2-0) 1952 (1) Dick Atkinson, Missouri vs. Holy Cross, (1-0) 1953 (1) Marvin Wisniewski, Michigan vs. Stanford, (4-0) 1955 (6) Jack McGinley, Wake Forest vs. Colgate, (1-0) Carl Thomas, Arizona vs. Springfield, (6-0) Lowell Davis, Wake Forest vs. Northern Colo., (10-0) Benny Rincon, Arizona vs. Northern Colo., (20-0) Jim Smith & Gerald Sposito, Western Mich. vs. Wake Forest, (9-0) John Stokoe, Wake Forest vs. Oklahoma St., (2-0) 1956 (4) Don Lee, Arizona vs. New York U., (3-0) Ronald Craven, Minnesota vs. Wyoming, (4-0) Buddy Wittichen, Mississippi vs. Bradley, (4-0) Ernest Oosterveen, Arizona vs. New Hampshire, (1-0) 1957 (6) Harry Taylor, Texas vs. Connecticut, (3-0) Doug Weiss, California vs. Northern Colo., (4-0) Ed Drapcho, Penn St. vs. Florida St., (7-0) Chuck Symeon, Notre Dame vs. Texas, (9-0) Kim Elliott, California vs. Penn St., (8-0) George Sterling, California vs. Penn St., (1-0) 1958 (3) Harold Deitz, Holy Cross vs. Southern California, (3-0) Bruce Gardner, Southern California vs. Arizona, (4-0) Bill Thom, Southern California vs. Missouri, (7-0) 1959 (3) Ron Riese, Penn St. vs. Clemson, (7-0) Leroy Gregory, Fresno St. vs. Arizona, (2-0) Roy Peterson, Oklahoma St. vs. Fresno St., (4-0) 1960 (2) Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St. vs. North Carolina, (7-0) George Scott, Oklahoma St. vs. Boston College, (1-0) 1961 (3) Dave Giusti, Syracuse vs. Western Mich., (6-0) Littleton Fowler, Oklahoma St. vs. Syracuse, (8-0) Jim Withers, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (1-0) 1962 (1) Tom Belcher, Texas vs. Michigan, (7-0) 60

63 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SHUTOUTS 1963 (2) Keith Weber, Missouri vs. Holy Cross, (3-0) Dick Noe, Penn St. vs. Western Mich., (3-0) 1964 (3) Keith Weber, Missouri vs. Arizona St., (7-0) Skip Hancock, Arizona St. vs. Mississippi, (5-0) Frank Brosseau, Dan Howard & Dick Mielke, Minnesota vs. Maine, (12-0) 1965 (1) Steve Arlin, Ohio St. vs. Washington St., (1-0, 15 inn.) 1966 (2) Walter Witowski, St. John's (N.Y.) vs. Texas, (2-0) Steve Arlin, Ohio St. vs. Southern California, (1-0) 1967 (2) Q.V. Lowe, Auburn vs. Ohio St., (1-0) Rick Brewer, Houston vs. Arizona St., (3-0) 1968 (4) Tom Sowinski, St. John's (N.Y.) vs. Harvard, (2-0) Larry Hardy, Texas vs. Brigham Young, (7-0) Howard Nickason, Southern Ill. vs. St. John's (N.Y.), (15-0) Robert Vaughn, Southern California vs. North Carolina St., (2-0) 1969 (3) Burt Hooton, Texas vs. Arizona St., (4-0) John Kitchen, Massachusetts vs. Southern Ill., (2-0) Reggie Rowe & Jay Weinheimer, Tulsa vs. New York U., (2-0) 1970 (3) Gene Ammann, Florida St. vs. Arizona, (4-0) Pat Osburn, Florida St. vs. Dartmouth, (6-0) Tom Henson & Mac Scarce, Florida St. vs. Ohio, (2-0) 1971 (1) Andre Rabouin, Tex.-Pan American vs. Harvard, (1-0) 1972 (5) Jim Jachym & Augie Garbatini, Connecticut vs. Texas, (3-0, 10 inn.) Eddie Bane, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) Jim Crawford, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (3-0) Craig Swan, Arizona St. vs. Temple, (1-0) Mark Sogge & Russ McQueen, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (1-0) 1973 (4) Dave Winfield, Minnesota vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) Bob Shirley, Oklahoma vs. Penn St., (6-0) Tom Bigwood, Ga. Southern vs. Harvard, (8-0) Eddie Bane, Arizona St. vs. Minnesota, (3-0) 1975 (3) Todd Heimer, Seton Hall vs. Florida St., (11-0) Marty Kunkler, Oklahoma vs. Eastern Mich., (7-0) John Poloni, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0, 11 inn.) 61

64 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SHUTOUTS 1976 (1) Tom Van Der Meersche, Arizona St. vs. Maine, (7-0) 1977 (2) Mike Sutherland, Cal St. L.A. vs. Clemson, (1-0) Darrell Jackson, Arizona St. vs. Southern Ill., (10-0) 1978 (2) Steve Howe, Michigan vs. Baylor, (4-0) Ron Meridith, Oral Roberts vs. North Carolina, (11-0) 1980 (1) Craig Lefferts, Arizona vs. Michigan, (8-0) 1981 (1) Don Mundie, Mississippi St. vs. Michigan, (4-0) 1982 (2) Bryan Oelkers, Wichita St. vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (7-0) Joe Johnson, Maine vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-0) 1983 (3) Calvin Schiraldi, Texas vs. James Madison, (12-0) Doug Henry, Arizona St. vs. Maine, (7-0) Alan Dunn & Tim Meacham, Alabama vs. Arizona St., (6-0) 1985 (1) Howard Hilton, Tim Deitz & Fred Farwell, Arkansas vs. South Carolina, (1-0, 14 inn.) 1986 (1) Rob Walton & Gordie Dillard, Oklahoma St. vs. Indiana St., (4-0) 1987 (1) Chris Pollack, Florida St. vs. Arizona St., (3-0) 1990 (1) Dave Fleming, Georgia vs. Mississippi St., (3-0) 1991 (1) Marc Valdes, Florida vs. Florida St., (5-0) 1992 (3) Patrick Ahearne & Steve Montgomery, Pepperdine vs. Wichita St., (6-0) Derek Wallace & Steve Montgomery, Pepperdine vs. Texas, (7-0) Mike Parisi & Paco Chavez, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Florida St., (6-0) 1993 (1) Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 1994 (2) Brad Rigby, Georgia Tech vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (2-0) Bill Neal & Noah Peery, Arizona St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (4-0) 1995 (1) Tim Dixon & Mark Chavez, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Tennessee, (11-0) 2002 (1) Kyle Bakker & Brian Burks, Georgia Tech vs. South Carolina, (11-0) 62

65 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SHUTOUTS 2003 (1) John Hudgins & Kodiak Quick, Stanford vs. South Carolina, (8-0) 2004 ( 2) Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. South Carolina, (2-0) Scott Sarver & Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. South Carolina, (4-0) 2005 (1) Kyle McCulloch & J. Brent Cox, Texas vs. Tulane, (5-0) 2006 (3) Robert Woodard, North Carolina vs. Clemson, (2-0) Daniel Turpen & Joe Paterson, Oregon St. vs. Rice, (5-0) Jonah Nickerson & Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St. vs. Rice, (2-0) Of the 77 complete game shutouts pitched in College World Series history, only three pitchers have thrown at least two. They are: Keith Weber, Missouri, 1963 & 64; Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 65 & 66; and Eddie Bane, Arizona St., 72 and

66 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES LOW-HIT GAMES No-Hitters (2) Jim Ehrler, Texas vs. Tufts, (7-0) Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St. vs. North Carolina, (7-0) One-Hitters (11) Rod Keogh, Washington St. vs. Rutgers, (3-1, 10 inn.) Jackie Lonergan, Holy Cross vs. Missouri, (0-1) Buddy Wittichen, Mississippi vs. Bradley, (4-0) Littleton Fowler, Oklahoma St. vs. Syracuse, (8-0) Keith Weber & Jim Nelson, Missouri vs. Minnesota, (4-1) Frank Brosseau, Dan Howard & Dick Mielke, Minnesota vs. Maine, (12-0) Larry Hardy, Texas vs. Brigham Young, (7-0) Bob Shirley, Oklahoma vs. Penn St., (6-0) Steve Howe, Michigan vs. Baylor, (4-0) Doug Henry, Arizona St. vs. Maine, (7-0) Alan Dunn & Tim Meacham, Alabama vs. Arizona St., (6-0) Two-Hitters (26) James Waldrip, Oklahoma vs. Springfield, (7-1) Junior Wren, Missouri vs. Penn St., (3-2) Tom Cole, Western Mich. vs. Duke, (5-1) Lawrence Bossidy, Colgate vs. Wake Forest, (0-1) Carl Thomas, Arizona vs. Springfield, (6-0) Ken Kinnamon & Don Anderson, Oklahoma St. vs. Western Mich., (4-5) Sam Frankel & Lawrence Bossidy, Colgate vs. Oklahoma St., (2-4) Don Lee, Arizona vs. New York U., (3-0) Ronald Craven, Minnesota vs. Wyoming, (4-0) Robert Blakeslee, Southern California vs. Northern Colo., (12-1) Dave Baldwin, Arizona vs. Fresno St., (5-1) Skip Hancock, Arizona St. vs. Mississippi, (5-0) Dennis Musgraves, Missouri vs. Maine, (2-1) Steve Arlin, Ohio St. vs. Southern California, (1-0) Bill Dobbs, Richard Schmidt & Bob Richardson, Oklahoma St. vs. Texas, (8-5) Ken Crosby & Fred Caviglia, Brigham Young vs. Southern California, (3-5) Steve Rogers & Cliff Butcher, Tulsa vs. Texas, (4-2) Gene Ammann, Florida St. vs. Arizona, (4-0) Craig Swan, Arizona St. vs. Temple, (1-0) Tom Bigwood, Ga. Southern vs. Harvard, (8-0) Jim Gideon & Jimmy Brown, Texas vs. Seton Hall, (12-2) Greg Ward, South Carolina vs. Eastern Mich., (5-1, 6 inn., rain) Brad Gore & Ritchie Moody, Oklahoma St. vs LSU, (7-1) Mike Fontana, Long Beach St. vs. Kansas, (6-1) John Hudgins & Kodiak Quick, Stanford vs. South Carolina, (8-0) J.P. Howell, J. Brent Cox & Buck Cody, Texas vs. Arkansas, (13-2) 64

67 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ATTENDANCE RECORDS Following are the attendance figures for the years the College World Series has been played in Omaha, plus the two years in Kalamazoo, Michigan and one year in Wichita, Kansas. The total attendance in the 60-year history of the CWS is 6,267,034. The 57- year Omaha total is 6,244,890 spectators, an average of 109,559 per year. For the last five years ( ) the average is 262,933. AVERAGE YEAR SESSIONS TOTAL ATT. SESSION ,792 1, ,352 1, ,000 3, ,805 1, ,789 3, ,731 3, ,990 3, ,403 3, ,843 2, ,940 2, ,609 2, ,931 2, ,607 3, ,222 3, ,778 2, ,307 3, ,757 5, ,871 6, ,894 4, ,376 6, ,906 6, ,373 6, ,265 6, ,683 7, ,460 7, ,214 (1) 8, ,356 6, ,105 7, ,052 7, ,455 8,346 AVERAGE YEAR SESSIONS TOTAL ATT. SESSION ,117 9, ,654 8, ,070 8, ,406 9, ,535 12, ,144 11, ,700 (2) 12, ,456 12, ,970 12, ,958 12, ,659 13, ,698 14, ,865 14, ,426 15, ,763 (3) 14, ,216 15, ,296 17, ,638 17, ,759 18, ,430 20, ,309(4) 20, ,361 20, ,639 20, ,917 22, ,515 21, ,762(5) 22, ,091 21, ,730 23, ,475 #23, ,609(6) 22,186 (1) One millionth fan (2) Two millionth fan (3) Three millionth fan (4) Four millionth fan (5) Five millionth fan (6) Six millionth fan #Average per session record +Total attendance record 65

68 2006 CWS ATTENDANCE SESSION CUMULATIVE NUMBER DAY AND DATE GAMES ATTENDANCE TOTAL 1 Friday, June ,045 16,045 2 Friday, June ,385 39,430 3 Saturday, June ,885 59,315 4 Saturday, June ,417 84,732 5 Sunday, June , ,526 6 Sunday, June , ,855 7 Monday, June , ,990 8 Monday, June , ,273 9 Tuesday, June 20 9,10 26, , Wednesday, June 21 11,12 30, , Thursday, June , , Saturday, June , , Sunday, June , , Monday, June , ,609 SESSION ATTENDANCE RECORDS SESSION RECORD NUMBER ATTENDANCE YEAR GAMES PARTICIPANTS 1 24, No. 1 Georgia Tech 11, South Carolina 0 No. 2 Clemson 11, Nebraska , No. 2 Nebraska 5, Arizona St , No. 4 Texas 2, Rice , No. 4 Texas 5, Baylor , No. 5 Arizona St. 4, Tennessee 2 No. 6 Florida 7, Nebraska , No. 7 Baylor 4, Oregon St. 3 (10 inn.) No. 8 Texas 5, Tulane , No. 9 Arizona St. 8, Nebraska 7 (11 inn.) No. 10 Baylor 8, Tulane , No. 11 Texas 7, Georgia 6 No. 12 South Carolina 5, Cal St. Fullerton , No. 9 Cal St. Fullerton 7, Clemson 6 No. 10 Oregon St. 5, Miami (Fla.) , No. 11 North Carolina 6, Cal St. Fullerton 5 No. 12 Oregon St. 5, Rice , No. 13 Oregon St. 2, Rice 0 Championship Series 1 26, No. 14 North Carolina 4, Oregon St , No. 15 Oregon St. 11, North Carolina , No. 16 Oregon St. St. 3, North Carolina 2 Championship Game Only 21, No. 15 Cal St. Fullerton 3, Texas 2 66

69 TOP 25 ALL-TIME SESSIONS ATTENDANCE PARTICIPANTS GAMES DATE 1. 30,335 North Carolina 6, Cal St. Fullerton 5 No Oregon St. 5, Rice 0 No ,216 Texas 7, Georgia 6 No South Carolina 5, Cal St. Fullerton 3 No ,452 Arizona St. 6, Florida 1 No Texas 4, Baylor 3 No ,941 Baylor 4, Oregon St. 3 (10 inn.) No Texas 5, Tulane 0 No ,813 Arizona St. 4, Tennessee 2 No Florida 7, Nebraska 4 No ,808 North Carolina 4, Oregon St. 3 No. 14 (Ch. 1) ,641 Texas 5, Baylor 1 No ,604 Cal St. Fullerton 6, Texas 4 No. 14 (Ch. 1) ,530 Miami (Fla.) 9, LSU 5 No ,480 Arizona 7, Arkansas 2 No Texas 9, Georgia 3 No ,327 Texas 13, Miami (Fla.) 2 No ,241 Cal St. Fullerton 7, Clemson 6 No Oregon St. 5, Miami 3 No ,220 Arizona St. 8, Nebraska 7 (11 inn.) No Baylor 8, Tulane 7 No ,958 Texas 4, Florida 2 No. 14 (Ch. 1) ,581 South Carolina 10, Nebraska 8 No Clemson 9, Georgia Tech 7 No ,417 Miami (Fla.) 11, Oregon St. 1 No ,240 Georgia 3, Arizona 1 No South Carolina 15, Miami (Fla.) 11 No ,046 Oregon St. 11, North Carolina 7 No. 15 (Ch. 2) ,971 Notre Dame 5, Rice 3 No Texas 8, Stanford 7 No ,904 Nebraska 5, Arizona St. 3 No ,859 Miami (Fla.) 8, Alabama 1 No Rice 7, Oklahoma St. 2 No ,857 South Carolina 15, LSU 4 No Cal St. Fullerton 6, Miami (Fla.) 3 No. 8 67

70 23. 24,842 Miami (Fla.) 7, Missouri St. 5 No Rice 12, Texas 2 No ,740 Arizona St. 9, Miami (Fla.) 2 No Long Beach St. 7, Florida St. 4 No ,711 Georgia Tech 11, South Carolina 0 No Clemson 11, Nebraska 10 No NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Top 10 Total Paid Attendance 1. Division I Men's Basketball , Division I Baseball , Division I Women's Basketball , Division I Football (FCS) , Division I Men s Lacrosse , Division I Men s Ice Hockey , Division I Women s Volleyball , Division I Wrestling... 92, Division II Football... 92, Division I Softball... 84, NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Top 10 Gross Receipts 1. Division I Men s Basketball... $41,814, Division I Baseball... 8,200, Division I Men s Ice Hockey... 4,453, Division I Women s Basketball... 3,100, Division I Wrestling... 1,788, Division I Football (FCS)... 1,773, Division I Men s Lacrosse... 1,710, Division I Volleyball... 1,392, Division II Football , Division I Softball ,098 68

71 CWS TELEVISION RATINGS ( ) 1997 NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 1.7 n/a 5 1,660,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 2.0 n/a 7 1,940,000 Total Households: 10,548, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 1.5 n/a 5 1,503,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 1.7 n/a 6 1,638,000 Total Households: 9,464, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 1.3 n/a 5 1,298,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,121,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 1.3 n/a 4 1,260,000 Total Households: 9,080,000 69

72 CWS TELEVISION RATINGS ( ) 2000 NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 1.2 n/a 4 1,185,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 1.7 n/a 5 1,693,000 Total Households: 9,012, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 1.0 n/a 3 1,045,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 1.2 n/a 4 1,201,000 Total Households: 8,510, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 CBS 0.8 n/a 2 875,000 4 ESPN ,000 5 ESPN ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch CBS 2.0 n/a 6 2,074,000 Total Households: 10,142,000 70

73 CWS TELEVISION RATINGS ( ) 2003 NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 ESPN/HD ,000 4 ESPN/HD ,000 5 ESPN/HD ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN/HD , ESPN/HD , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN/HD ,000 Ch. 1 ESPN/HD ,049,000 Ch. 2 ESPN/HD ,051,000 Ch. 3 ESPN/HD ,576,000 Total Households: 11,411, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN ,000 2 ESPN ,000 3 ESPN/HD ,000 4 ESPN/HD ,000 5 ESPN/HD ,000 6 ESPN ,000 7 ESPN ,000 8 ESPN ,000 9 ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN , ESPN ,000 Ch. 1 ESPN/HD ,361,000 Ch. 2 ESPN/HD ,270,000 Total Households: 11,542, NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN2 HD ,000 2 ESPN2 HD ,000 3 ESPN HD ,000 4 ESPN HD ,000 5 ESPN HD ,000 6 ESPN2 HD ,000 7 ESPN HD ,000 8 ESPN HD ,000 9 ESPN HD , ESPN HD , ESPN HD , ESPN2 HD , ESPN HD ,000 Ch. 1 ESPN HD ,156,000 Ch. 2 ESPN HD ,000 Total Households: 11,144,000 71

74 CWS TELEVISION RATINGS (2006) 2006 NETWORK US AA CABLE RATINGS SHARE HOUSEHOLDS 1 ESPN2 HD ,000 2 ESPN2 HD ,000 3 ESPN HD ,000 4 ESPN HD ,000 5 ESPN HD ,000 6 ESPN2 HD ,000 7 ESPN HD ,000 8 ESPN2 HD ,000 9 ESPN2 HD , ESPN2 HD , ESPN2 HD , ESPN2 HD , ESPN2 HD ,000 Ch. 1 ESPN HD ,192,000 Ch. 2 ESPN2 HD ,351,000 Ch. 3 ESPN HD ,968,000 Total Households: 13,197,000 72

75 2007 Division I Baseball Conference Alignment (283 Teams; 30 Conferences) America East (7) Albany (N.Y) Binghamton Hartford Maine UMBC Stony Brook Vermont Atlantic Coast (12) Boston College Clemson Duke Florida St. Georgia Tech Maryland Miami (Fla.) North Carolina North Carolina St. Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Atlantic Sun (8/#10) Belmont Campbell East Tenn. St. Gardner-Webb Jacksonville #Kennesaw St. Lipscomb Mercer #North Fla. Stetson Atlantic 10 (14) Charlotte Dayton Duquesne Fordham George Washington La Salle Massachusetts Rhode Island Richmond St. Bonaventure St. Joseph s St. Louis Temple Xavier Big East (12) Cincinnati Connecticut Georgetown Louisville Notre Dame Pittsburgh Rutgers St. John s (N.Y.) Seton Hall South Fla. Villanova West Virginia Big South (8) Charleston So. Coastal Caro. High Point Liberty UNC Asheville Radford VMI Winthrop Big Ten (10) Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan St. Minnesota Northwestern Ohio St. Penn St. Purdue Big 12 (10) Baylor Kansas Kansas St. Missouri Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma St. Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Big West (8) UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barb. Cal Poly Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Northridge Long Beach St. Pacific (Cal.) Colonial (11) Delaware George Mason Georgia St. Hofstra James Madison UNC Wilmington Northeastern Old Dominion Towson Va. Commonwealth William & Mary Conference USA (9) UAB UCF East Caro. 73 Houston Marshall Memphis Rice Southern Miss. Tulane Horizon (6) Butler Cleveland St. Ill.-Chicago Wis.-Milwaukee Wright St. Youngstown St. Ivy (8) Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Pennsylvania Princeton Yale Metro Atlantic (10) Canisius Fairfield Iona Le Moyne Manhattan Marist Niagara Rider St. Peter s Siena Mid-American (12) Akron Ball St. Bowling Green Buffalo Central Mich. Eastern Mich. Kent St. Miami (Ohio) Northern Ill. Ohio Toledo Western Mich. Mid-Continent (6) Centenary (La.) Oakland Oral Roberts Southern Utah Valparaiso Western Ill. Mid-Eastern (7) Bethune-Cookman Coppin St. Delaware St.

76 2007 Division I Baseball Conference Alignment (283 Teams; 30 Conferences) Florida A&M Md.-East. Shore Norfolk St. North Carolina A&T Missouri Valley (9) Bradley Creighton Evansville Illinois St. Indiana St. Missouri St. Northern Iowa Southern Ill. Wichita St. Mountain West (7) Air Force Brigham Young UNLV New Mexico San Diego St. TCU Utah Northeast (8) Central Conn. St. Fairleigh Dickinson Long Island Monmouth Mt. St. Mary s Quinnipiac Sacred Heart Wagner Ohio Valley (10) Austin Peay Eastern Ill. Eastern Ky. Jacksonville St. Morehead St. Murray St. Samford Southeast Mo. St. Tenn.-Martin Tennessee Tech Pacific-10 (9) Arizona Arizona St. California Oregon St. Southern California Stanford UCLA Washington Washington St. Patriot (6) Army Bucknell Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Navy Southeastern (12) Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi St. South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt Southern (10) Appalachian St. Col. of Charleston Citadel Davidson Elon Furman Ga. Southern UNC Greensboro Western Caro. Wofford Southland (11/#12) #Central Ark. Lamar McNeese St. Nicholls St. Northwestern St. Sam Houston St. Southeastern La. Stephen F. Austin *Tex. A&M-Corpus Christi Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas St. Southwestern (10) Alabama A&M Alabama St. Alcorn St. Ark.-Pine Bluff Grambling Jackson St. Mississippi Val. Prairie View Southern U. Texas Southern Sun Belt (11) Ark.-Little Rock Arkansas St. *Fla. Atlantic Florida Int l La.-Lafayette *La.-Monroe Middle Tenn. St. 74 New Orleans South Ala. Troy Western Ky. West Coast (8) Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Pepperdine Portland St. Mary s (Cal.) San Diego San Francisco Santa Clara Western Athletic (7) Fresno St. Hawaii Louisiana Tech Nevada New Mexico St. Sacramento St. San Jose St. Independents (7) *Chicago St. Dallas Baptist Hawaii-Hilo IUPU-Ft. Wayne New York Tech Savannah St. Tex.-Pan American No Longer Division I (2) St. Francis (N.Y.) (dropped sport) Birmingham-So. (dropped sport) New to Division I (0) *New baseball conference member for 2007 #Reclassifying (10) (Year eligible) ^UC Davis (07-08) Cal St. Bakersfield (10-11) ^Central Ark. (10-11) ^Kennesaw St. (09-10) ^Longwood (07-08) ^NJIT (09-10) ^North Dakota St. (08-09) ^North Fla. (09-10) ^Northern Colorado (07-08) ^South Dakota St. (08-09) Provisional (1) (Year eligible) ^Utah Valley St. (09-10) ^Counts in RPI

77 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES PARTICIPANTS ON CURRENT MLB ROSTERS (79) (As of 2007 Opening Day) NATIONAL LEAGUE (39) Arizona (2) Eric Byrnes (UCLA, 1997), Micah Owings (Tulane, 2005) Atlanta (3) Matt Diaz (Florida St., 1998, 99), Tim Hudson (Auburn, 1997), Mark Redman (Oklahoma, 1994, 95) Chicago (3) Cincinnati (4) Jacque Jones (Southern California, 1995), Matt Murton (Georgia Tech, 2002), Mark Prior (Southern California, 2000, 01), Jon Coutlangus (South Carolina, 2002, 2003), Chad Moeller (Southern California, 1995), David Ross (Auburn, 1997, Florida, 1998), Kirk Saarloos (Cal St. Fullerton, 1999, 2001) Colorado (3) Josh Fogg (Florida, 1998), Brad Hawpe (LSU, 2000), Todd Helton (Tennessee, 1995) Florida (1) Joe Borchard (Stanford, 2000) Houston (5) Lance Berkman (Rice, 1997), Chris Burke (Tennessee, 2001), Morgan Ensberg (Southern California, 1998), Mike Lamb (Cal St. Fullerton, 1995), Jason Lane (Southern California, 1998) Los Angeles (2) Nomar Garciaparra (Georgia Tech, 1994), Jeff Kent (California, 1988) Milwaukee (1) Geoff Jenkins (Southern California, 1995) New York (1) Paul LoDuca (Arizona St., 1993) Philadelphia (2) Pat Burrell (Miami, Fla., 1996, 97, 98), Matt Smith (Oklahoma St., 1999) Pittsburgh (1) John Wasdin (Florida St., 1991, 92) San Diego (3) Geoff Blum (California, 1992), Khalil Greene (Clemson, 2000, 02), Terrmel Sledge (Long Beach St., 1998) San Francisco (2) Barry Bonds (Arizona St., 1983, 84), Russ Ortiz (Oklahoma, 1995) St. Louis (5) David Eckstein (Florida, 1996), Randy Flores (USC, 1995), Braden Looper (Wichita St., 1996), Anthony Reyes (Southern California, 2000, 01), Russ Springer (LSU, 1989) Washington (1) Chad Cordero (Cal St. Fullerton, 2001, 03) AMERICAN LEAGUE (40) Baltimore (6) Kris Benson (Clemson, 1996), Chris Gomez (Long Beach St., 1991), Jeremy Guthrie (Stanford, 2001, 02), Boston (5) Aubrey Huff (Miami, Fla., 1997, 98), Jay Payton (Georgia Tech, 1994), Steve Trachsel (Long Beach St., 1991) Manager Terry Francona (Arizona, 1979), Alex Cora (Miami, Fla., 1994, 95, 96), J.D. Drew (Florida St., 1995, 96), Doug Mirabelli (Wichita St., 1991, 92), Jason Varitek (Georgia Tech, 1994) Chicago (1) David Aardsma (Rice, 2002, 03), Cleveland (4) Manager Eric Wedge (Wichita St., 1988, 89), Casey Blake (Wichita St., 1993, 96), Paul Byrd (LSU, 1989, Detroit (0) 90, 91), Ryan Garko (2001, 02, 03), Jason Michaels (Miami, Fla., 1997, 98), Mike Rouse (Cal St. Fullerton, 2001) NONE Kansas City (3) Brian Bannister (Southern California, 2000, 01), Alex Gordon (Nebraska, 2005) Los Angeles (0) NONE Minnesota (1) Manager Ron Gardenhire (Texas, 1979) New York (4) Oakland (7) Jason Giambi (Long Beach St., 1991), Doug Mientkiewicz (Florida St., 1994, 95), Mike Mussina (Stanford, 1988, 90), Scott Proctor (Florida St., 1998) Travis Buck (Arizona St., 2005), Mark Ellis (Florida, 1998), Dan Johnson (Nebraska, 2001), Mark Kotsay/dl (Cal St. Fullerton, 1994, 95), Danny Putnam (2002, 03), Huston Street (Texas, 2002, 03, 04), Todd Walker (LSU, 1993, 94) Seattle (1) Willie Bloomquist (Arizona St., 1998) Tampa Bay (1) Casey Fossum (Texas A&M, 1999) Texas (2) Brad Wilkerson (Florida, 1996, 98) Toronto (5) Troy Glaus (UCLA, 1997), Aaron Hill (LSU, 2003), Reed Johnson (Cal St. Fullerton, 1999), Shaun Marcum (Missouri St., 2003), Brian Tallet (LSU, 2000) 75

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81 BATTING INDIVIDUAL COLLEGE WORLD SERIES SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Most At Bats 7, by 19 players (last time: Justin Turner, 2b, and Brett Pill, 1b, Cal St. Fullerton vs. North Carolina, [5-7, 13 inn.]) Most Runs 5, Brendan Winn, rf, South Carolina vs. Miami (Fla.), (15-11) 5, Oddibe McDowell, cf, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 5, Rick Gama, 2b, Miami (Fla.) vs. Southern California, (15-10) 5, Jeff Christensen, lf, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) 4, by many (last time: Jeff Larish, 1b, Arizona St. vs. Nebraska, [8-7, 11 inn.]) Most Hits 6, Kris Bennett, 3b, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) 5, by 14 players (last time: David Cooper, dh, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Clemson, [7-6]) Most Doubles 3, Jack Bryant, 2b, Wake Forest vs. Western Mich., (10-7) 3, Clint Meyers, c, Arizona St. vs. Penn St., (3-1) 3, Dave Caldwell, rf, Clemson vs. Arizona St., (7-10) 3, Bob Horner, 3b, Arizona St. vs. St. John's (N.Y.), (13-2) 3, Bobby Carlsen, 3b, Oklahoma St. vs LSU, (14-3) 3, Andy Phillips, ss, Alabama vs. Rice, (6-5) 3, Jeff Corsaletti, cf, Florida vs. Nebraska, (7-4) Most Triples 2, by 11 players (last time: Jack Voigt, rf, LSU vs. Florida St., [6-2]) Most Home Runs 3, J. D. Drew, cf, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (11-16) 3, Edmund Muth, cf, Stanford vs. La.-Lafayette, (19-9) 3, Jeff Larish, 1b, Arizona St. vs. Nebraska, (8-7, 11 inn.) 2, by 49 players (last time: Jay Cox, lf, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, [6-5]) Most Inside-the-Park Home Runs 1, last time by Chris Burke, ss, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) Most Grand Slam Home Runs 1, by 44 players (last time: David Coffey, dh, Georgia vs. Tennessee, [12-19]) Most Total Bases 12, J. D. Drew, cf, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (11-16) 12, Marshall McDougall, 2b, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) 12, Edmund Muth, cf, Stanford vs. La.-Lafayette, (19-9) 12, Jeff Larish, 1b, Arizona St. vs. Nebraska, (8-7, 11 inn.) 11, Pete Naton, c, Holy Cross vs. Western Mich., (15-3) 11, Rusty DeBold, ss, Miami (Fla.), vs. Stanford, (17-3) 11, Alberto Concepcion, c, Southern California vs. Georgia, (11-5) Hitting for the Cycle Jerry Kindall, ss, Minnesota vs. Mississippi, (13-5) Most Runs Batted In 7, Carl Thomas, p, Arizona vs. Oregon, (12-1) 7, Stan Holmes, lf, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (10-11, 13 inn.) 7, Mark Kotsay, lf, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Florida St., (10-3) 7, Wes Rachels, 2b, Southern California vs. Arizona St., [21-14]) 7, Kris Bennett, 3b, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) 79

82 BATTING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Stolen Bases 4, Bob Fry, cf, Washington St. vs. Texas, (12-5) 4, Doug Dascenzo, cf, Oklahoma St. vs. Texas, (18-13) 4, Charlton Jimerson, cf, Miami (Fla.) vs. Tennessee, (12-6) 3, by 18 players (last time: Brad Boyer, lf, Arizona vs. Arkansas, [7-2]) Most Steals of Home 1, last time by Steven Feehan, cf, La.-Lafayette vs. Clemson, (5-4) Most Sacrifice Bunts 3, Leland David, ss, Western Mich. vs. Wake Forest, (9-0) 3, Paul Chamberlain, rf, Northern Colo. vs. Lafayette, (10-5) 2, by many players (last time: Brian Friday, ss, Rice vs. Miami (Fla.), [3-2]) Most Sacrifice Flies 2, by 11 players (last time: Carlos Quentin, rf, Stanford vs. South Carolina, [13-6]) Most Hit by Pitches 3, Kurt Suzuki, c, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Stanford, (6-5) 2, by 29 players (last time: Aaron Luna, lf, Rice vs. Oregon St., [0-5]) PITCHING - INDIVIDUAL Most Innings Pitched 15, Steve Arlin, Ohio St. vs. Washington St., (1-0, 15 inn.) 14, Gary Gentry, Arizona St. vs. Stanford, (4-3, 14 inn.) 13 1/3, Rod Poteete, Stanford vs. Arizona St., (3-4, 14 inn.) 13, Don Herrick, Northern Colo. vs. St. John's (N.Y.), (2-3, 13 inn.) 13, Jackson Todd, Oklahoma vs. Temple, (2-1, 13 inn.) Most Innings Pitched in Relief 10, Carl Thomas, Arizona vs. Oklahoma St., (4-5, 14 inn.) 9, Dick Larner, California vs. Yale, (17-4) 9, Tom Borland, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona, (5-4, 14 inn.) 9, Carroll Moore, Houston vs. Boston College, (3-2, 13 inn.) 8 2/3, Kevin Dukes, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (7-4) 8 2/3, Al Osuna, Stanford vs. Texas, (9-3) 8 2/3, Charlie Cruz, Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (2-4) Most Hits Allowed 16, Joe Kazura, New Hampshire vs. Mississippi, (12-13) 15, R. A. Dickey, Tennessee vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (1-11) 14, Jack Shirley, Oklahoma vs. Ohio St., (9-8, 10 inn.) 14, Bill Connors, Syracuse vs. Oklahoma St., (0-8) 14, Ed Molush, Temple vs. Oklahoma, (1-2, 13 inn.) 14, Aaron Rawl, South Carolina vs. Georgia Tech (9-5) Most Runs Allowed 13, Joe Kazura, New Hampshire vs. Mississippi, (12-13) 12, Rob Souza, Miami (Fla.), vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-13) 11, Gayl Bernhardt, Northern Colo. vs. Notre Dame, (2-23) 11, Ken Kempf, Northern Colo. vs. Southern California, (1-12) 11, Mike Skane, Holy Cross vs. Michigan, (4-11) 11, Ben McDonald, LSU vs. Texas, (7-12) 11, R. A. Dickey, Tennessee vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (1-11) 11, Patrick Hicklen, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) 80

83 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Earned Runs Allowed 11, Ben McDonald, LSU vs. Texas, (7-12) 11, Patrick Hicklen, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) 10, Gayl Bernhardt, Northern Colo. vs. Notre Dame, (2-23) 10, Darren Dilks, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (11-10, 13 inn.) 10, James Popoff, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Oklahoma St., (4-14) 10, R. A. Dickey, Tennessee vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (1-11) Most Strikeouts 20, Steve Arlin, Ohio St. vs. Washington St., (1-0, 15 inn.) 17, Ed Bane, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) 16, Harold Stowe, Clemson vs. Arizona, (2-3, 12 inn.) 16, Jim Ward, Arizona vs. Oklahoma St., (2-1) 16, Larry Hankhammer, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (4-2) 16, Gary Gentry, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (7-2) 16, Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Strikeouts (nine-inning game) 17, Ed Bane, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) 16, Jim Ward, Arizona vs. Oklahoma St., (2-1) 16, Larry Hankhammer, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (4-2) 16, Gary Gentry, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (7-2) 16, Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Strikeouts In One Inning 4, last time by Scott Weiss, Stanford vs. Georgia, fifth inning, (5-1) Most Walks 15, James Waldrip, Oklahoma vs. Springfield, (7-1) 12, Rod Keogh, Washington St. vs. Texas, (0-3) 12, Keith Weber, Missouri vs. Minnesota, (4-1) 11, Bob Wasko, Minnesota vs. Southern California, (3-4, 11 inn.) 11, Rich Napolitano, St. John's (N.Y.) vs. North Carolina St., (3-2, 12 inn.) Most Wild Pitches 3, by 14 players (last time: Koley Kolberg, Arizona vs. Georgia, [7-8]) Most Hit Batters 5, Matt Manship, Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (7-5, 10 inn.) 3, Chad Hutchinson, Stanford vs. Auburn, (8-3) 3, Jason Young, Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (9-2) 3, Jon McDonald, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (3-2) 3, Grant Johnson, Notre Dame vs. Stanford, (3-4) 3, Philip Humber, Rice vs. Texas, (5-4) 3, John Hudgins, Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-3) 3, Charley Boyce, Arkansas vs. Texas, (2-13) Most Balks 2, Frank Carbajal, Northern Colo. vs. Clemson, (1-7) 2, Jon Smith, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Nebraska, (5-4) 2, Beau Richardson, Tulane vs. Nebraska, (6-5) Most Pitches Thrown (since 1981) 189, Darren Dilks, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (11-10) 175, Erik Sonberg, Wichita St. vs. Oklahoma St., (13-2) 172, Brooks Kieschnick, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (6-5) 169, Tim Davis, Florida St. vs. California, (5-4) 167, Jason Young, Stanford vs. Florida St., (14-11) 81

84 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Fewest Pitches Thrown (minimum 8 innings pitched; since 1981) 84, John Hudgins, Stanford vs. South Carolina, (8 IP; 8-0) 87, Jeff Niemann, Rice vs. Missouri St., (8+ IP; 4-2) 98, Kyle Bakker, Georgia Tech vs. South Carolina, (8 IP; 11-0) 99, J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.) vs. Florida St., (9 IP; 4-2) 103, Darric Merrell, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Tulane, (8 IP; 11-2) FIELDING INDIVIDUAL Most Putouts 20, Doug Mirabelli, c, Wichita St. vs. Creighton, (3-2, 12 inn.) 19, Dave Thornton, 1b, Temple vs. Oklahoma, (1-2, 13 inn.) 18, Doug Kasimer, 1b, Florida St. vs. Southern California, ( inn.) 18, Kelly Snider, 1b, Oklahoma vs. Arizona St., (0-1, 11 inn.) 18, Luke Prestridge, 1b, Baylor vs. Minnesota, (3-4, 11 inn.) Most Assists 11, Cal Meier, ss, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1,15 inn.) 10, Spike Owen, ss, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (15-8, 13 inn.) 10, Bien Figuero, ss, Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (4-3) 9, Roger Detter, ss, Arizona St. vs. UCLA, (2-1, 11 inn.) 9, Cal Meier, ss, Southern California vs. Delaware, (7-1) 9, Jeff Jacobson, 2b, Michigan vs. Maine, (6-5) 9, Mike Fontenot, 2b, LSU vs. Texas, (13-5) Most Errors 4, Guy Wallace, ss, Texas A&M vs. Utah, (8-15) 4, Carmen Troiso, ss, Penn St. vs. Holy Cross, (4-15) 4, Phil Honeycutt, ss, Tulsa vs. Harvard, (9-8) 4, David Denny, 3b, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (13-18) 3, by many players (last time: Will Harris, 1b, LSU vs. South Carolina, [4-15]) Most Passed Balls 3, Jim Garrett, Fresno St. vs. Arizona, (1-5) 3, Fred Dumler, Oklahoma St. vs. Southern Ill., (1-7) 3, Bryan Kennedy, Long Beach St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (6-3) 2, by many players (last time: Taylor Teagarden, Texas vs. Florida, [4-2]) BATTING - TEAM Most Times at Bat 54, Oklahoma St. vs. Texas, (8-15, 13 inn.) 53, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) 52, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 52, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (15-8, 13 inn.) 52, Stanford vs. Florida St., (11-14, 13 inn.) 52, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (7-5, 13 inn.) Most Times at Bat (nine-inning game) 50, Holy Cross vs. Penn St., (15-4) 49, Arizona St. vs. Wichita St., (19-1) 49, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) 47, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 47, Arizona St. vs. Long Beach St., (14-4) 82

85 BATTING - TEAM (continued) Most Runs 23, Notre Dame vs. Northern Colo., (23-2) 23, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 21, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 21, Miami (Fla.) vs. Tennessee, (21-13) 20, Arizona vs. Northern Colo., (20-0) 20, Cal St. Fullerton vs. LSU, (20-6) Most Runs, One Inning 11, California vs. Yale, ninth inning, (17-4) 11, Seton Hall vs. Texas A&M, eighth inning, (14-5) 11, Stanford vs. South Caro., sixth inning, (15-4) 11, Mississippi St. vs. Ga. Southern, first inning, (15-1) 11, Georgia vs. Stanford, sixth inning, (16-2) 11, Cal St. Fullerton vs. LSU, first inning, (20-6) Most Hits 23, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 23, Arizona St. vs. Wichita St., (19-1) 23, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 21, Duke vs. Oregon St., (18-7) 21, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) 21, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) Most Doubles 7, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 6, Duke vs. Oregon St., (18-7) 6, Arizona St. vs. St. John's (N. Y. ), (13-2) 6, Florida vs. Wichita St., (4-5) 6, Georgia vs. Stanford, (5-1) 6, Texas vs. Georgia, (9-3) Most Triples 4, Holy Cross vs. Western Mich., (15-3) 4, Syracuse vs. Northern Colo., (12-5) 3, by 10 teams (last time: LSU vs. Fresno St., [15-3]) Most Home Runs 8, LSU vs. Southern California, (12-10) 6, LSU vs. Mississippi St., (10-8) 6, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) 6, Southern California vs. Georgia, (11-5) 5, by five teams (last time: Southern California vs. Arizona St., [21-14]) Most Home Runs By Different Players 7, LSU vs. Southern California, (12-10) Most Total Bases 42, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 42, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) 41, Southern California vs. Georgia, (11-5) 39, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 39, LSU vs. Southern California, (12-10) 83

86 BATTING - TEAM (continued) Most Runs Batted In 22, Notre Dame vs. Northern Colo., (23-2) 21, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 20, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 19, Stanford vs. La.-Lafayette, (19-9) 19, Miami (Fla.) vs. Tennessee, (21-13) 19, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) Most Walks 16, Miami (Fla.) vs. UCLA, (7-3, 12 inn.) 15, Springfield vs. Oklahoma, (1-7) 15, Duke vs. Northern Colo., (15-3) 15, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (11-10, 13 inn.) 14, by three teams (last time: Minnesota vs. Missouri, [1-4]) Fewest Strikeouts 0, by nine teams (last time: Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, [4-1]) Most Stolen Bases 7, Rutgers vs. Texas, (4-2) 7, Wake Forest vs. Western Mich., (10-7) 7, Pepperdine vs. Mississippi St., (5-4, 10 inn.) 7, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 7, Clemson vs. Long Beach St., (11-12) Most Stolen Bases In One Inning 4, La.-Lafayette vs. Clemson, , 5th inn. (5-4) Most Sacrifice Bunts 5, Lafayette vs. Northern Colo., (6-2) 5, Michigan St. vs. Rollins, (4-5) 5, California vs. Michigan, (8-9, 11 inn.) 4, by 15 teams (last time: Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, [3-4]) Most Sacrifice Flies 3, by 10 teams (last time: Texas vs. South Carolina, [12-6]) PITCHING - TEAM Most Earned Runs Allowed 22, Northern Colo. vs. Notre Dame, (2-23) 21, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 21, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) 18, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (12-23) 17, Stanford vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-17) Most Strikeouts 20, Ohio St. vs. Washington St., (1-0, 15 inn.) 19, Wichita St. vs. Creighton, (3-2, 12 inn.) 19, Clemson vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-7) 17, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) 16, by eight teams (last time: Southern California vs. Georgia, [11-5]) 84

87 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Most Strikeouts (nine-inning game) 19, Clemson vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-7) 17, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma, (1-0) 16, Arizona vs. Oklahoma St., (2-1) 16, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (4-2) 16, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (7-2) 16, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 16, Southern California vs. Georgia, (11-5) Most Wild Pitches 6, Long Beach St. vs. Arizona St., (4-14) 5, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) 4, Texas vs. Arizona St., (2-5) 4, Florida St. vs. Arizona, (5-9) 4, Florida St. vs. Florida, (2-5) 4, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) 4, Mississippi St. vs. Florida, (14-13) 4, Clemson vs. Stanford, (4-10) Most Batters Hit 5, Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (7-5, 10 inn.) 5, Arkansas vs. Texas, (2-13) 4, Miami (Fla.) vs. Texas, (2-13) 4, Texas vs. Stanford, (8-6, 12 inn.) 4, Stanford vs. LSU, (5-6) 4, Texas vs. Rice, (2-12) 4, Rice vs. Texas, (5-4) 3, by 25 teams (last time: Rice vs. Oregon St., [0-5]) Most Balks 2, Northern Colo. vs. Clemson, (1-7) 2, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Wichita St., (0-7) 2, James Madison vs. Texas, (0-12) 2, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Nebraska, (5-4) 2, Tulane vs. Nebraska, (6-5) Most Pitchers Used 7, LSU vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-20) 7, LSU vs. Stanford, (13-9) 7, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) 7, Clemson vs. Stanford, (4-10) 7, Stanford vs. Tulane, (13-11) 7, Miami (Fla.) vs. Tennessee, (21-13) 7, Nebraska vs. Clemson, (10-11) 7, Texas vs. Rice, (2-12) Most Pitches Thrown (since 1981) 262, Oklahoma St. vs. Texas, (8-15, 13 inn.) 260, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (10-11, 13 inn.) 259, UCLA vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-7, 12 inn.) 257, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (11-10, 13 inn.) 252, Stanford vs. Florida St., (11-14, 13 inn.) Most Pitches Thrown, (nine-inning game since 1981) 213, Oklahoma St. vs. Wichita St., (4-10) 212, Stanford vs. Florida St., (6-8) 211, LSU vs. Wichita St., (9-8) 210, Clemson vs. Nebraska, (11-10) 208, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) 85

88 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Fewest Pitches Thrown (since 1981) 83, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Stanford, (1-4) 93, Stanford vs. South Carolina, (8-0) 95, Rice vs. Missouri St., (4-2) 98, Stanford vs. South Carolina, (15-4) 99, Miami (Fla.) vs. Florida St., (4-2) FIELDING - TEAM Most Assists 23, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 23, Arkansas vs. South Carolina, (1-0, 14 inn.) 22, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 22, Miami (Fla.) vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (4-3) 21, by seven teams (last time: Miami [Fla.] vs. California, [4-3, 13 inn.]) Most Assists (nine-inning game) 22, Miami (Fla.) vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (4-3) 21, Missouri vs. Holy Cross, (3-7) 21, Missouri vs. Maine, (2-1) 21, Cal St. L.A. vs. Southern Ill., (7-9) 21, Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (4-3) Fewest Assists 3, Texas vs. Michigan, (6-4) 3, Oklahoma St. vs. Colgate, (4-2) 3, Arizona vs. Oklahoma St., (2-1) 3, Arizona vs. Missouri, (6-4) 3, Mississippi vs. Southern Ill., (8-1) 3, Iowa vs. Arizona St., (1-2) 3, South Carolina vs. Texas, (1-5) Most Errors 9, Northern Colo. vs. Arizona, (0-20) 9, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (13-18) 8, Florida St. vs. Santa Clara, (6-11) 8, Miami (Fla.) vs. Arizona St., (6-9) 7, by five teams (last time: Citadel vs. Cal St. Fullerton, [8-7, 12 inn.]) Most Double Plays 5, Southern California vs. Wake Forest, (1-2, 12 inn.) 5, Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (2-4) 4, by 19 teams (last time: Mississippi St. vs. Alabama, [5-9]) Most Triple Plays 1, Southern California vs. Yale, (3-1) 1, Rutgers vs. Washington St., (1-3) 1, St. John's (N.Y.) vs. Hawaii, (2-7) Most Passed Balls 5, Fresno St. vs. Arizona, (1-5) 3, Clemson vs. Penn St., (0-7) 3, Minnesota vs. Southern California, (12-11, 10 inn.) 3, Oklahoma St. vs. Southern Ill., (1-7) 3, Long Beach St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (6-3) 86

89 BATTING - BOTH TEAMS Most Times at Bat 106, Oklahoma St. (54) vs. Texas (52), (8-15, 13 inn.) 105, Florida St. (53) vs. Stanford (52), (14-11, 13 inn.) 102, Southern California (52) vs. Florida St. (50), (2-1, 15 inn.) 101, Texas (51) vs. Southern California (50), (7-8, 14 inn.) 100, North Carolina (52) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (48), (7-5, 13 inn.) Most Times at Bat (nine-inning game) 89, Tennessee (49) vs. Miami (Fla.) (40), (13-21) 88, Arizona St. (47) vs. Oklahoma St. (41), (23-12) 87, Southern California (46) vs. Arizona St. (41), (21-14) 86, Clemson (43) vs. Alabama (43), (14-13) 85, Tennessee (47) vs. Georgia (38), (19-12) 85, South Carolina (44) vs. LSU (41), (15-4) Most Runs 35, Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), , Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), , Miami (Fla.) (21) vs. Tennessee (13), , Oklahoma St. (18) vs. Texas (13), , Tennessee (19) vs. Georgia (12), Most Hits 41, Tennessee (21) vs. Miami (Fla.) (20), (13-21) 39, Southern California (23) vs. Arizona St. (16), (21-14) 37, Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (14), (23-12) 36, Southern California (19) vs. Florida (17), (12-10) 35, Florida St. (19) vs. Stanford (16), (14-11, 13 inn.) 35, Tennessee (21) vs. Georgia (14), (19-12) 35, South Carolina (19) vs. LSU (16), (15-4) Most Doubles 9, Duke (6) vs. Oregon St. (3), (18-7) 9, Clemson (5) vs. Arizona St. (4), (7-10) 9, Arizona St. (7) vs. Oklahoma St. (2), (23-12) 9, Stanford (5) vs. Cal St.Fullerton (4), (5-6) 8, Six times (last time: Texas [5] vs. South Carolina [3], [12-6]) Most Triples 5, New Hampshire (3) vs. Mississippi (2), (12-13) 4, Holy Cross (4) vs. Western Mich. (0), (15-3) 4, Syracuse (4) vs. Northern Colo. (0), (12-5) 4, Santa Clara (2) vs. Florida St. (2), (11-6) 4, New York U. (2) vs. Massachusetts (2), (9-2) Most Home Runs 10, LSU (8) vs. Southern California (2), (12-10) 9, Southern California (5) vs. Arizona St. (4), (21-14) 8, Florida St. (6) vs. Stanford (2), (14-11, 13 inn.) 8, Stanford (4) vs. La.-Lafayette (4), (19-9) 7, Five times (last time: Southern California [6] vs. Georgia [1], [11-5]) Most Total Bases 71, Southern California (42) vs. Arizona St. (29), (21-14) 68, Florida St. (42) vs. Stanford (26), (14-11, 13 inn.) 66, Miami (Fla.) (36) vs. Tennessee (30), (21-13) 60, Arizona St. (39) vs. Oklahoma St. (21), (23-12) 60, Tennessee (37) vs. Georgia (23), (19-12) 87

90 BATTING - BOTH TEAMS Most Runs Batted In 34, Southern California (20) vs. Arizona St. (14), (21-14) 33, Arizona St. (21) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), (23-12) 31, Miami (Fla.) (19) vs. Tennessee (12), (21-13) 30, Tennessee (19) vs. Georgia (11), (19-12) 27, Stanford (19) vs. La.-Lafayette (8), (19-9) Most Walks 25, Oklahoma St. (15) vs. Arizona St. (10), (11-10, 13 inn.) 23, Springfield (15) vs. Oklahoma (8), (1-7) 21, Minnesota (12) vs. Southern California (9), (12-11, 10 inn.) 21, Duke (15) vs. Northern Colo. (6), (15-3) 21, Clemson (12) vs. Nebraska (9), (11-10) Most Stolen Bases 11, Clemson (7) vs. Long Beach St. (4), (11-12) 9, Ohio St. (6) vs. Houston (3), (6-7) 9, Arizona St. (7) vs. Oklahoma St. (2), (23-12) 8, Maine (5) vs. South Carolina (3), (7-12) 8, California (5) vs. Florida (3), , (5-6) 8, Miami (Fla.) (4) vs. Tennessee (4), (21-13) Most Caught Stealing 6, Oklahoma St. (3) vs. Indiana St. (3), (4-0) Most Sacrifice Bunts 7, Arizona (4) vs. Oklahoma St. (3), (4-5, 14 inn.) 7, Michigan State (5) vs. Rollins (2), (4-5) 7, California (5) vs. Michigan (2), (8-9, 11 inn.) 6, Santa Clara (4) vs. Missouri (2), (7-4, 12 inn.) 5, 12 times (last time: Texas (5) vs. Baylor (0), [5-1]) Most Sacrifice Flies 5, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. LSU (2), (8-9) 4, Oklahoma St. (3) vs. Texas (1), (18-13) 4, Stanford (3) vs. Texas (1), (8-7) 4, Texas (3) vs. South Carolina (1), (12-6) 3, 11 times (last time: Florida (2) vs. Tennessee (1), [6-4]) PITCHING - BOTH TEAMS Most Earned Runs Allowed 34, Tennessee (21) vs. Miami (Fla.) (13), (13-21) 32, Arizona St. (21) vs. Southern California (11), (14-21) 30, Oklahoma St. (18) vs. Arizona St. (12), (12-23) 27, Florida (14) vs. Mississippi St. (13), (13-14) 26, Florida St. (16) vs. Southern California (10), (11-16) 26, Alabama (14) vs. Clemson (12), (13-14) 26, Georgia (15) vs. Tennessee (11), (12-19) Most Strikeouts 31, Santa Clara (16) vs. Michigan (15), (4-5, 15 inn.) 29, Texas (16) vs. Southern California (13), (7-8, 14 inn.) 27, Wichita St. (19) vs. Creighton (8), (3-2, 12 inn.) 26, Florida St. (15) vs. Southern California (11), (1-2, 15 inn.) 25, nine times (last time: North Carolina (15) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (10), [7-5, 13 inn.]) 88

91 PITCHING - BOTH TEAMS (continued) Most Strikeouts (nine-inning game) 25, Florida St. (14) vs. Dartmouth (11), (6-0) 25, South Carolina (14) vs. Cal St. L.A. (11), (6-2) 25, Texas (14) vs. LSU (11), (12-7) 25, LSU (15) vs. Alabama (10), (13-6) 24, Clemson (14) vs. Miami [Fla.] (10), 6-5) 24, Alabama (13) vs. Rice (11), (6-5) Most Batters Hit 8, Arkansas (5) vs. Texas (3), (2-13) 6, Stanford (4) vs. LSU (2), (5-6) 6, Stanford (5) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (1), (7-5, 10 inn.) 5, Stanford (3) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (2), (9-2) 5, Southern California (3) vs. Tennessee (2), (2-10) 5, Rice (3) vs. Oregon St. (2), (0-5) Most Wild Pitches 7, Tennessee (5) vs. Miami (Fla.) (2), (13-21) 6, Long Beach St. (6) vs. Arizona St. (0), (4-14) 5, Texas (4) vs. Arizona St. (1), (2-5) 5, Temple (3) vs. Southern Ill. (2), (5-10) 5, Stanford (3) vs. Rice (2), (8-3) 5, Arizona (3) vs. Georgia (2), (7-8) Most Balks 3, Tulane (2) vs. Nebraska (1), (6-5) 2, Southern California (1) vs. Connecticut (1), (5-4, 11 inn.) 2, Cal St. Fullerton (2) vs. Wichita St. (0), (0-7) 2, James Madison (2) vs. Texas (0), (0-12) 2, James Madison (1) vs. Stanford (1), (1-3) 2, Cal St. Fullerton (2) vs. Nebraska (0), (5-4) 2, Tennessee (1) vs. Georgia (1), (19-12) 2, South Carolina (1) vs. Miami (Fla.) (1), (15-11) Most Pitchers Used 13, Nebraska (7) vs. Clemson (6), (10-11) 12, Miami (Fla.) (6) vs. Southern California (6), (15-10) 12, Stanford (7) vs. Tulane (5), (13-11) 12, Miami (Fla.) (7) vs. Tennessee (5), (21-13) 11, LSU (7) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (4), (6-20) 11, Tennessee (6) vs. Miami (Fla.) (5), (6-12) 11, Nebraska (6) vs. South Carolina (5), (8-10) Most Pitches Thrown (since 1981) 517, Arizona St. (260) vs. Oklahoma St. (257), (10-11, 13 inn.) 487, Stanford (252) vs. Florida St., (235), (11-14, 13 inn.) 458, Oklahoma St. (262) vs. Texas (196), (8-15, 13 inn.) 430, UCLA (259) vs. Miami (Fla.) (171), (3-7, 12 inn.) 427, North Carolina (236) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (191), (7-5, 13 inn.) 409, Tennessee (208) vs. Miami (Fla.) (201), (13-21) Most Pitches Thrown (nine-inning game since 1981) 409, Tennessee (208) vs. Miami (Fla.) (201), (13-21) 395, Tulane (198) vs. Stanford (197), (11-13) 391, Clemson (210) vs. Nebraska (181), (11-10) 389, Mississippi St. (203) vs. Florida (186), (14-13) 386, LSU (211) vs. Wichita St. (175), (9-8) 89

92 FIELDING -- BOTH TEAMS Most Assists 40, Santa Clara (22) vs. Michigan (18), (4-5, 15 inn.) 39, Southern California (23) vs. Florida St. (16), (2-1, 15 inn.) 39, Oklahoma (20) vs. Temple (19), (2-1, 13 inn.) 39, California (20) vs. Michigan (19), (8-9, 11 inn.) 38, Arkansas (23) vs. South Carolina (15), (1-0, 14 inn.) Most Assists (nine-inning game) 36, Mississippi St. (19) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (17), (6-1) 36, Oklahoma (18) vs. Georgia Tech (18), (13-5) 36, Oregon St. (19) vs. North Carolina (17), (3-4) 34, Southern California (17) vs. Arizona St. (17), (5-2) 34, Arkansas (17) vs. Pepperdine (17), (5-4) 34, Arizona (19) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (15), (3-16) 34, LSU (19) vs. Maine (15), (8-4) Fewest Assists 8, Iowa (3) vs. Arizona St. (5), (1-2) 9, Arizona (4) vs. Northern Colo. (5), (20-0) 9, Dartmouth (4) vs. Southern California (5), (1-6) 10, Arizona St. (4) vs. Maine (6), (2-4) 11, four times (last time: Stanford (4) vs. LSU (7), [9-13]) Most Errors 12, Texas (9) vs. Oklahoma St. (3), (13-18) 11, Texas A&M (7) vs. Utah (4), (8-15) 11, Minnesota (5) vs. Mississippi (6), (13-5) 10, South Carolina (5) vs. Maine (5), (12-7) 10, Tufts (6) vs. Bradley (4), (5-4) 10, Ga. Southern (6) vs. Stanford (4), (4-5, 10 inn.) Most Double Plays 8, Minnesota (4) vs. Oklahoma St. (4), (3-1) 7, Southern California (5) vs. Wake Forest (2), (1-2, 12 inn.) 6, Oklahoma St. (4) vs. Mississippi St. (2), (3-12) 6, Stanford (4) vs. Oklahoma St. (2), (9-5) 6, Cal St. Fullerton (4) vs. Georgia Tech (2), (2-3, 12 inn.) 6, Florida St. (5) vs. Miami (Fla.) (1), (2-4) 6, Long Beach St. (3) vs. Miami (Fla.) (3), (6-3) Most Passed Balls 4, Clemson (3) vs. Penn St. (1), (0-7) 3, eight times (last time: Long Beach St. (3) vs. Miami (Fla.) (0), [6-3]) MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Longest Game by Innings 15, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4) 15, Ohio St. vs. Washington St., (1-0) 15, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1) 14, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona, (5-4) 14, Arizona St. vs. Stanford, (4-3) 14, Southern California vs. Texas, (8-7) 14, Arkansas vs. South Carolina, (1-0) 90

93 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS (continued) Longest Game by Time 5:00, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (11-10, 13 inn.) 4:53, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (7-5, 13 inn.) 4:42, Miami (Fla.) vs. UCLA, (7-3, 12 inn.) 4:41, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (15-8, 13 inn.) 4:35, Florida St. vs. Stanford, (14-11, 13 inn.) Longest Game by Time (nine-inning game) 4:21, Miami (Fla.) vs. Tennessee, (21-13) 4:18, Stanford vs. Tulane, (13-11) 4:05, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Clemson, (7-6) 4:01, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (23-12) 4:01, Clemson vs. Nebraska, (11-10) Shortest Game by Innings 6, South Carolina vs. Eastern Mich., (5-1) 7, Washington St. vs. Alabama, (9-1) 7, Stanford vs. Auburn, (5-3) Shortest Game by Time 1:13, South Carolina vs. Eastern Mich., (5-1, 6 inn.) 1:35, Arizona St. vs. South Carolina, (2-1) 1:39, Arizona St. vs. Tulsa, (10-1) 1:44, Massachusetts vs. Southern Ill., (2-0) 1:45, three times (last time: Arizona St. vs. Temple, [1-0]) Most Players Left on Base by One Team 19, Houston vs. Boston College, (3-2, 13 inn.) 19, Oklahoma St. vs Arizona St., (11-10, 13 inn.) 18, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona, (5-4, 14 inn.) 18, California vs. Michigan, (8-9, 11 inn.) 17, Springfield vs. Oklahoma, (1-7) 17, Miami (Fla.) vs. UCLA, (7-3, 12 inn.) Most Players Left on Base by One Team (nine-inning game) 17, Springfield vs. Oklahoma, (1-7) 16, Texas vs. Washington St., (3-0) 16, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 16, Minnesota vs. Missouri, (1-4) 16, Florida St. vs. Stanford, , (8-6) Most Players Left on Base by Two Teams 34, Oklahoma St. (18) vs. Arizona (16), (5-4, 14 inn.) 31, Houston (19) vs. Boston College (12), (3-2, 13 inn.) 30, Springfield (17) vs. Oklahoma (13), (1-7) 29, Miami [Fla.] (16) vs. California (13), (4-3, 13 inn.) 28, Oklahoma (16) vs. Ohio St. (12), (9-8, 10 inn.) 28, Notre Dame (15) vs. Penn St. (13), (4-5) Most Players Left on Base by Two Teams (nine-inning game) 30, Springfield (17) vs. Oklahoma (13), (1-7) 28, Notre Dame (15) vs. Penn St. (13), (4-5) 26, Maine (14) vs. Arizona St. (12), (4-2) 26, Florida (14) vs. Tennessee (12), (6-4) 25, six times (last time: LSU (14) vs. South Carolina (11) (4-15) 91

94 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS (continued) Fewest Players Left on Base by One Team 0, Michigan vs. Stanford, (4-0) 1, Michigan vs. Texas, (3-1) 1, Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (4-1) 1, Missouri St. vs. Rice, (2-4) 2, by 22 teams (last time: Rice vs. Missouri St., [4-2]) Fewest Players Left on Base by Two Teams 3, Missouri St. (1) vs. Rice (2), (2-4) 5, Stanford (2) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (3), (9-5) 5, Stanford (1) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (4), (4-1) 6, Temple (2) vs. Arizona St. (4), (0-1) 7, five times (last time: Alabama (4) vs. Miami (Fla.) (3), [8-6]) Most Players Used by One Team 22, Oklahoma vs. Texas, (3-15) 22, LSU vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-20) 21, Michigan vs. New Orleans, (3-11) 21, Southern California vs. Miami (Fla.), (10-15) 20, Cal St. Fullerton vs. LSU, (20-6) 20, Clemson vs. Stanford, (4-10) Most Players Used by Both Teams 42, LSU (22) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (20), (6-20) 38, LSU (19) vs. Florida (19), (19-8) 38, Oklahoma (22) vs. Texas (16), (3-15) 37, Southern California (21) vs. Miami (Fla.) (16), (10-15) 37, Tennessee (19) vs. Miami (Fla.) (18), (13-21) Largest Winning Margin 21, Notre Dame vs. Northern Colo., (23-2) 20, Arizona vs. Northern Colo., (20-0) 18, Arizona St. vs. Wichita St., (19-1) 15, Southern Ill. vs. St. John's (N.Y.), (15-0) 14, six times (last time: Miami (Fla.) vs. Alabama, [15-1]) Most Runs by a Losing Team 14, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 13, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (13-18) 13, Alabama vs. Clemson, (13-14) 13, Florida vs. Mississippi St., (13-14) 13, Tennessee vs. Miami (Fla.), (13-21) Largest Margin Overcome for Victory 9 (in the 7th inning), Minnesota vs. Southern California, (12-11, 10 inn.) 8 (in the 7th inning), Texas vs. Mississippi, (9-8) 8 (in the 5th inning), Stanford vs. Tulane, (13-11) 7 (in the 9th inning), Southern California vs. Minnesota, (8-7) 7 (in the 7th inning), Arizona vs. Maine, (8-7) 7 (in the 7 th inning), Baylor vs. Tulane, (8-7) Most Runs Scored in an Extra Inning 8, Georgia Tech vs. Florida St., (12-4, 10 inn.) 7, Texas vs. Oklahoma St., (15-8, 13 inn.) 92

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97 CWS SERIES RECORDS BATTING INDIVIDUAL Highest Batting Average (minimum 15 at bats) *.714 (10-14), Jim Morris, Notre Dame, 4 games, (11-18), John Gall, Stanford, 4 games, ( 9-15), Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., 4 games, (10-17), Jay Pecci, Stanford, 4 games, (10-17), Danny Matienzo, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, (12-21) Steve Pearse, South Carolina, 5 games, ( 9-16), Mark Standiford, Wichita St., 4 games, ( 9-16), Rick Gutierrez, Oklahoma, 4 games, ( 9-16), Antone Williamson, Arizona St., 4 games, ( 9-16), Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, ( 9-16), Victor Menocal, Georgia Tech, 3 games, 2002 *Morris still would lead (.667) even adding an 0-for-1 to his totals to make the minimum for at bats. Most At Bats 35, Jonny Ash, Stanford, 8 games, , Sam Fuld, Stanford, 8 games, , Art Moossman, Holy Cross, 7 games, , Paul Brissett, Holy Cross, 7 games, , Frank Matrango, Holy Cross, 7 games, , John Boccabella, Santa Clara, 6 games, , Jed Lowrie, Stanford, 8 games, , David Pflepson, Minnesota, 6 games, , John Giovanola, Santa Clara, 6 games, , Tim Cullen, Santa Clara, 6 games, , Danny Putnam, Stanford, 8 games, , Darwin Barney, Oregon St., 8 games, 2006 Most Runs 11, John Turco, Holy Cross, 7 games, , Chris Powell, Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Sal Bando, Arizona St., 6 games, , Bill Bates, Texas, 6 games, , Steve Daniel, Tennessee, 4 games, 2001 Most Hits 15, Jason Lane, Southern California, 6 games, , Joe Caruso, Alabama, 6 games, , Jonny Ash, Stanford, 8 games, , Pete Van Horne, Arizona, 6 games, , Stan Holmes, Arizona St., 6 games, , John Fishel, Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, 1984 Most Consecutive Hits 8, Dave Magadan, Alabama, June 4, 7, , Barry Bonds, Arizona St., June 2, 5, 7, , Terry Francona, Arizona, June 4, 5, , David Cooper, Cal St. Fullerton, June 18, 20, 21, 2006 Most Doubles 4, by 16 players (last time: Brett Pill, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 2006) Most Triples 3, Buddy Chain, Mississippi, 4 games, , Sonny Siebert, Missouri, 6 games, , Arthur Ersepke, Southern California, 6 games,

98 BATTING INDIVIDUAL (continued) 2, by 31 players (last time: Chad Flack, North Carolina, 6 games, 2006 and Cole Gillespie, Oregon St., 8 games, 2006) Most Home Runs 4, Bud Hollowell, Southern California, 6 games, , Gary Hymel, LSU, 4 games, , J. D. Drew, Florida St., 3 games, , Geoff Jenkins, Southern California, 6 games, , Jason Lane, Southern California, 6 games, , Brad Ticehurst, Southern California, 6 games, , Edmond Muth, Stanford, 4 games, 2000 Most Leadoff Home Runs 2, Charlton Jimerson, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, 2001 Most Total Bases 31, Jason Lane, Southern California, 6 games, , Geoff Jenkins, Southern California, 6 games, , Sal Bando, Arizona St., 6 games, , Jonny Ash, Stanford, 8 games, , Joe Caruso, Alabama, 6 games, , by four players (last time: Marshall McDougall, Florida St., 6 games, 1999) Highest Slugging Percentage (minimum 15 at bats) (19-15), Kevin Brown, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, (20-16), Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, (18-15), Scott Schroeffel, Tennessee, 4 games, (20-17), Danny Matienzo, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, (18-16), Jeff Larish, Arizona St., 5 games, 2005 Most Runs Batted In 17, Stan Holmes, Arizona St., 6 games, , Robb Gorr, Southern California, 6 games, , Russ Morman, Wichita St., 5 games, , Todd Walker, LSU, 5 games, , Bob Horner, Arizona St., 5 games, , Martin Peralta, Arizona St., 6 games, , Phil Nevin, Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Kris Bennett, Tennessee, 4 games, 2001 Most Base on Balls (Since 1975) 8, by nine players (last time: Andrew Beinbrink, Arizona St., 4 games, 1998) Most Stolen Bases 8, Calvin James, Miami (Fla.), 6 games, , Tommy Hinzo, Arizona, 5 games, , Roger Detter, Arizona St., 6 games, , Tim Gloyd, Pepperdine, 5 games, , Charlton Jimerson, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, 2001 Most Sacrifice Bunts 5, Drew Stubbs, Texas, 5 games, , Leland David, Western Mich., 5 games, , Ralph Hochgrebe, Missouri, 6 games, , Paul Merch, Oklahoma St., 6 games, , Ron Stillwell, Southern California, 6 games, , Brian Whatley, Long Beach St., 5 games, , Greg Hanoian, Southern California, 6 games,

99 BATTING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Sacrifice Flies 3, Jim Ifland, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Carlos Quentin, Stanford, 8 games, , by many players (last time: Chris Kunda and Bill Rowe, Oregon St., 8 games, 2006) Most Hit by Pitch 5, Aaron Luna, Rice, 4 games, , Kurt Suzuki, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , by nine players (last time: Brandon Tripp, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 2006) PITCHING INDIVIDUAL Lowest Earned Run Average (minimum 18 innings) 0.50 (1-18), Jerry Thomas, Minnesota, 2 games, (1-18), Craig Swan, Arizona St., 2 games, (1-18), Jim Crawford, Arizona St., 2 games, (2-23 2/3), Kevin Fowler, Oklahoma St., 3 games, (2-23), Gary Gentry, Arizona St., 2 games, (2-21 1/3), Bill Thom, Southern California, 3 games, (2-21 1/3), Jonah Nickerson, Oregon St., 3 games, (2-21), Larry Gura, Arizona St., 4 games, (2-20 2/3), Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 5 games, (2-20 1/3), Joe Ferris, Maine, 3 games, (2-20), Lerrin LaGrow, Arizona St., 2 games, 1969 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (minimum 14 innings) 0, John Stewart, Southern California, 16 1/3 innings, 5 games, , Darrell Jackson, Arizona St., 15 1/3 innings, 2 games, , Burt Hooton, Texas, 15 innings, 2 games, , Russ McQueen, Southern California, 14 innings, 4 games, , Jackson Todd, Oklahoma, 14 innings, 2 games, , Patrick Ahearne, Pepperdine, 14 innings, 2 games, 1992 Most Wins 3, James O'Neill, Holy Cross, 3 games, , Joseph Pollack, Minnesota, 3 games, , Russ McQueen, Southern California, 4 games, , George Milke, Southern California, 3 games, , Bob Chaulk, Arizona, 3 games, , Kevin Sheary, Miami (Fla.), 3 games, , Greg Brummett, Wichita St., 3 games, , John Hudgins, Stanford, 3 games, 2003 Most Losses 2, by 39 players (last time: Bryan Ball, Florida, 2 games, 2005) Most Saves 4, Huston Street, Texas, 4 games, , Terry Ray, Texas, 3 games, , Tony Hudson, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Dan Smith, Miami (Fla.), 5 games, , Jim Newlin, Wichita St., 5 games, , Michael Neu, Miami (Fla.), 4 games, , Jeff Bruksch, Stanford, 4 games, , Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., 5 games,

100 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Appearances 5, Jessie Smith, Texas, , Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Dan Smith, Miami (Fla.), , Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), , Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), , Richie Lewis, Florida St., , Jim Newlin, Wichita St., , Jack Krawczyk, Southern California, , J. Brent Cox, Texas, , J. Brent Cox, Texas, , Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., 2006 Most Games Started 3, by many players (last time: Jonah Nickerson, Oregon St., 3 games, 2006) Most Complete Games 3, James O'Neill, Holy Cross, 3 games , Joseph Pollack, Minnesota, 3 games, , Greg Swindell, Texas, 3 games, , by many players (last time: Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, 3 games, 2004) Most Games Finished 5, Jessie Smith, Texas, 5 games, , Dan Smith, Miami (Fla.), 5 games, , Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), 5 games, , Jim Newlin, Wichita St., 5 games, , J. Brent Cox, Texas, 5 games, , Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., 5 games, 2006 Most Innings Pitched 27 2/3, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, 5 games, , Jim O'Neill, Holy Cross, 3 games, , Joseph Pollack, Minnesota, 3 games, /3, Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 4 games, , Walter Peterson, Southern California, 3 games, , Greg Swindell, Texas, 3 games, 1985 Fewest Hits Allowed (minimum 10 innings) 0, Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St., 11 innings, 4 games, , James Bobel, Michigan, 11 innings, 2 games, , Dan Ricabal, Cal St. Fullerton, 11 innings, 3 games, , J. Brent Cox, Texas, 10.1 innings, 5 games, , by 10 players (most innings: Burt Hooton, Texas, 15 innings, 2 games, 1969) Fewest Hits Allowed (minimum 20 innings) 5, Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 20 2/3 innings, 5 games, , Kevin Dukes, Arizona St., 22 innings, 4 games, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 26 1/3 innings, 4 games, , Lerrin LaGrow, Arizona St., 20 innings, 2 games, , Dave Fleming, Georgia, 21 innings, 3 games, , Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, 21 innings, 3 games, 2004 Most Hits Allowed 25, Walter Peterson, Southern California, 3 games, , Stan Jakubowski, Miami (Fla.), 3 games, , Joseph Pollack, Minnesota, 5 games, , Dewey Robinson, Southern Ill., 5 games, , Pat Hope, Oklahoma St., 3 games,

101 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Runs Allowed 20, Rob Souza, Miami (Fla.), 2 games, , Ben McDonald, LSU, 3 games, , Jeff Ballard, Stanford, 2 games, , by five players (last time: Kris Benson, Clemson, 2 games, 1996) Most Earned Runs Allowed 15, Ben McDonald, LSU, 3 games, , Jeff Ballard, Stanford, 2 games, , Darren Dilkes, Oklahoma St., 3 games, , Cecil Burford, Mississippi, 2 games, , Kris Benson, Clemson, 2 games, 1996 Fewest Walks Allowed (minimum 15 innings) 0, Roger Clemens, Texas, 17 2/3 innings, 2 games, , Gilbert Heredia, Arizona, 16 innings, 2 games, , Chuck Hartenstein, Texas, 19 innings, 2 games, , Steve Rogers, Tulsa, 16 1/3 innings, 2 games, , Craig Swan, Arizona St., 18 innings, 2 games, 1972 Most Walks Allowed 20, Rod Keogh, Washington St., 2 games, , Keith Weber, Missouri, 3 games, , James Waldrip, Oklahoma, 1 game, , Walter Peterson, Southern California, 3 games, , Jerry Don Gleaton, Texas, 2 games, , Kevin Dukes, Arizona St., 4 games, 1981 Most Strikeouts 38, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, 5 games, , Gary Gentry, Arizona St., 2 games, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 4 games, , Dave Winfield, Minnesota, 2 games, , Greg Swindell, Texas, 3 games, , Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, 3 games, 2004 Most Wild Pitches 6, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, 5 games, , Don Reifler, Texas, 2 games, , Linty Ingram, Arizona St., 4 games, , Patrick Coogan, LSU, 3 games, , by 23 players (last time: Koley Kolberg, Arizona, 2 games, 2004) Most Hit Batters 6, Matt Manship, Stanford, 3 games, , Chad Hutchinson, Stanford, 2 games, , Aaron Kramer, Arizona St., 4 games, , Jason Young, Stanford, 2 games, , Roy Peterson, Oklahoma St., 2 games, , by 16 players (last time: Andrew Miller, North Carolina, 4 games, 2006) Most Balks 2, Frank Carbajal, Northern Colo., 1 game, , Rick Keeton, Southern Ill., 2 games, , Curt Krippner, Texas, 3 games, , Trey Hodges, LSU, 3 games, , Jon Smith, Cal St. Fullerton, 2 games, , Beau Richardson, Tulane, 1 game, , J.P. Howell, Texas, 2 games,

102 FIELDING INDIVIDUAL Most Putouts 87, Bill Rowe, 1b, Oregon St., 8 games, , Tim Wallach, 1b, Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Matt LaPorta, 1b, Florida, 6 games, , Steve Willis, 1b, Arizona St., 6 games, , Brian Hall, 1b, Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Assists 36, Chris Kunda, 2b, Oregon St., 8 games, , Cal Meier, ss, Southern California, 5 games, , P. J. Forbes, 2b, Wichita St., 6 games, , Spike Owen, ss, Texas, 5 games, , Jed Lowrie, 2b, Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Chances Without an Error 95, Bill Rowe, 1b, Oregon St., 8 games, , Steve Willis, 1b, Arizona St., 6 games, , Matt LaPorta, 1b, Florida, 6 games, , Wes Clements, 1b, Arizona, 6 games, , Stuart Benson, c, Texas, 6 games, , Brian Hall, 1b, Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Errors 8, Gary LeFevers, ss, Arizona, 4 games, , Carmen Troiso, ss, Penn St., 4 games, , Craig Sorensen, 3b, Arizona, 6 games, , Phil Honeycutt, ss, Tulsa, 5 games, , Hubie Brooks, ss, Arizona St., 5 games, 1978 BATTING TEAM Highest Batting Average (Min. 4 games).394 (63-160), Tennessee, 4 games, (88-233), Southern California, 6 games, (57-151), Miami (Fla.), 4 games, (53-142), Miami (Fla.), 4 games, (54-145), Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 1995 Most At Bats 273, Stanford, 8 games, , Holy Cross, 7 games, , Oregon St., 8 games, , Santa Clara, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, 1998 Most Runs 62, Southern California, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Holy Cross, 7 games, , Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Runs Per Game (Min. 4 games) 12.3, Miami, 49 runs in 4 games, , LSU, 48 in 4, , Arizona St., 48 in 4, , Tennessee, 48 in 4, , Notre Dame, 44 in 4, , Miami (Fla.), 44 in 4,

103 BATTING TEAM (continued) Most Hits 88, Southern California, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Stanford, 8 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, 1988 Most Doubles 18, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , South Carolina, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Texas, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Triples 7, Holy Cross, 7 games, , Missouri, 6 games, , Arizona, 6 games, , Minnesota, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Western Mich., 3 games, , Ohio St., 6 games, 1966 Most Home Runs 17, LSU, 4 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Florida St., 6 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Grand Slam Home Runs 2, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Stanford, 4 games, 2000 Most Total Bases 152, Southern California, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Stanford, 8 games, , Florida St., 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, 1977 Highest Slugging Percentage (Min. 4 games).683 ( ), LSU, 4 games, ( ), Southern California, 6 games, ( ), Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, (91-142), Miami (Fla.), 4 games, ( ), Tennessee, 4 games, 2001 Most Runs Batted In 61, Southern California, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Miami (Fla.), 4 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, , Stanford, 8 games,

104 BATTING TEAM (continued) Most Walks 55, Southern California, 6 games, , Texas, 6 games, , Florida St., 6 games, , Minnesota, 6 games, , by three team (last time: Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, 1992) Fewest Strikeouts (Min. 4 games) 12, Texas, 4 games, , Arizona St., 5 games, , Arkansas, 5 games, , Hawaii, 5 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, 1995 Most Strikeouts 57, Southern California, 5 games, , Santa Clara, 6 games, , Arizona, 5 games, , Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Maine, 5 games, 1964 Most Stolen Bases 17, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Miami (Fla.), 6 games, , Pepperdine, 6 games, , Arizona, 5 games, , Miami (Fla.), 4 games, 2001 Most Sacrifice Bunts 12, Santa Clara, 6 games, , Oregon St., 8 games, , Ohio St., 6 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Texas, 5 games, 2005 Most Sacrifice Flies 6, Oregon St., 8 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , by 20 teams (last time: Stanford, 8 games, 2003) Most Hit Batters 11, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Oregon St., 8 games, , Missouri, 5 games, , Texas, 5 tames, , Texas, 4 games,

105 PITCHING TEAM Lowest Earned Run Average (Min. 4 games) 0.60, California, 5 games, 1957 (3-45) 0.67, Missouri, 6 games, 1964 (4-54) 0.68, Arizona St., 6 games, 1972 (4-53) 0.92, Florida St., 6 games, 1970 (6-59) 1.00, Pepperdine, 4 games, 1992 (4-36) Most Innings Pitched 71 2/3, Stanford, 8 games, , Oregon St., 8 games, , Santa Clara, 6 games, , Holy Cross, 7 games, , Ohio St., 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, 1970 Most Shutouts 3, Wake Forest, 6 games, , California, 5 games, , Florida St., 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , by seven teams (last time: Oregon St., 8 games, 2006) Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings 31, Arizona St., 1972 Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings at Start of CWS 24 1/3, Pepperdine, , Florida St., 1970 Most Complete Games 7, Holy Cross, 7 games, , by eight teams (last time: South Carolina, 5 games, 1977) Most Saves 4, Texas, 4 games, , Southern California, 5 games, , Texas, 5 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Miami (Fla.), 5 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Wichita St., 6 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , LSU, 4 games, , Miami (Fla.), 4 games, , Stanford, 4 games, , Oregon St., 8 games, 2006 Fewest Hits Allowed (Min. 4 games) 16, Oklahoma St., 4 games, , Arizona, 4 games, , Pepperdine, 4 games, , Texas, 4 games, , Oklahoma St., 4 games, 1990 Most Hits Allowed 75, South Carolina, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Texas, 5 games, , Stanford, 8 games, , Southern California, 6 games,

106 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Fewest Runs Allowed (Min. 4 games) 3, California, 5 games, , Oklahoma St., 4 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Pepperdine, 4 games, , Texas, 4 games, , Georgia, 5 games, , Texas, 5 games, 2005 Most Runs Allowed 58, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Oklahoma St., 5 games, 1981 Most Earned Runs Allowed 47, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , South Carolina, 6 games, , Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Southern California, 6 games, 1995 Fewest Walks Allowed (Min. 4 games) 3, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Oklahoma, 4 games, , Missouri, 4 games, , Texas, 5 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 1995 Most Walks Allowed 41, Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Oklahoma St., 5 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Missouri, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Strikeouts 77, Arizona St., 6 games, , Texas, 6 games, , Southern California, 5 games, , Arizona, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, 1972 Most Wild Pitches 10, Santa Clara, 6 games, , Texas, 6 games, , LSU, 4 games, , Long Beach St., 2 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, 2001 Most Hit Batters 13, Stanford, 8 games, , Stanford, 4 games, , Arizona St., 4 games, , Florida St., 6 games, , Tennessee, 4 games, , Clemson, 4 games,

107 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Most Balks 3, LSU, 4 games, , Northern Colo., 2 games, , Southern Ill., 5 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Texas, 5 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, , Southern California, 3 games, , Tulane, 3 games, , Texas, 4 games, , Miami (Fla.), 3 games, , Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 2006 FIELDING TEAM Highest Fielding Percentage (Min. 4 games).993, LSU, 4 games, 1991 ( ).989, Texas, 5 games, 2005 ( ).989, Arizona St., 5 games, 2005 ( ).989, Washington St., 5 games, 1950 ( ).9882, Cal St. Fullerton, 4 games, 1994 ( ).9878, Arizona St., 6 games, 1988 ( ) Most Assists 88, Cal St. Fullerton, 6 games, , Wichita St., 6 games, , Arizona, 6 games, , Southern California, 6 games, , Arizona St., 6 games, , Stanford, 8 games, 2003 Most Errors 18, Tulsa, 5 games, , Texas, 6 games, , Arizona, 6 games, , California, 5 games, , by six teams (last time: Texas, 6 games, 1985) Most Double Plays 12, Stanford, 6 games, , Wichita St., 4 games, , Minnesota, 6 games, , Michigan, 6 games, , Eastern Mich., 5 games, , Arizona St., 4 games, , Alabama, 6 games, , Florida St., 6 games, 1999 Most Triple Plays 1, Southern California, 3 games, , Rutgers, 5 games, , St. John's (N.Y.), 3 games,

108 * * * * * In 1961, Western Michigan was 1-2 in the College World Series and had no doubles in its three games. However, they did manage to slug out six triples. * * * * * In 1964, while the Yankees had their M&M Boys, Southern California s baseball team saw plenty of M&M s at the CWS while going 2-2. Their opponents that year were Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota and Maine. * * * * * The first team to play seven games in one series was the 1952 national champion Holy Cross team. The Crusaders used only 11 different players the entire series: eight position players, and three pitchers who combined for seven complete games. * * * * * Oregon State, in 2006, was the first team to lose two games at the College World Series and still win the National Championship. The Beavers lost their opening game to Miami (Fla.) and advanced through the losers bracket to advance to the championship series. Oregon State lost game one of the Championship Series against North Carolina before winning the next two to claim the school s first national title. 106

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111 CWS CAREER RECORDS BATTING Highest Batting Average (minimum 30 at bats) *.517 (15-29), Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, *.517 (15-29), Jason Lane, Southern California, (17-34), Rudy Gomez, Miami (Fla.), (16-34), Curtis Thigpen, Texas, (17-37), Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., (22-50), John Gall, Stanford, (14-32), Mike Day, Oklahoma St., (14-32), Barry Bonds, Arizona St., (13-30), Greg Ellena, Miami (Fla.), (14-33), John Fishel, Cal St. Fullerton, *Kotsay and Lane still would be tied for the lead (.500) even adding 0-for-1 to their totals to make the minimum for at bats. Most Games Played 20, Daryl Arenstein, Southern California, , Paul Carey, Stanford, , Fred Lynn, Southern California, , Rob Adolph, Southern California, , Ken Huizenga, Southern California, , Bob Horner, Arizona St., , Bill Bates, Texas, , Sam Fuld, Stanford, Ryan Garko, Stanford, , Carlos Quentin, Stanford, Most At Bats 68, Daryl Arenstein, Southern California, , Sam Fuld, Stanford, , Bruce Andrew, Oklahoma St., , Paul Carey, Stanford, , Bill Bates, Texas, Most Runs 21, Bill Bates, Texas, , Paul Carey, Stanford, , Sam Fuld, Stanford, , Wes Rachels, Southern California, , Eddy Furniss, LSU, , Edmund Muth, Stanford, , Ryan Garko, Stanford, Most Hits 24, Sam Fuld, Stanford, , Keith Moreland, Texas, , John Gall, Stanford, , Billy Bates, Texas, , Ryan Garko, Stanford, Most Doubles 7, Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., , Khalil Greene, Clemson, , Ryan Garko, Stanford, , Mike Fiore, Miami (Fla.), , Landan Powell, South Carolina,

112 BATTING (continued) Most Triples 3, Buddy Chain, Mississippi, , Sonny Siebert, Missouri, , Arthur Ersepke, Southern California, , Raymond Shoup, Ohio St., , Spike Owen, Texas, Most Home Runs 6, Edmund Muth, Stanford, , J. D. Drew, Florida St., , Ryan Barthelemy, Florida St., , Marshall McDougall, Florida St., , Kevin Brown, Miami (Fla.), Most Grand Slam Home Runs 2, Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, Most Total Bases 43, Sam Fuld, Stanford, , Marshall McDougall, Florida St., , Edmund Muth, Stanford, , Bill Bates, Texas, , Ryan Garko, Stanford, Highest Slugging Percentage (minimum 30 at bats) *1.103 (32-29), Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, (37-42), Marshall McDougall, Florida St., (33-40), Ryan Barthelemy, Florida St., (25-32), Barry Bonds, Arizona St., (23-30), Greg Ellena, Miami (Fla.), (26-34), Sam Fuld, Stanford, (32-42), Pete Incaviglia, Oklahoma St., (25-34), David Maroul, Texas, (27-37), Sal Bando, Arizona St., (22-31), Wes Clements, Arizona, *Kotsay still would lead (1.067) even adding an 0-for-1 to his totals to make the minimum for at bats. Most Runs Batted In 20, Bob Horner, Arizona St., , Keith Moreland, Texas, , Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, , Stan Holmes, Arizona St., , Kevin Brown, Miami (Fla.), Most Stolen Bases 11, Doug Dascenzo, Oklahoma St., , Calvin James, Miami (Fla.), , Tommy Hinzo, Arizona, , Roger Detter, Arizona St., , Tim Gloyd, Pepperdine, , Charlton Jimerson, Miami (Fla.), 2001 Most Sacrifice Bunts 7, Paul Merch, Oklahoma St., , Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton, , Drew Stubbs, Texas, , by six players (last time: Greg Hanoian, Southern California, 1998) 110

113 BATTING (continued) Most Sacrifice Flies 4, Carlos Quentin, Stanford, , Tracy Dophied, Texas, , Jim Ifland, Oklahoma St., , Chris O Riordan, Stanford, , by many players Most Hit By Pitches 8, Ryan Garko, Stanford, , Carlos Quentin, Stanford, , Kurt Suzuki, Cal St. Fullerton, , Aaron Luna, Rice, , Blair Barbier, LSU, , Chris O Riordan, Stanford PITCHING - INDIVIDUAL Lowest Earned Run Average (minimum 20 innings) 0.00 (0-24 1/3), Keith Weber, Missouri, (0-21), Jim Crawford, Arizona St., (1-24), Ed Bane, Arizona St., (1-23), Russ McQueen, Southern California, (1-20 2/3), Jim Ehrler, Texas, (2-28 2/3), Larry Gura, Arizona St., (2-24 2/3), Craig Lefferts, Arizona, (5-47), Steve Arlin, Ohio St., (3-26 1/3), Larry Hardy, Texas, (3-24 2/3), Craig Swan, Arizona St., (4-29), Burt Hooton, Texas, Lowest Earned Run Average (minimum 30 innings) 0.96 (5-47), Steve Arlin, Ohio St., (5-35 2/3), Chuck Hartenstein, Texas, (7-46), Carl Thomas, Arizona, (5-30), Mark Sogge, Southern California, (6-32 1/3), Jim Barr, Southern California, (6-32 1/3), Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, (7-36 1/3), Bruce Gardner, Southern California, (6-30 1/3), Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St., (7-32 2/3), Jim Withers, Southern California, (8-37 2/3), Jim Ward, Arizona, (8-35 1/3), Bob Shirley, Oklahoma, Most Wins 4, Bruce Gardner, Southern California, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Burt Hooton, Texas, , Steve Rogers, Tulsa, , Russ McQueen, Southern California, , Mark Barr, Southern California, , Greg Swindell, Texas, , Kevin Sheary, Miami (Fla.), , Greg Brummett, Wichita St., , John Hudgins, Stanford, Most Years With Wins 3, Carl Thomas, Arizona, , Greg Widman, Southern California, , Allan Westfall, Miami (Fla.),

114 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Losses 4, Ben McDonald, LSU, , Don Lee, Arizona, , James Street, Texas, , Bob Shirley, Oklahoma, , Neal Heaton, Miami (Fla.), , Bill Swift, Maine, , Dan Davies, Miami (Fla.), , Blair Varnes, Florida St., Most Saves 5, Huston Street, Texas, , Jim Newlin, Wichita St., , Jack Krawczyk, Southern California, , Jeff Bruksch, Stanford, , Terry Ray, Texas, , Tony Hudson, Cal St. Fullerton, , Dan Smith, Miami (Fla.), , Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), , Steve Chitren, Stanford, , Michael Neu, Miami (Fla.), , Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., Most Appearances 13, J. Brent Cox, Texas, , Huston Street, Texas, , Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Jack Krawczyk, Southern California, Most Games Started 7, J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.), , Kendall Carter, Arizona St., , Greg Swindell, Texas, , by seven players (last time: Greg Brummett, Wichita St., ) Most Complete Games 4, Don Lee, Arizona, , Carl Thomas, Arizona, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Greg Swindell, Texas, , by 13 players (last time: Lee Plemel, Stanford, ) Most Games Finished 9, Rick Raether, Miami (Fla.), , Huston Street, Texas, , Jack Krawczyk, Southern California, , Steve Chitren, Stanford, , Jim Newlin, Wichita St., , Jamie Bluma, Wichita St., , Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., Most Innings Pitched 47, Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Greg Swindell, Texas, /3, Don Lee, Arizona, , Carl Thomas, Arizona, , J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.),

115 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Fewest Hits Allowed (minimum 20 innings) 7, Kevin Dukes, Arizona St., 22 innings, , Jim Ehrler, Texas, 20 2/3 innings, , Lerrin LaGrow, Arizona St., 20 innings, , Larry Fisher, Southern California, 22 1/3 innings, , by five players (most innings: Larry Hardy, Texas, 26 1/3 innings, ) Fewest Hits Allowed (minimum 30 innings) 16, Steve Arlin, Ohio St., 47 innings, , Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St., 30 1/3 innings, , Murray Wall, Texas, 32 1/3 innings, , Jim Withers, Southern California, 34 2/3 innings, , Rick Wortham, Texas, 33 innings, Most Hits Allowed 51, J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.), , Greg Brummett, Wichita St., , Lee Plemel, Stanford, , Bill Swift, Maine, , Greg Swindell, Texas, Most Runs Allowed 29, Bill Swift, Maine, , Kendall Carter, Arizona St., , J.D. Arteaga, Miami (Fla.), , Rob Souza, Miami (Fla.), , Gayl Bernhardt, Northern Colo., , Dennis Livingston, Oklahoma St., , Aaron Rawl, South Carolina, Most Earned Runs Allowed 22, Bill Swift, Maine, , Dennis Livingston, Oklahoma St., , Ben McDonald, LSU, , Aaron Rawl, South Carolina, , Gayl Bernhardt, Northern Colo., , Kendall Carter, Arizona St., Most Strikeouts 64, Carl Thomas, Arizona, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Richie Lewis, Florida St., , Don Lee, Arizona, , Greg Swindell, Texas, Fewest Walks (minimum 20 innings) 3, Burt Hooton, Texas, 29 innings, , Craig Swan, Arizona St., 24 2/3 innings, , Russ McQueen, Southern California, 23 innings, , Bill Thom, Southern California, 22 1/3 innings, , Bob Chalk, Arizona, 20 1/3 innings, 1976 Fewest Walks (minimum 30 innings) 5, Murray Wall, Texas, 32 1/3 innings, , Mark Barr, Southern California, 32 1/3 innings, , Chuck Hartenstein, Texas, 35 2/3 innings, , Steve Rogers, Tulsa, 32 1/3 innings, , Lee Plemel, Stanford, 30 2/3 innings,

116 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Walks 27, Dennis Livingston, Oklahoma St., , Walter Peterson, Southern California, , Don Lee, Arizona, , Rick Wortham, Texas, , Steve Arlin, Ohio St., , Gary Kanwisher, Oklahoma St., Most Wild Pitches 6, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, , Rick Wortham, Texas, , Linty Ingram, Arizona St., , by eight players (last time: Patrick Coogan, LSU, ) Most Hit Batters 7, Jason Young, Stanford, , Chad Hutchinson, Stanford, , Aaron Kramer, Arizona St., , Jon McDonald, Florida St., , Roy Peterson, Oklahoma St., , Philip Humber, Rice, Most Balks 3, Frank Carbajal, Northern Colo., , Rick Keeton, Southern Ill., , Curt Krippner, Texas, , Trey Hodges, LSU, , Jon Smith, Cal St. Fullerton, , Beau Richardson, Tulane, , J.P. Powell, Texas, , Brandon Camardese, Miami (Fla.), FIELDING - INDIVIDUAL Most Putouts 191, Daryl Arenstein, 1b, Southern California, , Taylor Teagarden, c, Texas, , Jimmy Barragan, 1b, Oklahoma St., , Ron Witmeyer, 1b, Stanford, , Robert Schoonmaker, 1b, Missouri, , Tommy Harmon, c, Texas, Most Assists 57, Bill Bates, 2b, Texas, , Roy Smalley, ss, Southern California, , Lou Bagwell, 2b-ss, Texas, , Keith Drumright, 2b, Oklahoma, , Spike Owen, ss, Texas, Most Chances Without Committing an Error 126, Taylor Teagarden, c, Texas, , Bill Rowe, 1b, Oregon St., , Kurt Suzuki, c, Cal St. Fullerton, , Kelly Snider, 1b, Oklahoma, , Brian Hall, 1b, Stanford,

117 FIELDING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Errors 10, Phil Honeycutt, ss, Tulsa, , Roy Smalley, ss, Southern California, , Gary LeFevers, ss, Arizona, 4 games, , Keith Drumright, 2b, Oklahoma, , Jim Brideweser, ss, Southern California, , Luis Lagunas, 2b, Arizona St., , Blair Stouffer, ss, Texas, MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL Father/Son Combinations Appearing in CWS Dick Leach (Michigan, 1953) and Rick Leach (Michigan, 1978) John E. O Donoghue (Missouri, 1958) and John P. O Donoghue (LSU, 1990) Mark McClanaham (Auburn, 1976) and Scott McClanahan (Alabama, 1999) Floyd Bannister (Arizona St., 1975, 1976) and Brian Bannister (Southern California, 2000) James Street (Texas, 1968, 1969, 1970) and Huston Street (Texas, 2002) Bob Haas (Missouri, 1958) and David Haas (Wichita St., 1988) Joe Bonacquista (Northern Colorado, 1962) and Jeff Bonacquista (Wichita St., 1988) 115

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121 CWS CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECORDS (Final Championship Game Only) BATTING INDIVIDUAL Most At Bats 7, Ernie Fazio, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 7, Dick Nichols, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (1-2, 15 inn.) 7, Dave Kingman, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 7, Frank Alfano, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 7, Wes Rachels, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) Most At Bats (nine-inning game) 7, Wes Rachels, Southern California vs., Arizona St., (21-14) 6, by 11 players (last time: Five players in 1998) Most Runs 4, Scott Reid, Arizona St. vs. Houston, (11-2) 4, Warren Morris, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) 3, by 26 players (last time: Chris Kolkhorst and Craig Stansberry, Rice vs. Stanford, [14-2]) Most Hits 5, Jim Shamblin, Texas vs. Wake Forest, (10-3) 5, Jeremy Freitas, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 5, Wes Rachels, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 4, John Fiscalini, California vs. Yale, (8-7) 4, Bill Horning, Minnesota vs. Arizona, (12-1) 4, Greg Ellena, Miami (Fla.), vs. Texas, (10-6) 4, Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St. vs. Stanford, (5-9) 4, Casey Myers, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 4, Omar Quintanilla, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) Most Doubles 2, Roy Kelly, Texas vs. Michigan, (5-7) 2, Wes Clements, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 2, Phil Stephenson, Wichita St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-9) 2, Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St. vs. Stanford, (5-9) 2, Paul Carey, Stanford vs. Oklahoma St., (9-5) 2, Omar Quintanilla, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) 2, Brian Hall, Stanford vs. Rice, (2-14) 2, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, (14-2) Most Triples 2, Russ Nagelson, Ohio St. vs. Oklahoma St., (8-2) 2, G.J. Cantu, Houston vs. Arizona St., (2-11) 1, by many players (last time: Brett Pill, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, [3-2]) Most Home Runs 2, Bill Horning, Minnesota vs. Arizona, (12-1) 2, Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 2, Robb Gorr, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) Most Total Bases 10, Bill Horning, Minnesota vs. Arizona, (12-1) 9, Wes Rachels, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 8, Jim Shamblin, Texas vs. Wake Forest, (10-3) 8, Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 8, Robb Gorr, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 119

122 BATTING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Runs Batted In 7, Wes Rachels, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 5, Bill Horning, Minnesota vs. Arizona, (12-1) 5, Mark Kotsay, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 5, Robb Gorr, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 5, Kevin Brown, Miami (Fla.) vs. Stanford, (12-1) Most Stolen Bases 3, Billy Hall, Wichita St. vs. LSU, (3-6) 2, Bernard Kelly, California vs. Penn St., (1-0) 2, Orlando Gonzalez, Miami (Fla.), vs. Southern California, (3-7) 2, Ricky Peters, Arizona St. vs. South Carolina (2-1) 2, Toi Cook, Stanford vs. Oklahoma St., (9-5) Most Sacrifice Bunts 2, Marvin Wisniewski, Michigan vs. Texas, (7-5) 2, Bob Musgrave, Missouri vs. Rollins, (4-1) 2, Archie Clark, Minnesota vs. Missouri, (5-1) 2, Michael Collins, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) Most Sacrifice Flies 2, Armando Rios, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 2, Ryan Hubele, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) 1, by many players (Last in 2002) Most Hit by Pitch 2, Anthony Blackmon, Oklahoma St. vs. Stanford, (5-9) 2, Kevin Melillo, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) 1, by many players (Last in 2005) PITCHING - INDIVIDUAL Most Innings Pitched 10, Jim Rantz, Minnesota vs. Southern California, (2-1, 10 inn.) 9, by 24 players (last time: Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton, [3-2]) Most Innings Pitched in Relief 8 2/3, Kevin Dukes, Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St., (7-4) 8, Sid Hatfield, Tennessee vs. Oklahoma, (2-3) 8, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 8, Jim Barr, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) Fewest Hits Allowed in Complete Game 3, Jack Shirley, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 3, Cal Emery, Penn St. vs. California, (1-0) 3, Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Hits Allowed 12, Tom Burgess, Arizona St. vs. Houston, (11-2) 12, Jack McDowell, Stanford vs. Oklahoma St., (9-5) 11, Marvin Wisniewski, Michigan vs. Texas, (7-5) 11, Pat Hope, Oklahoma St. vs. Stanford, (5-9) 11, Kevin Shipp, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) 11, Brian Tallet, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) Complete-Game Shutouts George Sterling, California vs. Penn St., (1-0) Jim Withers, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (1-0) Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 120

123 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Runs Allowed 10, Steve Rogers, Tulsa vs. Arizona St., (1-10) 7, Dick Atkinson, Missouri vs. Holy Cross, (4-8) 7, Stan Jakubowski, Miami (Fla.), vs. Southern California, (3-7) 7, Don Heinkel, Wichita St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-9) 7, Al Gogolin, Georgia Tech vs. Oklahoma, (5-13) 7, Brian Cooper, Southern California vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-11) 7, Kevin Shipp, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) 7, Mike Gosling, Stanford vs. Miami (Fla.), (1-12) Most Earned Runs Allowed 8, Steve Rogers, Tulsa vs. Arizona St., (1-10) 7, Don Heinkel, Wichita St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-9) 7, Mike Gosling, Stanford vs. Miami (Fla.), (1-12) Most Strikeouts 16, Brett Laxton, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 15, Tom Burgess, Arizona St. vs. Houston, (11-2) 13, Jim Withers, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (2-11) Most Base on Balls Allowed 12, Rod Keogh, Washington St. vs. Texas, (0-3) 9, Jim Rantz, Minnesota vs. Southern California, (2-1, 10 inn.) 8, Sid Hatfield, Tennessee vs. Oklahoma, (2-3) Most Wild Pitches 3, Steve Rogers, Tulsa vs. Arizona St., (1-10) 3, Linty Ingram, Arizona St. vs. Stanford, (4-9) 3, Patrick Coogan, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) Most Hit Batters 2, Jim Ehrler, Texas vs. Wake Forest, (10-3) 2, Fred Fisher, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4, 15 inn.) 2, Mark Olmos, Hawaii vs. Arizona, (3-5) 2, Darren Dreifort, Wichita St. vs. LSU, (3-6) 2, Steve Montgomery, Pepperdine vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (3-2) 2, Justin Wayne, Stanford vs. LSU, (5-6) 2, Jason Young, Stanford vs. LSU, (5-6) 2, Justin Simmons, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) Most Balks 1, Rod Keogh, Washington St. vs. Texas, (0-3) 1, Trey Hodges, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) 1, Aaron Rawl, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) Most Championship Game Wins, Career 2, Jim Ehrler, Texas, 1949, 1950 Most Championship Game Starts, Career 2, Jim Withers, Southern California, 1960, 1961 Most Championship Game Losses, Career 2, Robert Goodyear, Yale, 1947,

124 FIELDING - INDIVIDUAL Most Putouts 18, Doug Kasimer, 1b, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (1-2, 15 inn.) 16, Wes Clements, 1b, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 16, Dan Melendez, 1b, Pepperdine vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (3-2) 16, Adrian Antonini, c, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Putouts (nine-inning game) 16, Wes Clements, 1b, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 16, Dan Melendez, 1b, Pepperdine vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (3-2) 16, Adrian Antonini, c, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Assists 11, Cal Meier, ss, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 8, Roger Wich, ss, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 8, Frank Alfano, 2b, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) Most Assists (nine-inning game) 8, Roger Wich, ss, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 7, Mark Van Bever, 2b, South Carolina vs. Arizona St., (1-2) 7, Ron Quick, 2b, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 7, Scott McIntyre, 2b, Georgia Tech vs. Oklahoma, (5-13) Most Errors 3, Jessie Smith, p, Texas vs. Michigan, (5-7) 3, Gary Starr, 2b, Missouri vs. Southern California, (7-8, 12 inn.) 3, Art Toombs, ss, Houston vs. Arizona St., (2-11) Most Passed Balls 2, by six players (last time: Greg Halvorson, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, [14-21]) BATTING -TEAM Most At Bats 52, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 51, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4, 15 inn.) 50, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (1-2, 15 inn.) Most At Bats (nine-inning game) 46, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 45, Texas vs. Wake Forest, (10-3) 43, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (10-3) Most Runs 21, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 14, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 14, Rice vs. Stanford, (14-2) 13, Oklahoma vs. Georgia Tech, (13-5) 13, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) Most Runs, One Inning 7, Southern California vs. Missouri, 4th inning, (8-7, 12 inn.) 7, Rice vs. Stanford, 6th inning, (14-2) 6, Minnesota vs. Arizona, 5th inning, (12-1) 6, Miami (Fla.), vs. Wichita St., 5th inning, (9-3) 6, LSU vs. Alabama, 1st inning, (13-6) 122

125 BATTING -TEAM (continued) Most Hits 23, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 16, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (10-3) 16, Oklahoma vs. Georgia Tech, (13-5) 16, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) Most Doubles 5, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) 4, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (4-3) 4, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 4, Stanford vs. Oklahoma St., (9-5) 4, Alabama vs. LSU, (6-13) 4, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 4, Miami (Fla.) vs. Stanford, (12-1) Most Triples 3, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4, 15 inn.) 3, Ohio St. vs. Oklahoma St., (8-2) 2, Houston vs. Arizona St., (2-11) 2, Arizona St. vs. Stanford, (4-9) Most Home Runs 5, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 4, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 4, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) Most Total Bases 42, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 29, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 26, Texas vs. Wake Forest, (10-3) Most Runs Batted In 20, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 14, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 14, Rice vs. Stanford, (14-2) 13, Oklahoma vs. Georgia Tech, (13-5) 13, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) Most Walks 14, Texas vs. Washington St., (3-0) 12, Rice vs. Stanford, (14-2) 10, Minnesota vs. Missouri, (5-1) 9, by six teams (last time: LSU vs. Alabama, [13-6]) Fewest Strikeouts 1, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (10-3) 2, California vs. Yale, (8-7) 2, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (3-10) 2, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, (3-2) Most Stolen Bases 4, Arizona vs. Florida St., (10-2) 4, Wichita St. vs. LSU, (3-6) 3, Seven times (last time: Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, [3-2]) 123

126 BATTING -TEAM (continued) Most Sacrifice Bunts 4, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 3, Michigan vs. Texas, (7-5) 3, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona, (5-3) 3, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 3, Minnesota vs. Missouri, (5-1) 3, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, (3-2) Most Sacrifice Flies 3, Miami (Fla.) vs. LSU, (8-9) 3, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) 2, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 2, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) PITCHING -- TEAM Fewest Hits Allowed 3, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 3, Penn St. vs. California, (0-1) 3, Arizona St. vs. Ohio St., (2-1) 3, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, (3-1) 3, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Fewest Runs Allowed 0, Texas vs. Washington St., (3-0) 0, California vs. Penn St., (1-0) 0, Southern California vs. Oklahoma St., (1-0) 0, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (1-0) 0, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) Most Earned Runs Allowed 21, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 11, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 10, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (3-10) 10, Stanford vs. Miami (Fla.), (1-12) 10, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) 10, Stanford vs. Rice, (2-14) Most Unearned Runs Allowed 8, Southern California vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-11) 6, Houston vs. Arizona St., (2-11) 6, Alabama vs. LSU, (6-13) Fewest Base on Balls Allowed 0, by seven teams (last time: Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, [2-3]) Most Strikeouts 16, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 16, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 15, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4, 15 inn.) 15, Arizona St. vs. Houston, (11-2) 15, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (1-2, 15 inn.) 15, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) Most Strikeouts (nine-inning game) 16, LSU vs. Wichita St., (8-0) 15, Arizona St. vs. Houston, (11-2) 15, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) 124

127 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Most Hit Batters 4, Stanford vs. LSU, (5-6) 2, by 10 teams (last time: Texas vs. South Carolina, [12-6]) Most Wild Pitches 3, Tulsa vs. Arizona St., (1-10) 3, Arizona St. vs. Stanford, (4-9) 3, Alabama vs. LSU, (6-13) Most Balks 1, Washington St. vs. Texas, (0-3) 1, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) 1, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) Most Pitchers Used 6, Stanford vs. Miami (Fla.), (1-12) 6, Stanford vs. Rice, (2-14) 5, Florida St. vs. Southern California, (1-2, 15 inn.) 5, Oklahoma St. vs. Arizona St., (4-7) 5, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 5, Arizona St. vs. Southern California, (14-21) 5, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) 5, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, (3-2) FIELDING - TEAM Most Assists 23, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 22, Santa Clara vs. Michigan, (4-5, 15 inn.) 20, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) Most Assists (nine-inning game) 20, Arizona vs. Hawaii, (5-3) 18, Texas vs. Miami (Fla.), (6-10) 18, Pepperdine vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (3-2) 18, Georgia Tech vs. Oklahoma, (5-13) 18, Oklahoma vs. Georgia Tech, (13-5) Most Errors 6, Missouri vs. Southern California, (7-8, 12 inn.) 6, Houston vs. Arizona St., (2-11) 5, by three teams (last time: Texas vs. Miami (Fla.), [6-10]) Most Double Plays 4, Stanford vs. Oklahoma St., (5-9) 3, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4, 15 inn.) 3, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (1-0) 3, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (10-3) 3, Arizona vs. Florida St., (10-2) 3, Georgia vs. Oklahoma St., (2-1) 3, Wichita St. vs. LSU (3-6) 3, Georgia Tech vs. Oklahoma, (5-13) 3, Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (5-6) Most Passed Balls 2, by seven teams (last time: Arizona St. vs. Southern California, [14-21]) 125

128 BATTING - BOTH TEAMS Most At Bats 102, Southern California (52) vs. Florida St. (50), (2-1, 15 inn.) 99, Michigan (51) vs. Santa Clara (48), (5-4, 15 inn.) 96, Missouri (49) vs. Southern California (47), (7-8, 12 inn.) Most At Bats (nine-inning game) 87, Southern California (46) vs. Arizona St. (41), (21-14) 79, LSU (40) vs. Alabama (39), (13-6) 78, Texas (45) vs. Wake Forest (33), (10-3) Most Runs 35, Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), , LSU (13) vs. Alabama (6), , Oklahoma (13) vs. Georgia Tech (5), , Texas (12) vs. South Carolina (6), Most Hits 39, Southern California (23) vs. Arizona St. (16), (21-14) 29, LSU (15) vs. Miami (Fla.) (14), (9-8) 28, Stanford (15) vs. Oklahoma St. (13), (9-5) Most Doubles 8, Texas (5) vs. South Carolina (3), (12-6) 6, Stanford (4) vs. Oklahoma St. (2), (9-5) 6, LSU (3) vs. Miami (Fla.) (3), (9-8) 6, Alabama (4) vs. LSU (2), (6-13) 6, Rice (3) vs. Stanford (3), (14-2) Most Triples 3, Ohio St. (3) vs. Oklahoma St. (0), (8-2) 3, Michigan (3) vs. Santa Clara (0), (5-4, 15 inn.) 2, five times (last time: Arizona St. (2) vs. Stanford (0), [4-9]) Most Home Runs 9, Southern California (5) vs. Arizona St. (4), (21-14) 7, Cal St. Fullerton (4) vs. Southern California (3), (11-5) 4, Oklahoma (2) vs. Georgia Tech (2), (13-5) Most Total Bases 71, Southern California (42) vs. Arizona St. (29), (21-14) 43, Oklahoma St. (24) vs. Stanford (19), (5-9) 43, Oklahoma (25) vs. Georgia Tech (18), (13-5) 43, Cal St. Fullerton (24) vs. Southern California (19), (11-5) Most Runs Batted In 34, Southern California (20) vs. Arizona St. (14), (21-14) 19, LSU (13) vs. Alabama (6), (13-6) 18, Oklahoma (13) vs. Georgia Tech (5), (13-5) Most Walks 18, Texas (14) vs. Washington St. (4), (3-0) 18, Southern California (9) vs. Minnesota (9), (1-2, 10 inn.) 16, Minnesota (10) vs. Missouri (6), (5-1) Fewest Strikeouts 3, Southern California (1) vs. Arizona St. (2), (10-3) 6, Southern California (3) vs. Yale (3), (9-2) 7, Pepperdine (3) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (4), (3-2) 7, Rice (3) vs. Stanford (4), , (14-2) 126

129 BATTING - BOTH TEAMS (continued) Most Stolen Bases 5, California (3) vs. Yale (2), (8-7) 5, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. Southern California (2), (3-7) 5, Arizona vs. Florida St., (10-2) Most Sacrifice Bunts 5, Oklahoma St. (3) vs. Arizona (2), (5-3) 5, Cal St. Fullerton (4) vs. Southern California (1), (11-5) 3, eight times (last time: Oregon St. (3) vs. North Carolina (0), [3-2]) Most Sacrifice Flies 5, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. LSU (2), (8-9) 4, Texas (3) vs. South Carolina (1), (12-6) 2, Six times (last time: Southern California (1) vs. Arizona St. (1), [21-14]) PITCHING - BOTH TEAMS Fewest Hits Allowed 8, Penn St. (3) vs. California (5), (0-1) 8, Arizona St. (3) vs. Ohio St. (5), (5-2) 8, Cal St. Fullerton (3) vs. Texas (5), (3-1) Fewest Runs Allowed 1, California (0) vs. Penn St. (1), (1-0) 1, Southern California (0) vs. Oklahoma St. (1), (1-0) 1, Southern California (0) vs. Arizona St. (1), (1-0) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed 0, Southern California (0) vs. Arizona St. (0), (1-0) 1, California (0) vs. Penn St. (1), (1-0) 1, Southern California (0) vs. Oklahoma St. (1), (1-0) Most Earned Runs Allowed 32, Arizona St. (21) vs. Southern California (11), (14-21) 15, Missouri (8) vs. Southern California (7), (7-8, 12 inn.) 14, Georgia Tech (9) vs. Oklahoma (5), (5-13) 14, South Carolina (10) vs. Texas (4), (6-12) Most Unearned Runs Allowed 11, Southern California (8) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (3), (5-11) 7, Miami (Fla.) (4) vs. Southern California (3), (3-7) 6, Houston (6) vs. Arizona St. (0), (2-11) 6, Alabama (6) vs. LSU (0), (6-13) Fewest Base on Balls Allowed 1, Southern California (0) vs. Oklahoma (1), (1-0) 1, Arizona St. (0) vs. South Caro. (1), (2-1) 1, Cal St. Fullerton (1) vs. Texas (0), (3-2) 2, Arizona St. (0) vs. Tulsa (2), (10-1) 2, Southern California (1) vs. Arizona (1), (4-3) Most Strikeouts 31, Santa Clara (16) vs. Michigan (15), (4-5, 15 inn.) 26, Florida St. (15) vs. Southern California (11), (1-2, 15 inn.) 25, LSU (15) vs. Alabama (10), (13-6) 127

130 PITCHING - BOTH TEAMS (continued) Most Strikeouts (nine-inning game) 25, LSU (15) vs. Alabama (10), (13-6) 22, LSU (16) vs. Wichita St. (6), (8-0) 20, Arizona St. (15) vs. Houston (5), (11-2) Most Wild Pitches 4, Alabama (3) vs. LSU (1), (6-13) 3, Tulsa (3) vs. Arizona St. (0), (1-10) 3, Oklahoma St. (2) vs. Stanford (1), (5-9) 3, Arizona St. (3) vs. Stanford (0), (4-9) Most Hit Batters 6, Stanford (4) vs. LSU (2), (5-6) 3, Texas (2) vs. Wake Forest (1), (10-3) 3, Wichita St. (2) vs. LSU (1), (3-6) Most Balks 1, Washington St. (1) vs. Texas (0), (0-3) 1, LSU (1) vs. Stanford (0), (6-5) 1, South Carolina (1) vs. Texas (0), (6-12) Most Pitchers Used 10, Southern California (5) vs. Arizona St. (5), (21-14) 9, Stanford (6) vs. Miami (Fla.) (3), (1-12) 8, Oklahoma (4) vs. Georgia Tech (4), (13-5) 8, South Carolina (5) vs. Texas (3), (6-12) 8, Oregon St. (5) vs. North Carolina (3), (3-2) FIELDING - BOTH TEAMS Most Assists 40, Santa Clara (22) vs. Michigan (18), (4-5, 15 inn.) 39, Southern California (23) vs. Florida St. (16), (2-1, 15 inn.) 36, Oklahoma (18) vs. Georgia Tech (18), (13-5) Most Assists (nine-inning game) 36, Oklahoma (18) vs. Georgia Tech (18), (13-5) 31, Pepperdine (18) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (13), (3-2) 30, Arkansas (17) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (13), (1-2) Most Errors 8, Southern California (4) vs. Yale (4), (9-2) 8, Missouri (6) vs. Southern California (2), (8-7, 12 inn.) 8, Houston (6) vs. Arizona St. (2), (2-11) Most Double Plays 6, Stanford (4) vs. Oklahoma St. (2), (9-5) 4, Michigan (3) vs. Santa Clara (1), (5-4, 15 inn.) 4, Southern California (3) vs. Arizona St. (1), (1-0) 4, Georgia (3) vs. Oklahoma St. (1), (2-1) 4, Wichita St. (3) vs. LSU (1), (3-6) 4, Georgia Tech (3) vs. Oklahoma (1), (5-13) Most Passed Balls 3, Texas (2) vs. Miami (Fla.) (1), (6-10) 2, seven times (last time: Arizona St. (2) vs. Southern California (0), [14-21]) 128

131 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Highest Attendance 24,456, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 24,401, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) 24,282, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) Longest Game by Innings 15, Michigan vs. Santa Clara, (5-4) 15, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1) 12, Southern California vs. Missouri, (8-7) 10, Minnesota vs. Southern California, (2-1) Longest Game by Time 3:59, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 3:56, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) 3:42, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) Longest Game by Time (nine-inning game) 3:59, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 3:42, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) 3:19, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) 3:19, Texas vs. South Carolina, (12-6) Shortest Game by Time 1:35, Arizona St. vs. South Carolina, (2-1) 1:39, Arizona St. vs. Tulsa, (10-1) 1:53, Missouri vs. Rollins, (4-1) Most Runners Left on Base by One Team 16, Texas vs. Washington St., (3-0) 16, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, (3-2) 15, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-1, 15 inn.) Fewest Runners Left on Base by One Team 2, Oklahoma St. vs. Southern California, (0-1) 2, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Arkansas, (2-1) 3, Tulsa vs. Arizona St., (1-10) 3, Tennessee vs. Oklahoma, (2-3) 3, Southern California vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-11) Most Runners Left on Base by Both Teams 25, Michigan (13) vs. Texas (12), (7-5) 24, Southern California (15) vs. Florida St. (9), (2-1, 15 inn.) 23, Texas (16) vs. Washington St. (7), (3-0) Fewest Runners Left on Base by Both Teams 8, Arizona St. (4) vs. South Carolina (4), (2-1) 8, Cal State Fulleton (2) vs. Arkansas (6), (2-1) 9, Tulsa (3) vs. Arizona St. (6), (1-10) Most Players Used by One Team 19, Stanford vs, Miami (Fla.), (1-12) 19, Stanford vs. Rice, (2-14) 18, Georgia Tech vs. Oklahoma, (5-13) 18, South Carolina vs. Texas, (6-12) Most Players Used by Both Teams 34, Georgia Tech (18) vs. Oklahoma (16), (5-13) 33, Stanford (19) vs. Miami (Fla.) (14), (1-12) 33, South Carolina (18) vs. Texas (15), (6-12) 129

132 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS (continued) Largest Winning Margin 12, Rice vs. Stanford, (14-2) 11, Minnesota vs. Arizona, (12-1) 11, Miami (Fla.) vs. Stanford, (12-1) Largest Margin Overcome for Victory 4, Southern California vs. Missouri, (8-7, 12 inn.) 4, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) 3, Wake Forest vs. Western Mich., (7-6) 3, Miami (Fla.) vs. Wichita St., (9-3) 3, LSU vs. Stanford, (6-5) Most Appearances by One School in the Championship Game or Series 14, Southern California 11, Texas 10, Arizona St. Teams From Same Conference Playing in the Championship Game or Series Pacific-10, Stanford vs. Arizona St., (9-4) Southeastern, LSU vs. Alabama, (13-6) Pacific-10, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) 130

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135 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORDS (Starting in 2003, the champion was determined with a best two-of-three series between the winners of the two four-team brackets) BATTING/BASERUNNING INDIVIDUAL Highest Batting Average, Series (min. 6 at-bats).750, David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 (6-8) Most At Bats, Game 5, by 16 players Most At Bats, Series 15, Austin Davis, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 (3 games) Most Hits, Game 4, Felipe Garcia, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 26, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, , Tim Federowicz, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Hits, Series 7, Enrique Cruz, Rice vs. Stanford, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Doubles, Game 2, Tobin Swope, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, , Brian Hall, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, , Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Most Doubles, Series 2, Brian Hall, Stanford vs. Rice, , Tobin Swope, Stanford vs. Rice, , Ryan Garko, Stanford vs. Rice, , Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Triples, Game 1, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, June 21, , Brett Pill, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Triples, Series 2, Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., , Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, , Brett Pill, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, 2004 Most Home Runs, Game 1, by 10 players Most Home Runs, Series 2, David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Extra-Base Hits, Game 2, Tobin Swope, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, , Brian Hall, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, , Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Will Crouch, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, , David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, , Tim Federowicz, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Extra-Base Hits, Series 3, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, , David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida,

136 BATTING/BASERUNNING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Runs Scored, Game 3, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Craig Stansberry, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, 2006 Most Runs Scored, Series 5, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, , Craig Stansberry, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Runs Batted In, Game 4, Enrique Cruz, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, June 26, , Tim Federowicz, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, , Chad Flack, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, 2006 Most Runs Batted In, Series 6, David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Total Bases, Game 8, Tim Federowicz, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, , David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, , Will Crouch, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, 2005 Most Total Bases, Series 13, David Maroul, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Walks, Game 3, Enrique Cruz, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Most Walks, Series 4, Chris Kolkhorst, Rice vs. Stanford, , Chris Kunda, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Most Strikeouts, Game 5, Drew Stubbs, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, June 26, 2004 Most Strikeouts, Series 6, Drew Stubbs, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, 2004 Most Sacrifice Hits, Game 1, by 19 players Most Sacrifice Hits, Series 2, Drew Stubbs, Texas, , Chris Kunda, Oregon St., , Mike Lissman, Oregon St., , John Wallace, Oregon St., 2006 Most Sacrifice Flies, Game 1, by 5 players Most Sacrifice Flies, Series 1, by 5 players Most Stolen Bases, Game 1, by 11 players Most Stolen Bases, Series 2, Mitch Canham, Oregon St., , Tyler Graham, Oregon St.,

137 BATTING/BASERUNNING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Times Caught Stealing, Game 1, by 7 players Most Times Caught Stealing, Series 1, by 7 players Most Times Hit By Pitch, Game 1, by 10 players Most Times Hit By Pitch, Series 2, Cole Gillespie, Oregon St., 2006 BATTING/BASERUNNING TEAM Highest Batting Average, Series.326, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 (29-89) Highest On-Base Percentage, Series.421, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Highest Slugging Percentage, Series.500, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Plate Appearances, Series 129, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most At Bats, Game 38, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most At Bats, Series 106, Rice vs. Stanford, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Hits, Game 14, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 25, 2006 Most Hits, Series 32, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Doubles, Game 3, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, , Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, , Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Doubles, Series 7, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Triples, Game 1, Rice vs. Stanford, June 21, , Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Triples, Series 2, North Carolina vs. Oregon St.,

138 BATTING/BASERUNNING TEAM (continued) Most Home Runs, Game 2, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, , Texas vs. Florida, June 26, 2005 Most Home Runs, Series 4, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Extra-Base Hits, Game 5, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Extra-Base Hits, Series 9, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Runs, Game 14, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Most Runs, Series 21, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Runs Batted In, Game 14, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Most Runs Batted In, Series 20, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Total Bases, Game 21, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Total Bases, Series 43, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Walks, Game 12, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Most Walks, Series 19, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Sacrifice Hits, Game 4, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 Most Sacrifice Hits, Series 8, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Most Sacrifice Flies, Game 1, 5 times Most Sacrifice Flies, Series 2, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Most Stolen Bases, Game 3, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 26, , Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 25, , Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 26, 2006 Most Stolen Bases, Series 6, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Most Times Caught Stealing, Game 1, 7 times 136

139 BATTING/BASERUNNING TEAM (continued) Most Times Caught Stealing, Series 2, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Runners Left On Base, Game 11, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 26, 2006 Most Runners Left On Base, Series 28, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Fewest Runners Left On Base, Game 4, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, 2003 Fewest Runners Left On Base, Series 12, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, , Texas vs. Florida, 2005 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL Complete Games Philip Humber, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, 2003 Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, 2004 Most Innings Pitched, Game 9.1, Ryan McCally, Stanford vs. Rice, June 21, 2003 Most Innings Pitched, Series 9.1, Ryan McCally, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Appearances, Series 2, 14 times Most Wins, Series 1, 10 players Most Losses, Series 1, 10 players Most Saves, Series 2, J. Brent Cox, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Fewest Hits Allowed, Complete Game 5, Philip Humber, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, 2004 Most Hits Allowed, Game 10, John Hudgins, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, 2003 (7 innings) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed, Complete Game 2, Philip Humber, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, 2004 Most Runs Allowed, Game 8, Wade Townsend, Rice vs. Stanford, June 22, 2003 Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game 6, Matt Danford, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Strikeouts, Game 10, Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27,

140 PITCHING INDIVIDUAL (continued) Most Strikeouts, Series 10, Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, 2004 Most Walks, Game 6, Mark Romanczuk, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, 2003 Most Walks, Series 6, Mark Romanczuk, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Wild Pitches, Game 2, Wade Townsend, Rice vs. Stanford, June 22, , Kodiak Quick, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, 2003 Most Wild Pitches, Series 2, Wade Townsend, Rice vs. Stanford, , Kodiak Quick, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Hit Batters, Game 1, 10 times Most Hit Batters, Series 1, 10 times PITCHING TEAM Most Innings Pitched, Game 10, Rice vs. Stanford, June 21, 2003 Most Innings Pitched, Series 27, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Fewest Hits Allowed, Game 4, Texas vs. Florida, June 25, 2005 Fewest Hits Allowed, Series 10, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Fewest Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Game 0, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 26, 2006 Fewest Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Series 2, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, , Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed, Game 0, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 26, 2006 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed, Series 4, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game 10, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, , North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Earned Runs Allowed, Series 16, Stanford vs. Rice,

141 PITCHING TEAM (continued) Fewest Runs Allowed, Game 2, Rice vs. Stanford, June 23, , Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 27, , Texas vs. Florida, June 25, , Texas vs. Florida, June 26, , Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 26, 2006 Fewest Runs Allowed, Series 4, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Lowest Earned Run Average, Series 2.00, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Lowest Opponent Batting Average, Series.164, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Most Strikeouts, Game 11, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, June 26, , Texas vs. Florida, June 25, 2005 Most Strikeouts, Series 21, Texas vs. Florida, 2005 Fewest Strikeouts, Game 2, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 26, 2006 Fewest Strikeouts, Series 12, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Fewest Walks, Game 0, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, June 27, 2004 Fewest Walks, Series 3, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, , Florida vs. Texas, 2005 Most Hit Batters, Game 1, 10 times Most Hit Batters, Series 3, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Wild Pitches, Game 3, Stanford vs. Rice, June 22, 2003 Most Wild Pitches, Series 3, Rice vs. Stanford, , Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Pitchers Used, Game 6, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, 2003 Most Different Pitchers Used, Series 10, Stanford vs. Rice, 2003 Most Saves, Series 2, Texas vs. Florida,

142 FIELDING INDIVIDUAL Most Putouts, Game 17, Bill Rowe, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 Most Putouts, Series 39, Vincent Sinisi, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Assists, Game 7, Chris Kunda, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 Most Assists, Series 15, Chris Kunda, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 Most Errors, Game 2, Vincent Sinisi, Rice vs. Stanford, June 22, , Brandon McArthur, Florida vs. Texas, June 25, , Daniel Bard, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 26, 2006 Most Errors, Series 3, Vincent Sinisi, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Chances, Game 18, Bill Rowe, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 (17 putouts, 1 assist, 0 errors) Most Chances, Series 43, Vincent Sinisi, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 (39 putouts, 1 assist, 3 errors) FIELDING TEAM Most Putouts, Game 30, Rice vs. Stanford, June 21, 2003 Most Putouts, Series 81, Rice vs. Stanford, 2003 Most Assists, Game 19, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 Most Assists, Series 43, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Errors, Game 4, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 26, 2006 Most Errors, Series 6, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, 2004 Most Chances, Game 45, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 24, 2006 (27 putouts, 17 assists, 1 error) Most Chances, Series 123, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., 2006 Most Double Plays, Game 3, North Carolina vs. Oregon St., June 25, 2006 Most Double Plays, Series 5, North Carolina vs. Oregon St.,

143 BATTING/BASERUNNING BOTH TEAMS Highest Combined Batting Average.308, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 (60-195) Most At Bats, Game 72, Stanford (37) vs. Rice (35), June 21, 2003 Most At Bats, Series 205, Rice (106) vs. Stanford (99), 2003 Most Hits, Game 27, Oregon St. (14) vs. North Carolina (13), June 25, 2006 Most Hits, Series 60, Oregon St. (29) vs. North Carolina (31), 2006 Most Doubles, Game 6, Rice (3) vs. Stanford (3), June 23, 2003 Most Doubles, Series 13, Stanford (7) vs. Rice (6), 2003 Most Triples, Game 1, Rice (1) vs. Stanford (0), June 21, , Cal St. Fullerton (1) vs. Texas (0), June 27, , Oregon St. (0) vs. North Carolina (1), June 24, , Oregon St. (0) vs. North Carolina (1), June 25, 2006 Most Triples, Series 2, Oregon St. (0) vs. North Carolina (2), 2006 Most Home Runs, Game 3, Texas (2) vs. Florida (1), June 26, 2005 Most Home Runs, Series 5, Texas (4) vs. Florida (1), 2005 Most Extra-Base Hits, Game 8, Oregon St. (3) vs. North Carolina (5), June 25, 2006 Most Extra-Base Hits, Series 16, Stanford (9) vs. Rice (7), 2003 Most Runs, Game 18, Oregon St. (11) vs. North Carolina (7), June 25, 2006 Most Runs, Series 34, Rice (21) vs. Stanford (13), 2003 Most Runs Batted In, Game 16, Rice (14) vs. Stanford (2), June 23, , Oregon St. (9) vs. North Carolina (7), June 25, 2006 Most Runs Batted In, Series 30, Rice (20) vs. Stanford (10), 2003 Most Total Bases, Game 40, Oregon St. (19) vs. North Carolina (21), June 25, 2006 Most Total Bases, Series 81, Oregon St. (38) vs. North Carolina (38),

144 BATTING/BASERUNNING BOTH TEAMS (continued) Most Walks, Game 14, Rice (12) vs. Stanford (2), June 23, 2003 Most Walks, Series 26, Rice (19) vs. Stanford (7), 2003 Most Sacrifice Hits, Game 4, Oregon St. (4) vs. North Carolina (0), June 24, 2006 Most Sacrifice Hits, Series 9, Oregon St. (8) vs. North Carolina (1), 2006 Most Sacrifice Flies, Game 1, 5 times Most Sacrifice Flies, Series 2, Rice (1) vs. Stanford (1), , Oregon St. (2) vs. North Carolina (0), 2006 Most Stolen Bases, Game 3, Cal St. Fullerton (3) vs. Texas (0), June 26, , Oregon St. (3) vs. North Carolina (0), June 25, , Oregon St. (3) vs. North Carolina (0), June 26, 2006 Most Stolen Bases, Series 6, Oregon St. (6) vs. North Carolina (0), 2006 Most Times Caught Stealing, Game 2, Cal St. Fullerton (1) vs. Texas (1), June 26, , Texas (1) vs. Florida (1), June 25, 2005 Most Times Caught Stealing, Series 2, Stanford (2) vs. Rice (0), , Cal St. Fullerton (1) vs. Texas (1), , Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (1), 2006 Most Runners Left On Base, Game 18, Oregon St. (7) vs. North Carolina (11), June 26, 2006 Most Runners Left On Base, Series 47, Oregon St. (23) vs. North Carolina (24), 2006 Fewest Runners Left On Base, Game 12, Texas (5) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (7), June 27, 2004 Fewest Runners Left On Base, Series 26, Texas (12) vs. Florida (14), 2005 PITCHING BOTH TEAMS Most Innings Pitched, Game 19.2, Rice (10) vs. Stanford (9.2), June 21, 2003 Most Innings Pitched, Series 53.2, Rice (27) vs. Stanford (26.2), 2003 Fewest Hits Allowed, Game 12, Texas (4) vs. Florida (8), June 25,

145 PITCHING BOTH TEAMS (continued) Fewest Hits Allowed, Series 28, Texas (10) vs. Florida (18), 2005 Fewest Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Game 1, Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (0), June 26, 2006 Fewest Extra-Base Hits Allowed, Series 5, Cal St. Fullerton (2) vs. Texas (3), 2004 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed, Game 1, Oregon St. (0) vs. North Carolina (1), June 26, 2006 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed, Series 10, Cal St. Fullerton (5) vs. Texas (5), 2004 Fewest Runs Allowed, Game 5, Cal St. Fullerton (2) vs. Texas (3), June 27, , Oregon St. (2) vs. North Carolina (3), June 26, 2006 Fewest Runs Allowed, Series 14, Texas (4) vs. Florida (10), 2005 Fewest Walks Allowed, Game 1, Texas (0) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (1), June Fewest Walks Allowed, Series 7, Cal St. Fullerton (3) vs. Texas (4), 2004 Fewest Strikeouts, Game 7, Rice (4) vs. Stanford (3), June 23, 2003 Fewest Strikeouts, Series 25, Rice (13) vs. Stanford (12), 2003 Most Strikeouts, Game 21, Texas (11) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (10), June 26, 2004 Most Strikeouts, Series 40, Texas (20) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (20), 2004 Most Hit Batters, Game 2, Cal St. Fullerton (1) vs. Texas (1), June 26, , Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (1), June 25, 2006 Most Hit Batters, Series 4, Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (3), 2006 Most Wild Pitches, Game 5, Stanford (3) vs. Rice (2), June 22, 2003 Most Wild Pitches, Series 6, Stanford (3) vs. Rice (3), 2003 Most Pitchers Used, Game 8, Cal St. Fullerton (4) vs. Texas (4), June 26, , Oregon St. (5) vs. North Carolina (3), June 26, 2006 Most Different Pitchers Used, Series 16, Stanford (10) vs. Rice (6),

146 FIELDING BOTH TEAMS Most Putouts, Game 59, Rice (30) vs. Stanford (29), June 21, 2003 Most Putouts, Series 161, Rice (81) vs. Stanford (80), 2003 Most Assists, Game 36, Oregon St. (19) vs. North Carolina (17), June 24, 2006 Most Assists, Series 84, Oregon St. (41) vs. North Carolina (43), 2006 Most Errors, Game 5, Texas (3) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (2), June 26, , Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (4), June 26, 2006 Most Errors, Series 9, Texas (6) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (3), 2004 Most Chances, Game 88, Oregon St. (43) vs. North Carolina (45), June 24, 2006 Most Chances, Series 243, Oregon St. (120) vs. North Carolina (123), 2006 Most Double Plays, Game 3, Rice (2) vs. Stanford (1), June 22, , Florida (2) vs. Texas (1), June 26, , Oregon St. (1) vs. North Carolina (2), June 24, , Oregon St. (0) vs. North Carolina (3), June 25, 2006 Most Double Plays, Series 7, Oregon St. (2) vs. North Carolina (6), 2006 MISCELLANEOUS Largest Attendance, Championship Series Game 26,808, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, June 24, 2006 (Game 1) Largest Attendance, Championship Series 70,419, Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, 2006 (3 games) Longest Game By Innings 10, Rice vs. Stanford, June 21, 2003 Longest Game By Time 3:46, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, June 26, 2004 Shortest Game By Time 2:50, Texas vs. Florida, June 26, 2005 Most Players Used By One Team 19, Stanford vs. Rice, June 23, 2003 Most Players Used By Two Teams 31, Oregon St. (16) vs. North Carolina (15), June 26, 2006 Largest Margin Of Victory 12, Rice (14) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (2), June 23,

147 MISCELLANEOUS (continued) Largest Margin Overcome For Victory 5, Oregon St. (11) vs. North Carolina (7), June 25, 2006 (Oregon St. trailed 5-0 going to bottom of 4 th.) Most Appearances In Championship Series 2, Texas Most Games Played In Championship Series 4, Texas 145

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151 MEN S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES UMPIRES (MCWS Championship Game Only) DATE ATTENDANCE UMPIRES ,258 Bill McKinley, Ed Hurley ,757 Bill McKinley, Fred Spurgeon ,000 Ed Brady, Charley Carpenter, Everett Massey, Volney Paul ,384 Hank Soar, Lon Warneke, Jack Tobin ,290 Lon Warneke, Jack Tobin, Art Alvarez ,914 Joe Cibulka, Larry Napp, John Pelton, Jack Tobin ,303 Jack Tobin, Hal Dixon, Jim Duffy, Robert Luschen ,810 Nestor Chylak, Jack Tobin, George Hametz, Hal Dixon ,042 Walter Doyle, Walter Harbour, George Hametz, John Hergert ,890 Shag Crawford, Jack Tobin, George Hametz, Frank Tabacchi ,211 Ken Burkhart, Frank Umont, Jack Tobin, Walter Harbour ,021 Bob Stewart, Vincent Smith, Jerry Carlton, George Hametz ,168 Bob Stewart, Jack Tobin, Don Carrothers, Ed Sudol Bill Summers, Don Carrothers, Yrkoski, Ed LaBrosse ,704 Al Forman, Don Carrothers, Yrkoski, LaBrosse ,395 Lee Weyer, Don Carrothers, Yrkoski, Ed LaBrosse ,682 Mel Steiner, Don Carrothers, Jim Kiehn, Ed LaBrosse ,562 Don Carrothers, Richard Daup, Yrkoski, Gast ,698 John Kibler, Jim Odom, Don Carrothers, Ed LaBrosse, Richard Daup, Price ,507 Charlie Berry, Don Carrothers, Price, Ed LaBrosse, Dale Bergman, McCourt ,210 Bill McKinley, Don Carrothers, Hank Rountree, Stanek ,412 Harry Schreiber, Doug Cossey, Jim Duplechain, Hank Morganweck, Don Carrothers, Bob Riha ,050 McDonough, Bull Newsome, Yost, Fletcher Harvey ,542 Art Blair, Doug Cossey, Cece Carlucci, Gus Steiner ,945 Bull Newsome, Stewart, Don Gust, Kirby Hogue ,950 Al Forman, Doug Cossey, Harry Schreiber, Fred Hodge ,050 Bob Motley, John Hollar, Giles Threadgold, Gene Agnes ,346 Cap Tyson, Tom Ravashiere, Tony Patch Jr., Al Alford ,717 Sonny Noel, Harold Easley, John Couch, Bud Grainger ,576 C. J. Mitchell, Mel Neese, Doug Cossey, Fred Gerardi ,875 Doug Cossey, Gus Steiner, C. J. Mitchell, Al Forman ,172 Hank Rountree, Ed Mariano, Bud Grainger, Dale Williams ,158 Hank Rountree, Jon Bible, Tony Patch Jr., Bob Clement ,276 Jon Bible, Tony Patch, Boyd Mauer, Bob Clement ,239 Gus Steiner, Boyd Mauer, Joe Driscoll, Murray Strey ,321 Dick Runchey, Randy Christal, Linzy Sumpter, Jim Dunne ,957 Joe Driscoll, Hank Rountree, Jon Bible, Randy Christal ,487 Gus Steiner, Murray Strey, Joe Driscoll, Al Forman ,830 Al Forman, Murray Strey, Tony Patch Jr., Dan Pedersen ,659 Hank Rountree, Randy Christal, Bill Rosenberry, Dick Zivic ,132 Randy Christal, Hank Rountree, Bob Nelson, Bill Rosenberry ,071 Jon Bible, Dale Williams, Jim Garman, Ron Graham, Rusty Herring, Bob Jones ,701 Dale Williams, Gus Steiner, Bob Jones, Ron Graham, Bruce Ravan, Bob Roberts ,482 Dick Runchey, Hank Rountree, Randy Christal, Ken Eldridge, Don January, Bob Hernandez ,612 Lee Hagler, Tony Patch Jr., Bill Rosenberry, Dan Pedersen, Bill Lopina, Dave Yeast ,962 Dale Williams, Larry Randall, Dick Zivic, Tom McKinney, Al Davis, Larry Waggoner ,286 Jim Garman, Don January, Ron Graham, Tom Jenkins, Tony Thompson, Bill L Heureux ,503 Dick Runchey, Dan Pedersen, Bob Nelson, John Magnusson, Tim Henderson, Bill Davis 149

152 DATE ATTENDANCE UMPIRES ,027 Ken Eldridge, Dale Williams, Wade Ford, Bob Homolka, Rich Fetchiet, Jon Bible ,905 Scott Graham, Randy Christal, Tom McKinney, Tony Thompson, Kevin Gillmore, Bob Jones ,401 Al Davis, Jim Garman, John Magnusson, Bob Hernandez, Danny Mascorro, Gus Rodriguez ,456 Dick Runchey, Wade Ford, Ken Eldridge, Tony Walsh, Nick Zibelli, Tony Gisondi ,563 Rich Fetchiet, Dan Pedersen, Bill Davis, Randy Bruns, Tim Norman, Ken Couch ,282 Scott Graham, Al Davis, Joe Burleson, Danny Mascorro, Tony Maners, David Wiley ,070 Tony Walsh, Tim Henderson, Ken Eldridge, Gus Rodriguez, Paul Gullie, Ron Sebastian ,089 Jim Garman, John Magnusson, Nick Zibelli, A. J. Lostaglio, Perry Costello, Kevin Daugherty ,494 Al Davis, Joe Burleson, Randy Bruns, Ken Eldridge, Tony Maners, Frank Sylvester ,395 Tony Walsh, Dave Buck, Paul Guillie, David Rogers, Ken Gracner, Gus Rodriguez ,836 Jim Garman, Bill Davis, David Wiley, Andy Eaves, Steve Manders, Mike Conlin ,565 Joe Burleson, Paul Guillie, Tony Maners, Perry Costello, Darrel Mason, Randy Bruns MOST CWS GAMES WORKED, HOME PLATE 1. Jack Tobin Don Carrothers Al Forman Doug Cossey Hank Rountree Gus Steiner Dale Williams Randy Christal Jon Bible Ed LaBrosse Tony Patch, Jr Dick Runchey Jim Garman Ken Eldridge C. J. Mitchell Bull Newsome Dan Pedersen Bob Stewart Jim Duffy Al Davis Larry Napp Lon Warneke 9 MOST CWS GAMES WORKED MOST CWS WORKED 1. Don Carrothers Dale Bergman Ed LaBrosse 9 4. Hank Rountree 8 4. Randy Christal 8 4. Jack Tobin 8 4. Dale Williams 8 8. Jon Bible 7 8. Richard Daup 7 8. Al Forman 7 8. Gus Steiner Doug Cossey George Hametz Tony Patch, Jr Bob Riha Ed Stanek Joe Stanek, Jr Unknown Yrkoski Jim Garman Ken Eldridge Fred Gerardi John Hergert Dan Pedersen Dick Runchey 5 1. Don Carrothers Jack Tobin Dale Williams Randy Christal Hank Rountree Ed LaBrosse Gus Steiner Al Forman Jon Bible Doug Cossey Tony Patch, Jr Jim Garman Dick Runchey Richard Daup Ken Eldridge George Hametz Dan Pedersen Dale Bergman C. J. Mitchell Al Davis

153 AT THE MCWS, THE LAST TIME. a team went undefeated throughout the NCAA Tournament: Miami (Fla.), 2001 (9-0) a team went undefeated in the MCWS: Texas, 2005 (5-0) a team won six games at the MCWS: Oregon St., 2006 a team lost twice in the MCWS and won the National Championship: Oregon St., 2006 a team made its first-ever MCWS appearance Missouri State, 2003 a team lost its first game and came back to win the championship: Oregon St., 2006 two teams made their first appearance in the Championship Game/Series: Oregon St. and North Carolina, 2006 both teams in Championship Game/Series were trying to win their first National Championship: Oregon St. and North Carolina, 2006 a team played eight games at the MCWS: Oregon St., 2006 a team won an MCWS game for the first time and a national title in the same year: Oregon St., 2006 a team won six elimination games at the MCWS: Oregon St., games were played in one year at the MCWS: 2006 a player hit an inside-the-park home run: Chris Burke, ss, Tennessee vs. Georgia, (19-12) a player hit a home run to lead-off the game: Tyler Henley, cf, Rice vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-2) a player hit the first pitch of the game for a home run: Zane Green, dh, Clemson vs. South Carolina, (4-12) there were no home runs during a double-header: Baylor vs. Oregon St. (4-3) and Texas vs. Tulane (5-0), a player hit two home runs in one game: Jay Cox, lf, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-5) players hit back-to-back home runs: Jay Cox, lf & Tim Federowicz, dh, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, 5th inn., (6-5) players hit back-to-back home runs on back-to-back pitches: Jay Cox, lf & Tim Federowicz, dh, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, 5th inn., (6-5) players hit back-to-back home runs in the championship game: Tony Martinez, 3b, & Tony Miranda, lf, Cal St. Fullerton vs. Southern California, (11-5) 151

154 AT THE MCWS, THE LAST TIME. players hit back-to-back-to-back home runs: Brad Cresse, c, & Clint Earnhart, dh & Wes Davis, rf, LSU vs. Mississippi St., 2nd inn., (10-8) a player hit a home run to end a game: Chance Wheeless, 1b, Texas vs. Baylor, (4-3) a player hit a home run to end the championship game: Warren Morris, 2b, LSU vs. Miami (Fla.), (9-8) a player hit a grand slam to end an extra-inning game: Paul Carey, rf, Stanford vs. LSU, (6-5, 10 innings) a player hit a pinch-hit home run: Jacob Hilgendorf, ph, Missouri St., (2-4) a player hit a pinch-hit home run to end a 9-inning game: Dave Shermet, ph, Arizona vs. Maine, (8-7) a pitcher earned the win and hit a home run in the same game: Jason Lane, Southern California vs. Arizona St., (21-14) a player hit for the cycle: Jerry Kindall, ss, Minnesota vs. Mississippi, (13-5) a team hit three home runs in one inning: LSU vs. Mississippi St., (2nd inning) no home runs were hit on opening day: Arizona St. vs. Cal St. Fullerton (5-3) and Texas vs. Oklahoma, (4-2), a player hit home runs in back-to-back plate appearances: Jay Cox, lf, North Carolina vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-5) a team did not walk or strike out in the same game: Stanford vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (4-1) a team was shut out in back-to-back games: Rice vs. Oregon St. (5-0, and 2-0, ) a player struck out five times in one game: Drew Stubbs, Texas vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (4-6) a player stole home: Steven Feehan, cf, La.-Lafayette vs. Clemson, (5-4) a player was awarded first base on catcher s interference: Greg Schulte, cf, Michigan vs. Mississippi St., (the catcher was Terry Loe) a player was called out for using an illegal bat: Tony Barquin, Miami (Fla.) vs. Michigan, (3-2) a player was called out for batter s interference: Brian Barre, cf, Southern California vs. Florida St., (2-3) a pitcher threw a complete game: Robert Woodard, North Carolina and Stephen Faris, Clemson, (2-0) 152

155 AT THE MCWS, THE LAST TIME. a game featured two complete games by the starting pitchers: Robert Woodard, North Carolina vs. Stephen Faris, Clemson, (2-0) a pitcher threw a complete-game shutout: Robert Woodard, North Carolina vs. Clemson, (2-0) pitchers threw a combined shutout: Jonah Nickerson & Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St. vs. Rice, (2-0) a pitcher threw nine innings of relief in a 9-inning game: Dick Larner, California vs. Yale, (17-4) a pitcher also played catcher in the same game: Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (5-7) a starting pitcher failed to make it out of the first inning: Jason Berken, Clemson vs. Cal St. Fullerton, (6-7) a pitcher won at least one game and had two saves in the MCWS: Kevin Gunderson, Oregon St., 2006 a player threw two complete games in one CWS: Jason Windsor, Cal St. Fullerton vs. South Carolina, (2-0) and Cal St. Fullerton vs. Texas, (3-2) a team had pitchers throw three complete games in one CWS: Cal St. Fullerton (Jason Windsor, 2; Ricky Romero, 1), 2004 a team had pitchers throw four complete games in one CWS: Georgia (Dave Flemming, 2; Mike Rebban, 2), 1990 a team pitched shutouts in back-to-back games: Oregon St. vs. Rice (5-0, and 2-0, ) a team shut out an opponent twice in one CWS: Oregon St. vs. Rice (5-0, and 2-0, ) neither team committed an error in a game: North Carolina vs. Oregon St., (7-11) a team turned a triple play St. John s (N.Y) vs. Hawaii, (2-7) a player tossed a live ball into the stands as a souvenir: Gary Burnham, lf, Clemson vs. Miami (Fla.), (3-7) (Rudy Gomez hit a double down the third base line and Burnham, thinking it was a foul, tossed the ball into the stands and Gomez was awarded home) a game was shortened because of rain: South Carolina vs. Eastern Mich., 6 innings, (5-1) two games were rained out on the same day: a tornado warning evacuated the press box: a team was involved in three rain delays during the CWS: Oregon St., 2006 (two rain delays on June 17 vs. Miami (Fla.) and one delay in championship series game vs. North Carolina on June 24) 153

156 AT THE MCWS, THE LAST TIME. two rain delays in the same game: Miami (Fla.) vs. Oregon St. (a four-minute delay prior to the bottom of the fifth and a 1:34 delay in the top of the eighth) a team changed uniforms during a game: Florida St. vs. Miami (Fla.), (2-4) (during a rain delay) brothers were starters for the same team in a game: Clay Harris, 3b and Will Harris, 1b, LSU vs. South Carolina, (4-15) a son played in the CWS, preceded by his father: Huston Street, Texas, 2002, 2003, 2004 and James Street, Texas, 1968, 1969, 1970 two games were won in a team s final at-bat on the same day: Arizona St. vs. Nebraska (8-7, 11 inn.) & Baylor vs. Tulane (8-7), both games of a doubleheader ended with the same score: Arizona St. vs. Nebraska, and Baylor vs. Tulane, (8-7) a team rallied after trailing by four or more runs through the first seven innings in a CWS game: Clemson vs. Georgia Tech, 8-4 (down 4-0 enter the bottom of the 8 th inning, ) a team overcame a three-run deficit to win a championship series game: Oregon St. vs. North Carolina, (Down 5-0 heading into the bottom of the 4 th inning, won 11-7) both benches left the dugout: La.-Lafayette vs. Clemson, (5-4) a player was ejected from a game: Tyler Henley, cf, Rice vs. Oregon St., 7th inn., (0-5) a coach was ejected from a game: Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) vs. Rice, 9th inn., (2-3) there was a crowd of less than 10,000 for a game: 8,267, Wichita St. vs. Long Beach St., (8-5, Game No. 4) 154

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159 ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS BY SCHOOL (160 Coaches) ( ) App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th ALABAMA Tilden Campbell (1950) Barry Shollenberger (1983) Jim Wells (1996, 97, 99) ARIZONA Frank Sancet (1954, 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 63, 66, 70) Jerry Kindall (1976, 79, 80, 85, 86) Andy Lopez (2004) ARIZONA ST. Bobby Winkles (1964, 65, 67, 69) Jim Brock (1972, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 83, 84, 87, 88, 93, 94) Pat Murphy (1998, 2005) ARKANSAS Norm DeBriyn (1979, 85, 87, 89) Dave Van Horn (2004) AUBURN Paul Nix (1967, 76) Hal Baird (1994, 97) BAYLOR Mickey Sullivan (1977, 78) Steve Smith (2005) BOSTON COLLEGE John Tempoe (1953) Ed Peligrini (60, 61, 67) BRADLEY Leo Schrall (1950, 56) BRIGHAM YOUNG Glen Tuckett (1968, 71) CALIFORNIA Clint Evans (1947) George Wolfman (1957) Bob Milano (1980, 88, 92) CAL ST. FULLERTON Augie Garrido (1975, 79, 82, 84, 92, 94, 95) Larry Cochell (1988, 90) George Horton (1999, 01, 03, 04, 06) CAL ST. L.A. Jack Deutsch (1977) CITADEL Chal Port (1990)

160 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th CLEMSON Bill Wilhelm (1958, 59, 76, 77, 80, 91) Jack Leggett (1995, 96, 00, 02, 06) COLGATE Red O'Hora (1955) COLORADO ST. Mark Duncan (1950) CONNECTICUT J.O. Christian (1957, 59) Larry Panciera (65, 72, 79) CREIGHTON Jim Hendry (1991) DARTMOUTH Tony Lupien (1970) DELAWARE Bob Hannah (1970) DUKE Jack Coombs (1952) Ace Parker (1953, 61) EASTERN MICH. Ron Oestrike (1975, 76) FLORIDA Joe Arnold (1988, 91) Andy Lopez (1996, 98) Pat McMahon (2005) FLORIDA ST. Dan Litwhiler (1957, 62, 63) Fred Hatfield (1965) Jack Stallings (1970) Woody Woodward (1975) Mike Martin (1980, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 99, 00) FRESNO ST. Pete Beiden (1959) Bob Bennett (1988, 91) GEORGIA Steve Webber (1987, 90) Ron Polk (2001) David Perno (2004, 06) GA. SOUTHERN Ron Polk (1973) Jack Stallings (1990) GEORGIA TECH Danny Hall (1994, 02, 06)

161 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th HARVARD Loyal Park (1968, 71, 73, 74) HAWAII Les Murakami (1980) HOLY CROSS Jack Barry (1952, 58) Albert Riopel (1962, 63) HOUSTON Lovette Hill (1953, 67) INDIANA ST. Bob Warn (1986) IOWA Duane Banks (1972) IOWA ST. Cap Timm (1957, 70) ITHACA Bucky Freeman (1962) JAMES MADISON Brad Babcock (1983) KANSAS Dave Bingham (1993) LAFAYETTE Charlie Gelbert (1953, 54, 58, 65) LONG BEACH ST. Dave Snow (1989, 91, 93, 98) LA.-LAFAYETTE Tony Robichaux (2000) LSU Skip Bertman (1986, 87, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98, 00) Smoke Laval (2003, 04) LOYOLA MARYMOUNT Dave Snow (1986) MAINE John Butterfield (1964) John Winkin (1976, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86) MASSACHUSETTS Dick Bergquist (1954, 69) MIAMI (FLA.) Ron Fraser (1974, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 92) Jim Morris (1994, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04, 06)

162 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th MICHIGAN Ray Fisher (1953) Don Lund (1962) Moby Benedict (1978) Bud Middaugh (1980, 81, 83, 84) MICHIGAN ST. John Kobs (1954) MINNESOTA Dick Siebert (1956, 60, 64, 73, 77) MISSISSIPPI Tom Swayze (1956, 64, 69) Jake Gibbs (1972) MISSISSIPPI ST. Paul Gregory (1971) Ron Polk (1979, 81, 85, 90, 97) Pat McMahon (1998) MISSOURI Hi Simmons (1952, 54, 58, 62, 63, 64) MISSOURI ST. Keith Guttin (2003) NEBRASKA Dave Van Horn (2001, 02) Mike Anderson (2005) NEW HAMPSHIRE Hank Swasey (1956) NEW ORLEANS Ron Maestri (1984) NEW YORK U. Bill McCarthy (1956) Larry Geracioti (1969) NORTH CAROLINA Walt Rabb (1960, 66) Mike Roberts (1978, 89) Mike Fox (2006) NORTH CAROLINA ST. Sam Esposito (1968) NORTHEASTERN John Connelly (1966) NORTHERN COLO. Pete Butler (1952, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62) Tom Petroff (1974) NOTRE DAME Jake Kline (1957) Paul Mainieri (2002)

163 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th OHIO Robert Wren (1970) OHIO ST. Marty Karow (1951, 65, 66, 67) OKLAHOMA Jack Baer (1951) Enos Semore (1972, 73, 74, 75, 76,) Larry Cochell (1992, 94, 95) OKLAHOMA ST. Toby Greene (1954, 55, 59, 60, 61) Chet Bryan (1966, 67, 68) Gary Ward (1981, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 93, 96) Tom Holliday (1999) ORAL ROBERTS Larry Cochell (1978) OREGON Don Kirsch (1954) OREGON ST. Ralph Coleman (1952) Pat Casey (2005, 06) PENN ST. Joe Bedenk (1952, 57, 59) Chuck Medlar (1963, 73) PEPPERDINE Dave Gorrie (1979) Andy Lopez (1992) PRINCETON Emerson Dickman (1951) RICE Wayne Graham (1997, 99, 02, 03, 06) RIDER Tom Petroff (1967) ROLLINS Joe Justice (1954) RUTGERS George Case (1950) ST. JOHN'S (N.Y.) Frank McGuire (1949) Jack Kaiser (1960, 66, 68) Joe Russo (1978, 80) ST. LOUIS Roy Lee (1965) SAN JOSE ST. Sam Piraro (2000)

164 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th SANTA CLARA Paddy Cottrell (1962) SETON HALL Owen Carroll (1964, 71) Mike Sheppard (1974, 75) SOUTH CAROLINA Bobby Richardson (1975) June Raines (1977, 81, 82, 85) Ray Tanner (2002, 03, 04) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Sam Barry (1948, 49) Rod Dedeaux (1951, 55, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 78) Mike Gillespie (1995, 98, 00, 01) SOUTHERN ILL. Joe Lutz (1968, 69) Richard "Itchy" Jones (1971, 74, 77) SPRINGFIELD Archie Allen (1951, 55) STANFORD Everett Dean (1953) Dutch Fehring (1967) Mark Marquess (1982, 83, 85, 87, 88, 90, 95, 97, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03) SYRACUSE Ted Kleinhans (1961) TEMPLE Skip Wilson (1972, 77) TENNESSEE S.W. Anderson (1951) Rod Delmonico (1995, 01, 05) TEXAS Bibb Falk (1949, 50, 52, 53, 57, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66) Cliff Gustafson (1968, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 92, 93) Augie Garrido (2000, 02, 03, 04, 05) TEXAS A&M Beau Bell (1951) Tom Chandler (1964) Mark Johnson (1993, 99) TEX.-PAN AMERICAN Al Olgletree (1971) TUFTS John Ricker (1950)

165 App. Won Lost Pct. CH 2nd 3rd 4th T5th T7th TULANE Rick Jones (2001, 05) TULSA Gene Shell (1969, 71) UCLA Art Reichle (1969) Gary Adams (1997) UTAH Pete Carlson (1951) WAKE FOREST Taylor Sanford (1949, 55) WASHINGTON ST. Arthur Bailey (1950, 56) Bobo Brayton (1965, 76) WESTERN MICH. Charlie Mahr (1952, 55, 58, 59, 61, 63) WICHITA ST. Gene Stephenson (1982, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 96) WISCONSIN Arthur Mansfield (1950) WYOMING Bud Daniel (1956) YALE Ethan Allen (1947, 48) TOTALS * *Includes ties for third 163

166 ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS-- ALPHABETICAL ( ) Coach School Years App. Won Lost Pct. Gary Adams UCLA Archie Allen Springfield 1951, Ethan Allen Yale 1947, Mike Anderson Nebraska S.W. Anderson Tennessee Jim Arnold Florida 1988, Brad Babcock James Madison Jack Baer Oklahoma Arthur Bailey Washington St. 1950, Hal Baird Auburn 1994, Duane Banks Iowa Jack Barry Holy Cross 1952, Sam Barry USC 1948, Joe Bedenk Penn St. 1952, 57, Pete Beiden Fresno St Beau Bell Texas A&M Moby Benedict Michigan Bob Bennett Fresno St. 1988, Dick Bergquist Massachusetts 1954, Skip Bertman LSU 1986, 87, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98, Dave Bingham Kansas Bobo Brayton Washington St. 1965, Jim Brock Arizona St. 1972, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 83, 84, 87, 88, 93, Chet Bryan Oklahoma St. 1966, 67, Pete Butler Northern Colo. 1952, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, John Butterfield Maine Tilden Campbell Alabama Pete Carlson Utah Owen Carroll Seton Hall 1964, George Case Rutgers Pat Casey Oregon St. 2005, Tom Chandler Texas A&M J.O. Christian Connecticut 1957, Larry Cochell Cal St. Fullerton 1988, Larry Cochell Oklahoma 1992, 94, Larry Cochell Oral Roberts COCHELL TOTAL Ralph Coleman Oregon St John Connelly Northeastern Jack Coombs Duke Paddy Cottrell Santa Clara Bud Daniel Wyoming Everett Dean Stanford Norm DeBriyn Arkansas 1979, 85, 87, Rod Dedeaux USC 1951,55,58,60,61,63,64,66,68,70,71,72,73,74, Rod Delmonico Tennessee 1995, 2001, Jack Deutsch Cal St. L.A

167 Mark Duncan Colorado St Emerson Dickman Princeton Sam Esposito North Caro. St Clint Evans California Bib Falk Texas 1949, 50, 52, 53, 57, 61, 62, 63, 65, Dutch Fehring Stanford Ray Fisher Michigan Mike Fox North Carolina Ron Fraser Miami (Fla.) 1974, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, Bucky Freeman Ithaca Augie Garrido Cal St. Fullerton 1975, 79, 82, 84, 92, 94, Augie Garrido Texas 2000, 02, 03, 04, GARRIDO TOTAL Charlie Gelbert Lafayette 1953, 54, 58, Larry Geracioti New York U Jake Gibbs Mississippi Mike Gillespie USC 1995, 98, 2000, Dave Gorrie Pepperdine Wayne Graham Rice 1997, 99, 2002, 03, Toby Greene Oklahoma St. 1954, 55, 59, 60, Paul Gregory Mississippi St Cliff Gustafson Texas 1968,69,70,72,73,74,75,79,81,82,83,84,85,87,89,92, Keith Guttin Missouri St Danny Hall Georgia Tech 1994, 2002, Bob Hannah Delaware Fred Hatfield Florida St Jim Hendry Creighton Lovette Hill Houston 1953, Tom Holliday Oklahoma St George Horton Cal St. Fullerton 1999, 2001, 03, 04, Mark Johnson Texas A&M 1993, Richard Itchy Jones Southern Ill. 1971, 74, Rick Jones Tulane 2001, Joe Justice Rollins Jack Kaiser St. John s (N.Y.) 1960, 66, Marty Karow Ohio St. 1951, 65, 66, Jerry Kindall Arizona 1976, 79, 80, 85, Don Kirsch Oregon Ted Kleinhans Syracuse Jake Kline Notre Dame John Kobs Michigan St Smoke Laval LSU 2003, Roy Lee St. Louis Jack Leggett Clemson 1995, 96, 2000, 02, Dan Litwhiler Florida St. 1957, 62, Andy Lopez Arizona Andy Lopez Florida 1996, Andy Lopez Pepperdine LOPEZ TOTAL

168 Don Lund Michigan Tony Lupien Dartmouth Joe Lutz Southern Ill. 1968, Ron Maestri New Orleans Charlie Mahr Western Mich. 1952, 55, 58, 59, 61, Paul Mainieri Notre Dame Arthur Mansfield Wisconsin Mark Marquess Stanford 1982, 83, 85, 87, 88, 90, 95, 97, 99, 2000, 01, 02, Mike Martin Florida St. 1980, 86, 87, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 99, Bill McCarthy New York U Frank McGuire St. John s (N.Y.) Pat McMahon Florida Pat McMahon Mississippi St MCMAHON TOTAL Chuck Medlar Penn St. 1963, Bud Middaugh Michigan 1980, 81, 83, Bob Milano California 1980, 88, Jim Morris Miami (Fla.) 1994, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2001, 03, 04, Les Murakami Hawaii Pat Murphy Arizona St. 1998, Paul Nix Auburn 1967, Ron Oestrike Eastern Mich. 1975, Red O Hora Colgate Al Olgletree Tex.-Pan Am Larry Panciera Connecticut 1965, 72, Loyal Park Harvard 1968, 71, 73, Ace Parker Duke 1953, Ed Peligrini Boston College 1960, 61, David Perno Georgia 2004, Tom Petroff Northern Colo Tom Petroff Rider PETROFF TOTAL Sam Piraro San Jose St Ron Polk Georgia Ron Polk Ga. Southern Ron Polk Mississippi St. 1979, 81, 85, 90, POLK TOTAL Chal Port Citadel Walt Rabb North Carolina 1960, June Raines South Carolina 1977, 81, 82, Art Reichle UCLA Bobby Richardson South Carolina John Ricker Tufts Albert Riopel Holy Cross 1962, Mike Roberts North Carolina 1978, Tony Robichaux La.-Lafayette Joe Russo St. John s (N.Y.) 1978,

169 Frank Sancet Arizona 1954, 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 63, 66, Taylor Sanford Wake Forest 1949, Leo Schrall Bradley 1950, Enos Semore Oklahoma 1972, 73, 74, 75, Gene Shell Tulsa 1969, Mike Sheppard Seton Hall 1974, Barry Shollenberger Alabama Dick Siebert Minnesota 1956, 60, 64, 73, Hi Simmons Missouri 1952, 54, 58, 62, 63, Steve Smith Baylor Dave Snow Long Beach St. 1989, 91, 93, Dave Snow Loyola Mary SNOW TOTAL Jack Stallings Florida St Jack Stallings Ga. Southern STALLINGS TOTAL Gene Stephenson Wichita St. 1982, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, Mickey Sullivan Baylor 1977, Hank Swasey New Hampshire Tom Swayze Mississippi 1956, 64, Ray Tanner South Carolina 2002, 03, John Tempoe Boston College Cap Timm Iowa St. 1957, Glen Tuckett Brigham Young 1968, Dave Van Horn Arkansas Dave Van Horn Nebraska 2001, VAN HORN TOTAL Gary Ward Oklahoma St. 1981, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 90, 93, Bob Warn Indiana St Steve Webber Georgia 1987, Jim Wells Alabama 1996, 97, Bill Wilhelm Clemson 1958, 59, 76, 77, 80, Skip Wilson Temple 1972, John Winkin Maine 1976, 81, 82, 83, 84, Bobby Winkles Arizona St. 1964, 65, 67, George Wolfman California Woody Woodward Florida St Robert Wren Ohio

170 COACHING LEADERS BY CATEGORY APPEARANCES 17 Cliff Gustafson, Texas 15 Rod Dedeaux, Southern California 13 Jim Brock, Arizona St. 13 Mark Marquess, Stanford 12 Ron Fraser, Miami (Fla.) 12 Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton (7), Texas (5) 12 Mike Martin, Florida St. 11 Skip Bertman, LSU 10 Bibb Falk, Texas 10 Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) 10 Gary Ward, Oklahoma St. 9 Pete Butler, Northern Colo. 9 Frank Sancet, Arizona 7 Gene Stephenson, Wichita St. 7 Ron Polk, Ga. Southern (1), Mississippi St. (5), Georgia (1) 6 Larry Cochell, Cal St. Fullerton (2), Oklahoma (3), Oral Roberts (1) 6 Charlie Mahr, Western Mich. 6 Hi Simmons, Missouri 6 Bill Wilhelm, Clemson 6 John Winkin, Maine GAMES 76 Rod Dedeaux, Southern California 74 Cliff Gustafson, Texas 60 Jim Brock, Arizona St. 57 Mark Marquess, Stanford 50 Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton (30), Texas (20) 47 Ron Fraser, Miami (Fla.) 42 Skip Bertman, LSU 41 Mike Martin, Florida St. 38 Gary Ward, Oklahoma St. 37 Bibb Falk, Texas 35 Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) 35 Frank Sancet, Arizona 29 Hi Simmons, Missouri 27 Gene Stephenson, Wichita St. 24 Dick Siebert, Minnesota 24 Toby Greene, Oklahoma St. WINNING PERCENTAGE (Min. 20 Games).789 (60-16) Rod Dedeaux, Southern California.762 (16-5) Bobby Winkles, Arizona St..708 (17-7) Dick Siebert, Minnesota.690 (29-13) Skip Bertman, LSU.682 (15-7) Jerry Kindall, Arizona.680(34-16) Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton/Texas.625 (15-9) Toby Greene, Oklahoma St..621 (18-11) Hi Simmons, Missouri.600 (36-24) Jim Brock, Arizona St..596 (34-23) Mark Marquess, Stanford.595 (44-30) Cliff Gustafson, Texas.593 (16-11) Gene Stephenson, Wichita St..571 (20-15) Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.).571 (12-9) George Horton, Cal St. Fullerton.553 (26-21) Ron Friser, Miami (Fla.).541 (20-17) Bibb Falk, Texas VICTORIES 60 Rod Dedeaux, Southern California 44 Cliff Gustafson, Texas 36 Jim Brock, Arizona St. 34 Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton/Texas 34 Mark Marquess, Stanford 29 Skip Bertman, LSU 26 Ron Fraser, Miami (Fla.) 20 Bibb Falk, Texas 20 Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) 19 Gary Ward, Oklahoma St. 18 Hi Simmons, Missouri 17 Frank Sancet, Arizona 17 Dick Siebert, Minnesota 16 Bobby Winkles, Arizona St. 16 Gene Stephenson, Wichita St. TITLES 10 Rod Dedeaux, Southern California 5 Skip Bertman, LSU 5 Augie Garrido, Cal St. Fullerton (3), Texas (2) 3 Jerry Kindall, Arizona 3 Dick Siebert, Minnesota 3 Bobby Winkles, Arizona St. 168

171 COACHING THREE DIFFERENT TEAMS IN CWS (3) Larry Cochell (Oral Roberts, 1978; Cal St. Fullerton, 1988, 1990; Oklahoma, 1992, 1994, 1995) Ron Polk (Ga. Southern, 1973; Mississippi St., 1979, 1981, 1985, 1990, 1997; Georgia, 2001) Andy Lopez (Pepperdine, 1992; Florida 1996, 1998; Arizona, 2004) COACHING TWO DIFFERENT TEAMS IN CWS (6) Tom Petroff (Rider, 1967 and Northern Colo., 1974) Dave Snow (Loyola Marymount, 1986 and Long Beach St., 1989, 1991, 1993, 1998) Jack Stallings (Florida St., 1970 and Ga. Southern, 1990) Augie Garrido (Cal St. Fullerton, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1992, 1994, 1995 and Texas, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) Dave Van Horn (Nebraska, 2001, 2002 and Arkansas, 2004) Pat McMahon (Mississippi St., 1998 and Florida, 2005) WINNING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WITH TWO DIFFERENT TEAMS (1) Augie Garrido (Cal St. Fullerton, 1979, 1984, 1995 and Texas, 2002, 2005) WINNING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN FOUR DIFFERENT DECADES (1) Augie Garrido (Cal St. Fullerton, 1979, 1984, 1995 and Texas, 2002, 2005) TAKING TEAM TO OMAHA FIRST SIX YEARS AT THAT SCHOOL Jim Morris (Miami (Fla.), 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999) TAKING TEAM TO OMAHA FIRST THREE YEARS AT THAT SCHOOL Cliff Gustafson (Texas, 1968, 1969, 1970) COACHED AND PLAYED IN CWS (10) Name Player (Years) Head Coach (Years) Mike Fox North Carolina (1978) North Carolina (2006) Augie Garrido Fresno St. (1959) Cal St. Fullerton (1975, 79, 82, 84, 92, 94, 95) and Texas (2000, 02) * Mike Gillespie Southern California (1960, 61) Southern California (1995, 98, 00) George Horton Cal St. Fullerton (1975) Cal St. Fullerton (1999) Jack Kaiser St. John s (N. Y.) (1949) St. John s (N. Y.) (1960, 66, 68) *Jerry Kindall Minnesota (1956) Arizona (1976, 79, 80, 85, 86) Jack Leggett Maine (1976) Clemson (1995, 00) Mark Marquess Stanford (1967) Stanford (1982, 83, 85, 87, 88, 90, 95, 00) Joe Russo St. John's (N.Y.) (1966) St. John's (N.Y.) (1978, 80) Steve Webber Southern Ill. (1969) Georgia (1987, 90) * Played on and coached a College World Series national champion. Did you know? When Augie Garrido s Texas club faced Cal St. Fullerton in the 2004 CWS, it marked the first time that a coach faced his former school in a CWS game. 169

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175 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS (265 Teams) NOTE: Before 1954, district playoff games were not considered a part of the national collegiate baseball championship. As a result, only district/playoff games from 1954 to the present, are included in the record column. Super Regionals began in CWS WON- LOST RECORDS ARE LISTED ON PAGES 17-19, AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING TOTALS. Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. AIR FORCE ( ) AKRON (1996) ALABAMA ( ) UAB (1991) ALMA ( ) AMERICAN INT L (1960) APPALACHIAN ST. ( ) ARIZONA ( ) ARIZONA ST. ( ) ARKANSAS ( ) ARKANSAS ST. ( ) ARMY ( ) ASHLAND (1954) AUBURN ( ) AUSTIN PEAY ( ) BALL ST. ( ) BAYLOR ( ) BETHUNE-COOKMAN ( ) BIRMINGHAM-SO. (2004) BOSTON COLLEGE ( ) BOSTON U. ( BOWLING GREEN ( ) BRADLEY ( ) BRIDGEPORT (1962) BRIGHAM YOUNG ( )

176 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. BUCKNELL ( ) BUFFALO ( ) BUTLER (2000) CALIFORNIA ( ) UC IRVINE ( ) UC RIVERSIDE (2003) UC SANTA BARB. ( ) CAL POLY ( ) CAL ST. FULLERTON ( ) CAL ST. L.A. ( ) CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE ( ) CAMPBELL (1990) CATHOLIC (1977) CENTRAL CONN. ST. ( ) UCF ( ) CENTRAL MICH. ( ) COL. OF CHARLESTON ( ) CHARLESTON SO. (1996) CINCINNATI ( ) CITADEL ( ) CLEMSON ( ) COASTAL CARO. ( ) COLBY ( ) COLGATE ( ) COLUMBIA (1976) CONNECTICUT ( )

177 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. CORNELL (1977) CREIGHTON ( ) DARTMOUTH ( ) DELAWARE ( ) DENVER ( ) DETROIT ( ) DUKE ( ) EAST CARO. ( ) EAST TENN. ST. ( ) EASTERN ILL. (1999) EASTERN KY. ( ) EASTERN MICH. ( ) ELON ( ) EVANSVILLE ( ) FLA. ATLANTIC ( ) FLA. SOUTHERN (1960) FLORIDA ( ) FLORIDA INT L ( ) FLORIDA ST. ( ) FORDHAM ( ) FRESNO ST. ( ) FURMAN ( ) GEORGE MASON ( ) GEORGE WASHINGTON ( ) GEORGIA ( ) GA. SOUTHERN ( ) GEORGIA TECH ( )

178 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. GETTYSBURG (1962) GONZAGA ( ) GRAMBLING ( ) HARDIN-SIMMONS (1982) HARVARD ( ) HAWAII ( ) HOLY CROSS ( ) HOUSTON ( ) IDAHO ( ) ILLINOIS ( ) ILL.-CHIGAGO ( ) ILLINOIS ST. ( ) INDIANA (1996) INDIANA ST. ( ) IOWA ( ) IOWA ST. ( ) ITHACA ( ) JACKSON ST. ( ) JACKSONVILLE ( ) JACKSONVILLE ST. ( ) JAMES MADISON ( ) KANSAS ( ) KENT ST. ( ) KENTUCKY ( ) LA SALLE ( ) LAFAYETTE ( ) LAMAR ( ) LEHIGH (2006) LE MOYNE ( )

179 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. LIBERTY ( ) LONG ISLAND (1972) LONG BEACH ST. ( ) LA.-LAFAYETTE ( ) LA.-MONROE ( ) LSU ( ) LOUISIANA TECH ( ) LOUISVILLE (2002) LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ( ) MAINE ( ) MANHATTAN ( ) MARIST ( ) MARSHALL ( ) MARYLAND ( ) UMBC ( ) MASSACHUSETTS ( ) McNEESE ST. ( ) MEMPHIS ( ) MIAMI (FLA.) ( ) MIAMI (OHIO) ( ) MICHIGAN ( ) MICHIGAN ST. ( ) MIDDLE TENN. ( ) MINNESOTA ( ) MISSISSIPPI ( ) MISSISSIPPI ST. ( ) MISSOURI ( )

180 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. MISSOURI ST. ( ) MONMOUTH ( ) MOREHEAD ST. ( ) MURRAY ST. ( ) NAVY ( ) NEBRASKA ( ) NEVADA ( ) UNLV ( ) NEW HAMPSHIRE ( ) NEW MEXICO (1962) NEW MEXICO ST. ( ) NEW ORLEANS ( ) NYIT (1983) NEW YORK U. ( ) NICHOLLS ST. ( ) NORTH CAROLINA ( ) N.C. A&T (2005) CHARLOTTE ( ) UNC ASHEVILLE (2006) UNC GREENSBORO ( ) NORTH CAROLINA ST. ( ) UNC WILMINGTON ( ) NORTH DAKOTA ST. (1956) NORTHEASTERN ( ) NORTHEASTERN ILL. (1996) NORTHERN COLO. ( ) NORTHERN ILL. (1972) UNI ( )

181 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. NORTHWESTERN (1957) NORTHWESTERN ST. ( ) NOTRE DAME ( ) OCCIDENTAL (1958) OHIO ( ) OHIO ST. ( ) OKLAHOMA ( ) OKLAHOMA CITY (1984) OKLAHOMA ST. ( ) OLD DOMINION ( ) ORAL ROBERTS ( ) OREGON ( ) OREGON ST. ( ) PENN ( ) PENN ST. ( ) PEPPERDINE ( ) PITTSBURGH ( ) PORTLAND ( ) PORTLAND ST. (1977) PRAIRIE VIEW (2006) PRINCETON ( ) PROVIDENCE ( ) PUGET SOUND (1975) PURDUE (1987) QUINNIPIAC (2005) RHODE ISLAND (2005) RICE ( ) RICHMOND ( )

182 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. RIDER ( ) ROLLINS ( ) RUTGERS ( ) SACRED HEART (2006) ST. BONAVENTURE (2004) ST. JOHN S (N.Y.) ( ) ST. JOSEPH S ( ) ST. LOUIS ( ) SAM HOUSTON ST. ( ) SAN DIEGO ( ) SAN DIEGO ST. ( ) SAN DIEGO (2006) SAN JOSE ST. ( ) SANTA CLARA ( ) SEATTLE (1954) SETON HALL ( ) SIENA (1999) SOUTH ALA. ( ) SOUTH CAROLINA ( ) SOUTH FLA. ( ) SOUTHEAST MO. ST. ( ) SOUTHEASTERN LA. ( ) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ( ) SOUTHERN ILL. ( ) SOUTHERN MISS. ( ) SOUTHERN U. ( ) SPRINGFIELD ( )

183 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. STANFORD ( ) STETSON ( ) STONY BROOK (2004) SYRACUSE (1961) TEMPLE ( ) TENNESSEE ( ) TENNESSEE TECH ( ) TEXAS-ARLINGTON ( ) TEXAS ( ) TEXAS A&M ( ) TCU ( ) TEX.-PAN AMERICAN ( ) UTSA ( ) TEXAS ST. ( ) TEXAS SOUTHERN (2004) TEXAS TECH ( ) TOWSON ( ) TRINITY (TEX.) ( ) TROY ( ) TULANE ( ) TULSA ( ) UCLA ( ) UTAH ( ) VALPARAISO ( ) VANDERBILT ( ) VERMONT ( ) VILLANOVA ( )

184 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/DISTRICT AND SUPER REGIONAL WON-LOST RECORDS Regional/District and Super Regional Record TEAM (Years Participated) YRS. WON LOST PCT. VIRGINIA ( ) VCU ( ) VIRGINIA TECH ( ) WAGNER (2000) WAKE FOREST ( ) WASHINGTON ( ) WASHINGTON ST. ( ) WEBER ST. ( ) WEST VIRGINIA ( ) WESTERN CARO. ( ) WESTERN KY. ( ) WESTERN MICH. ( ) WICHITA ST. ( ) WILLAMETTE (1955) WILLIAM & MARY ( ) WINTHROP ( ) WIS.-MILWAUKEE ( ) WRIGHT ST. ( ) WYOMING ( ) YALE ( ) YOUNGSTOWN ST. (2004)

185 DISTRICT / REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS ( ) NOTE: From 1947 to 1953 various tournaments and playoffs took place around the country, but were not considered part of the NCAA Championship, similar to the play-in system used from 1994 to DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Massachusetts 9, Springfield 7 (10 inn.) Boston U. 8, Holy Cross 3 Massachusetts 2, Boston U. 0 DISTRICT 2 at Allentown, PA St. John's (N.Y.) 4, Navy 2 Lafayette 4, Villanova 3 Lafayette 9, St. John's (N.Y.) 0 DISTRICT 3 at Clemson, SC Virginia Tech 11, Clemson 10 at Blacksburg, VA Virginia Tech 7, Clemson 1 at Winter Park, FL Rollins 3, Virginia Tech 0 Rollins 9, Virginia Tech 3 DISTRICT 4 at Athens, OH Ohio 18, Ashland 4 Ohio 10, Ashland 6 (7 inn.) at East Lansing, MI Michigan St. 14, Ohio 10 Ohio 7, Michigan St. 0 (7 inn.) Michigan St. 5, Ohio 3 (5 inn.) DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Springfield 4, Boston College 3 Massachusetts 1, Holy Cross 0 Springfield 17, Massachusetts 6 DISTRICT 2 at Allentown, PA Colgate 7, Penn St. 4 Ithaca 5, Lafayette 0 Colgate 7, Ithaca 6 DISTRICT 3 at Morgantown, WV Wake Forest 4, Rollins 0 Wake Forest 6, Rollins 2 Wake Forest 5, West Virginia 1 West Virginia 9, Wake Forest 7 Wake Forest 6, West Virginia 5 DISTRICT 4 at Kalamazoo, MI Alma 9, Western Mich. 8, Western Mich. 3, Alma 0 Western Mich. 15, Alma 4 Western Mich. 1, Ohio St. 0 (10 inn.) Ohio St. 8, Western Mich. 5 Western Mich. 7, Ohio St. 5 DISTRICT 5 Missouri (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Oklahoma St. 6, Texas 3 Texas 16, Oklahoma St. 12 Oklahoma St. 7, Texas DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Arizona 8, Northern Colo. 2 Northern Colo. 21, Wyoming 14 Arizona 16, Wyoming 9 Arizona 8, Northern Colo. 5 (11 inn.) DISTRICT 8 at Eugene, OR Oregon 9, Seattle 4 Fresno St. 9, Southern California 3 Southern California 9, Seattle 0 Oregon 9, Fresno St. 5 Fresno St. 7, Southern California 4 Oregon 1, Fresno St. 0 (5 inn.) DISTRICT 6 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 6, Texas A&M 2 Texas A&M 5, Arizona 0, Arizona 2, Texas A&M 1 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Northern Colo. 17, Wyoming 8 Wyoming 13, Northern Colo. 7 Northern Colo. 12, Wyoming 5 DISTRICT 8 at Fresno, CA Fresno St. 6, Willamette 3 San Jose St. 9, Pepperdine 2 Pepperdine 14, Willamette 11 San Jose St. 3, Fresno St. 1 Fresno St. 8, Pepperdine 7 Fresno St. 9, San Jose St. 4 Fresno St. 5, San Jose St. 1 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 11, Fresno St. 2 Southern California 15, Fresno St. 2 DISTRICT 5 at Norman, OK Oklahoma 3, Oklahoma St. 0 Oklahoma St. 6, Oklahoma 3 Oklahoma St. 6, Oklahoma 2 183

186 1956 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Vermont 8, Massachusetts 1 New Hampshire 5, Boston U. 0 New Hampshire 2, Vermont 0 DISTRICT 2 at Allentown, PA St. John's (N.Y.) 3, Delaware 1 New York U. 15, Penn St. 7 New York U. 6, St. John's (N.Y.) 2 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 2, Duke 1 Duke 7, Florida St. 6 Duke 4, Florida St. 2 Mississippi 4, Tennessee Tech 3 Mississippi 3, Tennessee Tech 2 Duke 4, Mississippi 2 Mississippi 6, Duke 2 Mississippi 7, Duke 1 DISTRICT 5 at Stillwater, OK North Dakota St. 8, Oklahoma 3 Bradley 11, North Dakota St. 2 DISTRICT 6 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 7, TCU 5 Arizona 8, TCU 2 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Wyoming 8, Northern Colo. 5 Northern Colo. 8, Wyoming 3 Wyoming 9, Northern Colo. 7 DISTRICT 8 Washington St. (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 4 at Athens, OH Ohio 8, Cincinnati 6 at Minneapolis, MN Notre Dame 4, Minnesota 3 Minnesota 15, Notre Dame 5 Minnesota 10, Notre Dame 1 at Athens, OH Minnesota 5, Ohio 0 Minnesota 7, Ohio DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 Springfield 9, Connecticut 4 Connecticut 4, Springfield 3 Connecticut 5, Springfield 0 DISTRICT 2 at Brooklyn, NY Penn St. 2, Manhattan 1 St. John's (N.Y.) 8, Lafayette 3 Penn St. 5, St. John's (N.Y.) 0 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 5, Ga. Southern 3 Duke 9, George Washington 5 Ga. Southern 5, George Washington 3 Florida St. 3, Duke 2 Duke 21, Ga. Southern 2 Duke 8, Florida St. 6 Florida St. 4, Duke 1 DISTRICT 4 at Kalamazoo, MI Notre Dame 18, Alma 2 Western Mich. 11, Northwestern 1 Northwestern 11, Alma 2 Notre Dame 4, Western Mich. 2 Northwestern 10, Western Mich. 9 (10 inn.) Northwestern 9, Notre Dame 2 Notre Dame 6, Northwestern 1 DISTRICT 5 at Ames, IA Iowa St. 2, Bradley 0 Iowa St. 3, Bradley 0 DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Texas 7, Arizona 1 Texas 2, Arizona 0 DISTRICT 7 Northern Colo. 8, Denver 3 Denver 4, Northern Colo. 3 Northern Colo. 5, Denver 3 (10 inn.) DISTRICT 8 at Portland, OR Portland 5, Pepperdine 4 Pepperdine 6, Portland 5 Pepperdine 7, Portland 6 at Berkeley, CA California 4, Pepperdine 2 Pepperdine 10, California 6 California 10, Pepperdine 3 184

187 1958 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Connecticut 1, Dartmouth 0 Connecticut 10, Dartmouth 0 Holy Cross 4, Colby 3 Holy Cross 5, Colby 1 Holy Cross 2, Connecticut 1 (10 inn.) DISTRICT 2 at Philadelphia, PA New York U. 2, Villanova 1 Lafayette 9, Penn St. 1 Lafayette 5, New York U. 1 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 3, George Washington 1 Florida 8, Clemson 6 Florida 2, Florida St. 1 Clemson 4, George Washington 2 Clemson 8, Florida St. 5 (10 inn.) Clemson 15, Florida 14 Clemson 3, Florida 1 DISTRICT 4 at Kalamazoo, MI Valparaiso 2, Notre Dame 0 Western Mich. 4, Minnesota 0 Notre Dame 11, Minnesota 7 Western Mich. 24, Valparaiso 2 Notre Dame 10, Valparaiso 4 Western Mich. 5, Notre Dame 4 DISTRICT 5 at Columbia, MO Missouri 11, UNI 7 Missouri 13, UNI 3 DISTRICT 6 at Tucson, AZ Texas 3, Houston 2 (10 inn.) Texas 14, Arizona 3 Arizona 16, Texas 4 Arizona 5, Texas 2 DISTRICT 7 at Provo, UT Brigham Young 4, Northern Colo. 3 Northern Colo. 8, Brigham Young 0 *Brigham Young 9, Northern Colo. 5 DISTRICT 8 at Portland, OR Occidental 5, Portland 2 Portland 3, Occidental 0 Portland 3, Occidental 0 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 6, Portland 0 Southern California 11, Portland 1 *Brigham Young withdrew from championship. Northern Colo. selected as District 7 representative DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 Connecticut (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 2 at University Park, PA Penn St. 16, Temple 4 Ithaca 4, Pittsburgh 3 (11 inn.) Penn St. 7, Ithaca 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Clemson 9, Georgia Tech 6 Florida St. 3, George Washington 2 (10 inn.) Clemson 24, Florida St. 2 Georgia Tech 7, George Washington 2 Florida St. 16, Georgia Tech 9 Clemson 5, Florida St. 0 DISTRICT 4 at Notre Dame, IN Minnesota 6, Western Mich. 4 Notre Dame 10, Detroit 0 Western Mich. 4, Detroit 0 Notre Dame 12, Minnesota 4 Western Mich. 5, Minnesota 1 Western Mich. 5, Minnesota 1 Western Mich. 2, Notre Dame 0 (10 inn.) Western Mich. 9, Notre Dame 6 DISTRICT 5 at Peoria, IL Oklahoma St. 7, Bradley 6 Oklahoma St. 6, Bradley 2 DISTRICT 6 at Bryan, TX Arizona 1, Texas A&M 0 Arizona 1, Texas A&M 0 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Northern Colo. 17, Utah 8 Utah 13, Northern Colo. 8 Northern Colo. 12, Utah 8 DISTRICT 8 at Fresno, CA Fresno St. 23, Santa Clara 11 Fresno St. 15, Santa Clara 3 at Seattle, WA Fresno St. 3, Washington 2 Washington 5, Fresno St. 4 Fresno St. 10, Washington 5 185

188 1960 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Boston College 2, Connecticut 1 Holy Cross 5, American Int'l 1 Boston College 5, Holy Cross 4 DISTRICT 2 at Cooperstown, NY Delaware 15, Colgate 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 7, Villanova 2 St. John's (N.Y.) 4, Delaware 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Citadel 4, Florida 2 (6 inn.) North Carolina 2, Fla. Southern 1 Florida 5, Fla. Southern 0 (6 inn.) North Carolina 13, Citadel 1 Florida 4, Citadel 1 North Carolina 7, Florida 5 DISTRICT 4 at St. Paul, MN Minnesota 15, Notre Dame 6 Detroit 16, Ohio 2 Minnesota 12, Detroit 5 Ohio 5, Notre Dame 4 Detroit 14, Ohio 4 Minnesota 5, Detroit 4 DISTRICT 5 Oklahoma St. (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Houston 4, Texas 2 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 4, Houston 3 Arizona 6, Houston 4 DISTRICT 7 at Salt Lake City, UT Utah 24, Northern Colo. 3 Northern Colo. 3, Utah 2 Northern Colo. 6, Utah 2 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 10, Pepperdine 3 Southern California 10, Pepperdine 3 Washington St. 8, Southern California 7 Southern California 8, Washington St. 3 Southern California 10, Washington St DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Springfield 9, Colby 2 Boston College 11, Springfield 8 Connecticut 15, Colby 1 Boston College 4, Connecticut 1 Connecticut 3, Springfield 1 Connecticut 3, Boston College 2 Boston College 14, Connecticut 4 DISTRICT 2 at Syracuse, NY St. John's (N.Y.) 10, Villanova 4 Syracuse 2, Delaware 0 Syracuse 12, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 3, West Virginia 1 Duke 7, Florida St. 2 West Virginia 4, Florida St. 3 Duke 7, West Virginia 3 DISTRICT 4 at Ann Arbor, MI Western Mich. 3, Detroit 1 Cincinnati 3, Michigan 1 (10 inn.) Michigan 6, Detroit 3 (10 inn.) Western Mich. 8, Cincinnati 1 Michigan 2, Cincinnati 1 Western Mich. 4, Michigan 3 (14 inn.) DISTRICT 5 at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma St. 10, UNI 0 Oklahoma St. 11, UNI 8 DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Texas 8, Arizona 2 Texas 5, Arizona 4 DISTRICT 7 at Laramie, WY Wyoming 3, Northern Colo. 2 Wyoming 12, Air Force 10 Northern Colo. 10, Air Force 6 Northern Colo. 16, Wyoming 12 Northern Colo. 12, Wyoming 1 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 4, Fresno St. 1 Fresno St. 6, Southern California 4 Southern California 10, Fresno St. 6 at Pullman, WA Southern California 13, Washington St. 6 Southern California 10, Washington St

189 1962 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Springfield, MA Holy Cross 7, Vermont 5 Bridgeport 4, Boston College 3 Holy Cross 5, Bridgeport 2 Vermont 3, Boston College 2 Vermont 5, Bridgeport 4 (13 inn.) Holy Cross 12, Vermont 5 DISTRICT 2 at University Park, PA Ithaca 7, Penn St. 6 Gettysburg 7, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 Ithaca 7, Gettysburg 4 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Wake Forest 8, West Virginia 3 Florida 1, Florida St. 0 Florida St. 6, West Virginia 5 Wake Forest 7, Florida 1 Florida St. 3, Florida 1 (5 inn.) Florida St. 10, Wake Forest 8 Florida St. 3, Wake Forest 2 (11 inn.) DISTRICT 4 at Kalamazoo, MI Illinois 2, Detroit 1 Western Mich. 6, Michigan 5 (10 inn.) Michigan 12, Detroit 6 Western Mich. 10, Illinois 2 Michigan 5, Illinois 1 Michigan 3, Western Mich. 2 (10 inn.) Michigan 7, Western Mich 6 (10 inn.) DISTRICT 5 at Columbia, MO Missouri 3, Bradley 1 Missouri 9, Bradley 4 DISTRICT 6 at Tucson, AZ Texas 1, Arizona 0 Texas 7, Arizona 4 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO New Mexico 9, Brigham Young 2 Northern Colo. 7, Air Force 2 Air Force 4, Brigham Young 2 Northern Colo. 11, New Mexico 2 Air Force 2, New Mexico 1 Northern Colo. 6, Air Force 5 (11 inn.) DISTRICT 8 at Santa Clara, CA Santa Clara 6, Fresno St. 1 Fresno St. 3, Santa Clara 1 Santa Clara 4, Fresno St. 2 Santa Clara 8, Oregon St. 1 Santa Clara 7, Oregon St DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Newton, MA Holy Cross 4, Boston College 0 Holy Cross 7, Boston College 4 at Worcester, MA Connecticut 4, Providence 3 (10 inn.) Providence 4, Connecticut 3 Providence 10, Connecticut 6 Holy Cross 11, Providence 0 Holy Cross 7, Providence 4 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Penn St. 3, Rider 0 St. John's (N.Y.) 7, Temple 0 Penn St. 11, St. John's (N.Y.) 2 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 4, Auburn 3 Wake Forest 4, West Virginia 3 West Virginia 2, Auburn 1 Florida St. 12, Wake Forest 4 Wake Forest 12, West Virginia 8 Wake Forest 6, Florida St. 5 Florida St. 11, Wake Forest 5 DISTRICT 4 at Champaign, IL Illinois 13, Valparaiso 2 Western Mich. 2, Notre Dame 1 Notre Dame 5, Valparaiso 2 Western Mich. 1, Illinois 0 Illinois 4, Notre Dame 0 Illinois 8, Western Mich. 0 Western Mich. 7, Illinois 0 DISTRICT 5 at Columbia, MO Missouri 16, St. Louis 0 St. Louis 2, Missouri 1 Missouri 7, St. Louis 1 DISTRICT 6 Texas (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 7 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 13, Northern Colo. 0 Arizona 10, Northern Colo. 0 DISTRICT 8 at Corvallis, OR Southern California 6, Oregon St. 5 Oregon St. 8, Southern California 6 Southern California 7, Oregon St

190 1964 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Boston, MA Maine 9, Northeastern 5 Maine 4, Northeastern 2 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Ithaca 6, St. John's (N.Y.) 3 Seton Hall 8, La Salle 3 Seton Hall 8, Ithaca 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Mississippi 11, West Virginia 0 North Carolina 8, East Caro. 0 East Caro. 6, West Virginia 5 Mississippi 4, North Carolina 3 North Carolina 13, East Caro. 2 Mississippi 13, North Carolina 1 DISTRICT 4 at Kent, OH Minnesota 7, Kent 4 Minnesota 13, Kent 2 DISTRICT 5 at Columbia, MO Missouri 2, St. Louis 1 DISTRICT 6 Texas A&M (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 7 at Colorado Springs, CO Air Force 3, Northern Colo. 1 Air Force 7, Northern Colo. 1 Arizona St. 6, Air Force 1 Arizona St. 7, Air Force 6 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 12, Cal Poly Pomona 3 Southern California 5, Cal Poly Pomona 3 Southern California 5, Oregon 0 Southern California 9, Oregon DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Boston, MA Connecticut 7, Holy Cross 4 Holy Cross 5, Connecticut 0 Connecticut 7, Holy Cross 0 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Princeton 4, Rider 3 Lafayette 4, Pittsburgh 3 Lafayette 5, Princeton 4 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Mississippi St. 6, Florida St. 3 Furman 4, Maryland 3 Florida St. 7, Maryland 3 Furman 5, Mississippi St. 2 Florida St. 6, Mississippi St. 2 Florida St. 2, Furman 1 Florida St. 7, Furman 5 DISTRICT 6 Texas (automatic qualifier) DISTRICT 7 at Phoenix, AZ Denver 8, Northern Colo. 1 Northern Colo. 1, Denver 0 Northern Colo. 1, Denver 0 Arizona St. 7, Northern Colo. 2 Arizona St. 12, Northern Colo. 3 DISTRICT 8 at Stanford, CA Cal St. Northridge 1, Stanford 0 Stanford 12, Cal St. Northridge 1 Stanford 11, Cal St. Northridge 6 at Pullman, WA Washington St. 2, Stanford 1 Washington St. 13, Stanford 3 DISTRICT 4 at Oxford, OH Ohio 7, Detroit 6 Ohio St. 4, Ball St. 0 Detroit 4, Ball St. 3 Ohio St. 4, Ohio 2 Detroit 8, Ohio 7 Ohio St. 10, Detroit 7 DISTRICT 5 at St. Louis, MO St. Louis 5, Missouri 4 St. Louis 5, Missouri 4 188

191 1966 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Boston, MA Boston College 8, Massachusetts 5 Northeastern 5, Colby 4 Northeastern 10, Boston College 2 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Lafayette 15, Colgate 0 St. John's (N.Y.) 9, Rutgers 4 Rutgers 3, Colgate 2 St. John's (N.Y.) 2, Lafayette 0 Lafayette 4, Rutgers 3 (12 inn.) St. John's (N.Y.) 8, Lafayette 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Mississippi St. 4, Florida St. 3 North Carolina 7, East Caro. 1 Florida St. 6, East Caro. 3 North Carolina 5, Mississippi St. 4 Florida St. 7, Mississippi St. 0 Florida St. 6, North Carolina 5 North Carolina 6, Florida St. 4 DISTRICT 4 at Columbus, OH Ohio St. 13, Valparaiso 3 Western Mich. 18, Southern Ill. 4 Valparaiso 4, Southern Ill. 3 Ohio St. 10, Western Mich. 3 Western Mich. 5, Valparaiso 2 Ohio St. 14, Western Mich. 7 DISTRICT 5 at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma St. 4, St. Louis 3 Oklahoma St. 4, St. Louis 3 DISTRICT 6 at Houston, TX Houston 5, Texas 4 Texas 9, Houston 3 Texas 8, Houston 5 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Idaho 3, Northern Colo. 1 Air Force 7, Northern Colo. 6 Idaho 2, Air Force 1 Idaho 4, Air Force 2 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 3, Idaho 2 Arizona 8, Idaho 5 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 11, Cal Poly Pomona 7 (10 inn.) Washington St. 5, Fresno St. 2 (13 inn.) Fresno St. 5, Cal Poly Pomona 4 Southern California 4, Washington St. 2 Washington St. 2, Fresno St. 1 (15 inn.) Southern California 7, Washington St DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Amherst, MA Massachusetts 4, Holy Cross 0 Massachusetts 6, Holy Cross 0 Boston College 4, Dartmouth 3 Dartmouth 9, Boston College 8 Boston College 15, Dartmouth 13 Boston College 4, Massachusetts 1 Massachusetts 6, Boston College 5 (11 inn.) Boston College 7, Massachusetts 6 (12 inn.) DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ St. John's (N.Y.) 1, Penn St. 0 Rider 4, Ithaca 1 Penn St. 16, Ithaca 5 Rider 9, St. John's (N.Y.) 1 St. John's (N.Y.) 10, Penn St. 5 Rider 4, St. John's (N.Y.) 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 5, Clemson 3 Auburn 8, West Virginia 3 (12 inn.) Clemson 5, West Virginia 0 Auburn 13, Florida St. 3 Clemson 6, Florida St. 4 Clemson 3, Auburn 2 Auburn 6, Clemson 5 (13 inn.) DISTRICT 4 at Carbondale, IL Ohio St. 3, Valparaiso 2 Southern Ill. 2, Western Mich. 1 DISTRICT 4 Western Mich. 6, Valparaiso 1 Ohio St. 5, Southern Ill. 4 Western Mich. 1, Southern Ill. 0 (12 inn.) Western Mich. 5, Ohio St. 4 Ohio St. 5, Western Mich. 4 DISTRICT 5 at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma St. 4, Cincinnati 0 Cincinnati 3, Oklahoma St. 2 Oklahoma St. 1, Cincinnati 0 DISTRICT 6 at Houston, TX Houston 11, Texas 8 at Austin, TX Texas 5, Houston 1 Houston, 4, Texas 3 DISTRICT 7 at Phoenix, AZ Air Force 5, Idaho 0 Air Force 10, Idaho 7 Arizona St. 11, Air Force 0 Air Force 5, Arizona St. 2 Arizona St. 6, Air Force 0 DISTRICT 8 at Stanford, CA Fresno St. 7, Stanford 3 at Fresno, CA Stanford 6, Fresno St. 3 Stanford 6, Fresno St

192 1968 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Storrs, CT Connecticut 1, Providence 0 Harvard 4, Boston U. 1 Boston U. 5, Providence 4 (13 inn.) Harvard 3, Connecticut 0 Connecticut 8, Boston U. 2 Harvard 3, Connecticut 2 DISTRICT 2 St. John's (N.Y.) 12, Rutgers 0 Temple 6, New York U. 5 New York U. 5, Rutgers 0 St. John's (N.Y.) 2, Temple 0 New York U. 5, Temple 2 St. John's (N.Y.) 1, New York U. 0 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC North Carolina St. 3, Alabama 1 East Caro. 2, Florida St. 1 (13 inn.) Florida St. 6, Alabama 1 North Carolina St. 7, East Caro. 5 Florida St. 3, East Caro. 2 Florida St. 15, North Carolina St. 12 North Carolina St. 4, Florida St. 1 DISTRICT 5 at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma St. 13, Bradley 1 Oklahoma St. 3, Bradley 0 DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Texas 3, Tex.-Pan American 0 Tex.-Pan American 2, Texas 1 (10 inn.) Texas 10, Tex.-Pan American 6 DISTRICT 7 at Ogden, UT Denver 15, Northern Colo. 6 Northern Colo. 4, Weber St. 3 Weber St. 7, Denver 5 Weber St. 21, Northern Colo. 15 Weber St. 4, Denver 1 Brigham Young 17, Weber St. 7 Brigham Young 7, Weber St. 6 (10 inn.) DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Cal St. L.A. 2, Santa Clara 1 Cal St. L.A. 5, Santa Clara 3 Southern California 4, Cal St. L.A. 2 Cal St. L.A. 8, Southern California 4 (10 inn.) Southern California 5, Cal St. L.A. 4 (10 inn.) DISTRICT 4 at Minneapolis, MN Southern Ill. 6, Ohio 3 Minnesota 6, Valparaiso 4 Ohio 1, Valparaiso 0 Southern Ill. 10, Minnesota 9 Ohio 5, Minnesota 4 Southern Ill. 3, Ohio DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Amherst, MA Boston U. 13, Dartmouth 10 (11 inn.) Massachusetts 5, Dartmouth 3 Massachusetts 8, Boston U. 6 Massachusetts 6, Boston U. 1 DISTRICT 2 at Coplay, PA Colgate 4, Seton Hall 3 New York U. 5, Seton Hall 3 New York U. 5, Colgate 1 Colgate 7, New York U. 1 New York U. 5, Colgate 1 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Mississippi 7, Virginia Tech 6 (11 inn.) North Carolina 3, Furman 0 Virginia Tech 6, Furman 3 Mississippi 6, North Carolina 5 North Carolina 5, Virginia Tech 1 Mississippi 5, North Carolina 2 DISTRICT 4 at Minneapolis, MN Southern Ill. 15, Ball St. 6 Minnesota 11, Ohio 8 DISTRICT 4 (Cont.) Ball St. 4, Ohio 3 (11 inn.) Southern Ill. 4, Minnesota 3 (11 inn.) Ball St. 4, Minnesota 1 Southern Ill. 4, Ball St. 3 DISTRICT 5 at Tulsa, OK Tulsa 5, Oklahoma St. 4 (12 inn.) Tulsa 8, Oklahoma St. 4 DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Texas 10, Trinity (Tex.) 0 Texas 5, Trinity (Tex.) 0 DISTRICT 7 at Mesa, AZ Idaho 3, Air Force 1 Idaho 5, Air Force 4 Arizona St. 7, Idaho 1 Arizona St. 3, Idaho 2 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA UCLA 7, Santa Clara 5 UCLA 2, Santa Clara 1 190

193 1970 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Hanover, NH Dartmouth 7, Providence 2 Connecticut 8, Providence 0 Dartmouth 8, Connecticut 2 Dartmouth 12, Connecticut 3 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Delaware 7, Penn St. 1 Seton Hall 3, Rutgers 0 Penn St. 5, Rutgers 1 Delaware 5, Seton Hall 1 Seton Hall 1, Penn St. 0 Delaware 4, Seton Hall 0 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Florida St. 2, East Caro. 0 Maryland 3, Mississippi St. 2 Mississippi St. 12, East Caro. 6 Florida St. 10, Maryland 1 Mississippi St. 8, Maryland 4 Florida St. 5, Mississippi St. 4 DISTRICT 4 at Columbus, OH Ohio 6, Minnesota 4 (10 inn.) Southern Ill. 10, Notre Dame 2 Notre Dame 6, Minnesota 1 Ohio 7, Southern Ill. 0 Southern Ill. 1, Notre Dame 0 Ohio 8, Southern Ill. 5 DISTRICT 5 at Ames, IA Iowa St. 7, Tulsa 6 (12 inn.) Iowa St. 4, Tulsa 0 DISTRICT 6 at Austin, TX Tex.-Pan American 5, Arkansas St. 0 Texas 5, Arkansas St. 0 Texas 2, Tex.-Pan American 1 Texas 4, Tex.-Pan American 3 (11 inn.) DISTRICT 7 at Denver, CO Denver 1, Weber St. 0 Denver 13, Weber St. 4 at Tucson, AZ Arizona 4, Denver 2 Denver 9, Arizona 7 (12 inn.) Arizona 9, Denver 8 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Santa Clara 4, Long Beach St. 3 Santa Clara 12, Long Beach St. 4 Southern California 12, Santa Clara 1 Southern California 6, Santa Clara DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Cambridge, MA Harvard 2, Massachusetts 1 Harvard 4, Massachusetts 2 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Seton Hall 3, Buffalo 1 St. Joseph s 3, Penn St. 0 Penn St. 2, Buffalo 0 Seton Hall 8, St. Joseph s 1 St. Joseph s 2, Penn St. 1 Seton Hall 4, St. Joseph s 1 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC Mississippi St. 2, Maryland 1 Miami (Fla.) 4, Georgia Tech 3 Georgia Tech 9, Maryland 4 Mississippi St. 7, Miami (Fla.) 3 Georgia Tech 5, Miami (Fla.) 3 Georgia Tech 20, Mississippi St. 8 Mississippi St. 5, Georgia Tech 2 DISTRICT 4 at East Lansing, MI Southern Ill. 5, Ohio 4 Cincinnati 8, Michigan St. 7 Ohio 7, Michigan St. 1 Cincinnati 11, Southern Ill. 10 DISTRICT 5 at Tulsa, OK Tulsa 3, Iowa St. 2 Tulsa 5, Iowa St. 0 DISTRICT 6 at San Antonio, TX Tex.-Pan American 1, Texas 0 Tex.-Pan American 4, Texas 0 DISTRICT 7 at Provo, UT Gonzaga 12, Brigham Young 3 Brigham Young 5, Gonzaga 1 Brigham Young 15, Gonzaga 6 DISTRICT 8 at Santa Clara, CA Santa Clara 5, San Jose St. 0 Santa Clara 3, San Joes St. 1 Santa Clara 6, Southern California 5 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 5, Santa Clara 1 Southern California 9, Santa Clara 1 DISTRICT 4 (Cont.) Southern Ill. 7, Ohio 1 (13 inn.) Southern Ill. 6, Cincinnati 2 Southern Ill. 10, Cincinnati 7 191

194 1972 DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Storrs, CT Harvard 4, Providence 2 (12 inn.) Connecticut 5, Northeastern 2 Northeastern 4, Providence 3 Connecticut 8, Harvard 5 (16 inn.) Harvard 18, Northeastern 6 Connecticut 11, Harvard 2 DISTRICT 2 at Princeton, NJ Temple 3, Penn St. 0 Long Island 2, St. John's (N.Y.) 1 Temple 1, Long Island 0 Penn St. 8, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 Penn St. 7, Long Island 5 Temple 4, Penn St. 3 DISTRICT 3 at Gastonia, NC South Ala. 6, Florida St. 5 Virginia 18, Richmond 2 Mississippi 9, Jacksonville 3 Florida St. 10, Richmond 5 South Ala. 9, Jacksonville 6 Virginia 9, Mississippi 3 Mississippi 8, Florida St. 3 South Ala. 6, Virginia 1 Mississippi 9, Virginia 0 Mississippi 8, South Ala. 4 Mississippi 12, South Ala. 1 DISTRICT 4 at Bowling Green, OH Central Mich. 7, Iowa 2 Bowling Green 2, Northern Ill. 0 DISTRICT 4 (Cont.) Iowa 8, Northern Ill. 1 Bowling Green 7, Central Mich. 5 (10 inn.) Iowa 4, Central Mich. 3 Iowa 4, Bowling Green 2 Iowa 7, Bowling Green 5 DISTRICT 5 at Tulsa, OK Oklahoma 6, Tulsa 3 at Norman, OK Oklahoma 5, Tulsa 4 DISTRICT 6 at San Antonio, TX Tex.-Pan American 6, Trinity (Tex.) 1 Texas 4, Trinity (Tex.) 3 (14 inn.) Texas 1, Tex.-Pan American 0 Texas 2, Tex.-Pan American 1 DISTRICT 7 at Mesa, AZ Arizona St. 8, Weber St. 1 Arizona St. 5, Weber St. 0 DISTRICT 8 at Santa Clara, CA Santa Clara 4, UC Santa Barb. 1 UC Santa Barb. 8, Santa Clara 2 UC Santa Barb. 6, Santa Clara 5 at Santa Barbara, CA Southern California 9, UC Santa Barb. 5 Southern California 13, UC Santa Barb DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Boston, MA Northeastern 3, Providence 2 Harvard 4, Massachusetts 2 Harvard 11, Northeastern 1 Providence 8, Massachusetts 7 Providence 5, Northeastern 4 Harvard 8, Providence 1 DISTRICT 2 at West Windsor, NJ Buffalo 1, Temple 0 Penn St. 5, Seton Hall 3 Temple 4, Seton Hall 2 Penn St. 3, Buffalo 1 Temple 4, Buffalo 3 (11 inn.) Penn St. 4, Temple 2 DISTRICT 3 at Starkville, MS Miami (Fla.) 5, South Ala. 3 North Carolina St. 5, Appalachian St. 1 Vanderbilt 6, Ga. Southern 2 Appalachian St. 2, South Ala. 1 Ga. Southern 1, Miami (Fla.) 0 Vanderbilt 4, North Carolina St. 2 (13 inn.) Appalachian St. 4, North Carolina St. 3 (10 inn.) Ga. Southern 5, Vanderbilt 2 Miami (Fla.) 13, Appalachian St. 6 Miami (Fla.) 6, Vanderbilt 5 Ga. Southern 4, Miami (Fla.) 1 DISTRICT 4 at Carbondale, IL Southern Ill. 5, Marshall 2 Minnesota 3, Miami (Ohio) 2 Miami (Ohio) 5, Marshall 2 Southern Ill. 8, Miami (Ohio) 1 Minnesota 2, Southern Ill. 0 Minnesota 7, Southern Ill. 6 (14 inn.) DISTRICT 5 at Tulsa, OK Oklahoma 8, Creighton 1 Tulsa 6, Oral Roberts 0 Oral Roberts 11, Creighton 4 Oklahoma 4, Tulsa 1 Tulsa 2, Oral Roberts 1 Oklahoma 5, Tulsa 1 (13 inn.) DISTRICT 6 at Arlington, TX Trinity (Tex.) 6, Arkansas 0 Texas 7, Tex.-Pan American 1 Tex.-Pan American 4, Arkansas 2 (14 inn.) Texas 17, Trinity (Tex.) 2 Tex.-Pan American 4, Trinity (Tex.) 3 (11 inn.) Texas 14, Tex.-Pan American 12 (13 inn.) 192

195 1973 DISTRICT RESULTS (cont.) DISTRICT 7 at Spokane, WA Gonzaga 8, Denver 2 Denver 4, Gonzaga 3 Denver 4, Gonzaga 3 at Mesa, AZ Arizona St. 14, Denver 1 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA Southern California 9, Loyola Marymount 8 Southern California 2, Loyola Marymount 1 Southern California 4, Cal St. L.A. 3 Southern California 13, Cal St. L.A DISTRICT RESULTS DISTRICT 1 at Cambridge, MA Harvard 2, Providence 1 New Hampshire 2, Providence 1 Harvard 10, New Hampshire 1 Harvard 6, New Hampshire 0 DISTRICT 2 at West Windsor, NJ St. Joseph s 4, St. John's (N.Y.) 1 Seton Hall 4, Penn St. 1 St. John's (N.Y.) 5, Penn St. 4 (10 inn.) Seton Hall 4, St. Joseph s 3 St. John's (N.Y.) 8, St. Joseph s 0 Seton Hall 11, St. John's (N.Y.) 7 DISTRICT 3 at Starkville, MS South Carolina 9, North Carolina St. 0 Miami (Fla.) 2, Ga. Southern 1 Vanderbilt 2, East Caro. 1 Ga. Southern 8, North Carolina St. 1 South Carolina 5, East Caro. 1 Miami (Fla.) 7, Vanderbilt 1 Ga. Southern 5, Vanderbilt 3 Miami (Fla.) 5, South Carolina 0 South Carolina 1, Ga. Southern 0 South Carolina 3, Miami (Fla.) 1 Miami (Fla.) 2, South Carolina 1 DISTRICT 4 at Minneapolis, MN Miami (Ohio) 3, Cincinnati 0 Minnesota 9, Southern Ill. 4 Northern Ill. 6, Cincinnati 1 DISTRICT 4 (Cont.) Minnesota 4, Miami (Ohio) 3 Southern Ill. 6, Miami (Ohio) 2 (11 inn.) Southern Ill. 10, Minnesota 2 Southern Ill. 4, Minnesota 3 DISTRICT 5 at Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma 6, Tulsa 2 Oklahoma 5, Tulsa 4 DISTRICT 6 at Arlington, TX Louisiana Tech 3, Tex.-Pan American 2 Texas 7, Tex.-Pan American 0 Louisiana Tech 5, Texas 4 Texas 8, Louisiana Tech 0 Texas 12, Louisiana Tech 2 DISTRICT 7 at Greeley, CO Northern Colo. 6, Gonzaga 3 Gonzaga 12, Northern Colo. 0 Northern Colo. 6, Gonzaga 2 Northern Colo. 6, Arizona 5 Northern Colo. 6, Arizona 2 DISTRICT 8 at Los Angeles, CA at CSLA Southern California 9, Cal St. L.A. 2 Cal St. L.A. 7, Southern California 6 Southern California 11, Cal St. L.A. 9 at USC Pepperdine 4, Southern California 2 Southern California 4, Pepperdine 1 Southern California 12, Pepperdine REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Temple 4, North Carolina St. 3 South Carolina 11, Citadel 3 North Carolina St. 16, Citadel 3 South Carolina 15, Temple 0 North Carolina St. 4, Temple 2 South Carolina 4, Norh Caro. St. 3 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ypsilanti, MI Michigan 5, Penn St. 1 Eastern Mich. 5, Clemson 3 Penn St. 5, Clemson 4 Eastern Mich. 3, Michigan 2 Michigan 10, Penn St. 7 Michigan 4, Eastern Mich. 2 Eastern Mich. 2, Michigan 1 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Norman, OK Tulsa 3, Iowa 2 (14 inn.) Oklahoma 5, Texas A&M 4 Texas A&M 9, Iowa 6 Oklahoma 6, Texas A&M 4 Tulsa 4, Oklahoma 3 (14 inn.) Oklahoma 2, Tulsa 1 Oklahoma 8, Tulsa 5 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Stamford, CT Seton Hall 7, Penn 5 St. John's (N.Y.) 17, Maine 3 Maine 1, Penn 0 Seton Hall 5, St. John's (N.Y.) 1 Maine 6, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 (10 inn.) Seton Hall 11, Maine 7 193

196 1975 DISTRICT RESULTS (cont.) ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Arizona St. 18, Washington St. 2 Puget Sound 11, Northern Colo. 3 Washington St. 7, Northern Colo. 2 Arizona St. 20, Puget Sound 3 Washington St. 4, Puget Sound 3 Washington St. 8, Arizona St. 7 Arizona St. 5, Washington St. 1 SOUTH REGIONAL at Starkville, MS Florida St. 1, Miami (Fla.) 0 LSU 7, Murray St. 2 Miami (Fla.) 8, Murray St. 7 Florida St. 4, LSU 2 Miami (Fla.) 8, LSU 1 Florida St. 6, Miami (Fla.) 5 SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL at Arlington, TX South Ala. 8, Tex.-Pan American 7 Texas 6, Louisiana Tech 2 Tex.-Pan American 8, Louisiana Tech 1 (7 inn.) Texas 7, South Ala. 4 Tex.-Pan American 9, South Ala. 8 Texas 9, Tex.-Pan American 2 WEST REGIONAL at Los Angeles, CA Pepperdine 4, Arizona 3 Cal St. Fullerton 3, Southern California 1 Southern California 1, Arizona 0 Cal St. Fullerton 2, Pepperdine 1 Pepperdine 5, Southern California 2 Pepperdine 5, Cal St. Fullerton 4 Cal St. Fullerton 6, Pepperdine REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Clemson 13, Furman 2 South Carolina 7, Virginia Tech 6 (10 inn.) Furman 5, Virginia Tech 4 Clemson 10, South Carolina 4 Furman 12, South Carolina 1 Clemson 6, Furman 2 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ypsilanti, MI Illinois St. 5, Southern Ill. 2 Eastern Mich. 6, Michigan 0 Michigan 2, Southern Ill. 0 Eastern Mich. 3, Illinois St. 0 Michigan 5, Illinois St. 4 Michigan 9, Eastern Mich. 3 Eastern Mich. 6, Michigan 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Edinburg, TX Missouri 5, Texas A&M 3 Arizona 5, Tex.-Pan American 0 Texas A&M 2, Tex.-Pan American 1 Arizona 10, Missouri 1 Texas A&M 12, Missouri 3 Arizona 8, Texas A&M 2 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Storrs, CT Seton Hall 8, St. John's (N.Y.) 0 Temple 6, Columbia 2 Maine 11, Penn St. 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 12, Columbia 5 Seton Hall 3, Penn St. 2 Maine 6, Temple 3 Temple 4, St. John's (N.Y.) 3 Maine 3, Seton Hall 1 Seton Hall 1, Temple 0 Maine 4, Seton Hall 2 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Memphis 6, Minnesota 0 Arizona St. 13, Gonzaga 2 Minnesota 4, Gonzaga 0 Arizona St. 11, Memphis 4 Minnesota 17, Memphis 4 Arizona St. 12, Minnesota 5 SOUTH REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL Auburn 10, Middle Tenn. St. 5 Florida St. 6, Jacksonville 1 Jacksonville 8, Middle Tenn. St. 5 Auburn 2, Florida St. 1 Jacksonville 9, Florida St. 7 Auburn 7, Jacksonville 5 SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL at Arlington, TX Oklahoma 11, Miami (Fla.) 3 Texas 3, Lamar 2 Miami (Fla.) 6, Lamar 0 Oklahoma 3, Texas 2 Texas 5, Miami (Fla.) 0 Texas 6, Oklahoma 5 (11 inn.) Oklahoma 4, Texas 1 WEST REGIONAL at Pullman, WA Cal St. Fullerton 7, Northern Colo. 1 Washington St. 8, Pepperdine 2 Pepperdine 4, Northern Colo. 2 Washington St. 5, Cal St. Fullerton 1 Cal St. Fullerton 11, Pepperdine 3 Cal St. Fullerton 13, Washington St. 1 Washington St. 7, Cal St. Fullerton 2 194

197 1977 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Wake Forest 6, East Caro. 3 South Ala. 7, South Carolina 6 South Carolina 4, East Caro. 1 Wake Forest 9, South Ala. 6 South Carolina 11, South Ala. 2 South Carolina 5, Wake Forest 2 South Carolina 6, Wake Forest 1 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Minneapolis, MN Central Mich. 2, Virginia Tech. 1 Minnesota 7, Florida 0 Florida 9, Virginia Tech 4 Minnesota 13, Central Mich. 2 Florida 13, Central Mich. 11 Minnesota 5, Florida 1 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Norman, OK Southern Ill. 4, Texas A&M 1 Oklahoma 3, Michigan 1 Michigan 13, Texas A&M 4 Southern Ill. 7, Oklahoma 3 Michigan 5, Oklahoma 2 Southern Ill. 9, Michigan 0 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Storrs, CT Cornell 10, St. John's (N.Y.) 7 (12 inn.) Catholic 4, Seton Hall 3 Temple 9, Connecticut 7 St. John's (N.Y.) 3, Seton Hall 2 Cornell 9, Connecticut 7 Temple 10, Catholic 3 St. John's (N.Y.) 8, Catholic 3 Temple 9, Cornell 6 St. John's (N.Y.) 11, Cornell 9 Temple 8, St. John's (N.Y.) 6 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Washington St. 8, Portland St. 7 Arizona St. 6, Cal St. Fullerton 2 Cal St. Fullerton 5, Portland St. 3 Arizona St. 11, Washington St. 7 Washington St. 6, Cal St. Fullerton 5 Arizona St. 3, Washington St. 2 SOUTH REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Clemson 8, Mississippi 7 Miami (Fla.) 6, Morehead St. 1 Mississippi 5, Morehead St. 2 Clemson 7, Miami (Fla.) 2 Miami (Fla.) 5, Mississippi 2 Miami (Fla.) 10, Clemson 3 Clemson 10, Miami (Fla.) 9 SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL at Arlington, TX Miami (Ohio) 1, Lamar 0 Baylor 10, New Orelans 1 New Orleans 5, Lamar 2 Miami (Ohio) 7, Baylor 3 Baylor 7, New Orleans 1 Baylor 12, Miami (Ohio) 7 Baylor 2, Miami (Ohio) 0 WEST REGIONAL at Honolulu, HI Fresno St. 7, Cal St. L.A. 4 Southern California 6, Hawaii 1 Cal St. L.A. 8, Hawaii 4 Southern California 7, Fresno St. 3 Cal St. L.A. 15, Fresno St. 11 Cal St. L.A. 6, Southern California 5 Cal St. L.A. 7, Southern California REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Marshall 4, Florida St. 0 Clemson 8, Miami (Fla.) 5 Miami (Fla.) 7, Florida St. 2 Marshall 9, Clemson 3 Miami (Fla.) 7, Clemson 5 Miami (Fla.) 6, Marshall 0 Miami (Fla.) 5, Marshall 1 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ann Arbor, MI Eastern Mich. 4, Missouri 2 Michigan 8, Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M 5, Missouri 1 Michigan 6, Eastern Mich. 4 Texas A&M 6, Eastern Mich. 1 Michigan 3, Texas A&M 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Tulsa, OK Southern Ill. 7, Michigan St. 2 Oral Roberts 10, Oklahoma St. 3 Oklahoma St. 7, Michigan St. 6 Oral Roberts 8, Southern Ill. 5 Southern Ill. 4, Oklahoma St. 0 Oral Roberts 7, Southern Ill. 2 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Holyoke, MA Delaware 1, Harvard 0 (6 inn.) Holy Cross 5, St. John's (N.Y.) 3 Temple 5, Massachusetts 0 St. John's (N.Y.) 8, Harvard 0 Delaware 4, Massachusetts 3 Temple 8, Holy Cross 7 (10 inn.) St. John's (N.Y.) 14, Holy Cross 12 Temple 12, Delaware 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 7, Delaware 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 8, Temple 5 St. John's (N.Y.) 15, Temple 6 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Gonzaga 7, Washington St. 1 UNLV 17, Arizona St. 10 Arizona St. 14, Washington St. 8 Gonzaga 5, UNLV 4 Arizona St. 30, UNLV 5 Arizona St. 17, Gonzaga 1 Arizona St. 11, Gonzaga 4 195

198 1978 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) SOUTH REGIONAL at Auburn, AL North Carolina 15, East Tenn. St. 1 Auburn 14, Memphis 10 Memphis 5, East Tenn. St. 0 North Carolina 3, Auburn 2 Memphis 6, Auburn 5 Memphis 8, North Carolina 6 North Carolina 11, Memphis 9 SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL at Arlington, TX Tex.-Pan American 7, Louisiana Tech 0 Baylor 3, Mississippi St. 0 Mississippi St. 6, Louisiana Tech 5 Baylor 3, Tex.-Pan American 2 (10 inn.) SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL (Cont.) Mississippi St. 7, Tex.-Pan American 5 (11 inn.) Baylor 6, Mississippi St. 3 WEST REGIONAL at Los Angeles, CA Cal St. Fullerton 4, Santa Clara 0 Southern California 3, Arizona 2 Arizona 13, Santa Clara 6 Southern California 3, Cal St. Fullerton 2 (11 inn.) Arizona 7, Cal St. Fullerton 3 Southern California 2, Arizona 1979 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Clemson 8, Ga. Southern 4 Miami (Fla.) 3, Citadel 1 (16 inn.) Ga. Southern 5, Citadel 3 Miami (Fla.) 2, Clemson 1 Clemson 2, Ga. Southern 0 Miami (Fla.) 4, Clemson 1 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Texas 4, Tex.-Pan American 2 Lamar 3, Brigham Young 2 Brigham Young 11, Tex.-Pan American 5 Texas 6, Lamar 4 Brigham Young 7, Lamar 4 Texas 6, Brigham Young 2 EAST REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL Delaware 10, Seton Hall 1 Arkansas 12, George Washington 11 Florida 9, Florida St. 5 George Washington 5, Seton Hall 2 Delaware 7, Florida St. 6 Arkansas 9, Florida 1 Florida 12, George Washington 7 Arkansas 8, Delaware 6 Delaware 7, Florida 5 Arkansas 4, Delaware 3 MIDEAST REGIONAL at East Lansing, MI San Diego St. 11, Miami (Ohio) 6 Pepperdine 15, Michigan St. 0 Michigan St. 6, Miami (Ohio) 4 Pepperdine 15, San Diego St. 9 San Diego St. 5, Michigan St. 4 Pepperdine 13, San Diego St. 2 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Tucson, AZ Hawaii 4, Indiana St. 3 Arizona 8, Oklahoma 1 Oklahoma 9, Indiana St. 2 Arizona 10, Hawaii 2 Hawaii 12, Oklahoma 8 Arizona 5, Hawaii 3 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Annapolis, MD Connecticut 5, Navy 4 (6 inn.) St. John's (N.Y.) 5, Nebraska 0 Nebraska 13, Navy 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 6, Connecticut 3 Connecticut 15, Nebraska 0 Connecticut 14, St. John's (N.Y.) 4 Connecticut 4, St. John's (N.Y.) 0 SOUTH REGIONAL at Starkville, MS Murray St. 5, Tulane 3 New Orleans 13, Mississippi St. 11 Mississippi St. 12, Tulane 4 Murray St. 16, New Orleans 15 Mississippi St. 13, New Orleans 10 Mississippi St. 8, Murray St. 6 Mississippi St. 18, Murray St. 8 WEST REGIONAL at Fresno, CA UCLA 5, Cal St. Fullerton 4 Fresno St. 10, Portland 8 (12 inn.) Cal St. Fullerton 20, Portland 3 UCLA 5, Fresno St. 4 (10 inn.) Cal St. Fullerton 12, Fresno St. 3 Cal St. Fullerton 9, UCLA 2 Cal St. Fullerton 9, UCLA 5 196

199 1980 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Clemson, SC South Carolina 7, Ga. Southern 2 Clemson 22, East Tenn. St. 4 East Tenn. St. 3, Ga. Southern 1 Clemson 6, South Carolina 2 South Carolina 8, East Tenn. St. 5 Clemson 17, South Carolina 12 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Hawaii 8, Tex.-Pan American 4 Louisiana Tech 4, Texas 3 Texas 7, Tex.-Pan American 4 Hawaii 2, Louisiana Tech 1 Texas 7, Louisiana Tech 6 Hawaii 7, Texas 3 EAST REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL James Madison 11, Delaware 10 Miami (Fla.) 15, South Ala. 6 Delaware 5, South Ala. 4 (10 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 10, James Madison 3 Delaware 6, James Madison 1 Miami (Fla.) 10, Delaware 1 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ann Arbor, MI Michigan 9, Central Mich. 4 Nebraska 12, Brigham Young 0 Brigham Young 9, Central Mich. 0 Michigan 7, Nebraska 0 Nebraska 12, Brigham Young 4 Michigan 12, Nebraska 3 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Tulsa, OK UNLV 3, California 2 Missouri 5, Wichita St. 4 Arkansas 3, Oral Roberts 2 California 5, Wichita St. 1 UNLV 4, Oral Roberts 0 Missouri 6, Arkansas 0 California 7, Arkansas 1 UNLV 10, Missouri 2 California 2, Missouri 1 (14 inn.) California 6, UNLV 2 California 12, UNLV 0 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME Harvard 7, East Caro. 3 St. John's (N.Y.) 6, Maine 4 Maine 2, East Caro. 1 St. John's (N.Y.) 9, Harvard 5 Harvard 7, Maine 5 St. John's (N.Y.) 6, Harvard 3 SOUTH REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL Florida St. 10, New Orleans 8 Western Ky. 15, Vanderbilt 4 New Orleans 8, Vanderbilt 2 Florida St. 19, Western Ky. 7 Western Ky. 4, New Orleans 3 Florida St. 10, Western Ky. 5 WEST REGIONAL at Tucson, AZ Gonzaga 3, Cal St. Fullerton 2 Arizona 5, Fresno St. 4 Cal St. Fullerton 10, Fresno St. 2 Arizona 13, Gonzaga 9 Gonzaga 10, Cal St. Fullerton 8 (11 inn.) Arizona 8, Gonzaga REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Clemson, SC Mississippi St. 7, East Tenn. St. 6 Wichita St. 7, Clemson 2 East Tenn. St. 2, Clemson 1 Mississippi St. 5, Wichita St. 1 East Tenn. St. 5, Wichita St. 4 (13 inn.) Mississippi St. 6, East Tenn. St. 5 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Lamar 6, Stanford 5 Texas 11, Brigham Young 4 Stanford 2, Brigham Young 1 Texas 3, Lamar 2 Stanford 9, Lamar 1 Stanford 9, Texas 8 Texas 10, Stanford 2 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ann Arbor, MI New Orleans 2, Michigan 1 Eastern Mich. 15, UNLV 3 Michigan 6, UNLV 2 Eastern Mich. 18, New Orleans 11 Michigan 7, New Orleans 1 Michigan 10, Eastern Mich. 0 Michigan 4, Eastern Mich. 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Tulsa, OK Southern Ill. 4, San Diego St. 3 Oklahoma St. 4, Oral Roberts 3 Oral Roberts 3, San Diego St. 1 Oklahoma St. 9, Southern Ill. 4 Oral Roberts 7, Southern Ill. 2 Oklahoma St. 8, Oral Roberts 5 EAST REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Memphis 16, James Madison 3 South Carolina 15, Temple 6 James Madison 10, Temple 2 South Carolina 8, Memphis 5 Memphis 8, James Madison 3 South Carolina 11, Memphis 5 197

200 1981 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) NORTHEAST REGIONAL at New Haven, CT Maine 10, Central Mich. 2 St. John's (N.Y.) 1, Yale 0 (12 inn.) Central Mich. 7, Yale 2 Maine 10, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 St. John's (N.Y.) 23, Central Mich. 13 St. John's (N.Y.) 10, Maine 5 Maine 15, St. John's (N.Y.) 0 SOUTH REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Florida St. 5, Florida 1 Middle Tenn. St. 4, Missouri 2 Miami (Fla.) 12, Minnesota 0 Florida 7, Missouri 3 Florida St. 9, Minnesota 5 Miami (Fla.) 2, Middle Tenn. St. 0 SOUTH REGIONAL (Cont.) Florida 7, Middle Tenn. St. 4 (10 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 14, Florida St. 6 Florida 5, Florida St. 4 Miami (Fla.) 8, Florida 6 WEST REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Cal St. Fullerton 9, Fresno St. 8 Arizona St. 9, Gonzaga 6 Fresno St. 10, Gonzaga 8 Arizona St. 18, Cal St. Fullerton 9 Cal St. Fullerton 10, Fresno St. 9 Arizona St. 12, Cal St. Fullerton 7 NOTE: From 1982 to 1986, the Division I Baseball Committee selected five, number-one seeds and placed each in a different regional REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL South Fla. 8, Florida 0 Miami (Fla.) 18, Stetson 2 Stetson 5, Florida 4 Miami (Fla.) 9, South Fla. 4 Stetson 5, South Fla. 4 Miami (Fla.) 15, Stetson 3 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Eastern Mich. 7, Florida St. 2 Oklahoma 5, Ohio St. 2 (1) Texas 10, Hardin-Simmons 0 Florida St. 8, Ohio St. 3 Eastern Mich. 10, Hardin-Simmons 2 Texas 8, Oklahoma 0 Oklahoma 6, Florida St. 5 Texas 7, Eastern Mich. 2 (11 inn.) Eastern Mich. 9, Oklahoma 2 Texas 9, Eastern Mich. 1 EAST REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Old Dominion 2, East Caro. 1 Citadel 9, North Carolina 4 South Carolina 7, West Virginia 0 East Caro. 1, North Carolina 0 West Virginia 7, Old Dominion 6 (10 inn.) South Carolina 6, Citadel 4 Citadel 15, Old Dominion 1 West Virginia 4, East Caro. 1 South Carolina 11, Citadel 2 South Carolina 2, West Virginia 1 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME Delaware 4, Navy 3 Maine 6, Seton Hall 4 Navy 15, Seton Hall 5 Maine 13, Delaware 4 Navy 3, Delaware 1 Maine 4, Navy 3 SOUTH REGIONAL at New Orleans, LA (1) Wichita St. 3, Jackson St. 0 New Orleans 7, Tulane 5 Tulane 11, Jackson St. 5 Wichita St. 7, New Orleans 0 New Orleans 5, Tulane 4 (10 inn.) Wichita St. 8, New Orleans 1 WEST I REGIONAL at Fresno, CA Stanford 10, Hawaii 5 (1) Fresno St. 14, Pepperdine 5 Pepperdine 13, Hawaii 9 Stanford 17, Fresno St. 10 Pepperdine 11, Fresno St. 8 Stanford 15, Pepperdine 8 WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Cal St. Fullerton 7, Houston 3 (1) Arizona St. 6, San Diego St. 1 Houston 13, San Diego St. 3 Cal St. Fullerton 10, Arizona St. 9 Arizona St. 9, Houston 5 Cal St. Fullerton 8, Arizona St. 7 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK Middle Tenn. St. 3, Oral Roberts 2 (1) Oklahoma St. 16, Minnesota 9 Minnesota 9, Oral Roberts 0 Oklahoma St. 5, Middle Tenn. St. 3 Middle Tenn. St. 7, Minnesota 1 Oklahoma St. 7, Middle Tenn. St

201 1983 REGIONAL RESULTS CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Tex.-Pan American 5, Grambling 0 Mississippi St. 4, Tulane 2 (1) Texas 15, La.-Monroe 0 Tulane 8, Grambling 7 (10 inn.) Tex.-Pan American 9, La.-Monroe 8 Mississippi St. 6, Texas 2 Texas 7, Tulane 5 Mississippi St. 7, Tex.-Pan American 5 Texas 6, Tex.-Pan American 1 Texas 7, Mississippi St. 0 Texas 12, Mississippi St. 3 EAST REGIONAL at Chapel Hill, NC James Madison 9, South Carolina 0 Citadel 14, Delaware 5 North Carolina 11, William & Mary 0 Delaware 12, South Carolina 11 (11 inn.) James Madison 13, William & Mary 8 Citadel 5, North Carolina 3 Delaware 6, North Carolina 5 James Madison 5, Citadel 2 Delaware 7, Citadel 1 James Madison 6, Delaware 5 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ann Arbor, MI (1) Michigan 4, Morehead St. 3 Miami (Ohio) 7, Indiana St. 4 Morehead St. 7, Indiana St. 2 Michigan 6, Miami (Ohio) 4 Morehead St. 9, Miami (Ohio) 7 Michigan 10, Morehead St. 1 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME Harvard 2, Temple 1 Maine 8, NYIT 2 Temple 10, NYIT 5 Maine 6, Harvard 2 Harvard 3, Temple 2 Maine 4, Harvard 3 SOUTH REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL Alabama 6, Miami (Fla.) 4 (1) Florida St. 8, South Ala. 2 Miami (Fla.) 14, South Ala. 5 Alabama 7, Florida St. 5 Miami (Fla.) 10, Florida St. 5 Alabama 11, Miami (Fla.) 9 WEST I REGIONAL at Stanford, CA San Diego St. 7, UC Santa Barb. 5 (1) Stanford 14, Oregon St. 0 UC Santa Barb. 7, Oregon St. 3 Stanford 4, San Diego St. 3 (11 inn.) UC Santa Barb. 9, San Diego St. 5 Stanford 11, UC Santa Barb. 5 WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Cal St. Fullerton 7, Fresno St. 5 Arizona St. 19, (1) Brigham Young 11 Fresno St. 13, Brigham Young 6 Arizona St. 8, Cal St. Fullerton 0 Fresno St. 6, Cal St. Fullerton 3 Arizona St. 7, Fresno St. 2 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK Oral Roberts 7, Arkansas 6 Oklahoma St. 9, Wichita St. 2 Wichita St. 6, Arkansas 3 Oklahoma St. 9, Oral Roberts 8 Oral Roberts 6, Wichita St. 5 Oklahoma St. 10, Oral Roberts REGIONAL RESULTS CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX UNLV 2, Oklahoma 1 (1) Texas 6, Lamar 0 Lamar 4, Oklahoma 3 Texas 12, UNLV 3 Lamar 10, UNLV 5 Texas 6, Lamar 5 (10 inn.) MIDEAST REGIONAL at Mt. Pleasant, MI Michigan 13, Temple 9 Indiana St. 4, Central Mich. 2 Central Mich. 15, Temple 10 Michigan 8, Indiana St. 2 Central Mich. 4, Indiana St. 0 Michigan 4, Central Mich. 3 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma City 2, Texas A&M 1 (1) Oklahoma St. 21, Grambling 5 Texas A&M 11, Grambling 5 Oklahoma City 5, Oklahoma St. 2 Oklahoma St. 5, Texas A&M 0 Oklahoma St. 11, Oklahoma City 1 Oklahoma St. 9, Oklahoma City 4 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME Harvard 10, Seton Hall 8 Maine 12, Rider 6 Seton Hall 7, Rider 5 Maine 5, Harvard 4 (12 inn.) Seton Hall 9, Harvard 1 Seton Hall 3, Maine 2 Maine 5, Seton Hall 2 199

202 1984 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) SOUTH I REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL East Caro. 5, South Ala. 4 Miami (Fla.) 6, Florida 5 Stetson 10, Florida St. 7 South Ala. 7, Florida 4 East Caro. 7, Florida St. 4 Miami (Fla.) 13, Stetson 8 Miami (Fla.) 6, East Caro. 4 South Ala. 10, Stetson 9 South Ala. 18, East Caro. 2 South Ala. 6, Miami (Fla.) 4 Miami (Fla.) 10, South Ala. 2 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Mississippi St., MS New Orleans 1, Appalachian St. 0 (1) North Carolina 4, Eastern Ky. 2 South Carolina 4, Mississippi St. 1 Eastern Ky. 10, Appalachian St. 9 Mississippi St. 11, New Orleans 4 South Carolina 5, North Carolina 4 SOUTH II REGIONAL (Cont.) New Orleans 13, North Carolina 6 Mississippi St. 13, Eastern Ky. 8 New Orleans 6, South Carolina 5 Mississippi St. 18, South Carolina 9 New Orleans 6, Mississippi St. 3 WEST I REGIONAL at Fresno, CA (1) Cal St. Fullerton 10, Southern California 6 San Diego St. 10, Fresno St. 6 Fresno St. 15, Southern California 12 Cal St. Fullerton 16, San Diego St. 6 San Diego St. 10, Fresno St. 7 San Diego St. 9, Cal St. Fullerton 5 Cal St. Fullerton 8, San Diego St. 7 (11 inn.) WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ Hawaii 10, Stanford 7 (10 inn.) (1) Arizona St. 8, Washington St. 4 Stanford 3, Washington St. 1 Arizona St. 15, Hawaii 11 Stanford 11, Hawaii 7 Arizona St. 5, Stanford REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Virginia 14, Florida 1 (1) Miami (Fla.) 22, Princeton 6 Florida 14, Princeton 4 Miami (Fla.) 11, Virginia 6 Florida 15, Virginia 2 Florida 8, Miami (Fla.) 1 Miami (Fla.) 12, Florida 9 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Oklahoma 9, Lamar 1 Houston 11, LSU 4 Texas 4, Grambling 3 (12 inn.) Lamar 4, LSU 3 Oklahoma 5, Grambling 2 Texas 9, Houston 2 Lamar 10, Houston 9 Texas 9, Oklahoma 4 Lamar 7, Oklahoma 5 Texas 10, Lamar 2 EAST REGIONAL at Columbia, SC Western Caro. 5, Old Dominion 3 St. John's (N.Y.) 14, Rider 9 South Carolina 11, La Salle 1 Rider 3, Old Dominion 2 La Salle 13, Western Caro. 12 (10 inn.) South Carolina 13, St. John's (N.Y.) 6 Western Caro. 9, St. John's (N.Y.) 6 La Salle 17, Rider 12 South Carolina 14, Western Caro. 3 South Carolina 7, La Salle 2 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK Wichita St. 12, Oral Roberts 1 (1) Oklahoma St. 8, Minnesota 3 Oral Roberts 17, Minnesota 8 Oklahoma St. 15, Wichita St. 8 Wichita St. 15, Oral Roberts 14 Wichita St. 7, Oklahoma St. 2 MIDWEST REGIONAL (cont.) Oklahoma St. 10, Wichita St. 6 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Mississippi St., MS New Orleans 12, Michigan 10 (13 inn.) (1) Mississippi St. 10, West Virginia 1 Miichigan 9, West Virginia 2 Mississippi St. 8, New Orleans 4 Michigan 11, New Orleans 6 Michigan 14, Mississippi St. 6 Mississippi St. 19, Michigan 8 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (1) Arkansas 20, Eastern Ky. 13 Georgia Tech 7, Central Mich. 6 Florida St. 11, George Mason 0 Eastern Ky. 10, Central Mich. 7 Arkansas 13, George Mason 9 Florida St. 9, Georgia Tech 1 Arkansas 7, Florida St. 6 Georgia Tech 14, Eastern Ky. 13 Georgia Tech 8, Florida St. 3 Arkansas 7, Georgia Tech 5 WEST I REGIONAL at Stanford, CA Nebraska 4, Pepperdine 2 (1) Stanford 17, Oregon St. 3 Pepperdine 6, Oregon St. 1 Stanford 9, Nebraska 8 Pepperdine 7, Nebraska 6 Pepperdine 5, Stanford 1 Stanford 7, Pepperdine 1 WEST II REGIONAL at Fresno, CA Arizona 7, Brigham Young 3 Fresno St. 7, California 6 (10 inn.) Brigham Young 9, California 5 Arizona 6, Fresno St. 0 Fresno St. 12, Brigham Young 8 Arizona 10, Fresno St

203 1986 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL Georgia Tech 9, Navy 8 (14 inn.) South Carolina 5, Alabama 3 (1) Miami (Fla.) 10, Western Caro. 8 Alabama 4, Navy 1 Georgia Tech 8, Western Caro. 7 (11 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 7, South Carolina 5 Miami (Fla.) 7, Georgia Tech 6 (10 inn.) Alabama 8, South Carolina 7 Georgia Tech 12, Alabama 6 Miami (Fla.) 15, Georgia Tech 9 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Pepperdine 11, Tex.-Pan American 0 Arizona 26, San Diego St. 5 (1) Texas 21, Southern Ill. 7 Tex.-Pan American 10, San Diego St. 6 Pepperdine 5, Southern Ill. 3 Arizona 9, Texas 3 Arizona 10, Pepperdine 6 Texas 9, Tex.-Pan American 5 Pepperdine 2, Texas 0 (10 inn.) Arizona 5, Pepperdine 3 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Ann Arbor, MI Indiana St. 7, Michigan 1 Central Mich. 7, Oral Roberts 2 Oral Roberts 5, Michigan 4 Indiana St. 5, Central Mich. 3 Central Mich. 6, Oral Roberts 2 Indiana St. 7, Central Mich. 6 (11 inn.) MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK Oklahoma St. 20, Richmond 8 Arkansas 4, Oregon St. 3 Stanford 11, Appalachian St. 1 Oregon St. 7, Richmond 1 Oklahoma St. 23, Appalachian St. 2 Stanford 2, Arkansas 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL (cont.) Oklahoma St. 16, Stanford 8 Oregon St. 1, Arkansas 0 Stanford 10, Oregon St. 7 Oklahoma St. 3, Stanford 0 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME St. John's 8, Rider 2 Maine 5, Rutgers 1 Rider 9, Rutgers 4 Maine 13, St. John's (N.Y.) 7 St. John's (N.Y.) 16, Rider 3 Maine 21, St. John's (N.Y.) 8 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA Louisiana Tech 7, Tulane 5 Oklahoma 21, Eastern Ky. 14 (1) LSU 14, Jackson St. 11 Tulane 16, Eastern Ky. 6 Louisiana Tech 14, Jackson St. 6 LSU 8, Oklahoma 5 LSU 7, Louisiana Tech 4 Tulane 14, Oklahoma 5 Tulane 9, Louisiana Tech 4 LSU 7, Tulane 6 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL Texas A&M 10, South Fla. 2 (1) Florida St. 10, North Carolina St. 6 South Fla. 12, North Carolina St. 4 Florida St. 12, Texas A&M 9 South Fla. 10, Texas A&M 7 Florida St. 11, South Fla. 7 WEST REGIONAL at Los Angeles, CA UC Santa Barb. 11, Loyola Marymount 5 (10 inn.) Hawaii 6, (1) UCLA 3 Loyola Marymount 12, UCLA 10 Hawaii 8, UC Santa Barb. 6 Loyola Marymount 14, UC Santa Barb. 6 (11 inn.) Loyola Marymount 10, Hawaii 6 Loyola Marymount 12, Hawaii 5 NOTE: Starting in 1987, the committee selected eight No. 1 seeds and placed each in a different regional. The field was expanded to 48 teams REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL South Ala. 2, Central Mich. 0 Ga. Southern 11, Miami (Fla.) 6 (1) Florida St. 10, East Caro. 5 Central Mich. 17, East Caro. 9 Florida St. 5, Miami (Fla.) 2 South Ala. 6, Ga. Southern 1 Ga. Southern 3, Central Mich. 1 Florida St. 12, South Ala. 3 South Ala. 3, Ga. Southern 0 South Ala. 6, Florida St. 3 Florida St. 9, South Ala. 2 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX Houston 10, Indiana St. 5 Sam Houston St. 5, Oklahoma 1 (1) Texas 6, Lamar 5 (10 inn.) Indiana St. 10, Lamar 5 Texas 10, Oklahoma 5 Houston 8, Sam Houston St. 4 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (cont) Texas 15, Houston 3 Sam Houston St. 10, Indiana St. 8 Houston 4, Sam Houston St. 0 Texas 13, Houston 4 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Mississippi State, MS Texas A&M 13, Purdue 3 Mississippi St. 10, North Carolina St. 6 (1) Oklahoma St. 6, Western Caro. 3 Western Caro. 8, Purdue 7 Oklahoma St. 8, North Carolina St. 6 Texas A&M 7, Mississippi St. 4 Western Caro. 8, Mississippi 1 Texas A&M 4, Oklahoma St. 1 Oklahoma St. 9,. Western Caro. 6 Oklahoma St. 7, Texas A&M 4 Oklahoma St. 11, Texas A&M 9 201

204 1987 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA Fordham 5, Georgia 3 Dartmouth 4, Michigan 0 Rider 8, (1) Georgia Tech 5 Georgia 5, Georgia Tech 1 Michigan 10, Rider 0 Fordham 4, Dartmouth 2 Rider 6, Dartmouth 3 Georgia 10, Michigan 8 Rider 12, Fordham 0 Georgia 10, Fordham 4 Georgia 13, Rider 5 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Huntsville, AL Seton Hall 15, Auburn 6 Clemson 8, West Virginia 0 (1) Arkansas 10, Middle Tenn. St. 7 Auburn 5, Middle Tenn. St. 3 Arkansas 7, West Virginia 2 Clemson 6, Seton Hall 3 Auburn 22, Seton Hall 1 Arkansas 6, Clemson 5 Clemson 6, Auburn 3 Arkansas 4, Clemson 2 SOUTH II REGIONAL at New Orleans, LA LSU 5, Tulane 3 New Orleans 18, Louisiana Tech 5 Southern U. 1, (1) Cal St. Fullerton 0 Cal St. Fullerton 4, Tulane 0 Louisiana Tech 5, Southern U. 2 LSU 14, New Orleans 1 SOUTH II REGIONAL at New Orleans, LA (cont.) New Orleans 6, Southern U. 2 Cal St. Fullerton 11, Louisiana Tech 0 LSU 3, New Orleans 0 LSU 7, Cal St. Fullerton 3 WEST I REGIONAL at Stanford, CA Washington St. 10, Oral Roberts 5 Wichita St. 4, UC Santa Barb. 3 (1) Stanford 12, Minnesota 1 Oral Roberts 7, Minnesota 0 Stanford 12, UC Santa Barb. 5 Washington St. 4, Wichita St. 3 Oral Roberts 11, Wichita St. 4 Stanford 12, Washington St. 11 Oral Roberts 14, Washington St. 13 (12 inn.) Stanford 9, Oral Roberts 4 WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ UCLA 12, Hawaii 11 Arizona St. 9, Missouri St. 5 (1) Pepperdine 7, Arizona 3 Hawaii 6, Arizona 3 Pepperdine 10, Missouri St. 4 Arizona St. 9, UCLA 3 UCLA 16, Hawaii 7 Arizona St. 4, Pepperdine 2 UCLA 21, Pepperdine 5 Arizona St. 14, UCLA 4 NOTE: Starting in 1988, the Division I Baseball Committee seeded each regional field REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL (2) Georgia Tech 9, (5) VCU 6 (1) Miami (Fla.) 4, (6) Towson 0 (3) South Carolina 3, (4) James Madison 2 Towson 4, VCU 2 Georgia Tech 7, South Carolina 6 Miami (Fla.) 18, James Madison 8 South Carolina 5, Towson 1 Miami (Fla.) 4, Georgia Tech 2 South Carolina 5, Georgia Tech 0 Miami (Fla.) 10, South Carolina 3 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (2) California 13, (5) Penn 3 (1) Texas 7, (6) Southern U. 3 (4) Michigan 6, (3) New Orleans 4 Penn 10, Southern U. 6 Texas 16, New Orleans 10 California 8, Michigan 7 (11 inn.) Michigan 7, Penn 6 California 8, Texas 7 Texas 5, Michigan 4 California 6, Texas 5 EAST REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (1) Florida 7, (6) George Mason 0 (2) Florida St. 10, (5) Stetson 3 (4) Tulane 1, (3) North Carolina St. 0 Stetson 2, George Mason 1 EAST REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (cont.) North Carolina St. 13, Florida 3 Florida St. 8, Tulane 6 Florida 9, Tulane 5 Stetson 4, North Carolina St. 1 Florida 9, Florida St. 3 Stetson 7, Florida St. 2 Florida 8, Stetson 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK (2) Wichita St. 6, (5) La.-Lafayette 2 (1) Oklahoma St. 14, (6) McNeese St. 4 (3) Loyola Marymount 8, (4) Arkansas 3 McNeese St. 11, La.-Lafayette 6 Oklahoma St. 13, Arkansas 7 Wichita St. 10, Loyola Marymount 6 Loyola Marymount 12, McNeese St. 4 Wichita St. 8, Oklahoma St. 5 Oklahoma St. 8, Loyola Marymount 6 Oklahoma St. 12, Wichita St. 7 Wichita St. 15, Oklahoma St. 5 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at New Britain, CT (1) Clemson 3, (6) Fordham 2 (19 inn.) (5) St. John's (N.Y.) 5, (2) Stanford 3 (3) Kentucky 6, (4) Rutgers 2 Stanford 7, Fordham 5 Rutgers 6, Clemson 1 202

205 1988 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) NORTHEAST REGIONAL at New Britain, CT (cont.) Kentucky 12, St. John's (N.Y.) 5 Clemson 11, St. John's (N.Y.) 1 Stanford 8, Rutgers 1 Kentucky 8, Clemson 7 Stanford 6, Kentucky 5 Stanford 16, Kentucky 2 SOUTH REGIONAL at Mississippi State, MS (2) Mississippi St. 7, (5) Western Caro. 4 (11 inn.) (1) Texas A&M 8, (6) Middle Tenn. St. 6 (3) Cal St. Fullerton 6, (4) Missouri 3 Middle Tenn. St. 3, Texas A&M 1 Missouri 10, Middle Tenn. St. 6 Cal St. Fullerton 5, Mississippi St. 1 Mississippi St. 12, Middle Tenn. St. 4 Texas A&M 6, Missouri 2 Cal St. Fullerton 5, Mississippi St. 3 (12 inn.) Cal St. Fullerton 6, Texas A&M 3 WEST I REGIONAL at Fresno, CA (2) Washington St. 8, (5) Santa Clara 5 (1) Fresno St. 10, (6) Minnesota 8 (10 inn.) (4) Southern California 9, (3) Brigham Young 8 Santa Clara 6, Minnesota 3 Fresno St. 9, Brigham Young 4 Southern California 10, Washington St. 9 Washington St. 6, Santa Clara 5 Southern California 18, Fresno St. 17 Fresno St. 7, Washington St. 6 Fresno St. 17, Southern California 12 Fresno St. 14, Southern California 3 WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ (6) Evansville 1, (1) Arizona St. 0 (5) Pepperdine 10, (2) Oklahoma 1 (3) Central Mich. 10, (4) UNLV 7 Arizona St. 13, Oklahoma 6 UNLV 2, Evansville 1 Pepperdine 11, Central Mich. 8 Central Mich. 7, Evansville 6 Arizona St. 27, UNLV 8 Pepperdine 5, Central Mich. 4 (14 inn.) Arizona St. 11, Pepperdine 4 Arizona St. 10, Pepperdine REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (4) Auburn 9, (3) South Fla. 3 (2) Clemson 6, (5) Stetson 2 (1) Florida St. 13, (6) Rider 7 Stetson 13, Rider 6 Florida St. 8, South Fla. 1 Auburn 14, Clemson 7 Clemson 13, Stetson 5 Florida St. 7, Auburn 6 Clemson 11, Auburn 1 Florida St. 8, Clemson 1 CENTRAL REGIONAL at College Station, TX (2) LSU 12, (5) UNLV 10 (3) South Ala. 11, (4) Brigham Young 10 (10 inn.) (1) Texas A&M 23, (6) Jackson St. 3 UNLV 13, Jackson St. 2 Texas A&M 25, Brigham Young 4 South Ala. 6, LSU 4 LSU 13, UNLV 8 Texas A&M 17, South Ala. 6 LSU 6, South Ala. 5 LSU 13, Texas A&M 5 LSU 5, Texas A&M 4 (11 inn.) EAST REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL (1) Miami (Fla.) 3, (6) Villanova 1 (4) Central Fla. 6, (3) Georgia Tech 4 (2) Florida 11, (5) East Caro. 6 Villanova 10, East Caro. 6 Georgia Tech 9, Miami (Fla.) 7 Central Fla. 10, Florida 7 Miami (Fla.) 9, Florida 1 Villanova 18, Georgia Tech 16 (10 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 10, Central Fla. 1 Villanova 5, Central Fla. 2 Miami (Fla.) 4, Villanova 1 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Austin, TX (2) Oklahoma St. 6, (5) Sam Houston St. 5 (1) Texas 2, (6) New Orleans 0 (4) Western Mich. 9, (3) Southern California 8 New Orleans 8, Sam Houston St. 4 Texas 11, Southern California 8 Oklahoma St. 8, Western Mich. 3 (10 inn.) New Orleans 6, Western Mich. 5 Texas 8, Oklahoma St. 7 New Orleans 3, Oklahoma St. 2 Texas 9, New Orleans 3 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Waterbury, CT (6) Le Moyne 7, (1) Arkansas 5 (2) Arizona St. 5, (5) George Washington 0 (4) Penn 7, (3) Illinois 1 Arkansas 8, George Washington 2 Illinois 7, Le Moyne 0 Arizona St. 15, Penn 4 Le Moyne 18, Penn 16 (12 inn.) Arkansas 9, Illinois 2 Le Moyne 4, Arizona St. 2 Arkansas 1, Arizona St. 0 Arkansas 6, Le Moyne 5 SOUTH REGIONAL at Mississippi State, MS (2) Jacksonville 3, (5) Indiana St. 2 (3) North Carolina 8, (4) Nicholls St. 4 (1) Mississippi St. 8, (6) Western Caro. 0 Indiana St. 10, Western Caro. 3 Mississippi St. 11, Nicholls St. 2 North Carolina 8, Jacksonville 3 Indiana St. 9, Jacksonville 4 North Carolina 2, Mississippi St. 1 Mississippi St. 11, Indiana St. 2 Mississippi St. 6, North Carolina 0 North Carolina 7, Mississippi St

206 1989 REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) WEST I REGIONAL at Tucson, AZ (2) Oklahoma 5, (5) Loyola Marymount 2 (3) Long Beach St. 14, (4) Hawaii 7 (1) Arizona 12, (6) Eastern Ky. 6 Loyola Marymount 9, Eastern Ky. 3 Arizona 17, Hawaii 3 Long Beach St. 11, Oklahoma 4 Loyola Marymount 6, Oklahoma 5 (11 inn.) Long Beach St. 10, Arizona 6 Arizona 13, Loyola Marymount 4 Long Beach St. 10, Arizona 3 WEST II REGIONAL at Fresno, CA (1) Wichita St. 4, (6) Portland 0 (3) Michigan 4, (4) Pepperdine 3 (2) Fresno St. 9, (5) Notre Dame 8 Norte Dame 8, Portland 6 (13 inn.) Wichita St. 12, Pepperdine 1 Michigan 5, Fresno St. 3 Fresno St. 11, Notre Dame 4 Michigan 14, Wichita St. 5 Wichita St. 6, Fresno St. 4 Wichita St. 3, Michigan 2 Wichita St. 9, Michigan REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL (3) East Caro. 4, (4) South Fla. 2 (5) Citadel 11, (2) North Carolina St. 3 (1) Miami (Fla.) 4, (6) Stetson 3 North Carolina St. 13, Stetson 2 Miami (Fla.) 5, South Fla. 2 Citadel 8, East Caro. 5 North Carolina St. 8, East Caro. 1 Citadel 6, Miami (Fla.) 2 Miami (Fla.) 6, North Carolina St. 1 Citadel 4, Miami (Fla.) 1 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (5) Creighton 9, (2) Clemson 6 (1) Texas 9, (6) Texas-Arlington 8 (3) Cal St. Fullerton 16, (4) Old Dominion 3 Clemson 8, Texas-Arlington 5 Texas 10, Old Dominion 0 Cal St. Fullerton 6, Creighton 3 Cal St. Fullerton 5, Texas 2 Creighton 4, Clemson 3 Texas 11, Creighton 9 Cal St. Fullerton 3, Texas 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Wichita, KS (6) Fordham 8, (1) Arkansas 5 (3) South Ala. 6, (4) UCLA 4 (5) Ga. Southern 4, (2) Wichita St. 2 (13 inn.) Wichita St. 7, Arkansas 6 UCLA 13, Fordham 8 Ga. Southern 13, South Ala. 4 South Ala. 6, Fordham 5 UCLA 7, Wichita St. 5 South Ala. 3, Ga. Southern 2 Ga. Southern 5, UCLA 4 Ga. Southern 6, South Ala. 5 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Waterbury, CT (1) North Carolina 3, (6) Rutgers 2 (4) Maine 4, (3) Iowa 3 (2) Georgia 7, (5) Connecticut 2 Rutgers 15, Connecticut 5 North Carolina 5, Iowa 3 Georgia 6, Maine 3 Georgia 5, North Carolina 4 Rutgers 5, Maine 4 Rutgers 9, North Carolina 7 Rutgers 4, Georgia 3 Georgia 20, Rutgers 9 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (3) Houston 4, (4) Georgia Tech 2 (2) Southern California 23, (5) Southern Miss. 5 (1) LSU 8, (6) La.-Lafayette 0 Southern Miss. 14, La.-Lafayette 10 LSU 11, Georgia Tech 5 Southern California 26, Houston 11 Southern California 5, LSU 4 Houston 15, Southern Miss. 3 LSU 6, Houston 4 LSU 5, Southern California 4 LSU 7, Southern California 6 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Mississippi State, MS (1) Florida St. 7, (6) Lafayette 2 (3) Illinois 8, (4) Central Mich. 6 (2) Mississippi St. 16, (5) Brigham Young 5 Brigham Young 13, Lafayette 3 Florida St. 4, Central Mich. 2 Mississippi St. 5, Illinois 3 Mississippi St. 11, Florida St. 8 Illinois 8, Brigham Young 5 Florida St. 6, Illinois 4 Florida St. 11, Mississippi St. 9 Mississippi St. 4, Florida St. 3 WEST I REGIONAL at Stanford, CA (3) San Diego St. 18, (4) Middle Tenn. St. 6 (5) Fresno St. 3, (2) Southern Ill. 2 (1) Stanford 7, (6) Campbell 0 Southern Ill. 8, Campbell 7 Stanford 6, Middle Tenn. St. 1 San Diego St. 8, Fresno St. 4 Stanford 6, San Diego St. 2 Southern Ill. 3, Fresno St. 1 San Diego St. 4, Southern Ill. 3 (10 inn.) Stanford 6, San Diego St. 2 WEST II REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ (4) Washington St. 13, (3) Loyola Marymount 2 (2) Oklahoma St. 7, (5) UC Santa Barb. 2 (1) Arizona St. 12, (6) Penn 1 Penn 5, UC Santa Barb. 3 Arizona St. 11, Loyola Marymount 9 Oklahoma St. 14, Washington St. 0 Oklahoma St. 17, Arizona St. 9 Washington St. 8, Penn 2 Arizona St. 8, Washington St. 6 (10 inn.) Oklahoma St. 10, Arizona St

207 1991 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (3) Alabama 5, (4) Florida Int'l 1 (5) St. John's (N.Y.) 5, (2) Georgia Tech 4 (1) Florida St. 6, (6) Coastal Caro. 0 Georgia Tech 11, Coastal Caro. 7 Florida St. 6, Florida Int'l 3 Alabama 5, St. John's (N.Y.) 2 Florida St. 5, Alabama 2 Georgia Tech 5, St. John's (N.Y.) 4 Alabama 8, Georgia Tech 4 Florida St. 6, Alabama 5 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (2) Oklahoma St. 9, (5) Rutgers 4 (1) Texas 16, (6) UAB 3 (3) Long Beach St. 6, (4) Southern Miss. 5 (11 inn.) UAB 10, Rutgers 9 Texas 18, Southern Miss. 2 Long Beach St. 7, Oklahoma St. 5 Long Beach St. 17, Texas 10 Oklahoma St. 8, UAB 7 (10 inn.) Oklahoma St. 6, Texas 1 Oklahoma St. 12, Long Beach St. 8 Long Beach St. 8, Oklahoma St. 4 EAST REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL (4) Missouri 5, (3) Jacksonville 4 (2) North Carolina St. 11, (5) Ohio 5 (1) Florida 2, (6) Furman 0 Furman 7, Ohio 2 Florida 3, Jacksonville 0 North Carolina St. 3, Missouri 1 Florida 9, North Carolina St. 4 Missouri 8, Furman 4 North Carolina St. 8, Missouri 5 Florida 3, North Carolina St. 2 (10 inn.) MIDWEST REGIONAL at Wichita, KS (4) California 8, (3) Baylor 3 (2) Ohio St. 7, (5) Rider 4 (1) Wichita St. 10, (6) East Caro. 5 East Caro. 6, Rider 5 Wichita St. 13, Baylor 7 California 10, Ohio St. 8 Wichita St. 8, California 1 Ohio St. 6, East Caro. 5 California 6, Ohio St. 5 Wichita St. 11, California 5 NORTHEAST REGIONAL at Orono, ME (1) Clemson 13, (6) Princeton 5 (2) Mississippi St. 10, (5) Towson 4 (3) Maine 10, (4) Villanova 3 Towson 5, Princeton 0 Clemson 8, Villanova 3 Mississippi St. 6, Maine 5 Clemson 10, Mississippi St. 9 Maine 8, Towson 0 Maine 8, Mississippi St. 5 Clemson 13, Maine 5 SOUTH REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (3) South Ala. 5, (4) Oklahoma 4 (10 inn.) (2) Texas A&M 16, (5) La.-Lafayette 4 (1) LSU 13, (6) Northwestern La. 2 La.-Lafayette 11, Northwestern St. 7 LSU 4, Oklahoma 3 Texas A&M 12, South Ala. 0 LSU 7, Texas A&M 1 La.-Lafayette 6, South Ala. 3 La.-Lafayette 13, Texas A&M 10 LSU 8, Southwestern St. 5 WEST I REGIONAL at Los Angeles, CA (5) Minnesota 5, (2) Hawaii 3 (1) Southern California 7, (6) Middle Tenn. St. 5 (4) Creighton 5, (3) Pepperdine 3 Hawaii 7, Middle Tenn. St. 3 Southern California 17, Pepperdine 7 Creighton 8, Minnesota 3 Creighton 8, Southern California 7 (10 inn.) Hawaii 12, Minnesota 5 Hawaii 7, Southern California 3 Creighton 15, Hawaii 8 WEST II REGIONAL at Fresno, CA (1) Miami (Fla.) 13, (6) Portland 1 (2) Stanford 12, (5) San Diego St. 5 (3) Fresno St. 7, (4) Cal St. Northridge 2 Portland 12, San Diego St. 5 Cal St. Northridge 13, Miami (Fla.) 6 Fresno St. 4, Stanford 2 Stanford 15, Miami (Fla.) 7 Cal St. Northridge 12, Portland 7 Fresno St. 7, Stanford 5 Cal St. Northridge 6, Fresno St. 2 Fresno St. 6, Cal St. Northridge 5 205

208 1992 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL (3) South Carolina 5, (4) Notre Dame 1 (2) North Carolina St. 6, (5) Delaware 2 (1) Miami (Fla.) 3, (6) Md.-Balt. County 1 Delaware 6, Md.-Balt. County 5 (10 inn.) Notre Dame 6, Miami (Fla.) 3 South Carolina 9, North Carolina St. 6 Miami (Fla.) 5, North Carolina St. 4 Notre Dame 12, Delaware 6 Miami (Fla.) 17, South Carolina 2 Notre Dame 11, South Carolina 2 Miami (Fla.) 5, Notre Dame 1 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (2) Long Beach St. 7, (5) La.-Lafayette 6 (1) Texas 2, (6) VCU 0 (3) Creighton 11, (4) Texas-Arlington 6 VCU 12, La.-Lafayette 5 Texas 17, Texas-Arlington 1 Long Beach St. 5, Creighton 2 Texas 9, Long Beach St. 1 VCU 5, Creighton 4 (11 inn.) VCU 16, Long Beach St. 6 VCU 4, Texas 2 Texas 12, VCU 3 EAST REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL (3) Texas A&M 15, (4) California 6 (2) Georgia Tech 5, (5) George Mason 4 (1) Florida 6, (6) Rider 1 George Mason 10, Rider 2 California 4, Florida 3 (10 inn.) Georgia Tech 3, Texas A&M 2 (10 inn.) Texas A&M 6, Florida 5 California 16, George Mason 5 Texas A&M 7, Georgia Tech 5 California 3, Georgia Tech 2 California 11, Texas A&M 4 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Mississippi State, MS (1) Clemson 8, (6) Yale 4 (3) Oklahoma 4, (4) UCLA 3 (13 inn.) (2) Mississippi St. 1, (5) Nicholls St. 0 (11 inn.) Yale 13, Nicholls St. 4 UCLA 6, Clemson 5 Mississippi St. 9, Oklahoma 6 Oklahoma 7, Clemson 6 UCLA 8, Yale 0 Oklahoma 10, Mississippi St. 6 UCLA 3, Mississippi St. 2 Oklahoma 10, UCLA 0 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Wichita, KS (3) Cal St. Northridge 5, (4) Arizona St. 1 (2) Oklahoma St. 12, (5) Minnesota 11 (1) Wichita St. 9, (6) George Washington 0 Minnesota 19, George Washington 3 Wichita St. 3, Arizona St. 1 Oklahoma St. 5, Cal St. Northridge 0 Wichita St. 5, Oklahoma St. 0 Minnesota 7, Cal St. Northridge 6 Oklahoma St. 15, Minnesota 6 Wichita St. 5, Oklahoma St. 2 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (3) Cal St. Fullerton 3, (4) Ohio St. 2 (5) Tulane 4, (2) South Ala. 2 (1) LSU 8, (6) Providence 1 Providence 4, South Ala. 0 Ohio St. 5, LSU 0 Cal St. Fullerton 8, Tulane 0 LSU 7, Tulane 3 Ohio St. 7, Providence 6 (12 inn.) Cal St. Fullerton 11, LSU 0 Cal St. Fullerton 13, Ohio St. 1 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (1) Stanford 2, (6) Stetson 1 (12 inn.) (4) Kent 5, (3) Georgia 2 (5) Western Caro. 1, (2) Florida St. 0 Florida St. 2, Stetson 0 Stanford 7, Georgia 3 Western Caro. 14, Kent 1 Western Caro. 5, Stanford 0 Florida St. 4, Kent 2 Florida St. 9, Stanford 4 Florida St. 4, Western Caro. 3 Florida St. 18, Western Caro. 3 WEST REGIONAL at Tucson, AZ (3) Pepperdine 5, (4) Fresno St. 4 (10 inn.) (5) Southeastern La. 8, (2) Hawaii 0 (6) Washington 6, (1) Arizona 5 Hawaii 10, Arizona 3 Washington 4, Fresno St. 3 Pepperdine 8, Southeastern La. 5 Pepperdine 11, Washington 0 Hawaii 10, Southeastern La. 3 Hawaii 9, Washington 3 Hawaii 6, Pepperdine 3 Pepperdine 9, Hawaii 0 206

209 1993 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA (3) Wichita St. 14, (4) Ohio St. 5 (2) South Carolina 6, (5) East Caro. 5 (1) Georgia Tech 4, (6) Liberty 1 East Caro. 6, Liberty 0 Ohio St. 7, Georgia Tech 4 Wichita St. 3, South Carolina 2 Georgia Tech 12, South Carolina 0 Ohio St. 6, East Caro. 2 Wichita St. 5, Georgia Tech 4 (10 inn.) Ohio St. 8, Wichita St. 6 Wichita St. 5, Ohio St. 3 CENTRAL I REGIONAL at College Station, TX (3) UCLA 6, (4) Lamar 1 (5) Hawaii 9, (2) North Carolina 8 (1) Texas A&M 13, (6) Yale 1 North Carolina 11, Yale 6 Texas A&M 10, Lamar 5 UCLA 9, Hawaii 4 Texas A&M 11, UCLA 4 North Carolina 10, Hawaii 8 North Carolina 8, UCLA 5 Texas A&M 14, North Carolina 2 CENTRAL II REGIONAL at Austin, TX (2) Cal St. Fullerton 11, (5) Maine 5 (1) Texas 7, (6) McNeese St. 4 (4) Southern California 7, (3) Kentucky 1 McNeese St. 16, Maine 3 Texas 8, Kentucky 3 Southern California 5, Cal St. Fullerton 2 Texas 11, Southern California 3 Cal St. Fullerton 2, McNeese St. 0 Southern California 5, Cal St. Fullerton 2 Texas 3, Southern California 2 EAST REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (1) Long Beach St. 11, (6) Central Fla. 6 (4) Notre Dame 15, (3) Mississippi St. 1 (2) Florida St. 4, (5) South Fla. 2 Central Fla. 4, South Fla. 3 Long Beach St. 2, Mississippi St. 1 Florida St. 7, Notre Dame 3 (10 inn.) Long Beach St. 4, Florida St. 1 Notre Dame 12, Central Fla. 3 Notre Dame 4, Florida St. 3 Long Beach St. 13, Notre Dame 3 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Knoxville, TN (4) Fresno St. 7, (3) Kansas 4 (2) Clemson 7, (5) Rutgers 3 (1) Tennessee 7, (6) Charlotte 4 Rutgers 5, Charlotte 1 Kansas 3, Tennessee 2 Clemson 10, Fresno St. 3 Fresno St. 6, Tennessee 2 Kansas 8, Rutgers 2 Fresno St. 11, Clemson 4 Kansas 9, Clemson 1 Kansas 3, Fresno St. 2 (10 inn.) MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK (1) North Carolina St. 12, (6) Fordham 4 (4) Auburn 9, (3) Arizona 1 (2) Oklahoma St. 9, (5) Connecticut 5 Fordham 5, Connecticut 0 Arizona 5, North Carolina St. 2 Oklahoma St. 14, Auburn 10 North Carolina St. 13, Auburn 2 Arizona 18, Fordham 7 Oklahoma St. 8, North Carolina St. 3 Arizona 4, Oklahoma St. 0 Oklahoma St. 11, Arizona 10 SOUTH REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (4) Baylor 4, (3) Kent 1 (5) South Ala. 7, (2) Miami (Fla.) 3 (1) LSU 7, (6) Western Caro. 2 Western Caro. 10, Miami (Fla.) 5 Kent 15, LSU 12 South Ala. 9, Baylor 3 LSU 13, Baylor 6 Kent 8, Western Caro. 5 LSU 11, South Ala. 4 South Ala. 7, Kent 6 LSU 9, South Ala. 4 WEST REGIONAL at Tempe, AZ (3) Pepperdine 4, (4) Minnesota 1 (2) Cal St. Northridge 3, (5) St. John's (N.Y.) 1 (1) Arizona St. 13, (6) George Mason 4 St. John's (N.Y.) 16, George Mason 9 Arizona St. 6, Minnesota 5 Cal St. Northridge 7, Pepperdine 6 Arizona St. 9, Cal St. Northridge 0 St. John's (N.Y.) 4, Pepperdine 1 St. John's (N.Y.) 11, Cal St. Northridge 10 Arizona St. 12, St. John's (N.Y.) 2 207

210 1994 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC I REGIONAL at Miami, FL (4) Minnesota 11, (3) Kent 6 (2) Florida 8, (5) West Virginia 7 (1) Miami (Fla.) 17, (6) Rider 4 West Virginia 19, Rider 7 Miami (Fla.) 4, Kent 1 Minnesota 12, Florida 2 Miami (Fla.) 11, Minnesota 3 Florida 12, West Virginia 8 Florida 4, Minnesota 1 Miami (Fla.) 10, Florida 6 ATLANTIC II REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (1) Ohio St. 6, (6) Brigham Young 1 (4) Jacksonville 7, (3) Kansas 2 (2) Florida St. 8, (5) Central Mich. 6 Brigham Young 8, Central Mich. 6 Kansas 20, Ohio St. 6 Florida St. 5, Jacksonville 1 Jacksonville 6, Ohio St. 5 Brigham Young 8, Kansas 3 Florida St. 5, Jacksonville 1 Florida St. 7, Brigham Young 1 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Austin, TX (1) Oklahoma 10, (6) Arkansas St. 3 (3) Texas 8, (4) Stanford 4 (2) Nevada 11, (5) UTSA 8 Arkansas St. 10, UTSA 5 Oklahoma 10, Stanford 4 Texas 16, Nevada 6 Oklahoma 15, Texas 4 Arkansas St. 4, Nevada 2 Texas 9, Arkansas St. 4 Oklahoma 6, Texas 3 EAST REGIONAL at Clemson, SC (3) Old Dominion 9, (4) Notre Dame 5 (2) Auburn 7, (5) Virginia Tech 0 (1) Clemson 5, (6) Citadel 1 Citadel 4, Virginia Tech 3 Notre Dame 8, Clemson 1 Auburn 11, Old Dominion 8 (10 inn.) Clemson 6, Old Dominion 1 Notre Dame 5, Citadel 1 Auburn 11, Clemson 5 Auburn 8, Notre Dame 0 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Knoxville, TN (3) Arizona St. 8, (4) Western Caro. 6 (5) Wright St. 14, (2) North Carolina St. 12 (1) Tennessee 9, (6) Northeastern 6 North Carolina St. 5, Northeastern 2 Tennessee 6, Western Caro. 4 Arizona St. 7, Wright St. 4 Arizona St. 10, Tennessee 5 North Carolina St. 10, Wright St. 6 Tennessee 15, North Carolina St. 4 Arizona St. 5, Tennessee 4 (10 inn.) MIDWEST I REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK (3) TCU 11, (4) Memphis 3 (2) Cal St. Fullerton 11, (5) Northwestern St. 3 (1) Oklahoma St. 8, (6) Illinois St. 2 Northwestern St. 8, Illinois St. 2 Memphis 12, Oklahoma St. 4 Cal St. Fullerton 4, TCU 1 Oklahoma St. 10, TCU 8 Memphis 14, Northwestern St. 9 Oklahoma St. 13, Cal St. Fullerton 11 Cal St. Fullerton 12, Memphis 5 Cal St. Fullerton 6, Oklahoma St. 5 (10 inn.) MIDWEST II REGIONAL at Wichita, KS (1) Georgia Tech 7, (6) Connecticut 0 (5) Washington 10, (2) Long Beach St. 4 (4) Santa Clara 2, (3) Wichita St. 1 Long Beach St. 16, Connecticut 9 Georgia Tech 13, Wichita St. 1 Washington 11, Santa Clara 7 Georgia Tech 6, Washington 2 Long Beach St. 6, Santa Clara 3 Washington 6, Long Beach St. 2 Washington 12, Georgia Tech 9 (14 inn.) Georgia Tech 18, Washington 7 SOUTH REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (3) Tulane 7, (4) Fresno St. 5 (2) Southern California 19, (5) UNC Greensboro 3 (1) LSU 10, (6) Southeastern La. 6 UNC Greensboro 22, Southeastern La. 12 LSU 6, Fresno St. 2 Southern California 5, Tulane 0 LSU 6, Southern California 2 UNC Greensboro 4, Tulane 1 Southern California 25, UNC Greensboro 9 LSU 12, Southern California

211 1995 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC I REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (4) Central Fla. 6, (3) South Ala. 5 (5) Old Dominion 5, (2) Mississippi 3 (1) Florida St. 18, (6)Troy 3 Mississippi 8, Troy 5 Florida St. 7, South Ala. 2 Old Dominion 7, Central Fla. 6 Florida St. 7, Old Dominion 2 Mississippi 10, Central Fla. 4 Mississippi 5, Old Dominion 4 Florida St. 13, Mississippi 1 ATLANTIC II REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL (3) North Carolina 6, (4) South Fla. 3 (5) Florida Int'l 9, (2) Texas A&M 5 (1) Miami (Fla.) 3, (6) Massachusetts 1 Texas A&M 14, Massachusetts 11 Miami (Fla.) 11, South Fla. 10 North Carolina 6, Florida Int'l 5 Miami (Fla.) 8, North Carolina 4 Texas A&M 4, Florida Int'l 2 Texas A&M 7, North Carolina 0 Texas A&M 4, Miami (Fla.) 0 Miami (Fla.) 5, Texas A&M 2 EAST REGIONAL at Clemson, SC (4) Richmond 8, (3) Jacksonville 2 (5) Winthrop 4, (2) Alabama 0 (1) Clemson 8, (6) Navy 4 Alabama 6, Navy 0 Clemson 11, Jacksonville 5 Winthrop 9, Richmond 8 Alabama 11, Richmond 4 Clemson 9, Winthrop 5 Alabama 14, Winthrop 0 Clemson 7, Alabama 4 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Knoxville, TN (3) California 4, (4) Georgia Tech 3 (2) Oklahoma St. 6, (5) Pittsburgh 3 (1) Tennessee 5, (6) Citadel 2 Pittsburgh 12, Citadel 10 Tennessee 6, Georgia Tech 4 Oklahoma St. 15, California 4 Tennessee 14, Oklahoma St. 10 Pittsburgh 9, California 4 Oklahoma St. 15, Pittsburgh 13 Tennessee 3, Oklahoma St. 1 (11 inn.) MIDWEST I REGIONAL at Wichita St. (1) Texas Tech 24, (6) Providence 5 (5) Lamar 13, (2) Wichita St. 11 (3) Stanford 10, (4) Arkansas 3 Wichita St. 6, Providence 2 Texas Tech 14, Arkansas 10 Stanford 8, Lamar 1 Texas Tech 3, Stanford 1 Lamar 4, Wichita St. 1 Stanford 16, Lamar 9 Stanford 3, Texas Tech 2 Stanford 6, Texas Tech 5 MIDWEST II REGIONAL at Oklahoma City, OK (1) Auburn 2, (6) Penn 1 (3) Texas 10, (4) Ohio St. 5 (2) Oklahoma 9, (5) Indiana St. 6 Indiana St. 6, Penn 5 Auburn 8, Ohio St. 6 Oklahoma 13, Texas 9 Oklahoma 9, Auburn 8 Texas 3, Indiana St. 2 Auburn 4, Texas 2 Oklahoma 3, Auburn 1 SOUTH REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (1) Cal St. Fullerton 7, (6) La.-Monroe 6 (3) Rice 8, (4) James Madison 7 (2) LSU 5, (5) Central Mich. 3 Central Mich. 14, La.-Monroe 11 Cal St. Fullerton 9, James Madison 1 Rice 15, LSU 7 Cal St. Fullerton 17, Rice 7 LSU 10, Central Mich. 5 Rice 16, LSU 9 Cal St. Fullerton 8, Rice 7 WEST REGIONAL at Fresno, CA (1) Southern California 10, (6) Middle Tenn. St. 4 (2) Long Beach St. 14, (5) Missouri St. 11 (4) Pepperdine 9, (3) Fresno St. 5 Middle Tenn. St. 5, Missouri St. 3 Southern California 22, Fresno St. 17 Long Beach St. 14, Pepperdine 3 Southern California 6, Long Beach St. 5 Pepperdine 18, Middle Tenn. St. 17 (12 inn.) Long Beach St. 9, Pepperdine 5 Long Beach St. 4, Southern California 3 Southern California 9, Long Beach St

212 1996 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Clemson, SC (3) Ga. Southern 6, (4) Old Dominion 0 (5) West Virginia 8, (2) Tennessee 4 (1) Clemson 9, (6) Charleston So. 1 Tennessee 8, Charleston So. 4 Clemson 5, Old Dominion 1 West Virginia 9, Ga. Southern 4 Clemson 6, West Virginia 3 Tennessee 6, Ga. Southern 1 Tennessee 10, West Virginia 4 Clemson 12, Tennessee 5 CENTRAL I REGIONAL at Austin, TX (6) Sam Houston St. 5, (1) Miami (Fla.) 4 (5) Missouri St. 5, (2) Long Beach St. 3 (4) UCLA 5, (3) Texas 2 Miami (Fla.) 5, Long Beach St. 2 Texas 4, Sam Houston St. 2 Missouri St. 13, UCLA 2 UCLA 10, Sam Houston St. 8 Miami (Fla.) 9, Texas 7 UCLA 9, Missouri St. 4 (10 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 8, Missouri St. 2 Miami (Fla.) 8, UCLA 4 CENTRAL II REGIONAL at Lubbock, TX (1) Southern California 20, (6) Akron 10 (3) Oklahoma St. 6, (4) Arkansas 5 (5) Fresno St. 12, (2) Texas Tech 2 Texas Tech 7, Akron 2 Southern California 15, Arkansas 5 Oklahoma St. 12, Fresno St. 5 Oklahoma St. 9, Southern California 3 Texas Tech 13, Fresno St. 2 Southern California 13, Texas Tech 10 (11 inn.) Oklahoma St. 10, Southern California 2 EAST REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL (4) South Fla. 12, (3) North Carolina St. 3 (5) Massachusetts 8, (2) Central Fla. 7 (1) Florida 7, (6) Bucknell 0 Central Fla. 13, Bucknell 1 Florida 12, North Carolina St. 9 South Fla. 14, Massachusetts 8 Florida 6, South Fla. 4 (13 inn.) Massachusetts 7, Central Fla. 5 Massachusetts 13, South Fla. 12 Florida 12, Massachusetts 2 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Wichita, KS (3) Rice 17, (4) Missouri 4 (2) Cal St. Fullerton 19, (5) Delaware 8 (1) Wichita St. 4, (6) Indiana 0 Indiana 10, Delaware 8 Wichita St. 9, Missouri 2 Cal St. Fullerton 7, Rice 3 Wichita St. 6, Cal St. Fullerton 1 Rice 11, Indiana 8 Rice 13, Cal St. Fullerton 10 Wichita St. 16, Rice 6 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Tuscaloosa, AL (4) Stetson 9, (3) South Ala. 8 (5) Notre Dame 12, (2) Virginia 1 (1) Alabama 19, (6) Princeton 2 Virginia 12, Princeton 2 Alabama 9, South Ala. 3 Stetson 7, Notre Dame 6 Alabama 3, Stetson 1 Virginia 7, Notre Dame 1 Virginia 5, Stetson 4 (10 inn.) Alabama 18, Virginia 8 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (4) Tulane 10, (3) UNLV 7 (5) New Orleans 13, (2) Georgia Tech 3 (1) LSU 9, (6) Austin Peay 3 Georgia Tech 14, Austin Peay 3 LSU 7, UNLV 6 New Orleans 13, Tulane 5 LSU 17, New Orleans 4 Georgia Tech 7, Tulane 4 Georgia Tech 12, New Orleans 7 LSU 29, Georgia Tech 13 WEST REGIONAL at Stanford, CA (1) Florida St. 16, (6) Northeastern Ill. 0 (3) Mississippi St. 6, (4) UC Santa Barb. 2 (2) Stanford 10, (5) Cal St. Northridge 5 Cal St. Northridge 18, Northeastern Ill. 1 Florida St. 10, UC Santa Barb. 1 Stanford 8, Mississippi St. 6 Florida St. 5, Stanford 4 Cal St. Northridge 20, Mississippi St. 19 Cal St. Northridge 4, Stanford 3 Florida St. 9, Cal St. Northridge 2 210

213 1997 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL (3) Arizona St. 10, (4) Florida Int l 2 (2) Florida 4, (5) St. John s (N.Y.) 3 (1) Miami (Fla.) 11, (6) Richmond 4 Richmond 10, St. John s (N.Y.) 4 Miami (Fla.) 5, Florida Int l 2 Arizona St. 3, Florida 2 Arizona St. 10, Miami (Fla.) 3 Florida 16, Richmond 2 Miami (Fla.) 6, Florida 5 (11 inn.) Miami (Fla.) 7, Arizona St. 6 Miami (Fla.) 6, Arizona St. 5 CENTRAL REGIONAL at Lubbock, TX (3) Clemson 13, (4) Nevada 9 (2) Rice 5, (5) Missouri St. 2 (6) Texas St. 7, (1) Texas Tech 6 (11 inn.) Missouri St. 4, Texas Tech 2 Nevada 7, Texas St. 1 Rice 10, Clemson 6 Texas St. 12, Clemson 7 Missouri St. 10, Nevada 9 Rice 13, Texas St. 9 Rice 25, Missouri St. 6 EAST REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL (4) South Fla. 5, (3) Central Fla. 4 (2) Auburn 11, (5) Western Caro. 3 (1) Florida St. 4, (6) Marist 2 Western Caro. 8, Marist 3 Florida St. 16, Central Fla. 2 Auburn 9, South Fla. 0 Auburn 8, Florida St. 7 South Fla. 9, Western Caro. 4 Florida St. 6, South Fla. 5 Florida St. 9, Auburn 7 Auburn 5, Florida St. 2 MIDEAST REGIONAL at Starkville, MS (1) Georgia Tech 5, (6) Tennessee Tech 0 (4) Washington 5, (3) La.-Lafayette 4 (2) Mississippi St. 8, (5) Ohio St. 5 Tennessee Tech 5, Ohio St. 3 Georgia Tech 8, La.-Lafayette 0 Washington 5, Mississippi St. 4 Washington 8, Georgia Tech 4 Mississippi St. 25, Tennessee Tech 5 Mississippi St. 10, Georgia Tech 2 Mississippi St. 7, Washington 5 Mississippi St. 4, Washington 3 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Stillwater, OK (6) Harvard 7, (1) UCLA 2 (2) Tennessee 5, (5) Ohio 2 (3) Oklahoma St. 8, (4) Stetson 1 UCLA 15, Ohio 1 Harvard 8, Stetson 6 Oklahoma St. 6, Tennessee 1 Oklahoma St. 10, Harvard 7 UCLA 5, Tennessee 3 UCLA 14, Harvard 9 UCLA 14, Oklahoma St. 2 UCLA 22, Oklahoma St. 2 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA (4) Long Beach St. 1, (3) Oklahoma 0 (2) South Ala. 12, (5) Houston 6 (1) LSU 14, (6) UNC Greensboro 0 UNC Greensboro 9, Houston 5 LSU 14, Oklahoma 3 South Ala. 12, Long Beach St. 4 South Ala. 11, LSU 5 Long Beach St. 14, UNC Greensboro 4 LSU 14, Long Beach St. 7 (11 inn.) LSU 14, South Ala. 4 LSU 15, South Ala. 4 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Tuscaloosa, AL (3) North Carolina St. 10, (4) Wichita St. 9 (10 inn.) (5) Virginia Tech 3, (2) Southern California 2 (1) Alabama 8, (6) Troy 5 Southern California 5, Troy 2 Alabama 6, Wichita St. 2 North Carolina St. 12, Virginia Tech 6 Alabama 6, North Carolina St. 3 Southern California 6, Virginia Tech 2 Southern California 13, North Carolina St. 4 Alabama 9, Southern California 8 (10 inn.) WEST REGIONAL at Stanford, CA (4) Fresno St. 2, (3) Texas A&M 1 (5) Santa Clara 5, (2) Cal St. Fullerton 0 (1) Stanford 12, (6) Northeastern 3 Cal St. Fullerton 8, Northeastern 4 Stanford 3, Texas A&M 1 Santa Clara 8, Fresno St. 1 Stanford 9, Santa Clara 2 Fresno St. 8, Cal St. Fullerton 7 Fresno St. 10, Santa Clara 7 Stanford 5, Fresno St

214 1998 REGIONAL RESULTS ATLANTIC I REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL 5-21 (4) Texas Tech 6, (3) North Carolina (2) South Carolina 21, (5) Florida Int l (1) Miami (Fla.) 21, (6) Bowling Green Florida Int l 13, Bowling Green North Carolina 6, Miami (Fla.) South Carolina 9, Texas Tech Miami (Fla.) 13, Texas Tech North Carolina 8, Florida Int l Miami (Fla.) 14, South Carolina North Carolina 4, South Carolina Miami (Fla.) 7, North Carolina 4 ATLANTIC II REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL 5-21 (4) Oklahoma 6, (3) Delaware (5) Rutgers 17, (2) Auburn (1) Florida St. 10, (6) Liberty Auburn 3, Liberty Florida St. 27, Delaware Oklahoma 9, Rutgers Florida St. 23, Oklahoma Auburn 7, Rutgers Auburn 9, Oklahoma Florida St. 16, Auburn 10 CENTRAL REGIONAL at College Station, TX 5-21 (1) Rice 11, (6) Oral Roberts (4) Mississippi St. 7, (3) Washington (2) Texas A&M 17, (5) Charlotte Oral Roberts 20, Charlotte Washington 20, Rice Texas A&M 4, Mississippi St Mississippi St. 15, Rice Washington 13, Oral Roberts Mississippi St. 10, Texas A&M Texas A&M 6, Washington Mississippi St. 11, Texas A&M 5 EAST REGIONAL at Clemson, SC 5-21 (1) Southern California 10, (6) Fordham (4) South Ala. 2, (3) VCU (2) Clemson 12, (5) Citadel Citadel 5, Fordham VCU 14, Southern California South Ala. 2, Clemson 1 (16) 5-23 Southern California 8, Clemson VCU 3, Citadel Southern California 3, South Ala South Ala. 6, VCU Southern California 4, South Ala. 3 MIDWEST REGIONAL at Wichita, KS 5-21 (3) Arizona St. 8, (4) Arkansas (5) Oklahoma St. 13, (2) Georgia Tech (1) Wichita St. 7, (6) Southeast Mo. St Georgia Tech 14, Southeast Mo. St Arkansas 3, Wichita St. 2 (11) 5-22 Oklahoma St. 13, Arizona St Arizona St.. 6 Wichita St Georgia Tech 2, Arkansas Arizona St.. 13, Oklahoma St Georgia Tech 6, Oklahoma St Arizona St.. 3, Georgia Tech 1 SOUTH I REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL 5-21 (4) Richmond 12, (3) Baylor (2) Wake Forest 14, (5) Illinois (1) Florida 12, (6) Monmouth Illinois 12, Monmouth Baylor 10, Florida Wake Forest 6, Richmond Florida 15, Richmond Illinois 8, Baylor 7 (13) 5-23 Florida 12, Wake Forest Illinois 13, Wake Forest Florida 7, Illinois 6 SOUTH II REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA 5-21 (3) Tulane 11, (4) La.-Lafayette (2) Cal St. Fullerton 16, (5) Harvard (1) LSU 18, (6) Nicholls St Harvard 6, Nicholls St. 5 (10) 5-22 LSU 15, La.-Lafayette Cal St. Fullerton 10, Tulane LSU 13, Cal St. Fullerton Harvard 14, Tulane Cal St. Fullerton 11, Harvard LSU 14, Cal St. Fullerton 3 WEST REGIONAL at Stanford, CA 5-21 (4) North Carolina St. 12, (3) Long Beach St (2) Alabama 8, (5) Minnesota (6) Loyola Marymount 6, (1) Stanford Stanford 19, Minnesota Long Beach St.. 19, Loyola Marymount North Carolina St. 13, Alabama Alabama 13, Loyola Marymount Long Beach St. 5, Stanford Alabama 9, North Carolina St Long Beach St. 10, North Carolina St Long Beach St.. 5, Alabama 3 212

215 1999 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Coral Gables, FL 5-28 (3) Florida Int l 4, (2) Fla. Atlantic (1) Miami (Fla.) 15, (4) Bethune-Cookman Fla. Atlantic 12, Bethune-Cookman Miami (Fla.) 6, Florida Int l Fla. Atlantic 1, Florida Int l Miami (Fla.) 3, Fla. Atlantic 2 at Winston-Salem, NC 5-28 (2) Richmond 5, (3) Virginia Tech (1) Wake Forest 22, (4) Siena Virginia Tech 11, Siena Wake Forest 12, Richmond Richmond 11, Virginia Tech Richmond 9, Wake Forest Wake Forest 13, Richmond 3 SUPER REGIONALS at Coral Gables, FL Miami (Fla.) 10, Wake Forest 2 Miami (Fla.) 8, Wake Forest 1 at Houston, TX 5-28 (2) La.-Lafayette 13, (3) Texas (1) Houston 6, (4) Texas St Texas 7, Texas St La.-Lafayette 5, Houston Houston 8, Texas La.-Lafayette 19, Houston 8 at Lubbock, TX 5-28 (4) Wis.-Milwaukee 8, (1) Rice (2) Texas Tech 5, (3) Rutgers Rice 6, Rutgers Texas Tech 8, Wis.-Milwaukee Rice 27, Wis.-Milwaukee Rice 3, Texas Tech Rice 15, Texas Tech 11 SUPER REGIONALS at Houston, TX (Astrodome) 6-4 La.-Lafayette 12, Rice Rice 10, La.-Lafayette Rice 8, La.-Lafayette 3 at Tallahassee, FL 5-28 (3) Jacksonville 7, (2) Providence (1) Florida St. 24, (4) Citadel Providence 12, Citadel Florida St. 9, Jacksonville Providence 9, Jacksonville Florida St. 14, Providence 3 at Auburn, AL 5-28 (4) Winthrop 8, (1) Tulane 7 (11 inn.) 5-28 (2) Auburn 9, (3) North Carolina St Tulane 11, North Carolina St Auburn 8, Winthrop Tulane 15, Winthrop Tulane 7, Auburn Auburn 13, Tulane 9 SUPER REGIONALS at Tallahassee, FL 6-4 Florida St. 10, Auburn Florida St. 6, Auburn 3 at Tuscaloosa, AL 5-28 (3) Southern Miss. 20, (2) South Ala (1) Alabama 16, (4) Navy South Ala. 10, Navy Alabama 10, Southern Miss Southern Miss. 10, South Ala Alabama 7, Southern Miss. 6 at Baton Rouge, LA 5-28 (2) LSU 11, (3) La.-Monroe (1) East Caro. 13, (4) Southern U Southern U. 8, La.-Monroe 7 (10 inn.) 5-29 East Caro. 11, LSU LSU 6, Southern U LSU 12, East Caro LSU 9, East Caro. 0 SUPER REGIONALS at Tuscaloosa, AL 6-4 Alabama 13, LSU Alabama 13, LSU 5 at Wichita, KS 5-28 (3) UCLA 12, (2) Oklahoma St (1) Wichita St. 13, (4) Oral Roberts Oklahoma St. 12, Oral Roberts Wichita St. 4, UCLA Oklahoma St. 17, UCLA Oklahoma St. 11, Wichita St Oklahoma St. 7, Wichita St. 6 at Waco, TX 5-28 (2) Minnesota 4, (3) Arizona (1) Baylor 7, (4) Eastern Ill Eastern Ill. 13, Arizona Baylor 6, Minnesota Minnesota 15, Eastern Ill Baylor 22, Minnesota 6 SUPER REGIONALS at Waco, TX 6-4 Oklahoma St. 18, Baylor Baylor 17, Oklahoma St Oklahoma St. 6, Baylor 2 at Palo Alto, CA 5-28 (3) North Carolina 8, (2) Nevada 5 (12 inn.) 5-28 (1) Stanford 10, (4) Loyola Marymount Nevada 4, Loyola Marymount Stanford 7, North Carolina Nevada 5, North Carolina Stanford 7, Nevada 4 213

216 1999 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) at Los Angeles, CA 5-28 (2) Southern California 10, (3) VCU (1) Pepperdine 4, (4) Harvard VCU 3, Harvard Southern California 5, Pepperdine Pepperdine 12, VCU Pepperdine 4, Southern California Southern California 12, Pepperdine 7 SUPER REGIONALS at Palo Alto, CA 6-4 Stanford 1, Southern California Stanford 5, Southern California 3 at Fayetteville, AR 5-28 (3) Missouri St. 23, (2) Clemson (1) Arkansas 10, (4) Delaware Clemson 17, Delaware Missouri St. 9, Arkansas 8 (10 inn.) 5-29 Clemson 12, Arkansas Clemson 8, Missouri St Clemson 7, Missouri St. 5 at College Station, TX 5-28 (2) Long Beach St. 4, (3) Mississippi 3 (10 inn.) 5-28 (1) Texas A&M 6, (4) Monmouth Mississippi 12, Monmouth Long Beach St. 7, Texas A&M Texas A&M 13, Mississippi Texas A&M 9, Long Beach St Texas A&M 17, Long Beach St. 7 SUPER REGIONALS at College Station, TX 6-4 Texas A&M 20, Clemson Clemson 10, Texas A&M Texas A&M 5, Clemson 4 at Columbus, OH 5-28 (3) Mississippi St. 18, (2) Nebraska (1) Ohio St. 4, (4) Bowling Green Nebraska 10, Bowling Green Ohio St. 6, Mississippi St Mississippi St. 13, Nebraska Ohio St. 10, Mississippi St. 7 at South Bend, IN 5-28 (1) Cal St. Fullerton 6, (4) Michigan (2) Notre Dame 8, (3) Creighton Michigan 13, Creighton Cal St. Fullerton 6, Notre Dame Michigan 11, Notre Dame Cal St. Fullerton 9, Michigan 4 SUPER REGIONALS at Columbus, OH 6-4 Ohio St. 10, Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 11, Ohio St Cal St. Fullerton 13, Ohio St. 2 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Miami (Fla.) 2. Florida St. 3. Cal St. Fullerton 4. Baylor 5. Alabama 6. Stanford 7. Texas A&M 8. Rice 2000 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Columbia, SC 5-26 (2) Wake Forest 8, (3) Seton Hall (1) South Carolina 6, (4) Liberty Liberty 10, Seton Hall South Carolina 6, Wake Forest Wake Forest 4, Liberty South Carolina 8, Wake Forest 4 at Lafayette, LA 5-26 (1) East Caro. 12, (4) Marist (2) La.-Lafayette 11, (3) McNeese St Marist 6, McNeese St La.-Lafayette 5, East Caro East Caro. 8, Marist 7 (11 inn.) 5-28 La.-Lafayette 8, East Caro. 5 SUPER REGIONALS at Columbia, SC 6-2 South Carolina 6, La.-Lafayette La.-Lafayette 7, South Carolina La.-Lafayette 3, South Carolina 2 at Minneapolis, MN 5-26 (1) Nebraska 2, (4) Butler (2) Minnesota 10, (3) Wichita St Wichita St. 15, Butler Nebraska 4, Minnesota Wichita St. 5, Minnesota Nebraska 8, Wichita St. 1 at Palo Alto, CA 5-26 (2) Alabama 8, (3) Nevada (1) Stanford 5, (4) Fresno St Nevada 13, Fresno St Stanford 8, Alabama Alabama 6, Nevada Alabama 14, Stanford Stanford 16, Alabama 6 SUPER REGIONALS at Palo Alto, CA 6-2 Nebraska 7, Stanford Stanford 7, Nebraska Stanford 5, Nebraska 3 at Houston, TX 5-26 (2) Rice 5, (3) Texas Tech (1) Houston 7, (4) Princeton Texas Tech 10, Princeton Houston 5, Rice Rice 11, Texas Tech Rice 5, Houston Houston 9, Rice 5 214

217 2000 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) at Waco, TX 5-26 (3) San Jose St. 4, (2) Florida (4) Texas St. 6, (1) Baylor Florida 10, Baylor San Jose St. 5, Texas St Florida 14, Texas St Florida 8, San Jose St San Jose St. 2, Florida 1 SUPER REGIONALS at Houston, TX 6-2 San Jose St. 5, Houston Houston 5, San Jose St. 2 (14 inn.) 6-4 San Jose St. 3, Houston 2 at Starkville, MS 5-26 (3) Notre Dame 8, (2) Tulane (1) Mississippi St. 9, (4) South Ala Tulane 4, South Ala Mississippi St. 8, Notre Dame Notre Dame 10, Tulane Notre Dame 7, Mississippi St Mississippi St. 10, Notre Dame 9 at Clemson, SC 5-26 (3) Illinois 3, (2) Old Dominion (1) Clemson 4, (4) Middle Tenn Middle Tenn. 6, Old Dominion Clemson 9, Illinois Middle Tenn. 4, Illinois Clemson 21, Middle Tenn. 3 SUPER REGIONALS at Clemson, SC 6-2 Clemson 11, Mississippi St Clemson 9, Mississippi St. 4 at Baton Rouge, LA 5-26 (1) LSU 19, (4) Jackson St (3) La.-Monroe 8, (2) New Orleans New Orleans 24, Jackson St LSU 21, La.-Monroe La.-Monroe 10, New Orleans LSU 5, La.-Monroe 3 at Oklahoma City, OK 5-26 (1) UCLA 13, (4) Delaware (2) Oklahoma 6, (3) Oral Roberts 5 (11 inn.) 5-27 Oral Roberts 4, Delaware UCLA 10, Oklahoma Oklahoma 9, Oral Roberts UCLA 11, Oklahoma 3 SUPER REGIONALS at Baton Rouge, LA 6-2 LSU 8, UCLA LSU 14, UCLA 8 at Montclair, NJ 5-26 (1) Rutgers 4, (4) Army (2) North Carolina 14, (3) Penn St Penn St. 3, Army North Carolina 9, Rutgers Penn St. 6, Rutgers Penn St. 6, North Carolina Penn St. 10, North Carolina 3 at Tempe, AZ 5-26 (2) Texas 5, (3) Creighton (1) Arizona St. 15, (4) Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) 6, Creighton Arizona St. 3, Texas Texas 11, Miami (Ohio) Texas 6, Arizona St Texas 9, Arizona St. 7 SUPER REGIONALS at Austin, TX 6-2 Texas 7, Penn St Texas 10, Penn St. 0 at Coral Gables, FL 5-26 (2) Fla. Atlantic 14, (3) Florida Int l (1) Miami (Fla.) 19, (4) Wagner Florida Int l 10, Wagner Miami (Fla.) 11, Fla. Atlantic Florida Int l 7, Fla. Atlantic Miami (Fla.) 14, Florida Int l 4 at Tallahassee, FL 5-26 (2) UCF 4, (3) Evansville (1) Florida St. 6, (4) Bethune-Cookman Evansville 6, Bethune-Cookman UCF 9, Florida St Florida St. 11, Evansville Florida St. 6, UCF Florida St. 8, UCF 1 SUPER REGIONALS at Tallahassee, FL 6-2 Florida St. 9, Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) 7, Florida St Florida St. 6, Miami (Fla.) 1 at Fullerton, CA 5-26 (1) Southern California 8, (4) Virginia Tech (3) Loyola Marymount 6, (2) Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 8, Virginia Tech Southern California 13, Loyola Marymount Cal St. Fullerton 5, Loyola Marymount Southern California 8, Cal St. Fullerton 3 at Atlanta, GA 5-26 (3) Stetson 9, (2) Auburn (1) Georgia Tech 11, (4) Ga. Southern Auburn 11, Ga. Southern Georgia Tech 24, Stetson Stetson 13, Auburn Georgia Tech 16, Stetson 11 SUPER REGIONALS at Atlanta 6-2 Southern California 9, Georgia Tech Southern California 6, Georgia Tech 3 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. South Carolina 2. LSU 3. Georgia Tech 4. Clemson 5. Houston 6. Florida St. 7. Arizona St. 8. Stanford 215

218 2001 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Fullerton, CA 5-25 (2) Arizona St. 12, (3) Texas Tech (1) Cal St. Fullerton 17, (4) Temple Texas Tech 14, Temple Cal St. Fullerton 13, Arizona St Texas Tech 9, Arizona St Texas Tech 11, Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 9, Texas Tech 2 at Columbus, OH 5-25 (1) Mississippi St. 9, (4) Kent St. 8 (10 inn.) 5-25 (3) Delaware 5, (2) Ohio St. 4 (10 inn.) 5-26 Kent St. 9, Ohio St Mississippi St 4, Delaware, Kent St. 12, Delaware Mississippi St 14, Kent St. 4 SUPER REGIONALS at Fullerton, CA 6-1 Cal St. Fullerton 13, Mississippi St Cal St. Fullerton 9, Mississippi St. 3 at New Orleans, LA 5-25 (3) Oklahoma St. 5, (2) Mississippi 4 (10 inn.) 5-25 (1) Tulane 22, (4) Southern U Mississippi 10, Southern U Tulane 13, Oklahoma St Oklahoma St. 16, Mississippi Tulane 9, Oklahoma St. 8 at Baton Rouge, LA 5-25 (1) LSU 10, (4) Minnesota (2) VCU 9, (3) California California 9, Minnesota LSU 13, VCU VCU 11, California VCU 10, LSU LSU 14, VCU 9 SUPER REGIONALS at Metairie, LA 6-1 LSU 4, Tulane 3 (13 inn.) 6-2 Tulane 9, LSU Tulane 7, LSU 1 at Houston, TX 5-25 (1) Rice 11, (4) Texas-Arlington (2) Baylor 7, (3) Houston Texas-Arlington 7, Houston Baylor 11, Rice Rice 14, Texas-Arlington Rice 7, Baylor Rice 5, Baylor 4 at Lincoln, NE 5-25 (1) Nebraska 16, (4) UNI (2) Rutgers 4, (3) Brigham Young UNI 10, Brigham Young Nebraska 5, Rutgers Rutgers 6, UNI Nebraska 14, Rutgers 10 SUPER REGIONALS at Lincoln, NE 6-1 Nebraska 7, Rice Nebraska 9, Rice 6 (10 inn.) at Columbus, SC 5-25 (1) UCF 13, (4) Princeton 12 (12 inn.) 5-25 (2) South Carolina 16, (3) Citadel Princeton 11, Citadel UCF 8, South Carolina South Carolina 11, Princeton South Carolina 9, UCF South Carolina 5, UCF 2 at Palo Alto, CA 5-25 (3) Texas 11, (2) Long Beach St (1) Stanford 4, (4) Marist Marist 7, Long Beach St Texas 4, Stanford Stanford 6, Marist Stanford 10, Texas 9 (10 inn.) 5-27 Stanford 4, Texas 3 SUPER REGIONALS at Palo Alto, CA 6-1 Stanford 11, South Carolina South Carolina 4, Stanford Stanford 3, South Carolina 2 at Miami, FL 5-25 (2) Florida 10, (3) Stetson (1) Miami (Fla.) 14, (4) Bucknell Stetson 7, Bucknell Miami (Fla.) 6, Florida Stetson 6, Florida Miami (Fla.) 16, Stetson 8 at Clemson, SC 5-25 (4) Seton Hall 7, (1) South Alabama (2) Clemson 4, (3) William & Mary South Alabama 8, William & Mary Clemson 24, Seton Hall Seton Hall 8, South Alabama Clemson 8, Seton Hall 2 SUPER REGIONALS at Miami, FL 6-1 Miami (Fla.) 10, Clemson Miami (Fla.) 14, Clemson 6 at Athens, GA 5-25 (3) Coastal Caro. 5, (2) Georgia Tech (4) Ga. Southern 4, (1) Georgia Georgia 13, Georgia Tech Coastal Caro. 12, Ga. Southern Georgia 10, Ga. Southern 9 (11 inn.) 5-27 Georgia 9, Coastal Caro Georgia 8, Coastal Caro. 7 at Tallahassee, FL 5-25 (2) Auburn 8, (3) Jacksonville 7 (10 inn.) 5-25 (1) *Florida St. 8, (4) Bethune-Cookman Jacksonville 3, Bethune-Cookman Florida St. 10, Auburn Auburn 3, Jacksonville Florida St. 9, Auburn 6 216

219 2001 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) SUPER REGIONALS at Athens, GA 6-2 Georgia 8, Florida St. 7 (10 inn.) 6-4 Florida St. 11, Georgia Georgia 8, Florida St. 3 at Knoxville, TN 5-25 (4) Tennessee Tech 9, (1) Wake Forest (2) Tennessee, 2, (3) Middle Tennessee Wake Forest 6, Middle Tennessee Tennessee 11, Tennessee Tech Wake Forest 18, Tennessee Tech Wake Forest 10, Tennessee Tennessee 6, Wake Forest 3 at Wilson, NC 5-25 (3) South Florida 7, (2) Winthrop (1) East Caro. 7, (4) UMBC Winthrop 6, UMBC East Caro. 12, South Florida, Winthrop 6, South Florida East Caro. 7, Winthrop 3 SUPER REGIONALS at Kinston, NC 6-2 Tennessee 13, East Caro Tennessee 6, East Caro. 3 at South Bend, IN 5-25 (1) Notre Dame 12, (4) Wis.-Milwaukee (3) Florida Int l 17, (2) UC Santa Barb UC Santa Barb. 13, Wis.-Milwaukee Florida Int l 7, Notre Dame 6 (10 inn.) 5-27 Notre Dame 11, UC Santa Barb. 10 (10 inn.) 5-28 Notre Dame 5, Florida Int l Florida Int l 5, Notre Dame 4 at Los Angeles, CA 5-25 (1)Southern California 12, (4) Oral Roberts (2) Pepperdine 4, (3) Fresno St Fresno St. 2, Oral Roberts Southern California 4, Pepperdine Fresno St. 8, Pepperdine Southern California 8, Fresno St. 0 SUPER REGIONALS at Los Angeles, CA 6-1 Southern California 5, Florida Int l Southern California 6, Florida Int l 0 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Cal St. Fullerton 2. Miami (Fla.) 3. Southern California 4. Stanford 5. Tulane 6. Georgia 7. East Caro. 8. Nebraska 2002 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Tallahassee, FL 5-31 (2) UCF 6, (3) South Fla (1) Florida St. 11, (4) Stetson South Fla. 14, Stetson Florida St. 7, UCF South Fla. 7, UCF Florida St. 13, South Fla. 6 at South Bend, IN 5-31 (2) Notre Dame 8, (3) Ohio St (1) South Ala. 7, (4) Kent St Ohio St. 12, Kent St Notre Dame 25, South Ala Ohio St. 6, South Ala Notre Dame 9, Ohio St. 6 SUPER REGIONALS at Tallahassee, FL 6-7 Notre Dame 10, Florida St Florida St. 12, Notre Dame Notre Dame 3, Florida St. 1 at Los Angeles, CA 5-31 (1) Southern California 5, (4) Brigham Young 4 (12 inn.) 5-31 (2) Cal St. Northridge 7, (3) Maine Brigham Young 12, Maine Southern California 7, Cal St. Northridge Brigham Young 7, Cal St. Northridge Southern California 13, Brigham Young 10 at Stanford, CA 5-31 (2) Long Beach St. 6, (3) San Jose St (1) Stanford 3, (4) Cal. St. Fullerton 2 (13 inn.) 6-1 Cal. St. Fullerton 9, San Jose St Stanford 5, Long Beach St Long Beach St. 4, Cal St. Fullerton Stanford 8, Long Beach St. 4 SUPER REGIONALS at Stanford, CA 6-7 Stanford 4, Southern California Stanford 5, Southern California 3 at Austin, TX 5-31 (2) Baylor 4, (3) Lamar (1) Texas 7, (4) Central Conn. St Lamar 9, Central Conn. St Texas 10, Baylor Baylor 10, Lamar Texas 2, Baylor 0 at Tempe, AZ 5-31 (1) Houston 9, (4) New Mexico St (2) Arizona St. 6, (3) San Diego San Diego 2, New Mexico St Houston 8, Arizona St Arizona St. 11, San Diego Houston 8, Arizona St

220 2002 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) SUPER REGIONAL at Austin, TX 6-7 Houston 2, Texas Texas 17, Houston Texas 5, Houston 2 at Baton Rouge, LA 5-31 (1) LSU 5, (4) Southern U (2) La.-Lafayette 6, (3) Tulane Tulane 10, Southern U La.-Lafayette 5, LSU LSU 4, Tulane LSU 12, La.-Lafayette LSU 12, La.-Lafayette 2 at Houston, TX 5-31 (1) Rice 8, (4) Harvard (2) Texas Tech 5, (3) Washington Washington 4, Harvard Rice 6, Texas Tech Washington 3, Texas Tech Washington 7, Rice Rice 14, Washington 2 SUPER REGIONALS at Houston, TX 6-7 Rice 6, LSU Rice 3, LSU 0 at Clemson, SC 5-31 (2) East Caro. 13, (3) Elon (1) Clemson 15, (4) Ga. Southern Ga. Southern 6, Elon Clemson 4, East Caro East Caro. 7, Ga. Southern Clemson 21, East Caro. 1 at Wichita, KS 5-31 (3) Arkansas 8, (2) Oklahoma (4) Oral Roberts 6, (1) Wichita St Wichita St. 8, Oklahoma Arkansas 7, Oral Roberts Oral Roberts 15, Wichita St Arkansas 11, Oral Roberts 6 SUPER REGIONAL at Clemson, SC 6-7 Arkansas 9, Clemson Clemson 8, Arkansas Clemson 7, Arkansas 4 at Lincoln, NE 5-31 (1) Nebraska 7, (4) Wis.-Milwaukee (3) Marist 5, (2) Missouri St. 4 (11 inn.) 6-1 Missouri St. 6, Wis.-Milwaukee Nebraska 9, Marist Missouri St. 5, Marist Nebraska 14, Missouri St. 3 at Winston Salem, NC 5-31 (2) Richmond 15, (3) Navy (1) Wake Forest 12, (4) George Washington Navy 6, George Washington Richmond 3, Wake Forest Wake Forest 13, Navy Wake Forest 5, Richmond 4 (10 inn.) 6-2 Richmond 7, Wake Forest 5 SUPER REGIONAL at Lincoln, NE 6-7 Nebraska 2, Richmond Richmond 6, Nebraska Nebraska 11, Richmond 6 at Columbia, SC 5-31 (2) North Carolina 5, (3) James Madison (1) South Carolina 6, (4) VCU James Madison 5, VCU South Carolina 9, North Carolina North Carolina 9, James Madison North Carolina 8, South Carolina South Carolina 3, North Carolina 1 at Gainesville, FL 5-31 (3) Miami (Fla.) 9, (2) Florida Int l (1) Florida 13, (4) Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman 7, Florida Int l Miami (Fla.) 7, Florida Florida 21, Bethune-Cookman Florida 11, Miami (Fla.) 10 (10 inn.) 6-2 Miami (Fla.) 8, Florida 7 SUPER REGIONAL at Columbia, SC 6-7 South Carolina 10, Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) 5, South Carolina South Carolina 6, Miami (Fla.) 4 at Atlanta, GA 5-31 (2) Georgia 7, (3) Louisville (1) Georgia Tech 6 (4) Coastal Caro Coastal Caro. 9, Louisville Georgia Tech 3, Georgia Georgia 9, Coastal Caro Georgia Tech 8, Georgia 7 at Tuscaloosa, AL 5-31 (3) Fla. Atlantic 16, (2) Auburn (4) Southeast Mo. St. 7, (1) Alabama Alabama 6, Auburn Fla. Atlantic 12, Southeast Mo. St Alabama 7, Southeast Mo. St Alabama 7, Fla. Atlantic Fla. Atlantic 6, Alabama 5 SUPER REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA 6-7 Georgia Tech 14, Fla. Atlantic Georgia Tech 11, Fla. Atlantic NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Florida St. 2. Clemson 3. Alabama 4. Rice 5. Texas 6. South Carolina 7. Wake Forest 8. Stanford

221 2003 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Tallahassee, FL 5-30 (2) South Alabama 14, (3) Rutgers (1) Florida St. 6, (4) Jacksonville Rutgers 8, Jacksonville South Alabama 8, Florida St Florida St. 17, Rutgers Florida St. 13, South Alabama Florida St. 12, South Alabama 2 at Austin, TX 5-30 (3) Lamar 3, (2) Arkansas (1) Texas 7, (4) Bucknell Arkansas 10, Bucknell Texas 7, Lamar Lamar 7, Arkansas Lamar 6, Texas Texas 6, Lamar 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Tallahassee, FL 6-8 Texas 8, Florida St Texas 6, Florida St. 5 at Wilson, NC 5-30 (2) VCU 6, (3) Western Caro (1) North Carolina St. 8, (4) Le Moyne Western Caro. 9, Le Moyne North Carolina St. 4, VCU 3 (10 inn.) 5-31 Western Caro. 2, VCU North Carolina St. 6, Western Caro. 4 (14 inn.) at Coral Gables, FL 5-30 (2) Fla. Atlantic 4, (3) Florida (1) Miami (Fla.) 10, (4) Bethune-Cookman Florida 8, Bethune-Cookman Miami (Fla.) 1, Fla. Atlantic Florida 22, Fla. Atlantic Florida 15, Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) 13, Florida 10 SUPER REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL 6-7 Miami (Fla.) 10, North Carolina St Miami (Fla.) 11, North Carolina St. 5 (11 inn.) at Houston, TX 5-30 (1) Rice 3, (4) McNeese St. 2 (10 inn.) 5-30 (3) Wichita St. 4, (2) Mississippi Mississippi 7, McNeese St Rice 10, Wichita St Wichita St. 5, Mississippi Rice 5, Wichita St. 2 at College Station, TX 5-30 (2) Alabama 9, (3) Houston (1) Texas A&M 6, (4) Oral Roberts Houston 4, Oral Roberts Texas A&M 16, Alabama Houston 16, Alabama Houston 7, Texas A&M Houston 7, Texas A&M 6 SUPER REGIONAL at Houston, TX 6-7 Houston 5, Rice Rice 10, Houston Rice 5, Houston 2 at Lincoln, NE 5-30 (1) Nebraska 16, (4) Eastern Mich (3) Missouri St. 8, (2) Coastal Caro Eastern Mich. 9, Coastal Caro Missouri St. 4, Nebraska Nebraska 18, Eastern Mich Nebraska 9, Missouri St Missouri St. 7, Nebraska 0 at Auburn, AL 5-30 (3) Ohio St. 10, (2) Clemson (1) Auburn 5, (4) Princeton Clemson 7, Princeton 6 (10 inn.) 5-31 Ohio St. 6, Auburn Auburn 15, Clemson Ohio St. 9, Auburn 7 SUPER REGIONAL at Columbus, OH 6-7 Missouri St. 13, Ohio St Missouri St. 13, Ohio St. 7 at Baton Rouge, LA 5-30 (1) LSU 11, (4) Northeastern (2) Tulane 8, (3) UNC Wilmington UNC Wilmington 12, Northeastern LSU 13, Tulane UNC Wilmington 9, Tulane 8 (10 inn.) 6-1 LSU 9, UNC Wilmington 8 (11 inn.) at Hattiesburg, MS 5-30 (3) Southern U. 5, (2) Southern Miss (1) Baylor 7, (4) Murray St Southern Miss. 18, Murray St Baylor 10, Southern U Southern Miss. 18, Southern U Baylor 3, Southern Miss. 2 SUPER REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA 6-6 Baylor 4, LSU LSU 6, Baylor LSU 20, Baylor 5 at Tempe, AZ 5-30 (3) New Mexico St. 14, (2) UNLV 12 (11 inn.) 5-30 (1) Arizona St. 14, (4) Central Conn. St UNLV 22, Central Conn. St Arizona St. 15, New Mexico St UNLV 16, New Mexico St Arizona St. 16, UNLV 1 at Fullerton, CA 5-30 (3) Notre Dame 13, (2) Arizona (1) Cal St. Fullerton 3, (4) San Diego San Diego 5, Arizona Cal St. Fullerton 4, Notre Dame Notre Dame 6, San Diego Cal St. Fullerton 8, Notre Dame 1 SUPER REGIONAL at Fullerton, CA 6-6 Cal St. Fullerton 5, Arizona St Arizona St. 7, Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 7, Arizona St

222 2003 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) at Palo Alto, CA 5-30 (3) UC Riverside 10, (2) Richmond (1) Stanford 7, (4) Ill.-Chicago Richmond 5, Ill.-Chicago Stanford 13, UC Riverside Richmond 8, UC Riverside Stanford 19, Richmond 6 at Long Beach, CA 5-30 (3) Washington 5, (2) Minnesota (1) Long Beach St. 6, (4) Pepperdine Minnesota 7, Pepperdine Long Beach St. 7, Washington Washington 4, Minnesota Long Beach St. 7, Washington 2 SUPER REGIONAL at Palo Alto, CA 6-6 Stanford 5, Long Beach St Stanford 4, Long Beach St. 2 at Starkville, MS 5-30 (2) North Carolina 4, (3) Missouri 3 (11 inn.) 5-30 (1) Mississippi St. 10, (4) Middle Tenn. St Missouri 13, Middle Tenn. St North Carolina 10, Mississippi St Mississippi St. 10, Missouri North Carolina 8, Mississippi St. 6 (11 inn.) at Atlanta, GA 5-30 (2) South Carolina 4, (4) East Caro (4) Stetson 5, (1) Georgia Tech East Caro. 10, Georgia Tech South Carolina 3, Stetson Stetson 9, East Caro South Carolina 9, Stetson 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Columbia, SC 6-6 South Carolina 5, North Carolina South Carolina 14, North Carolina 4 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Florida St. 2. LSU 3. Georgia Tech 4. Auburn 5. Rice 6. Stanford 7. Cal St. Fullerton 8. Miami (Fla.) 2004 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Austin, TX 6-4 (2) Oral Roberts 6, (3) TCU (1) Texas 10, (4) Youngstown St TCU 12, Youngstown St Texas 7, Oral Roberts Oral Roberts 10, TCU Texas 7, Oral Roberts 3 at Charlottesville, VA 6-4 (2) Vanderbilt 7, (3) George Mason (4) Princeton 4, (1) Virginia Virginia 7, George Mason Vanderbilt 11, Princeton Virginia 9, Princeton Vanderbilt 7, Virginia 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Austin, TX 6-11 Texas 15, Vanderbilt Texas 10, Vanderbilt 2 at Tallahassee, FL 6-4 (3) UCF 7, (2) Oklahoma St (1) Florida St. 10, (4) Bethune-Cookman Oklahoma St. 4, Bethune- Cookman Florida St. 3, UCF UCF 12, Oklahoma St UCF 7, Florida St Florida St. 19, UCF 3 at Fayetteville, AR 6-4 (2) Wichita St. 3, (3) Missouri (1) Arkansas 4, (4) Le Moyne Missouri 11, Le Moyne Wichita St. 4, Arkansas Arkansas 10, Missouri Arkansas 11, Wichita St Arkansas 4, Wichita St. 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Fayetteville, AR 6-11 Arkansas 7, Florida St Arkansas 4, Florida St. 2 at Palo Alto, CA 6-4 (1) Stanford 10, (4) UNLV (2) Long Beach St. 4, (3) St. John s St. John s 9, UNLV Long Beach St. 7, Stanford Stanford 7, St. John s Long Beach St. 8, Stanford 4 at South Bend, IN 6-4 (4) Kent St. 2, (1) Notre Dame (3) Arizona 7, (2) UC Irvine Notre Dame 6, UC Irvine Arizona 7, Kent St Notre Dame 7, Kent St Arizona 7, Notre Dame 6 SUPER REGIONAL at Long Beach, CA 6-11 Arizona 6, Long Beach St Long Beach St. 9, Arizona Arizona 4, Long Beach St. 3 (11 inn.) 220

223 2004 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont) at Athens, GA 6-4 (1) Georgia 16, (4) Middle Tenn. St (2) Clemson 10, (3) Birmingham So Birmingham So. 5, Middle Tenn. St Georgia 6, Clemson Clemson 5, Birmingham So Clemson 10, Georgia Georgia 7, Clemson 6 at Atlanta, GA 6-4 (2) Texas Tech 10, (3) Mississippi St (1) Georgia Tech 16, (4) Jacksonville St Mississippi St. 7, Jacksonville St Georgia Tech 9, Texas Tech Texas Tech 14, Mississippi St Georgia Tech 5, Texas Tech 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA 6-11 Georgia 7, Georgia Tech Georgia 5, Georgia Tech 3 at Columbia, SC 6-4 (2) North Carolina 6, (3) Coastal Caro (1) South Carolina 12, (4) Citadel Citadel 10, Coastal Caro South Carolina 5, North Carolina North Carolina 6, Citadel South Carolina 7, North Carolina 6 at Kinston, NC 6-5 (3) UNC Wilmington 8, (2) Tennessee (1) East Caro. 8, (4) Stony Brook Tennessee 1, Stony Brook East Caro. 11, UNC Wilmington UNC Wilmington 4, Tennessee East Caro. 7, UNC Wilmington 0 SUPER REGIONAL at Columbia, SC 6-12 South Carolina 4, East Caro South Carolina 5, East Caro. 3 at Oxford, MS 6-4 (3) Tulane 3, (2) Washington (4) Western Ky. 1, (1) Mississippi Washington 7, Mississippi Tulane 7, Western Ky Washington 4, Western Ky Tulane 12, Washington 3 at Fullerton, CA 6-4 (4) Pepperdine 15, (1) Arizona St (2) Cal St. Fullerton 7, (3) Minnesota Arizona St. 6, Minnesota Pepperdine 7, Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 5, Arizona St Cal St. Fullerton 15, Pepperdine Cal St. Fullerton 16, Pepperdine 3 at Houston, TX 6-4 (4) Texas Southern 4, (1) Rice (2) Texas A&M 14, Lamar Rice 6, Lamar Texas A&M 12, Texas Southern Rice 7, Texas Southern Rice 3, Texas A&M Texas A&M 7, Rice 5 at Baton Rouge, LA 6-4 (1) LSU 9, (4) Army (2) Southern Miss. 6, (3) Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston 2, Army LSU 6, Southern Miss Col. of Charleston 7, Southern Miss LSU 11, Col. of Charleston 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Baton Rouge, LA 6-12 LSU 11, Texas A&M LSU 4, Texas A&M 0 at Oklahoma City, OK 6-4 (1) Florida 12, (4) Central Conn. St (3) UCLA 9, (2) Oklahoma Oklahoma 6, Central Conn. St Florida 4, UCLA UCLA 17, Oklahoma Florida 11, UCLA 0 at Coral Gables, FL 6-4 (2) North Carolina St. 6, (3) Fla. Atlantic (1) Miami (Fla.) 6, (4) St. Bonaventure Fla. Atlantic 14, St. Bonaventure Miami (Fla.) 19, North Carolina St Fla. Atlantic 10, North Carolina St Miami (Fla.) 19, Fla. Atlantic 6 SUPER REGIONAL at Coral Gables, FL 6-12 Miami (Fla.) 8, Florida Miami (Fla.) 3, Florida 1 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Texas 2. South Carolina 3. Miami (Fla.) 4. Georgia Tech 5. Stanford 6. Rice 7. Arizona St. 8. Arkansas SUPER REGIONAL at Fullerton, CA 6-12 Cal St. Fullerton 9, Tulane Cal St. Fullerton 10, Tulane 7 221

224 2005 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at New Orleans, LA 6-3 (1) Tulane 17, (4) Southern U (2) Alabama 7, (3) La.-Lafayette La.-Lafayette 9, Southern U Tulane 10, Alabama Alabama 4, La.-Lafayette Tulane 7, Alabama 4 at Baton Rouge, LA 6-3 (1) LSU 14, (4) Marist (2) Rice 7, (3) Northwestern St Northwestern St. 4, Marist Rice 9, LSU LSU 12, Northwestern St Rice 5, LSU 4 SUPER REGIONAL at New Orleans, LA 6-11 Rice 9, Tulane Tulane 7, Rice Tulane 9, Rice 6 at Long Beach, CA 6-3 (2) Southern California 7, (3) Pepperdine (1) Long Beach St. 11, (4) Rhode Island Pepperdine 2, Rhode Island Southern California 6, Long Beach St Pepperdine 6, Long Beach St Pepperdine 9, Southern California Southern California 5, Pepperdine 2 at Corvallis, OR 6-3 (3) St. John s (N.Y.) 5, (2) Virginia (1) Oregon St. 4, (4) Ohio St Ohio St. 2, Virginia Oregon St. 11, St. John s (N.Y.) St. John s (N.Y.) 7, Ohio St Oregon St. 19, St. John s (N.Y.) 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Corvallis, OR 6-11 Oregon St. 10, Southern California Southern California 9, Oregon St. 8 (10 inn.) 6-13 Oregon St. 10, Southern California 8 at Oxford, MS 6-3 (3) Oklahoma 5, (2) Southern Miss (1) Mississippi 5, (4) Maine Maine 12, Southern Miss Mississippi 7, Oklahoma Oklahoma 11, Maine Mississippi 20, Oklahoma 5 at Austin, TX 6-3 (2) Arkansas 9, (3) Miami (Ohio) (1) Texas 20, (4) Quinnipiac Miami (Ohio) 35, Quinnipiac Arkansas 9, Texas Texas 12, Miami (Ohio) Texas 19, Arkansas Texas 5, Arkansas 2 SUPER REGIONAL at Oxford, MS 6-11 Mississippi 6, Texas Texas 3, Mississippi Texas 6, Mississippi 4 at Clemson, SC 6-3 (2) Col. of Charleston 5, (3) Oral Roberts (1) Clemson 12, (4) N.C. A&T Oral Roberts 6, N.C. A&T Clemson 6, Col. of Charleston Oral Roberts 6, Col. of Charleston Clemson 8, Oral Roberts 3 at Waco, TX 6-3 (2) TCU 5, (3) Stanford (1) Baylor 8, (4) UTSA Stanford 6, UTSA Baylor 8, TCU Stanford 12, TCU Baylor 4, Stanford 3 (12 inn.) SUPER REGIONAL at Waco, TX 6-11 Clemson 4, Baylor Baylor 7, Clemson Baylor 6, Clemson 1 at Atlanta, GA 6-3 (2) South Carolina 6, (3) Michigan (1) Georgia Tech 5, (4) Furman 4 (10 inn.) 6-4 Michigan 6, Furman Georgia Tech 10, South Carolina South Carolina 4, Michigan South Carolina 8, Georgia Tech Georgia Tech 5, South Carolina 0 at Knoxville, TN 6-3 (2) Winthrop 2, (3) Wichita St (1) Tennessee 7, (4) Austin Peay Wichita St. 5, Austin Peay Tennessee 3, Winthrop Wichita St. 3, Winthrop Tennessee 12, Wichita St. 2 SUPER REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA 6-10 Tennessee 3, Georgia Tech Tennessee 13, Georgia Tech 3 at Tallahassee, FL 6-3 (2) Auburn 13, (3) South Alabama (1) Florida St. 3, (4) Army Army 8, South Alabama Florida St. 4, Auburn Auburn 12, Army Florida St. 10, Auburn 4 at Gainesville, FL 6-3 (2) North Carolina 5, (3) Notre Dame (1) Florida 8, (4) Stetson Notre Dame 7, Stetson Florida 5, North Carolina Notre Dame 3, North Carolina Florida 23, Notre Dame 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Gainesville, FL 6-10 Florida 8, Florida St Florida 8, Florida St

225 2005 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) at Fullerton, CA 6-3 (2) Arizona 5, (3) Missouri (1) Cal St. Fullerton 19, (4) Harvard Missouri 14, Harvard Arizona 6, Cal St. Fullerton Cal St. Fullerton 8, Missouri Cal St. Fullerton 7, Arizona Cal St. Fullerton 6, Arizona 3 at Tempe, AZ 6-3 (1) Coastal Caro. 12, (4) UNLV (2) Arizona St. 9, (3) East Caro UNLV 5, East Caro Arizona St. 11, Coastal Caro Coastal Caro. 14, UNLV Arizona St. 9, Coastal Caro. 5 SUPER REGIONAL at Fullerton, CA 6-10 Cal St. Fullerton 3, Arizona St Arizona St. 6, Cal St. Fullerton Arizona St. 9, Cal St. Fullerton 8 at Coral Gables, FL 6-3 (2) Mississippi St. 13, (3) Fla. Atlantic (1) Miami (Fla.) 6, (4) VCU Fla. Atlantic 3, VCU Miami (Fla.) 4, Mississippi St Mississippi St. 8, Fla. Atlantic Miami (Fla.) 10, Mississippi St. 4 at Lincoln, NE 6-3 (1) Nebraska 8, (4) Ill.-Chicago (3) Creighton 8, (2) North Carolina St North Carolina St. 9, Ill.-Chicago Nebraska 10, Creighton Creighton 11, North Carolina St Nebraska 10, Creighton 2 SUPER REGIONAL at Lincoln, NE 6-10 Nebraska 3, Miami (Fla.) Nebraska 6, Miami (Fla.) 3 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Tulane 2. Georgia Tech 3. Nebraska 4. Baylor 5. Mississippi 6. Cal St. Fullerton 7. Florida 8. Oregon St REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS at Clemson, SC 6-2 Elon 5, Mississippi St Clemson 3, UNC Asheville Mississippi St. 5, UNC Asheville Clemson 13, Elon Mississippi St. 12, Elon Clemson 8, Mississippi St. 6 at Fayetteville, AR 6-2 Oklahoma St. 4, Princeton Oral Roberts 4, Arkansas Arkansas 6, Princeton Oral Roberts 5, Oklahoma St Oklahoma St. 6, Arkansas Oral Roberts 9, Oklahoma St. 2. SUPER REGIONAL at Clemson, SC 6-9 Clemson 11, Oral Roberts Clemson 6, Oral Roberts 5 at Lexington, KY 6-2 Col. of Charleston 5, Notre Dame 4 (16) 6-2 Ball St. 3, Kentucky Kentucky 10, Notre Dame Col. of Charleston 11, Ball St Kentucky 12, Ball St Col. of Charleston 7, Kentucky 4 at Atlanta, GA 6-2 Vanderbilt 5, Michigan Georgia Tech 7, Stetson Michigan 11, Stetson Georgia Tech 7, Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 5, Michigan Georgia Tech 8, Vanderbilt 4 SUPER REGIONAL at Atlanta, GA 6-9 Georgia Tech 5, Col. of Charleston Georgia Tech 12, Col. of Charleston 3 at Fullerton, CA 6-2 Cal St. Fullerton 6, St. Louis Fresno St. 9, San Diego San Diego 19, St. Louis Cal St. Fullerton 9, Fresno St Fresno St. 9, San Diego Cal St. Fullerton 10, Fresno St. 3 at Malibu, CA 6-2 UCLA 3, UC Irvine Pepperdine 3, Missouri Missouri 1, UC Irvine 0 (14) 6-3 Pepperdine 6, UCLA Missouri 2, UCLA Missouri 4, Pepperdine Missouri 8, Pepperdine 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Fullerton, CA 6-9 Cal St. Fullerton 7, Missouri Cal St. Fullerton 9, Missouri

226 2006 REGIONAL AND SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS (cont.) at Chapel Hill, NC 6-2 North Carolina 15, Maine Winthrop 14, UNC Wilmington North Carolina 14, Winthrop UNC Wilmington 21, Maine Winthrop 5, UNC Wilmington North Carolina 14, Winthrop 2 at Tuscaloosa, AL 6-2 Troy 10, Southern Miss Alabama 13, Jacksonville St Southern Miss. 6, Jacksonville St Alabama 4, Troy Troy 6, Southern Miss Alabama 14, Troy 5 SUPER REGIONAL at Tuscaloosa, AL 6-9 North Carolina 11, Alabama North Carolina 8, Alabama 7 at Houston, TX 6-2 Rice 6, Prairie View Baylor 3, Arizona St Arizona St. 13, Prairie View Rice 7, Baylor Baylor 7, Arizona St Rice 7, Baylor 4 at Norman, OK 6-2 TCU 6, Oklahoma Wichita St. 2, Houston Wichita St. 18, TCU Oklahoma 8, Houston Oklahoma 15, TCU Oklahoma 12, Wichita St Oklahoma 7, Wichita St. 6 SUPER REGIONAL at Houston, TX 6-10 Rice 10, Oklahoma Oklahoma 11, Rice Rice 9, Oklahoma 5 at Charlottesville, VA 6-2 Virginia 11, Lehigh South Carolina 4, Evansville South Carolina 8, Virginia Evansville 10, Lehigh Evansville 15, Virginia Evansville 15, South Carolina South Carolina 5, Evansville 1 at Lincoln, NE 6-2 Miami (Fla.) 11, San Francisco Manhattan 4, Nebraska Miami (Fla.) 8, Manhattan San Francisco 5, Nebraska Manhattan 6, San Francisco Miami (Fla.) 10, Manhattan 4 at Oxford, MS 6-2 South Ala. 7, Tulane Mississippi 3, Bethune-Cookman Tulane 12, Bethune-Cookman Mississippi 9, South Ala Tulane 18, South Ala Mississippi 12, Tulane 4 SUPER REGIONAL at Oxford, MS 6-10 Mississippi 11, Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) 7, Mississippi Miami (Fla.) 14, Mississippi 9 at Austin, TX 6-2 Stanford 7, North Carolina St Texas 9, Texas-Arlington North Carolina St. 6, Texas-Arlington 5 (10) 6-3 Stanford 12, Texas North Carolina St. 6, Texas Stanford 17, North Carolina St. 7 at Corvallis, OR 6-2 Kansas 9, Hawaii Oregon St. 5, Wright St Hawaii 5, Wright St Oregon St. 11, Kansas Hawaii 9, Kansas Oregon St. 12, Hawaii 3 SUPER REGIONAL at Corvallis, OR 6-10 Oregon St. 4, Stanford Oregon St. 15, Stanford 0 NATIONAL TOP EIGHT SEEDS 1. Clemson 2. Rice 3. Texas 4. Alabama 5. Cal St. Fullerton 6. Nebraska 7. Georgia 8. Georgia Tech at Athens, GA 6-2 Florida St. 18, Jacksonville Georgia 11, Sacred Heart Florida St. 6, Georgia Jacksonville 4, Sacred Heart Georgia 15, Jacksonville Georgia 7, Florida St Georgia 3, Florida St. 1 SUPER REGIONAL at Athens, GA 6-10 South Carolina 15, Georgia Georgia 11, South Carolina Georgia 11, South Carolina 6 224

227 Top eight seeds advancing to MCWS (since bracket expanded to 64 teams in 1999) 1999 (includes MCWS record and finish) #1 Miami (Fla.) (4-0; 1st) #2 Florida St. (4-2; 2nd) #3 Cal St. Fullerton (1-2; t5th) #5 Alabama (2-2; t3rd) #6 Stanford (2-2; t3rd) #7 Texas A&M (0-2; t7th) #8 Rice (0-2; t7th) #4 Baylor lost in super regional 2000 (includes MCWS record and finish) #2 LSU (4-0; 1st) #4 Clemson (1-2; t5th) #6 Florida St. (2-2; t3rd) #8 Stanford (3-1; 2nd) #1 South Carolina, #3 Georgia Tech, #5 Houston all lost in super regional #7 Arizona St. lost in regional 2001 (includes MCWS record and finish) #1 Cal St. Fullerton (2-2; t3rd) #2 Miami (Fla.) (4-0; 1st) #3 Southern California (1-2; t5th) #4 Stanford (3-1; 2nd) #5 Tulane (1-2; t5th) #6 Georgia (0-2; t7th) #8 Nebraska (0-2; t7th) #7 East Carolina lost in super regional 2002 (includes MCWS record and finish) #2 Clemson (2-2; t3rd) #4 Rice (0-2; t7th) #5 Texas (4-0; 1st) #6 South Carolina (4-2; 2nd) #8 Stanford (2-2; t3rd) #1 Florida St. lost in super regional #3 Alabama and #7 Wake Forest lost in regional 225

228 Top eight seeds advancing to MCWS (continued) (since bracket expanded to 64 teams in 1999) 2003 (includes MCWS record and finish) #2 LSU (0-2; t7th) #5 Rice (5-1; 1st) #6 Stanford (5-3; 2nd) #7 Cal St. Fullerton (2-2; t3rd) #8 Miami (Fla.) (1-2; t5th) #1 Florida St. lost in super regional #3 Georgia Tech and #4 Auburn lost in regionals 2004 (includes MCWS record and finish) #1 Texas 3-2 (2nd) #2 South Carolina (3-2; t3rd) #3 Miami (Fla.) (1-2; t5th) #8 Arkansas (0-2; t7th) unseeded Cal St. Fullerton won national title #4 Georgia Tech lost in super regionals #5 Stanford, #6 Rice and #7 Arizona St. lost in regionals 2005 (includes MCWS record and finish) #1 Tulane (1-2; t5th) #3 Nebraska (1-2; t5th) #4 Baylor (2-2; t3rd) #7 Florida (3-3; 2nd) #8 Oregon St. (0-2; t7th) unseeded Texas won national title #2 Georgia Tech, #5 Mississippi, #6 Cal St. Fullerton all lost in super regionals 2006 (includes MCWS record and finish) #1 Clemson (1-2; t5th) #2 Rice (2-2; t3rd) #5 Cal St. Fullerton (2-2; t3rd) #7 Georgia (0-2; t7th) #8 Georgia Tech (0-2; t7th) unseeded Oregon St. won national title; unseeded North Carolina was runner-up #4 Alabama lost in super regionals #3 Texas, #6 Nebraska lost in regionals 226

229 YEAR-BY-YEAR SUPER REGIONAL RECORDS (through 2006) TOTAL Alabama Arizona Arizona St Arkansas Auburn Baylor Cal St. Fullerton Clemson Coll. of Charleston East Caro Florida Fla. Atlantic Florida Int l Florida St Georgia Georgia Tech Houston Long Beach St La.-Lafayette LSU Miami (Fla.) Mississippi Mississippi St Missouri Missouri St Nebraska Notre Dame North Carolina North Carolina St Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma St Oral Roberts Oregon St Penn St Rice Richmond San Jose St South Carolina Southern California Stanford Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Tulane UCLA Vanderbilt Wake Forest

230 BEST SUPER REGIONAL PCT. (minimum 4 games) Tennessee (4-0) Texas.833 (10-2) Oregon St..800 (4-1) Georgia.750 (6-2) Cal St. Fullerton.733 (11-4) Stanford.714 (10-4) Nebraska.700 (7-3) Miami (Fla.).632 (12-7) Arkansas.600 (3-2) Rice.563 (9-7) South Carolina.563 (9-7) Clemson.533 (8-7) Alabama.500 (2-2) Arizona St..500 (3-3) Florida.500 (2-2) LSU.500 (7-7) La.-Lafayette.500 (3-3) North Carolina.500 (2-2) Tulane.500 (4-4) MOST SUPER REGIONAL WINS Miami (Fla.) 12 Cal St. Fullerton 11 Stanford 10 Texas 10 Rice 9 South Carolina 9 Clemson 8 LSU 7 Nebraska 7 Florida St. 6 Georgia 6 Southern California 5 Baylor 4 Georgia Tech 4 Oregon St. 4 Tennessee 4 Tulane 4 MOST SUPER REGIONAL GAMES Miami (Fla.) 19 Florida St. 17 Rice 16 South Carolina 16 Cal St. Fullerton 15 Clemson 15 LSU 14 Stanford 14 Texas 12 Southern California 11 Nebraska 10 Georgia Tech 10 Baylor 9 Houston 9 Georgia 8 Tulane 8 MOST SUPER REGIONAL APPEARANCES Miami (Fla.) 8 Florida St. 7 Cal St. Fullerton 6 Clemson 6 LSU 6 Rice 6 South Carolina 6 Stanford 6 Georgia Tech 5 Southern California 5 Texas 5 Nebraska 4 Baylor 3 Georgia 3 Houston 3 Tulane 3 228

231 REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL TEAM APPEARANCE, WIN LEADERS ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE REGIONAL APPEARANCES (Through 2006) APP. TEAMS YEARS 34 Miami (Fla.) Florida St Clemson Oklahoma St Texas LSU Cal St. Fullerton Northern Colo Georgia Tech Wichita St Stanford Texas Rice Arizona Cal St. Fullerton Fresno St Southern California CURRENT CONSECUTIVE REGIONAL APPEARANCES (Through 2006) FIRST APP. TEAMS YEAR 34 Miami (Fla.) Florida St Clemson Cal St. Fullerton Stanford Rice 1995 ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES (Through 2006) TEAM APP. Texas 50 Florida St. 44 Southern California 36 Miami (Fla.) 35 Oklahoma St. 34 Clemson 32 Arizona St. 30 St. John s (N.Y.) 29 Oklahoma 29 Arizona 28 Cal St. Fullerton 28 Fresno St. 28 Minnesota 27 Mississippi St. 27 Stanford 27 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL WINS (Through 2006) TEAM WINS Texas 124 Florida St. 122 Miami (Fla.) 116 Southern California 97 Oklahoma St. 88 Cal St. Fullerton 86 Stanford 82 Clemson 81 LSU 77 Arizona St. 71 South Carolina 67 Mississippi St. 65 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL GAMES (Through 2006) TEAM GAMES Florida St. 184 Texas 169 Miami (Fla.) 155 Southern California 139 Oklahoma St. 127 Clemson 126 Cal St. Fullerton 123 Stanford 115 Mississippi St. 112 LSU 101 Fresno St. 100 South Carolina 100 ALL-TIME REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL WINNING PCT. (Through 2006 Minimum 25 games) TEAM W-L PCT. LSU Miami (Fla.) Texas Arizona St Stanford Georgia Cal St. Fullerton Southern California Rice Oklahoma St Tennessee South Carolina California Florida St Alabama Western Mich

232 YEAR-BY-YEAR REGIONAL HOME-FIELD SUCCESS ( ) HOME REGIONALS WON YEAR FIELDS BY HOME TEAM HOME REGIONALS WON YEAR FIELDS BY HOME TEAM HOME TEAM REGIONAL SUCCESS SUMMARY WON REG. WITH HOME TEAM REGIONAL HOME TEAM SUCCESS Last 32 Years ( ) % Last 10 years ( ) % Last 6 years ( ) % *Last 19 years ( ): When Home team is seeded #1 won 117 of 168 regionals (69.6%) When Home team is seeded #2 won 15 of 37 regionals (40.5%) When Home team is seeded #3 won 1 of 7 regionals (14.3%) Total: 133 of 212 (62.7%) *Since committee began seeding entire regional field. *Does not include neutral sites. YEAR-BY-YEAR SUPER REGIONAL HOME-FIELD SUCCESS ( ) YEAR HOME FIELDS SUPER REGIONALS WON BY HOME TEAM *

233 YEAR-BY-YEAR REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL COMPARISON ( ) TOTAL PAID ATTENDANCE FOR ALL REGIONALS/SUPER REGIONALS TOTAL NET RECEIPTS FOR ALL REGIONALS/SUPER REGIONALS NET PCT. NET PCT. YEAR TOTAL CHANGE CHANGE TOTAL CHANGE CHANGE , $ 58, , , % 73,985 +$15, % , , % 136, ,651 *+84.68% ,614-12, % 107,808-28, % ,107 +6, % 114,984 +7, % ,330 +2, % 108,333-6, % , , % 182, , % , , % 249, , % ,959-2, % 240,523-8, % , , % 295, , % , , % 382, , % ,332-59, % 374,405-8, % , , % 465, , % , , % 616, , % , , % 637, , % , , % 720, , % ,043-64, % 664,371-56, % , , % 841, , % ,897-29, % 780,766-61, % , , % 859, , % ,134 +1, % 854,818-5, % ,819-9, % 786,729-68, % , , % 907, , ,634-10, % 994, , % REGIONAL SUPER REGIONAL GRAND REGIONAL SUPER REGIONAL GRAND TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL * ,811 94, ,832 $1,328,691 $517,159 $1,845, ,354 87, ,130 1,375, ,830 1,981, ,460 91, ,383 1,372, ,859 2,243, , , ,856 1,539, ,608 2,236, ,520 84, ,288 1,771, ,156 2,402, ,466 94, ,822 1,764, ,395 2,512, ,347 96, ,818 1,851, ,265 2,396, ,288 91, ,276 1,809, ,850 2,395,110 *First year of expanded bracket 231

234 REGIONAL/SUPER REGIONAL SITE RANKINGS ( ) TOTAL PAID REGIONAL ATTENDANCE Total Paid Site Year Attendance 1. LSU , LSU , Mississippi St , Mississippi St , Mississippi St , LSU , LSU , LSU , Texas A&M , LSU ,608 TOTAL PAID SUPER REGIONAL ATTENDANCE Total Paid Site Year Attendance 1. Tulane ** , Mississippi , Nebraska , LSU , Mississippi , Texas A&M , Arkansas , Texas , Rice* , Nebraska ,289 *Astrodome ** Zephyr Field TOP 10 SUPER REGIONAL ATTENDANCE DATES 11,870 Tulane (7) vs. LSU (1), , Zephyr Field, Metaire, LA 11,719 LSU (4) vs. Tulane (3) (13 inn.), Zephyr Field, Metaire, LA 11,679 Tulane (9) vs. LSU (4), Zephyr Field, Metaire, LA 10,027 Arkansas (4) vs. Florida St. (2), Baum Stadium, Fayetteville, AR 9,338 Arkansas (7) vs. Florida St. (5), Baum Stadium, Fayetteville, AR 9,202 Mississippi (11) vs. Miami (Fla.) (9), Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, Oxford, MS 9,139 Miami (Fla.) (7) vs. Mississippi (0), Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, Oxford, MS 8,947 Texas (3) vs. Mississippi (1), Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, Oxford, MS 8,791 Mississippi (6) vs. Texas (4), Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, Oxford, MS 8,711 Nebraska (6) vs. Miami (Fla.) (3), Hawks Field, Lincoln, NE REGIONAL NET RECEIPTS Net Site Year Receipts 1. Nebraska 2005 $284, LSU , LSU , Mississippi St , LSU , Arkansas , LSU , LSU , Arkansas , LSU ,073 SUPER REGIONAL NET RECEIPTS Net Site Year Receipts 1. Tulane** 2001 $502, Arkansas , Nebraska , LSU , LSU , Nebraska , LSU , Texas A&M , Texas , Tulane ,160 **Zephyr Field TOP 10 REGIONAL ATTENDANCE DATES 15, Oklahoma (3) vs. Auburn (1), , All Sports Stadium, Oklahoma City 11, Florida St. (11) vs. Mississippi St. (9), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 11, Mississippi St. (9) vs. South Ala. (2), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 10, Notre Dame (7) vs. Mississippi St. (0), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 10, Mississippi St. (4) vs. Washington (3), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 10, North Carolina (7) vs. Mississippi St. (1), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 10, Mississippi St. (10) vs. Middle Tenn. St. (4), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 10, Fresno St. (7) vs. Cal St. Los Angeles (4) and Southern Cal (6) vs. Hawaii (1), , Aloha Stadium, Honolulu 9, Mississippi St. (8) vs. Notre Dame (1), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 9, Michigan (14) vs. Mississippi St. (6), , Dudy Noble Field, Starkville, MS 232

235 SITE-BY-SITE REGIONAL COMPARISON ( ) (Listed Alphabetically - 68 Sites) NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS ALABAMA (5) ,561 $88, , , , , , , ,164 57,892 ARIZONA (4) ,384 $46, ,508 52, ,841 34, ,981 20,715 ARIZONA ST. (16) ,952 $42, ,720 52, ,159 46, ,821 58, ,929 60, ,622 85, ,833 69, ,452 68, ,566 29, ,656 35, ,389 42, ,507 28, ,709 38, ,170 20, ,388 14, ,968 8,211 ARKANSAS (3) ,221 $243, , , , ,077 AUBURN (3) ,419 $122, ,873 91, ,694 8,088 BAYLOR (3) ,316 $78, ,986 90, ,551 72,159 CAL ST. FULLERTON (6) ,836 $82, ,974 79, ,165 55, ,203 43, ,164 46, ,525 64,011 CENTRAL MICH. (1) ,623 $4, NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS CLEMSON (11) ,287 $197, , , ,948 85, ,738 44, ,796 65, ,887 67, ,195 69, , , ,708 78, ,738 2, ,140 13,907 CONNECTICUT (2) ,248 $ ,275 (413) EAST CARO. (2) ,260 $140, , ,662 EASTERN MICH. (2) ,980 $2, , FLORIDA (7) ,394 $57, ,004 $45, , , ,811 61, ,780 74, ,898 73, ,149 62,867 FLORIDA ST. (25) ,281 $85, ,379 71, ,572 75, ,990 60, ,758 53, ,275 41, ,224 42, ,407 83, ,995 73, ,317 72, ,740 76, ,876 68, ,877 70, ,686 72, ,340 53, ,245 55, ,265 50, ,425 44, ,035 28, ,664 28, ,392 46, ,572 6, ,112 5, ,794 8,175

236 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS FRESNO ST. (8) ,875 $86, ,948 84, ,412 89, ,148 98, ,363 35, ,554 37, ,443 18, ,244 10,919 GEORGIA (3) ,914 $48, ,889 44, ,888 52,252 GEORGIA TECH (8) ,361 $66, ,935 92, ,301 70, ,929 73, ,469 58, ,857 34, ,831 70, ,177 22,705 HAWAII (1) ,343 $30,967 HOUSTON (2) ,850 $78, ,745 54,301 HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA (1) ,953 $20,664 KENTUCKY (1) ,786 $35,819 LA.-LAFAYETTE (1) ,085 $78,377 LONG BEACH ST. (2) ,726 $66, ,632 $43,047 LSU (17) ,720 $245, ,113 $251, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,316 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS , , ,533 95, , , ,187 65,717 MAINE (6) ,954 $44, ,087 23, ,975 27, ,218 21, ,475 15, ,723 3,152 MASSACHUSETTS (1) ,360 $(2,974) MIAMI (FLA.) (21) ,592 $23, ,726 $42, ,726 67, ,840 70, ,838 40, ,486 38, ,331 93, ,992 85, ,331 80, ,038 72, ,542 89, ,132 76, ,471 50, ,506 54, ,033 49, ,252 20, ,325 55, ,499 15, ,853 24, ,981 29, ,006 24,768 MICHIGAN (5) ,016 $21, ,512 15, ,089 18, ,813 4, ,754 6,036 MICHIGAN ST. (1) ,573 $(1,521) MINNESOTA (2) ,454 $22, ,865 6,282 MISSISSIPPI (3) ,166 $150, , , ,365 91,

237 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS MISSISSIPPI ST. (11) ,129 $216, , , , , , , , , , , ,340 99, , , ,446 79, ,484 67, ,815 24,250 NAVY (1) $(4,082) NEBRASKA (5) ,290 $230, , , , , , , , ,391 NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT (1) ,345 $17,020 NEW ORLEANS (2) ,250 $80, ,539 39,944 NORTH CAROLINA (2) ,011 $43, ,053 1,946 NORTH CAROLINA ST. (1) ,261 $38,047 NOTRE DAME (4) ,260 $34, ,895 22, ,920 35, ,452 22,949 OHIO ST. (2) ,771 $38, ,322 77,650 OKLAHOMA (3) ,333 $84, ,844 $10, ,185 16,370 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA (3) ,956 $146, , , , ,331 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS OKLAHOMA ST. (9) ,475 $112, , , , , ,297 92, ,678 64, ,197 39, ,329 33, ,084 33, ,104 23,881 ORAL ROBERTS (3) ,381 $11, ,489 8, ,307 10,722 OREGON ST. (2) ,962 $151, ,146 74,431 PEPPERDINE (1) ,006 $41,660 RICE (5) ,477 $115, , , ,245 97, ,713 84, , ,993 RUTGERS (1) ,784 $22,307 SOUTH CAROLINA (10) ,253 $145, , , , , , , ,751 33, ,290 34, ,703 19, ,061 29, ,895 18, ,237 15,992 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (6) ,702 $16, ,452 36, ,899 32, ,962 52, ,501 9, ,042 3,963 SOUTHERN MISS. (1) ,695 $106,233 STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI (1) ,665 $4,

238 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS STAMFORD, CONNECTICUT (1) $(1,694) STANFORD (13) ,513 $60, ,203 43, ,349 75, ,245 80, ,947 40, ,407 50, ,688 29, ,341 40, ,521 50, ,555 34, ,166 20, ,090 27, ,988 17,017 TENNESSEE (5) ,118 $77, ,967 51, ,315 89, , , ,719 77,671 TEXAS (22) ,306 $195, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 94, ,288 86, ,653 88, ,898 67, ,056 69, ,942 53, ,625 44, ,253 23, ,859 34,747 TEXAS-ARLINGTON (4) ,308 $8, ,043 13, ,369 18, ,073 11,041 NO. OF NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS TEXAS A&M (5) ,744 $154, , , , , , , ,883 93,661 TEXAS TECH (3) ,724 $79, ,075 95, ,341 97,316 TULANE (2) ,510 $136, ,404 $148,968 UCLA (1) ,145 $14,320 VIRGINIA (2) ,771 $34, ,180 31,831 WAKE FOREST (2) ,039 $19, ,425 32,353 WASHINGTON ST. (1) ,617 $2,730 WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT (2) ,301 $26, ,346 13,763 WICHITA ST. (9) ,711 $175, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,346 YALE (1) ,363 $1,922 NOTE: Schools listed denote hosts. Cities listed denote no host institution. TEX.-PAN AMERICAN (1) ,804 $10,

239 SITE-BY-SITE SUPER REGIONAL COMPARISON ( ) (Listed Alphabetically - 25 Sites) NO. OF PAID NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS ALABAMA (2) ,660 $60, ,912 $59,730 ARKANSAS (1) ,365 $192,746 BAYLOR (2) ,622 $58, ,792 $69,176 CAL ST. FULLERTON (5) ,725 $51, ,720 $45, ,095 $34, ,161 55, ,018 33,710 CLEMSON (3) ,234 $107, ,921 $76, ,088 68,514 EAST CARO. (1) ,314 $69,990 FLORIDA (1) ,298 $37,918 FLORIDA ST. (4) ,614 $92, ,366 78, ,875 65, ,898 35,765 GEORGIA (2) ,911 $38, ,540 $33,926 GEORGIA TECH (5) ,358 $49, ,616 $52, ,314 $75, ,344 39, ,651 37,472 HOUSTON (1) ,493 $55,797 LONG BEACH ST. (1) ,982 $58,033 LSU (3) ,205 $150, , , , ,821 NO. OF PAID NET YEAR SESSIONS ATTENDANCE RECEIPTS MIAMI (FLA.) (4) ,950 $49, ,614 27, ,407 38, ,979 45,749 MISSISSIPPI (2) ,025 $91, ,817 $92,428 NEBRASKA (3) ,289 $156, ,913 $142, ,407 70,766 OHIO ST. (2) ,435 $60, ,549 58,535 OREGON ST. (2) ,367 $72, ,815 $44,278 RICE (4) ,708 $113, ,128 $99, ,618 91,636 * ,793 63,020 SOUTH CAROLINA (4) ,170 $64, ,625 92, ,687 97, ,472 75,709 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (1) ,270 $39,197 STANFORD (5) ,730 $61, ,977 64, ,626 82, ,779 63, ,477 50,040 TEXAS (3) ,275 $121, , , ,668 94,789 TEXAS A&M (1) ,621 $135,144 TULANE (1) ,294 $116,160 ** ,341 $502,639 *Played at Astrodome ** Played at Zephyr Field 237

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243 Note: Won-lost records (listed in parenthesis after each team s name) include district/regional/super regional results and reflect that team s record entering the CWS Bracket (June 27-June 28) (Kalamazoo, MI Best of Three) 1948 Bracket (June 25-June 26) (Kalamazoo, MI Best of Three) 1949 Bracket (June 22-June 25) (Wichita, KS) 241

244 1950 Bracket (June 15-June 23) 1951 Bracket (June 13-June 17) 242

245 1952 Bracket (June 12-June 17) 1953 Bracket (June 11-June 16) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game 243

246 1954 Bracket (June 10-June 16) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 10-June 16) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 244

247 1956 Bracket (June 9-June 14) 1957 Bracket (June 8-June 12) 245

248 1958 Bracket (June 13-June 19) 1959 Bracket (June 12-June 18) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 246

249 1960 Bracket (June 13-June 20) 1961 Bracket (June 9-June 15) 247

250 1962 Bracket (June 11-June 16) ** When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 10-June 16) 248

251 1964 Bracket (June 8-June 18) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 7-June 12) 249

252 1966 Bracket (June 13-June 18) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 12-June 18) **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 250

253 1968 Bracket (June 10-June 15) *Pairing adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (June 13-June 20) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 251

254 1970 Bracket (June 12-June 18) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 11-June 17) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 252

255 1972 Bracket (June 9-June 16) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (June 8-June 13) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 253

256 1974 Bracket (June 7-June 15) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game Bracket (June 6-June 14) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. **When three teams remain after Game 13, a drawing determines which team receives a bye to the championship game. 254

257 1976 Bracket (June 11-June 19) *Pairing adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (June 10-June 18) *Pairing adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 255

258 1978 Bracket (June 2-June 8) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (June 1-June 8) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 256

259 1980 Bracket (May 30-June 6) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (May 30-June 8) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 257

260 1982 Bracket (June 4-June 12) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (June 3-June 11) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 258

261 1984 Bracket (June 1-June 10) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (May 31-June 11) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 259

262 1986 Bracket (May 30-June 9) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round Bracket (May 29-June 7) *Pairings adjusted for Games 12 and 13 to match teams which have not played previously, or have not played since first round. 260

263 1988 Bracket (June 3-June 11) 1989 Bracket (June 2-June 10) 261

264 1990 Bracket (June 1-June 9) 1991 Bracket (May 31-June 8) 262

265 1992 Bracket (May 29-June 6) 1993 Bracket (June 4-June 12) 263

266 1994 Bracket (June 3-June 11) 1995 Bracket (June 2-June 10) 264

267 1996 Bracket (May 31-June 8) 1997 Bracket (May 30-June 7) 265

268 1998 Bracket (May 29-June 6) Note: Beginning in 1999, the Division I Baseball Committee selected the eight national seeds at the beginning of the championship. Number before team names are national seed numbers only Bracket (June 11-June 19) 266

269 2000 Bracket (June 9-June 17) 2001 Bracket (June 8-June 16) 267

270 2002 Bracket (June 14-June 22) 2003 Bracket (June 13-June 23) 268

271 2004 Bracket (June 18-June 27) 269

272 2005 Bracket (June 17- June 26) 270

273 2006 Bracket (June 16- June 26) 271

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276 The NCAA salutes the more than 380,000 student-athletes participating in 23 sports at more than 1,200 member institutions.

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