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1991 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

 

1991 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

1991 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Teams 8
College World
Series Site
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
Omaha, NE
Champions LSU (1st title)
Runner-Up Wichita State (4th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Skip Bertman (1st title)
MOP Gary Hymel (LSU)
NCAA Baseball Tournaments
«1990  1992»

The 1991 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1991 NCAA Division I baseball season to determine the national champion of college baseball. The tournament concluded with eight teams competing in the College World Series, a double-elimination tournament in its forty fifth year. Eight regional competitions were held to determine the participants in the final event. Each region was composed of six teams, resulting in 48 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The forty-fifth tournament's champion was LSU, coached by Skip Bertman. The Most Outstanding Player was Gary Hymel of LSU.

Contents

  • Regionals 1
    • Atlantic Regional 1.1
    • Central Regional 1.2
    • East Regional 1.3
    • Midwest Regional 1.4
    • Northeast Regional 1.5
    • South Regional 1.6
    • West I Regional 1.7
    • West II Regional 1.8
  • College World Series 2
    • Participants 2.1
    • Results 2.2
      • Bracket 2.2.1
      • Game results 2.2.2
    • All-Tournament Team 2.3
    • Notable players 2.4
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Regionals

The opening rounds of the tournament were played across eight regional sites across the country, each consisting of a six-team field. Each regional tournament is double-elimination, however region brackets are variable depending on the number of teams remaining after each round. The winners of each regional advanced to the College World Series.

Bold indicates winner.

Atlantic Regional

at Tallahassee, FL[2][1]
 
                                                 
  1  Florida State 7  
  6  Coastal Carolina 0     1  Florida State 6  
    5  FIU 3    
  2  Alabama 5         1  Florida State 5            
  5  FIU 1           2  Alabama 2              
      2  Alabama 5           1  Florida State 6
      4  St. John's 2         2  Alabama 5
  3  Georgia Tech 5         2  Alabama 8    
  4  St. John's 6       4  St. John's 4     3  Georgia Tech 4  
  6  Coastal Carolina 7     3  Georgia Tech 5  
  3  Georgia Tech 11  

Central Regional

at Austin, TX[1][3]

 
                                                 
  1  Texas 3  
  6  UAB 1     1  Texas 18  
    4  Southern Miss 2    
  2  Oklahoma State 9         1  Texas 10            
  5  Rutgers 4           3  Long Beach State 17              
      2  Oklahoma State 5           3  Long Beach State 8 8
      3  Long Beach State 7         2  Oklahoma State 12 4
  3  Long Beach State 6*         1  Texas 1    
  4  Southern Miss 5*       2  Oklahoma State 8*     2  Oklahoma State 6  
  6  UAB 10     6  UAB 7*  
  5  Rutgers 9  

East Regional

at Gainesville, FL[1][4]

 
                                                 
  1  Florida 2  
  6  Furman 0     1  Florida 3  
    3  Jacksonville 0    
  2  NC State 11         1  Florida 9            
  5  Ohio 5           2  NC State 4              
      2  NC State 3           1  Florida 3
      4  Missouri 1         2  NC State 2
  3  Jacksonville 2         2  NC State 8    
  4  Missouri 5       4  Missouri 8     4  Missouri 5  
  6  Furman 7     6  Furman 4  
  5  Ohio 2  

Midwest Regional

at Wichita, KS[1][5]
 
                                                 
  1  Wichita State 5  
  6  East Carolina 5     1  Wichita State 13  
    3  Baylor 7    
  2  Ohio State 7         1  Wichita State 8            
  5  Rider 4           4  California 1              
      2  Ohio State 8           1  Wichita State 11
      4  California 8         5  California 5
  3  Baylor 3         3  California 6    
  4  California 4       2  Ohio State 6     2  Ohio State 5  
  6  'East Carolina 6     6  East Carolina 5  
  5  Rider 5  

Northeast Regional

at Orono, ME[1][6]
 
                                                 
  1  Clemson 13  
  6  Princeton 5     1  Clemson 8  
    4  Villanova 3    
  2  Mississippi State 10         1  Clemson 10            
  5  Towson 4           2  Mississippi State 9              
      2  Mississippi State 6           1  Clemson 13
      3  Maine 5         3  Maine 5
  3  Maine 10         2  Mississippi State 5    
  4  Villanova 3       3  Maine 8     3  Maine 8  
  6  Princeton 0     5  Towson 0  
  5  Towson 5  

South Regional

at Baton Rouge, LA[1][7]

 
                                                 
  1  LSU 13  
  6  Northwestern State 2     1  LSU 4  
    3  Oklahoma 3    
  2  Texas A&M 16         1  LSU 7            
  5  SW Louisiana 4           2  Texas A&M 1              
      2  Texas A&M 12           1  LSU 8
      4  South Alabama 0         5  SW Louisiana 5
  3  Oklahoma 4         2  Texas A&M 10    
  4  South Alabama 5*       4  South Alabama 3     5  SW Louisiana 13  
  6  Northwestern State 7     5  SW Louisiana 6  
  5  SW Louisiana 11  

West I Regional

at Los Angeles, CA[1][8]

 
                                                 
  1  USC 7  
  6  Middle Tennessee 5     1  USC 17  
    3  Pepperdine 7    
  2  Hawaii 3         1  USC 7*            
  5  Minnesota 5           4  Creighton 8*              
      5  Minnesota 3           4  Creighton 15
      4  Creighton 8         2  Hawaii 8
  3  Pepperdine 3         1  USC 3    
  4  Creighton 5       5  Minnesota 9     2  Hawaii 7  
  6  Middle Tennessee 3     2  Hawaii 12  
  2  Hawaii 7  

West II Regional

at Fresno, CA[1][9]
 
                                       
  1  Miami (FL) 13  
  6  Portland 1     1  Miami (FL) 6  
    3  Cal State Northridge 13    
      3  Cal State Northridge 12  
      6  Portland 7    
  6  Portland 12          
  5  San Diego State 5        
  2  Stanford 12         3  Cal State Northridge 6 5
  5  San Diego State 5           4  Fresno Sate 2 6
      2  Stanford 2        
      4  Fresno State 6          
  3  Cal State Northridge 2           4  Fresno State 4    
  4  Fresno State 7         2  Stanford 2  
  1  Miami (FL) 7    
  2  Stanford 15  

College World Series

Participants

Seeding School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
1 Florida State Metro 57 - 12 (15 - 5) Mike Martin 10
(last: 1989)
2nd
(1970, 1986)
15 - 20
2 Clemson ACC 60 - 8 (18 - 3) Bill Wilhelm 5
(last: 1980)
5th
(1958, 1959, 1976)
4 - 10
3 Wichita State MVC 63 - 12 (21 - 3) Gene Stephenson 3
(last: 1989)
1st
(1989)
10 - 5
4 LSU SEC 51 - 18 (19 - 7) Skip Bertman 4
(last: 1990)
4th
(1987, 1989, 1990)
7 - 8
5 Florida SEC 49 - 19 (16 - 8) Joe Arnold 1
(last: 1988)
5th
(1988)
1 - 2
6 Long Beach State Big West 44 - 20 (14 - 7) Dave Snow 1
(last: 1989)
8th
(1989)
0 - 2
7 Creighton MVC 49 - 20 (16 - 8) Jim Hendry 1st
appearance
N/A 0 - 0
8 Fresno State Big West 41 - 21 (15 - 6) Bob Bennett 2
(last: 1988)
3rd
(1959)
3 - 4

Results

Bracket

  First Round Second Round Semifinals Finals
                                       
1  Florida State 3  
8  Fresno State 6  
  8  Fresno State 3  
  4  LSU 15  
4  LSU 8
5  Florida 1  
  4  LSU 19  
Bracket One
  5  Florida 8  
1  Florida State 0  
5  Florida 5  
  8  Fresno State 1
  5  Florida 2  
  4  LSU 6
  3  Wichita State 3
2  Clemson 4  
7  Creighton 8  
  7  Creighton 2
  3  Wichita State 312  
3  Wichita State 8
6  Long Beach State 5  
  3  Wichita State 11
Bracket Two
   Creighton 3  
6  Long Beach State 12  
2  Clemson 11  
  7  Creighton 12
  6  Long Beach State 4  

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 31 Game 1 Fresno State 6 - 3 Florida State
Game 2 LSU 8 - 1 Florida
June 1 Game 3 Creighton 8 - 4 Clemson
Game 4 Wichita State 8 - 5 Long Beach State
June 2 Game 5 Florida 5 - 0 Florida State Florida State eliminated
Game 6 LSU 15 - 3 Fresno State
June 3 Game 7 Long Beach State 12 - 11 Clemson Clemson eliminated
Game 8 Wichita State 3 - 2 (12 innings) Creighton
June 4 Game 9 Florida 2 - 1 Fresno State Fresno State eliminated
Game 10 Creighton 12 - 4 Long Beach State Long Beach State eliminated
June 5 Game 11 LSU 19 - 8 Florida Florida eliminated
Game 12 Wichita State 11 - 3 Creighton Creighton eliminated
June 8 Final LSU 6 - 3 Wichita State LSU wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team.
Position Player Class School
Pitcher Chad Ogea Junior LSU
Kennie Steenstra Sophomore Wichita State
Catcher Gary Hymel Senior LSU
First baseman John Tellechea Senior LSU
Second baseman Mike McCafferty Senior Creighton
Third baseman Jason Giambi Sophomore Long Beach State
Shortstop Kevin Polcovich Junior Florida
Outfielder Jim Audley Senior Wichita State
Steve Hinton Junior Creighton
Lyle Mouton Senior LSU
Designated hitter Mario Linares Senior Florida

Notable players

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "NCAA Men's College World Series Records". NCAA. 2009. p. 195. Retrieved October 29, 2014. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Tournament Results". seminoles.com. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
  3. ^ Texas Baseball 2011 Fact Book. texassports.com. p. 79. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
  4. ^ "Gators in the NCAA Tournament". GatorZone.com. Retrieved 20 April 2012. 
  5. ^ Coaching Records & All-Time Results. goshockers.com. p. 88. Retrieved 2012-03-26. 
  6. ^ 2012 Clemson Baseball Media Guide. Clemson Sports Information. p. 137. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
  7. ^ "2012 LSU Baseball Media Guide". lsusports.net. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  8. ^ "2012 USC Baseball Media Guide". usctrojans.com. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
  9. ^ 2011 San Diego State Aztec Baseball Media Guide. issuu.com. p. 72. Retrieved 2012-04-20. 
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