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1994 College World Series

The 1994 College World Series was played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, NE from June 3 to June 11. The forty-eighth tournament's champion was the University of Oklahoma, coached by Larry Cochell. The Most Outstanding Player was Chip Glass of the University of Oklahoma.

Participants

Seeding School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
1 Miami (FL) n/a 48 - 12 (n/a) Jim Morris 12
(last: 1992)
1st
(1982, 1985)
26 - 21
2 Georgia Tech ACC 47 - 16 (16 - 8) Danny Hall 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
3 Louisiana State SEC 46 - 18 (21 - 6) Skip Bertman 6
(last: 1993)
1st
(1991, 1993)
15 - 9
4 Oklahoma Big 8 46 - 17 (21 - 9) Larry Cochell 7
(last: 1992)
1st
(1951)
10 - 12
5 Auburn SEC 44 - 19 (16 - 13) Hal Baird 2
(last: 1976)
4th
(1967)
2 - 4
6 Florida State ACC 52 - 20 (14 - 9) Mike Martin 12
(last: 1992)
2nd
(1970, 1986)
16 - 24
7 Cal State Fullerton Big West 45 - 14 (15 - 5) Augie Garrido 7
(last: 1992)
1st
(1979, 1984)
16 - 12
8 Arizona State Pac-10 43 - 16 (20 - 10) Jim Brock 16
(last: 1993)
1st
(1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981)
50 - 27

Results

1994 College World Series bracket

The teams in the CWS are divided into two pools of four, with each pool playing a double-elimination format. The winners of the two pools meet in the National Championship game.

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Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 3 Game 1 Georgia Tech 2 - 0 Cal State Fullerton
Game 2 Florida State 6 - 3 Louisiana State
June 4 Game 3 Arizona State 4 - 0 Miami
Game 4 Oklahoma 5 - 4 Auburn
June 5 Game 5 Georgia Tech 12 - 4 (10 innings) Florida State
Game 6 Cal State Fullerton 20 - 6 Louisiana State Louisiana State eliminated
June 6 Game 7 Miami 7 - 5 Auburn Auburn eliminated
Game 8 Oklahoma 4 - 3 (11 innings) Arizona State
June 7 Game 9 Cal State Fullerton 10 - 3 Florida State Florida State eliminated
Game 10 Arizona State 9 - 5 Miami Miami eliminated
June 8 Game 11 Georgia Tech 3 - 2 (12 innings) Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton eliminated
June 9 Game 12 Oklahoma 6 - 1 Arizona State Arizona State eliminated
June 11 Final Oklahoma 13 - 5 Georgia Tech Oklahoma wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

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

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Mark Redman Sophomore Oklahoma
Brad Rigby Junior Georgia Tech
Catcher Jason Varitek Senior Georgia Tech
First baseman Ryan Minor Sophomore Oklahoma
Second baseman Rick Gutierrez Senior Oklahoma
Third baseman Antone Williamson Junior Arizona State
Shortstop Nomar Garciaparra Junior Georgia Tech
Outfielder Chip Glass Senior Oklahoma
Mark Kotsay Freshman Cal State Fullerton
Darvin Traylor Senior Oklahoma
Designated hitter Todd Walker Junior Louisiana State

Notable players

Tournament Notes

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