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2001 NCAA Division I baseball season

2001 NCAA Division I baseball season
Number of teams 291
NCAA Tournament
College World Series
Champions Miami (FL)
Runners-up Stanford
MOP Charlton Jimerson (Miami (FL))
Seasons

← 2000

2002 →

The 2001 NCAA Division I baseball season, play of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) began in the spring of 2001. The season progressed through the regular season and concluded with the 2001 College World Series. The College World Series, held for the fifty fifth time in 2001, consisted of one team from each of eight super regional competitions and was held in Omaha, Nebraska at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium as a double-elimination tournament. Miami (FL) claimed the championship for the fourth time.[1]

Contents

  • Conference winners 1
  • Conference standings 2
  • College World Series 3
    • Bracket 3.1
  • Award winners 4
    • All-America team 4.1
  • References 5

Conference winners

This is a partial list of conference champions from the 2001 season. The NCAA sponsored regional and super regional competitions to determine the College World Series participants. Each of the sixteen regionals consisted of four teams competing in double-elimination tournaments, with the winners advancing to eight best of three Super Regionals. The winners of each Super Regional advanced to Omaha. 30 teams earned automatic bids by winning their conference championship while 34 teams earned at-large selections.[1][2]

Conference Regular Season Winner Conference Tournament Tournament Venue • City Tournament Winner
America East Conference Delaware 2001 America East Conference Baseball Tournament Frawley StadiumWilmington, DE Delaware
Atlantic Coast Conference Florida State 2001 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament Knights StadiumFort Mill, SC Wake Forest
Big 12 Conference Nebraska 2001 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament AT&T Bricktown BallparkOklahoma City, OK Nebraska
Big East Conference Notre Dame 2001 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament Commerce Bank BallparkBridgewater, NJ Seton Hall
Big Ten Conference Ohio State 2001 Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournament Bill Davis StadiumColumbus, OH Minnesota
Big West Conference Cal State Fullerton No tournament
Conference USA Tulane 2001 Conference USA Baseball Tournament Zephyr FieldNew Orleans, LA Tulane
Ivy League Gehrig - Princeton
Rolfe - Dartmouth
2001 Ivy League Baseball Championship Series Red Rolfe Field at Biondi ParkHanover, NH Dartmouth
Mid-American Conference East - Bowling Green
West - Ball State
2001 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament Ball DiamondMuncie, IN Kent State
Midwestern Collegiate Conference Milwaukee 2001 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Baseball Tournament Chicago, IL Milwaukee
Mid-Continent Conference Oral Roberts 2001 Mid-Continent Conference Baseball Tournament J. L. Johnson StadiumTulsa, OK Oral Roberts
Pacific-10 Conference Southern California No tournament
Southeastern Conference Eastern - Georgia
Western - LSU
2001 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament Hoover Metropolitan StadiumHoover, AL Mississippi State
Southern Conference Georgia Southern 2001 Southern Conference Baseball Tournament Joseph P. Riley, Jr. ParkCharleston, SC The Citadel
Trans America Athletic Conference UCF 2001 Trans America Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Alexander Brest FieldJacksonville, FL UCF
West Coast Conference Coast - Gonzaga/Santa Clara
West - Pepperdine
2001 West Coast Conference Baseball Championship Series Eddy D. Field StadiumMalibu, CA San Diego

Conference standings

The following is an incomplete list of conference standings:

2001 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#9 Florida State y 20 4   .833     47 19   .712
#13 Clemson y 17 7   .708     41 22   .651
#18 Wake Forest y 16 8   .667     44 18   .710
#27 Georgia Tech y 13 11   .542     41 20   .672
Duke 10 13   .435     23 33   .411
North Carolina 9 15   .375     31 26   .544
Virginia 9 15   .375     25 31   .446
NC State 9 15   .375     32 29   .525
Maryland 4 19   .174     17 37   .315
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[3]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
#7 Nebraska y 20 8 0   .714     50 16 1   .754
#21 Texas Tech 19 10 1   .650     42 20 1   .675
#28 Texas y 19 11 0   .633     36 26 0   .581
#22 Baylor y 17 10 0   .630     37 24 0   .607
Oklahoma State y 16 14 0   .533     42 22 0   .656
Texas A&M 15 15 0   .500     33 27 0   .550
Oklahoma y 13 16 1   .450     25 33 1   .432
Iowa State 11 15 0   .423     24 29 1   .454
Kansas State 10 17 0   .370     25 28 0   .472
Missouri 11 19 0   .367     31 24 1   .563
Kansas 7 23 0   .233     26 30 0   .464
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[4]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Big East Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
#12 Notre Dame y 22 4 0   .846     49 13 1   .786
#25 Rutgers y 18 8 0   .692     42 17 0   .712
Seton Hall y 14 11 1   .558     34 23 1   .595
Virginia Tech 14 11 1   .558     29 28 1   .509
St. John's 13 13 0   .500     31 22 0   .585
Connecticut 13 13 0   .500     26 25 0   .510
West Virginia 12 14 0   .462     27 26 0   .509
Boston College 11 13 0   .458     29 22 0   .569
Villanova 10 16 0   .385     25 25 1   .500
Georgetown 7 19 0   .269     17 39 0   .304
Pittsburgh 6 18 0   .250     18 27 0   .400
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[5][6]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Big Ten Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Ohio State y 20 7   .741     43 18   .705
Purdue 19 7   .731     32 24   .571
Minnesota y 19 8   .704     39 21   .650
Penn State 15 11   .577     29 29   .500
Illinois 13 14   .481     29 28   .509
Michigan 10 14   .417     28 28   .500
Northwestern 11 17   .393     24 32   .429
Michigan State 9 17   .346     29 27   .518
Iowa 8 17   .320     19 29   .396
Indiana 7 19   .269     24 31   .436
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[7][8]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Conference USA baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#6 Tulane y 21 6   .778     56 13   .812
Houston y 20 7   .741     29 30   .492
South Florida 16 11   .593     33 31   .516
Cincinnati 16 11   .593     34 24   .586
Memphis 13 14   .481     34 24   .586
Louisville 13 14   .481     32 29   .525
Southern Miss 11 16   .407     27 32   .458
Charlotte 10 17   .370     24 31   .436
Saint Louis 9 18   .333     21 32   .396
UAB 6 21   .222     25 30   .455
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Mid-American Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
East
Bowling Green x 18 9   .667     36 18   .667
Ohio 16 11   .593     29 25   .537
Kent State y 16 11   .593     32 30   .516
Miami 16 12   .571     35 25   .583
Marshall 11 17   .393     24 29   .453
Akron 9 18   .333     16 34   .320
Buffalo 5 23   .179     11 39   .220
West
Ball State x 21 5   .808     34 23   .596
Central Michigan 16 12   .571     35 24   .593
Eastern Michigan 14 12   .538     20 33   .377
Western Michigan 15 13   .536     26 28   .481
Northern Illinois 10 17   .370     28 27   .509
Toledo 10 17   .370     26 29   .473
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[9]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 NCAA Division I baseball independents standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#1 Miami (FL) y       47 12   .797
Belmont       28 24   .538
Centenary       23 36   .390
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi       18 36   .333
Texas–Pan American       12 40   .231
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[10]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Eastern
#8 Georgia xy 20 10   .667     45 19   .703
#4 Tennessee y 18 12   .600     48 20   .706
#15 South Carolina y 17 13   .567     48 18   .727
Florida y 16 14   .533     35 27   .565
Vanderbilt 9 21   .300     23 31   .426
Kentucky 7 23   .233     22 34   .393
Western
#10 LSU xy 18 12   .600     44 22   .667
#14 Mississippi Statey 17 13   .567     39 22   .639
Ole Miss y 17 13   .567     39 23   .629
#30 Auburn y 15 15   .500     32 23   .582
Alabama 15 15   .500     32 23   .582
Arkansas 11 19   .367     27 29   .482
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[11]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2001 Southern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Georgia Southern y 21 9   .700     42 20   .677
The Citadel y 20 10   .667     38 24   .613
Furman 18 11   .621     30 25   .545
Western Carolina 18 11   .621     30 26   .536
UNC Greensboro 17 12   .586     31 28   .525
Appalachian State 12 14   .462     21 32   .396
East Tennessee State 13 17   .433     21 32   .396
College of Charleston 10 16   .385     24 28   .462
Wofford 9 17   .346     17 31   .354
Davidson 10 20   .333     19 32   .373
VMI 8 19   .296     15 32   .319
† – Conference champion
‡ – SoCon Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2001[12]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

College World Series

The 2001 season marked the fifty fifth NCAA Baseball Tournament, which culminated with the eight team College World Series. The College World Series was held in Omaha, Nebraska. The eight teams played a double-elimination format, with Miami (FL) claiming their fourth championship with a 12–1 win over Florida State in the final.[1]

Bracket

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                       
5  Tulane 11  
4  Stanford 13  
  4  Stanford 510  
  1  Cal State Fullerton 2  
8  Nebraska 4
1  Cal State Fullerton 5  
  1  Cal State Fullerton 1  
  4  Stanford 4  
5  Tulane 6  
8  Nebraska 5  
  1  Cal State Fullerton 11
  5  Tulane 2  
  4  Stanford 1
  2  Miami (FL) 12
6  Georgia 5  
3  Southern California 11  
  3  Southern California 3
  2  Miami (FL) 4  
 Tennessee 13
2  Miami (FL) 21  
  2  Miami (FL) 12
   Tennessee 6  
 Tennessee 19  
6  Georgia 12  
  3  USC 2
   Tennessee 10  

Award winners

All-America team

References

  1. ^ a b c W.C. Madden and Patrick J. Stewart (2004). The College World Series:A Baseball History, 1947–2003. McFarland & Co. pp. 41–43. Retrieved February 3, 2015. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 7. Retrieved February 3, 2015. 
  3. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". Boyd's World. Retrieved October 7, 2015. 
  4. ^ 2013 Big 12 Baseball Media Guide (PDF). Big 12 Conference. p. 53. Retrieved May 17, 2013. 
  5. ^ 2012 Big East Baseball Media Guide. Big East Conference. p. 61. Archived from the original on February 3, 2013. Retrieved January 30, 2013. 
  6. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". boydsworld.com. Retrieved January 30, 2013. 
  7. ^ 2012 Big Ten Baseball Record Book (PDF). Big Ten Conference. p. 101. Retrieved March 28, 2013. 
  8. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". Boyd's World. Retrieved March 28, 2013. 
  9. ^ "All-time Standings" (PDF). Mid-American Conference. Retrieved May 30, 2013. 
  10. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". Boyd's World. Retrieved May 13, 2015. 
  11. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". boydsworld.com. Retrieved October 7, 2015. 
  12. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2001". Boyd's World. Retrieved June 9, 2015. 


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