2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament
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2014 Mid%E2%80%93Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament
2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Baseball Tournament
Teams8
FormatDouble-elimination tournament
Finals site
ChampionsBethune-Cookman(14th title)
Winning coachJason Beverlin(2nd title)
MVPMontana Durapau Bethune-Cookman
2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
Northern
17 7 0   .708     30 17 0   .638
14 10 0   .583     20 25 0   .444
9 15 0   .375     12 33 0   .267
8 16 0   .333     13 35 0   .271
Southern
14 10 0   .583     25 25 0   .500
14 10 0   .583     24 31 0   .436
12 12 0   .500     19 32 1   .375
11 13 0   .458     21 30 0   .412
9 15 0   .375     17 32 0   .347
x – Division champion
? – Tournament champion
As of May 16, 2014[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament began on May 14 and ended on May 19, 2014 at Marty L. Miller Field, on the campus of Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA. It was an eight-team double elimination tournament. Bethune-Cookman won their fourteenth tournament championship to claim the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference's automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. Bethune-Cookman has claimed fourteen of the sixteen tournament championships, with Savannah State winning in 2013 and North Carolina A&T earning the 2005 title.[2][3]

Format and seeding

The four teams in the North Division and top four finishers from the South Division were seeded one through four based on regular season records, with first round matchups of the top seed from the North and the fourth seed from the South, the second seed from the North against the third seed from the South, and so on. The winners advanced in the winners' bracket, while first round losers play elimination games. The format means that one team from the South, North Carolina A&T, was left out of the field.

Team W L Pct. GB Seed
Northern Division
Delaware State 17 7 .708
-
1N
Norfolk State 14 10 .583
3
2N
Coppin State 9 15 .375
8
3N
Maryland Eastern Shore 8 16 .333
9
4N
Southern Division
Bethune-Cookman 14 10 .583
-
1S
Florida A&M 14 10 .583
-
2S
North Carolina Central 12 12 .500
2
3S
Savannah State 11 13 .458
3
4S
North Carolina A&T 9 15 .375
5.5
-

Rain forced adjustments in the schedule, with all three third round games postponed by one day to Saturday.[4]

Bracket

  First Round     Second Round     Third Round     Semifinals     Finals
                                                 
  Winner's Bracket
  1S Bethune-Cookman 4  
  4N Maryland Eastern Shore 0    
      1S Bethune-Cookman 10  
      2N Norfolk State 2    
  2N Norfolk State 6          
  3S North Carolina Central 1        
      1S Bethune-Cookman 16            
      4S Savannah State 6              
  2S Florida A&M 10              
  3N Coppin State 0                
      2S Florida A&M 6          
      4S Savannah State 14        
  1N Delaware State 4          
  4S Savannah State 8         1S Bethune-Cookman 4 --
      2N Norfolk State 2 --
  Loser's Bracket      
  4N Maryland Eastern Shore 5        
  3S North Carolina Central 10     2N Norfolk State 10        
    3S North Carolina Central 1          
      2N Norfolk State 6        
  3N Coppin State 6         2S Florida A&M 3     4S Savannah State 0    
  1N Delaware State 1     2S Florida A&M 11         2N Norfolk State 5  
    3N Coppin State 6  

All-Tournament Team

The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team.[3]

Name School
Zach Brigham Savannah State
Mendez Elder Savannah State
Stephen Bull Maryland Eastern Shore
Bennie Robinson Florida A&M
Marlon Gibbs Florida A&M
Matt Outman Norfolk State
Joshua Vales Norfolk State
Ross Caldwell Norfolk State
Montana Durapau Bethune-Cookman
Shawn McCarty Bethune-Cookman
Zach Olszewski Bethune-Cookman

Most Outstanding Performer

Montana Durapau was named Tournament Most Outstanding Performer. Durapau was a pitcher for Bethune-Cookman.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Standings and Leaders". meacsports.com. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "2014 MEAC Baseball Championship Central" (PDF). meacsports.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-04-09. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ a b c "Bethune-Cookman wins 2014 MEAC Baseball Championship". meacsports.com. May 19, 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ "MEAC Announces Baseball Championship Schedule Changes". meacsports.com. May 16, 2014. Retrieved 2014.

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