2016 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
2016 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
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Season 2016
Teams 64
Finals Site
Champions Coastal Carolina(1st title)
Runner-Up Arizona (16th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Gary Gilmore(1st title)
Television ESPN Networks

The 2016 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament began on Friday, June 3, 2016, as part of the 2016 NCAA Division I baseball season. The 64-team, double-elimination tournament concluded with the 2016 College World Series (CWS) in Omaha, Nebraska, starting on June 18, 2016, and ending on June 30, 2016.[1] The 64 participating NCAA Division I college baseball teams were selected out of 298 eligible teams.[2] Thirty-one teams were awarded an automatic bid, as champions of their conferences; the remaining 33 teams were selected at-large by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee.

Teams were divided into sixteen regionals of four teams, which conducted a double-elimination tournament. Regional champions faced each other in Super Regionals, a best-of-three game series to determine the eight participants of the College World Series.[1] The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) set a conference record and tied the all-time mark of having ten teams in the championship field.[3] A tournament-high seven regional hosts came from the Southeastern Conference (SEC), followed by six of the ten ACC schools; however, only Miami (ACC) and Florida (SEC) advanced to Omaha, and they were the first and second teams eliminated, respectively. For the first time since the tournament expanded from 48 teams in 1999, the NCAA did not select any Pac-12 schools to host a regional, and Lubbock, Texas (Texas Tech) was the westernmost regional host city picked by the selection committee.[4]

In the CWS after Texas Tech lost to Big 12 rival TCU, none of the three national seeds who had reached Omaha had won their opening game. Tech eventually became the fourth team to be eliminated. While Oklahoma State and TCU advanced through the winners' bracket to set up a possible all-Big 12 championship, Arizona and Coastal Carolina won both elimination games to advance to the best-of-three final series.

With each team winning a game in the championship series to force a winner-take-all Game 3, the tournament reached the maximum of 17 games for the first time since 2003 when the finals expanded to best-of-three format (as opposed to a single, winner-take-all championship game).[5] Coastal Carolina won the deciding game, 4-3, becoming the first team since 1956 to win the title in its first CWS appearance.[6] Coastal Carolina won six elimination games in NCAA post-season play - one in a Regional, three in the CWS double-elimination bracket, and two in the Championship Series.[7] The runner-up, Arizona, won six elimination games - three in a Regional and three in the CWS double-elimination bracket, but lost their 7th, the last game of the Championship Series.[8]

Bids

Automatic bids

[9]

School Conference Record (Conf) Berth Last NCAA Appearance
Binghamton America East 30-23 (19-5) Tournament 2014 (Stillwater Regional)
Connecticut American 37-23 (14-9) Tournament 2013 (Blacksburg Regional)
Clemson ACC 42-18 (16-14) Tournament 2015 (Fullerton Regional)
Stetson Atlantic Sun 29-29 (9-12) Tournament 2011 (Columbia Regional)
Rhode Island Atlantic 10 30-25 (18-6) Tournament 2005 (Long Beach Regional)
TCU Big 12 42-15 (15-9) Tournament 2015 (Fort Worth Regional)
Xavier Big East 30-28 (14-4) Tournament 2014 (Nashville Regional)
Coastal Carolina Big South 44-15 (21-3) Tournament 2015 (College Station Regional)
Ohio State Big Ten 43-18-1 (15-9) Tournament 2009 (Tallahassee Regional)
Cal State Fullerton Big West 35-21 (17-7) Regular Season 2015 (Fullerton Regional)
William & Mary Colonial 29-29 (14-9) Tournament 2013 (Raleigh Regional)
Southern Miss Conference USA 40-18 (20-10) Tournament 2011 (Atlanta Regional)
Wright State Horizon 44-15 (23-6) Tournament 2015 (Champaign Regional)
Princeton Ivy League 24-19 (13-7) Championship Series 2011 (Austin Regional)
Fairfield Metro Atlantic 32-24 (17-7) Tournament First Appearance
Western Michigan Mid-American 22-32 (11-13) Tournament 1989 (Midwest Regional)
Bethune-Cookman Mid-Eastern 29-25 (17-7) Tournament 2014 (Coral Gables Regional)
Dallas Baptist Missouri Valley 41-17 (15-5) Tournament 2015 (Dallas Regional)
New Mexico Mountain West 38-21 (20-10) Tournament 2013 (Fullerton Regional)
Bryant Northeast 47-10 (26-4) Tournament 2014 (Baton Rouge Regional)
Southeast Missouri State Ohio Valley 39-19 (22-8) Tournament 2002 (Tuscaloosa Regional)
Utah Pac-12 25-27 (19-11) Regular Season 2009 (Fullerton Regional)
Navy Patriot 42-14-1 (15-5) Tournament 2011 (Charlottesville Regional)
Texas A&M Southeastern 45-14 (20-10) Tournament 2015 (College Station Regional)
Western Carolina Southern 30-29 (15-9) Tournament 2007 (Chapel Hill Regional)
Sam Houston State Southland 41-20 (24-6) Tournament 2014 (Fort Worth Regional)
Alabama State Southwestern Athletic 38-15 (24-0) Tournament First Appearance
Oral Roberts Summit 38-19 (22-8) Tournament 2014 (Waco Regional)
Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt 41-19 (21-9) Tournament 2015 (Houston Regional)
Saint Mary's West Coast 33-23 (18-9) Tournament First Appearance
Utah Valley Western Athletic 37-21 (18-9) Tournament First Appearance

By conference

[10]

Conference Total Schools
ACC 10 Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami (FL), NC State, Virginia, Wake Forest
SEC 7 Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
Conference USA 4 Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Rice, Southern Miss
Pac-12 4 Arizona, Arizona State, Utah, Washington
American 3 East Carolina, Tulane, UConn
Big Ten 3 Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State
Big 12 3 Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech
Big West 3 Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, UC Santa Barbara
Colonial 2 UNC Wilmington, William & Mary
Southland 2 Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana
Sun Belt 2 Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama
West Coast 2 Gonzaga, Saint Mary's (CA)
America East 1 Binghamton
Atlantic 10 1 Rhode Island
Atlantic Sun 1 Stetson
Big East 1 Xavier
Big South 1 Coastal Carolina
Horizon 1 Wright State
Ivy 1 Princeton
MAAC 1 Fairfield
Mid-American 1 Western Michigan
MEAC 1 Bethune-Cookman
Missouri Valley 1 Dallas Baptist
Mountain West 1 New Mexico
NEC 1 Bryant
Ohio Valley 1 Southeast Missouri State
Patriot 1 Navy
Southern 1 Western Carolina
SWAC 1 Alabama State
Summit 1 Oral Roberts
WAC 1 Utah Valley

National seeds

The following eight teams automatically host a Super Regional if they advance to that round:[10]

  1. Florida
  2. Louisville ?
  3. Miami (FL)
  4. Texas A&M ?
  5. Texas Tech
  6. Mississippi State ?
  7. Clemson +
  8. LSU ?

Bold indicates College World Series participant
+ indicates teams that were eliminated in the Regional Tournament
? indicates teams that were eliminated in the Super Regional Tournament

Regionals and Super Regionals

Bold indicates winner. Seeds for regional tournaments indicate seeds within regional. Seeds for super regional tournaments indicate national seeds only.[11]

Gainesville Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Florida 9  
4 Bethune-Cookman 3  
  1 Florida 6  
  3 Connecticut 5  
3 Connecticut 7
2 Georgia Tech 6  
  1 Florida 10 -  
Gainesville Regional - Alfred A. McKethan Stadium
  2 Georgia Tech 1 -  
4 Bethune-Cookman 3  
2 Georgia Tech 12  
  2 Georgia Tech 7
  3 Connecticut 5  
  1 Florida 0 5 7
  Florida State 3 0 0
1 Florida State 18  
4 Alabama State 6  
  1 Florida State 7
  2 Southern Miss 2  
3 South Alabama 2
2 Southern Miss 14  
  1 Florida State 18 -
  3 South Alabama 6 -  
4 Alabama State 3  
3 South Alabama 6  
  3 South Alabama 7
  2 Southern Miss 4  

Baton Rouge Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 LSU 7  
4 Utah Valley 1  
  1 LSU 4  
  2 Rice 2  
3 Southeastern Louisiana 2
2 Rice 7  
  1 LSU 6 5  
Baton Rouge Regional - Alex Box Stadium
  2 Rice 10 2  
4 Utah Valley 2  
3 3  
  3 0
  2 Rice 15  
  8 LSU 8 3 -
  Coastal Carolina 11 4 -
1 NC State 13  
4 Navy 8  
  1 NC State 0
  2 Coastal Carolina 4  
3 Saint Mary's (CA) 2
2 Coastal Carolina 5  
  2 Coastal Carolina 1 7
Raleigh Regional - Doak Field
  1 NC State 8 5  
4 Navy 8  
3 Saint Mary's (CA) 513  
  4 Navy 1
  1 NC State 17  

College Station Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Texas A&M 4  
4 Binghamton 2  
  1 Texas A&M 22  
  3 Wake Forest 2  
3 Wake Forest 5
2 Minnesota 3  
  1 Texas A&M 8 -  
College Station Regional - Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park
  2 Minnesota 2 -  
4 Binghamton 5  
2 Minnesota 8  
  2 Minnesota 8
  3 Wake Forest 3  
  4 Texas A&M 2 7 1
  TCU 8 1 4
1 TCU 7  
4 Oral Roberts 0  
  1 TCU 4
  3 Gonzaga 3  
3 Gonzaga 5
2 Arizona State 1  
  1 TCU 8 -
Fort Worth Regional - Lupton Stadium
  2 Arizona State 1 -  
4 Oral Roberts 1  
2 Arizona State 4  
  2 Arizona State 6
  3 Gonzaga 3  

Lubbock Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Texas Tech 12  
4 Fairfield 1  
  1 Texas Tech 4  
  3 New Mexico 3  
3 New Mexico 12
2 Dallas Baptist 6  
  1 Texas Tech 6 5  
Lubbock Regional - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park
  2 Dallas Baptist 10 3  
4 Fairfield 5  
2 Dallas Baptist 8  
  2 Dallas Baptist 5
  3 New Mexico 3  
  5 Texas Tech 6 3 11
  East Carolina 8 113 0
1 Virginia 17  
4 William & Mary 4  
  1 Virginia 6
  3 East Carolina 8  
3 East Carolina 9
2 Bryant 1  
  3 East Carolina 8 -
Charlottesville Regional - Davenport Field
  4 William & Mary 4 -  
4 William & Mary 4  
2 Bryant 3  
  4 William & Mary 5
  1 Virginia 4  

Coral Gables Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Miami (FL) 4  
4 Stetson 2  
  1 Miami (FL) 4  
  3 Long Beach State 311  
3 Long Beach State 5
2 Florida Atlantic 1  
  1 Miami (FL) 9 -  
  3 Long Beach State 8 -  
4 Stetson 4  
2 Florida Atlantic 8  
  2 Florida Atlantic 1
  3 Long Beach State 5  
  3 Miami (FL) 12 3 9
  Boston College 7 5 4
1 Ole Miss 5  
4 Utah 610  
  4 Utah 3
  3 Boston College 4  
3 Boston College 7
2 Tulane 2  
  3 Boston College 6 -
Oxford Regional - Swayze Field
  2 Tulane 3 -  
1 Ole Miss 5  
2 Tulane 6  
  2 Tulane 4
  4 Utah 1  

Starkville Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Mississippi State 9  
4 5  
  1 Mississippi State 4  
  2 Cal State Fullerton 1  
3 Louisiana Tech 0
2 Cal State Fullerton 1  
  1 Mississippi State 4 -  
Starkville Regional - Dudy Noble Field
  3 Louisiana Tech 0 -  
4 Southeast Missouri State 4  
3 Louisiana Tech 9  
  3 Louisiana Tech 6
  2 Cal State Fullerton 2  
  6 Mississippi State 0 5 -
  Arizona 1 611 -
1 Louisiana-Lafayette 5  
4 Princeton 3  
  1 10
  2 Arizona 3  
3 Sam Houston State 3
2 Arizona 7  
  1 Louisiana-Lafayette 3 1
Lafayette Regional - M. L. Tigue Moore Field
  2 Arizona 6 3  
4 Princeton 2  
3 Sam Houston State 7  
  3 Sam Houston State 5
  2 Arizona 6  

Louisville Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Louisville 6  
4 Western Michigan 1  
  1 Louisville 15  
  2 Ohio State 3  
3 Wright State 6
2 Ohio State 7  
  1 Louisville 3 -  
Louisville Regional - Jim Patterson Stadium
  3 Wright State 1 -  
4 Western Michigan 3  
3 Wright State 10  
  3 Wright State 7
  2 Ohio State 3  
  2 Louisville 2 3 -
  UC Santa Barbara 4 4 -
1 Vanderbilt 1  
4 Xavier 15  
  4 Xavier 4
  2 UC Santa Barbara 5  
3 Washington 2
2 UC Santa Barbara 314  
  2 UC Santa Barbara 14 -
Nashville Regional - Hawkins Field
  4 Xavier 5 -  
1 Vanderbilt 8  
3 Washington 9  
  3 Washington 5
  4 Xavier 7  

Columbia Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Clemson 24  
4 Western Carolina 10  
  1 Clemson 2  
  2 Oklahoma State 12  
3 Nebraska 0
2 Oklahoma State 6  
  2 Oklahoma State 9 -  
Clemson Regional - Doug Kingsmore Stadium
  1 Clemson 2 -  
4 Western Carolina 4  
3 Nebraska 1  
  4 Western Carolina 3
  1 Clemson 15  
  Oklahoma State 5 3 -
  South Carolina 1 1 -
1 South Carolina 4  
4 Rhode Island 5  
  4 Rhode Island 7
  2 UNC Wilmington 11  
3 Duke 1
2 UNC Wilmington 11  
  2 UNC Wilmington 1 5
Columbia Regional - Founders Park
  1 South Carolina 10 10  
1 South Carolina 4  
3 Duke 2  
  1 South Carolina 23
  4 Rhode Island 2  

College World Series

The College World Series was held at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.[12]

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach Previous CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
Arizona Pac-12 44-21 (16-14) Jay Johnson 16
(last: 2012)
1st
(1976, 1980, 1986, 2012)
38-27
Coastal Carolina Big South 49-16 (21-3) Gary Gilmore none none 0-0
Florida SEC 52-14 (19-10) Kevin O'Sullivan 9
(last: 2015)
2nd
(2005, 2011)
14-19
Miami (FL) ACC 50-12 (21-7) Jim Morris 24
(last: 2015)
1st
(1982, 1985, 1999, 2001)
48-40
Oklahoma State Big 12 39-20 (16-8) Josh Holliday 19
(last: 1999)
1st
(1959)
37-37
TCU Big 12 47-16 (15-9) Jim Schlossnagle 3
(last: 2015)
3rd
(2010, 2015)
6-6
Texas Tech Big 12 44-16 (19-5) Tim Tadlock 1
(2014)
7th
(2014)
0-2
UC Santa Barbara Big West 42-18-1 (13-11) Andrew Checketts none none 0-0

Bracket

Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only

  First round Second round Semifinals Championship series
                                           
1 Florida 1  
Coastal Carolina 2  
  Coastal Carolina 1  
  TCU 6  
TCU 5
5 Texas Tech 3  
  TCU 1 5  
  Coastal Carolina 4 7  
1 Florida 2  
5 Texas Tech 3  
  5 Texas Tech 5
  Coastal Carolina 7  
  Coastal Carolina 0 5 4
  Arizona 3 4 3
3 Miami (FL) 1  
Arizona 5  
  Arizona 0
  Oklahoma State 1  
UC Santa Barbara 0
Oklahoma State 1  
  Oklahoma State 3 1
  Arizona 9 5  
3 Miami (FL) 3  
UC Santa Barbara 5  
  UC Santa Barbara 0
  Arizona 3  

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save Notes
June 18 Game 1 Oklahoma State 1-0 UC Santa Barbara Thomas Hatch (9-2) Shane Bieber (12-4) --
Game 2 Arizona 5-1 Miami (FL) Nathan Bannister (12-2) Michael Mediavilla (11-2) --
June 19 Game 3 TCU 5-3 Texas Tech Ryan Burnett (3-1) Robert Dugger (6-1) Durbin Feltman (9)
Game 4 Coastal Carolina 2-1 Florida Andrew Beckwith (13-1) Logan Shore (12-1) --
June 20 Game 5 UC Santa Barbara 5-3 Miami (FL) Noah Davis (7-4) Danny Garcia (9-5) Kyle Nelson (10) Miami (FL) eliminated
Game 6 Oklahoma State 1-0 Arizona Tyler Buffett (9-3) Bobby Dalbec (10-5) Trey Cobb (6)
June 21 Game 7 Texas Tech 3-2 Florida Davis Martin (10-1) Alex Faedo (13-3) Hayden Howard (9) Florida eliminated
Game 8 TCU 6-1 Coastal Carolina Brian Howard (10-2) Alex Cunningham (9-4) Ryan Burnett (1)
June 22 Game 9 Arizona 3-0 UC Santa Barbara J.C. Cloney (7-4) Justin Kelly (2-1) Cameron Ming (3) UC Santa Barbara eliminated
June 23 Game 10 Coastal Carolina 7-5 Texas Tech Mike Morrison (8-1) Erikson Lanning (3-4) Bobby Holmes (4) Texas Tech eliminated
June 24 Game 11 Arizona 9-3 Oklahoma State Kevin Ginkel (5-1) Jensen Elliot (9-5) Cameron Ming (4)
Game 12 Coastal Carolina 4-1 TCU Andrew Beckwith (14-1) Michael Traver (1-3) --
June 25 Game 13 Arizona 5-1 Oklahoma State Bobby Dalbec (11-5) Thomas Hatch (9-3) Alfonso Rivas III (3) Oklahoma State eliminated
Game 14 Coastal Carolina 7-5 TCU Alex Cunningham (10-4) Jared Janczak (7-4) -- TCU eliminated
June 27 Final Game 1 Arizona 3-0 Coastal Carolina J.C. Cloney (8-4) Zack Hopeck (3-4) --
June 28 Final Game 2 Coastal Carolina 5-4 Arizona Bobby Holmes (7-2) Cameron Ming (3-3) --
June 30 Final Game 3 Coastal Carolina 4-3 Arizona Andrew Beckwith (15-1) Bobby Dalbec (11-6) Alex Cunningham (1) Coastal Carolina wins College World Series

All-Tournament Team

The following players were members of the College World Series All-Tournament Team.[13]

Position Player School
P Andrew Beckwith Coastal Carolina
J. C. Cloney Arizona
1B Ryan Aguilar Arizona
2B Cody Ramer Arizona
3B Zach Remillard Coastal Carolina
SS Ryan Merrill TCU
C David Parrett Coastal Carolina
OF Anthony Marks Coastal Carolina
Zach Gibbons Arizona
Jared Oliva Arizona
DH Luken Baker TCU
MOP Andrew Beckwith Coastal Carolina

Final standings

Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only

Place School Record
1st Coastal Carolina 11-3
2nd Arizona 10-4
3rd Oklahoma State 7-2
TCU 7-3
5th UC Santa Barbara 6-2
No. 5 Texas Tech 6-4
7th No. 1 Florida 5-3
No. 3 Miami 5-3
9th Boston College 4-2
East Carolina 4-2
Florida State 4-2
No. 2 Louisville 3-2
No. 8 LSU 3-3
No. 6 Mississippi State 3-2
South Carolina 4-3
No. 4 Texas A&M 4-2
17th Arizona State 2-2
No. 7 Clemson 2-2
Dallas Baptist 3-2
Georgia Tech 2-2
Long Beach State 2-2
Louisiana-Lafayette 2-2
Louisiana Tech 2-2
Minnesota 2-2
NC State 3-2
Rice 3-2
South Alabama 2-2
Tulane 2-2
UNC Wilmington 2-2
William & Mary 2-2
Wright State 2-2
Xavier 2-2
33rd Cal State Fullerton 1-2
Connecticut 1-2
Florida Atlantic 1-2
Gonzaga 1-2
Navy 1-2
New Mexico 1-2
Ohio State 1-2
Rhode Island 1-2
Sam Houston State 1-2
Southeastern Louisiana 1-2
Southern Miss 1-2
Utah 1-2
Virginia 1-2
Wake Forest 1-2
Washington 1-2
Western Carolina 1-2
49th Alabama State 0-2
Bethune-Cookman 0-2
Binghamton 0-2
Bryant 0-2
Duke 0-2
Fairfield 0-2
Nebraska 0-2
Ole Miss 0-2
Oral Roberts 0-2
Princeton 0-2
Saint Mary's (CA) 0-2
Southeast Missouri State 0-2
Stetson 0-2
Utah Valley 0-2
Vanderbilt 0-2
Western Michigan 0-2

Record by conference

Conference # of Bids Record Win % RF SR WS NS CS NC
Big South 1 11-3 .786 1 1 1 1 1 1
Pac-12 4 15-10 .600 2 1 1 1 1 -
Big 12 3 20-9 .690 3 3 3 2 - -
Southeastern 7 19-17 .528 5 5 1 - - -
Atlantic Coast 10 25-21 .543 7 4 1 - - -
Big West 3 9-6 .600 2 1 1 - - -
American 3 7-6 .538 2 1 - - - -
Conference USA 4 7-8 .467 2 - - - - -
Colonial 2 4-4 .500 2 - - - - -
Sun Belt 2 4-4 .500 2 - - - - -
Big Ten 3 3-6 .333 1 - - - - -
Southland 2 2-4 .333 - - - - - -
West Coast 2 1-4 .200 - - - - - -
Other 18 11-36 .234 3 - - - - -

The columns RF, SR, WS, NS, CS, and NC respectively stand for the Regional Finals, Super Regionals, College World Series, National Semifinals, Championship Series, and National Champion.

Media coverage

Radio

NRG Media provided nationwide radio coverage of the College World Series through its Omaha station KOZN, in association with Westwood One. It was streamed at westwoodonesports.com and on TuneIn. Kevin Kugler and John Bishop called all games leading up to the Championship Series with Gary Sharp acting as the field reporter. The Championship Series was called by Kugler (Gms 1-2), Bishop (Gm 3), and Scott Graham. Ted Emrich acted as field reporter for Games 1 & 2.

Television

ESPN carried every game from the Regionals, Super Regionals, and College World Series across its networks. During the Regionals, ESPN offered a dedicated channel, ESPN Bases Loaded (carried in the same channel allotments as its "Goal Line" and "Buzzer Beater" services for football and basketball), which carried live look-ins and analysis across all games in progress, hosted by Brendan Fitzgerald and Matt Schick with Kyle Peterson providing analysis.[14]

The final game of the tournament aired on ESPNU, as the NCAA scheduled the game for an afternoon start, and there were scheduling conflicts with ESPN and ESPN2 due to UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2016 Wimbledon Championships.[15]

Broadcast assignments

See also

References

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  11. ^ "2016 Division I Baseball Championship Official Bracket". NCAA. 1 July 2016. Retrieved 2016. 
  12. ^ "2016 Division I Baseball Championship Official Bracket". NCAA. 1 July 2016. Retrieved 2016. 
  13. ^ "Most Outstanding Player Andrew Beckwith headlines 2016 CWS All-Tournament team". Omaha World-Herald. 30 June 2016. Retrieved 2016. 
  14. ^ a b c "ESPN To Carry Every NCAA Division I Baseball Regional Matchup Beginning Friday". ESPN Media Zone. Retrieved . 
  15. ^ "Swing And A Miss: ESPN Did Not Have Much Say On Start Time For CWS Final Game". Sports Business Daily. Retrieved 2016. 
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