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2017 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
2017 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season 2017
Teams 64
Finals Site
Champions Florida(1st title)
Runner-Up LSU (18th CWS Appearance)
Winning coach Kevin O'Sullivan(1st title)
Television ESPN Networks

The 2017 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament began on June 1, 2017 as part of the 2017 NCAA Division I baseball season. The 64-team, double-elimination tournament concluded with the 2017 College World Series (CWS) in Omaha, Nebraska. The CWS started on June 17 and ended on June 27.[1]

The 64 participating NCAA Division I college baseball teams were selected out of an eligible 299 teams.[2] Thirty-one teams were awarded an automatic bid as champions of their conferences, and 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 then faced each other in Super Regionals, a best-of-three-game series, to determine the eight participants in the College World Series.[1]

Bids

Automatic bids

School Conference Record (Conf) Berth Last NCAA Appearance
UMBC America East 23-23 (11-9) Tournament 2001 (Wilson Regional)
Houston American 40-19 (15-9) Tournament 2015 (Houston Regional)
Florida State ACC 39-20 (14-14) Tournament 2016 (Tallahassee Regional)
Florida Gulf Coast Atlantic Sun 42-18 (13-8) Tournament First Appearance
Davidson Atlantic 10 32-24 (13-11) Tournament First Appearance
Oklahoma State Big 12 30-25 (8-14) Tournament 2016 (Clemson Regional)
Xavier Big East 32-25 (10-6) Tournament 2016 (Nashville Regional)
Radford Big South 27-30 (11-13) Tournament 2015 (Nashville Regional)
Iowa Big Ten 38-20 (15-9) Tournament 2015 (Springfield Regional)
Long Beach State Big West 37-17-1 (20-4) Regular Season 2016 (Coral Gables Regional)
Delaware Colonial 34-21 (15-9) Tournament 2001 (Columbus Regional)
Rice Conference USA 31-29 (17-14) Tournament 2016 (Baton Rouge Regional)
UIC Horizon 39-15 (22-8) Tournament 2008 (College Station Regional)
Yale Ivy League 30-16 (16-4) Championship Series 1993 (Central I Regional)
Marist Metro Atlantic 32-21 (16-8) Tournament 2009 (Tallahassee Regional)
Ohio Mid-American 31-26 (13-11) Tournament 2015 (Champaign Regional)
Bethune-Cookman Mid-Eastern 33-23 (15-8) Tournament 2016 (Gainesville Regional)
Dallas Baptist Missouri Valley 40-19 (15-6) Tournament 2016 (Lubbock Regional)
San Diego State Mountain West 41-19 (20-10) Tournament 2015 (Lake Elsinore Regional)
Central Connecticut Northeast 36-20 (21-7) Tournament 2010 (Tallahassee Regional)
Tennessee Tech Ohio Valley 40-19 (23-7) Tournament 2009 (Clemson Regional)
Oregon State Pac-12 49-4 (27-3) Regular Season 2015 (Dallas Regional)
Holy Cross Patriot 23-25 (12-8) Tournament 1978 (Northeast Regional)
LSU Southeastern 43-17 (21-9) Tournament 2016 (Baton Rouge Regional)
UNC Greensboro Southern 35-22 (14-10) Tournament 1997 (South I Regional)
Sam Houston Southland 40-20 (19-11) Tournament 2016 (Lafayette Regional)
Texas Southern Southwestern Athletic 20-32 (14-10) Tournament 2015 (College Station Regional)
Oral Roberts Summit 42-14 (25-4) Tournament 2016 (Fort Worth Regional)
South Alabama Sun Belt 39-19 (22-8) Tournament 2016 (Tallahassee Regional)
BYU West Coast 37-19 (20-7) Tournament 2002 (Los Angeles Regional)
Sacramento State Western Athletic 32-27 (12-12) Tournament 2014 (San Luis Obispo Regional)

By conference

National seeds

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

  1. Oregon State
  2. North Carolina +
  3. Florida
  4. LSU
  5. Texas Tech +
  6. TCU
  7. Louisville
  8. Stanford +

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.

Corvallis Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Oregon State 8  
4 Holy Cross 2  
  1 Oregon State 11  
  3 Yale 0  
3 Yale 5
2 Nebraska 1  
  1 Oregon State 8 -  
Corvallis Regional - Goss Stadium at Coleman Field
  3 Yale 1 -  
4 Holy Cross 7  
2 Nebraska 4  
  4 Holy Cross 5
  3 Yale 9  
  1 Oregon State 8 9 -
  Vanderbilt 4 2 -
1 Clemson 5  
4 4  
  1 Clemson 4
  2 Vanderbilt 9  
3 St. John's 4
2 Vanderbilt 13  
  2 Vanderbilt 0 8
Clemson Regional - Doug Kingsmore Stadium
  1 Clemson 6 0  
4 UNC Greensboro 3  
3 St. John's 1  
  4 UNC Greensboro 3
  1 Clemson 6  

Long Beach Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Stanford 10  
4 0  
  1 Stanford 1  
  2 4  
3 BYU 2
2 13  
  2 4 -  
Stanford Regional - Klein Field at Sunken Diamond
  1 Stanford 2 -  
4 Sacramento State 1  
3 BYU 6  
  3 BYU 1
  1 Stanford 9  
  0 12 2
  Long Beach State 3 0 1
1 Long Beach State 6  
4 San Diego State 0  
  1 Long Beach State 3
  2 Texas 512  
3 UCLA 2
2 Texas 3  
  2 Texas 3 1
Long Beach Regional - Blair Field
  1 Long Beach State 4 2  
4 San Diego State 3  
3 UCLA 213  
  4 San Diego State 4
  1 Long Beach State 7  

Tallahassee Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Texas Tech 5  
4 Delaware 2  
  1 Texas Tech 6  
  3 Sam Houston State 0  
3 Sam Houston State 5
2 Arizona 4  
  1 Texas Tech 8 3  
Lubbock Regional - Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park
  3 9 4  
4 Delaware 5  
2 Arizona 612  
  2 Arizona 3
  3 Sam Houston State 9  
  6 0 -
  Florida State 7 19 -
1 Florida State 1  
4 Tennessee Tech 3  
  4 Tennessee Tech 3
  3 Auburn 5  
3 Auburn 7
2 UCF 4  
  3 Auburn 7 0
  1 Florida State 810 6  
1 Florida State 6  
2 UCF 1  
  1 Florida State 5
  4 Tennessee Tech 3  

Baton Rouge Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 LSU 15  
4 Texas Southern 7  
  1 LSU 11  
  2 6  
3 Rice 6
2 12  
  1 LSU 5 -  
Baton Rouge Regional - Alex Box Stadium
  3 Rice 0 -  
4 Texas Southern 6  
3 Rice 13  
  3 Rice 9
  2 5  
  4 LSU 4 14 -
  Mississippi State 3 4 -
1 Southern Miss 8  
4 UIC 7  
  1 Southern Miss 8
  3 South Alabama 3  
3 South Alabama 6
2 Mississippi State 3  
  1 Southern Miss 1 6
Hattiesburg Regional - Pete Taylor Park
  2 Mississippi State 8 8  
4 UIC 4  
2 Mississippi State 5  
  2 Mississippi State 7
  3 South Alabama 3  

Gainesville Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Florida 10  
4 Marist 6  
  1 Florida 5  
  2 South Florida 112  
3 Bethune-Cookman 1
2 South Florida 9  
  1 Florida 2 6  
Gainesville Regional - Alfred A. McKethan Stadium
  3 Bethune-Cookman 6 1  
4 Marist 2  
3 Bethune-Cookman 4  
  3 Bethune-Cookman 6
  2 South Florida 4  
  3 Florida 2 6 3
  Wake Forest 111 811 0
1 Wake Forest 11  
4 UMBC 3  
  1 Wake Forest 4
  2 West Virginia 3  
3 Maryland 1
2 West Virginia 9  
  1 Wake Forest 12 -
  2 West Virginia 8 -  
4 UMBC 2  
3 Maryland 16  
  3 Maryland 5
  2 West Virginia 8  

Fort Worth Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 TCU 9  
4 6  
  1 TCU 5  
  2 Virginia 1  
3 Dallas Baptist 3
2 Virginia 6  
  1 TCU 15 -  
Fort Worth Regional - Lupton Stadium
  3 Dallas Baptist 3 -  
4 Central Connecticut State 5  
3 Dallas Baptist 6  
  3 Dallas Baptist 11
  2 Virginia 8  
  6 TCU 3 8 -
  Missouri State 2 1 -
1 Arkansas 3  
4 Oral Roberts 0  
  1 Arkansas 4
  2 Missouri State 5  
3 Oklahoma State 5
2 Missouri State 6  
  2 Missouri State 10 3
Fayetteville Regional - Baum Stadium
  1 Arkansas 11 2  
4 Oral Roberts 14  
3 Oklahoma State 6  
  4 Oral Roberts 3
  1 Arkansas 4  

Louisville Super Regional

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 Louisville 11  
4 Radford 6  
  1 Louisville 11  
  2 Oklahoma 1  
3 Xavier 2
2 Oklahoma 7  
  1 Louisville 8 -  
Louisville Regional - Jim Patterson Stadium
  3 Xavier 7 -  
4 Radford 1  
3 Xavier 3  
  3 Xavier 11
  2 Oklahoma 0  
  7 Louisville 5 6 -
  Kentucky 2 2 -
1 Kentucky 6  
4 Ohio 4  
  1 Kentucky 4
  3 NC State 5  
3 NC State 7
2 Indiana 612  
  3 NC State 6 5
Lexington Regional - Cliff Hagan Stadium
  1 Kentucky 8 10  
4 Ohio 2  
2 Indiana 11  
  2 Indiana 9
  1 Kentucky 14  

College Station Super Regional

Hosted by Texas A&M at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park

  Regional Regional Regional Final Super Regional
                                           
1 North Carolina 4  
4 Davidson 8  
  4 Davidson 2  
  2 1  
3 Michigan 6
2 10  
  4 Davidson 2 -  
Chapel Hill Regional - Boshamer Stadium
  1 North Carolina 1 -  
1 North Carolina 8  
3 Michigan 1  
  1 North Carolina 10
  2 Florida Gulf Coast 1  
  Davidson 6 6 -
  Texas A&M 715 12 -
1 Houston 3  
4 Iowa 6  
  4 Iowa 2
  3 Texas A&M 3  
3 Texas A&M 8
2 Baylor 5  
  3 Texas A&M 4 -
Houston Regional - Schroeder Park
  1 Houston 3 -  
1 Houston 17  
2 Baylor 3  
  1 Houston 7
  4 Iowa 5  

College World Series

The College World Series is held at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head coach Previous CWS appearances CWS best finish CWS W-L record
Big West 39-22 (15-9) 17
(last: 2015)
1st
(1979, 1984, 1995, 2004)
34-29
Florida SEC 47-18 (21-9) O'Sullivan, KevinKevin O'Sullivan 10
(last: 2016)
2nd
(2005, 2011)
14-21
Florida State ACC 45-21 (14-14) Martin, MikeMike Martin 21
(last: 2012)
2nd
(1970, 1986, 1999)
28-42
Louisville ACC 52-10 (23-6) McDonnell, DanDan McDonnell 3
(last: 2014)
5th
(2007)
1-6
LSU SEC 48-17 (21-9) Mainieri, PaulPaul Mainieri 17
(last: 2015)
1st
36-24
Oregon State Pac-12 54-4 (27-3) Casey, PatPat Casey 5
(last: 2013)
1st
(2006, 2007)
13-8
TCU Big 12 47-16 (16-8) 4
(last: 2016)
3rd
(2010, 2015, 2016)
8-8
Texas A&M SEC 41-21 (16-14) Childress, RobRob Childress 5
(last: 2011)
5th
(1951, 1993)
2-10

Bracket

Seeds listed below (in the column before each team's name) indicate national seeds only

  First round Second round Semifinals Championship series
                                           
1 Oregon State 6  
5  
  1 Oregon State 13  
  4 LSU 1  
Florida State 4
4 LSU 5  
  1 Oregon State 1 1  
  4 LSU 3 6  
Cal State Fullerton 4  
Florida State 6  
  Florida State 4
  4 LSU 7  
  4 LSU 3 1 -
  3 Florida 4 6 -
3 Florida 3  
6 TCU 0  
  3 Florida 5
  7 Louisville 1  
7 Louisville 8
Texas A&M 4  
  3 Florida 2 3
  6 TCU 9 0  
6 TCU 4  
Texas A&M 1  
  6 TCU 4
  7 Louisville 3  

Game results

Date Game Winning team Score Losing team Winning pitcher Losing pitcher Save Notes
June 17 Game 1 6-5 Jake Mulholland (7-1) Blake Workman (6-3)
Game 2 LSU 5-4 Florida State Jared Poché (11-3) Tyler Holton (10-3) Zack Hess (2)
June 18 Game 3 Louisville 8-4 Texas A&M Corbin Martin (7-4) -
Game 4 Florida 3-0 TCU Alex Faedo (8-2) Jared Janczak (9-1) Michael Byrne (17)
June 19 Game 5 Florida State 6-4 Cal State Fullerton Chase Haney (3-2) Jack Pabich (1-3) Drew Carlton (7)
Game 6 Oregon State 13-1 LSU Bryce Fehmel (6-2) Eric Walker (8-2) -
June 20 Game 7 TCU 4-1 Texas A&M Brian Howard (12-3) Stephen Kolek (4-5) Sean Wymer (2) Texas A&M eliminated
Game 8 Florida 5-1 Louisville Brady Singer (8-5) Kade McClure (8-4) -
June 21 Game 9 LSU 7-4 Florida State Jared Poché (12-3) Cole Sands (6-4) Zack Hess (3) Florida State eliminated
June 22 TCU 4-3 Louisville Sean Wymer (6-4) Nick Bennett (5-1) - Louisville eliminated
Game 11 LSU 3-1 Oregon State Alex Lange (10-5) Zack Hess (4)
Game 12 TCU 9-2 Florida Charles King (1-3) Jackson Kowar (12-1) -
June 24 Game 13 LSU 6-1 Oregon State Caleb Gilbert (7-1) Bryce Fehmel (6-3) - Oregon State eliminated
Game 14 Florida 3-0 TCU Alex Faedo (9-2) Jared Janczak (9-2) Michael Byrne (18) TCU eliminated
Finals
June 26 Game 1 Florida 4-3 LSU Brady Singer (9-5) Michael Byrne (19)
June 27 Game 2 Florida 6-1 LSU Tyler Dyson (4-0) Jared Poché (12-4) Jackson Kowar (1) Florida wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

The following players were members of the College World Series All-Tournament Team.[3]

Position Player School
P Alex Faedo Florida
Brady Singer Florida
1B Drew Mendoza Florida State
2B Nick Madrigal Oregon State
3B Dylan Busby Florida State
SS Timmy Richards Cal State Fullerton
C Michael Papierski LSU
OF Antoine Duplantis LSU
Austin Langworthy Florida
Zach Watson LSU
DH Brendan McKay Louisville
MOP Alex Faedo Florida

Final standings

Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only

Place School Record
1st No. 3 Florida 10-3
2nd No. 4 LSU 9-3
3rd No. 1 Oregon St 7-2
No. 6 TCU 8-2
5th Florida State 7-3
No. 7 Louisville 6-2
7th Cal State Fullerton 5-3
Texas A&M 5-2
9th Davidson 3-2
Kentucky 4-3
Long Beach St. 5-3
Mississippi State 4-3
Missouri State 3-3
Sam Houston St. 4-3
Vanderbilt 3-3
Wake Forest 4-2
17th Arkansas 3-2
Auburn 2-2
Bethune-Cookman 2-2
Clemson 3-2
Dallas Baptist 2-2
Houston 2-2
NC State 2-2
No. 2 North Carolina 2-2
Rice 2-2
Southern Miss 2-2
No. 8 Stanford 2-2
Texas 2-2
No. 5 Texas Tech 2-2
West Virginia 2-2
Xavier 2-2
Yale 2-2
33rd Arizona 1-2
BYU 1-2
Florida Gulf Coast 1-2
Holy Cross 1-2
Indiana 1-2
Iowa 1-2
Maryland 1-2
Oklahoma 1-2
Oral Roberts 1-2
San Diego State 1-2
South Alabama 1-2
South Florida 1-2
Southeastern Louisiana 1-2
Tennessee Tech 1-2
UNC Greensboro 1-2
Virginia 1-2
49th Baylor 0-2
Central Connecticut State 0-2
Delaware 0-2
Marist 0-2
Michigan 0-2
Nebraska 0-2
Ohio 0-2
Oklahoma State 0-2
Radford 0-2
Sacramento State 0-2
St. John's 0-2
Texas Southern 0-2
UCF 0-2
UCLA 0-2
UIC 0-2
UMBC 0-2

Record by conference

Conference # of Bids Record Win % RF SR WS NS CS NC
SEC 8 40-21 .656 8 6 3 2 2 1
Big 12 7 15-14 .517 4 1 1 1 - -
Pac-12 4 10-8 .556 2 1 1 1 - -
ACC 7 25-15 .625 6 3 2 - - -
Big West 2 10-6 .625 2 2 1 - - -
Missouri Valley 2 5-5 .500 2 1 - - - -
Southland 2 5-5 .500 1 1 - - - -
Atlantic 10 1 3-2 .600 1 1 - - - -
Conference USA 2 4-4 .500 2 - - - - -
American 3 3-6 .333 1 - - - - -
Big East 2 2-4 .333 1 - - - - -
Big Ten 5 3-10 .231 - - - - - -
Other 19 13-38 .255 2 - - - - -

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

Media coverage

Radio

NRG Media has once again contracted to provide nationwide radio coverage of the College World Series through its Omaha station KOZN, in association with Westwood One. It will once again be streamed at westwoodonesports.com, on TuneIn, and on SiriusXM. Kevin Kugler and John Bishop are contracted to call all games leading up to the Championship Series with Gary Sharp acting as the field reporter. The Championship Series will be called by Kugler and Scott Graham with Ted Emrich acting as field reporter.

Television

ESPN will carry every game from the Regionals, Super Regionals, and College World Series across its networks. During the Regionals and Super Regionals ESPN will once again offer 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 will carry live look-ins and analysis across all games in progress.

Broadcast assignments

References


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