NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
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NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event2016 NCAA Division III Baseball Tournament
NCAA logo.svg
Sport College baseball
Founded 1976
No. of teams 56
Most recent
champion(s)
Cal Lutheran (1)
TV partner(s) ESPNU
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division III Baseball Championship is an annual college baseball tournament held at the culmination of the spring regular season to determine the NCAA Division III baseball champion. The tournament has been played since 1976, soon after the formation of Division III. Most of the 56 teams who qualify do so by winning an automatic bid that comes along with their conference's championship; others receive at-large bids. The initial round consists of six- and eight-team regionals held at pre-selected sites in eight regions: New England, New York, Mid-Atlantic, South, Mideast, Midwest, Central, and West. The eight regional champions advance to the final round of the Division III Baseball Championship tournament, currently held in Appleton, Wisconsin.

In both the regional and final rounds, the tournament uses a "double elimination" format, in which teams must lose twice to be eliminated.[1]

Results

NCAA Division III Baseball Championship
Year Finals Site Stadium Championship
Champion Score Runner-up
1976
Details
Marietta, OH Pioneer Park Cal State Stanislaus 13-6 Ithaca
1977
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Cal State Stanislaus 8-5 Brandeis
1978
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Glassboro State 5-3 Marietta
1979
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Glassboro State 3-0 Cal State Stanislaus
1980
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Ithaca 12-5 Marietta
1981
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Marietta 14-1212 Ithaca
1982
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Eastern Connecticut State 11-6 Cal State Stanislaus
1983
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Marietta 36-8 Otterbein
1984
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Ramapo 5-4 Marietta
1985
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Wisconsin-Oshkosh 11-6 Marietta
1986
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Marietta 11-6 Ithaca
1987
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Montclair State 13-1210 Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1988
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Bristol, CT Muzzy Field Ithaca 7-5 Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1989
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North Carolina Wesleyan 8-713 Cal State Stanislaus
1990
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Battle Creek, MI C. O. Brown Stadium Eastern Connecticut State 8-1 Aurora
1991
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Southern Maine 9-0 Trenton State
1992
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William Paterson 3-1 Cal Lutheran
1993
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Montclair State 3-1 Wisconsin-Oshkosh
1994
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Wisconsin-Oshkosh 6-2 Wesleyan (Conn.)
1995
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Salem, VA Kiwanis Field La Verne 5-3 Methodist
1996
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Salem, VA Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium William Paterson 6-5 Cal Lutheran
1997
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Southern Maine 15-1 Wooster
1998
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Eastern Connecticut State 16-1 Montclair State
1999
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North Carolina Wesleyan 1-0 St. Thomas (Minnesota)
2000
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Appleton, WI Fox Cities Stadium Montclair State 6-2 St. Thomas (Minnesota)
2001
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St. Thomas (Minnesota) 8-4 Marietta
2002
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Eastern Connecticut State 8-0 Marietta
2003
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Chapman 15-7 Christopher Newport
2004
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George Fox 6-3 Eastern Connecticut State
2005
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Wisconsin-Whitewater 11-4 Cortland
2006
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Marietta 7-2 Wheaton (MA)
2007
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Kean 5-4 Emory
2008
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Trinity (Conn.) 5-4 Johns Hopkins
2009
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St. Thomas (Minnesota) 3-2 Wooster
2010
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Illinois Wesleyan 17-5 Cortland
2011
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Marietta 18-5 Chapman
2012
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Marietta 7-2 Wheaton (Mass.)
2013
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Linfield 4-1 Southern Maine
2014
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Wisconsin-Whitewater 7-0 Emory
2015
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Cortland 11-3, 6-2 Wisconsin-La Crosse
2016
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Trinity (TX) 14-6, 10-7 Keystone
2017
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Cal Lutheran 2-12, 12-4, 7-2 Washington & Jefferson
2018
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See also

References

  1. ^ "Baseball : Division III : Results" (PDF). Fs.ncaa.org. Retrieved . 

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