1976 College World Series

The 1976 College World Series was played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, NE from June 11 to June 19. The thirtieth tournament's champion was the University of Arizona, coached by Jerry Kindall. The Most Outstanding Player was Steve Powers of the University of Arizona.

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