2006 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament - Tournament Performance By Conference

Tournament Performance By Conference

Conference Tournament Record Percentage Schools to Super Regionals Schools to CWS
ACC 25-7 0.781 Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina
Big West 5-2 0.714 Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton
Pacific-10 10-6 0.625 Oregon St, Stanford Oregon St
Mid-Con 3-2 0.600 Oral Roberts
SEC 24-17 0.585 Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, South Carolina Georgia
Missouri Valley 5-4 0.556
Conference USA 8-7 0.533 Rice Rice
Southern 4-4 0.500 College of Charleston
Western Athletic 4-4 0.500
Metro Atlantic 2-2 0.500
Big 12 15-16 0.484 Missouri, Oklahoma
Sun Belt 3-4 0.429
WCC 4-6 0.400
Big South 2-4 0.333
Big Ten 1-2 0.333
Colonial 1-2 0.333
Mid-American 1-2 0.333
Mountain West 1-2 0.333
Atlantic Sun 1-4 0.200
America East 0-2 0.000
Atlantic 10 0-2 0.000
Big East 0-2 0.000
Horizon 0-2 0.000
Ivy 0-2 0.000
Mid-Eastern 0-2 0.000
Northeast 0-2 0.000
Ohio Valley 0-2 0.000
Patriot 0-2 0.000
Southland 0-2 0.000
Southwestern Athletic 0-2 0.000

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