College World Series
The College World Series or CWS is an annual baseball tournament held in Omaha, Nebraska that is the culmination of the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, which determines the NCAA Division I college baseball champion. The eight teams are split into two, four-team, double-elimination brackets, with the winner of each bracket playing in the best-of-three championship series. The tournament takes place in June of each year.
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... College World Series Championships 1947–present CWS Appearances 1947–present NCAA Tournament Appearances 1947–present Conference Championships SWC 1914–19. 1997 WAC 47-16.746 20-9.690 Won WAC Tournament, 4-0 Won Central Regional, 4-0 Lost College World Series, 0-2 #8 USA Today #8 Baseball America #7 Collegiate Baseball Matt Anderson All American Lance. 788 28-2.933 Won Houston Regional, 3-1 Won Houston Super Regional 2-0 Lost College World Series, 0-2 #4 National Seed #6 NCBWA #6 USA Today #5 Baseball America #7 Collegiate Baseball ...
... without the benefit a true home field (instead splitting games between Long Beach City College, Cerritos College, and Blair Field) ... Long Beach State exploded onto the college baseball scene in 1989, winning their first 18 games right out of the starting gate ... character as they fought their way to a Regional victory and reached the College World Series, another school first ...
1915 10–5 — 1916 16–2 — 1917 16–1 — 1918 John Miller 11–3 — 1919 No Team Due To World War I 1920 John Miller 8–8 — 1921 11–5–1 — 1922. 3 Final CB Poll 1964 26–5–1 19-0 Big Eight Champions, College World Series Runner Up, No ...
... USC Trojans 1973 College World Series Champions Marvin Cobb Rich Dauer Anthony Davis Steve Kemp Dennis Littlejohn Fred Lynn Russ McQueen George Milke Randy Scarbery Roy Smalley III Head Coach Rod Dedeaux ...
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