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Aug 04 - Aug 08, 2021 · T O U R N A M E N T D E T A I L S: · T O U R N A M E N T F E E S: · This Event will be Scouted by Prep Baseball Report (PBR). The Tournament of Champions is a select baseball Tournament that will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada that occurs from 2021-09-11 00:00:00 to 2021-09-12. Teams from the US States and CANADA Provinces listed below have competed in Champions Events Softball & Baseball Tournaments.

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NCAA Division I Baseball Championship

US collegiate sports tournament

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The NCAA Division I Baseball Championship is held each year from May through June and features 64 college baseball teams in the United States, culminating in the eight-team College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. Mississippi State is the 2021 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament champion, defeating runner-up Vanderbilt 9-0 in Game 3 to win the 2021 College World Series championship finals.

Tournament format[edit]

The tournament is unique in that it features four tiers of competition, alternating between double-elimination brackets and best-of-three series. In fact, throughout the entire 64-team tournament, a team can lose a total of four games and still be crowned champions.

During team selection, sixteen teams are given "national seeds". The top eight of these teams automatically host a super regional if they advance past the regional round, assuming that they have the facilities to do so. Only 2 times has a national seed not hosted due to lack of proper facilities. As in other NCAA tournaments, conference champions (usually determined by a tournament) receive automatic bids, and the selection committee fills the remaining spots.

The first tier, called Regionals, consists of 16 locations that include four teams, seeded 1 through 4, competing in a double-elimination bracket. The 16 host sites are determined mostly by merit – most No. 1 seeds host – but are also contested by bids from schools guaranteeing the NCAA a certain amount of revenue from that regional. Host teams traditionally have a large advantage, although the home team for each game is determined by rule, so the host school sometimes plays as the visiting team. The winner of each regional moves on to the second tier, the Super Regionals.

Super Regionals are played at eight locations throughout the country and consist of the 16 surviving teams, matched up by predetermined regional pairings. National seeds 1-8 cannot meet each other in the super regional and are guaranteed to host. If the higher national seed in the bracket is eliminated in the regional stage, but the lower national seed advances, the super regional will be played at the national seeded team's field. If the two seeds are not national seeds, the Super Regional will be bid upon by the two competing teams. If the national seed wins the regional but is unable to host, the Super Regional is awarded to the other regional winner in its bracket. This scenario played out in 2015 when national seed Missouri State could not host a Super Regional because the minor leagueSpringfield Cardinals, which have scheduling priority at the stadium where both teams play, were playing a home series at that time. The Super Regional was thus awarded to Arkansas. The two teams play a best-of-three series to determine who moves on to the College World Series. Although one school hosts all three games, the teams split home-team status in the first two games, with the host school batting last in the opening game and first in game 2. If a third game is needed, a coin toss determines home-team status.

The final eight teams meet in Omaha, Nebraska in the College World Series. The CWS mimics the earlier rounds, consisting of two double-elimination brackets of four teams each. Thereafter, the winners of each bracket meet in a best-of-three final. The winner of this final series wins the College World Series and is crowned the national champion.

Team titles[edit]

NCAA Division I Baseball Championship is located in the United States
USC

USC

LSU

LSU

Texas

Texas

Arizona State

Arizona State

Arizona

Arizona

Cal State Fullerton

Cal State Fullerton

Miami

Miami

Minnesota

Minnesota

Oregon State

Oregon State

California

California

Michigan

Michigan

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

South Carolina

South Carolina

Stanford

Stanford

Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt

Coastal Carolina

Coastal Carolina

Florida

Florida

Fresno State

Fresno
State

Georgia

Georgia

Holy Cross

Holy
Cross

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

Missouri

Missouri

Ohio State

Ohio
State

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

Pepperdine

Pepperdine

Rice

Rice

឴឴឵UCLA

឴឴឵UCLA

Virginia

Virginia

Wake Forest

Wake Forest

Wichita State

Wichita State

Schools that have won the NCAA Championship
Gold pog.svg– 12 championships, Blue pog.svg– 6 championships, Red pog.svg– 5 championships, Green pog.svg– 4 championships, Cyan pog.svg– 3 championships,
Black pog.svg– 2 championships, White pog.svg– 1 championship
School # Years
USC121948, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1998
LSU61991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2009
Texas61949, 1950, 1975, 1983, 2002, 2005
Arizona State51965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981
Arizona41976, 1980, 1986, 2012
Cal State Fullerton41979, 1984, 1995, 2004
Miami (FL)41982, 1985, 1999, 2001
Minnesota31956, 1960, 1964
Oregon State32006, 2007, 2018
California21947, 1957
Michigan21953, 1962
Oklahoma21951, 1994
South Carolina22010, 2011
Stanford21987, 1988
Vanderbilt22014, 2019
Coastal Carolina12016
Florida12017
Fresno State12008
Georgia11990
Holy Cross11952
Mississippi State12021
Missouri11954
Ohio State11966
Oklahoma State11959
Pepperdine11992
Rice12003
UCLA12013
Virginia12015
Wake Forest11955
Wichita State11989

Appearances[edit]

Teams with at least 35 total appearances through the 2021 tournament are listed.

  1. ^Does not include one appearance ordered to be vacated by the NCAA.

Most appearances without a title[edit]

The top five teams in this category, through the 2021 tournament, are listed.

Most NCAA tournament appearances without a CWS appearance[edit]

The top five teams in this category (including ties), through the ongoing 2021 tournament, are listed.

Appearances by team[edit]

1947–1974[edit]

From 1947 through 1974, the NCAA Tournament was divided into static geographic districts. Each district would send a representative to the College World Series.

  • In 1947, the eight representatives played in two sets of single elimination playoffs, with only the two winners advancing to the College World Series in Kalamazoo.
  • In 1948, the eight representatives played in two sets of double elimination playoffs, with only the two winners advancing to the College World Series in Kalamazoo.
  • In 1949, the eight representatives played in four sets of best-of-three series, with only the four winners advancing to the College World Series in Wichita.
  • From 1950 through 1953, the eight representatives all advanced to the College World Series in Omaha, but the participants in various district playoffs and tournaments are not considered to have been part of the NCAA Tournament.
  • From 1954 through 1974, each district selected its representative either by committee, or after a district tournament consisting of 2 to 6 teams. Any team that participated in a district tournament is considered to have played in the NCAA Tournament.

The code in each cell represents the furthest the team made it in the respective tournament:

  •  D  Team played in a District tournament, but did not win it (1954–1974).
  •  P  Team was the district representative but did not reach the College World Series (1947–1949).
  •  WS  Team advanced to the College World Series, but was not one of the top two teams.
  •  RU  National Runner-up
  •  CH  National Champion
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SchoolCurrent Conf.
171610USCCHWSWSDWSCHRUCHCHWSWSCHCHCHCHCHCHPac-12
663Arizona StateWSCHCHCHRURUPac-12
1043MinnesotaCHDDCHCHDDDWSDBig Ten
22162TexasPCHCHWSRUDWSDDWSWSWSWSWSDWSWSWSDWSWSWSBig 12
322MichiganCHDCHBig Ten
222CaliforniaCHCHPac-12
1181Oklahoma StatePPWSWSCHWSRURUWSWSDBig 12
761MissouriRUCHRUWSWSRUDSEC
941Holy CrossCHDDWSDWSWSDDPatriot
741OklahomaPCHDDWSWSWSBig 12
541Ohio StateWSDRUCHWSBig Ten
421Wake ForestRUCHDDACC
19100Northern ColoradoPPWSWSDWSDWSWSWSWSWSWSDDDDDWSSummit
1390ArizonaWSWSRUDWSRUWSDDRUWSWSDPac-12
1060Western MichiganWSRUDWSWSWSDWSDDMid-American
1450Penn StateWSDDRUDWSDWSDDDDWSDBig Ten
1350Florida StateDWSDDDWSWSWSDDDRUDACC
1440St. John'sWSDDDWSDDDDWSDWSDDBig East
1040ConnecticutWSDWSDDDWSDDWSAmerican
940Boston CollegePWSDWSWSDDDWSACC
840Southern IllinoisDDRUWSDRUDWSMissouri Valley
740LafayettePWSWSDWSWSDPatriot
540HarvardWSWSDWSWSIvy League
440Ole MissWSWSWSWSSEC
630Washington StateRUWSDDWSDPac-12
630Seton HallWSDDWSDWSBig East
530DukeWSWSDDWSACC
820MassachusettsWSDDDDWSDDAtlantic 10
620BradleyWSWSDDDDMissouri Valley
620TulsaRUDWSDDDAmerican
520ClemsonPDWSWSDACC
520NYUPWSDDWSD2
520North CarolinaPWSDWSDACC
520SpringfieldWSDWSDDD3
520HoustonWSDDDRUAmerican
420Texas A&MWSDDWSSEC
420BYUDDWSWSWest Coast
320Iowa StateWSWSDno team anymore
220YaleRURUIvy League
810Notre DamePDWSDDDDDACC
810OhioDDDDDDWSDMid-American
710Fresno StateDDWSDDDDMountain West
710Santa ClaraDRUDDDDDWest Coast
610UTRGVDDWSDDDWAC
510WyomingDDWSDDno team anymore
510IthacaDDWSDDD3
510TempleDDDWSDAmerican
410RutgersWSDDDBig Ten
410ColgateWSDDDno team anymore
410DelawareDDDWSColonial
410DartmouthDDDWSIvy League
410Saint LouisDDWSDAtlantic 10
410NortheasternDWSDDColonial
410Mississippi StateDDDWSSEC
310UtahWSDDPac-12
310Oregon StateWSDDPac-12
310Georgia SouthernDWSDSouthland
310RiderDDWSMAAC
310NC StateWSDDACC
310Miami (FL)DDRUACC
210AlabamaWSDSEC
210PrincetonWSDIvy League
210RollinsRUDD2
210OregonWSDPac-12
210Michigan StateWSDBig Ten
210New HampshireWSDAmerica East
210AuburnDWSSEC
110Colorado StateWSno team anymore
110TuftsWSD3
110WisconsinWSno team anymore
110TennesseeRUSEC
110SyracuseWSACC
110MaineWSAmerica East
110UCLAWSPac-12
110IowaWSBig Ten
600West VirginiaDDDDDDBig 12
600Air ForceDDDDDDMountain West
600ProvidenceDDDDDDBig East
500DenverPDDDDSummit
500CincinnatiDDDDDAmerican
500ValparaisoDDDDDMissouri Valley
500DetroitDDDDDno team anymore
500East CarolinaDDDDDAmerican
400IllinoisPPDDBig Ten
400Boston UniversityDDDDno team anymore
400VillanovaDDDDBig East
400PepperdineDDDDWest Coast
300George WashingtonDDDAtlantic 10
300FloridaDDDSEC
300ColbyDDDD3
300MarylandDDDBig Ten
300IdahoDDDno team anymore
300Weber StateDDDno team anymore
300Trinity (TX)DDDD3
200Virginia TechDDACC
200AlmaDDD3
200San Jose StateDDWAC
200VermontDDno team anymore
200PortlandDDWest Coast
200Northern IowaDDno team anymore
200PittsburghDDACC
200Georgia TechDDACC
200Cal Poly PomonaDDD2
200FurmanDDSouthern
200Ball StateDDMid-American
200Cal State Los AngelesDDD2
200BuffaloDDMid-American
200GonzagaDDWest Coast
200St. Joseph'sDDAtlantic 10
200South AlabamaDDSun Belt
200Miami (OH)DDMid-American
200VanderbiltDDSEC
100BaylorPBig 12
100NavyDPatriot
100AshlandDD2
100SeattleDWAC
100WillametteDD3
100TCUDBig 12
100Tennessee TechDOhio Valley
100North Dakota StateDSummit
100ManhattanDMAAC
100LafayettteDPatriot
100NorthwesternDBig Ten
100OccidentalDD3
100WashingtonDPac-12
100The CitadelDSouthern
100American InternationalDD2
100Florida SouthernDD2
100BridgeportDno team anymore
100GettysburgDD3
100New MexicoDMountain West
100Kent StateDMid-American
100La SalleDAtlantic 10
100Cal State NorthridgeDBig West
100Long Beach StateDBig West
100Arkansas StateDSun Belt
100Central MichiganDMid-American
100JacksonvilleDASUN
100UC Santa BarbaraDBig West
100RichmondDAtlantic 10
100VirginiaDACC
100Bowling GreenDMid-American
100LIUDNortheast
100Northern IllinoisDMid-American
100ArkansasDSEC
100Oral RobertsDSummit
100CreightonDBig East
100Appalachian StateDSun Belt
100MarshallDConference USA
100South CarolinaDSEC
100Louisiana TechDConference USA

1975–1998[edit]

From 1975 through 1998, the NCAA Tournament consisted of eight regionals, the winners of each advanced to the College World Series. However, unlike previous tournaments, there was no requirement that the regions consist of an exact set of states.

The code in each cell represents the furthest the team made it in the respective tournament:

  •  R  Team was selected for a Regional, but did not win it.
  •  WS  Team advanced to the College World Series, but was not one of the top two teams.
  •  RU  National Runner-up
  •  CH  National Champion

Starting in 1982, the NCAA identified 5 teams as national seeds and ensured they played in different regionals. Starting in 1987, the NCAA identified the top 8 national seeds and put them in different regionals. These national seeds are shown with single underline. These national seeds often hosted the Regional round, but not at the near-automatic rate of hosting in the modern NCAA Tournament.

APP WS CH 757677787980818283848586878889909192939495969798
SchoolCurrent Conf.
14104LSURRWSWSWSWSCHRCHWSRCHCHWSSEC
2093Cal State FullertonWSRRRCHRRWSRCHRWSWSRURWSCHRRRBig West
1153ArizonaRCHRWSCHWSCHRRRRPac-12
24162Miami (FL)RRRWSWSWSWSCHRWSCHWSRWSWSRRWSRWSWSRUWSWSACC
17122Arizona StateWSWSCHRUCHRWSWSWSRURRRWSWSRRUPac-12
20112TexasCHRWSRWSWSCHRURURWSRRURRWSWSRRRBig 12
1682StanfordRWSWSRWSRCHCHWSRRRWSRWSRPac-12
1432USCRRCHRRRRRRRRURRCHPac-12
1771Wichita StateRRRURRRWSCHRRUWSRURRWSRRAmerican
1751OklahomaWSWSRRRRRRRRRRWSCHWSRRBig 12
1321PepperdineRRWSRRRRRRRCHRRWest Coast
321GeorgiaWSCHRSEC
23110Florida StateWSRRRWSRRRRRRUWSRWSRWSWSRWSWSWSRWSACC
19100Oklahoma StateRRUWSWSWSWSWSRURRRURRWSRRWSRRBig 12
1960ClemsonRWSWSRRWSRRRRRWSRRRWSWSRRACC
1660Mississippi StateRWSWSRRWSRRRWSRRRRWSWSSEC
1160MaineRWSRWSWSWSWSWSRRRAmerica East
1450South CarolinaRURRU
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Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament
Big 12 Championships logo.svg
SportBaseball
ConferenceBig 12 Conference
Number of teams8
Formattwo 4-team double-elimination brackets, winners face off in the championship game
Current stadiumChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Current locationOklahoma City, Oklahoma
Played1997–present
Last contest2021
Current championTCU (3)
Most championshipsTexas (5)
TV partner(s)Fox College Sports (all games prior to final)
Fox Sports Net (championship game only)
Official websiteBig12Sports.com Baseball
Phillips 66
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark (1998–2001, 2003, 2005–2014, 2016–2019)
ONEOK Field (2015)
Globe Life Park in Arlington (2002, 2004)
All Sports Stadium (1997)
Oklahoma City (1997–2001, 2003, 2005–2014, 2016–2019)
Tulsa, Oklahoma (2015)
Arlington, Texas (2002, 2004)

The Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament (sometimes known simply as the Big 12 Tournament) is the conference championship tournament in baseball for the Big 12 Conference. Going back to the original format abandoned in 2005, the tournament consists of two separate four-team double-elimination tournaments. The winners of each of those tournament face each other in a one-game match for the championship. The winner receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.

History[edit]

The Big 12 Tournament was first played in 1997 at All Sports Stadium in Oklahoma City, before moving to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballparkthe following year. The tournament has been played in Oklahoma City each year, save for 2002 and 2004, when the event was played in Arlington, Texas at the home park of Major League Baseball's Texas Rangers. Over its 10-plus year history, the tournament has had three distinct formats.

1997–98[edit]

See also: 1997 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

In 1997 and 1998, the top six teams were invited to play in a double elimination tournament with no byes for any teams. The format mirrored the regional round of the NCAA tournament at that time.

1999–2005[edit]

See also: 1999 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

Beginning in 1999, the tournament expanded to eight teams and followed the format of the College World Series. It consisted of two 4-team double-elimination brackets, with the winners facing off in a final championship game. The format mirrors that of the tournament format used by the Southeastern Conference, which continues to use this bracket.

2006–2010[edit]

See also: 2006 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament

In 2006 the tournament moved to a round-robin format. In this format, two pools of four teams play each other with the winners of each pool playing a one-game championship match. This format ended in 2010.

2011–Present[edit]

Starting with the 2011 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament, the tournament went back to the format used from 1999 to 2005.

Champions[edit]

Year School Site MOP
1997OklahomaAll Sports Stadium • Oklahoma City, OKBrian Shackelford (Oklahoma)
1998Texas TechAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Josh Bard (Texas Tech)
1999NebraskaAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Jason Jennings (Baylor)
2000NebraskaAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Adam Shabala (Nebraska)
2001NebraskaAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Dan Johnson (Nebraska)
2002TexasThe Ballpark in Arlington • Arlington, TXDustin Majewski (Texas)
2003TexasAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Dustin Majewski (Texas)
2004Oklahoma StateAmeriquest Field in Arlington • Arlington, TX Cody Ehlers (Missouri)
2005NebraskaAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Curtis Ledbetter (Nebraska)
2006KansasAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Matt Baty (Kansas)
2007Texas A&MAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Craig Stinson (Texas A&M)
2008TexasAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Brandon Belt (Texas)
2009TexasAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Brandon Loy (Texas)
2010Texas A&MAT&T Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Brodie Greene (Texas A&M)
2011Texas A&MRedHawks Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Andrew Collazo (Texas A&M)
2012MissouriChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Eric Garcia (Missouri)
2013OklahomaChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Jon Gray (Oklahoma)
2014TCUChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Jerrick Suiter (TCU)
2015TexasONEOK Field • Tulsa, OKZane Gurwitz (Texas)
2016TCUChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Luken Baker (TCU)
2017Oklahoma StateChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Garrett McCain (Oklahoma State)
2018BaylorChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Cody Bradford (Baylor) and Shea Langeliers (Baylor)
2019Oklahoma StateChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK Colin Simpson (Oklahoma State)
2020Cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic
2021TCUChickasaw Bricktown Ballpark • Oklahoma City, OK
2022 Globe Life Field • Arlington, TX
2023 Globe Life Field • Arlington, TX
2024 Globe Life Field • Arlington, TX

By school[edit]

School Appearances W-L Pct Tourney Titles Title Years
Baylor21 32–37 .464 1 2018
Iowa State1 1–2 .333 0
Kansas9 10–17 .370 1 2006
Kansas State10 14–18 .438 0
Missouri14 22–11 .667 1 2012
Nebraska10 28–10 .737 4 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005
Oklahoma21 36–35 .507 2 1997, 2013
Oklahoma State19 25–35 .417 2 2004, 2017
Texas18 41–29 .586 5 2002, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2015
Texas A&M14 23–19 .548 3 2007, 2010, 2011
Texas Tech17 18–34 .346 1 1998
TCU5 12–7 .632 3 2014, 2016, 2021
West Virginia5 8–8 .500 0

(As of the end of the 2017 tournament)

  • Italics indicate that the program no longer sponsors baseball in the Big 12.
  • Former Big 12 member Colorado did not sponsor baseball after 1980

Records[edit]

Team Batting

InningGameTournament
Batting Average.475 (19–40)Texas A&M (vs. Oklahoma)5–22–09.390 (69–177)Texas Tech19975 games
At-Bats15Texas A&M (vs. Oklahoma) Texas (vs. Kansas State) Texas (vs. Missouri)5–19–015–23–075–24–0953Oklahoma State (vs. Missouri) 13 inn.5–30–04225Baylor20036 games
Runs11Texas (vs. Missouri)5–24–0921Oklahoma (vs. Oklahoma State)5–27–0653Oklahoma State19974 games
Hits9Oklahoma State (vs. Iowa State)5–18–0123Nebraska (vs. Missouri)5–28–0571OklahomaBaylor199720035 games6 games
Doubles7Texas Tech (vs. Oklahoma)Oklahoma (vs. Missouri)1997 199718Oklahoma19975 games
Triples3Oklahoma (vs. Texas Tech)19974Oklahoma (vs. Texas Tech)19978Oklahoma19975 games
Home Runs3Oklahoma State (vs. Texas A&M)Texas Tech (vs. Oklahoma)199719975Oklahoma State (vs. Texas A&M) Missouri (vs. Nebraska)1997 5–17–0010Texas20026 games
RBI's10Texas (vs. Missouri)5–24–0921Oklahoma (vs. Oklahoma State)5–27–0646Texas20036 games
Stolen Bases3Several teams7Baylor (vs. Texas)Baylor (vs. Texas Tech)5–20–99 5–20–0017Baylor19994 games
Walks4Oklahoma (vs. Baylor)Texas A&M (vs. Oklahoma)5–28–04 5–22–0912Baylor (vs. Oklahoma5–26–0736Nebraska20006 games
Strikeouts16Nebraska (vs. Texas)Oklahoma (vs. Baylor)5–26–04 5–26–0751Baylor20036 games
Hit By Pitch5Oklahoma (vs. Kansas State)5–29–1010Nebraska20056 games

Team Fielding

InningGameTournament
Fielding %1.000KansasMissouriKansas State2005200720092 games3 games3 games
Putouts42Baylor (vs. Nebraska)Nebraska (vs. Baylor)5–24–03172Baylor20036 games
Assists21Oklahoma State (vs. Missouri)5–30–0478Texas20036 games
Errors4Baylor (vs. Oklahoma State)5–26–056Texas Tech (vs. Texas A&M)Texas A&M (vs. Texas)5–16–985–27–0411Texas Tech19985 games
Double Plays4Several Teams8OklahomaBaylorMissouri1997200420095 games4 games 4 games
Triple Plays1Kansas (vs. Texas)5–21–09
Games Played6NebraskaTexasBaylorNebraska2000200220032005

Team Pitching

InningGameTournament
Lowest ERA1.29Baylor19994 games
Highest ERA12.60Missouri19972 games
Saves3NebraskaBaylor200620074 games4 games
Runs11Missouri (vs. Texas)5–24–0921Oklahoma State (vs. Oklahoma)5–27–0643Oklahoma19975 games
Fewest Runs8Baylor19994 games
Hits9Iowa State (vs. Oklahoma State)5–18–0123Missouri (vs. Nebraska)5–28–0566Oklahoma19975 games
Fewest Hits1Nebraska (vs. Oklahoma State)5–19–9920Oklahoma20103 games
Home Runs3Texas Tech (vs. Oklahoma)Texas A&M (vs. Oklahoma State)199719975Texas A&M (vs. Oklahoma State) Nebraska (vs. Missouri)1997 5–17–008Texas A&M19973 games
Strikeouts16Texas (vs. Nebraska)Baylor (vs. Oklahoma)5–26–045–26–0747Texas20026 games
Walks4Baylor (vs. Oklahoma)200412Oklahoma (vs. Baylor)200726Oklahoma20073 games
FewestWalks3Missouri200620083 games
Innings14Baylor (vs. Nebraska)Nebraska (vs. Baylor)5–24–0357.1Baylor20036 games
Hit Batters5Kansas State (vs. Oklahoma)5–29–1010Texas20036 games
CompleteGames2NebraskaOklahoma State19992004
Shutouts1Several Teams

Individual Batting

GameTournament
Batting Average.750 (6–8).750 (9–12)Jeremy DodsonChance WheelessBaylorTexas19972007
At Bats7Several Players29Tim MossTexas20026 games
Runs4Several Players9Several Players
Hits5Curtis ThigpenCurtis LedbetterTexas (vs. Baylor)Nebraska (vs. Missouri)5–25–035–28–0514 (27 AB) Dustin MajewskiTexas20026 games
Doubles3J.T. WiseOklahoma (vs. Texas A&M)5–22–095Brandon ToroTexas Tech19975 games
Triples2Several Players2Several Players
Home Runs2Several Players5Dan JohnsonNebraska2001
Grand Slams16 Players
RBI's6Several Players13Dan JohnsonNebraska20014 games
Stolen Bases3Several Players6John ColeNebraska20014 games
Slugging %1.100Barrett Barnes Danny BlackTexas TechOklahoma20103 games
Walks3Several Players8Keith GinterTexas Tech19985 games
Strikeouts4Several Players9Aaron GozartKevin SevignyNebraskaBaylor200020036 games
Hit By Pitch4Jeff OntiverosTexas20026 games

Individual Fielding

GameTournament
Putouts17Several Players65Jeff OntiverosTexas20026 games
Assists10Shelby FordOklahoma State (vs. Missouri)5–24–0622Keith GinterTexas Tech19985 games
Errors4Paul WittBaylor (vs. Oklahoma State)5–26–058Paul WittBaylor20054 games

Individual Pitching

GameTournament
Wins2Several Players
Losses2Mitch WalterChase BayukKansas State20022007
ERA0.00Several Players
Saves3Brett JensenNick CassavechiaNebraskaBaylor20062007
Appearances4Several players
Strikeouts13Kendal VolzBaylor (vs. Oklahoma)5–26–0714Jason JenningsBaylor199914.2 innings
Innings10D.J. JonesTexas (vs. Missouri)5–21–9915.2Brian DuensingNebraska20052 games
Hit Batters3Shawn TollesonBaylor (vs. Nebraska)5–21–083Several Players
Complete Games1Several Players

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Tuesday, May 249:30 a.m.Game 1: No. 6 seed vs. No. 11 seedTBDGame 2: No. 7 seed vs. No. 10 seed4:30 p.m.Game 3: No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seedTBDGame 4: No. 5 seed vs. No. 12 seedWednesday, May 259:30 a.m.Game 5: No. 3 seed vs. Winner of Game 1TBDGame 6: No. 2 seed vs. Winner of Game 24:30 p.m.Game 7: No. 1 seed vs. Winner of Game 3TBDGame 8: No. 4 seed vs. Winner of Game 4Thursday, May 269:30 a.m.Game 9: Loser of Game 5 vs. Loser of Game 6TBDGame 10: Loser of Game 7 vs. Loser of Game 84:30 p.m.Game 11: Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 6TBDGame 12: Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 8Friday, May 2710 a.m.Game 13: Winner of Game 9 vs. Loser of Game 11TBDGame 14: Winner of Game 10 vs. Loser of Game 12Saturday, May 2812 p.m.Game 15: Winner of Game 11 vs. Winner of Game 13TBDGame 16: Winner of Game 12 vs. Winner of Game 14Sunday, May 292 p.m.Championship Game
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2021 TOURNAMENT SEASON COMES TO AN END

2021.what a season it's been. COVID-19 certainly slowed the start to all our baseball seasons, but once we got rolling in June we saw some really good baseball. Over the three events we were able to host we averaged 84 teams per event. What was most impressive to us was the talent that entered the events in 2021. One of the last games of the year for us was in our 18U Bracket and it featured two teams that both had bullpens filled with pitchers that lived mid to upper 80's. Frankly, it was like that all the way down the line through our age brackets. Anyone who has been around baseball tournaments knows that talent brings about more talent. All that said, we are extremely excited to see what the 2022 season is going to bring to the Bridgeport, WV area.      

CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE GAME.WATCH IT ONLINE!!!

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Tuesday, May 249:30 a.m.Game 1: No. 6 seed vs. No. 11 seedTBDGame 2: No. 7 seed vs, tournament of champions baseball. No. 10 seed4:30 p.m.Game 3: No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seedTBDGame 4: No. 5 tournament of champions baseball vs. No. 12 seedWednesday, May 259:30 a.m.Game 5: No. 3 seed vs. Winner of Game 1TBDGame 6: No. 2 seed vs, tournament of champions baseball. Winner of Game 24:30 p.m.Game 7: No. 1 seed vs. Winner of Game 3TBDGame 8: No. 4 seed vs, tournament of champions baseball. Winner of Game 4Thursday, May 269:30 a.m.Game 9: Loser of Game 5 vs. Loser of Game 6TBDGame 10: Loser of Game 7 vs. Loser of Game 84:30 p.m.Game 11: Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 6TBDGame 12: Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 8Friday, May 2710 a.m.Game 13: Winner of Game 9 vs. Tournament of champions baseball of Game 11TBDGame 14: Winner of Game 10 vs. Loser of Game 12Saturday, May 2812 p.m.Game 15: Winner of Game 11 vs. Winner of Game 13TBDGame 16: Winner of Game 12 vs. Winner of Game 14Sunday, May 292 p.m.Championship Game
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In 2018, Champions undertook and completed the most extensive sports diamond refurbishment in the 24 year history of the six (6) Diamonds.

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Champions will then create-offer and manage Adult; Slowpitch Leagues and Youth; Leagues & Tournaments at Legends Fields.

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Champions Events is headquartered in Central New York, formed in 2013 and services sports organizations throughout New York State.

Our mission is to provide the Ultimate Sporting Experience for our participants as they strive to achieve their goals!

Each year, Champions supports charitable foundations including Wounded Warriors Project / Rick Harby Memorial Scholarship Fund and more.

Champions Events management team has over 40 years of youth sports management including Leagues and Tournaments.

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Teams from the US States and CANADA Provinces listed below have competed in Champions Events Softball & Baseball Tournaments

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Men's Slowpitch D/E. League will be 7 weeks of Doubleheaders plus 1 week of playoffs.

  • JUNE 3 - JULY 22

  • $400.00 entry fee

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9U-12U: $45 per game

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HERE’S WHAT OTHERS HAVE HAD TO SAY ABOUT OUR TOURNAMENTS

“We played in the 14U tourney in Kenosha this last weekend. Let me say we had a great time and our coach said this was the best travel tourney we have participated in!” Trisha P. UBA Gladiator Gold

“Best, most organized tournament I’ve been a part of in two years outside of Cooperstown. Great great tournament.” Frank S. Fox Valley Freedom

“Last weekend was the best run and put together tournament I have been a part of. My team is looking forward to the next one.” Andy K. Wisconsin Rockhounds

“Our coaches asked me to follow up with you to say thanks for putting on some really well-run tournaments this year. We participated in three of your tournaments, and they were all well organized and professionally run. The tournament site coordinators were friendly and knowledgeable, which was a refreshing change from some of the other tournaments we participated in this year.” Beth Z. Hurricanes Select Baseball

“Best umpiring that I have seen in many years.” Richard D. Youth baseball parent and coach

“Thank you for hosting a well-run and tremendously helpful tournament for our team. From the other teams to the umpires, tournament of champions baseball, everyone’s chickasha football was on teaching and instruction, tournament of champions baseball. I will certainly recommend that future teams from our program attend one of your early season scrimmage tournaments in the coming years.” Brett S. Tosa Titans

“We had an awesome time despite the weather, which you have no control over. It was a really good experience, the umpires were outstanding. Really good job! Just wanted to take the time and say thank you.” Mario D. Waukesha Firebirds

“Thank you for all the prompt updates and timely info. You do a nice job organizing these tournaments.” Tony K. Hartland Hawks

“I appreciate your hard work and your tourneys always are run smoothly.” Gary G. Waukesha Braves

“The umpire we had was absolutely fantastic. He is one of the best umpires we have ever had. He was educational, he called a great game and was fully engaged with the players on the field.”  Chris R. Waukesha Firebirds

“All tournaments have been run well and have been great to be a part of – I think we ended up doing 5 or 6.  Very impressed by how many great umps you were able to collect for all these tournaments as well.” Andrew A. Oconomowoc 5 O’s

“The level of play was perfect and was a true C level tournament as any team could have won.  The fields were in good shape as well.   Also, I just want to give a big thumbs up to our umpire, he was hands down the best umpire I’ve come across as he was professional, personable, and absolutely fantastic with the kids.” Shaun Jefferson university volleyball. Screaming Eagles

“The tournament was very well organized, schedules/results updated quickly, fields great shape.”  Patrick S, tournament of champions baseball. Seymour

“The tournament was well  organized.  Everything ran on time golf r south bend clutch early.  The website was helpful to see the Sunday schedule, and the facility was very nice.”  Jake F. Lannon Stonemen

“You guys do tournaments the way they should tournament of champions baseball done: fabulous roster and waiver process (waivers are the biggest pain for coaches and your process is great).”  Jim M. Mequon Msha handball really like your tournaments. Your tournaments are run very well and the kids and families have a great time.” Jim Rockford Travelers

“You guys do a great job organizing these tournaments!” Ben S. Whitefish Bay Jr Dukes

“I don’t know where you found these umpires, but they were amazing umpires for our 4 games this past weekend.  I’ll take these guys any day of the week.  Great job with the kids.” Pauly B.

“Great communication on the tournament website and ease of signing up. I think your league and tournaments are well run and have a great website.” Kevin R. Oconomowoc 5 O’s

“Great competition at U10 this weekend. We love Schoetz Jason kidd basketball cards as a venue. All of the communication was very clear and well timed.” Dave M. Elmbrook Braves

“ I thought registration and everything was great, bobby mitchell golfer were fantastic!” Aaron C. Kendall County Rebels

“Our team had a lot of fun at the tournament. The umps were awesome!  The boys loved the trophies.” Tim H. CMH Jr Crusaders

“We play in at least one of your tournaments per year, this one was outstanding, facilities were great, scheduling and communication was great.” Michael N. Germantown Tournament of champions baseball Warhawks

“The umpires we had were fantastic and we were very happy with how the tournament was run, especially if you consider how awful the weather was.” Michael B. McHenry Cobras

“The 2 umps we had on Saturday were 2 of the best umpires we have ever had in all of our youth baseball games. Fields were in good condition and venue was great. Very impressed with the dugouts as well.” Dominic L. West Bend Bulldogs

“Excellent registration process and pre-tournament communication.  On-site tournament director was fantastic!  The umpiring group also did a fabulous job.” Matt M. Rock River Renegades

“Your tournament director was great. Umpires were great.  First time I’ve ever been to a tournament where all the teams in 11U were equally matched. Overall great tournament and experience.” Jeff H. PTA

“Overall, fantastic experience. The fields were great and the complex was terrific.   Your communication and responsiveness was very much appreciated.  The umpire we had for our 11U AA quarterfinals was one of the best we’ve ever had in a game.” Ron S. Mundelein

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