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1962 NCAA University Division Baseball Tournament

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1962 NCAA University Division
Baseball Tournament
Season1962
Teams27
Finals site
ChampionsMichigan (2nd title)
Runner-upSanta Clara (1st CWS Appearance)
Winning coachDon Lund (1st title)
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The 1962 NCAA University Division Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1962 NCAA University Division baseball season to determine the national champion of college baseball. The tournament concluded with eight teams competing in the College World Series, a double-elimination tournament in its sixteenth year. Eight regional districts sent representatives to the College World Series with preliminary rounds within each district serving to determine each representative. These events would later become known as regionals. Each district had its own format for selecting teams, resulting in 27 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The College World Series was held in Omaha, NE from June 11 to June 16. The sixteenth tournament's champion was Michigan, coached by Don Lund. The Most Outstanding Player was Bob Garibaldi of runner-up Santa Clara.

Regionals

The opening rounds of the tournament were played across eight district sites across the country, each consisting of a field of two to four teams. Each district tournament, except District 2, was double-elimination. The winners of each district advanced to the College World Series.

Bold indicates winner. * indicates extra innings.

District 1 at Springfield, MA

 
                             
Holy Cross 7  
Vermont 5  
  Holy Cross 5  
  Bridgeport 2  
Bridgeport 4
Boston College 3  
  Holy Cross 12
  Vermont 5
Vermont 3  
Boston College 2  
  Bridgeport 4*
  Vermont 5*  

* Indicates game required 13 innings.

District 2 at University Park, PA

Semifinals Finals
      
Ithaca 7
Penn State 6
Ithaca 7
Gettysburg 4
Gettysburg 7
St. John's 5

District 3 at Gastonia, NC

 
                             
Wake Forest 8  
West Virginia 3  
  Wake Forest 7  
  Florida 1  
Florida 1
Florida State 0  
  Wake Forest 8 2
  Florida State 10 311
West Virginia 5  
Florida State 6  
  Florida 1
  Florida State 35  

District 4 at Kalamazoo, MI

 
                             
Illinois 2  
Detroit 1  
  Illinois 2  
  Western Michigan 10  
Western Michigan 610
Michigan 5  
  Western Michigan 2 6
  Michigan 310 710
Detroit 6  
Michigan 12  
  Illinois 1
  Michigan 5  

District 5 at Columbia, MO

Finals
     
Bradley 1 4
Missouri 3 9

District 6 at Tucson, AZ

Finals
     
Texas 1 7
Arizona 0 4

District 7 at Greeley, CO

 
                             
New Mexico 9  
BYU 2  
  New Mexico 2  
  Colorado State College 11  
Colorado State College 7
Air Force 2  
  Colorado State College 611
  Air Force 5
BYU 2  
Air Force 4  
  New Mexico 1
  Air Force 2  

Note: Colorado State College of Education became Northern Colorado University in 1970.

District 8 at Santa Clara, CA

Semifinals Finals
          
Oregon State 1 5
Santa Clara 8 7
Fresno State 1 3 2
Santa Clara 6 1 4

College World Series

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
Colorado State College[a] n/a 22–9 (n/a) Pete Butler 8
(last: 1961)
5th
(1955)
2–16
Florida State n/a 21–12 (n/a) Danny Litwhiler 1
(last: 1957)
7th
(1957)
0–2
Holy Cross n/a 20–3 (n/a) Albert Riopel 2
(last: 1958)
1st
(1952)
8–3
Ithaca 17–0 (n/a) Bucky Freeman 0
(last: none)
none 0–0
Michigan Big 10 27–12 (12–3) Don Lund 1
(last: 1953)
1st
(1953)
4–1
Missouri Big 8 22–3 (16–5) Hi Simmons 3
(last: 1958)
1st
(1954)
12–5
Santa Clara CIBA 35–6 (12–4) Paddy Cottrell 0

(last: none)

none 0-0
Texas SWC 19–5 (12–2) Bibb Falk 6
(last: 1961)
1st
(1949, 1950)
14–9

Results

Bracket

  First Round     Second Round     Third Round
                           
  Winner's Bracket
  Holy Cross 4  
  Colorado State College 3    
      Michigan 11  
      Holy Cross 4    
  Michigan 3          
  Texas 1        
      Michigan 10
      Florida State 7
  Ithaca 5        
  Missouri 1          
      Florida State 5    
      Ithaca 4  
  Florida State 5    
  Santa Clara 1  
  Loser's Bracket
  Texas 12  
  Colorado State College 2     Ithaca 2
    Texas 3
  Santa Clara 712  
  Missouri 4     Holy Cross 7
    Santa Clara 12
  Semifinals     Finals     if needed
                           
  Re-ordered Semi-finals
  Santa Clara 11       Michigan 515
  Florida State 6           Santa Clara 4
      Santa Clara 410    
      Texas 3  
  Michigan 0    
  Texas 7  

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 11 Game 1 Holy Cross 4–3 Colorado State College
Game 2 Michigan 3–1 Texas
Game 3 Ithaca 5–1 Missouri
Game 4 Florida State 5–1 Santa Clara
June 12 Game 5 Texas 12–2 Colorado State College Colorado State College eliminated
Game 6 Santa Clara 7–4 (12 innings) Missouri Missouri eliminated
Game 7 Michigan 11–4 Holy Cross
Game 8 Florida State 5–4 Ithaca
June 13 Game 9 Santa Clara 12–7 Holy Cross Holy Cross eliminated
Game 10 Texas 3–2 Ithaca Ithaca eliminated
Game 11 Michigan 10–7 Florida State
June 14 Game 12 Santa Clara 11–6 Florida State Florida State eliminated
Game 13 Texas 7–0 Michigan
June 15 Game 14 Santa Clara 4–3 (10 innings) Texas Texas eliminated
June 16 Final Michigan 5–4 (15 innings) Santa Clara Michigan wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team.

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Tom Belcher Senior Texas
Bob Garibaldi Santa Clara
Catcher Joe Merullo Senior Michigan
First baseman Dave Campbell Sophomore Michigan
Second baseman Pat Rigby Senior Texas
Third baseman Harvey Chapman Sophomore Michigan
Shortstop Ernie Fazio Santa Clara
Outfielder Ken Flanagan Santa Clara
Mickey McDermott Santa Clara
Ron Tate Sophomore Michigan

Notable players

Notes

  1. ^ Colorado State College of Education became the University of Northern Colorado in 1970. Colorado State University in Fort Collins was known as Colorado A&M until 1957.

References

  1. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 193. Retrieved April 9, 2014.
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