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1980 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1980 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season1980
Teams34
Finals site
ChampionsArizona (2nd title)
Runner-upHawaii (1st CWS Appearance)
Winning coachJerry Kindall (2nd title)
MOPTerry Francona (Arizona)

The 1980 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1980 NCAA Division I 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 thirty fourth year. Eight regional competitions were held to determine the participants in the final event. Seven regions held a four team, double-elimination tournament while one region included six teams, resulting in 34 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The thirty-fourth tournament's champion was Arizona, coached by Jerry Kindall. The Most Outstanding Player was Terry Francona of the Arizona.[2][3][4][5]

Regionals

Seven of the eight regionals were played as 4-team double-elimination tournaments. One regional was played as a 6-team double-elimination tournament. The winner of each regional moved onto the College World Series.

Northeast Regional

Games played in Orono, Maine.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
Harvard7
East Carolina3
Harvard5
St. John's9
St. John's6
Maine4
St. John's6
Harvard3
Lower round 1Lower final
Harvard7
East Carolina1Maine5
Maine2

West Regional

Games played in Tucson, Arizona.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
Gonzaga3
Cal State Fullerton2
Gonzaga9
Arizona13
Arizona5
Fresno State4
Arizona8
Gonzaga5
Lower round 1Lower final
Cal State Fullerton8
Cal State Fullerton10Gonzaga10
Fresno State2

South Regional

Games played in Tallahassee, Florida.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
Florida State10
New Orleans0
Florida State19
Western Kentucky7
Western Kentucky15
Vanderbilt4
Florida State10
Western Kentucky5
Lower round 1Lower final
Western Kentucky4
New Orleans8New Orleans3
Vanderbilt2

Central Regional

Games played in Austin, Texas.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
Hawaii8
Texas–Pan American4
Hawaii2
Louisiana Tech1
Louisiana Tech4
Texas3
Hawaii7
Texas3
Lower round 1Lower final
Louisiana Tech6
Texas–Pan American4Texas7
Texas7

Atlantic Regional

Games played in Clemson, South Carolina.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
South Carolina7
Georgia Southern2
South Carolina2
Clemson6
Clemson22
East Tennessee State4
Clemson17
South Carolina12
Lower round 1Lower final
South Carolina8
Georgia Southern1East Tennessee State5
East Tennessee State2

East Regional

Games played in Miami, Florida.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
James Madison11
Delaware10
James Madison3
Miami (FL)10
Miami (FL)15
South Alabama6
Miami (FL)10
Delaware1
Lower round 1Lower final
James Madison1
Delaware5Delaware6
South Alabama4

Mideast Regional

Games played in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

First RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
Michigan9
Central Michigan4
Michigan7
Nebraska0
Nebraska12
BYU0
Michigan12
Nebraska3
Lower round 1Lower final
Nebraska12
Central Michigan0BYU4
BYU9

Midwest Regional

Games played in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

First RoundSecond RoundThird RoundSemi-FinalsFinals
UNLV3
California2UNLV4
Oral Roberts0
Missouri5UNLV10
Wichita State4Missouri2
Missouri6UNLV20
Arkansas0California612
Arkansas3Missouri1
Oral Roberts2Arkansas1California2
California5California7
Wichita State1

College World Series

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
Arizona Pac-10 40–20–1 (17–13) Jerry Kindall 11
(last: 1979)
1st
(1976)
22–21
California Pac-10 41–21–1 (17–13) Bob Milano 2
(last: 1957)
1st
(1947,1957)
7–0
Clemson ACC 38–19 (6–5) Bill Wilhelm 4
(last: 1977)
5th
(1958, 1959, 1976)
4–8
Florida State Metro 51–10 (n/a) Mike Martin 6
(last: 1975)
2nd
(1970)
8–12
Hawaii WAC 57–16 (19–5) Les Murakami 0
(last: none)
none 0–0
Miami (FL) n/a 57–10 (n/a) Ron Fraser 3
(last: 1979)
2nd
(1974)
5–6
Michigan Big 10 35–16–1 (14–2) Bud Middaugh 3
(last: 1978)
1st
(1953)
9–3
St. John's Eastern Collegiate 29–9 (n/a) Joe Russo 5
(last: 1978)
4th
(1949, 1966, 1968)
5–10

Results

Bracket

Upper round 1Upper round 2Upper finalSemifinalsPreliminary finalFinal
St. John's6
Arizona1
St. John's2
Hawaii7
Hawaii7
Florida State6
Hawaii9
Miami (FL)3
Miami (FL)13
Hawaii4
Clemson5
Miami (FL)3Arizona611
Michigan2
Michigan911
California8Hawaii3
Arizona10Arizona5
Lower round 1Lower round 2California9
Michigan0
Arizona5Arizona8
Miami (FL)3
Florida State3
California4
St. John's5
Clemson4California8
California6

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 30 Game 1 St. John's 6–1 Arizona
Game 2 Hawaii 7–6 Florida State
May 31 Game 3 Miami (FL) 13–5 Clemson
Game 4 Michigan 9–8 (11 innings) California
June 1 Game 5 Arizona 5–3 Florida State Florida State eliminated
Game 6 California 6–4 Clemson Clemson eliminated
Game 7 Hawaii 7–2 St. John's
June 2 Game 8 Miami (FL) 3–2 Michigan
Game 9 California 8–5 St. John's St. John's eliminated
Game 10 Arizona 8–0 Michigan Michigan eliminated
June 3 Game 11 Hawaii 9–3 Miami (FL)
June 4 Game 12 California 4–3 Miami (FL) Miami (FL) eliminated
Game 13 Arizona 6–4 (11 innings) Hawaii
June 5 Game 14 Arizona 10-9 California California eliminated
June 6 Final Arizona 5–3 Hawaii Arizona wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

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

Position Player School
P Greg Barger Arizona
Craig Lefferts Arizona
C Collin Tanabe Hawaii
1B Wes Clements Arizona
2B Paul Hundhammer Miami (FL)
3B Kimo Perkins Hawaii
SS Eric Tokunaga Hawaii
OF Terry Francona (MOP) Arizona
Lyle Brackenridge California
Jim Paciorek Michigan
DH Paul Maruffi St. John's

Notable players

See also

References

  1. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 195. Retrieved August 27, 2014.
  2. ^ "1980 National Collegiate Baseball Championship" (PDF). NCAA. Archived from the original (PDF) on April 22, 2018.
  3. ^ "Home - CWS of Omaha, Inc". CWS of Omaha, Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2018.
  4. ^ "University of Arizona Wildcats Official Athletic Site". Archived from the original on 2010-08-06. Retrieved 2010-08-06. (timeline of Arizona athletics. Mentions the Wildcats' accomplishments during the 1980 season)
  5. ^ "UH Sports Circle of Honor". Hawaii Athletics.? (mentions Hawaii's head baseball coach Les Murakami and the team's CWS appearance)
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