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1986 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1986 NCAA Division I
Baseball Tournament
Season1986
Teams40
Finals site
ChampionsArizona (3rd title)
Runner-upFlorida State (8th CWS Appearance)
Winning coachJerry Kindall (3rd title)
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The 1986 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1986 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 fortieth year. Eight regional competitions were held to determine the participants in the final event. Four regions held a four team, double-elimination tournament while the remaining four regions included six teams, resulting in 40 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The fortieth tournament's champion was Arizona, coached by Jerry Kindall. The Most Outstanding Player was Mike Senne of Arizona.

National seeds

Bold indicates CWS participant.

  • Florida State
  • LSU
  • Miami (FL)
  • Texas
  • UCLA

Regionals

The opening rounds of the tournament were played across eight regional sites across the country, four consisting of four teams and four of six teams.[2] The winners of each Regional advanced to the College World Series.

Bold indicates winner.

Atlantic Regional at Coral Gables, FL

 
                                                 
  Georgia Tech 914  
  Navy 8     Georgia Tech 811  
    Western Carolina 7    
  South Carolina 5         Georgia Tech 6            
  Alabama 3           Miami (FL) 710              
      South Carolina 5           Miami (FL) 15
      Miami (FL) 7         Georgia Tech 9
  Miami (FL) 10         Georgia Tech 12    
  Western Carolina 8       South Carolina 7     Alabama 6  
  Navy 1     Alabama 8  
  Alabama 4  

Central Regional at Austin, TX

 
                                                 
  Pepperdine 11  
  Texas–Pan American 0     Pepperdine 5  
    Southern Illinois 3    
  Arizona 26         Pepperdine 6            
  San Diego State 5           Arizona 10              
      Arizona 9           Arizona 5
      Texas 3         Pepperdine 3
  Texas 21         Pepperdine 2*    
  Southern Illinois 7       Texas 9     Texas 0*  
  Texas–Pan American 10     Texas–Pan American 5  
  San Diego State 6  

Mideast Regional at Ann Arbor, MI

 
                             
Indiana State 7  
Michigan 1  
  Indiana State 5  
  Central Michigan 2  
Central Michigan 7
Oral Roberts 2  
  Indiana State 7*
  Central Michigan 6*
Michigan 4  
Oral Roberts 5  
  Central Michigan 6
  Oral Roberts 2  

Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK

 
                                                 
  Oklahoma State 20  
  Richmond 8     Oklahoma State 23  
    Appalachian State 2    
  Arkansas 4         Oklahoma State 16            
  Oregon State 3           Stanford 8              
      Arkansas 0           Oklahoma State 3
      Stanford 2         Stanford 0
  Stanford 11         Stanford 10    
  Appalachian State 1       Arkansas 0     Oregon State 7  
  Richmond 1     Oregon State 1  
  Oregon State 7  

Northeast Regional at Orono, ME

 
                             
St. John's 8  
Rider 2  
  St. John's 7  
  Maine 13  
Maine 5
Rutgers 1  
  Maine 21
  St. John's 8
Rider 9  
Rutgers 4  
  St. John's 16
  Rider 3  

South I Regional at Baton Rouge, LA

 
                                                 
  Louisiana Tech 7  
  Tulane 5     Louisiana Tech 14  
    Jackson State 6    
  Oklahoma 21         Louisiana Tech 4            
  Eastern Kentucky 14           LSU 7              
      Oklahoma 5           LSU 7
      LSU 8         Tulane 6
  LSU 14         Louisiana Tech 4    
  Jackson State 11       Oklahoma 5     Tulane 9  
  Tulane 16     Tulane 14  
  Eastern Kentucky 6  

South II Regional at Tallahassee, FL

 
                             
Texas A&M 10  
South Florida 2  
  Texas A&M 9  
  Florida State 12  
Florida State 10
NC State 6  
  Florida State 11
  South Florida 7
South Florida 12  
NC State 4  
  South Florida 10
  Texas A&M 7  

West Regional at Los Angeles, CA

 
                             
UC Santa Barbara 11  
Loyola Marymount 5  
  UC Santa Barbara 6  
  Hawaii 8  
Hawaii 6
UCLA 3  
  Hawaii 6 5
  Loyola Marymount 10 12
Loyola Marymount 12  
UCLA 10  
  UC Santa Barbara 10
  Loyola Marymount 11  

College World Series

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
Arizona Pac-10 45–18 (18–12) Jerry Kindall 13
(last: 1985)
1st
(1976, 1980)
27–24
Florida State Metro 57–11 (4–1) Mike Martin 7
(last: 1980)
2nd
(1970)
8–14
Indiana State MVC 48–19 (10–10) Bob Warn 0
(last: none)
none 0–0
Loyola Marymount WCC 49–13 (n/a) Dave Snow 0
(last: none)
none 0–0
LSU SEC 54–12 (22–5) Skip Bertman 0
(last: none)
none 0–0
Maine Eastern Collegiate 41–21 (13–1) John Winkin 6
(last: 1984)
3rd
(1964, 1982)
7–12
Miami (FL) n/a 46–15 (n/a) Ron Fraser 8
(last: 1985)
1st
(1982, 1985)
19–13
Oklahoma State Big 8 54–13 (18–5) Gary Ward 13
(last: 1985)
1st
(1959)
28–25

Results

Bracket

  First Round     Second Round     Third Round
                           
  Winner's Bracket
  Loyola Marymount 4  
  LSU 3    
      Loyola Marymount 5  
      Arizona 7    
  Arizona 8          
  Maine 7        
      Arizona 9
      Florida State 5
  Miami (FL) 6        
  Oklahoma State 2          
      Miami (FL) 2    
      Florida State 7  
  Florida State 5    
  Indiana State 3  
  Loser's Bracket
  LSU 8  
  Maine 4     Miami (FL) 4
    LSU 3
  Oklahoma State 4  
  Indiana State 0     Loyola Marymount 5
    Oklahoma State 11
  Semifinals     Finals     if needed
                           
  Re-ordered Semi-finals
  Arizona 2       Arizona 10
  Miami (FL) 4           Florida State 2
      Miami (FL) 3    
      Florida State 4  
  Florida State 6    
  Oklahoma State 5  

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 30 Game 1 Loyola Marymount 4–3 LSU
Game 2 Arizona 8–7 Maine
May 31 Game 3 Miami (FL) 6–2 Oklahoma State
Game 4 Florida State 5–3 Indiana State
June 1 Game 5 LSU 8–4 Maine Maine eliminated
Game 6 Oklahoma State 4–0 Indiana State Indiana State eliminated
June 2 Game 7 Arizona 7–5 Loyola Marymount
June 3 Game 8 Florida State 7–2 Miami (FL)
June 4 Game 9 Oklahoma State 11–5 Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount eliminated
June 5 Game 10 Miami (FL) 4–3 LSU LSU eliminated
June 6 Game 11 Arizona 9–5 Florida State Arizona qualified for final
June 7 Game 12 Florida State 6–5 Oklahoma State Oklahoma State eliminated
Game 13 Miami (FL) 4–2 Arizona
June 8 Game 14 Florida State 4–3 Miami (FL) Miami (FL) eliminated
June 9 Final Arizona 10–2 Florida State Arizona wins CWS

All-Tournament Team

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

Position Player Class School
Pitcher Gary Alexander Junior Arizona
Richie Lewis Sophomore Florida State
Catcher Bill Reynolds Senior Maine
First baseman Todd Trafton Senior Arizona
Second baseman Luis Alicea Junior Florida State
Third baseman Robin Ventura Freshman Oklahoma State
Shortstop Bien Figueroa Senior Florida State
Outfielder Mike Fiore Sophomore Miami (FL)
Mike Senne Senior Arizona
Paul Sorrento Junior Florida State
Designated hitter Gary Alexander Junior Arizona

Notable players


Tournament notes

  • In the Central Regional Arizona sets a tournament record scoring 26 runs in the first game.

References

  1. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 195. Retrieved September 24, 2014.
  2. ^ "NCAA Men's College World Series Records" (PDF). NCAA. 2009. p. 207. Retrieved 22 April 2012.
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