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2000 Southern Conference Baseball Tournament

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2000 Southern Conference
Baseball Tournament
Teams8
FormatDouble-elimination tournament
Finals site
ChampionsGeorgia Southern (2nd title)
MVPMatt Easterday (Georgia Southern)
Attendance26,300
2000 Southern Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Georgia Southern  ‍y 23 7   .767 38 22   .633
The Citadel  ‍‍‍ 23 7   .767 39 20   .661
UNC Greensboro  ‍‍‍ 20 9   .690 34 24   .586
Furman  ‍‍‍ 15 13   .536 27 31   .466
East Tennessee State  ‍‍‍ 15 15   .500 21 31   .404
College of Charleston  ‍‍‍ 14 15   .483 28 28   .500
Davidson  ‍‍‍ 14 15   .483 26 28   .481
Appalachian State  ‍‍‍ 11 17   .393 17 38   .309
VMI  ‍‍‍ 11 19   .367 19 30   .388
Western Carolina  ‍‍‍ 8 22   .267 15 38   .283
Wofford  ‍‍‍ 7 22   .241 16 38   .296
† – Conference champion
‡ – SoCon Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2000[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 2000 Southern Conference Baseball Tournament was held at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in Charleston, SC from May 17 through May 21. Top seeded Georgia Southern won the tournament and earned the Southern Conference's automatic bid to the 2000 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. It was the Eagles second tournament win.

The tournament used a double-elimination format. Only the top eight teams participate, so VMI, Western Carolina, and Wofford were not in the field. Western Carolina earned the top seed by winning the season series over regular season co-champion The Citadel. College of Charleston earned the seventh seed by winning the season series over Davidson.

Seeding

Team W L Pct GB Seed
Georgia Southern 23 7 .767
1
The Citadel 23 7 .767
2
UNC Greensboro 20 9 .670
2.5
3
Furman 15 13 .536
7
4
East Tennessee State 15 15 .500
8
5
College of Charleston 14 15 .483
8.5
6
Davidson 14 15 .483
8.5
7
Appalachian State 11 17 .393
11
8
VMI 11 19 .367
12
Western Carolina 8 22 .267
15
Wofford 7 22 .241
15.5

[2]

Bracket

  Upper round 1   Upper round 2   Upper final   Finals
                                                 
  4 Furman 3  
  5 East Tennessee 1    
      4 Furman 3  
      1 Georgia Southern 5    
  1 Georgia Southern 2*          
  8 Appalachian State 1*        
      1 Georgia Southern 5*    
      2 The Citadel 3*      
  3 UNC Greensboro 3              
  6 College of Charleston 7                
      6 College of Charleston 3          
      2 The Citadel 6        
  2 The Citadel 6          
  7 Davidson 2         1 Georgia Southern 3
      4 Furman 0
       
  Lower round 1     Lower round 2     Lower round 3     Lower final    
       
    6 College of Charleston 9        
  5 East Tennessee State 3*     8 Appalachian State 2         2 The Citadel 1    
  8 Appalachian State 6*         6 College of Charleston 3     4 Furman 11  
      4 Furman 15    
    4 Furman 7      
  3 UNC Greensboro 3     3 UNC Greensboro 3    
  7 Davidson 2    

* - Indicates game required extra innings.[3]

All-Tournament Team

Position Player School
P Corey Etheridge Furman
C Ed Sparks East Tennessee State
1B Chris Behne Appalachian State
2B Matt Easterday Georgia Southern
3B Cole Hubka Furman
SS Danny Rueckel Furman
OF J. R. Revere Georgia Southern
OF Clint Hill Furman
OF Josh Edgeworth College of Charleston
DH Ryan Presnell Furman
Walt Nadzak Award, Tournament Most Outstanding Player
Matt Easterday
Georgia Southern

[4]

References

  1. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 2000". Boyd's World. Retrieved May 24, 2015.
  2. ^ 2012 Southern Conference Baseball Media Guide. SoConSports.com. p. 47. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
  3. ^ 2011 Southern Conference Baseball Media Guide. SoConSports.com. p. 49. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
  4. ^ 2012 Southern Conference Baseball Media Guide. SoConSports.com. p. 62. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
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