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2003 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2003 Mid-American Conference
Baseball Tournament
Teams6
FormatDouble-elimination
Finals site
ChampionsEastern Michigan (3rd title)
Winning coachRoger Coryell (1st title)
MVPBrian Bixler (Eastern Michigan)
2003 Mid-American Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
East
Kent State  x‍‍‍ 20 4 0   .833 38 18 0   .679
Miami  ‍‍‍ 19 9 0   .679 36 24 1   .598
Ohio  ‍‍‍ 15 11 0   .577 35 23 0   .603
Akron  ‍‍‍ 12 15 0   .444 22 30 0   .423
Marshall  ‍‍‍ 11 16 0   .407 22 31 1   .417
Buffalo  ‍‍‍ 5 21 0   .192 16 37 0   .302
West
Ball State  x‍‍‍ 17 10 0   .630 36 21 0   .632
Eastern Michigan  ‍‍y 16 11 0   .593 33 28 0   .541
Northern Illinois  ‍‍‍ 15 11 0   .577 34 24 0   .586
Western Michigan  ‍‍‍ 16 12 0   .571 25 26 0   .490
Central Michigan  ‍‍‍ 9 15 0   .375 25 28 0   .472
Bowling Green  ‍‍‍ 9 18 0   .333 17 28 0   .378
Toledo  ‍‍‍ 8 19 0   .296 22 29 0   .431
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2003[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 2003 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament took place in May 2003. The top six regular season finishers met in the double-elimination tournament held at Gene Michael Field on the campus of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. This was the fifteenth Mid-American Conference postseason tournament to determine a champion. Fourth seed Eastern Michigan won their third tournament championship, and first since the event resumed in 1992, to earn the conference's automatic bid to the 2003 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.[2][3]

Seeding and format

The winner of each division claimed the top two seeds, while the next four finishers based on conference winning percentage only, regardless of division, participated in the tournament. The teams played double-elimination tournament. This was the sixth year of the six team tournament.

Team W L PCT GB Seed
East Division
Kent State 20 4 .833
1
Miami 19 9 .679
3
3
Ohio 15 11 .577
6
5
Akron 12 15 .444
9.5
Marshall 11 16 .407
10.5
Buffalo 5 21 .192
16
West Division
Ball State 17 10 .630
2
Eastern Michigan 16 11 .593
1
4
Northern Illinois 15 11 .577
1.5
6
Western Michigan 16 12 .571
1.5
Central Michigan 9 15 .375
6.5
Bowling Green 9 18 .333
8
Toledo 8 19 .296
9

Results

  First round Semifinals Semi- Finals
                                       
  1 Kent State 3  
  6 Northern Illinois 4     6 Northern Illinois 4*  
    4 Eastern Michigan 6*    
      4 Eastern Michigan 7  
      1 Kent State 4    
  2 Ball State 2†          
  1 Kent State 3        
  3 Miami 6         4 Eastern Michigan 3 6
  4 Eastern Michigan 4           3 Miami 2 5
      3 Miami 4        
      5 Ohio 3          
  2 Ball State 4           3 Miami 6    
  5 Ohio 14         5 Ohio 0  
  5 Ohio 9    
  6 Northern Illinois 8  

* - Indicates game required 12 innings. † - Indicates game required 10 innings.

All-Tournament Team

The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team.[4]

Name School
Matt Long Miami
Dale Hayes Eastern Michigan
John Slone Miami
Anthony Gressick Ohio
Joe Tucker Kent State
Joe Mazzuca Northern Illinois
Brian Bixler Eastern Michigan
Derrick Peterson Eastern Michigan
Phil Sabatini Ohio
David Cook Miami

Most Valuable Player

Brian Bixler won the Tournament Most Valuable Player award. Bixler played for Eastern Michigan.[4]

References

  1. ^ "All-time Standings" (PDF). Mid-American Conference. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
  2. ^ "Mid-American Conference Tournament History" (PDF). Mid-American Conference. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 9, 2014. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
  3. ^ 2012 Record Book (PDF). Miami RedHawks. p. 11. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 1, 2012. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
  4. ^ a b "All-Tournament Teams & Tournament MVP's" (PDF). Mid-American Sports. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
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