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2014 NCAA Division I baseball season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2014 NCAA Division I baseball season
DurationFebruary 14, 2014 – June 25, 2014
Number of teams302
Preseason No. 1Cal State Fullerton (CB, Coaches, NCBWA)
Virginia (BA)
Tournament
DurationMay 30 – June 25, 2014
Most conference bidsSEC (10)
College World Series
ChampionsVanderbilt (1st title)
Runners-upVirginia (3rd CWS Appearance)
Winning CoachTim Corbin (1st title)
MOPDansby Swanson (Vanderbilt)
Seasons
← 2013
2015 →

The 2014 NCAA Division I baseball season, play of college baseball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level, began on February 14, 2014. The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2014 College World Series. The College World Series, consisting of the eight remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament and held annually in Omaha, Nebraska at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, ended on June 25, 2014 with the final game of the best-of-three championship series between Vanderbilt and Virginia, won by Vanderbilt.

Realignment

There were many significant conference changes that took effect prior to the season.

This was also the final season for several teams in their then-current leagues:

Reclassifications from Division II

Eligibility investigations

The Philadelphia Phillies selected college juniors Ben Wetzler of Oregon State University in the fifth round and Jason Monda of the University of Washington in the sixth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft. Both entered into negotiations with the Phillies with the help of a financial adviser, which is against National Collegiate Athletic Association rules, but is "something that reportedly happens all the time". Both also chose to return to college for their senior year. The Phillies reported Wetzler and Monda to the NCAA, which cleared Monda and suspended Wetzler for the first 11 games, which is 20%, of the college season.[1][2]

Season outlook

Collegiate Baseball News [3]
Ranking Team
1 Cal State Fullerton
2 Mississippi State
3 LSU
4 Oregon State
5 Florida State
6 Oregon
7 Indiana
8 Louisville
9 Vanderbilt
10 NC State
11 North Carolina
12 Virginia
13 Miami (FL)
14 South Carolina
15 UCLA
16 Florida
17 Rice
18 Oklahoma State
19 TCU
20 Texas
21 Clemson
22 Arizona State
23 Louisiana–Lafayette
24 Arizona
25 Texas A&M
Baseball America[4]
Ranking Team
1 Virginia
2 Oregon State
3 Indiana
4 Cal State Fullerton
5 NC State
6 Florida State
7 South Carolina
8 Mississippi State
9 LSU
10 Vanderbilt
11 Oregon
12 UCLA
13 Clemson
14 Louisiana–Lafayette
15 Rice
16 Miami (FL)
17 North Carolina
18 Texas
19 TCU
20 Louisville
21 Alabama
22 Kansas State
23 Florida
24 Texas A&M
25 Arkansas
Coaches[5]
Ranking Team
1 Cal State Fullerton 18
2 LSU 6
3 Oregon State
4 Mississippi State 4
5 Florida State
6 Virginia
7 Oregon
8 Vanderbilt
9 NC State
10 UCLA
11 Indiana
12 North Carolina
13 Louisville
14 South Carolina
15 Rice
16 Clemson
17 Miami (FL)
18 Oklahoma State
19 Arizona State
20 Florida
21 Kansas State
22 Texas
23 TCU
24 Louisiana–Lafayette
25 Stanford
NCBWA[6]
Ranking Team
1 Cal State Fullerton
2 Virginia
3 Oregon State
4 Mississippi State
5 Florida State
6 LSU
7 Indiana
8 NC State
9 UCLA
10 Vanderbilt
11 Oregon
12 South Carolina
13 North Carolina
14 Louisville
15 Rice
16 Clemson
17 Miami (FL)
18 Kansas State
19 Oklahoma State
20 Arizona State
21 Florida
22 TCU
23 Texas A&M
24 Louisiana–Lafayette
25 Texas

Conference standings

2014 America East Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Stony Brook  ‍‍‍ 18 5   .783 35 18   .660
Hartford  ‍‍‍ 16 7   .696 31 23   .574
UMass Lowell  ‍‍‍ 10 10   .500 20 22   .476
Binghamton  ‍‍y 11 12   .478 25 26   .490
Maine  ‍‍‍ 10 11   .476 24 29   .453
UMBC  ‍‍‍ 7 17   .292 17 29   .370
Albany  ‍‍‍ 7 17   .292 12 33   .267
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 6, 2014[7]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 American Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 12 Louisville  ‍‍‍y 19 5   .792 48 15   .762
UCF  ‍‍‍ 17 7   .708 36 23   .610
No. 16 Houston  ‍‍y 14 9   .609 48 16   .750
Rutgers  ‍‍‍ 14 9   .609 30 25   .545
South Florida  ‍‍‍ 10 14   .417 27 31   .466
Temple  ‍‍‍ 9 14   .391 15 32   .319
Connecticut  ‍‍‍ 9 14   .391 27 31   .466
Memphis  ‍‍‍ 8 16   .333 30 29   .508
Cincinnati  ‍‍‍ 6 18   .250 22 31   .415
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 6, 2014[8]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Atlantic 10 Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
Saint Louis  ‍‍‍ 18 7 1   .712 34 21 1   .616
Saint Joseph's  ‍‍‍ 18 8 0   .692 35 16 0   .686
George Mason  ‍‍y 16 9 0   .640 34 22 0   .607
VCU  ‍‍‍ 15 10 0   .600 37 20 0   .649
Richmond  ‍‍‍ 13 12 0   .520 24 28 1   .462
Dayton  ‍‍‍ 14 13 0   .519 24 30 0   .444
Fordham  ‍‍‍ 13 14 0   .481 24 30 0   .444
George Washington  ‍‍‍ 12 15 0   .444 20 30 0   .400
UMass  ‍‍‍ 12 15 0   .444 15 31 0   .326
La Salle  ‍‍‍ 9 15 1   .380 14 34 1   .296
Rhode Island  ‍‍‍ 7 18 0   .280 13 40 0   .245
St. Bonaventure  ‍‍‍ 6 17 0   .261 12 30 0   .286
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 7, 2014[9]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
Atlantic
No. 21 Florida State x‍‍‍y 21 9 0   .700 43 17 0   .717
No. 16 Maryland  ‍‍‍y 15 14 0   .517 40 23 0   .635
Clemson  ‍‍‍y 15 14 0   .517 36 25 0   .590
Wake Forest  ‍‍‍ 15 15 0   .500 30 26 0   .536
NC State  ‍‍‍ 13 17 0   .433 32 23 0   .582
Boston College  ‍‍‍ 10 20 0   .333 22 33 0   .400
Notre Dame  ‍‍‍ 9 21 0   .300 22 31 0   .415
Coastal
No. 22 Miami (FL) x‍‍‍y 24 6 0   .800 44 19 0   .698
No. 2 Virginia  ‍‍‍y 22 8 0   .733 47 14 0   .770
Duke  ‍‍‍ 16 14 0   .533 33 25 0   .569
North Carolina  ‍‍‍y 15 15 0   .500 35 27 0   .565
Georgia Tech  ‍‍y 14 16 0   .467 37 27 0   .578
Pittsburgh  ‍‍‍ 11 19 0   .367 22 30 0   .423
Virginia Tech  ‍‍‍ 9 21 0   .300 21 31 1   .406
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of January 16, 2015[10]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Atlantic Sun Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Florida Gulf Coast  ‍‍‍ 19 8   .704 39 22   .639
Mercer  ‍‍‍ 18 9   .667 38 17   .691
No. 13 Kennesaw State  ‍‍y 17 9   .654 40 24   .625
Lipscomb  ‍‍‍ 17 10   .630 33 28   .541
East Tennessee State  ‍‍‍ 13 13   .500 27 30   .474
Jacksonville  ‍‍‍ 13 13   .500 21 33   .389
Stetson  ‍‍‍ 13 14   .481 26 34   .433
North Florida  ‍‍‍ 11 16   .407 22 31   .415
USC Upstate  ‍‍‍ 6 20   .231 17 38   .309
Northern Kentucky  ‍‍‍ 6 21   .222 14 37   .275
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 8, 2014[11]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 10 Oklahoma State ‍‍‍y 18 6   .750 48 18   .727
No. 5 TCU ‍‍y 17 7   .708 48 18   .727
Kansas ‍‍‍y 15 9   .625 35 26   .574
No. 8 Texas Tech ‍‍‍y 14 10   .583 45 21   .682
No. 3 Texas ‍‍‍y 13 11   .542 46 21   .687
West Virginia ‍‍‍ 9 14   .391 28 26   .519
Baylor ‍‍‍ 8 15   .348 26 31   .456
Oklahoma ‍‍‍ 8 16   .333 29 29   .500
Kansas State ‍‍‍ 5 19   .208 25 30   .455
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball [12]
2014 Big East Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 30 Creighton  ‍‍‍ 14 4 0   .778 32 17 1   .650
St. John's  ‍‍‍ 13 5 0   .722 35 20 0   .636
Seton Hall  ‍‍‍ 11 7 0   .611 38 15 0   .717
Xavier  ‍‍y 8 10 0   .444 30 29 0   .508
Butler  ‍‍‍ 7 11 0   .389 20 30 0   .400
Georgetown  ‍‍‍ 5 13 0   .278 19 29 0   .396
Villanova  ‍‍‍ 5 13 0   .278 16 34 0   .320
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 2, 2014[13]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Big South Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
North
Liberty x‍‍‍y 23 3 0   .885 41 18 0   .695
Campbell ‍‍y 18 8 0   .692 41 21 0   .661
High Point ‍‍‍ 18 8 0   .692 33 22 0   .600
Radford ‍‍‍ 17 10 0   .630 33 23 0   .589
VMI ‍‍‍ 11 16 0   .407 25 23 0   .521
Longwood ‍‍‍ 9 18 0   .333 22 33 0   .400
South
Winthrop x‍‍‍ 14 13 0   .519 27 33 0   .450
Coastal Carolina ‍‍‍ 13 13 0   .500 24 33 0   .421
Charleston Southern ‍‍‍ 12 14 0   .462 30 26 0   .536
Gardner–Webb ‍‍‍ 11 15 0   .423 24 31 0   .436
Presbyterian ‍‍‍ 9 18 0   .333 19 34 1   .361
UNC Asheville ‍‍‍ 4 22 0   .154 13 40 0   .245
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 1, 2014[14]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Big Ten Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 8 Indiana  ‍y 21 3 0   .875 42 13 0   .764
No. 26 Nebraska  ‍‍‍y 18 6 0   .750 40 19 0   .678
Illinois  ‍‍‍ 17 7 0   .708 32 21 0   .604
Minnesota  ‍‍‍ 13 11 0   .542 27 24 0   .529
Michigan  ‍‍‍ 13 11 0   .542 30 29 1   .508
Michigan State  ‍‍‍ 11 13 0   .458 31 26 0   .544
Iowa  ‍‍‍ 10 14 0   .417 30 23 0   .566
Ohio State  ‍‍‍ 10 14 0   .417 30 28 0   .517
Northwestern  ‍‍‍ 7 16 0   .304 19 33 0   .365
Purdue  ‍‍‍ 6 18 0   .250 13 37 0   .260
Penn State  ‍‍‍ 5 18 0   .217 18 32 0   .360
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 25, 2014[15]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Big West Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 19 Cal Poly  ‍‍‍y 19 5 0   .792 47 12 0   .797
Long Beach State  ‍‍‍y 17 7 0   .708 34 26 0   .567
No. 8 UC Irvine  ‍‍‍y 15 9 0   .625 40 23 0   .635
#29 Cal State Fullerton y ‍‍‍ 14 10 0   .583 24 24 0   .500
UC Santa Barbara  ‍‍‍ 12 12 0   .500 34 17 1   .663
UC Riverside  ‍‍‍ 12 12 0   .500 26 28 0   .481
UC Davis  ‍‍‍ 7 17 0   .292 23 31 0   .426
Hawaii  ‍‍‍ 6 18 0   .250 22 31 0   .415
Cal State Northridge  ‍‍‍ 6 18 0   .250 18 38 0   .321
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 9, 2014[16]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Conference USA baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 17 Rice ‍y 23 7 0   .767 41 18 0   .695
UAB  ‍‍‍ 20 10 0   .667 35 21 0   .625
Southern Miss  ‍‍‍ 19 11 0   .633 35 25 0   .583
Middle Tennessee  ‍‍‍ 17 13 0   .567 31 27 0   .534
Old Dominion  ‍‍‍y 17 13 0   .567 36 24 0   .600
East Carolina  ‍‍‍ 16 14 0   .533 33 26 0   .559
UTSA  ‍‍‍ 16 14 0   .533 35 26 0   .574
FIU  ‍‍‍ 16 14 0   .533 36 20 0   .643
Florida Atlantic  ‍‍‍ 14 16 0   .467 28 25 0   .528
Tulane  ‍‍‍ 10 18 0   .357 23 29 0   .442
Marshall  ‍‍‍ 10 19 0   .345 20 31 0   .392
Charlotte  ‍‍‍ 10 19 0   .345 19 31 1   .382
Louisiana Tech  ‍‍‍ 5 25 0   .167 15 35 0   .300
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 26, 2014[17]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Horizon League baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Wright State  ‍‍‍ 25 4   .862 34 19   .642
UIC  ‍‍‍ 17 13   .567 25 28   .472
Valparaiso  ‍‍‍ 12 12   .500 25 28   .472
Milwaukee  ‍‍‍ 10 14   .417 21 28   .429
Oakland  ‍‍‍ 7 17   .292 12 33   .267
Youngstown State  ‍‍‍ 6 17   .261 15 36   .294
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
As of May 24, 2014[18]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Mid-American Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
East Division
Miami (OH)  x‍‍‍ 18 9 0   .667 29 25 0   .537
Kent State  ‍‍‍ 16 11 0   .593 32 21 0   .604
Bowling Green  ‍‍‍ 15 12 0   .556 25 25 0   .500
Buffalo  ‍‍‍ 13 13 0   .500 24 24 0   .500
Akron  ‍‍‍ 12 15 0   .444 25 28 0   .472
Ohio  ‍‍‍ 7 20 0   .259 11 40 0   .216
West Division
Ball State  x‍‍‍ 22 4 0   .846 38 16 0   .704
Central Michigan  ‍‍‍ 19 8 0   .704 35 21 0   .625
Western Michigan  ‍‍‍ 11 16 0   .407 22 29 0   .431
Toledo  ‍‍‍ 11 16 0   .407 21 32 0   .396
Northern Illinois  ‍‍‍ 11 16 0   .407 17 35 1   .330
Eastern Michigan  ‍‍‍ 6 21 0   .222 19 34 0   .358
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
As of May 18, 2014[19]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
Northern
Delaware State x‍‍‍ 17 7 0   .708 30 17 0   .638
Norfolk State ‍‍‍ 14 10 0   .583 20 25 0   .444
Coppin State ‍‍‍ 9 15 0   .375 12 33 0   .267
Maryland Eastern Shore ‍‍‍ 8 16 0   .333 13 35 0   .271
Southern
Florida A&M x‍‍‍ 14 10 0   .583 25 25 0   .500
Bethune–Cookman x‍‍‍ 14 10 0   .583 24 31 0   .436
North Carolina Central ‍‍‍ 12 12 0   .500 19 32 1   .375
Savannah State ‍‍‍ 11 13 0   .458 21 30 0   .412
North Carolina A&T ‍‍‍ 9 15 0   .375 17 32 0   .347
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
As of May 16, 2014[20]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Mountain West Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
UNLV  ‍‍‍y 20 10 0   .667 36 25 0   .590
New Mexico  ‍‍‍ 20 10 0   .667 37 20 1   .647
San Diego State  ‍‍y 17 13 0   .567 42 21 0   .667
Nevada  ‍‍‍ 15 15 0   .500 31 27 0   .534
Fresno State  ‍‍‍ 13 17 0   .433 28 29 0   .491
Air Force  ‍‍‍ 10 20 0   .333 20 34 0   .370
San Jose State  ‍‍‍ 10 20 0   .333 19 38 0   .333
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of June 1, 2014[21]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Pac-12 Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 2 Oregon State  ‍‍‍y 23 7 0   .767 42 12 0   .778
No. 13 Washington  ‍‍‍y 21 9 0   .700 39 15 1   .718
No. 18 Arizona State  ‍‍‍y 19 11 0   .633 33 22 0   .600
No. 20 Oregon  ‍‍‍y 18 12 0   .600 42 18 0   .700
Stanford  ‍‍‍y 16 14 0   .533 29 23 0   .558
Southern California  ‍‍‍ 16 14 0   .533 29 24 0   .547
Washington State  ‍‍‍ 14 16 0   .467 24 29 0   .453
California  ‍‍‍ 13 17 0   .433 26 27 0   .491
UCLA  ‍‍‍ 12 18 0   .400 25 30 1   .455
Arizona  ‍‍‍ 9 21 0   .300 22 33 0   .400
Utah  ‍‍‍ 4 26 0   .133 16 36 0   .308
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 26, 2014[22]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
Eastern
No. 24 Florida x‍‍y 21 9 0   .700 40 23 0   .635
No. 25 South Carolina ‍‍‍y 18 12 0   .600 44 18 0   .710
No. 1 Vanderbilt ‍‍‍y 17 13 0   .567 51 21 0   .708
Kentucky ‍‍‍y 14 16 0   .467 37 25 0   .597
Tennessee  ‍‍‍ 12 18 0   .400 31 23 0   .574
Georgia  ‍‍‍ 11 18 1   .383 26 29 1   .473
Missouri  ‍‍‍ 6 24 0   .200 20 33 0   .377
Western
No. 4 Ole Miss x‍‍‍y 19 11 0   .633 48 21 0   .696
No. 21 LSU ‍‍y 17 11 1   .603 46 16 1   .738
No. 28 Mississippi State ‍‍‍y 18 12 0   .600 39 24 0   .619
No. 30 Arkansas ‍‍‍y 16 14 0   .533 40 25 0   .615
Alabama ‍‍‍y 15 14 0   .517 37 24 0   .607
Texas A&M ‍‍‍y 14 16 0   .467 36 26 0   .581
Auburn ‍‍‍ 10 20 0   .333 28 28 0   .500
x – Division champion
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Southern Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Western Carolina  ‍‍‍ 20 6   .769 37 18   .673
Davidson  ‍‍‍ 17 8   .680 29 19   .604
Georgia Southern  ‍‍y 15 12   .556 40 23   .635
Samford  ‍‍‍ 15 12   .556 35 25   .583
Wofford  ‍‍‍ 12 14   .462 32 28   .533
Appalachian State  ‍‍‍ 12 14   .462 21 34   .382
Elon  ‍‍‍ 12 15   .444 27 26   .509
Furman  ‍‍‍ 11 15   .423 26 32   .448
UNC Greensboro  ‍‍‍ 8 16   .333 21 28   .429
The Citadel  ‍‍‍ 8 18   .308 24 34   .414
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2014[23]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Southland Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Sam Houston State  ‍‍‍y 22 8   .733 41 17   .707
Nicholls State  ‍‍‍ 21 9   .700 32 26   .552
Northwestern State  ‍‍‍ 19 11   .633 33 26   .559
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi  ‍‍‍ 19 11   .633 31 27   .534
Southeastern Louisiana ‍‍y 18 12   .600 37 23   .617
Central Arkansas  ‍‍‍ 17 13   .567 32 22   .593
McNeese State  ‍‍‍ 17 13   .567 30 28   .517
Lamar  ‍‍‍ 16 14   .533 31 25   .554
Oral Roberts  ‍‍‍ 15 15   .500 30 26   .536
Houston Baptist  ‍‍‍ 12 18   .400 23 28   .451
Incarnate Word*  ‍‍‍ 9 15   .375 18 32   .360
Stephen F. Austin  ‍‍‍ 11 19   .367 20 35   .364
Abilene Christian*  ‍‍‍ 6 18   .250 17 35   .327
New Orleans  ‍‍‍ 2 28   .067 11 38   .224
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 24, 2014[24]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
*Ineligible for postseason play due to Division I transition
2014 Southwestern Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
East
Alabama State  x‍‍‍ 21 3   .875 37 20   .649
Alabama A&M  ‍‍‍ 12 9   .571 21 32   .396
Alcorn State  ‍‍‍ 10 12   .455 11 42   .208
Jackson State  ‍‍y 9 15   .375 31 23   .574
Mississippi Valley State  ‍‍‍ 4 18   .182 4 38   .095
West
Arkansas–Pine Bluff  x‍‍‍ 16 7   .696 22 28   .440
Texas Southern  ‍‍‍ 13 9   .591 23 29   .442
Prairie View A&M  ‍‍‍ 11 12   .478 21 30   .412
Grambling State  ‍‍‍ 11 13   .458 16 32   .333
Southern  ‍‍‍ 6 16   .273 10 26   .278
x – Division champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 24, 2014[25]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Sun Belt Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 9 Louisiana–Lafayette  ‍y 26 4   .867 58 10   .853
Texas–Arlington  ‍‍‍ 19 11   .633 32 26   .552
Arkansas State  ‍‍‍ 18 12   .600 32 26   .552
Texas State  ‍‍‍ 16 14   .533 30 28   .517
WKU  ‍‍‍ 15 15   .500 29 28   .509
Troy  ‍‍‍ 11 18   .379 25 32   .439
South Alabama  ‍‍‍ 11 18   .379 22 33   .400
Arkansas–Little Rock  ‍‍‍ 11 19   .367 25 29   .463
Georgia State  ‍‍‍ 11 19   .367 25 31   .446
Louisiana–Monroe  ‍‍‍ 11 19   .367 23 36   .390
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2014[26]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 West Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 11 Pepperdine  ‍y 18 9   .667 42 16   .724
Loyola Marymount  ‍‍‍ 17 10   .630 32 24   .571
Gonzaga  ‍‍‍ 17 10   .630 26 29   .473
Santa Clara  ‍‍‍ 16 11   .593 26 30   .464
San Diego  ‍‍‍ 16 11   .593 34 20   .630
Pacific  ‍‍‍ 15 12   .556 26 27   .491
BYU  ‍‍‍ 12 15   .444 22 31   .415
San Francisco  ‍‍‍ 11 16   .407 25 29   .463
Saint Mary's  ‍‍‍ 8 19   .296 16 39   .291
Portland  ‍‍‍ 5 22   .185 11 41   .212
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of June 7, 2014[27]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2014 Western Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Sacramento State  ‍y 21 6   .778 40 24   .625
Grand Canyon  ‍‍‍ 19 8   .704 30 23   .566
Texas–Pan American  ‍‍‍ 17 10   .630 27 30   .474
Utah Valley  ‍‍‍ 16 11   .593 28 30   .483
Cal State Bakersfield  ‍‍‍ 15 12   .556 26 33   .441
Seattle  ‍‍‍ 13 11   .542 26 27   .491
New Mexico State  ‍‍‍ 11 13   .458 23 31   .426
North Dakota  ‍‍‍ 8 16   .333 10 29   .256
Chicago State  ‍‍‍ 5 19   .208 17 37   .315
Northern Colorado  ‍‍‍ 4 23   .148 10 43   .189
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
As of May 24, 2014[28]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

Conference winners and tournaments

Twenty-nine athletic conferences each end their regular seasons with a single-elimination tournament or a double-elimination tournament. The teams in each conference that win their regular season title are given the number one seed in each tournament. The winners of these tournaments receive automatic invitations to the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.

Conference Regular
Season Winner
Conference
Player of the Year
Conference
Coach of the Year
Conference
Tournament
Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament
Winner
America East Conference Stony Brook Kevin Krause, Stony Brook[29] Matt Senk, Stony Brook[29] 2014 America East Conference Baseball Tournament Edward A. LeLacheur ParkLowell, MA Binghamton
American Athletic Conference Louisville Jeff Gardner, Louisville[30] Terry Rooney, UCF[30] 2014 American Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Bright House FieldClearwater, FL Houston
Atlantic 10 Conference Saint Louis Collin Forgey, Saint Joseph's[31] Fritz Hamburg, Saint Joseph's[31] 2014 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament Billiken Sports CenterSt. Louis, MO George Mason
Atlantic Coast Conference Atlantic - Florida State
Coastal - Miami (FL)
D. J. Stewart, Florida State[32] Brian O'Connor, Virginia[32] 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament NewBridge Bank ParkGreensboro, NC Georgia Tech
Atlantic Sun Conference Florida Gulf Coast Max Pentecost, Kennesaw State[33] Dave Tollett, Florida Gulf Coast[33] 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball Tournament Swanson StadiumFort Myers, FL Kennesaw State
Big 12 Conference Oklahoma State Zach Fish, Oklahoma State[34] Josh Holliday, Oklahoma State[34] 2014 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament Chickasaw Bricktown BallparkOklahoma City, OK TCU
Big East Conference Creighton Reagan Fowler, Creighton and
D. J. Ruhlman, Seton Hall[35]
Ed Servais, Creighton[35] 2014 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament MCU ParkBrooklyn, NY Xavier
Big South Conference North - Liberty
South - Winthrop
Ryan Seiz, Liberty[36] Jim Toman, Liberty[36] 2014 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament Winthrop BallparkRock Hill, SC Campbell
Big Ten Conference Indiana Sam Travis, Indiana[37] Tracy Smith, Indiana[37] 2014 Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournament TD Ameritrade Park OmahaOmaha, NE Indiana
Big West Conference Cal Poly No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Colonial Athletic Association William & Mary Michael Katz, William & Mary Brian Murphy, William & Mary 2014 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Tournament Brooks FieldWilmington, NC College of Charleston
Conference USA Rice Aramis Garcia, Florida International[38] Brian Shoop, UAB[38] 2014 Conference USA Baseball Tournament Pete Taylor ParkHattiesburg, MS Rice
Horizon League Wright State 2014 Horizon League Baseball Tournament Kapco ParkMilwaukee, WI Youngstown State
Ivy League Gehrig - Penn/Columbia
Rolfe - Yale/Dartmouth
Alec Keller, Princeton[39] N/A 2014 Ivy League Baseball Championship Series Campus Sites Columbia
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Canisius 2014 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament FirstEnergy ParkLakewood, NJ Siena
Mid-American Conference East - Miami (OH)
West - Ball State
2014 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament All Pro Freight StadiumAvon, OH Kent State
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Northern - Delaware State
Southern - Bethune-Cookman/Florida A&M
2014 Mid–Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Marty L. Miller FieldNorfolk, VA Bethune-Cookman
Missouri Valley Conference Evansville 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Baseball Tournament Bob Warn Field at Sycamore StadiumTerre Haute, IN Dallas Baptist
Mountain West Conference UNLV/New Mexico 2014 Mountain West Conference Baseball Tournament Earl E. Wilson StadiumParadise, NV San Diego State
Northeast Conference Bryant 2014 Northeast Conference Baseball Tournament Dodd StadiumNorwich, CT Bryant
Ohio Valley Conference Southeast Missouri State 2014 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball Tournament The Ballpark at JacksonJackson, TN Jacksonville State
Pac-12 Conference Oregon State No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Patriot League Bucknell/Army Kash Manzelli, Navy[40] Scott Heather, Bucknell[40] 2014 Patriot League Baseball Tournament Campus Sites Bucknell
Southeastern Conference East – Florida
West – Mississippi
A. J. Reed, Kentucky[41] Kevin O'Sullivan, Florida[41] 2014 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament Hoover Metropolitan StadiumHoover, AL LSU
Southern Conference Western Carolina 2014 Southern Conference Baseball Tournament Joseph P. Riley, Jr. ParkCharleston, SC Georgia Southern
Southland Conference Sam Houston State 2014 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament Bear StadiumConway, AR Southeastern Louisiana
Southwestern Athletic Conference East - Alabama State
West - Arkansas–Pine Bluff
2014 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Wesley Barrow StadiumNew Orleans, LA Jackson State
The Summit League Omaha 2014 The Summit League Baseball Tournament Erv Huether FieldBrookings, SD North Dakota State
Sun Belt Conference Louisiana-Lafayette 2014 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Tournament Eddie Stanky FieldMobile, AL Louisiana-Lafayette
West Coast Conference Pepperdine 2014 West Coast Conference Baseball Tournament Banner Island BallparkStockton, CA Pepperdine
Western Athletic Conference Sacramento State 2014 Western Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament Cubs ParkMesa, AZ Sacramento State

College World Series

The 2014 season marked the sixty eighth NCAA Baseball Tournament, which culminated with the eight team College World Series. The College World Series was held in Omaha, Nebraska. The eight teams played a double-elimination format, with Commodores claiming their first championship with a two games to one series win over Virginia in the final.

Bracket

First round Second round Semifinals Final
               
UC Irvine 3
Texas 1
UC Irvine 4
Vanderbilt 6
Louisville 3
Vanderbilt 5
Vanderbilt 0 4
Texas 4 310
Texas 4
Louisville 1
Texas 1
UC Irvine 0
Vanderbilt 9 2 3
3 Virginia 8 7 2
Texas Tech 2
7 TCU 3
7 TCU 2
3 Virginia 315
Ole Miss 1
3 Virginia 2
3 Virginia 4
Ole Miss 1
Texas Tech 1
Ole Miss 2
Ole Miss 6
7 TCU 4

Award winners

Consensus All-American teams

Major player of the year awards

Major freshman of the year awards

Major coach of the year awards

Other major awards

Coaching changes

This table lists programs that changed head coaches at any point from the first day of the 2014 season until the day before the first day of the 2015 season.

Team Former
coach
Interim
coach
New
coach
Reason
Arizona State Tim Esmay Tracy Smith Esmay resigned on June 9, 2014.[51][52]
Brown Marek Drabinski Grant Achilles Drabinski resigned on April 11, 2014. The Bears were 6–15, 0–8 in the Ivy League and coming off a loss to Connecticut.[53]
Campbell Greg Goff Justin Haire Goff resigned to take the coaching position at Louisiana Tech.[54]
Illinois State Mark Kingston Bo Durkac Kingston resigned on June 4 to take the coaching position at South Florida[55][56]
Indiana Tracy Smith Chris Lemonis Smith resigned on June 9 to take the coaching position at Arizona State.[52]
Louisiana Tech Wade Simoneaux Greg Goff Simoneaux was fired on May 19 at the end of a 15-35 season, finishing last in C-USA.[57]
Mississippi Valley State Doug Shanks Aaron Stevens Shanks retired November 12.[58]
New Mexico State Rocky Ward Brian Green Ward was fired on May 27 at the end of a 23 - 31 season, finishing 7th in the WAC.[59]
Northern Illinois Ed Mathey Mike Kunigonis Mathey resigned on November 20 to take over at Division III North Central College.[60]
Rhode Island Jim Foster Raphael Cerrato Foster resigned to take an assistant coaching job with Boston College on July 17, 2014.[61] Cerrato was originally announced as interim head coach on July 17, 2014, interim tag lifted on June 23, 2015.[62]
Rutgers Fred Hill Joe Litterio Hill announced on February 20, 2014 that he would retire.[63]
Sam Houston State David Pierce Matt Deggs Pierce resigned to take the coaching position at Tulane.[64]
San Diego State Tony Gwynn Mark Martinez Gwynn died of cancer on June 16. The San Diego Padres Hall of Famer and San Diego State alumnus had gone on medical leave in March 2014 for treatment.[65]
South Florida Lelo Prado Mark Kingston Prado accepted a non-coaching position in the South Florida Athletic Department on May 19, 2014.[66]
Tulane Rick Jones David Pierce Jones retired on May 24 after 21 years of coaching the Green Wave.[67]
VMI Marlin Ikenberry Jonathan Hadra Ikenberry resigned November 3 to pursue a private sector opportunity.[68] Hadra was initially named interim head coach, and announced as permanent head coach on November 13.[69]

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