Stat-urday, 6/15/2019: College World Series


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TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, NE, home of the College World Series (photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

The 2019 College World Series begins today with Game 1 starting at 2 p.m. (Eastern). The following eight teams are this year’s participants:

  • Arkansas (46-18)
  • Auburn (38-26)
  • Florida State (41-21)
  • Louisville (49-16)
  • Michigan (46-20)
  • Mississippi State (51-13)
  • Texas Tech (44-18)
  • Vanderbilt (54-11)

Check out the stats below on the CWS over the years, and see more stats on NCAA.com.

Happy Stat-urday!

~ baseballrebecca

Year Champion Score Runner-Up Most Outstanding Player
1947 California 17–8, 8–7 Yale  
1948 Southern California 3–1, 3–8, 9–2 Yale  
1949 Texas 10–3 Wake Forest Tom Hamilton, Texas
1950 Texas 3–0 Washington State Ray VanCleef, Rutgers
1951 Oklahoma 3–2 Tennessee Sidney Hatfield, Tennessee
1952 Holy Cross 8–4 Missouri James O’Neill, Holy Cross
1953 Michigan 7–5 Texas J.L. Smith, Texas
1954 Missouri 4–1 Rollins Tom Yewcic, Michigan State
1955 Wake Forest 7–6 Western Michigan Tom Borland, Oklahoma A&M
1956 Minnesota 12–1 Arizona Jerry Thomas, Minnesota
1957 California 1–0 Penn State Cal Emery, Penn State
1958 Southern California 8–7 Missouri Bill Thom, Southern California
1959 Oklahoma State 5–3 Arizona Jim Dobson, Oklahoma State
1960 Minnesota 2–1 Southern California John Erickson, Minnesota
1961 Southern California 1–0 Oklahoma State Littleton Fowler, Oklahoma State
1962 Michigan 5–4 Santa Clara Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara
1963 Southern California 5–2 Arizona Bud Hollowell, Southern California
1964 Minnesota 5–1 Missouri Joe Ferris, Maine
1965 Arizona State 2–1 Ohio State Sal Bando, Arizona State
1966 Ohio State 8–2 Oklahoma State Steve Arlin, Ohio State
1967 Arizona State 11–2 Houston Ron Davini, Arizona State
1968 Southern California 4–3 Southern Illinois Bill Seinsoth, Southern California
1969 Arizona State 10–1 Tulsa John Dolinsek, Arizona State
1970 Southern California 2–1 Florida State Gene Ammann, Florida State
1971 Southern California 7–2 Southern Illinois Jerry Tabb, Tulsa
1972 Southern California 1–0 Arizona State Russ McQueen, Southern California
1973 Southern California 4–3 Arizona State Dave Winfield, Minnesota
1974 Southern California 7–3 Miami (FL) George Milke, Southern California
1975 Texas 5–1 South Carolina Mickey Reichenbach, Texas
1976 Arizona 7–1 Eastern Michigan Steve Powers, Arizona
1977 Arizona State 2–1 South Carolina Bob Horner, Arizona State
1978 Southern California 10–3 Arizona State Rod Boxberger, Southern California
1979 Cal State Fullerton 2–1 Arkansas Tony Hudson, Cal State Fullerton
1980 Arizona 5–3 Hawaii Terry Francona, Arizona
1981 Arizona State 7–4 Oklahoma State Stan Holmes, Arizona State
1982 Miami (FL) 9–3 Wichita State Dan Smith, Miami (FL)
1983 Texas 4–3 Alabama Calvin Schiraldi, Texas
1984 Cal State Fullerton 3–1 Texas John Fishel, Cal State Fullerton
1985 Miami (FL) 10–6 Texas Greg Ellena, Miami (FL)
1986 Arizona 10–2 Florida State Mike Senne, Arizona
1987 Stanford 9–5 Oklahoma State Paul Carey, Stanford
1988 Stanford 9–4 Arizona State Lee Plemel, Stanford
1989 Wichita State 5–3 Texas Greg Brummett, Wichita State
1990 Georgia 2–1 Oklahoma State Mike Rebhan, Georgia
1991 LSU 6–3 Wichita State Gary Hymel, LSU
1992 Pepperdine 3–2 Cal State Fullerton Phil Nevin, Cal State Fullerton
1993 LSU 8–0 Wichita State Todd Walker, LSU
1994 Oklahoma 13–5 Georgia Tech Chip Glass, Oklahoma
1995 Cal State Fullerton 11–5 Southern California Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton
1996 LSU 9–8 Miami (FL) Pat Burrell, Miami (FL)
1997 LSU 13–6 Alabama Brandon Larson, LSU
1998 Southern California 21–14 Arizona State Wes Rachels, Southern California
1999 Miami (FL) 6–5 Florida State Marshall McDougall, Florida State
2000 LSU 6–5 Stanford Trey Hodges, LSU
2001 Miami (FL) 12–1 Stanford Charlton Jimerson, Miami (FL)
2002 Texas 12–6 South Carolina Huston Street, Texas
2003 Rice 4–310, 3–8, 14–2 Stanford John Hudgins, Stanford
2004 Cal State Fullerton 6–4, 3–2 Texas Jason Windsor, Cal State Fullerton
2005 Texas 4–2, 6–2 Florida David Maroul, Texas
2006 Oregon State 3–4, 11–7, 3–2 North Carolina Jonah Nickerson, Oregon State
2007 Oregon State 11–4, 9–3 North Carolina Jorge Luis Reyes, Oregon State
2008 Fresno State 6–7, 19–10, 6–1 Georgia Tommy Mendonca, Fresno State
2009 LSU 7–6, 1–5, 11–4 Texas Jared Mitchell, LSU
2010 South Carolina 7–1, 2–111 UCLA Jackie Bradley, Jr., South Carolina
2011 South Carolina 2–111, 5–2 Florida Scott Wingo, South Carolina
2012 Arizona 5–1, 4–1 South Carolina Rob Refsnyder, Arizona
2013 UCLA 3–1, 8–0 Mississippi State Adam Plutko, UCLA
2014 Vanderbilt 9–8, 2–7, 3–2 Virginia Dansby Swanson, Vanderbilt
2015 Virginia 1–5, 3–0, 4–2 Vanderbilt Josh Sborz, Virginia
2016 Coastal Carolina 0–3, 5–4, 4–3 Arizona Andrew Beckwith, Coastal Carolina
2017 Florida 4–3, 6–1 LSU Alex Faedo, Florida
2018 Oregon State 1–4, 5–3, 5–0 Arkansas Adley Rutschman, Oregon State

 

 

 

 

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