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NCAA.com | May 25, 2014

DI Conference Championships

2014 DIVISION I BASEBALL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Conference Dates Location Venue Champion

America East
May 22-25 Lowell, Mass. LeLacheur Park Binghamton

American Athletic
May 21-25 Clearwater, Fla. Bright House Field Houston

Atlantic 10
May 21-24 Saint Louis, Mo. Billikens Sports Center George Mason

Atlantic Coast
May 20-25 Greensboro, N.C. Newbridge Bank Park Georgia Tech

Atlantic Sun
May 21-25 Fort Myers, Fla. Swanson Stadium Kennesaw State

Big 12
May 21-25 Oklahoma City Bricktown Ballpark TCU

Big East
May 22-25 Brooklyn, N.Y. MCU Park Xavier

Big South
May 20-25 Rock Hill, S.C. Winthrop Ballpark Campbell

Big Ten
May 21-25 Omaha, Neb. TD Ameritrade Park Indiana

Big West
No Tournament     Cal Poly

Colonial Athletic Association
May 21-24 Wilmington, N.C. Brooks Field Coll. of Charleston

Conference USA
May 21-25 Hattiesburg, Miss. Pete Taylor Park Rice

Horizon League
May 21-24 Milwaukee Kapco Park Youngstown State

Ivy League
May 10-11 New York, N.Y. Satow Stadium Columbia

Metro Atlantic Athletic
May 21-25 Lakewood, N.J. FirstEnergy Bank Siena

Mid-American
May 21-25 Avon, Ohio All Pro Freight Stadium Kent State

Mid-Eastern Athletic
May 15-19 Norfolk, Va. Marty L. Miller Field Bethune-Cookman

Missouri Valley
May 20-24 Terre Haute, Ind. Bob Warn Field Dallas Baptist

Mountain West
May 21-25 Las Vegas, Nev. Wilson Baseball Stadium San Diego State

Northeast
May 22-24 Norwich, Conn. Dodd Stadium Bryant

Ohio Valley
May 21-25 Jackson, Tenn. The Ballpark in Jackson Jacksonville State

Pacific-12
No Tournament     Oregon State

Patriot League
May 10-11, 17-18 Lewisburg, Pa. Depew Field Bucknell

Southeastern
May 20-25 Hoover, Ala. Hoover Metropolitan Stadium LSU

Southern
May 20-25 Charleston, S.C. Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park Georgia Southern

Southland
May 21-24 Conway, Ark. Bear Stadium Southeastern La.

Southwestern Athletic
May 14-18 New Orleans, La. Wesley Barrow Stadium Jackson State

Summit League
May 22-24 Sioux Falls, S.D. Sioux Falls Stadium North Dakota State

Sun Belt
May 21-25 Mobile, Ala. Stanky Field La.-Lafayette

West Coast
May 22-24 Stockton, Calif. Banner Island Ballpark Pepperdine

Western Athletic
May 21-25 Mesa, Ariz. Cubs Park Sacramento State
2014 AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS
SCHOOL *APPEARANCES (LAST) POSTSEASON RECORD
Bethune-Cookman 14 (2012) 1-26
Binghamton 3 (2013) 1-4
Bryant 2 (2013) 1-2
Bucknell 6 (2010) 1-10
Cal Poly 3 (2013) 1-4
Campbell 2 (1990) 0-2
College of Charleston 6 (2012) 9-10
Columbia 4 (2013) 1-6
Dallas Baptist 4 (2012) 5-7
George Mason 7 (2009) 1-12
Georgia Southern 14 (2011) 17-28
Georgia Tech 30 (2013) 68-59
Houston 18 (2008) 32-36
Indiana 4 (2013) 7-6
Jackson State 6 (2013) 0-10
Jacksonville State 4 (2010) 0-6
Kennesaw State First --
Kent State 13 (2012) 15-25
Louisiana-Lafayette 14 (2013) 22-27
LSU 27 (2013) 132-51
North Dakota State 2 (1956) 1-1
Oregon State 15 (2013) 45-29
Pepperdine 27 (2012) 54-52
Rice 20 (2013) 77-45
Sacramento State First --
San Diego State 11 (2013) 10-20
Siena 2 (1999) 0-2
Southeastern Louisiana 3 (1994) 1-4
TCU 12 (2012) 24-24
Xavier 2 (2009) 1-2
Youngstown State 2 (2004) 0-2
*Division I only. Includes 2014.

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