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NCAA.com | May 24, 2015

Conference Championships

2015 DIVISION I BASEBALL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Conference Location * Date/Results Champion Last Tourn App.

AAC
Clearwater, Fla. May 19-24 East Carolina 2012

ACC
Durham, N.C. May 19-24 Florida State 2014

America East
Lowell, Mass. May 21-23 Stony Brook 2012

Atlantic 10
Arlington, Va. May 20-23 VCU 2010

Atlantic Sun
Fort Meyers, Fla. May 20-23 Lipscomb 2008

Big 12
Tulsa, Ok. May 20-24 Texas 2014

Big East
Omaha, Neb. May 21-24 St. John's 2012

Big South
Boiling Springs, N.C. May 19-23 Radford First

Big Ten
Minneapolis May 20-24 Michigan 2008

Big West
  No Championship Cal State Fullerton 2014

C-USA
Hattiesburg, Miss. May 20-24 Florida International 2011

CAA

Charleston, S.C.

May 20-23
UNCW 2013

Horizon League
Whiting, Ind. May 20-23 Wright State 2011

Ivy League
  May 9-10 Columbia 2014

MAC
Avon, Ohio May 20-24 Ohio 1997

MEAC
Salisbury, Md. May 13-16 Florida A&M First

MWC
Reno, Nev. May 20-24 San Diego State 2014

MAAC
Fishkill, N.Y. May 20-23 Canisius 2013

Missouri Valley
Wichita, Kan. May 20-23 Missouri State 2012

Northeast
Norwich, Conn May 21-24 Sacred Heart 2012

Ohio Valley
Jackson, Tenn. May 20-23 Morehead State 1983

Pac-12
  No Championship UCLA 2013

Patriot League
Annapolis, Md. May 9-17 Lehigh 2006

SEC
Hoover, Ala. May 19-24 Florida 2014

SWAC
New Orleans May 13-17 Texas Southern 2008

Southern
Charleston, S.C. May 19-24 Mercer 2013

Southland
Sugar Land, Texas May 20-23 Houston Baptist First

Summit League
Sioux Falls, S.D. May 20-23 Oral Roberts 2012

Sun Belt
Troy, Ala. May 20-24 Louisiana-Lafayette 2014

WAC
Mesa, Ariz. May 20-23^ Cal State Bakersfield First

WCC
Stockton, CA May 21-23 Pepperdine 2014
* -- Final location only.
^ -- Series will extend to May 24 if necessary.

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