2011 NCAA Division I baseball season

The 2011 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 18, 2011. The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2011 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2011 College World Series. The College World Series consisted of the eight remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament. Although it was held in its annual location of Omaha, Nebraska, it was played at the newly constructed TD Ameritrade Park for the first time. It concluded on June 29, 2011, with the final game of the best of three championship series. South Carolina defeated Florida two games to none to claim their second championship.

2011 NCAA Division I baseball season
DurationFebruary 18, 2011 – June 29, 2011
Number of teams300
Preseason #1Florida Gators
TCU Horned Frogs
UCLA Bruins
Tournament
DurationJune 3–29, 2011
Most conference bidsACC and SEC (7)
College World Series
ChampionsSouth Carolina )
Runners-upFlorida
MOPScott Wingo, USC
Seasons

Realignment

Dropped programs

Duquesne dropped its varsity baseball program following the 2010 season.[1]

Conference changes

New Orleans left the Sun Belt Conference to become a Division I independent.[2]

Preseason

The South Carolina Gamecocks entered the season as defending World Series champions. Among the four major baseball polls there were three different teams ranked preseason #1: the Florida Gators (Baseball America),[3] TCU Horned Frogs (Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA),[4][5] and UCLA Bruins (Coaches').[6]

Conference standings

America East Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Stony Brook2220.91742120.778
Maine1860.75032220.593
Binghamton13100.56521280.429
Albany11110.50021310.404
Hartford3200.1306430.122
UMBC2200.09110370.213
Atlantic 10 Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Charlotte1770.70842140.750
Rhode Island1680.66731220.585
Dayton1590.62532270.542
Xavier14100.58330270.526
La Salle13110.54228260.519
Richmond13110.54229270.518
St. Bonaventure13110.54223230.500
Fordham12110.52231230.574
St. Joseph's11130.45821310.404
St. Louis10140.41729260.527
George Washington9150.37519360.345
Massachusetts8150.34817290.370
Temple4200.16724290.453
Atlantic Coast Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Atlantic Division
Florida State19110.63342170.724
Clemson17130.56741180.695
North Carolina State15150.50034250.576
Wake Forest15150.50025310.446
Boston College7220.24117330.340
Maryland5250.16724350.375
Coastal Division
Virginia2280.7334990.842
Georgia Tech2280.73340190.678
North Carolina20100.66745140.763
Miami (FL)19100.65536210.632
Virginia Tech11190.36730250.545
Duke7230.23326300.464
Atlantic Sun Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Stetson2370.76741180.695
Jacksonville19110.63336220.621
Kennesaw State18110.62132250.561
Mercer17120.58639200.661
East Tennessee State16120.57136210.632
Belmont17130.56736240.600
Florida Gulf Coast16140.53327280.491
North Florida13170.43327270.500
South Carolina-Upstate10180.35719360.345
Lipscomb10200.33319360.345
Campbell3270.10017370.315
Big East Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Connecticut2250.81541171.707
St. John's1880.69235200.648
Pittsburgh16110.59333230.589
Seton Hall14130.51933230.582
Cincinnati14130.51930270.526
Louisville14130.51932290.525
West Virginia14130.51928270.509
Notre Dame13130.50023290.442
South Florida13140.48125290.463
Rutgers11160.40720300.400
Villanova7200.25920320.385
Georgetown5220.18523330.411
Big South Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Coastal Carolina2070.74141180.695
Liberty1890.66735240.593
Charleston Southern15120.55629300.492
Winthrop15120.55627300.474
Gardner–Webb14130.51934230.596
Radford14130.51931250.554
VMI14130.51927240.529
High Point9180.33324320.429
Presbyterian9180.33324320.429
UNC Asheville7200.25915370.288
Big Ten Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Michigan State1590.62536210.632
Illinois1590.62528250.528
Purdue14100.58337200.649
Minnesota13110.54225240.510
Ohio State13110.54226270.491
Penn State12120.50032220.593
Indiana11130.45830250.545
Northwestern10130.43520290.408
Iowa9150.37520320.385
Michigan7160.30417370.315
Big 12 Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Texas1980.70443150.741
Texas A&M1980.70442180.695
Oklahoma14110.56041170.707
Oklahoma State14120.53835230.603
Baylor13140.48129260.527
Kansas State12140.46236230.610
Texas Tech12150.44433250.569
Missouri11150.42327320.466
Nebraska9170.34630250.545
Kansas9180.33326300.464
Big West Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Cal State Fullerton1950.78340150.722
UC Irvine1680.69639160.722
Cal Poly1590.62527260.519
Long Beach State12120.50029270.509
UC Riverside11130.43529230.549
UC Santa Barbara10140.43526260.500
UC Davis10140.43518360.340
Pacific9150.34817370.302
Cal State Northridge6180.26123330.418
Colonial Athletic Association
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
James Madison2190.70040170.702
Old Dominion19110.63330260.536
North Carolina-Wilmington18120.60031280.525
Georgia State17130.56737210.638
Delaware16140.53327260.509
William and Mary16140.53326290.473
Towson15150.50026280.481
Virginia Commonwealth12180.40022320.407
Northeastern12180.40018330.353
Hofstra12180.40015320.319
George Mason7230.23321320.396
Conference USA
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Southern Mississippi1680.66739170.696
Rice1680.66741190.683
East Carolina14100.58339190.672
Central Florida12120.50038210.644
Memphis12120.50030270.526
Houston12120.50027320.458
Tulane10140.41731260.544
UAB9150.37529280.509
Marshall7170.29220310.392
Great West Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Utah Valley2220.91734220.607
Northern Colorado1970.73124320.429
Houston Baptist16120.57122400.355
New York Tech13120.52019320.373
New Jersey Tech12160.42920350.364
Texas–Pan American10180.35721320.396
North Dakota7170.29212350.255
Chicago State4190.1749410.180
Horizon League
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Wright State1670.69636170.673
Illinois-Chicago1670.69628260.519
Milwaukee15100.60028280.500
Valparaiso14100.58325320.446
Butler11140.44023280.451
Youngstown State7160.30414410.255
Cleveland State5200.20012430.218
Ivy League
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Lou Gehrig Division
Princeton1550.75023220.511
Pennsylvania10100.50019210.475
Columbia9110.45019250.432
Cornell7130.35010300.250
Red Rolfe Division
Dartmouth1460.70030120.714
Yale1190.55023190.548
Brown9110.45013290.310
Harvard5150.2509360.200
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Manhattan2020.90934170.667
Rider1670.69633180.647
Siena14100.58328300.483
Marist13110.54235170.673
Fairfield13110.54222250.468
Canisius12100.54526320.448
Iona7170.29217340.333
St. Peter's5180.21716340.320
Niagara5190.2088400.167
Mid-American Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
East Division
Kent State2150.80843150.741
Miami (OH)1890.66735250.583
Bowling Green11140.44020310.392
Ohio11160.40727270.500
Akron7200.25916370.302
Buffalo3220.12014380.269
West Division
Central Michigan1790.65431270.534
Eastern Michigan16110.59337220.627
Northern Illinois16110.59330270.526
Toledo15120.55626290.473
Western Michigan12140.46226310.456
Ball State11150.42315350.300
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Bethune–Cookman18001.00035220.614
Delaware State1170.61126290.473
North Carolina A&T1080.55621340.382
Norfolk State990.50024290.453
Maryland-Eastern Shore7110.3899410.180
Florida A&M6120.33317400.298
Coppin State2160.1115390.114
Missouri Valley Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Creighton1560.71444140.759
Wichita State1470.66739260.600
Illinois State1380.61936180.667
Missouri State1190.55033230.589
Southern Illinois11100.52423340.404
Indiana State8130.38129280.509
Evansville7130.35028250.528
Bradley4170.19022320.407
Mountain West Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Texas Christian2030.87042170.712
Utah1670.69629210.580
Brigham Young11120.47831270.534
San Diego State11130.45822360.379
Nevada-Las Vegas10130.43533250.569
New Mexico10140.41720390.339
Air Force4200.16719360.345
Northeast Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Monmouth2570.78136190.655
Sacred Heart2390.71934210.618
Long Island19110.63328230.549
Bryant19120.61330230.566
Central Connecticut State17140.54826250.510
Wagner12200.37518330.353
Quinnipiac11210.34415320.319
Fairleigh Dickinson9230.28112380.240
Mount St. Mary's7250.21915350.300
Ohio Valley Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Austin Peay1760.73933220.600
Southeast Missouri State1480.63634220.607
Jacksonville State1490.60936230.610
Tennessee Tech12120.50025290.463
Eastern Kentucky11130.45821360.368
Tennessee-Martin10130.43520360.357
Eastern Illinois9120.42918330.353
Murray State9130.40919320.373
Morehead State6160.27310390.204
Pacific-10 Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
UCLA1890.66733220.600
Arizona State17100.61539160.709
Oregon State17100.65438170.691
Arizona15120.53836160.655
Stanford14120.53832200.615
California13130.50031200.608
USC13140.46825310.446
Oregon11160.38533260.559
Washington State10170.34626280.481
Washington6210.23117370.315
Patriot League
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Navy1280.60033231.588
Army1190.55022260.458
Lafayette10100.50018300.375
Bucknell10100.50025280.472
Holy Cross9110.45024231.510
Lehigh8120.40024210.533
Southeastern Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
East Division
Vanderbilt2280.7334490.830
South Carolina2280.73344120.786
Florida2280.73341150.732
Georgia16140.53328280.500
Kentucky8220.26725300.455
Tennessee7230.23325290.463
West Division
Arkansas15150.50038190.667
Mississippi State14160.46734230.596
Alabama14160.46733260.559
Auburn14160.46729290.500
LSU13170.43336200.643
Ole Miss13170.43330250.545
Southern Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Elon2370.76636210.632
North Carolina-Greensboro2280.73334200.630
College of Charleston18120.60039220.639
Samford18120.60037230.617
Georgia Southern18120.60036260.581
Appalachian State15150.50033270.550
Furman13160.44824330.421
Western Carolina12180.40023311.426
Wofford9210.30022330.400
Davidson8210.27618300.375
The Citadel8220.26720360.357
Southland Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Texas State2390.71940230.635
Stephen F. Austin20130.60637230.617
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi19140.57637240.607
Southeastern Louisiana18140.56235220.614
Sam Houston State17160.51535240.593
Texas-San Antonio16170.48527320.458
Texas-Arlington15170.46927280.491
Lamar15180.45529270.518
Nicholls State15180.45528290.491
McNeese State14190.42426290.473
Central Arkansas13200.39424290.453
Northwestern State11210.34422320.407
Southwestern Athletic Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Eastern Division
Alcorn State1940.82626270.491
Mississippi Valley State1490.60918360.333
Jackson State14100.58327260.509
Alabama State6180.25014290.326
Alabama A&M6180.25010390.204
Western Division
Southern1680.66729190.604
Grambling State14100.58323260.469
Prairie View A&M13110.54225210.543
Texas Southern10140.41725290.463
Arkansas-Pine Bluff7170.29211340.244
Summit League
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Oral Roberts2170.75039220.639
South Dakota State2080.71437200.649
North Dakota State15120.55622320.407
Western Illinois13150.46421380.356
IUPU-Fort Wayne12160.42917340.333
Southern Utah11170.39323310.426
Oakland10180.35719310.380
Centenary9180.33312310.279
Sun Belt Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Troy2190.70043190.694
Florida International2091.68340201.664
Louisiana-Lafayette18120.60031270.534
Western Kentucky17130.56733240.579
Florida Atlantic17130.56732250.561
South Alabama15150.50030280.517
Arkansas State13161.45027311.466
Arkansas-Little Rock10200.33324340.414
Middle Tennessee State9210.30018370.327
Louisiana-Monroe9210.30024300.444
West Coast Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
San Francisco1650.76231230.574
Gonzaga1560.71432190.627
Loyola Marymount11100.52430250.545
Portland11100.52423310.426
San Diego11100.52422310.415
St. Mary's9120.42927280.491
Pepperdine7140.33322340.393
Santa Clara4170.19017340.333
Western Athletic Conference
ConfOverall
TeamWLTPctWLTPct
Fresno State1770.70839140.736
Hawai'i1770.70833240.579
Louisiana Tech12120.50034260.567
Nevada12120.50024310.436
San Jose State11130.45835260.574
New Mexico State9150.37534240.586
Sacramento State6180.25019390.328
Division I Independents
TeamWLTPct
Dallas Baptist42200.677
Longwood28180.609
Cal State Bakersfield33220.600
Savannah State29230.558
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville28240.538
Le Moyne23300.434
Seattle21301.413
North Carolina Central7390.152
New Orleans4500.074


Team won the conference tournament and the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament
Conference does not have conference tournament, so team won the autobid for finishing in first
Team received at-large bid to NCAA Tournament

Conference winners and tournaments

Of the 31 conferences that sponsored Division I baseball in 2011, 28 sponsored conference tournaments or championship series. With the exception of the Great West Conference, a provisional member of Division I, the winners of these tournaments received their conference's automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament. Programs qualified for the conference tournaments based on their regular season against conference opponents, and tournament formats included double elimination, single elimination, and round robin.

Conference Regular
Season Winner
Conference
Player of the Year
Conference
Coach of the Year
Conference
Tournament
Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament
Winner
America East ConferenceStony Brook[7]William Carmona, Stony Brook[8]Matt Senk, Stony Brook[8]2011 America East Conference Baseball TournamentJoe Nathan FieldStony Brook, NY[9]Maine[9]
Atlantic Coast ConferenceAtlantic – Florida State
Coastal – Georgia Tech/Virginia[10]
Brad Miller, Clemson[11]Brian O'Connor, Virginia[12]2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball TournamentDurham Bulls Athletic ParkDurham, NC[13]Virginia[13]
Atlantic Sun ConferenceStetson[14]Adam Brett Walker, Jacksonville[15]Pete Dunn, Stetson[16]2011 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball TournamentDugan Field at Marsh StadiumNashville, TN[17]Belmont[17]
Atlantic 10 ConferenceCharlotte[18]Ben Thomas, Xavier[19]Jim Foster, Rhode Island[20]2011 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball TournamentCampbell's FieldCamden, NJ[21]Charlotte[21]
Big East ConferenceConnecticut[22]George Springer, Connecticut[23]Jim Penders, Connecticut[23]2011 Big East Conference Baseball TournamentBright House FieldClearwater, FL[24]Seton Hall[24]
Big South ConferenceCoastal Carolina[25]Tommy La Stella, Coastal Carolina[26]Stuart Lake, Charleston Southern[26]2011 Big South Conference Baseball TournamentGray–Minor StadiumLexington, VA[27]Coastal Carolina[27]
Big Ten ConferenceMichigan State/Illinois[28]Jeff Holm, Michigan State[29]Jake Boss, Michigan State[30]2011 Big Ten Conference Baseball TournamentHuntington ParkColumbus, OH[31]Illinois[31]
Big 12 ConferenceTexas/Texas A&M[32]Tyler Naquin, Texas A&M[33]Augie Garrido, Texas/Rob Childress, Texas A&M[34]2011 Big 12 Conference Baseball TournamentRedHawks BallparkOklahoma City, OK[35]Texas A&M[35]
Big West ConferenceCal State Fullerton[36]Nick Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton[37]Dave Serrano, Cal State Fullerton[37]No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Colonial Athletic AssociationJames Madison[38]Jake Lowery, James Madison[39]Nate Goulet, Old Dominion[39]2011 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball TournamentBrooks FieldWilmington, NC[40]James Madison[40]
Conference USASouthern Miss/Rice[41]Chad Zurcher, Memphis[42]Scott Berry, Southern Miss[42]2011 Conference USA Baseball TournamentTrustmark ParkPearl, MS[43]Rice[43]
Great West ConferenceUtah Valley[44]Effrey Valdez, NYIT[45]Eric Madsen, Utah Valley[45]2011 Great West Conference Baseball TournamentHarold Kraft Memorial FieldGrand Forks, ND[46]Utah Valley[46]
Horizon LeagueWright State/Illinois–Chicago[47]Jake Hibberd, Wright State[48]Rob Cooper, Wright State[48]2011 Horizon League Baseball TournamentNischwitz StadiumDayton, OH[49]Wright State[49]
Ivy LeagueGehrig - Princeton
Rolfe - Dartmouth[50]
Trey Rallis, Yale[51]N/A2011 Ivy League Baseball Championship SeriesBill Clarke FieldPrinceton, NJ[52]Princeton[52]
Metro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceManhattan[53]Sean Jamieson, Canisius/Dan Paolini, Siena[54]Kevin Leighton, Manhattan[55]2011 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentWaterfront ParkTrenton, NJ[56]Manhattan[56]
Mid-American ConferenceEast - Kent State
West - Central Michigan[57]
Tom Murphy, Buffalo[58]Scott Stricklin, Kent State[58]2011 Mid-American Conference Baseball TournamentV.A. Memorial StadiumChillicothe, OH[59]Kent State[59]
Mid-Eastern Athletic ConferenceBethune-Cookman[60]Scott Davis, Delaware State[61]Mervyl Melendez, Bethune-Cookman[61]2011 Mid–Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentJackie Robinson BallparkDaytona Beach, FL[62]Bethune-Cookman[62]
Missouri Valley ConferenceCreighton[63]Chris O'Brien, Wichita State[64]Ed Servais, Creighton[64]2011 Missouri Valley Conference Baseball TournamentTD Ameritrade ParkOmaha, NE[65]Creighton[65]
Mountain West ConferenceTexas Christian[66]C. J. Cron, Utah[67]Jim Schlossnagle, Texas Christian[68]2011 Mountain West Conference Baseball TournamentTony Gwynn StadiumSan Diego, CA[69]New Mexico[69]
Northeast ConferenceMonmouth[70]Ryan Terry, Monmouth[71]Don Maines, Long Island[72]2011 Northeast Conference Baseball TournamentDodd StadiumNorwich, CT[73]Sacred Heart[74]
Ohio Valley ConferenceAustin Peay[75]Trenton Moses, Southeast Missouri State[76]Gary McClure, Austin Peay[77]2011 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball TournamentPringles ParkJackson, TN[78]Austin Peay[78]
Pac-12 ConferenceUCLA[79]Tony Renda, California[80]Pat Casey, Oregon State[80]No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Patriot LeagueNavy[81]A. J. Miller, Lafayette[82]Paul Kostacopoulos, Navy[83]2011 Patriot League Baseball TournamentCampus SitesNavy[84]
Southeastern ConferenceEast – Vanderbilt
East – Arkansas[85]
Mike Zunino, Florida[86]Ray Tanner, South Carolina[86]2011 Southeastern Conference Baseball TournamentRegions ParkHoover, AL[87]Florida[87]
Southern ConferenceElon[88]Victor Roache, Georgia Southern[89]Mike Gaski, UNC Greensboro[89]2011 Southern Conference Baseball TournamentJoseph P. Riley, Jr. ParkCharleston, SC[90]Georgia Southern[90]
Southland ConferenceTexas State[91]Bryson Myles, Stephen F. Austin[92]Ty Harrington, Texas State[93]2011 Southland Conference Baseball TournamentBobcat BallparkSan Marcos, TX[94]Texas State[95]
Southwestern Athletic ConferenceEast - Alcorn State
West - Southern[96]
Frazier Hall, Southern[97]Barret Rey, Alcorn State[98]2011 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentFair Grounds FieldShreveport, LA[99]Alcorn State[99]
The Summit LeagueOral Roberts[100]Bo Cuthbertson, Southern Utah[101]Rob Walton, Oral Roberts[101]2011 The Summit League Baseball TournamentSioux Falls StadiumSioux Falls, SD[101]Oral Roberts[101]
Sun Belt ConferenceTroy[102]Pablo Bermudez, Florida International
Adam Bryant, Troy[103]
Bobby Pierce, Troy[103]2011 Sun Belt Conference Baseball TournamentWarhawk FieldMonroe, LA[103]Arkansas-Little Rock[103]
West Coast ConferenceSan Francisco[104]Kris Bryant, San Diego
Marco Gonzalez, Gonzaga[105]
Nino Giarratano, San Francisco[105]No tournament, regular season champion earns automatic bid
Western Athletic ConferenceFresno State/Hawaii[106]Dusty Robinson, Jr., Fresno State[107]Mike Trapasso, Hawaii[107]2011 Western Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentHoHoKam StadiumMesa, AZ[108]Fresno State[108]

College World Series

The 2011 College World Series began on June 18, 2011 in Omaha, Nebraska. It was the first College World Series in 61 years not played at Rosenblatt Stadium; games were played at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.[109]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
1 Virginia 4  
California 1  
  1 Virginia 1  
  4 South Carolina 7  
Texas A&M 4
4 South Carolina 5  
  4 South Carolina 313  
  1 Virginia 2  
California 7  
Texas A&M 3  
  California 1
  1 Virginia 8  
  4 South Carolina 211 5
  2 Florida 1 2
2 Florida 8  
7 Texas 4  
  2 Florida 3
  6 Vanderbilt 1  
6 Vanderbilt 7
3 North Carolina 3  
  2 Florida 6
  6 Vanderbilt 4  
7 Texas 0  
3 North Carolina 3  
  3 North Carolina 1
  6 Vanderbilt 5  

Award winners

All-American teams

Major player of the year awards

Major coach of the year awards

Other major awards

See also

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