2012 NCAA Division I baseball season

The 2012 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 17, 2012. The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2012 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 concluded on June 25, 2012 with the final game of the best of three championship series. Arizona defeated two-time defending champion South Carolina two games to none to claim their fourth championship.

2012 NCAA Division I baseball season
DurationFebruary 17, 2012–June 25, 2012
Number of teams297[1]
Preseason #1Florida Gators
Tournament
DurationJune 1–25, 2012
College World Series
ChampionsArizona )
Runners-upSouth Carolina
MOPRobert Refsnyder (Arizona)
Seasons

Realignment

New programs

Nebraska-Omaha joined Division I from the Division II MIAA.[2]

Dropped programs

Cleveland State dropped its varsity baseball program following the 2011 season.[3] Two programs which had competed as Division I Independents, Le Moyne and New Orleans, dropped to Division II.[4][5] Centenary, which had been a member of The Summit League, dropped to Division III.[6]

Conference changes

Several conferences added single programs prior to the 2012 season. The Pac-12 Conference added Utah, previously a Mountain West Conference member, and the West Coast Conference added BYU, also a previous Mountain West member.[7][8] Nebraska moved from the Big 12 Conference to the Big Ten Conference.[9] Campbell moved from the Atlantic Sun Conference to the Big South Conference.[10]

Three Independents joined conferences prior to the season. Savannah State and North Carolina Central both joined the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, while SIU Edwardsville joined the Ohio Valley Conference.[11][12][13]

Conference formats

With the addition of Savannah State and North Carolina Central, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference split into two divisions, the North and the South.

Season outlook

Coaches' Poll [14]
Ranking Team
1 Florida
2 South Carolina
3 Stanford
4 North Carolina
5 Texas
6 Texas A&M
7 Rice
8 Arkansas
9 Florida State
10 Georgia Tech
11 TCU
12 Vanderbilt
13 Miami
14 LSU
15 Oklahoma
16 Cal State Fullerton
17 Virginia
18 UCLA
19 Oregon State
20 Arizona
21 St. John's
22 California
23 Clemson
24 Louisville
25 Georgia
Collegiate Baseball News [15]
Ranking Team
1 Florida
2 South Carolina
3 Stanford
4 North Carolina
5 Texas
6 Texas A&M
7 Rice
8 Arkansas
9 Georgia Tech
10 TCU
11 St. John's
12 LSU
13 Florida State
14 Miami (FL)
15 Louisville
16 Oklahoma
17 Arizona State
18 Georgia
19 UCLA
20 Arizona
21 Cal State Fullerton
22 California
23 Vanderbilt
24 Oregon State
25 Clemson
Baseball America [16]
Ranking Team
1 Florida
2 Stanford
3 South Carolina
4 Arkansas
5 Arizona
6 Rice
7 Texas A&M
8 LSU
9 North Carolina
10 Vanderbilt
11 Georgia
12 Georgia Tech
13 Texas
14 UCLA
15 TCU
16 Clemson
17 Arizona State
18 Miami (FL)
19 Oklahoma
20 Florida State
21 UCF
22 Ole Miss
23 Oregon State
24 Louisville
25 Cal State Fullerton
NCBWA [17]
Ranking Team
1 Florida
2 South Carolina
3 North Carolina
4 Stanford
5 Texas A&M
6 Arkansas
7 Texas
8 Rice
9 Georgia Tech
10 Florida State
11 Vanderbilt
12 LSU
13 TCU
14 Oklahoma
15 Arizona State
16 Miami (FL)
17 Clemson
18 Arizona
19 Cal State Fullerton
20 UCLA
21 Georgia
22 Oregon State
23 Virginia
24 UC Irvine
25 Louisville

Conference standings

2012 America East Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
#8 Stony Brook  y 2130 .875  52150 .776
Albany   1680 .667  22321 .409
Binghamton   1390 .591  23260 .469
Maine   11110 .500  28280 .500
Hartford   7170 .292  16400 .286
UMBC   2220 .083  10420 .192
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of June 17, 2012[18]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
Atlantic
#3 Florida State  xy 2460 .800  50170 .746
#16 NC State  y 19110 .633  39170 .696
Clemson  y 16140 .533  34260 .567
Wake Forest   13170 .433  33240 .579
Maryland   10200 .333  32240 .571
Boston College   10200 .333  21340 .382
Coastal
#5 North Carolina  xy 2280 .733  44140 .759
#15 Virginia  y 18120 .600  39161 .705
#21 Miami  y 16140 .533  36210 .632
#24 Georgia Tech  y 12180 .400  37240 .607
Virginia Tech   11190 .367  34210 .618
Duke   9210 .300  21340 .382
x Division champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of June 1, 2012[19]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Atlantic Sun Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Belmont  y 1710 .630  3924 .619
South Carolina Upstate   1610 .615  3320 .623
Kennesaw State   1511 .577  3425 .576
Mercer   1512 .556  3821 .644
Stetson   1512 .556  3523 .603
Florida Gulf Coast   1512 .556  2631 .456
Lipscomb   1413 .519  2530 .455
North Florida   1215 .444  3124 .564
East Tennessee State   819 .296  2332 .418
Jacksonville   720 .259  1838 .321
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2012[20]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2012 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#4 Baylor  y 204 .833  4715 .758
#8 Texas A&M  y 168 .667  4318 .705
Texas   1410 .583  3022 .577
Oklahoma  y 1310 .565  4123 .641
Oklahoma State   1311 .542  3225 .561
Missouri  y 1014 .417  3328 .541
Kansas   716 .304  2434 .414
Kansas State   717 .292  2731 .466
Texas Tech   717 .292  2926 .527
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of June 4, 2012[21]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Big East Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
#25 Louisville y   1890 .667  42220 .656
St. John's  y 1890 .667  40230 .635
Seton Hall   17100 .630  34240 .586
South Florida   17100 .630  38220 .633
Connecticut   16110 .593  31271 .534
Rutgers   16110 .593  31250 .554
Notre Dame   14130 .519  31270 .534
Pittsburgh   10170 .370  28280 .500
Georgetown   10170 .370  24290 .453
Villanova   10170 .370  28270 .509
West Virginia   9180 .333  23320 .418
Cincinnati   7200 .259  18380 .321
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 15, 2012[22]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Big Ten Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#15 Purdue  y 177 .708  4514 .763
Indiana   168 .667  3228 .533
Penn State   159 .625  2927 .518
Nebraska   1410 .583  3523 .603
Michigan State  y 1311 .542  3723 .617
Ohio State   1113 .458  3327 .550
Illinois   1113 .458  2825 .528
Minnesota   1113 .458  2927 .518
Iowa   1014 .417  2327 .460
Michigan   816 .333  2234 .393
Northwestern   618 .250  1836 .333
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2012[23]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Big West Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#19 Cal State Fullerton  y 177 .708  3621 .632
Cal Poly   168 .667  3620 .643
Long Beach State   159 .625  2827 .509
UC Irvine   1311 .542  3125 .554
UC Davis   1212 .500  2730 .474
UC Santa Barbara   1014 .417  2828 .500
Cal State Northridge   1014 .417  2330 .434
UC Riverside   915 .375  2232 .407
Pacific   618 .250  1640 .286
Conference champion
y Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of June 3, 2012[24]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Conference USA baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
#9 Rice  y 1770 .708  40170 .702
#18 UCF  y 1680 .667  43150 .741
Tulane   14100 .583  38200 .655
Southern Miss   14100 .583  32240 .571
Memphis   14100 .583  31280 .525
East Carolina  y 13101 .563  35221 .612
UAB  y 9150 .375  32280 .533
Houston   5181 .229  18351 .343
Marshall   5190 .208  17370 .315
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of May 30 2012[25]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 NCAA Division I baseball independents standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Dallas Baptist  y      4119 .683
Longwood        2721 .563
Cal State Bakersfield        2530 .455
Seattle        2330 .434
Nebraska-Omaha        1236 .250
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2012[26]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2012 Pac-12 Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#4 UCLA  y 2010 .667  4816 .750
#11 Arizona  y 2010 .667  4817 .738
#10 Oregon  y 1911 .633  4619 .708
#13 Stanford  y 1812 .600  4118 .695
#17 Oregon State  y 1812 .600  4020 .667
Arizona State   1812 .600  3620 .643
Washington   1317 .433  3025 .545
California   1218 .400  2925 .537
Washington State   1218 .400  2828 .500
USC   822 .267  2332 .418
Utah   723 .233  1442 .250
Conference champion
y Invited to the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of May 28, 2012[27]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Eastern
#2 South Carolina  xy 1811 .621  4920 .710
#6 Florida  y 1812 .600  4720 .701
#19 Kentucky  y 1812 .600  4518 .714
#25 Vanderbilt  y 1614 .533  3528 .556
Georgia   1415 .483  3126 .544
Tennessee   822 .267  2431 .436
Western
#11 LSU  xy 1911 .633  4718 .723
#3 Arkansas  y 1614 .533  4622 .676
Mississippi State  y 1614 .533  4024 .625
Ole Miss  y 1416 .467  3726 .587
Auburn   1317 .433  3128 .525
Alabama   921 .300  2134 .382
x Division champion
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 26, 2012[28]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 Southern Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Appalachian State  y 219 .700  3814 .731
College of Charleston  y 219 .700  3718 .673
Elon   2010 .667  3124 .564
Samford  y 1911 .633  3521 .625
Western Carolina   1614 .533  3222 .593
Georgia Southern   1515 .500  3026 .536
Furman   1317 .433  2629 .473
The Citadel   1317 .433  2431 .436
UNC Greensboro   1020 .333  2527 .481
Davidson   921 .300  2232 .407
Wofford   822 .267  1731 .354
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of May 20, 2012[29]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll
2012 West Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#28 Pepperdine  y 168 .667  3623 .610
San Diego  y 159 .625  4017 .702
Gonzaga   1410 .583  3422 .607
Loyola Marymount   1410 .583  2727 .500
San Francisco   1410 .583  2930 .492
Portland   1212 .500  2724 .529
BYU   1014 .417  2227 .449
Saint Mary's   816 .333  2429 .453
Santa Clara   519 .208  2628 .481
Conference champion
y Invited to the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament
As of June 6, 2012[30]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2012 Western Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
New Mexico State  y 117 .611  3522 .614
Nevada   117 .611  3225 .561
Sacramento State   117 .611  3126 .544
Hawaii   108 .556  3025 .545
Fresno State  y 810 .444  2826 .519
Louisiana Tech   711 .389  2728 .491
San Jose State   513 .278  2229 .431
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of May 26, 2012[31]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll

Conference winners and tournaments

Thirty 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 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, with the exception of the Great West Conference, as that league remains in a provisional status.[32]

Conference Regular
Season Winner
Conference
Player of the Year
Conference
Coach of the Year
Conference
Tournament
Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament
Winner
America East ConferenceStony BrookTravis Jankowski, Stony Brook[33]Matt Senk, Stony Brook[33]2012 America East Conference Baseball TournamentJoe Nathan FieldStony Brook, NYStony Brook
Atlantic 10 ConferenceDayton/Saint LouisJeff Roy, Rhode Island[34]Darin Hendrickson, Saint Louis[34]2012 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball TournamentHoulihan ParkBronx, NYDayton
Atlantic Coast ConferenceAtlantic – Florida State
Coastal – North Carolina
James Ramsey, Florida State[35]Mike Martin, Florida State[35]2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball TournamentNewBridge Bank ParkGreensboro, NCGeorgia Tech
Atlantic Sun ConferenceBelmontGaither Bumgardner, South Carolina Upstate[36]Matt Fincher, South Carolina Upstate[36]2012 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball TournamentMelching Field at Conrad ParkDeLand, FLBelmont
Big 12 ConferenceBaylorJosh Ludy, Baylor[37]Steve Smith, Baylor[37]2012 Big 12 Baseball TournamentRedHawks BallparkOklahoma City, OKMissouri
Big East ConferenceLouisvillePatrick Kivelehan, Rutgers[38]Ed Blankmeyer, St. John's[38]2012 Big East Conference Baseball TournamentBright House FieldClearwater, FLSt. John's
Big South ConferenceCoastal CarolinaDaniel Bowman, Coastal Carolina[39]Gary Gilmore, Coastal Carolina[39]2012 Big South Conference Baseball TournamentWilliard Baseball StadiumHigh Point, NCCoastal Carolina
Big Ten ConferencePurdueKevin Plawecki, Purdue[40]Doug Schreiber, Purdue[40]2012 Big Ten Conference Baseball TournamentHuntington ParkColumbus, OHPurdue
Big West ConferenceCal State FullertonMitch Haniger, Cal Poly[41]Rick Vanderhook, Cal State Fullerton[41]No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Colonial Athletic AssociationUNC WilmingtonDonny Poma, Hofstra[42]Mark Scalf, UNC Wilmington[42]2012 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball TournamentEagle Field at Veterans Memorial ParkHarrisonburg, VAUNC Wilmington
Conference USARiceJacob Wilson, Rice[43]Wayne Graham, Rice[43]2012 Conference USA Baseball TournamentTrustmark ParkPearl, MSUAB
Great West ConferenceUtah ValleyGoose Kallunki, Utah Valley[44]Eric Madsen, Utah Valley[44]2012 Great West Conference Baseball TournamentHarold Kraft Memorial FieldGrand Forks, NDUtah Valley
Horizon LeagueValparaisoTristan Moore, Wright State[45]Tracy Woodson, Valparaiso[45]2012 Horizon League Baseball TournamentLes Miller FieldChicago, ILValparaiso
Ivy LeagueGehrig - Cornell
Rolfe - Dartmouth
Dario Pizzano, Columbia[46]N/A2012 Ivy League Baseball Championship SeriesHoy FieldIthaca, NYCornell
Metro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceManhattanChris Burke, Iona[47]Bill Currier, Fairfield[48]2012 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentJoseph L. Bruno StadiumTroy, NYManhattan
Mid-American ConferenceEast - Kent State
West - Toledo
George Roberts, Kent State[49]Scott Stricklin, Kent State[50]2012 Mid-American Conference Baseball TournamentAll Pro Freight StadiumAvon, OHKent State
Mid-Eastern Athletic ConferenceNorthern - Delaware State
Southern - Bethune-Cookman
Ryan Haas, Delaware State[51]J. P. Blandin, Delaware State[52]2012 Mid–Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentMarty L. Miller FieldNorfolk, VABethune-Cookman
Missouri Valley ConferenceIndiana StateJeremy Lucas, Indiana State[53]Rick Heller, Indiana State[53]2012 Missouri Valley Conference Baseball TournamentHammons FieldSpringfield, MOCreighton
Mountain West ConferenceNew Mexico/Texas ChristianMitchell Garver, New Mexico
DJ Peterson, New Mexico[54]
Ray Birmingham, New Mexico[53]2012 Mountain West Conference Baseball TournamentEarl Wilson StadiumParadise, NVNew Mexico
Northeast ConferenceBryantRyan Kresky, Fairleigh Dickinson[55]Steve Owens, Bryant[56]2012 Northeast Conference Baseball TournamentSenator Thomas J. Dodd Memorial StadiumNorwich, CTSacred Heart
Ohio Valley ConferenceAustin Peay/Eastern KentuckyTrenton Moses, Southeast Missouri State[57]Jason Stein, Eastern Kentucky[58]2012 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball TournamentPringles ParkJackson, TNAustin Peay
Pac-12 ConferenceUCLA/ArizonaAlex Mejia, Arizona[59]Andy Lopez, Arizona[59]No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Patriot LeagueArmyKevin McKague, Army[60]Joe Sottolano, Army[61]2012 Patriot League Baseball TournamentCampus SitesArmy
Southeastern ConferenceWest – LSU
East – South Carolina
Raph Rhymes, LSU[62]Gary Henderson, Kentucky[62]2012 SEC Baseball TournamentRegions ParkHoover, ALMississippi State
Southern ConferenceAppalachian State/College of CharlestonMarty Gantt, College of Charleston[63]Chris Pollard, Appalachian State[63]2012 Southern Conference Baseball TournamentFluor Field at the West EndGreenville, SCSamford
Southland ConferenceSam Houston StateBrock Hebert, Southeastern Louisiana[64]David Pierce, Sam Houston State[65]2012 Southland Conference Baseball TournamentBobcat BallparkSan Marcos, TXTexas–Arlington
Southwestern Athletic ConferenceEast - Jackson State
West - Southern
Kendall Logan, Jackson State[66]Waskyla Cullivan, Jackson State[67]2012 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentLee–Hines FieldBaton Rouge, LAPrairie View A&M
The Summit LeagueOral RobertsJared Schlehuber, Oral RobertsJohn Musachio, Oakland[68]2012 The Summit League Baseball TournamentJ. L. Johnson StadiumOklahoma City, OKOral Roberts
Sun Belt ConferenceFlorida AtlanticJeremy Sy, Louisiana–Monroe[69]Tommy Raffo, Arkansas State[70]2012 Sun Belt Conference Baseball TournamentBowling Green BallparkBowling Green, KYLouisiana–Monroe
West Coast ConferencePepperdineJoe Sever, Pepperdine[71]Steve Rodriguez, Pepperdine[71]No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Western Athletic ConferenceNew Mexico StateAndrew Ayers, Sacramento State[72]Reggie Christiansen, Sacramento State[72]2012 Western Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentHoHoKam StadiumMesa, AZFresno State

College World Series

The 2012 season marked the sixty sixth 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 Arizona claiming their fourth championship with a two games to none series win over South Carolina in the final.

Bracket

  First Round Second Round Semifinals Finals
                                           
2 UCLA 9  
Stony Brook 1  
  2 UCLA 0  
  Arizona 4  
Arizona 4
3 Florida State 3  
  Arizona 10 -  
  3 Florida State 3 -  
Stony Brook 2  
3 Florida State 12  
  3 Florida State 4
  2 UCLA 1  
  Arizona 5 4 -
  8 South Carolina 1 1 -
Kent State 1  
Arkansas 8  
  Arkansas 2
  8 South Carolina 1  
1 Florida 3
8 South Carolina 7  
  Arkansas 0 2
  8 South Carolina 2 3  
Kent State 5  
1 Florida 4  
  Kent State 1
  8 South Carolina 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

See also

References

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