2013 NCAA Division I baseball season

The 2013 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 15, 2013. The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2013 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, 2013 with the final game of the best of three championship series. UCLA defeated Mississippi State two games to none to claim their first championship.

2013 NCAA Division I baseball season
DurationFebruary 15, 2013–June 25, 2013
Number of teams298
Preseason #1Arkansas (CB, Coaches, NCBWA); North Carolina (BA)
Tournament
DurationMay 31–June 25, 2013
Most conference bidsSEC (9)
College World Series
ChampionsUCLA )
Runners-upMississippi State
MOPAdam Plutko (UCLA)
Seasons

Realignment

Conference formats

Season outlook

For the full rankings, see 2013 NCAA Division I baseball rankings
Collegiate Baseball News [2]
Ranking Team
1 Arkansas
2 North Carolina
3 Vanderbilt
4 LSU
5 UCLA
6 Oregon
7 South Carolina
8 Kentucky
9 Stanford
10 Oregon State
11 NC State
12 San Diego
13 Mississippi State
14 Oklahoma
15 TCU
16 Arizona State
17 Georgia Tech
18 Arizona
19 Florida State
20 Rice
21 Texas
22 Louisville
23 Cal State Fullerton
24 Florida
25 Ole Miss
Baseball America [3]
Ranking Team
1 North Carolina
2 Vanderbilt
3 Arkansas
4 Louisville
5 Mississippi State
6 Oregon State
7 South Carolina
8 NC State
9 Stanford
10 LSU
11 Kentucky
12 UCLA
13 Ole Miss
14 TCU
15 Oregon
16 Georgia Tech
17 Florida
18 Rice
19 Oklahoma
20 Florida State
21 New Mexico
22 Cal State Fullerton
23 Southern Miss
24 Arizona
25 San Diego
Coaches' [4]
Ranking Team
1 Arkansas
2 UCLA
3 LSU
4 North Carolina
5 South Carolina
6 Oregon
7 Stanford
8 Vanderbilt
9 Florida State
10 Arizona
11 NC State
12 TCU
13 Florida
14 Oregon State
15 Kentucky
16 Oklahoma
17 Rice
T - 18 Mississippi State
T - 18 San Diego
20 Arizona State
21 Georgia Tech
22 Cal State Fullerton
23 Baylor
24 Texas A&M
T - 25 Virginia
T - 25 Louisville
NCBWA' [5]
Ranking Team
1 Arkansas
2 North Carolina
3 LSU
4 Vanderbilt
5 UCLA
6 South Carolina
7 Stanford
8 Oregon
9 NC State
10 Oregon State
11 Florida State
12 Kentucky
13 TCU
14 Arizona
15 Florida
16 Mississippi State
17 Oklahoma
18 Rice
19 Louisville
20 San Diego
21 Georgia Tech
22 Arizona State
23 Cal State Fullerton
24 Texas A&M
25 Ole Miss

Conference standings

This is a partial list of conference standings for the 2013 season.

2013 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Atlantic
#9 Florida State xy 2010 .667  4717 .734
#8 NC State y 1910 .655  5016 .758
#14 Clemson y 1812 .600  4022 .645
Maryland   1119 .367  3025 .545
Wake Forest   920 .310  2827 .509
Boston College   425 .138  1240 .231
Coastal
#2 North Carolina xy 217 .750  5912 .831
#7 Virginia y 228 .733  5012 .806
Virginia Tech y 1514 .517  4022 .645
Georgia Tech y 1515 .500  3727 .578
Miami (FL) y 1416 .467  3725 .597
Duke   921 .300  2629 .473
x Division champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2013[6]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Atlantic 10 Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
Saint Louis  y 1770 .708  41210 .661
Charlotte   1770 .708  37230 .617
Rhode Island   1770 .708  35240 .593
Xavier   1680 .667  32260 .552
George Washington   1590 .625  26320 .448
La Salle   1590 .625  24290 .453
Richmond   13110 .542  31240 .564
VCU   12120 .500  28260 .519
Saint Joseph's   12120 .500  26260 .500
Butler   12120 .500  25260 .490
St. Bonaventure   9150 .375  20280 .417
Fordham   8160 .333  22330 .400
Temple   7170 .292  18280 .391
Massachusetts   7170 .292  14310 .311
Dayton   3210 .125  11391 .225
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 3, 2013[7]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Atlantic Sun Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Mercer  y 207 .741  4318 .705
Florida Gulf Coast   198 .704  3720 .649
North Florida   189 .667  4019 .678
East Tennessee State  y 1710 .630  3624 .600
Stetson   1512 .556  2631 .456
Kennesaw State   1314 .481  3030 .500
Lipscomb   1314 .481  2534 .424
South Carolina Upstate   918 .333  2830 .483
Jacksonville   819 .296  1738 .309
Northern Kentucky   324 .111  847 .145
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 3, 2013[8]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#15 Kansas State  y 168 .667  4519 .703
#22 Oklahoma State y 1310 .565  4119 .683
#16 Oklahoma  y 1311 .542  4321 .672
West Virginia   1311 .542  3326 .559
Baylor   1211 .522  2728 .491
Kansas   1212 .500  3425 .576
TCU   1212 .500  2928 .509
Texas Tech   915 .375  2630 .464
Texas   717 .292  2724 .529
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2013[9]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Big East Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#8 Louisville  y 204 .833  5114 .785
Pittsburgh   186 .750  4217 .712
Seton Hall   186 .750  3719 .661
South Florida   177 .708  3622 .621
Rutgers   1410 .583  2830 .483
St. John's   1014 .417  2335 .397
Notre Dame   1014 .417  3424 .586
Connecticut  y 915 .375  3528 .556
Cincinnati   618 .250  2432 .429
Georgetown   519 .208  2528 .472
Villanova   519 .208  1439 .264
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 18, 2013[10]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Big Ten Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#6 Indiana  y 177 .708  4916 .754
Ohio State   159 .625  3523 .603
Nebraska   159 .625  2930 .492
Minnesota   138 .619  3222 .593
Illinois  y 1410 .583  3520 .636
Michigan   1410 .583  2927 .518
Michigan State   129 .571  3317 .660
Iowa   1014 .417  2227 .449
Northwestern   915 .375  2226 .458
Purdue   618 .250  1734 .333
Penn State   420 .167  1436 .280
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 19, 2013[11]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Colonial Athletic Association baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
UNC Wilmington  y 188 .692  3823 .623
William & Mary  y 1710 .630  3924 .619
Delaware   1512 .556  3322 .600
Old Dominion   1512 .556  3024 .556
Georgia State   1413 .519  3521 .625
Towson  y 1413 .519  3030 .500
Northeastern   1215 .444  3126 .544
James Madison   1115 .423  2530 .455
Hofstra   1116 .407  2627 .491
George Mason   720 .259  1835 .340
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2013[12]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Conference USA baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
#14 Rice  y 159 .625  4420 .688
Southern Miss   159 .625  3027 .526
East Carolina   1410 .583  3126 .544
Memphis   1410 .583  3524 .593
UCF   1311 .542  2930 .492
Houston   1311 .542  3622 .621
Tulane   1113 .458  3028 .517
UAB   717 .292  2336 .390
Marshall   618 .250  2034 .370
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 8, 2013[13]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Mountain West Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
New Mexico  y 255 .833  3722 .627
UNLV   1812 .600  3720 .649
San Diego State y 1515 .500  3131 .500
Fresno State   1416 .467  2333 .411
Nevada   1119 .367  2532 .439
Air Force   723 .233  1539 .278
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2013[14]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Pac-12 Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T PCT  W L T PCT
#4 Oregon State  y 2460 .800  52120 .813
#17 Oregon  y 2280 .733  48160 .750
#1 UCLA  y 2190 .700  46170 .730
#19 Arizona State  y 16140 .533  37221 .625
Stanford   16140 .533  32220 .593
Arizona   15150 .500  34210 .618
Washington   15150 .500  24320 .429
California   10200 .333  23310 .426
Southern California   10200 .333  20360 .357
Washington State   9210 .300  23320 .418
Utah   7230 .233  21310 .404
Conference champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 22, 2013[15]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Eastern
#9 Vanderbilt  xy 263 .897  5412 .818
#13 South Carolina  y 1712 .586  4320 .683
Florida  y 1416 .467  2930 .492
Kentucky   1119 .367  3025 .545
Missouri   1020 .333  1832 .360
Tennessee   919 .321  2230 .423
Georgia   720 .259  2132 .396
Western
#7 LSU  xy 237 .767  5711 .838
#18 Arkansas  y 1811 .621  3922 .639
#2 Mississippi State  y 1614 .533  5120 .718
Ole Miss  y 1515 .500  3824 .613
Alabama  y 1415 .483  3528 .556
Texas A&M  y 1316 .448  3429 .540
Auburn   1317 .433  3323 .589
x Division champion
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 26, 2013[16][17]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Southern Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Western Carolina   237 .767  3920 .661
College of Charleston   1811 .621  3126 .544
Elon  y 1811 .621  3430 .531
The Citadel   1812 .600  3525 .583
Appalachian State   1314 .481  3024 .556
Furman   1416 .467  3225 .561
Georgia Southern   1317 .433  2732 .458
Samford   1217 .414  2730 .474
Davidson   1218 .400  1831 .367
UNC Greensboro   1119 .367  2431 .436
Wofford   1020 .333  2036 .357
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2013[18]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
2013 Western Athletic Conference baseball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
Cal State Bakersfield   189 .667  3722 .627
Texas–Arlington   189 .667  3127 .534
Texas State   1611 .593  2929 .500
UTSA  y 1511 .577  3525 .583
Sacramento State   1413 .519  3425 .576
New Mexico State   1314 .481  2928 .509
Dallas Baptist   1314 .481  3030 .500
San Jose State   1116 .407  1741 .293
Seattle   1016 .385  2133 .389
Louisiana Tech   621 .222  1937 .339
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 1, 2013[19]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

Conference winners and tournaments

Thirty one 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 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. The West Coast Conference will launch a four team tournament for the first time in 2013. The winner of the Great West Conference, which remains in a provisional status, does not receive an automatic bid.

Conference Regular
Season Winner
Conference
Player of the Year
Conference
Coach of the Year
Conference
Tournament
Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament
Winner
America East ConferenceMaineMichael Fransoso, Maine[20]Steve Trimper, Maine[20]2013 America East Conference Baseball TournamentLeLacheur ParkLowell, MA[21]Binghamton
Atlantic 10 ConferenceSaint Louis
Charlotte
Rhode Island
Jason Seager, Charlotte
Mike Vigliariolo, Saint Louis[22]
Gregg Ritchie, George Washington[22]2013 Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball TournamentRobert and Mariam Hayes StadiumCharlotte, NC[23]Saint Louis
Atlantic Coast ConferenceAtlantic - Florida State
Coastal - North Carolina
Colin Moran, North Carolina[24]Brian O'Connor, Virginia[24]2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball TournamentDurham Bulls Athletic ParkDurham, NCNorth Carolina
Atlantic Sun ConferenceMercerChesny Young, Mercer[25]Craig Gibson, Mercer[25]2013 Atlantic Sun Conference Baseball TournamentMelching Field at Conrad ParkDeLand, FL[26]East Tennessee State
Big 12 ConferenceKansas StateRoss Kivett, Kansas State[27]Brad Hill, Kansas State[27]2013 Big 12 Conference Baseball TournamentChickasaw Bricktown BallparkOklahoma City, OKOklahoma
Big East ConferenceLouisvilleEric Jagielo, Notre Dame[28]Joe Jordano, Pittsburgh[28]2013 Big East Conference Baseball TournamentBright House FieldClearwater, FL[29]Connecticut
Big South ConferenceNorth - Campbell
South - Coastal Carolina
Rob Dickinson, VMI[30]Greg Goff, Campbell[30]2013 Big South Conference Baseball TournamentLiberty Baseball StadiumLynchburg, VA[31]Liberty
Big Ten ConferenceIndianaJustin Parr, Illinois[32]Tracy Smith, Indiana[32]2013 Big Ten Conference Baseball TournamentTarget FieldMinneapolis, MN[33]Indiana
Big West ConferenceCal State FullertonCarlos Lopez, Cal State Fullerton
Taylor Sparks, UC Irvine[34]
Rick Vanderhook, Cal State Fullerton[34]No tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Colonial Athletic AssociationUNC WilmingtonJimmy Yezzo, Delaware[35]Jamie Pinzino, William & Mary
Mark Scalf, UNC Wilmington[35]
2013 Colonial Athletic Association Baseball TournamentEagle Field at Veterans Memorial ParkHarrisonburg, VA[36]Towson
Conference USARice
Southern Miss
Chris Taladay, UCF[37]Daron Schoenrock, Memphis[37]2013 Conference USA Baseball TournamentReckling ParkHouston, TXRice
Great West ConferenceNorthern ColoradoJensen Park, Northern Colorado[38]Carl Iwasaki, Northern Colorado[38]2013 Great West Conference Baseball TournamentBears & Eagles Riverfront StadiumNewark, NJ[39]Houston Baptist
Horizon LeagueWisconsin–MilwaukeeMichael Porcaro, Wisconsin–Milwaukee[40]Scott Doffek, Wisconsin–Milwaukee[40]2013 Horizon League Baseball TournamentEastwood FieldNiles, OH[41]Valparaiso
Ivy LeagueGehrig - Columbia
Rolfe - Dartmouth
Mike Ford, Princeton[42]N/A2013 Ivy League Baseball Championship SeriesHal Robertson Field at Phillip Satow StadiumNew York, NYColumbia
Metro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceRiderMike Fish, Siena[43]Barry Davis, Rider[43]2013 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentArm & Hammer ParkTrenton, NJ[44]Canisius
Mid-American ConferenceEast - Kent State
West - Northern Illinois
Jason Kanzler, Buffalo[45]Ron Torgalski, Buffalo[45]2013 Mid-American Conference Baseball TournamentAll Pro Freight StadiumAvon, OH[46]Bowling Green
Mid-Eastern Athletic ConferenceNorthern - Delaware State
Southern - Savannah State
Kelvin Freeman, North Carolina A&T[47]Carlton Hardy, Savannah State[47]2013 Mid–Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentMarty L. Miller FieldNorfolk, VA[48]Savannah State
Missouri Valley ConferenceIllinois StateMike Tauchman, Bradley[49]Mark Kingston, Illinois State[49]2013 Missouri Valley Conference Baseball TournamentDuffy Bass FieldNormal, IL[50]Wichita State
Mountain West ConferenceNew MexicoMitchell Garver, New Mexico
D.J. Peterson, New Mexico[51]
Ray Birmingham, New Mexico[51]2013 Mountain West Conference Baseball TournamentPete Beiden FieldFresno, CASan Diego State
Northeast ConferenceBryantKevin Brown, Bryant[52]Steve Owens[52]2013 Northeast Conference Baseball TournamentFirstEnergy ParkLakewood, NJBryant
Ohio Valley ConferenceTennessee TechCraig Massoni, Austin Peay[53]Matt Bragga, Tennessee Tech[53]2013 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball TournamentThe Ballpark at JacksonJackson, TN[54]Austin Peay
Pac-12 ConferenceOregon StateMichael Conforto, Oregon StatePat Casey, Oregon StateNo tournament, regular season champion earns auto bid
Patriot LeagueHoly CrossJordan Enos, Holy Cross[55]Greg DiCenzo, Holy Cross[55]2013 Patriot League Baseball TournamentCampus SitesArmy
Southeastern ConferenceEast – Vanderbilt
West – LSU
Tony Kemp, Vanderbilt[56]Tim Corbin, Vanderbilt[56]2013 Southeastern Conference Baseball TournamentRegions ParkHoover, ALLSU
Southern ConferenceWestern CarolinaRyan Kinsella, Elon[57]Bobby Moranda, Western Carolina[57]2013 Southern Conference Baseball TournamentFluor Field at the West EndGreenville, SCElon
Southland ConferenceSam Houston StateHunter Dozier, Stephen F. Austin[58]David Pierce[58]2013 Southland Conference Baseball TournamentConstellation FieldSugar Land, TX[59]Central Arkansas
Southwestern Athletic ConferenceEast - Jackson State
West - Southern
Isias Alcantar, Arkansas–Pine Bluff Golden Lions[60]Carlos James, Arkansas–Pine Bluff Golden Lions[60]2013 Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentLaGrave FieldFort Worth, TXJackson State
The Summit LeagueOmahaRyan Keele, Omaha[61]Bob Herold, Omaha[61]2013 The Summit League Baseball TournamentOakland University Baseball FieldRochester, MI[62]South Dakota State
Sun Belt ConferenceSouth Alabama
Troy
Jordan Patterson, South Alabama[63]Mark Calvi, South Alabama[63]2013 Sun Belt Conference Baseball TournamentM. L. Tigue Moore FieldLafayette, LA[64]Florida Atlantic
West Coast ConferenceGonzagaKris Bryant, San Diego[65]Mark Machtolf, Gonzaga[65]2013 West Coast Conference Baseball TournamentBanner Island BallparkStockton, CA[66]San Diego
Western Athletic ConferenceCal State Bakersfield
Texas–Arlington
Tyler Shryock, Cal State Bakersfield[67]Bill Kernen, Cal State Bakersfield[67]2013 Western Athletic Conference Baseball TournamentQuikTrip ParkGrand Prairie, TX[68]UTSA

College World Series

The 2013 season marked the sixty seventh 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 UCLA claiming their first championship with a two games to one series win over Mississippi State in the final.

Bracket

  First Round Second Round Semi-Finals Finals
                                           
1 North Carolina 1  
NC State 8  
  NC State 1  
  UCLA 2  
UCLA 2
4 LSU 1  
  UCLA 4 -  
  1 North Carolina 1 -  
1 North Carolina 4  
4 LSU 2  
  1 North Carolina 7
  NC State 0  
  UCLA 3 8 -
  Mississippi State 1 0 -
3 Oregon State 4  
Mississippi State 5  
  Mississippi State 5
  Indiana 4  
Indiana 2
Louisville 0  
  Mississippi State 4 -
  3 Oregon State 1 -  
3 Oregon State 11  
Louisville 4  
  3 Oregon State 1
  Indiana 0  

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

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