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2004 DIVISION I BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division I Baseball Committee has selected the teams that will compete in the 2004 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.

AUTOMATIC QUALIFIERS (30)
HistoryLast
ConferenceTeamRecordYrs.WonLostApp.
America EastStony Brook29-25First Appearance
Atlantic CoastFlorida St.42-2041139912003
Atlantic SunFla. Atlantic45-154792003
Atlantic 10St. Bonaventure29-20First Appearance
Big EastNotre Dame49-101837382003
Big SouthCoastal Caro. 40-214382003
Big TenMinnesota38-212649502003
Big 12Oklahoma St.37-2232123712001
Big WestCal St. Fullerton36-202595532003
ColonialUNC Wilmington38-211222003
Conference USATCU38-242141994
HorizonYoungstown St.22-30First Appearance
IvyPrinceton27-1882152003
Metro AtlanticLe Moyne36-192342003
Mid-AmericanKent St.35-2565122002
Mid-ContinentOral Roberts48-91518302003
Mid-EasternBethune-Cookman27-2651102003
Missouri ValleyWichita St.47-142160422003
Mountain WestUNLV37-2289162003
NortheastCentral Conn. St.41-15-12042003
Ohio ValleyJacksonville St.31-27First Appearance
Pacific-10Stanford44-1224113542003
PatriotArmy37-131022000
SoutheasternSouth Carolina 45-151969422003
SouthernCitadel38-261112222001
SouthlandLamar41-141113222003
SouthwesternTexas Southern18-33First Appearance
Sun BeltWestern Ky.34-261221980
West CoastPepperdine28-302043402003
WesternRice43-12940222003
AT-LARGE BIDS (34)
HistoryLast
TeamConferenceRecordYrs.WonLostApp.
ArizonaPacific-1030-24-12675522003
Arizona St.Pacific-1040-1627119532003
ArkansasSoutheastern39-211632332003
Birmingham-So.Big South46-16First Appearance
ClemsonAtlantic Coast36-242978612003
Col. of CharlestonSouthern45-14First Appearance
East CarolinaConference USA48-111918382003
FloridaSoutheastern40-202153442003
George MasonColonial39-174181993
GeorgiaSoutheastern38-20520132002
Georgia TechAtlantic Coast41-192043402003
Long Beach St.Big West36-191439302003
LSUSoutheastern41-171999372003
Miami (Fla.)Independent44-1132147682003
Middle Tenn. St.Sun Belt40-20106202003
MississippiSoutheastern39-19925202003
Mississippi St.Southeastern34-222467552003
MissouriBig 1237-21-11532302003
North CarolinaAtlantic Coast41-191841392003
North Carolina St.Atlantic Coast35-221623331999
OklahomaBig 1237-222653492002
Southern Miss.Conference USA44-174582003
St. John'sBig East36-212751481997
TennesseeSoutheastern37-22725152001
TexasBig 1250-1347182922003
Texas A&MBig 1239-192142442003
Texas TechBig 1238-19813162002
TulaneConference USA38-191522312003
UCFAtlantic Sun44-16810162002
UC IrvineBig West34-21-1First Appearance
UCLAPacific-1033-271127232000
VanderbiltSoutheastern42-173361980
VirginiaAtlantic Coast42-133661996
WashingtonPacific-1037-18-117142003

OTHER SELECTION INFORMATION

 

FIELD BY CONFERENCE (31)
Southeastern9 (Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU,Mississippi, Mississippi St., South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt)
Atlantic Coast6 (Clemson, Florida St., Georgia Tech,North Carolina, North Carolina St., Virginia)
Big 126 (Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma St.,Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech)
Pacific-105 (Arizona, Arizona St., Stanford, UCLA,Washington)
Conference USA4 (East Carolina, Southern Miss., TCU,Tulane)
Big West3 (Cal St. Fullerton, Long Beach St., UCIrvine)
Atlantic Sun2 (Fla. Atlantic, UCF)
Big East2 (Notre Dame, St. John's)
Big South2 (Birmingham So., Coastal Caro.)
Colonial2 (George Mason, UNC Wilmington)
Southern2 (Citadel, Col. of Charleston)
Sun Belt2 (Middle Tenn. St., Western Ky.)
America East1 (Stony Brook)
Atlantic 101 (St. onaventure)
Big 101 (Minnesota)
Horizon1 (Youngstown St.)
Independent1 (Miami (Fla.))
Ivy1 (Princeton)
Metro Atlantic1 (Le Moyne)
Mid-American1 (Kent St.)
Mid-Continent1 (Oral Roberts)
Mid-Eastern1 (Bethune-Cookman)
Missouri Valley1 (Wichita St.)
Mountain West1 (UNLV)
Northeast1 (Central Conn. St.)
Ohio Valley1 (Jacksonville St.)
Patriot1 (Army)
Southland1 (Lamar)
Southwestern1 (Texas Southern)
West Coast1 (Pepperdine)
Western1 (Rice)
FIELD BY STATE (25)
Texas7 (Lamar, Rice, TCU, Texas, TexasA&M,Texas Southern, Texas Tech)
California6 (Cal St. Fullerton, Long Beach St.,Pepperdine, Stanford, UC Irvine, UCLA)
Florida6 (Bethune-Cookman, Fla. Atlantic,Florida, Florida St., Miami, UCF)
New York5 (Army, Le Moyne, St. Bonaventure, St.John's, Stony Brook)
South Carolina5 (Citadel, Clemson, Coastal Caro., Col.of Charleston, South Carolina)
North Carolina4 (East Carolina, North Carolina, NorthCarolina St., UNC Wilmington)
Mississippi3 (Mississippi, Mississippi St.,Southern Miss.)
Oklahoma3 (Oklahoma, Oklahoma St., Oral Roberts)
Tennessee3 (Middle Tenn. St., Tennessee,Vanderbilt)
Alabama2 (Birmingham-So., Jacksonville St.)
Arizona2 (Arizona, Arizona St.)
Georgia2 (Georgia, Georgia Tech)
Louisiana2 (LSU, Tulane)
Ohio2 (Kent St., Youngstown St.)
Virginia2 (George Mason, Virginia)
Arkansas1 (Arkansas)
Connecticut1 (Central Conn. St.)
Indiana/td>1 (Notre Dame)
Kansas1 (Wichita St.)
Kentucky1 (Western Ky.)
Minnesota1 (Minnesota)
Missouri1 (Missouri)
Nevada1 (UNLV)
New Jersey1 (Princeton)
Washington1 (Washington)

OTHER NOTES 38 of the 64 teams were in the 2003 field. Eight teams make the field for thefirst time in their history: Birmingham-So., Col. of Charleston, JacksonvilleSt., St. Bonaventure, Stony Brook, Texas Southern, UC Irvine and Youngstown St.

Western Ky. and Vanderbilt are in thetournament for the first time since 1980, while George Mason returns for thefirst time since 1993, TCU had not made it since 1994 and Virginia is in for thefirst time since 1996.

Miami (Fla.) is in the field for the 32ndconsecutive year, extending its own record. Florida St. is making its 27thstraight appearance, which ranks second all time. Other long consecutive streaksinclude Clemson (18), LSU (16), Cal St. Fullerton (13) and Stanford (11).

26 teams won at least 40 Division I gamesthrough May 30, and all but one are in the field. George Washington, which went41-18 against Division I foes this year, did not make the tournament. There are285 Division I teams sponsoring baseball in 2004, equaling the most from history(285 in 2003).

The SEC set a record by getting nine teams intothe tournament, breaking its own record of eight in 2001 and '03. Other leaguesfared well too. The ACC got six teams, tying the most by that league (1998); theBig 12 received six bids, tying their most ever (1999); and the Pac-10 receivedfive bids, its most since 1992.


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