San Diego State To Represent Mountain West at NCAA Baseball Tournament

 

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Mountain West tournament champion San Diego State earned the league’s automatic bid to participate in the NCAA Baseball Tournament for the third consecutive season. The Aztecs (40-21) won the MW Baseball Championship in Reno, Nevada on Sunday and are making their 12th overall appearance in the NCAA postseason.

 

San Diego State is headed to the Lake Elsinore, California Regional on May 29-June 1 as the No. 4 seed. The Aztecs take on No. 1 seed and host UC Santa Barbara (40-15-1), an at-large selection from the Big West Conference. The SDSU-UCSB winner will take on the winner of the game between No. 2 seed USC (37-19), an at-large Pacific-12 Conference pick, vs. No. 3 seed Virginia (34-22), an Atlantic Coast Conference at-large participant. SDSU’s game with UCSB on Friday is set for 7 p.m. PT with USC vs. Virginia scheduled for 3 p.m. PT. Both games will be available on ESPN3/Watch ESPN.

 

Each of the 16 regionals features a four-team double-elimination format.  Every game of the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament will be broadcast on ESPN3 with select games available on ESPNU and other ESPN networks.

 

Mountain West History in NCAA Baseball Tournament

 

2001 (0-2)
Lincoln, Neb. Regional
(2) Rutgers 4, (3) BYU 3

(4) Northern Iowa 10, (3) BYU 1

 

2002 (2-2)
Los Angeles, Calif. Regional
(1) Southern California 4, (4) BYU 3 (13 inn.)

(4) BYU 12, (3) Maine 5

(4) BYU 7, (2) Cal State Northridge 2

(1) Southern California 13, (4) BYU 10

 

2003 (2-2)
Tempe, Ariz. Regional
(3) New Mexico State 14, (2) UNLV 12 (11 inn.)

(2) UNLV 22, (4) Central Connecticut 3

(2) UNLV 16, (3) New Mexico State 10

(1) Arizona State 16, (2) UNLV 1

 

2004 (0-2)
Palo Alto, Calif. Regional
(1) Stanford 10, (4) UNLV 4

(3) St. John’s 9, (4) UNLV 6

 

2005 (1-2)
Tempe, Ariz. Regional
(1) Coastal Carolina 12, (4) UNLV 8

(4) UNLV 5, (3) East Carolina 3

(1) Coastal Carolina 14, (4) UNLV 10

 

2006 (1-2)
Norman, Okla. Regional
(4) TCU 6, (1) Oklahoma 5

(3) Wichita State 18, (4) TCU 8

(1) Oklahoma 15, (4) TCU 6

 

2007 (2-2)
Houston, Texas Regional
(2) TCU 3, (3) Baylor 2

(1) Rice 6, (2) TCU 3

(2) TCU 10, (3) Baylor 5

(1) Rice 3, (2) TCU 1

 

2008 (1-2)
Stillwater, Okla. Regional
(2) Wichita State 8, (3) TCU 5

(3) TCU 10, (4) Western Kentucky 5

(1) Oklahoma State 9, (3) TCU 8

 

2009 (7-6)
Fort Worth, Texas Regional
(1) TCU 6, (4) Wright State 3

(1) TCU 13, (3) Oregon State 1

(1) TCU 5, (3) Oregon State 4

 

Irvine, Calif. Regional
(2) Virginia 5, (3) San Diego State 1

(3) San Diego State 4, (4) Fresno State 1

(1) UC Irvine 14, (3) San Diego State 3

 

Fullerton, Calif. Regional

(1) Cal State Fullerton 18, (4) Utah 2

(4) Utah 11, (2) Georgia Southern 10

(4) Utah 9, (3) Gonzaga 7

(1) Cal State Fullerton 16, (4) Utah 3

 

Austin, Texas Super Regional
Texas 10, TCU 4

TCU 3, Texas 2

Texas 5, TCU 2

 

2010 (9-5)

Fullerton, Calif. Regional

(3) New Mexico 9, (2) Stanford 5

(4) Minnesota 6, (3) New Mexico 4 (10 inn.)

(1) Cal State Fullerton 11, (3) New Mexico 3

 

Fort Worth, Texas Regional

(1) TCU 16, (4) Lamar 3

(1) TCU 11, (3) Arizona 5

(1) TCU 9, (2) Baylor 0

 

Austin, Texas Super Regional
TCU 3, Texas 1

Texas 14, TCU 1

TCU 4, Texas 1

 

College World Series (Omaha, Neb.)
TCU 8, Florida State 1

UCLA 6, TCU 3

TCU 11, Florida State 7

TCU 6, UCLA 2

UCLA 10, TCU 3

 

2011 (1-4)

Tempe, Ariz. Regional

(1) Arizona State 4, (4) New Mexico 2

(2) Arkansas 3, (4) New Mexico 0

 

Fort Worth, Texas Regional

(1) TCU 10, (4) Oral Roberts 2

(3) Dallas Baptist 3, (1) TCU 2

(4) Oral Roberts 8, (1) TCU 4

 

2012 (5-5)

Los Angeles, Calif. Regional

(3) New Mexico 4, (2) San Diego 0

(1) UCLA 7, (3) New Mexico 1

(4) Creighton 7, (3) New Mexico 2

 

College Station, Texas Regional

(3) Mississippi 6, (2) TCU 2

(2) TCU 28, (4) Dayton 12

(2) TCU 10, (1) Texas A&M 2

(2) TCU 5, (3) Mississippi 2

(2) TCU 7, (3) Mississippi 4

 

Los Angeles, Calif. Super Regional

UCLA 6, TCU 2

UCLA 4, TCU 1

 

2013 (0-4)

Fullerton, Calif. Regional

(2) Arizona State 4, (3) New Mexico 3

(4) Columbia 6, (3) New Mexico 5 (13 inn.)

 

Los Angeles, Calif. Regional

(1) UCLA 5, (4) San Diego State 3

(3) San Diego 6, (4) San Diego State 3

 

2014 (1-4)

Corvallis, Ore.. Regional

(3) UC Irvine 10, (2) UNLV 3

(2) UNLV 2, (4) North Dakota State 1

(1) Oregon State 6, (2) UNLV 1

 

Lafayette, La. Regional

(2) Mississippi State 5, (3) San Diego State 2

(1) Louisiana-Lafayette 9, (3) San Diego State 2