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May 22, 2012

Chasing Omaha Conference Tournament Central

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America East – May 23-25 – Joe Nathan Field – Stony Brook, NY

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Stony Brook
  • Tournament Champions – Stony Brook (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Atlantic 10 – May 23-26 – Houlihan Park – Bronx, NY

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Saint Louis
  • Tournament Champion – Dayton (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

ACC – May 23-27 – NewBridge Bank Park – Greensboro, NC

Atlantic Sun – May 23-26 – Melching Field at Conrad Park – DeLand, FL

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Belmont
  • Tournament Champion – Belmont (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Big 10 – May 23-26 – Huntington Park – Columbus, OH

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Purdue
  • Tournament Champion – Purdue (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Big 12 – May 23-27 – Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark – Oklahoma City, OK

Big East – May 23-27 – Bright House Field – Clearwater, FL

Big South – May 22-26 – Willard Stadium – High Point, NC

Big West – No Tournament

  • Regular Season Champion – Cal State Fullerton (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Colonial – May 23-26 – Veterans Memorial Park – Harrisonburg, VA

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – UNC-Wilmington
  • Tournament Champion – UNC-Wilmington (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Conference USA – May 23-27 – Trustmark Park – Pearl, MS

Horizon – May 23-26 – Les Miller Field – Chicago, IL

  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Valparaiso
  • Tournament Champion – Valparaiso (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Ivy – No Tournament

  • Regular Season Champion – Cornell (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Metro Atlantic – May 24-27 – Joe Bruno Stadium – Troy, NY

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Manhattan
  • Tournament Champion – Manhattan (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Mid-American – May 23-26 – All Pro Freight Stadium – Avon, OH

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Kent State
  • Tournament Champion – Kent State (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Mid-Eastern – May 16-20 – Marty L. Miller Field – Norfolk, VA

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Delaware State
  • Tournament Champion – Bethune-Cookman (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Missouri Valley – May 22-26 – Hammons Field – Springfield, MO

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Indiana State
  • Tournament Champion – Creighton (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Mountain West – May 24-27 – Earl E. Wilson Stadium – Las Vegas, NV

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – New Mexico
  • Tournament Champion – New Mexico (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Northeast – May 17-19 – Dodd Stadium – Norwich, CT

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Monmouth
  • Tournament Champion – Sacred Heart (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Ohio Valley – May 23-27 – Pringles Park – Jackson, TN

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Austin Peay
  • Tournament Champion – Austin Peay (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Pac 12 – No Tournament

  • Regular Season Champion – Arizona (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Patriot – May 12 & 13 and May 19 & 20 – Doubleday Field – West Point, NY

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Two rounds, best of three series
  • Regular Season Champion – Army
  • Tournament Champion – Army (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

SEC – May 22-27 – Regions Park – Hoover, AL

Southern – May 23-27 – Fluor Field – Greenville, SC

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Appalachian State
  • Tournament Champion – Samford (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Southland – May 23-26 – Bobcat Ballpark – San Marcos, TX

Southwestern – May 16-20 – Lee-Hines Field – Baton Rouge, LA

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Pool Play
  • Regular Season Champion – Jackson State
  • Tournament Champion – Prairie View A&M (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Summit – May 24-26 – J. L. Johnson Stadium – Tulsa, OK

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – Oral Roberts
  • Tournament Champion – Oral Roberts (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Sun Belt – May 23-27 – Bowling Green Ballpark – Bowling Green, KY

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Format – Pool Play
  • Regular Season Champion – Florida Atlantic
  • Tournament Champion – Louisiana-Monroe (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

West Coast – No Tournament

  • Regular Season Champion – Pepperdine (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

Western Athletic – May 23-27 – HoHoKam Park – Mesa, AZ

  • Tournament Website
  • Tournament Bracket
  • Tournament Format – Double Elimination
  • Regular Season Champion – New Mexico State
  • Tournament Champion – Fresno State (Qualifies for the NCAA Tournament)

 



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