1989 NAIA College World Series

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The 1989 NAIA College World Series was held in Lewiston, ID. The ten team field was composed of eight teams that qualified for the tournament by winning their District and Area Tournaments, plus the highest ranked school that finished second in an area tournament, plus the host school. Host school Lewis-Clark State College defeated College of St. Francis in the championship game.

Participating Teams[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
Dallas Baptist University 38-24 Jim Harp 3
(last:1988)
2nd
Elon College Carolinas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 36-7 Rick Jones 3
(last:1987)
5th
University of Hawaii at Hilo 28-15-1 Joey Estrella 2
(last:1987)
7th
Lewis-Clark State College 36-24 Ed Cheff 11
(last:1988)
1st
University of North Florida 51-16 Dusty Rhodes 0
(last:none)
none
Oklahoma Baptist University Sooner Athletic Conference 52-10 Bobby Cox 0
(last:none)
none
Point Park College 40-3-1 Mark Jackson 7
(last:1988)
3rd
College of St. Francis 49-19 Gordie Gillespie 4
(last:1986)
3rd
University of West Florida Southern States Conference 37-19 Jim Spooner 0
(last:none)
none
University of Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 30-14 Terry Petrie 0
(last:none)
none

Results[edit]

1989 College World Series Bracket[edit]

Bracket to be included

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 26
Game 1 University of North Florida 6-5 Dallas Baptist University
Game 2 University of Wisconsin-Stout 3-2 Elon College
Game 3 College of St. Francis 13-3 University of West Florida
Game 4 Lewis-Clark State College 7-3 Point Park College
May 27
Game 5 Dallas Baptist University 10-3 Elon College Elon eliminated
Game 6 University of West Florida 5-1 Point Park College Point Park eliminated
May 28
Game 7 Oklahoma Baptist University 6-3 University of North Florida
Game 8 Lewis-Clark State College 12-6 University of Hawaii at Hilo
May 29
Game 9 University of North Florida 8-6 University of West Florida West Florida eliminated
Game 10 Dallas Baptist University 6-5 University of Hawaii at Hilo Hawaii Hilo eliminated
May 30
Game 11 Oklahoma Baptist University 7-1 University of Wisconsin-Stout
Game 12 Lewis-Clark State College 7-4 College of St. Francis
May 31
Game 13 University of North Florida 7-5 University of Wisconsin-Stout UW-Stout eliminated
Game 14 College of St. Francis 10-5 Dallas Baptist University Dallas Baptist eliminated
Game 15 Lewis-Clark State College 12-4 Oklahoma Baptist University
June 1
Game 16 College of St. Francis 9-0 Oklahoma Baptist University Oklahoma Baptist eliminated
Game 17 Lewis-Clark State College 10-5 University of North Florida North Florida eliminated
June 2
Game 18 Lewis-Clark State College 5-2 College of St. Francis Lewis-Clark wins CWS


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