1990 NAIA College World Series

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The 1990 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 Auburn University at Montgomery in the championship game.

Participating Teams[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
Auburn University at Montgomery Southern States Athletic Conference 32-15 (17-7) Q.V. Lowe 0
(last:none)
none
Dallas Baptist University 43-30 Jim Harp 4
(last:1989)
2nd
Grand Canyon University 41-26 Gil Stafford 9
(last:1988)
1st
Lewis & Clark College Northwest Conference 34-14 (12-5) Jerry Gatto 0
(last:none)
none
Lewis-Clark State College 38-13 Ed Cheff 12
(last:1989)
1st
Southeastern Oklahoma State University 32-17 Mike Metheny 5
(last:1982)
2nd
College of St. Francis 45-23 Gordie Gillespie 5
(last:1989)
2nd
College of Saint Rose 36-7 Bob Bellizzi 0
(last:none)
none
West Liberty State College West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 32-15 (12-6) Bo McConnaughy 1
(last:1964)
1st
University of Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 29-8 Terry Petrie 1
(last:1989)
7th


Results[edit]

1990 College World Series Bracket[edit]

Bracket to be included

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 25
Game 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 8-1 Dallas Baptist University
Game 2 Auburn University at Montgomery 8-4 West Liberty State College
Game 3 College of St. Francis 12-2 College of Saint Rose
Game 4 Lewis-Clark State College 8-0 Lewis & Clark College
May 26
Game 5 Dallas Baptist University 6-5 West Liberty State College West Liberty eliminated
Game 6 College of Saint Rose 10-9 Lewis & Clark College Lewis & Clark eliminated
Game 7 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 16-6 University of Wisconsin-Stout
Game 8 Lewis-Clark State College 13-9 Grand Canyon University
May 28
Game 9 College of Saint Rose 6-4 University of Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Stout eliminated
Game 10 Grand Canyon University 4-1 Dallas Baptist University Dallas Baptist eliminated
Game 11 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 8-0 Auburn University at Montgomery
Game 12 College of St. Francis 9-8 Lewis-Clark State College
May 29
Game 13 Auburn University at Montgomery 7-4 Grand Canyon University Grand Canyon eliminated
Game 14 College of St. Francis 10-8 Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Game 15 Lewis-Clark State College 11-3 College of Saint Rose St. Rose eliminated
May 30
Game 16 Auburn University at Montgomery 4-2 College of St. Francis
May 31
Game 17 Auburn University at Montgomery 4-3 College of St. Francis St. Francis eliminated
Game 18 Lewis-Clark State College 5-3 Southeastern Oklahoma State University SE Oklahoma eliminated
June 1
Game 19 Lewis-Clark State College 9-4 Auburn University at Montgomery


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