1994 Peach Belt Conference Tournament

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The 1994 Peach Belt Conference baseball tournament consisted of 2 rounds. The first round was a best of 3 series hosted by the higher seed. The 4 winners then played a double elimination tournament held in Augusta, GA. #4 Columbus College defeated #1 University of South Carolina Aiken for the title.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 University of South Carolina Aiken 16-5 Gary Gilmore
2 Armstrong State College 15-6 Joe Roberts
3 Georgia College 14-7 Steve Mrowka
4 Columbus College 11-10 Chip Reese
5 Augusta College 10-11 Skip Fite
6 Francis Marion University 8-13 Gerry Griffin
7 Pembroke State University 7-14 Danny Davis
8 University of South Carolina-Spartanburg 3-18 Bubba Dorman


Game Results[edit]

First Round[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of South Carolina Aiken 9-1 University of South Carolina-Spartanburg
Game 2 University of South Carolina Aiken 17-1 University of South Carolina-Spartanburg USC Aiken advances to finals
Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Pembroke State University 8-5 Armstrong State College
Game 2 Armstrong State College 10-7 Pembroke State University
Game 3 Armstrong State College 6-1 Pembroke State University Armstrong State advances to finals
Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Georgia College 6-5 Francis Marion University
Game 2 Georgia College 12-4 Francis Marion University Georgia College advances to finals
Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Columbus College 6-4 Augusta College
Game 2 Columbus College 5-1 Augusta College Columbus College advances to finals


Finals[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Georgia College 13-1 Armstrong State College
Game 2 Columbus College 5-4 (14) University of South Carolina Aiken
Game 3 Columbus College 13-3 Georgia College
Game 4 Armstrong State College 17-7 University of South Carolina Aiken USC Aiken eliminated
Game 5 Georgia College 5-0 Armstrong State College Armstrong State eliminated
Game 6 Georgia College 12-7 Columbus College
Game 7 Columbus College 4-3 Georgia College Columbus College advances to NCAA tournament