2000 Division II College World Series

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The 2000 Division II College World Series was held in Montgomery, AL. The eight schools qualified by winning one of eight regional tournaments. The tournament was won by Southeastern Oklahoma State University, coached by Mike Metheny. The runner-up was the Fort Hays State University. SE Oklahoma pitcher Aaron Thompson was named the series Most Outstanding Player.

Participating Teams[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
Central Missouri State University Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 50-13 (29-1) Brad Hill 7
(last:1998)
1st
Fort Hays State University Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 54-12 (22-4) Bob Fornelli 0
(last:none)
none
Gardner-Webb University South Atlantic Conference 44-21 (15-9) Clyde Miller 0
(last:none)
none
University of Indianapolis Great Lakes Valley Conference 42-23 (19-8) Gary Vaught 0
(last:none)
none
University of North Florida Peach Belt Conference 47-12 (26-4) Jack "Dusty" Rhodes 0
(last:none)
none
College of Saint Rose New York Collegiate Athletic Conference 32-16 (18-6) Bob Bellizzi 0
(last:none)
none
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 27-14 (17-3) Jeff Messer 2
(last:1997)
3rd
Southeastern Oklahoma State University Lone Star Conference 43-12 (18-4) Mike Metheny 0
(last:none)
none

Results[edit]

2000 College World Series[edit]

  First round Second round
Re-ordered loser's bracket
Re-ordered Semifinals Finals
                                           
 SE Oklahoma St. 7  
 Saint Rose 1  
   SE Oklahoma St. 3  
   North Florida 0  
 North Florida 9
 Indianapolis 0  
   SE Oklahoma St. 7 x  
 
   Indianapolis 1  
 Saint Rose 5  
 Indianapolis 16  
   North Florida 12
   Cent. Missouri St. 1  
   SE Oklahoma St. 7 x x
   Fort Hays St. 2 x x
 Slippery Rock 10  
 Cent. Missouri St. 9  
   Slippery Rock 5
   Fort Hays St. 8  
 Fort Hays St. 6
 Gardner-Webb 2  
   Fort Hays St. 13 x
 
   North Florida 10 x  
 Cent. Missouri St. 10  
 Gardner-Webb 1  
   Slippery Rock 4
   Indianapolis 9  

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 27
Game 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 7 - 1 College of Saint Rose
Game 2 University of North Florida 9 – 0 University of Indianapolis
May 28
Game 3 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania 10 - 9 Central Missouri State University
Game 4 Fort Hays State University 6 - 2 Gardner-Webb University
May 29
Game 5 University of Indianapolis 16 - 5 College of Saint Rose St. Rose eliminated
Game 6 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 3 - 0 University of North Florida
May 30
Game 7 Central Missouri State University 10 - 1 Gardner-Webb University Gardner-Webb eliminated
Game 8 Fort Hays State University 8 - 5 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
May 31
Game 9 University of North Florida 12 - 1 Central Missouri State University Central Missouri eliminated
Game 10 University of Indianapolis 9 - 4 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Slippery Rock eliminated
June 1
Game 11 Fort Hays State University 13 - 10 University of North Florida North Florida eliminated
Game 12 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 7 - 1 University of Indianapolis Indianapolis eliminated
June 3
Game 13 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 7 – 2 Fort Hays State University SE Oklahoma St. wins CWS


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