2019 NAIA College World Series

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The 2019 NAIA College World Series was held May 24 - 31 in Lewiston, ID. Lewis-Clark State College qualified as the host school, while the other nine slots were filled by the winners of the nine five-team opening round brackets. Tennessee Wesleyan University defeated St. Thomas University in the championship game.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
1 Tennessee Wesleyan University Appalachian Athletic Conference 52-9 (21-6) Billy Berry 4
(last:2016)
1st
2 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Sooner Athletic Conference 46-10 (24-3) Mike Ross 2
(last:2017)
7th
3 Southeastern University The Sun Conference 51-10 (20-4) Adrian Dinkel 1
(last:2018)
1st
4 Faulkner University Southern States Athletic Conference 49-10 (25-3) Patrick McCarthy 7
(last:2018)
1st
5 Georgia Gwinnett College Association of Independent Institutions 46-11 Brad Stromdahl 2
(last:2018)
4th
6 St. Thomas University The Sun Conference 45-13 (19-5) Jorge Perez 6
(last:2018)
2nd
7 Freed-Hardeman University American Midwest Conference 47-15 (29-4) Jonathan Estes 1
(last:2018)
2nd
8 Indiana Institute of Technology Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference 41-14-1 (17-4-1) Kip McWilliams 6
(last:2003)
2nd
9 Bellevue University North Star Athletic Association 46-14 (23-1) Duane Monlux 13
(last:2016)
1st
10 Lewis-Clark State College NAIA West Grouping 31-13-1 (24-8) Jake Taylor 37
(last:2018)
1st

Results[edit]

2019 College World Series Bracket[edit]

Bracket to be included

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 24
Game 1 Indiana Institute of Technology 3-2 (10) Bellevue University
Game 2 Georgia Gwinnett College 6-3 Faulkner University
Game 3 St. Thomas University 3-2 Southeastern University
Game 4 Lewis-Clark State College 10-5 Freed-Hardeman University
May 25
Game 5 Bellevue University 11-8 Faulkner University Faulkner eliminated
Game 6 Southeastern University 10-2 Freed-Hardeman University Freed-Hardeman eliminated
Game 7 Tennessee Wesleyan University 11-3 Indiana Institute of Technology
Game 8 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 6-2 Lewis-Clark State College
May 27
Game 9 Bellevue University 4-2 Lewis-Clark State College Lewis-Clark eliminated
Game 10 Southeastern University 6-5 (10) Indiana Institute of Technology Indiana Tech eliminated
Game 11 Tennessee Wesleyan University 15-9 Georgia Gwinnett College
Game 12 St. Thomas University 6-5 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
May 28
Game 13 Georgia Gwinnett College 9-3 Bellevue University Bellevue eliminated
Game 14 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 8-4 Southeastern University Southeastern eliminated
Game 15 Tennessee Wesleyan University 3-2 St. Thomas University
May 29
Game 16 St. Thomas University 4-1 Georgia Gwinnett College Georgia Gwinnett eliminated
Game 17 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 8-6 Tennessee Wesleyan University
May 30
Game 18 St. Thomas University 10-2 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma USAO eliminated
May 31
Game 19 Tennessee Wesleyan University 6-2 St. Thomas University Tennessee Wesleyan wins CWS


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