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The 2009 College World Series is being played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, NE. The participating schools qualified by winning their Regional and Super-Regional tournaments. Louisiana State University won the Series, its 6th title. LSU outfielder Jared Mitchell was named the Most Outstanding Player.

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[edit] Participating Teams

[edit] Bracket 1

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
University of Arkansas Southeastern Conference 40-23 (14-15) Dave Van Horn 5
(last: 2004)
2nd
(1979)
7-10
California State University, Fullerton Big West Conference 47-16 (17-7) Dave Serrano 15
(last: 2007)
1st
(1979, 1984, 1995, 2004)
34-25
Louisiana State University Southeastern Conference 53-16 (20-10) Paul Mainieri 14
(last: 2008)
1st
(1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000)
30-19
University of Virginia Atlantic Coast Conference 49-14-1 (16-11-1) Brian O'Connor 0
(last: None)
none 0-0

[edit] Bracket 2

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
Arizona State University Pacific-10 Conference 51-14 (21-6) Pat Murphy 20
(last: 2007)
1st
(1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981)
59-34
University of North Carolina Atlantic Coast Conference 47-17 (19-10) Mike Fox 7
(last: 2008)
2nd
(2006, 2007)
13-15
University of Southern Mississippi Conference USA 40-25 (12-12) Corky Palmer 0
(last: None)
none 0-0
University of Texas Big 12 Conference 47-14-1 (17-9-1) Augie Garrido 32
(last: 2005)
1st
(1949, 1950, 1975, 1983, 2002, 2005)
78-53

[edit] Results

[edit] 2009 College World Series Bracket

The teams in the CWS are divided into two pools of four, with each pool playing a double-elimination format. The winners of the two pools meet in a best-of-three finals.

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
2  Cal State Fullerton 6  
 Arkansas 10  
   Arkansas 1  
  3  LSU 9  
3  LSU 9
 Virginia 5  
  3  LSU 14 -  
 
   Arkansas 5 -  
2  Cal State Fullerton 5  
 Virginia 7  
   Arkansas 4
   Virginia 3  
  3  LSU 7 1 11
  1  Texas 6 5 4
4  North Carolina 2  
5  Arizona State 5  
  5  Arizona State 6
  1  Texas 10  
1  Texas 7
 Southern Miss 6  
  1  Texas 4 -
 
  5  Arizona State 3 -  
4  North Carolina 11  
 Southern Miss 4  
  5  Arizona State 12
  4  North Carolina 5  

[edit] Game Results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 13 Game 1 LSU 9-5 Virginia Sean Ochinko hits a 3-run homer and Ryan Schimpf a 2-run shot to lead LSU to victory
Game 2 Arkansas 10-6 Cal State Fullerton #2 seeded Cal State Fullerton drops their opener. Andy Wilkins drives in 5, including a 3-run homer, to pace Arkansas
June 14 Game 3 Arizona State 5-2 North Carolina Alex White fans 12 and allows one run in 9 innings for UNC, but Josh Spence matches him for 7 innings. In the 10th, Garrett Gore makes a run-scoring error, then Kole Calhoun smacks a 3-run homer to win the game for ASU.
Game 4 Texas 7-6 Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi fights #1 Texas to the end, but wild pitchers cost them. They walk or hit 7 of the last 11 Texas batters, including 3 bases-loaded walks. Jonathan Johnston walks Brandon Loy on only four pitches to force in the winner.
June 15 Game 5 Virginia 7-5 Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton eliminated.
The #2 seed becomes the first team eliminated, as ace Daniel Renken gives up a season-high 6 runs. Andrew Carraway gets the first CWS win in University of Virginia history.
Game 6 LSU 9-1 Arkansas LSU homers three times in an easy win over Arkansas
June 16 Game 7 North Carolina 11-4 University of Southern Mississippi Southern Mississippi eliminated.
Dustin Ackley goes 5 for 6 to become the all-time CWS record holder for hits with 27.
Game 8 Texas 10-6 Arizona State ASU goes ahead 6-0, before ace Mike Leake folds, allowing 6 runs in the 4th inning. Cameron Rupp homers twice to lead Texas.
June 17 Game 9 Arkansas 4-3 Virginia Virginia eliminated.
Virginia leads 3-1 entering the 9th; with two outs, Brett Eibner hits a 2-run homer off Virginia closer Kevin Arico to tie it. From the 9th through the 12th, Virginia puts runners on third base but strands them every time against Dallas Keuchel. In the 12th, Andrew Darr doubles off Andrew Carraway to score Jarrod McKinney with the game-winner.
June 18 Game 10 Arizona State 12-5 North Carolina North Carolina eliminated.
Kole Calhoun hits a grand slam and a RBI double to give him 10 RBI in the Series, leading ASU to a comeback win. North Carolina starter Matt Harvey throws a College World Series record four wild pitches.
June 19 Game 11 LSU 14-5 Arkansas Arkansas eliminated.
Louisiana State continues its homer-happy run by belting four long balls in an easy win. Anthony Ranaudo tossed six shutout innings.
Game 12 Texas 4-3 Arizona State Arizona State eliminated.
Texas continues its penchant for last-minute comebacks. Down 3-2 in the bottom of the 9th, Cameron Rupp ties it with a homer. With two outs, Connor Rowe launches the game-winner to dead center.
June 22 Game 13 LSU 7-6 Texas LSU ace Louis Coleman serves up five homers in 7 innings, two to Russell Moldenhauer, but LSU rallies. With two outs in the 9th, D.J. LeMahieu doubled to tie the game for LSU. In the 11th, LeMahieu walked, stole second and took third on a throwing error by Texas C Cameron Rupp. Micah Gibbs walked, then Mikie Mahtook singled in LeMahieu for a 7-6 lead. Matty Ott made it stand up by going 1-2-3 as Texas failed to comeback for the first time this Series.
June 23 Game 14 Texas 5-1 LSU Taylor Jungmann goes the distance to shut down LSU, giving up no earned runs in the win. Russell Moldenhauer ties the College World Series record with his 4th home run, after hitting none in the regular season. Preston Clark gets 3 hits, 2 RBI and a homer to help Moldenhauer lead the Texas attack.
June 24 Game 15 LSU 11-4 Texas Jared Mitchell hits a 3-run homer and the Tigers scored five runs in the sixth to put it away. Anthony Ranaudo gets the win while Louis Coleman fans the final two batters to end it.

[edit] All Tournament Team

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team

Position Player School
P Anthony Ranaudo LSU
Taylor Jungmann Texas
1B Dustin Ackley North Carolina
2B D.J. LeMahieu LSU
3B Kyle Seager North Carolina
SS Tyler Cannon Virginia
C Cameron Rupp Texas
OF Jared Mitchell LSU
Ryan Schimpf LSU
Kole Calhoun Arizona State
DH Russell Moldenhauer Texas

[edit] Notable Players

[edit] Tournament Notes

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