1966 NJCAA Baseball World Series

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The 1966 NJCAA Baseball World Series was held May 27 to June 1 at Sam Suplizio Field in Grand Junction, CO. Nassau Community College defeated Miami-Dade Community College in the championship game. Miami-Dade pitcher Joe Arnold was MVP.

Participating Teams[edit]

School Record Head Coach
Cameron State Agricultural College 10-8
Ellsworth Community College 18-5 Marty Dittmer
Mesa State College 22-9
Miami-Dade Community College 37-13
Nassau Community College 21-2 Bruce Dubois
Paris Junior College 13-9 Jim Campbell
Phoenix College 20-9 Martin "Pug" Marich
Wingate Junior College 16-8 Ron Christopher

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 27
Game 1 Nassau Community College 6-5 Paris Junior College
Game 2 Wingate Junior College 2-1 Cameron State Agricultural College
Game 3 Miami-Dade Community College 1-0 Phoenix College
Game 4 Ellsworth Community College 7-0 Mesa State College
May 28
Game 5 Paris Junior College 3-1 Cameron State Agricultural College Cameron eliminated
Game 6 Mesa State College 6-4 Phoenix College Phoenix eliminated
Game 7 Nassau Community College 4-2 Wingate Junior College
Game 8 Miami-Dade Community College 9-8 Ellsworth Community College
May 29
Game 9 Wingate Junior College 12-0 Mesa State College Mesa eliminated
Game 10 Ellsworth Community College 2-0 Paris Junior College Paris eliminated
Game 11 Nassau Community College 8-4 Miami-Dade Community College
May 30
Game 12 Miami-Dade Community College 8-0 Wingate Junior College Wingate eliminated
Game 13 Ellsworth Community College 6-3 Nassau Community College
May 31
Game 14 Miami-Dade Community College 9-3 Ellsworth Community College Ellsworth eliminated
June 1
Game 15 Nassau Community College 6-5 Miami-Dade Community College Nassau wins CWS
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