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1957 NCAA University Division Baseball Tournament

Template:Infobox NCAA Baseball Tournament The 1957 NCAA University Division Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 1957 NCAA University Division baseball season to determine the national champion of college baseball. The tournament concluded with eight teams competing in the College World Series, a double-elimination tournament in its eleventh year. Eight regional districts sent representatives to the College World Series with preliminary rounds within each district serving to determine each representative. These events would later become known as regionals. Each district had its own format for selecting teams, resulting in 23 teams participating in the tournament at the conclusion of their regular season, and in some cases, after a conference tournament.[1] The College World Series was held in Omaha, NE from June 9 to June 14. The eleventh tournament's champion was California, coached by George Wolfman. The Most Outstanding Player was Cal Emery of Penn State.

Tournament

District 1

 
           
   Template:CBSB link 4 4 5
   Template:CBSB link 9 3 0

District 2

Games played at Brooklyn, New York

Semi-finals Finals
               
 Template:CBSB link 2  
 Template:CBSB link 1  
     Penn State 5
   St. John's 0
 Template:CBSB link 8
 Template:CBSB link 3  

District 3

  First round Semifinals Finals
                             
 Template:CBSB link 5  
 Template:CBSB link 3  
   Florida State 3  
   Duke 2  
 Template:CBSB link 9
 Template:CBSB link 5  
   Florida State 6 4
   Duke 8 1
 Georgia Southern 5  
 George Washington 3  
   Duke 21
   Georgia Southern 2  

District 4

  First round Semifinals Finals
                             
 Template:CBSB link 18  
 Template:CBSB link 2  
   Notre Dame 4  
   Western Michigan 2  
 Template:CBSB link 11
 Template:CBSB link 1  
   Notre Dame 2 6
   Northwestern 9 1
 Alma 2  
 Northwestern 11  
   Western Michigan 9*
   Northwestern 10*  

* - Indicates game required 10 innings.

District 5

  Super-Regional
           
   Template:CBSB link 2 3
   Template:CBSB link 0 0

District 6

  Super-Regional
           
   Template:CBSB link 7 2
   Template:CBSB link 1 0

District 7

  Super-Regional
           
   Template:CBSB link 8 3 5*
   Template:CBSB link 3 4 3

* - Indicates game required 10 innings.

District 8

  Semifinal     Final
                         
     California 4 6 10
   Template:CBSB link 4 6 7      Pepperdine 2 10 3
   Template:CBSB link 5 5 6  


College World Series

Participants

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS Record
California CIBA 31 - 10 (12 - 4) George Wolfman 1
(last: 1947)
1st
(1947)
2 - 0
Template:Cbsb linkTemplate:Efn n/a 24 - 6 (n/a) Pete Butler 3
(last: 1955)
5th
(1955)
1 - 6
Template:Cbsb link n/a 18 - 8 (n/a) J. Orlean Christian 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Template:Cbsb link FIC 19 - 4 (7 - 2) Danny Litwhiler 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Template:Cbsb link Big 8 15 - 8 (11 - 6) Cap Timm 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Template:Cbsb link n/a 14 - 8 (n/a) Jack Kline 0
(last: none)
none 0 - 0
Template:Cbsb link n/a 19 - 0 (n/a) Joe Bedenk 1
(last: 1952)
4th
(1952)
2 - 2
Template:Cbsb link SWC 19 - 4 (12 - 1) Bibb Falk 4
(last: 1953)
1st
(1949, 1950)
13 - 5

Results

Bracket

  First Round     Second Round     Third Round
                           
  Winner's Bracket
   Template:Cbsb link 3  
   Template:Cbsb link 0    
       Texas 1  
       Penn State 4    
   Template:Cbsb link 7          
   Template:Cbsb link 0        
       Penn State 0
       California 8
   California 4        
   Template:Cbsb link 0          
       California 8    
       Iowa State 2  
   Template:Cbsb link 13*    
   Template:Cbsb link 8*  
  Loser's Bracket
   Connecticut 5  
   Florida State 3      Iowa State 5
     Connecticut 2
   Colorado State 2  
   Notre Dame 23      Texas 0
     Notre Dame 9
  Semifinals     Finals     if needed
                           
  Re-ordered Semi-finals
   California 9           
   Iowa State 1               
       California 1    
       Penn State 0  
   Penn State 5    
   Notre Dame 4  

* - Indicates game required 10 innings.

Game results

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 8 Game 1 Template:Cbsb link 3 - 0 Template:Cbsb link
Game 2 Template:Cbsb link 7 - 0 Template:Cbsb link
Game 3 California 4 - 0 Template:Cbsb link
Game 4 Template:Cbsb link 13 - 8 (10) Template:Cbsb link
June 9 Game 5 Template:Cbsb link 5 - 3 Template:Cbsb link Florida State eliminated
Game 6 Template:Cbsb link 23 - 2 Template:Cbsb link Colorado State eliminated
Game 7 Template:Cbsb link 4 - 1 Template:Cbsb link
Game 8 California 8 - 2 Template:Cbsb link
June 10 Game 9 Template:Cbsb link 5 - 2 Template:Cbsb link Connecticut eliminated
Game 10 Template:Cbsb link 9 - 0 Template:Cbsb link Texas eliminated
Game 11 California 8 - 0 Template:Cbsb link
June 11 Game 12 Template:Cbsb link 5 - 4 Template:Cbsb link Notre Dame eliminated
Game 13 California 9 - 1 Template:Cbsb link Iowa State eliminated
June 12 Final California 1 - 0 Template:Cbsb link California wins CWS

Notable players

Notes

Template:Notelist

References

Template:NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

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