2009 NCAA Division 3 Tournament Bracket

FROM NCAA RELEASE
2008championfrontpageThe NCAA Division III Baseball Committee has announced the 54 teams that will compete in the 2009 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship.

Six teams will compete at five first-round sites; eight teams will compete at three first-round sites. All first rounds will use a double-elimination format. Thirty-five conference champions qualified automatically.

Winners of the eight first-round tournaments will qualify for the double-elimination championship at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton, Wisconsin, May 22-26.

Hosted by Adrian, Adrian, Michigan
1. Heidelberg (36-7)
2. Wooster (35-8)
3. Marietta (29-15)
4. Adrian (31-9)
5. Concordia Chicago (33-13)
6. Rose-Hulman (31-12)

Hosted by Augustana, Moline, Illinois
1. Carthage (32-6)
2. Millsaps (32-8)
3. Wis.-Whitewater (26-17)
4. Washington-St. Louis (25-10)
5. Wartburg (27-18)
6. Fontbonne (25-17)

Hosted by Eastern Connecticut State, Mansfield, Connecticut
1. Eastern Conn. St. (35-6)
2. Southern Me. (35-7)
3. Trinity (CT) (29-5)
4. WPI (28-11)
5. Suffolk (30-9)
6. Westfield St. (23-15)
7. Husson (31-12)
8. Babson (21-15)

Hosted by Kean, Lakewood, New Jersey
1. Kean (34-9)
2. Keystone (37-4)
3. Montclair St. (26-17)
4. Penn St.-Behrend (31-11)
5. TCNJ (24-16-1)
6. Elizabethtown (27-13)
7. Alvernia (26-15)
8. Penn St.-Berks (21-20-1)

Hosted by Linfield, McMinnville, Oregon
1. Pomona-Pitzer (35-5)
2. Texas-Tyler (38-10)
3. Cal Lutheran 31-9)
4. George Fox (33-9)
5. Chapman (26-14)
6. Hendrix (22-21)

Hosted by Salisbury, Salisbury, Maryland
1. Salisbury (37-6)
2. Shenandoah (28-6)
3. N.C. Wesleyan (27-19)
4. Christopher Newport (24-11-2)
5. Wash. & Jeff. (33-12)
6. York (PA) (27-14)
7. Johns Hopkins (24-14)
8. Wash. & Lee (22-13)

Hosted by Skyline Conference and Farmingdale State, Farmingdale, New York
1. Cortland St. (30-12)
2. Ithaca (29-8)
3. Rensselaer (31-9)
4. Farmingdale St. (26-13)
5. Western New Eng. (29-15)
6. Clarkson (21-19)

Hosted by UW-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
1. St. Olaf (29-12)
2. St. Thomas (31-10)
3. St. Scholastica (35-5)
4. St. Norbert (23-13)
5. Wis.-Stevens Point (29-14)
6. Beloit (28-7)