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Just another day in the NCAA baseball tournament
2006-06-03 15:32
by Bob Timmermann

UNC Wilmington 21, Maine 19.

The Black Bears head back to Orono.

Meanwhile before the tournament, Notre Dame coach Paul Manieri complained that the NCAA was biased against Northern teams. Apparently there is a Sun Belt bias, which is the opposite of football.

Notre Dame was eliminated after two games.

2006-06-03 17:01:43
1.   Linkmeister
USF knocked Nebraska out of the tournament today, 5-1.
2006-06-03 17:31:05
2.   Bob Timmermann
Chad (son of Jim) Tracy with an RBI single to give Pepperdine a 2-0 lead over UCLA at Malibu in the third!
2006-06-03 17:34:22
3.   Linkmeister
Is this the official NCAA Div. 1 thread? ;)
2006-06-03 18:39:22
4.   Linkmeister
Ok, I just read the article, and he's got a valid point about RPI and scheduling, but he's not the only one. Hosting, eh. UH has arguably the best college baseball stadium in the West, but they can't host because travel is too expensive, the NCAA says. So their 43-15 record didn't buy them a regional either.
2006-06-03 19:34:09
5.   Suffering Bruin
With regard to the free tickets, I would just like to say that the question looked very familiar.

Dang it. I check this site on a daily basis. Now, it looks like I'll have to check it hourly...

Alston's turn against the IBB is very curious. He was fond of it for many seasons but turned against it like a cheating spouse.

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