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PAST CHAMPIONS

2011: Navarro College, Texas

2010: Iowa Western Community College

2009: Howard College, Texas

2008: Grayson County College, Texas

2007: Chipola College, Fla.

2006: Walters State Community College, Tenn.

2005: New Mexico Junior College

2004: Dixie State College, Utah

2003: Community College of Southern Nevada

2002: Central Arizona College

2001: North Central Texas College

2000: Grayson County College, Texas

1999: Grayson County College, Texas

1998: Cowley County, Kan.

1997: Cowley County, Kan.

1996: Northeast Texas

1995: Middle Georgia

1994: Gaveston College, Texas

1993: Yavapai, Ariz.

1992: Essex Community College, Md.

1991: Howard College, Texas

1990: San Jacinto College-North, Texas

1989: San Jacinto College-North, Texas

1988: Hillsborough Community College, Florida

1987: San Jacinto College-North, Texas

1986: San Jacinto College-North, Texas

1985: San Jacinto College-North, Texas

1984: College of Southern Idaho

1983: McLennan Community College, Texas

1982: Middle Georgia

1981: Miami-Dade/South

1980: Middle Georgia

1979: Middle Georgia

1978: Ranger Junior College, Texas

1977: Yavapai Junior College, Ariz.

1976: Central Ariz.

1975: Yavapai Junior College, Ariz.

1974: Meramec Community College, Mo.

1973: Ranger Junior College, Texas

1972: Mesa Community College, Ariz.

1971: Mesa Community College, Ariz.

1970: Mesa Community College, Ariz.

1969: Panola College, Texas

1968: Glendale Community College, Ariz.

1967: Bacone Junior College, Okla.

1966: Nassau Community College, NY

1965: Phoenix College

1964: Miami-Dade Junior College

1963: Wilmington Junior College, N.C.

1962: Phoenix College

1961: Willmington Junior College, N.C.

1960: Phoenix College

1959: Paris Junior College, Texas

1958: Cameron College, Okla.



PAST MVPs

2011: J.T. Files, Navarro College

2010: Ivan Hartle, Iowa Western

2009: Andrew Collazo, Howard

2008: J.D. Alfaro, Grayson

2007: Drew Parker, Chipola

2006: Jack Tilghman, P, Walters State CC, Tenn.

2005: Renny Osuna, 2B, New Mexico Junior College

2004: Matt Spring, C, Dixie State College, Utah

2003: Tyler Coon, P, Southern Nevada CC

2002: Gabe Mayorga, 2B, Central Arizona

2001: Blake Justice, 2B, North Central Texas College

2000: Adam LaRoche, P, Seminole State

1999: Matt Gawer, P, Grayson County College

1998: Josh McMillen, OF, Cowley County, Kan.

1997: Travis Hafner, 1B, Cowley County, Kan.

1996: Robert Vaz, OF, Northeast Texas

1995: Brian Davis, P/OF, Middle Georgia

1994: Jose Rosado, P, Galveston

1993: Kevin Pitts, 1b, Triton

1992: Mike Peters, C, Essex CC

1991: Frank Rodriquez, P/SS, Howard

1990: Randy Brown, IF, San Jacinto

1989: David Evans, P, San Jacinto

1988: Chris Hanks, IF, Southern Idaho

1987: Bill Losa, DH, San Jacinto

1986: Brian Deak, C, Yavapai

1985: Randy Randle, IF, San Jacinto

1984: Shell Scott, IF, Southern Idaho

1983: David Turner, OF, McLennan

1982: Kal Daniels, OF, Middle Georgia

1981: Curtis Morgan, C, Seminole

1980: Greg Geren, OF, Cleveland State

1979: Tommy Dunbar, OF, Middle Georgia

1978: Jim Mick, Ranger

1977: Dan Townsend, Yavapai

1976: Jim Morley, Central Arizona

1975: Neil Fiala, Meramec

1974: Steve Viefhaus, Meramec

1973: Donnie Moore, Ranger

1972: Greg Snowden, Mesa, Ariz.

1971: Jim Otten, Mesa, Ariz.

1970: Larry Patton, Columbia

1969: Doug Ault, Panola

1968: Otis McCowan, Glendale

1967: Gerald Pirtle, Bacone

1966: Joe Arnold, Miami-Dade

1965: n/a

1964: Mack Gendreau, Mesa

1963: Ken Widman, Long Island

1962: n/a

1961: n/a

1960: Mickey Lee, Tarleton State

1959: Glendell Baker, Paris

1958: n/a



TEAM RECORDS

RUNS

7-game Series: 79, Southern Idaho, 1984

6-game Series: 73, San Jacinto–North, 1986

5-game Series: 69, San Jacinto–North, 2002

Single Game: Single game: 47, Central Arizona vs. Iowa Western, 2008, Central Arizona won 28-19

HITS

Single Game: 47, San Jacinto–North vs. Louisburg, 2002, San Jacinto had 24, Louisburg 23.

Series: 98, Galveston, 1994

HOME RUNS

Tournament: 60, 2009

Single Game: 11, Odessa vs. Indian Hills, 1995. Indian Hills had 8.

Single Game/One Team: 8, Indian Hills, 1995; Grayson County College, 2003

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

PITCHING

APPEARANCES

6, Darrell Porter, Tarleton State, 1960

INNINGS PITCHED

Series: 30 2/3, Joe Arnold, Miami-Dade, 1966

VICTORIES

4, Donnie Moore, Ranger, Texas, 1973.

STRIKEOUTS

Single Game:  21, Len Bell, Paris, Texas, 1959;

    Floyd Weaver, Paris, Texas, 1961.

Series:  33, Doug Slocum, Mesa, Ariz., 1972;

    Frank Rodriguez, Howard, Texas, 1991.

WALKS

One pitcher, single game: 15, Doug Alt, Panola, Texas, 1970

Both clubs, single game: 25, Allegany, Md. vs. Iowa Western, 1984. Eight pitchers worked, Allegany won 9-8 in 9 innings; Normandale, Minn., vs. Mesa, Ariz., 1990. Nine pitchers worked, Mesa won 13-11 in 9 innings.

NO-HITTERS

Billy DeBruhl, Wilmington, N.C., 1959

SAVES

Tournament: 3, Andy Mee, Santa Fe, 2009

 

BATTING

AVERAGE (15 or more at-bats)

.688, Kirby Puckett, Triton, 1982; Bill Losa, San Jacinto, 1987; Bryant Beaver, Seminole State, 2004

HITS

Series: 17, Shell Scott, Southern Idaho, 1984

Single Game: 6, Tary Scott, Walters State, 1984, Ed Nodhturft, Jefferson Davis (Ala.), 1994

RUNS

Series: 15, Scott Skripko, Middle Georgia, 1982; Bill Satterfield, Southern Idaho, 1988; Randy Brown, San Jacinto, 1990.

RUNS BATTED IN

Series: 18, Greg Geren, Cleveland State, 1980.

DOUBLES

Series: 5, Mickey Dearstone, Columbia State, Tenn., 1973; Eric Smith, Panola, 1979; Brian Davis, Middle Georgia, 1995; Scott Needs, Wallace State-Hanceville, 2002.

TRIPLES

Series: 4, Howard May, Gulf Coast, 1965.

HOME RUNS

Series: 6, Jeff Kipila, Brookdale, N.J., 1986; Jerry Shepherd, Middle Georgia, 1990.

Single game: 3, Steve Cook, Miami-Dade North, 1974; Steven Coats, Louisburg, 1975; Darrell Higgs, Pima, Ariz., 1981; Joe Datin, Middle Georgia, 1984; Kevin Lofthus, Southern Idaho, 1986; Bill Losa, San Jacinto, 1987; Michael Mose, Lake Land College, 1988; Mike Peters, Essex, 1992; Boodle Clark, Walters State, 2003; Kevin Gossage, Yavapai, 2006; Marty Gantt, Spartanburg Methodist, 2009

Consecutive: 4, Steven Coats, Louisburg College, 1975

 

GRAND SLAMS

Series: 3, George Arias, Pima, 1992

STOLEN BASES

Series: 11, Humberto Acosta, Miami-Dade/Downtown, 1976.

 

ATTENDANCE

Single day: 29,339, May 26, 2007

7-day tournament: 119,165, 2008

8-day tournament: 127,668, 2007


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