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2013 Conference/A.I.I./Unaffiliated Tournaments

April 16, 2013

American Midwest Conference
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
April 26 - May 5 | Quarterfinals at Highest Seed in Best of 3 Format; Semifinals and Championship hosted at Antimi Field and American Legion Field - Columbia, Mo.

April 26 (Park wins best of 3 series)
• No. 2 Park (27-6) def. No. 7 Lyon (11-38), 8-0 (5 innings)
• No. 2 Park (28-6) def. No. 7 Lyon (11-39), 12-0 (5 innings)

April 28 (William Woods wins best of 3 series)
• No. 5 Hannibal-LaGrange (17-16) def. No. 4 William Woods (19-14), 7-2
• No. 4 William Woods (20-13) def. No. 5 Hannibal-LaGrange (16-17), 9-0 (5 innings)
April 29
• No. 4 William Woods (21-13) def. No. 5 Hannibal-LaGrange (16-18), 1-0

April 29 (Williams Baptist wins best of 3 series)

• No. 1 Williams Baptist (37-4) def. No. 8 Harris-Stowe State (8-27), 8-0 (6 innings)
• No. 1 Williams Baptist (38-4) def. No. 8 Harris-Stowe State (8-28), 12-0 (5 innings)

April 29 (Columbia wins best of 3 series)
• No. 3 Columbia (20-16) def. No. 6 Missouri Baptist (21-14), 3-1
• No. 3 Columbia (21-16) def. No. 6 Missouri Baptist (21-15), 7-2

May 4
• Game 1: No. 4 William Woods (22-13) def. No. 1 Williams Baptist (38-5), 2-1 (8 innings)
• Game 2: No. 3 Columbia (22-16) def. No. 2 Park (28-7), 5-4
• Game 3: No. 2 Park (29-7) def. No. 1 WIlliams Baptist (38-6), 6-0
• Game 4: No. 4 William Woods (23-13) def. No. 3 Columbia (22-17), 4-3

May 5
• Game 5: No. 2 Park (30-7) def. No. 3 Columbia (22-18), 4-2
• Game 6: No. 4 William Woods (24-13) def. No. 2 Park (30-8), 6-0

No. 4 William Woods and No. 1 Williams Baptist advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


Appalachian Athletic Conference | Website
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
April 22 - 26 | Hosted at Domtar Park - Kingsport, Tenn.

April 22
• Game 1: No. 8 Union (16-28) def. No. 9 St. Andrews (12-29), 10-3
• Game 2: No. 7 Bryan (21-22) def. No. 10 Montreat (4-37), 7-5

April 23
• Game 3: No. 5 Milligan (13-20) def. No. 4 Columbia (21-18), 5-2
• Game 4: No. 1 Reinhardt (38-4) def. No. 8 Union (16-29), 5-0
• Game 5: No. 2 Virginia Intermont (33-12) def. No. 7 Bryan (21-23), 4-1
• Game 6: No. 3 Tennessee Wesleyan (23-16) def. No. 6 Point (20-24), 6-4

April 24
• Game 7: No. 8 Union (17-29) def. No. 4 Columbia (21-19), 7-6
• Game 8: No. 7 Bryan (22-23) def. No. 6 Point (20-25), 7-3
• Game 9: No. 5 Milligan (14-20) def. No. 1 Reinhardt (38-5), 6-2
• Game 10: No. 2 Virginia Intermont (34-12) def. No. 3 Tennessee Wesleyan (23-17), 5-4 (8 innings)

April 2
• Game 11: No. 1 Reinhardt (39-5) def. No. 7 Bryan (22-24), 9-1
• Game 12: No. 8 Union (18-29) def. No. 3 Tennessee Wesleyan (23-18), 10-9 (8 innings)
• Game 13: No. 2 Virginia Intermont (35-12) def. No. 5 Milligan (14-21), 6-5
• Game 14: No. 1 Reinhardt (40-5) def. No. 8 Union (18-30), 6-3

April 26
• Game 15: No. 5 Milligan (15-21) def. No. 1 Reinhardt (40-6), 7-6 
• Game 16: No. 2 Virginia Intermont (36-12) def. No. 5 Milligan (15-22), 14-2 (5 innings)

No. 2 Virginia Intermont and No. 1 Reinhardt advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 
Association of Independent Institutions | Bracket
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, tournament runner-up)
May 1 - 3 | Hosted at Victoria, Texas

May 1
• Game 1: No. 5 LSU Alexandria (17-24) def. No. 4 Ashford (23-22), 4-2 
• Game 2: No. 2 Houston-Victoria (27-20) def. No. 3 British Columbia (26-21), 7-2
• Game 3: No. 5 LSU Alexandria (18-24) def. No. 1 Cal State San Marcos (40-9), 4-2

May 2
• Game 4: No. 3 British Columbia (27-21) def. No. 4 Ashford (23-23), 11-0
• Game 5: No. 2 Houston-Victoria (28-20) def. No. 5 LSU Alexandria (18-25), 12-0 (5 innings)
• Game 6: No. 3 British Columbia (27-22) def. No. 1 Cal State San Marcos (40-10), 4-3

May 3
• Game 7: No. 5 LSU Alexandria (19-25) def. No. 3 British Columbia (27-23), 4-1
• Game 8: No. 2 Houston-Victoria (29-20) def. No. 5 LSU Alexandria (19-26), 2-1

No. 2 Houston-Victoria and No. 5 LSU Alexandria advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


  Cascade Collegiate Conference | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 2 - 3 | Hosted by Corban University

May 2
• Game 1: No. 3 Oregon Tech (35-14) def. No. 2 Concordia (34-20), 5-3
• Game 2: No. 4 College of Idaho (32-21) def. No. 1 Corban (39-12), 2-1
• Game 3: No. 4 College of Idaho (33-21) def. No. 3 Oregon Tech (35-15), 3-1
• Game 4: No. 1 Corban (40-12) def. No. 2 Concordia (34-21), 9-7

May 3
• Game 5: No. 3 Oregon Tech (36-15) def. No. 1 Corban (40-13), 8-0 (5 innings)
• Game 6: No. 4 College of Idaho (34-21) def. No. 3 Oregon Tech (36-16), 8-0 (5 innings)

No. 4 College of Idaho advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference | Bracket
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
May 2 - 4 | Hosted by Olivet Nazarene University - Bourbonnais, Ill.

May 2
• Game 1: No. 3 Judson (26-15) def. No. 6 St. Francis (20-22), 2-0
• Game 2: No. 5 Robert Morris (26-17) def. No. 4 Calumet St. Joseph (25-21), 2-0
• Game 3: No. 2 Olivet Nazarene (44-5) def. No. 3 Judson (26-16), 9-3
• Game 4: No. 1 Saint Xavier (44-5) def. No. 5 Robert Morris (26-18), 4-3
• Game 5: No. 6 St. Francis (21-22) def. No. 4 Calumet St. Joseph (25-22), 9-2

May 3
• Game 6: No. 3 Judson (27-16) vs. No. 5 Robert Morris (26-19), 9-2
• Game 7: No. 6 St. Francis (22-22) def. No. 3 Judson (27-17), 3-2
• Game 8: No. 1 Saint Xavier (45-5) def. No. 2 Olivet Nazarene (44-6), 5-4

May 4
• Game 9: No. 2 Olivet Nazarene (45-6) def. No. 6 St. Francis (22-23), 10-2
• Game 10: No. 2 Olivet Nazarene (46-6) def. No. 1 Saint Xavier (45-6), 6-1
• Game 11: No. 1 Saint Xavier (46-6) def. No. 2 Olivet Nazarene (46-7), 4-3

No. 1 Saint Xavier and No. 2 Olivet Nazarene advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 Crossroads League | Website
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
May 1 - 2 | Hosted at Indianapolis, Ind.

May 1
• Game 1: No. 1 Marian (27-8) def. No. 8 Spring Arbor (15-28), 4-0
• Game 2: No. 4 Saint Francis (16-22) def. No. 5 Indiana Wesleyan (28-17), 3-0
• Game 3: No. 3 Huntington (21-16) def. No. 6 Grace (19-30), 8-4
• Game 4: No. 2 Bethel (24-9) def. No. 7 Taylor (16-23), 9-5
• Game 5: No. 1 Marian (28-8) def. No. 4 Saint Francis (16-23), 6-2
• Game 6: No. 2 Bethel (25-9) def. No. 3 Huntington (21-17), 3-0
• Game 7: No. 8 Spring Arbor (16-28) def. No. 5 Indiana Wesleyan (28-18), 5-2
• Game 8: No. 7 Taylor (17-23) def. No. 6 Grace (19-31), 4-3
• Game 9: No. 3 Huntington (22-17) def. No. 8 Spring Arbor (16-29), 5-0
• Game 10: No. 7 Taylor (18-23) def. No. 4 Saint Francis (16-24), 9-2

May 2
• Game 11: No. 2 Bethel (26-9) def. No. 1 Marian (28-9), 3-2
• Game 12: No. 3 Huntington (23-17) def. No. 7 Taylor (18-24), 3-2
• Game 13: No. 1 Marian (29-9) def. No. 3 Huntington (23-18), 8-0 (5 innings)
• Game 14: No. 1 Marian (30-8), def. No. 2 Bethel (26-10), 10-5
• Game 15: No. 1 Marian (31-8), def. No. 2 Bethel (26-11), 2-1

No. 1 Marian and No. 2 Bethel advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

Great Plains Athletic Conference
| Website
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
May 2 - 5 | Hosted at SYA Complex, Sioux City, Iowa

May 2
• Game 1: No. 1 Hastings (27-10) def. No. 8 Briar Cliff (12-19), 9-4
• Game 2: No. 5 Doane (17-22) def. No. 4 Midland (19-21), 11-5
• Game 3: No. 3 Northwestern (26-20) def. No. 6 Nebraska Wesleyan (16-18), 10-7
• Game 4: No. 2 Morningside (27-13) def. No. 7 Dakota Wesleyan (10-25), 13-1 (5 innings)
• Game 5: No. 4 Midland (20-21) def. No. 8 Briar Cliff (12-20), 5-4
• Game 6: No. 6 Nebraska Wesleyan (17-18) def. No. 7 Dakota Wesleyan (10-26), 10-2 (6 innings)
• Game 7: No. 1 Hastings (28-10) def. No. 5 Doane (17-23), 13-5 (6 innings)
• Game 8: No. 2 Morningside (28-13) def. No. 3 Northwestern (26-21), 4-3

May 3
• Game 9: No. 4 Midland (21-21) def. No. 3 Northwestern (26-22), 5-0
• Game 10: No. 5 Doane (18-23) def. No. 6 Nebraska Wesleyan (17-19), 5-3
• Game 11: No. 1 Hastings (29-10) def. No. 2 Morningside (28-14), 3-0
• Game 12: No. 4 Midland (22-21) vs. No. 5 Doane (18-24), 2-1
• Game 13: No. 2 Morningside (28-14) def. No. 4 Midland (22-22), 5-2

May 5
• Game 14: No. 2 Morningside (29-14) def. No. 1 Hastings (29-11), 19-8 (5 innings)
• Game 15: No. 2 Morningside (30-14) def. No. 1 Hastings (29-12), 10-1 (6 innings)

No. 2 Morningside and No. 1 Hastings advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 Heart of America Athletic Conference | Bracket
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
May 5 | Hosted at Blue Valley Recreation Complex - Overland Park, Kan.

May 5
• Game 1: No. 1 Central Methodist (32-10-1) def. No. 8 Graceland (10-23), 9-0 (5 innings)
• Game 2: No. 4 Evangel (29-12) def. No. 5 Peru State (15-26), 12-0 (5 innings)
• Game 3: No. 3 Baker (23-13) def. No. 6 Benedictine (21-20), 7-0
• Game 4: No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (27-12) def. No. 7 Missouri Valley (12-19), 8-0 (5 innings)
• Game 5: No. 1 Central Methodist (33-10-1) def. No. 4 Evangel (29-13), 7-3
• Game 6: No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (28-12) def. No. 3 Baker (29-13), 2-1
• Game 7: No. 1 Central Methodist (34-10-1) def. No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene (28-13), 19-8 (5 innings)

No. 1 Central Methodist and No. 2 MidAmerica Nazarene advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference | Bracket
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament No. 2 seed.
May 3 - 4 | Hosted at Hummer Sports Park - Topeka, Kan.

May 3
• Game 1: No. 1 Friends (36-6) def. No. 8 McPherson (9-21), 8-3
• Game 2: No. 2 Bethany (28-14) def. No. 7 Saint Mary (9-24), 5-2
• Game 3: No. 5 Ottawa (24-14) def. No. 4 Tabor (17-24), 9-3
• Game 4: No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan (34-8) def. No. 6 Southwestern (14-22), 7-0
• Game 5: No. 4 Tabor (18-24) def. No. 8 McPherson (9-22), 4-3
• Game 6: No. 6 Southwestern (15-22) def. No. 7 Saint Mary (9-25), 7-2
• Game 7: No. 5 Ottawa (25-14) def. No. 1 Friends (36-7), 3-2
• Game 8: No. 2 Bethany (29-14) def. No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan (34-9), 5-4
• Game 9: No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan (35-9) def. No. 4 Tabor (18-25), 17-3 (5 innings)
• Game 10: No. 1 Friends (37-7) def. No. 6 Southwestern (15-23), 8-0 (5 innings)

May 4
• Game 11: No. 2 Bethany (30-14) def. No. 5 Ottawa (25-15), 3-2
• Game 12: No. 1 Friends (38-7) def. No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan (35-10), 6-5
• Game 13: No. 1 Friends (39-7) def. No. 5 Ottawa (25-16), 9-1 (5 innings)
• Game 14: No. 1 Friends (40-7) def. No. 2 Bethany (30-15), 3-2
• Game 15: No. 1 Friends (41-7) def. No. 2 Bethany (30-16), 5-3

No. 1 Friends and No. 2 Bethany advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 3 - 4 | Hosted by Asbury University, Danville, Ky., Millennium Park

May 3
• Game 1: No. 3 Berea (20-17) def. No. 6 Brescia (12-26), 12-4 (5 innings)
• Game 2: No. 2 Point Park (30-11) def. No. 7 Alice Lloyd (6-28), 8-0 (6 innings)
• Game 3: No. 4 Asbury (17-24) def. No. 5 Midway (13-28), 4-2
• Game 4: No. 7 Alice Lloyd (7-28) def. No. 6 Brescia (12-27), 7-5
• Game 5: No. 2 Point Park (31-11) def. No. 3 Berea (20-18), 5-1
• Game 6: No. 1 IU Southeast (34-7) def. No. 4 Asbury (17-25), 7-2
• Game 7: No. 3 Berea (21-18) def. No. 5 Midway (13-29), 12-10 (8 innings)
• Game 8: No. 1 IU Southeast (35-7) def. No. 2 Point Park (31-12), 6-2
• Game 9: No. 4 Asbury (18-25) def. No. 7 Alice Lloyd (7-29), 6-0
• Game 10: No. 3 Berea (22-18) def. No. 4 Asbury (18-26), 2-1

May 4
• Game 11: No. 3 Berea (24-18) def. No. 2 Point Park (31-14), 7-4
• Game 12: No. 1 IU Southeast (36-7) def. No. 3 Berea (24-19), 10-2 (5 innings)

No. 1 IU Southeast advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


Mid-South Conference | Website
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, regular season champion). If same school is both, then second auto bid is awarded to tournament runner-up.
April 27 - 30 | Hosted in Kingsport, Tenn.

April 27
• Game 1: No. 1 Lindsey Wilson (44-7) def. No. 8 PIikeville (20-26), 10-2 (5 innings)
• Game 2: No. 5 UVa-Wise (32-19) def. No. 4 Shawnee State (24-15), 9-0 (5 innings)
• Game 3: No. 6 Cumberland (34-18) def. No. 3 Georgetown (30-13), 3-1
• Game 4: No. 2 Campbellsville (38-13) def. No. 7 Rio Grande (22-18), 5-4
• Game 5: No. 4 Shawnee State (25-15) def. No. 8 Pikeville (20-27), 10-2
• Game 6: No. 3 Georgetown (31-13) def. No. 7 Rio Grande (22-19), 4-1
• Game 7: No. 1 Lindsey Wilson (45-7) def. No. 5 UVa-Wise (31-20), 6-5
• Game 8: No. 6 Cumberland (35-18) def. No. 2 Campbellsville (38-14), 4-3 (8 innings)

April 29 (rained out from April 28)
• Game 9: No. 2 Campbellsville (39-14) def. No. 4 Shawnee State (25-16), 4-3
• Game 10: No. 3 Georgetown (32-13) def. No. 5 UVa-Wise (31-21), 6-5 (15 innings)
• Game 11: No. 6 Cumberland (36-18) def. No. 1 LIndsey Wilson (45-8), 2-1
• Game 12: No. 2 Campbellsville (40-14) def. No. 3 Georgetown (32-14), 3-1
• Game 13: No. 1 LIndsey Wilson (46-8) def. No. 2 Campbellsville (40-15), 4-2

April 30
• Game 14: No. 1 LIndsey Wilson (47-8) def. No. 6 Cumberland (36-19), 10-6
• Game 15: No. 1 LIndsey Wilson (48-8) def. No. 6 Cumberland (36-20), 6-0

No. 1 Lindsey Wilson and No. 6 Cumberland advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 2 - 3 | Hosted by Central Baptist College, Conway, Ark.

May 2
• Game 1: No. 1 Central Baptist (35-10) def. No. 4 Waldorf (26-15), 5-4
• Game 2: No. 2 Bellevue (36-9) leads No. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan (34-14), 4-2 (suspended in top of 4th inning, due to weather)

May 3
• Game 2: No. 2 Bellevue (37-9) def. No. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan (34-15), 8-2 (Continuation from May 2)
• Game 3: No. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan (35-15) def. No. 4 Waldorf (26-16), 7-2
• Game 4: No. 2 Bellevue (38-9) def. No. 1 Central Baptist (35-11), 3-0

May 4
• Game 5: No. 1 Central Baptist (36-11) def. No. 3 Oklahoma Wesleyan (35-16), 5-0
• Game 6: No. 2 Bellevue (39-9) def. No. 1 Central Baptist (36-12), 4-0

No. 2 Bellevue advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15

 


 

Midwest Collegiate Conference 
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 4 - 6 | Played at Quad Cities, Iowa

May 4

• Game 1: No. 3 Mount Mercy (27-16) def. No. 6 Viterbo (4-36), 2-0
• Game 2: No. 5 Clarke (8-25) def. No. 4 William Penn (32-21), 2-1
• Game 3: No. 1 St. Ambrose (39-13) def. No. 5 Clarke (8-26), 5-0
• Game 4: No. 2 Grand View (22-22) def. No. 3 Mount Mercy (27-17), 8-0 (5 innings)

May 5
• Game 5: No. 5 Clarke (9-26) def. No. 3 Mount Mercy (27-18), 7-5
• Game 6: No. 1 St. Ambrose (40-13) def. No. 2 Grand View (22-23), 2-1
• Game 7: No. 2 Grand View (23-23) def. No. 5 Clarke (9-27), 11-3 (5 innings)

May 6
• Game 8: No. 2 Grand View (24-23) def. No. 1 St. Ambrose (40-14), 5-4
• Game 9: No. 2 Grand View (25-23) def. No. 1 St. Ambrose (40-15), 7-6

No. 2 Grand View advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

Red River Athletic Conference
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 2 - 4 | Hosted at Oran Good Park - Farmers Branch, Texas 

May 2
• Game 1: No. 5 Langston (23-21) def. No. 4 Southwest (24-19), 15-6
• Game 2: No. 3 Bacone (19-24) def. No. 6 Huston-Tillotson (3-33), 15-9
• Game 3: No. 1 Northwood (27-17) def. No. 5 Southwest (23-22), 10-1
• Game 4: No. 3 Bacone (20-24) def. No. 2 Texas Wesleyan (22-21), 11-9

May 3
• Game 5: No. 6 Huston-Tillotson (4-33) def. No. 4 Southwest (24-19), 6-5
• Game 6: No. 2 Texas Wesleyan (23-21) def. No. 5 Langston (23-22), 9-4
• Game 7: No. 1 Northwood (28-17) def. No. 3 Bacone (20-25), 6-5
• Game 8: No. 2 Texas Wesleyan (24-21) def. No. 6 Huston-Tillotson (4-34), 16-0 (5 innings)

May 4
• Game 9: No. 3 Bacone (21-25)  def.. No. 2 Texas Wesleyan (24-22), 6-2
• Game 10: No. 1 Northwood (29-17) def. No. 3 Bacone (21-26), 8-1

No. 1 Northwood advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


Sooner Athletic Conference | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 3 - 4 | Hosted at Hall of Fame Stadium - Oklahoma City, Okla. 

May 3
• Game 1: No. 4 Oklahoma Baptist (31-21) def. No. 5 Rogers State (38-16), 8-0 (6 innings)
• Game 2: No. 2 Oklahoma City (45-10) def. No. 7 Mid-America Christian (10-36), 14-1
• Game 3: No. 3 St. Gregory's (33-13) def. No. 6 Science & Arts (26-25), 5-4
• Game 4: No. 1 Lubbock Christian (53-7) def. No. 4 Oklahoma Baptist (31-22), 6-4
• Game 5: No. 2 Oklahoma City (46-10) def. No. 3 St. Gregory's (33-14), 6-1
• Game 6: No. 7 Mid-America Christian (11-36) def. No. 6 Science & Arts (26-26), 6-5
• Game 7: No. 3 St. Gregory's (34-14) def. No. 5 Rogers State (38-17), 9-5
• Game 8: No. 4 Oklahoma Baptist (32-22) def. No. 7 Mid-America Christian (11-37), 9-4
• Game 9: No. 1 Lubbock Christian (54-7) def. No. 2 Oklahoma City (46-11), 5-1

May 4
• Game 10: No. 4 Oklahoma Baptist (33-22) def. No. 3 St. Gregory's (34-15), 5-4 (8 innings)
• Game 11: No. 2 Oklahoma City (47-11) def. No. 4 Oklahoma Baptist (33-23), 7-4
• Game 12: No. 1 Lubbock Christian (55-7) def. No. 2 Oklahoma City (47-12), 6-5

No. 1 Lubbock Christian advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 Southern States Athletic Conference | Bracket
• 2 auto bids to national championship (tournament champion, tournament runner-up)
May 2 - 4 | Hosted at South Commons Stadium & Fields #6-8 - Columbus, Ga.

May 2
• Game 1: No. 4 (West) William Carey (34-16) def. No. 5 (East) Emmanuel (14-37), 17-2 (5 innings)
• Game 2: No. 5 (West) Mobile (28-20) def. No. 4 (East) Southern Wesleyan (28-26), 6-2
• Game 3: No. 2 (West) Belhaven (33-10) def. No. 3 (East) Brewton-Parker (25-24), 2-0
• Game 4: No. 3 (West) Spring Hill (39-12) def. No. 2 (East) Brenau (32-14), 4-0
• Game 5: No. 1 (East) Lee (40-9) def. No. 4 (West) William Carey (34-17), 10-2 (5 innings)
• Game 6: No. 1 (West) Auburn Montgomery (39-8) def. No. 5 (West) Mobile (28-21), 3-0

May 3
• Game 7: No. 3 (East) Brewton-Parker (26-24) def. No. 4 (East) Southern Wesleyan (28-27), 7-5
• Game 8: No. 2 (East) Brenau (33-14) def. No. 5 (East) Emmanuel (14-38), 9-3
• Game 9: No. 1 (East) Lee (41-9) def. No. 2 (West) Belhaven (33-11), 3-2
• Game 10: No. 3 (West) Spring Hill (40-12) def. No. 1 (West) Auburn Montgomery (39-9), 3-0
• Game 11: No. 5 (West) Mobile (29-21) def. No. 3 (East) Brewton-Parker (26-25), 6-2
• Game 12: No. 2 (East) Brenau (34-14) def. No. 4 (West) William Carey (34-18), 4-3
• Game 13: No. 2 (West) Belhaven (34-11) def. No. 5 (West) Mobile (29-22), 3-1
• Game 14: No. 1 (West) Auburn Montgomery (40-9) def. No. 2 (East) Brenau (34-15), 6-0
• Game 15: No. 1 (East) Lee (42-9) def. No. 3 (West) Spring Hill (40-13), 5-1

May 5
• Game 16: No. 2 (West) Belhaven (35-11) def. No. 1 (West) Auburn Montgomery (40-10), 1-0
• Game 17: No. 3 (West) Spring Hill (41-13) def. No. 2 (West) Belhaven (35-12), 7-2
• Game 18: No. 1 (East) Lee (43-9) def. No. 3 (West) Spring Hill (41-13), 1-0

No. 1 Lee and No. 3 Spring Hill advance to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 The Sun Conference | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 2 - 4 | Hosted at National Training Center Softball Complex - Clermont, Fla. 

May 2
• Game 1: No. 5 Thomas (22-23) def. No. 4 Warner (19-19), 6-1
• Game 2: No. 7 St. Thomas (19-20) def. No. 2 Webber International (22-21), 8-2
• Game 3: No. 3 Southeastern (26-18) def. No. 6 Embry-Riddle (13-24), 7-3
• Game 4: No. 1 South Carolina Beaufort (39-4) def. No. 5 Thomas (22-24), 8-2 (6 innings)
• Game 5: No. 7 St. Thomas (20-20) def. No. 3 Southeastern (26-19), 6-3

May 3
• Game 6: No. 6 Embry-Riddle (14-24) def. No. 2 Webber International (22-22), 3-2
• Game 7: No. 3 Southeastern (27-19) def. No. 4 Warner (19-20), 14-10
• Game 8: No. 6 Embry-Riddle (15-24) def. No. 5 Thomas (22-25), 11-3 (5 innings)
• Game 9: No. 1 South Carolina Beaufort (40-4) def. No. 7 St. Thomas (20-21), 6-1

May 4
• Game 10: No. 6 Embry-Riddle (16-24) def. No. 3 Southeastern (27-20) 12-4
• Game 11: No. 7 St. Thomas (21-21) def. No. 6 Embry-Riddle (17-24), 10-3
• Game 12: No. 1 South Carolina Beaufort (41-4) def. No. 7 St. Thomas (21-22), 3-2 (8 innings)

No. 1 South Carolina Beaufort advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 1 - 3 | Hosted at Bailey Park - Battle Creek, Mich.

May 1
• Game 1: No. 9 Michigan-Dearborn (6-34) def. No. 8 Indiana Tech (10-29), 2-0
• Game 2: No. 2 Davenport (31-11-1) def. No. 7 Siena Heights (17-22), 8-0 (6 innings)
• Game 3: No. 3 Madonna (30-16) def. No. 6 Lourdes (12-23), 9-3
• Game 4: No. 4 Aquinas (27-15) def. No. 5 Concordia (20-21-1), 8-4
• Game 5: No. 1 Cornerstone (31-4) def. No. 9 Michigan-Dearborn (6-35), 17-0 (5 innings)
• Game 6: No. 7 Siena Heights (18-22) def. No. 8 Indiana Tech (10-30), 12-6

May 2
• Game 7: No. 9 Michigan-Dearborn (7-35) def. No. 5 Concordia (20-22-1), 5-3
• Game 8: No. 7 Siena Heights (19-22) def. No. 6 Lourdes (12-24), 9-1
• Game 9: No. 2 Davenport (32-11-1) def. No. 3 Madonna (30-17), 5-4
• Game 10: No. 4 Aquinas (28-15) def. No. 1 Cornerstone (31-5), 6-2
• Game 11: No. 3 Madonna (31-17) def. No. 9 Michigan-Dearborn (7-36), 6-4 (8 innings)
• Game 12: No. 1 Cornerstone (32-5) def. No. 7 Siena Heights (19-23), 5-4
• Game 13: No. 4 Aquinas (29-15) def. No. 2 Davenport (32-12-1), 1-0
• Game 14: No. 3 Madonna (32-17) def. No. 1 Cornerstone (32-6), 6-1

May 3
• Game 15: No. 2 Davenport (33-12-1) def. No. 3 Madonna (32-18), 4-0
• Game 16: No. 2 Davenport (34-12-1) def. No. 4 Aquinas (29-16), 4-2
• Game 17: No. 2 Davenport (35-12-1) def. No. 4 Aquinas (29-17), 2-0

No. 2 Davenport (35-12-1) advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15



Unaffiliated Group – California Pacific/Golden State | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
April 25 - 27 | Hosted by Concordia University - Irvine, Calif.

April 25
• Game 1: No. 4 William Jessup (29-16) def. No. 5 Hope International (27-22), 7-2
• Game 2: No. 6 Biola (24-26) def. No. 3 Vanguard (34-23), 3-2
• Game 3: No. 5 Hope International (28-22) def. No. 3 Vanguard (34-24), 11-8 (8 innings)
• Game 4: No. 1 Concordia (43-3) def. No. 4 William Jessup (29-17), 11-0 (5 innings)

April 26
• Game 6: No. 4 William Jessup (30-17) def. No. 5 Hope International (28-23), 9-1 (5 innings)
• Game 5: No. 2 Simpson (33-24) def. No. 6 Biola (24-27), 5-0
• Game 7: No. 6 Biola (25-27) def. No. 4 William Jessup (30-18), 3-0
• Game 8: No. 1 Concordia (44-3) def. No. 2 Simpson (33-25), 8-0 (6 innings)

April 27
• Game 9: No. 2 Simpson (34-25) def. No. 6 Biola (25-28), 1-0
• Game 10: No. 1 Concordia (45-3) def. No. 2 Simpson (34-26), 3-0

No. 1 Concordia advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

Unaffiliated Group – Gulf Coast/TranSouth | Website
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 1 - 3 | Hosted in Jackson, Tenn., at Sportsplex

May 1

• Game 1: No. 4 Bethel (14-23) def. No. 5 Mid-Continent (13-28), 5-1
• Game 2: No. 3 Blue Mountain (24-18) vs. No. 6 Talladega (20-33), 9-2
• Game 3: No. 2 Martin Methodist (27-20) def. No. 7 Edward Waters (7-14-3), 6-3

May 2
• Game 6: No. 6 Talladega (21-33) def. No. 7 Edward Waters (7-15-3), 11-3
• Game 4: No. 4 Bethel (15-23) def. No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (26-7), 4-0
• Game 5: No. 3 Blue Mountain (25-18) def. No. 2 Martin Methodist (27-21), 2-1
• Game 7: No. 2 Martin Methodist (28-21) def. No. 5 Mid-Continent (13-29), 6-3
• Game 8: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (27-7) def. No. 6 Talladega (21-34), 9-1 (5 innings)
• Game 9: No. 4 Bethel (16-23) def. No. 3 Blue Mountain (25-19), 8-4
• Game 10: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (28-7) def. No. 2 Martin Methodist (28-22), 2-1

May 3
• Game 11: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (29-7) def. No. 3 Blue Mountain (25-20), 6-0
• Game 12: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (29-7) leads No. 4 Bethel (16-23), 6-0 (bottom of 2nd) - delayed

May 4
• Game 12: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (31-7) def. No. 4 Bethel (16-25), 8-4
• Game 13: No. 1 Freed-Hardeman (30-7) def. No. 4 Bethel (16-24), 2-1

No. 1 Freed-Hardeman advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


 

 Unaffiliated Group – Association of Independent Institutions/Frontier | Bracket
• 1 auto bid to national championship (tournament champion)
May 3 - 5 | Hosted by Dickinson State University, Dickinson, N.D.

May 3

• Game 1: No. 4 Valley City State (9-24) def. No. 5 Dakota State (16-17), 11-6
• Game 2: No. 3 Great Falls (28-15) def. No. 6 Mayville State (3-23), 6-4
• Game 3: No. 1 Dickinson State (23-13) def. No. 4 Valley City State (9-25), 3-1
• Game 4: No. 2 Jamestown (19-11) def. No. 3 Great Falls (28-16), 8-0

May 4
• Game 5: No. 4 Valley City State (10-25) def. No. 6 Mayville State (3-24), 17-6 (5 innings)
• Game 6: No. 3 Great Falls (29-16) def. No. 5 Dakota State (16-18), 6-2
• Game 7: No. 1 Dickinson State (24-13) def. No. 2 Jamestown (19-12), 5-2 (12 innings)
• Game 8: No. 3 Great Falls (30-16) def. No. 4 Valley City State (10-26), 6-3

May 5
• Game 9: No. 3 Great Falls (31-16) def. No. 2 Jamestown (19-13), 6-2
• Game 10: No. 3 Great Falls (32-16) def. No. 1 Dickinson State (24-14), 2-1
• Game 11: No. 1 Dickinson State (26-14) def. No. 3 Great Falls (32-17), 14-2 (5 innings)

No. 1 Dickinson State advances to the National Championship Opening Round, May 13-15


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