1968 Division II College World Series

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The 1968 Divsion II College World Series was the first DII College World Series. It took place in Springfield, MO. The four schools qualified by winning one of four regional tournaments. The Tournament was won by Chapman College, coached by Paul Deese. The runner-up was Delta State University. The Most Outstanding Player award went to Tony Spano of Chapman College.

Participating Teams[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
Arkansas State University Southland Conference 22-12-1 J. A. Tomlinson 0
(last: none)
none
Chapman College California Collegiate Athletic Association 26-17 Paul Deese 0
(last: none)
none
Delta State University 20-22-1 Don Ward 0
(last: none)
none
LIU Brooklyn Metropolitan Conference 26-5 Dick Vining 0
(last: none)
none

Results[edit]

1968 College World Series Bracket[edit]

  First Round   Second Round   Final
                             
  Chapman 11  
  LIU Brooklyn 8    
      Chapman 3  
      Delta St. 0    
  Delta St. 3          
  Arkansas St. 1        
      Chapman 11 x
        Delta St. 0 x
       
    Delta St. 4    
  LIU Brooklyn 3     Arkansas St. 3  
  Arkansas St. 10  




Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 5
Game 1 Chapman College 11 - 8 LIU Brooklyn
Game 2 Delta State University 3 - 1 Arkansas State University
June 6
Game 3 Arkansas State University 10 - 3 LIU Brooklyn LIU eliminated
Game 4 Chapman College 3 - 0 Delta State University
June 7
Game 5 Delta State University 4 - 3 Arkansas State University Arkansas St. eliminated
Game 6 Chapman College 11 - 0 Delta State University Chapman University wins CWS


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