1985 Division II College World Series

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The 1985 Division II College World Series was held at Paterson Field in Montgomery, AL. This is was the first of 23 straight DII World Series to be played in Montgomery. The six schools qualified by winning one of six regional tournaments. The tournament was won by Florida Southern College, coached by Chuck Anderson. The runner-up was the Cal Poly Pomona. Florida Southern first basemen Tom Temrowski was named the series Most Outstanding Player.


Participating Teams[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish
California State Polytechnic University-Pomona California Collegiate Athletic Association 39-29-1 (23-7) John Scolinos 4
(last:1983)
1st
Florida Southern College Sunshine State Conference 54-10 (21-3) Chuck Anderson 13
(last:1984)
1st
University of New Haven New England Collegiate Conference 28-6 (10-3) Frank Vieira 7
(last:1984)
3rd
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Independent 36-15-1 Gary Collins 4
(last:1983)
2nd
Troy State University Gulf South Conference 40-13 (4-2) Chase Riddle 3
(last:1984)
3rd
Valdosta State College Gulf South Conference 37-15 (--) Tommy Thomas 5
(last:1983)
1st

Results[edit]

1985 College World Series Bracket[edit]

  First round Second round Third round Semi-finals Finals
                                                 
  Florida Southern 12  
  SIU Edwardsville 5     Florida Southern 10  
    Troy St. 5    
  Cal Poly Pomona 6         Florida Southern 10            
  New Haven 5           Cal Poly Pomona 3              
      Cal Poly Pomona 10           Florida Southern 15 x
      Valdosta St. 0         Cal Poly Pomona 5 x
  Valdosta St. 19         Cal Poly Pomona 7    
  Troy St. 1       Valdosta St. 9     New Haven 2  
  SIU Edwardsville 9     New Haven 11  
  New Haven 10  



Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 25
Game 1 Florida Southern College 12 - 5 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Game 2 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 6 - 5 University of New Haven
Game 3 Valdosta State College 19 - 1 Troy State University
May 26
Game 4 University of New Haven 10 - 9 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville SIU Edwardsville elminated
Game 5 Florida Southern College 10 - 5 Troy State University Troy St. elminated
Game 6 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 10 - 0 Valdosta State College
May 27
Game 7 Florida Southern College 10 - 3 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona
Game 8 University of New Haven 11 - 9 Valdosta State College Valdosta St. elminated
Game 9 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 7 - 2 University of New Haven New Haven elminated
May 29
Game 10 Florida Southern College 15 - 5 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Florida Southern wins CWS


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