1997 Big 12 Conference Tournament

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The 1997 Big 12 Conference baseball tournament was held at All-Sports Stadium in Oklahoma City, OK. #4 University of Oklahoma defeated #1 Texas Tech University for the title. Outfielder Brian Shackelford was named tournament Most Outstanding Player.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 Texas Tech University 23-7 Larry Hays
2 Oklahoma State University 21-9 Tom Holliday
3 Texas A&M University 19-11 Mark Johnson
4 University of Oklahoma 18-11 Larry Cochell
5 Baylor University 18-12 Steve Smith
6 University of Missouri 15-16 Tim Jamieson

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  First round Semifinals Third Round Semi-Finals Finals
                                               
  1 Texas Tech 6  
  6 Missouri 2     1 Texas Tech 3  
    4 Oklahoma 5    
      4 Oklahoma 16  
      6 Missouri 7     4 Oklahoma 10  
  6 Missouri 9         2 Oklahoma State 5    
  5 Baylor 8        
  2 Oklahoma State 11         4 Oklahoma 19
  5 Baylor 8           1 Texas Tech 17
      2 Oklahoma State 16        
      3 Texas A&M 10          
  3 Texas A&M 4           2 Oklahoma State 6              
  4 Oklahoma 3         1 Texas Tech 7            
  3 Texas A&M 6    
  1 Texas Tech 9  


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 15
Game 1 Texas Tech University 6-2 University of Missouri
Game 2 Oklahoma State University 11-8 Baylor University
Game 3 Texas A&M University 4-3 University of Oklahoma
May 16
Game 4 University of Missouri 9-8 Baylor University Baylor eliminated
Game 5 University of Oklahoma 5-3 Texas Tech University
Game 6 Oklahoma State University 16-10 Texas A&M University
May 17
Game 7 Texas Tech University 9-6 Texas A&M University Texas A&M eliminated
Game 8 University of Oklahoma 16-7 University of Missouri Missouri eliminated
Game 9 Texas Tech University 7-6 Oklahoma State University
May 18
Game 10 University of Oklahoma 10-5 Oklahoma State University Oklahoma State eliminated
Game 11 University of Oklahoma 19-17 Texas Tech University Oklahoma advances to NCAA tournament

All-Tournament Team[edit]