2004 Southeastern Conference Tournament

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The 2004 Southeastern Conference baseball tournament was held at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, AL. #5 University of South Carolina defeated #7 Vanderbilt University for the title. Steven Tolleson & Kevin Melillo were named Tournament MVP.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 University of Arkansas 19-11 Dave Van Horn
2 University of Georgia 19-11 David Perno
3 Louisiana State University 18-12 Smoke Laval
4 University of Mississippi 18-12 Mike Bianco
5 University of South Carolina 17-13 Ray Tanner
6 University of Florida 17-13 Pat McMahon
7 Vanderbilt University 16-14 Tim Corbin
8 University of Tennessee 14-16 Rod Delmonico


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 26
Game 1 University of Florida 5-4 Louisiana State University
Game 2 Vanderbilt University 6-0 University of Georgia
Game 3 University of South Carolina 7-6 University of Mississippi
Game 4 University of Tennessee 8-6 University of Arkansas
May 27
Game 5 University of Georgia 1-0 Louisiana State University LSU eliminated
Game 6 University of Arkansas 4-3 University of Mississippi Mississippi eliminated
Game 7 Vanderbilt University 3-0 University of Florida
Game 8 University of South Carolina 5-1 University of Tennessee
May 28
Game 9 University of Florida 7-0 University of Georgia Georgia eliminated
Game 10 University of Arkansas 4-1 University of Tennessee Tennessee eliminated
May 29
Game 11 Vanderbilt University 6-5 University of Florida Florida eliminated
Game 12 University of South Carolina 3-2 University of Arkansas Arkansas eliminated
May 30
Game 13 University of South Carolina 3-2 Vanderbilt University South Carolina advances to NCAA tournament

All Tournament Team[edit]

  • P Jeremy Sowers, Vanderbilt
  • P Connor Falkenbach, Florida
  • C Jonathan Douillard, Vanderbilt
  • 1B C.J. Smith, Florida
  • 2B Warner Jones, Vanderbilt
  • 3B Jonathan Tucker, Florida
  • SS Ryan Klosterman, Vanderbilt
  • OF Jake Dugger, Arkansas
  • OF Eli Iorg, Tennessee
  • OF Brendan Winn, South Carolina
  • DH Cesar Nicolas, Vanderbilt