2009 Big 12 Conference Tournament

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The 2009 Big 12 Conference baseball tournament was held at SBC Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City, OK. The tournament was broken into 2 4-team brackets, each playing a round robin schedule. The two bracket winners met in the championship game. #1 University of Texas defeated #3 University of Missouri for the title. Shortstop Brandon Loy of Texas named tournament Most Outstanding Player.

Participating Teams[edit]


Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 University of Texas 17-9-1 Augie Garrido
4 Kansas State University 14-11-1 Brad Hill
5 University of Kansas 15-12 Ritch Price
8 Baylor University 10-16 Steve Smith


Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
2 University of Oklahoma 17-10 Sunny Golloway
3 University of Missouri 16-11 Tim Jamieson
6 Texas A&M University 14-13 Rob Childress
7 Texas Tech University 12-15 Dan Spencer


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 20
Game 1 Kansas State University 5-4 University of Kansas
Game 2 Baylor University 14-9 University of Texas
Game 3 University of Missouri 5-2 Texas A&M University
Game 4 University of Oklahoma 5-2 Texas Tech University
May 21
Game 5 University of Texas 9-3 University of Kansas
Game 6 Kansas State University 9-4 Baylor University
May 22
Game 7 Texas Tech University 4-2 University of Missouri
Game 8 Texas A&M University 17-15 University of Oklahoma
May 23
Game 9 Baylor University 8-4 University of Kansas
Game 10 University of Texas 4-2 Kansas State University Texas wins bracket with 2-1 record
Game 11 University of Missouri 5-4 University of Oklahoma Missouri wins bracket with 2-1 record
Game 12 Texas A&M University 11-4 Texas Tech University
May 24
Game 13 University of Texas 12-7 University of Missouri Texas advances to NCAA tournament

All-Tournament Team[edit]

  • C J.T. Wise, Oklahoma
  • 1B Brandon Belt, Texas
  • 2B Joey Hainsfurther, Baylor
  • SS Brandon Loy, Texas
  • 3B Tony Thompson, Kansas
  • OF Ryan Lollis, Missouri
  • OF Jamie Johnson, Oklahoma
  • OF Kyle Colligan, Texas A&M
  • DH Dustin Dickerson, Baylor
  • P Chance Ruffin, Texas
  • P Andrew Doyle, Oklahoma
  • P Craig Fritsch, Baylor