2009 Sun Belt Conference Tournament

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The 2009 Sun Belt Conference baseball tournament was held May 20 - 23 in Troy, AL. #1 Middle Tennessee State University defeated #7 University of Louisiana at Monroe for the title.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 Middle Tennessee State University 21-8 Steve Peterson
2 Western Kentucky University 21-8 Chris Finwood
3 Troy University 18-10 Bobby Pierce
4 Florida International University 18-12 Turtle Thomas
5 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 14-15 Tony Robichaux
6 University of South Alabama 13-16 Steve Kittrell
7 University of Louisiana at Monroe 12-17 Jeff Schexnaider
8 Florida Atlantic University 12-17 John McCormack


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 11-3 Florida International University
Game 2 Middle Tennessee State University 12-2 Florida Atlantic University
Game 3 Western Kentucky University 14-4 University of Louisiana at Monroe
Game 4 Troy University 10-4 University of South Alabama
Game 5 Florida Atlantic University 16-6 Florida International University Florida International eliminated
Game 6 University of Louisiana at Monroe 13-8 University of South Alabama South Alabama eliminated
Game 7 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 14-11 Middle Tennessee State University
Game 8 Western Kentucky University 14-11 Troy University
Game 9 Middle Tennessee State University 12-7 Florida Atlantic University Florida Atlantic eliminated
Game 10 University of Louisiana at Monroe 16-1 Troy University Troy eliminated
Game 11 Middle Tennessee State University 17-8 University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Game 12 University of Louisiana at Monroe 11-3 Western Kentucky University
Game 13 Middle Tennessee State University 6-2 University of Louisiana at Lafayette Louisiana Lafayette eliminated
Game 14 University of Louisiana at Monroe 4-2 Western Kentucky University Western Kentucky eliminated
Game 15 Middle Tennessee State University 3-1 University of Louisiana at Monroe Middle Tennessee State advances to NCAA tournament