2012 Southland Conference Tournament

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The 2012 Southland Conference baseball tournament was held in San Marcos, TX. #4 University of Texas at Arlington defeated #2 Southeastern Louisiana University for the title.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 Sam Houston State University 24-9 David Pierce
2 Southeastern Louisiana University 20-13 Jay Artigues
3 Texas State University - San Marcos 19-14 Ty Harrington
4 University of Texas at Arlington 19-14 Darin Thomas
5 McNeese State University 17-16 Terry Burrows
6 Stephen F. Austin State University 16-17 Johnny Cardenas
7 University of Central Arkansas 16-17 Allen Gum
8 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 14-19 Scott Malone


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 University of Texas at Arlington 6-2 McNeese State University
Game 2 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 9-2 Sam Houston State University
Game 3 Texas State University - San Marcos 11-1 (7) Stephen F. Austin State University
Game 4 Southeastern Louisiana University 6-3 University of Central Arkansas
Game 5 Sam Houston State University 7-1 McNeese State University McNeese State eliminated
Game 6 Stephen F. Austin State University 7-2 University of Central Arkansas Central Arkansas eliminated
Game 7 University of Texas at Arlington 10-5 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Game 8 Southeastern Louisiana University 7-1 Texas State University - San Marcos
Game 9 Sam Houston State University 4-3 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Texas A&M C.C. eliminated
Game 10 Stephen F. Austin State University 9-7 Texas State University - San Marcos Texas State eliminated
Game 11 University of Texas at Arlington 7-6 Sam Houston State University Sam Houston State eliminated
Game 12 Stephen F. Austin State University 4-3 Southeastern Louisiana University
Game 13 Southeastern Louisiana University 5-4 Stephen F. Austin State University Stephen F. Austin State eliminated
Game 14 University of Texas at Arlington 13-4 Southeastern Louisiana University UT Arlington advances to NCAA tournament