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2017 Gulf South Conference Tournament

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The 2017 Gulf South Conference baseball tournament was held in Cleveland, MS. #1 Delta State University defeated #2 University of West Alabama for the title. Zach Shannon of Delta State was named Most Outstanding Player.

Participating Teams[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 Delta State University 25-8 Mike Kinnison
4 Valdosta State University 20-13 Greg Guilliams
5 Union University 19-13 Lee Driggers
8 University of Alabama in Huntsville 15-18 Hunter Royer

Pool B[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
2 University of West Alabama 21-11 Gary Rundles
3 University of North Alabama 21-12 Mike Keehn
6 University of West Florida 17-15 Mike Jeffcoat
7 Mississippi College 15-17 Jeremy Haworth

Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
Game 1 Union University 9-5 Valdosta State University
Game 2 University of North Alabama 5-4 University of West Florida
Game 3 University of West Alabama 12-1 Mississippi College
Game 4 Delta State University 9-2 University of Alabama in Huntsville
Game 5 University of North Alabama 3-2 Mississippi College
Game 6 University of Alabama in Huntsville 11-5 Valdosta State University
Game 7 Delta State University 6-1 Union University
Game 8 University of West Florida 3-2 University of West Alabama
Game 9 University of Alabama in Huntsville 10-5 Union University
Game 10 University of West Alabama 5-2 University of North Alabama West Alabama wins pool with 2-1 record
Game 11 Delta State University 19-17 Valdosta State University Delta State wins pool with 3-0 record
Game 12 University of West Florida 9-6 Mississippi College
Game 13 Delta State University 6-3 University of West Alabama Delta State advances to NCAA tournament

All-Tournament Team[edit]

  • Justin Ambrosino, West Florida
  • Matt Sullivan, West Florida
  • Zach Wylie, Union
  • Lane Wallace, North Alabama
  • Tyler Lee, West Alabama
  • Dyaln Little, West Alabama
  • Luke Phillips, West Alabama
  • Tre Hobbs, Delta State
  • Emil Ellis, Delta State
  • Justin Nussbaum, Delta State
  • Zach Shannon, Delta State