2022 College World Series

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College World Series
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The 2022 College World Series was played at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, NE from June 17 to June 26. Eight teams qualified for the tournament by winning their Regional and Super-Regional Tournaments. The field was broken into two double elimination brackets of four teams each.

University of Mississippi defeated University of Oklahoma in the finals to win the first title in school history. Dylan DeLucia was named the College World Series Most Outstanding Player.

Participating Teams[edit]

Bracket 1[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
UNotreDame.jpg University of Notre Dame Atlantic Coast Conference 40-15 (16-11) Link Jarrett 2
(last:2002 )
4th
(1957)
3-4
UOklahoma.jpg University of Oklahoma Big 12 Conference 42-22 (15-9) Skip Johnson 10
(last:2010 )
1st
(1951, 1994)
15-16
UTexas.jpg University of Texas at Austin Big 12 Conference 47-20 (14-10) David Pierce 37
(last:2021 )
1st
(1949, 1950, 1975, 1983, 2002, 2005)
88-63
TexasA&MU.jpg Texas A&M University Southeastern Conference 42-18 (19-11) Jim Schlossnagle 6
(last:2017 )
5th
(1951, 1993)
2-12

Bracket 2[edit]

School Conference Record (Conference) Head Coach CWS Appearances CWS Best Finish CWS W-L Record
UAuburn.jpg Auburn University Southeastern Conference 42-20 (16-13) Butch Thompson 5
(last:2019 )
4th
(1967)
3-10
UArkansas.jpg University of Arkansas Southeastern Conference 43-19 (18-12) Dave Van Horn 10
(last:2019 )
2nd
(1979, 2018)
13-18
UMississippi.jpg University of Mississippi Southeastern Conference 37-22 (14-16) Mike Bianco 5
(last:2014 )
4th
(1956, 2014)
5-8
Stanford.jpg Stanford University Pacific-12 Conference 47-16 (21-9) David Esquer 17
(last:2021 )
1st
(1987, 1988)
41-31

Results[edit]

2022 College World Series Bracket[edit]

The teams in the CWS are divided into two pools of four, with each pool playing a double-elimination format. The winners of the two pools meet in a best-of-three finals.


  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
 #9 Texas 3  
 Notre Dame 7  
   Notre Dame 2  
   Oklahoma 6  
 #5 Texas A&M 8
 Oklahoma 13  
   Oklahoma 5 x  
 
   Texas A&M 1 x  
 Texas 2  
 Texas A&M 10  
   Notre Dame 1
   Texas A&M 5  
   Oklahoma 3 2 x
   Mississippi 10 4 x
 #2 Stanford 2  
 Arkansas 17  
   Arkansas 5
   Mississippi 13  
 Mississippi 5
 #14 Auburn 1  
   Mississippi 2 2
 
   Arkansas 3 0  
 Stanford 2  
 Auburn 6  
   Arkansas 11
   Auburn 1  



Game Results[edit]

Date Game Winner Score Loser Notes
June 17 Game 1 University of Oklahoma 13-8 Texas A&M University Jackson Nicklaus hits a grand slam and Jake Bennett gets the win as Oklahoma scores 7 times with two outs in the second.
Game 2 University of Notre Dame 7-3 University of Texas at Austin Jared Miller and Carter Putz go deep for the Irish.
June 18 Game 3 University of Arkansas 17-2 Stanford University Arkansas gets a season-high 21 hits, scoring 11 times over the final three innings. They knock out Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year Alex Williams in the 5th before really putting on the rout. Connor Noland got the victory.
Game 4 University of Mississippi 5-1 Auburn University Kemp Alderman's two-run single in the first is the winning hit and Kevin Graham adds a second-inning homer to back the 10-K pitching of Dylan DeLucia.
June 19 Game 5 Texas A&M University 10-2 University of Texas at Austin Texas A&M wins their first CWS game since 1993. Texas eliminated.
Game 6 University of Oklahoma 6-2 University of Notre Dame
June 20 Game 7 Auburn University 6-2 Stanford University Blake Burkhalter fans 6 of 8 batters he faces to save the win for Trace Bright. Stanford eliminated
Game 8 University of Mississippi 13-5 University of Arkansas Tim Elko and Calvin Harris homer to back the pitching of Hunter Elliott.
June 21 Game 9 Texas A&M University 5-1 University of Notre Dame Nathan Dettmer allows three hits in seven shutout innings. Notre Dame eliminated
Game 10 University of Arkansas 11-1 Auburn University Peyton Stovall goes 5 for 6 with 3 RBI. Auburn eliminated
June 22 Game 11 University of Oklahoma 5-1 Texas A&M University David Sandlin fans 12 and allows one run in seven while Jimmy Crooks hits a 3-run homer. Texas A&M eliminated
Game 12 University of Arkansas 3-2 University of Mississippi
June 23 Game 13 University of Mississippi 2-0 University of Arkansas Dylan DeLucia throws a four-hitter as Mississippi makes the CWS finals for the first time, outdueling Connor Noland. Arkansas eliminated
June 25 Game 1 University of Mississippi 10-3 University of Oklahoma Jack Dougherty is perfect over the first five innings and Mississippi gets back-to-back-to-back dingers from TJ McCants, Calvin Harris and Justin Bench.
June 26 Game 2 University of Mississippi 4-2 University of Oklahoma Cade Horton strikes out a finals-record 13 but it is not enough for Oklahoma. Mississippi scores twice on wild pitches in a three-run 8th. Mississippi wins CWS

All Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team:

Position Player School
P Dylan DeLucia University of Mississippi
Cade Horton University of Oklahoma
1B Tim Elko University of Mississippi
2B Jared Miller University of Notre Dame
3B Justin Bench University of Mississippi
SS Peyton Graham University of Oklahoma
C Michael Turner University of Arkansas
OF Calvin Harris University of Mississippi
Tanner Tredaway University of Oklahoma
Kevin Graham University of Mississippi
DH Kemp Alderman University of Mississippi

Notable Players[edit]

Tournament Notes[edit]

Further Reading[edit]

  • Shanthi Sepe-Chepuru: "Ole Miss claims first College World Series title", mlb.com, June 26, 2022. [1]


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