Notes And Tidbits From The Field Of 64

As usual, the Southeastern Conference led all conferences in NCAA tournament bids, but probably more notable is the Sun Belt Conference getting four spots, more than the Big 12 or Big West.

FIELD OF 64 BY CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE NO. SCHOOL(S)
Southeastern 9 Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
Atlantic Coast 8 Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami (Fla.), North Carolina, NC State, Virginia, Va. Tech
Pac-12 4 Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA
Sun Belt 4 Florida Atlantic, La.-Lafayette, South Alabama, Troy
Big 12 3 Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State
Big West 3 Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, UC-Santa Barbara
Colonial 3 Towson, UNC Wilmington, William & Mary
Atlantic Sun 2 East Tennessee State, Mercer
Big East 2 Connecticut, Louisville
Big South 2 Coastal Carolina, Liberty
Big Ten 2 Illinois, Indiana
Mountain West 2 New Mexico, San Diego State
Southland 2 Central Arkansas, Sam Houston State
West Coast 2 San Diego, San Francisco
America East 1 Binghamton
Atlantic-10 1 Saint Louis
Conference USA 1 Rice
Horizon 1 Valparaiso
Ivy 1 Columbia
Metro Atlantic 1 Canisius
Mid-American 1 Bowling Green
Mid-Eastern 1 Savannah State
Missouri Valley 1 Wichita State
Northeast 1 Bryant
Ohio Valley 1 Austin Peay
Patriot 1 Army
Southern 1 Elon
Southwestern 1 Jackson State
Summit 1 South Dakota State
Western Athletic 1 Texas-San Antonio

There are 10 teams in the tournament that have won previous NCAA baseball titles, and those 10 teams have won 28 titles overall including nine championships in the 21st century. Miami continues its record 41 consecutive years with an NCAA tournament appearance while Florida State is back for a 36th consecutive year.

Division ! Tournament Appearances
School Appearances Last Record Championships
Alabama 20 2011 58-39
Arizona State 36 2011 155-70 5 (1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1981)
Arkansas 26 2012 62-54
Army 6 2012 3-10
Austin Peay 6 2012 4-10
Binghamton 2 2009 1-2
Bowling Green 4 1999 2-6
Bryant First
Cal Poly 2 2009 0-2
UC Santa Barbara 8 2001 6-15
Cal State Fullerton 35 2012 141-74 4 (1979, 1984, 1995, 2004)
Canisius First
Central Arkansas First
Clemson 38 2012 109-80
Coastal Carolina 13 2012 17-25
Columbia 3 2008 0-4
Connecticut 18 2011 28-36
East Tennessee State 4 1981 3-6
Elon 6 2010 3-10
Florida 29 2012 85-60
Florida Atlantic 8 2010 12-15
Florida State 51 2012 175-113
Georgia Tech 29 2012 65-57
Illinois 10 2011 13-17
Indiana 3 2009 1-4
Jackson State 5 2000 0-8
Kansas State 4 2011 3-6
Liberty 4 2000 1-6
Louisiana-Lafayette 13 2010 20-25
LSU 26 2012 127-49 6 (1991, 1993, 1996-97, 2000, 2009)
Louisville 7 2012 14-13
Mercer 2 2010 1-2
Miami (Fla.) 42 2012 176-89 4 (1982, 1985, 1999, 2001)
Mississippi 18 2012 45-37
Mississippi State 31 2012 82-67
New Mexico 5 2012 3-8
North Carolina 28 2012 86-59
North Carolina State 26 2012 40-52
UNC-Wilmington 6 2012 8-10
Oklahoma 35 2012 80-68 2 (1951, 1994)
Oklahoma State 20 2011 134-83 1 (1959)
Oregon 5 2012 9-8
Oregon State 15 2012 38-26 2 (2006-07)
Rice 19 2012 74-42 1 (2003)
Saint Louis 7 2010 5-11
Sam Houston State 8 2012 7-14
San Diego 8 2012 7-14
San Diego State 10 2009 10-18
San Francisco 3 2011 2-4
Savannah State First
South Alabama 25 2006 34-48
South Carolina 29 2012 122-59 2 (2010-11)
South Dakota State First
Texas A&M 29 2012 62-63
UCLA 19 2012 50-39
UTSA 3 2005 0-4
Towson 3 1991 2-4
Troy 6 2011 3-10
Valparaiso 7 2012 2-12
Vanderbilt 12 2012 29-23
Virginia 13 2012 30-27
Virginia Tech 10 2010 7-18
Wichita State 28 2009 76-55 1 (1989)
William & Mary 3 2001 0-4

Source: NCAA

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