Championships

2014 C-USA Baseball Championship

2014 C-USA Baseball Championship
May 21-25
Hattiesburg, MS
Hosted by Southern Miss
Event site: Pete Taylor Park
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2014 Conference USA Championship Schedule
G# Teams Time Coverage
Wednesday, May 21
1 (4) Middle Tennessee 3, (5) Old Dominion 2 9:00 a.m.
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2 (1) Rice 9, (8) FIU 2 12:30 p.m.
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3 (7) UTSA 4, (2) UAB 1 4:00 p.m.
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4 (6) East Carolina 9, (3) Southern Miss 8
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Thursday, May 22
5 (5) Old Dominion 3, (8) FIU 2 9:00 a.m.
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6 (3) Southern Miss 4, (2) UAB 3 12:30 p.m.
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7 (1) Rice 8, (4) Middle Tennessee 2 4:00 p.m.
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8 (7) UTSA 8, (6) East Carolina 3 7:30 p.m.
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Friday, May 23
9 (5) Old Dominion 2, (4) Middle Tennessee 1 3:00 p.m.
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10 (3) Southern Miss 3 , (6) East Carolina 1 6:30 p.m.
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Saturday, May 24
11 (5) Old Dominion 3, (1) Rice 2 9:00 a.m.
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12 (3) Southern Miss 8, (7) UTSA 7 12:30 p.m.
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13 (1) Rice 7, (5) Old Dominion 5 4:00 p.m.
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14 (7) UTSA 7, (3) Southern Miss 0 7:30 p.m.
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Sunday, May 25
13 (1) Rice 11, (7) UTSA 5 1:00 p.m.
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Note: Pairings with game times are announced after seeds are determined following the final league series of the season. All times Central.

C-USA Championship Format

The 2014 Conference USA Championship will return to Hattiesburg, Miss. for the fourth time in the league's history. Southern Miss also hosted the 2009, 2005 and 1996 C-USA Championships at Pete Taylor Park. The Championship will feature the top eight teams in regular-season league play and the format returns to two double-elimination brackets, with a single-elimination championship game.

C-USA Digital Network

All games - except the championship final game - of the 2014 C-USA Baseball Championship will be available for viewing exclusively on the C-USA Digital Network. CBS Sports Network is televising the championship game. Current subscribers to the C-USA Digital Network can click on the watch links above and enter your password information to view the games. New and school-only subscribers, please see below.

The C-USA Digital Network combines streaming audio and video content from all 16 member institutions to provide the most thorough coverage of Conference USA athletics anywhere in the world. Sign-up now to access live game broadcasts, exclusive behind-the-scenes video, game highlights, original programming and press conferences from men's and women's sports across the league, with additional coverage from conference postseason tournaments and events. Fans only looking for access to a single school's content can still subscribe to just that school on monthly and annual renewing terms.

To learn more about the C-USA Digital Network, click here.

Note: If you're currently a subscriber to an All-Access product at a member institution and would like to upgrade your subscription to C-USA Digital Network, you'll need to cancel your current subscription and purchase a C-USA Digital Network subscription package separately.

Pete Taylor Park

Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field has been the home of Southern Miss baseball since 1984, when the facility was opened. "The Pete" as it is nicknamed, has seated more than a million fans who have entered its gates. During that time, the Golden Eagles have been regularly among the top teams in the nation in attendance.

The stadium features chairback seating for 2,054 fans and bleacher seating for 1,212, after its current renovation prior to the 2012 season. The facility upgrade extended the main grandstand past each dugout to give it a more overall stadium look. The extended grandstands eliminated the bleacher seating that had been utilized down each of the base lines. The stadium also has a popular right field lounge area known as the "Right Field Roost," which has reserved parking for 40 vehicles and is equipped with barbeque grills.

Over the years, additions have included expanded sunken dugouts, an automatic underground watering system, underground french drainage system, a full-size infield tarp, Triple A specification lighting system, a state-of-the-art public address system, four covered batting cages equipped with pitching machines and covered bullpen mounds. A new scoreboard was added in the 2005 summer with an electronic video board. The 2008 season saw the addition of 12 luxury suites and a new press box. This addition makes "The Pete" one of the few collegiate baseball stadium in the nation that offers luxury suites. The playing field was resurfaced during the summer of 2013.

Past C-USA Tournament Champions

2013Rice
2012UAB
2011Rice
2010Southern Miss
2009Rice
2008Houston
2007Rice
2006Rice
2005TCU/Tulane*
2004TCU
2003Southern Miss
2002East Carolina
2001Tulane
2000Houston
1999Tulane
1998Tulane
1997Houston
1996Tulane
*declared co-champions after championship game was cancelled due to weather

2014 NCAA College World Series

The 67th Annual College World Series will take place June 14-24/25 at TD Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha, Neb. This is the 64th time that the CWS will be played in Omaha and the third year at the new downtown stadium.

The field consists of 64 teams, with 29 conference champions being joined by 35 at-large selections. Sixteen double-elimination regionals consisting of four teams each will take place from Friday to Monday, May 30-June 2. The winners of those regionals advance to the Super Regionals, which will be a best of three format with two teams playing at eight different sites during June 6-9.

The eight winners will play in the 2014 College World Series, which will employ its familiar pair of four-team double-elimination brackets leading to a best-of-three championship series between the winners of the two brackets. The CWS will run from Saturday, June 14 - Tuesday, June 24 or Wednesday, June 25.

National television coverage of the 2014 College World Series will be provided by ESPN, including the championship series, June 23, 24 and 25.

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