2012 D3 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAMS FINALIZED, PLUS DAY 3 OF THE NJCAA3 WORLD SERIES

 The regional playoffs in NCAA Division 3 baseball are over and the eight teams that will compete in the D3 College World Series have been finalized. The Webster University Gorloks (logo at left), a former Cool-Named Team of the Day here at Balladeer’s Blog, have the most original and creative name among the eight teams.

On the actual baseball side of things last year’s champions, the Marietta College Pioneers, won their region and return to the World Series to defend their crown. For the other D3 World Series teams as well as scores from today’s NJCAA3 College World Series games read on.

NJCAA3 WORLD SERIES – Game 9 – Tyler College Apaches UPSET the Gloucester Roadrunners  12-11  (Roadrunners elim)  *****  Game 10 – Niagara Thunderwolves dismember the St Cloud Tech Cyclones  13-3 ( Cyclones elim – slaughter rule invoked in the 7th inning)  *****  Game 11 – Joliet College Wolves UPSET the Northern Essex Knights  8-2    

NCAA DIVISION 3 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAMS

WEBSTER UNIVERSITY GORLOKS

MARIETTA COLLEGE PIONEERS 

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT UNIVERSITY CAPTAINS

ST THOMAS (MN) TOMMIES

CORTLAND RED DRAGONS

WHITWORTH PIRATES

WHEATON (MA) LYONS (with a “y”)

KEAN COUGARS

Both the NAIA College World Series AND the D3 World Series throw out their first pitch this coming Friday, May 25th. Stay tuned to Balladeer’s Blog for updated scores.   

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4 responses to “2012 D3 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES TEAMS FINALIZED, PLUS DAY 3 OF THE NJCAA3 WORLD SERIES

  1. Marietta College 2 repeat! GO PIONEERS!

  2. The Tommies are da bomb and will be a baseball power just like they are in football.

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