1957 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

1957 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

The 1957 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was held in 1957 at various locations across the country. 23 NCAA Division I college baseball teams met after having played their way through a regular season, and for some, a conference tournament, to play in the NCAA Tournament. The tournament culminated with 8 teams in the College World Series at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska.


District 1

*Connecticut (2-1)
*Springfield (1-2)

District 2

*Penn St. (2-0)
*St. John's (NY) (1-1)
*Manhattan (0-1)
*Lafayette (0-1)

District 3

*Florida St. (3-1)
*Duke (3-2)
*Georgia Southern (1-2)
*George Washington (0-2)

District 4

*Notre Dame (3-1)
*Northwestern (3-2)
*Western Michigan (1-2)
*Alma (0-2)

District 5

*Iowa St. (2-0)
*Bradley (0-2)

District 6

*Texas (2-0)
*Arizona (0-2)

District 7

*Northern Colorado (2-1)
*Denver (1-2)

District 8

*California (2-1)
*Pepperdine (3-3)
*Portland (1-2)

College World Series

Connecticut, Penn St., Florida St., Notre Dame, Iowa St., Texas, Northern Colorado and California won their regionals and moved on to the 1957 College World Series.

See also

*NCAA Division I Baseball Championship

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