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1994 Mid American Conference Baseball Tournament

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Classification  Division
Format  Double-elimination
Teams  4
Site  Gene Michael Field Kent, OH
Champions  Central Michigan (1st title)
Winning coach  Dean Kreiner (1st title)

The 1994 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament took place in May 1994. The top four regular season finishers met in the double-elimination tournament held at Gene Michael Field on the campus of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. This was the sixth Mid-American Conference postseason tournament to determine a champion. Fourth seeded Central Michigan won their first tournament championship to earn the conference's automatic bid to the 1994 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.

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Seeding and format

The top four finishers based on conference winning percentage only, participated in the tournament. The teams played double-elimination tournament. Central Michigan claimed the fourth seed over Western Michigan by tiebreaker.

Results

* - Indicates game required 11 innings.

All-Tournament Team

The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team.

Most Valuable Player

Tim Fails won the Tournament Most Valuable Player award. Fails played for Kent State.

References

1994 Mid-American Conference Baseball Tournament Wikipedia


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