Misericordia wins the 2024 NCAA DIII baseball championship (2024)

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NCAA.com | June 6, 2024

Misericordia wins the 2024 DIII baseball championship

Misericordia came out on top in the 2024 NCAA DIII baseball championship, defeating Wisconsin-Whitewater for the title. The selection show was on Monday, May 13, streamed live on NCAA.com. Super regionals took place May 24-25 and championship bracket games were May 31-June 6 at Classic Park in Eastlake, Ohio.

The eight teams that advanced to Eastlake were re-seeded before double-elimination games to decide the national champion.

2024 NCAA DIII baseball championship bracket

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2024 NCAA DIII baseball championship schedule

Click or tap on games for live video stream. All times are Eastern.

  • Selection show| Monday, May 13
    • Watch here
  • Regionals| Friday, May 17- Sunday, May 19
    • Whitewater Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Wisconsin-Whitewater 9,(4)Crown (MN) 2
        • Game 2:(3) Cal Lutheran 7, (2) Centre 0
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Centre 16,(4) Crown (MN) 5
        • Game 4:(1) Wisconsin-Whitewater 20, (3) Cal Lutheran 3
        • Game 5:(2)Centre 7, (3) Cal Lutheran 6
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: Wisconsin-Whitewater 6,Centre 4
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Wisconsin Whitewater
    • La Crosse Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Wisconsin-La Crosse 19,(4) Bethel (MN) 2
        • Game 2:(3) Coe 12,(2) Benedictine (IL) 9 (10)
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Benedictine 12, (4) Bethel (MN) 4
        • Game 4:(3) Coe 12,(1) Wisconsin-La Crosse 11
        • Game 5:(2) Benedictine 18,(1) Wisconsin-La Crosse 5
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (1) Wisconsin-La Crosse 18, (3) Coe11
        • Game 7 (if necessary): (1) Wisconsin-La Crosse 9, (3) Coe 7
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Wisconsin-La Crosse
    • Granville Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Denison 15,(4)Hanover 1
        • Game 2:(2) Rowan 10,(3) Millikan 6
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(4) Hanover 4,(3) Millikin 3
        • Game 4:(1) Denison 26,(2) Rowan 7
        • Game 5:(2) Rowan 14,(4)Hanover 7
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (1) Denison 13,(2) Rowan 0
        • Game 7 (if necessary): TBD | 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Denison
    • Lexington Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Spalding 7,(4) Beloit 3
        • Game 2:(3) Birmingham-Southern 21, (2) Transylvania 7
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Transylvania 5, (4) Beloit 2
        • Game 4:(3) Birmingham-Southern 4,(1) Spalding 2
        • Game 5:(2) Transylvania 6,Spalding 5
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (3) Birmingham-Southern 5, (2) Transylvania 2
        • Game 7 (if necessary): TBD | 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Birmingham Southern
    • Cleveland Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Case Western 7,(4) Alvernia 4
        • Game 2:(3) Lynchburg 3,(2) Ithaca 1
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(4) Alvernia 10,(2) Ithaca 4
        • Game 4:(3) Lynchburg 5,(1) Case Western 0
        • Game 5:(1) Case Western 8,(4) Alvernia 3
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (3) Lynchburg 6, (1) Case Western 5
        • Game 7 (if necessary): 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Lynchburg
    • MarshallRegion
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) East Texas Baptist 5,(4) Centenary (LA) 2
        • Game 2:(3) Concordia (TX) 13,(2) Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 7
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 10, (4) Centenary (LA) 5
        • Game 4:(1) East Texas Baptist 7, (3) Concordia (TX) 3
        • Game 5:(2) Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 6,(3) Concordia 5
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (1) East Texas Baptist 6, (2) Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 5
        • Game 7 (if necessary): 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: East Texas Baptist
    • Wellesley Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Salisbury 7,(4) UMass Dartmouth 0
        • Game 2:(3) Mitchell 4,(2) Babson 3
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(4) UMass Dartmouth 7,(2) Babson 3
        • Game 4:(3) Mitchell 5,(1) Salisbury 1
        • Game 5:(1) Salisbury 9,(4) UMass Dartmouth 0
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (1) Salisbury 15, (3) Mitchell 0
        • Game 7 (if necessary): (1) Salisbury 11,(3) Mitchell 0
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Salisbury
    • Cortland Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Salve Regina 10,(4) Colby 5
        • Game 2:
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:
        • Game 4:(1) Salve Regina 4,(2) Cortland 2
        • Game 5:
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6:
        • Game 7 (if necessary): 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Salve Regina
    • Newport Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Christopher Newport 3,(4) Immaculata 2 (15)
        • Game 2:(3) N.C. Wesleyan 6,(2) Scranton 0
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(4) Immaculata 8, (2) Scranton 0
        • Game 4:(1) Christopher Newport 7,(3) N.C. Wesleyan 2
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 5:(3) N.C. Wesleyan 4,(4) Immaculata 0
        • Game 6: (3) N.C. Wesleyan 6, (1) Christopher Newport 1
      • Monday, May 20
        • Game 7:(1) Christopher Newport 6, (3) N.C. Wesleyan 1
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Christopher Newport
    • Dallas Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Misericordia 5,(4) St. John Fisher 2
        • Game 2:(3) Keystone 10,(2) Middlebury 5
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Middlebury 9,(4) St. John Fisher 8
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 4:(1) Misericordia 7, (3) Keystone 4
        • Game 5:(2) Middlebury11, (3) Keystone 6
        • Game 6: (1) Misericordia 6, (2) Middlebury 4
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Misericordia
    • Baltimore Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Johns Hopkins 12,(4) St. Joseph's 1
        • Game 2:(2) Arcadia 7,(3) Ramapo 0
        • Game 3:(3) Ramapo 4,(4) St. Joseph's 1
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 4:(1) Johns Hopkins 20,(2) Arcadia 8
        • Game 5:(2) Arcadia 10,(3) Ramapo 3
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (1) Johns Hopkins 19, (2) Arcadia 4
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Johns Hopkins
    • Willimantic Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(1) Endicott 6,(4) Husson 2
        • Game 2:(3) SUNY New Paltz 4,(2) Eastern Connecticut State 1
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(4) Husson 4, (2)Eastern Connecticut State 2
        • Game 4:(1) Endicott 19,(3) SUNY New Paltz 12
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 5: (4) Husson 6, (3) SUNY New Paltz 2
        • Game 6: (1) Endicott4,Husson3
        • Game 7 (if necessary): TBD | 45 minutes following Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Endicott
    • Harrisburg Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • (1) Penn StateHarrisburg 5,(4) Bridgewater State 3
        • (2) Randolph-Macon 4,(3) Elizabethtown 0
      • Saturday, May 18
        • (3) Elizabethtown 8,(4) Bridgewater State 3
        • (2) Randolph-Macon 7,(1) Penn StateHarrisburg 3
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 5: (3) Elizabethtown 6, (1) Penn State Harrisburg 5
        • Game 6: (2) Randolph Macon 5,(3) Elizabethtown2
        • Game 7 (if necessary): TBD | 45 minutes after Game 6
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Endicott
    • Berea Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:(4) Penn State Behrend 10, (1) Baldwin Wallace 4
        • Game 2:(3) Adrian 5,(2) Catholic 2
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 3:(2) Catholic 9, (1) Baldwin Wallace 7
        • Game 4:(3) Adrian 12, (4) Penn State Behrend 1
        • Game 5:(2) Catholic 14,(4) Penn State Behrend 2
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 6: (3) Adrian 9, (2) Catholic 8
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Adrian
    • San AntonioRegion
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:Trinity (TX) 18,La Verne 9
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 2:La Verne 15, Trinity (TX) 6
        • Game 3:Trinity (TX) 12,La Verne 3
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 4 (if necessary): La Verne 1, Trinity (TX) 0 (OT)
      • 🏆 Advancing team: La Verne
    • Claremont Region
      • Friday, May 17
        • Game 1:Willamette 13,Pomona-Pitzer 8
      • Saturday, May 18
        • Game 2:Pomona-Pitzer 11,Willamette 5
        • Game 3:Pomona-Pitzer 10,Willamette 7
      • Sunday, May 19
        • Game 4 (if necessary): Pomona-Pitzer 24,Willamette 10
      • 🏆 Advancing team: Pamona-Pitzer
  • Super regionals | Friday, May 24 - Saturday, May 25
    • Whitewater Super Regional

      • May 24 | Wisc.-La Crosse 3,Wisc. Whitewater 2
      • May 25 | Wisc.-Whitewater 8, Wisc.-La Crosse 0
      • May 25 | Wisc.-Whitewater 8,Wisc.-La Crosse 2
      • 🏆 Wisc. Whitewateradvances
    • Granville Super Regional

      • May 24 | Birmingham Southern 10,Denison 1
      • May 25 | Birmingham Southern 7, Denison 6
      • 🏆 Birmingham Southern advances
    • La Verne Super Regional

      • May 24 | Lynchburg7,La Verne 1
      • May 25 | Lynchburg 6,La Verne. 4
      • 🏆 Lynchburgadvances
    • Marshall Super Regional

      • May 24 |Pomona-Pitzer 6,East Texas Baptist 4
      • May 25 | Pomona-Pitzer 8,East Texas Baptist 7
      • 🏆 Pomona-Pitzer advances
    • Salisbury Super Regional

      • May 24 | Salve Regina 9,Salisbury 8
      • May 25 | Salve Regina 14, Salisbury 12
      • 🏆 Salve Regina advances
    • Newport News Super Regional

      • May 24 | Misericordia 3, Christopher Newport 1
      • May 25 | Misericordia 2, Christopher Newport 1
      • 🏆 Misericordia advances
    • Beverly Super Regional

      • May 24 | Endicott 7,Johns Hopkins 5
      • May 25 | Endicott 5, Johns Hopkins
      • 🏆 Endicott advances
    • Ashland Super Regional

      • May 24 | Randolph-Macon 6, Adrian 5
      • May 25 | Adrian 5, Randolph-Macon 4
      • May 25 | Randolph-Macon 9, Adrian 6
      • 🏆 Randolph-Macon advances
  • Championship finals | Friday, May 31-Thursday, June 6
    • Friday, May 31 | RECAP
      • Game 1: (5) Misericordia 6, (4) Pomona-Pitzer 3| Full replay
      • Game 2: (8) Lynchburg 7,(1) Endicott 2| Full replay
      • Game 3: (2) Salve Regina 7,(7) Birmingham-Southern 5| Full replay
      • Game 4: (2) Wisconsin-Whitewater 11,(6) Randolph-Macon 3| Full replay
    • Saturday, June 1
      • Game 5: (1) Endicott 7, (4) Pomona-Pitzer 6 | Full replay
      • Game 6:(8) Lynchburg6, (5) Misericordia 2| Full replay
      • Game 7: (7) Birmingham-Southern 9,(6) Randolph-Macon 7| Full replay
      • Game 8: (2) Salve Regina 2, (3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 0| Full replay
    • Sunday, June 2
      • Game 9: (5) Misericordia 12, (1) Endicott 4
      • Game 10: (2) Wisconsin-Whitewater 11, (7) Birmingham-Southern 10 | Full replay
    • Monday, June 3
      • Game 11: (5) Misericordia 3, (8) Lynchburg 2 | Full replay
      • Game 12: (3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 7, (2) Salve Regina4| Full replay
      • Game 13:(5) Misericordia5, (8) Lynchburg 1| Full replay
      • Game 14: (3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 5, (2) Salve Regina 2|Full Replay
    • Tuesday, June 4
      • Championship Series - Game 1:(5) Misericordia 12, (3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 9|Full replay
    • Thursday, June 6
      • Championship Series - Game 2: (3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 16, (5) Misericordia 10 | Full replay
      • Championship Series - Game 3: (5) Misericordia 10,(3) Wisconsin-Whitewater 5| Full replay

NCAA DIII baseball championship history

Lynchburg capture the 2023 DIII title after defeating Johns Hopkins in the championship. The win marked the first Division III baseball title in Lynchburg program history.

YearChampion (Record)CoachScoreRunner-UpSite
2023Lynchburg (48-8)Lucas Jones7-6Johns HopkinsCedar Rapids, Iowa
2022Eastern Connecticut St.Brian Hamm3-2SalisburyCedar Rapids, Iowa
2021Salisbury (34-4)Troy Brohawn4-2St. Thomas (MN)Cedar Rapids, Iowa
2020Canceled due to Covid-19--------
2019Chapman (44-12)Scott Laverty11-0Birmingham-So.Cedar Rapids, Iowa
2018UT Tyler (40-18)Brent Porche9-6Texas LutheranAppleton, Wis.
2017Cal Lutheran (43-12)Marty Slimak7-3Washington & JeffersonAppleton, Wis.
2016Trinity (Texas) (44-7)Tim Scannell10-7KeystoneAppleton, Wis.
2015SUNY Cortland (44-4)Joe Brown6-2Wisconsin-La CrosseAppleton, Wis.
2014Wisconsin-Whitewater (44-7)John Vodenlich7-0EmoryAppleton, Wis.
2013Linfield (42-8)Scott Brosius4-1Southern MaineAppleton, Wis.
2012Marietta (47-8)Brian Brewer7-2Wheaton (Mass.)Appleton, Wis.
2011Marietta (47-4)Brian Brewer18-5ChapmanAppleton, Wis.
2010Illinois Wesleyan (31-21)Dennis Martel17-5SUNY CortlandAppleton, Wis.
2009St. Thomas (Minn.) (41-13)Dennis Denning3-2 (12)WoosterAppleton, Wis.
2008Trinity (Conn.) (45-1)Bill Decker5-4Johns HopkinsAppleton, Wis.
2007Kean (43-8)Neil Ioviero5-4 (10)EmoryAppleton, Wis.
2006Marietta (43-11)Brian Brewer7-2Wheaton (Mass.)Appleton, Wis.
2005Wisconsin-Whitewater (45-7)John Vodenlich11-4SUNY CortlandAppleton, Wis.
2004George Fox (40-10)Pat Bailey5-3Eastern Conn. St.Appleton, Wis.
2003Chapman (39-12)Tom Tereschuk15-7Chris. NewportAppleton, Wis.
2002Eastern Connecticut St. (39-11-1)Bill Holowaty8-0MariettaAppleton, Wis.
2001St. Thomas (Minn.) (39-10)Dennis Denning8-4MariettaAppleton, Wis.
2000Montclair State (42-6-1)Norm Schoenig6-2St. Thomas (Minn.)Appleton, Wis.
1999North Carolina Wesleyan (42-9)Charlie Long1-0St. Thomas (Minn.)Salem, Va.
1998Eastern Connecticut St. (40-11)Bill Holowaty16-1Montclair StateSalem, Va.
1997Southern Maine (39-9)Ed Flaherty15-1WoosterSalem, Va.
1996William Paterson (39-5-1)Jeff Albies6-5Cal LutheranSalem, Va.
1995La Verne (39-9)Owen Wright5-3MethodistSalem, Va.
1994Wisconsin-Oshkosh (41-4)Tom Lechnir6-2Wesleyan (Conn.)Battle Creek, Mich.
1993Montclair State (37-11)Norm Schoenig3-1Wisconsin-OshkoshBattle Creek, Mich.
1992William Paterson (36-7)Jeff Albies3-1Cal LutheranBattle Creek, Mich.
1991Southern Maine (38-6)Ed Flaherty9-0TCNJBattle Creek, Mich.
1990Eastern Connecticut St. (40-6)Bill Holowaty8-1AuroraBattle Creek, Mich.
1989North Carolina Wesleyan (33-11-1)Mike Fox8-7 (13)Cal State StanislausBristol, Conn.
1988Ithaca (36-4-1)George Valesente7-5Wis.-OshkoshBristol, Conn.
1987Montclair State (34-14-1)Kevin Cooney13-12 (10)Wis.-OshkoshMarietta, Ohio
1986Marietta (48-13-2)Don Schaly11-6IthacaMarietta, Ohio
1985Wisconsin-Oshkosh (37-3)Russ Tiedemann11-6MariettaMarietta, Ohio
1984Ramapo (35-11)Mickey Ennis5-4MariettaMarietta, Ohio
1983Marietta (49-9)Don Schaly36-8OtterbeinMarietta, Ohio
1982Eastern Connecticut St. (38-6-1)Bill Holowaty11-6Cal State StanislausMarietta, Ohio
1981Marietta (59-5)Don Schaly14-12 (12)IthacaMarietta, Ohio
1980Ithaca (33-4)George Valesente12-5MariettaMarietta, Ohio
1979Rowan (29-5)Michael Briglia3-0Cal State StanislausMarietta, Ohio
1978Rowan (29-11)Michael Briglia5-3MariettaMarietta, Ohio
1977Cal State Stanislaus (33-18-1)Jim Bowen8-5BrandeisMarietta, Ohio
1976Cal State Stanislaus (33-20-2)Jim Bowen13-6IthacaMarietta, Ohio

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There will be a new Men's College World Series champion. The Tennessee Volunteers and the Texas A&M Aggies will face off in the 2024 Men's College World Series championship, a best-of-three series that begins Saturday. Both SEC powerhouses are looking for their first NCAA Tournament championship in school history.

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