The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


May 19, 2013

NJCAA Division II World Series Schedule

ENID, Okla. — Junior College Division II College World Series

At David Allen Memorial Ballpark

First round


Game 1 — 9 a.m. — LSU-Eunice (48-8) vs. Lackawanna College Pa. (40-19)

Game 2 — Noon — Scottsdale Ariz. Community CC (38-19) vs. Grand Rapids, Mich. CC (27-26)

Game 3 — 4 — Murray State (41-21) vs. Brunswick, N.C. Community CC (34-13)

Game 4 — 7 — North Iowa Area Community College (29-16) vs. Madison College, Wisc. (39-11)


Game 5 — Noon — Heartland CC Ill. (48-9) vs. UConn-Avery Point (38-8)

Game 6 — 3:30 — LSU-Eunice/Lackawanna loser vs. Scottsdale-Grand Rapids loser

Game 7 — 7 — Murray State-Brunswick loser vs. North Iowa-Madison loser


Game 8 — Noon — Murray State-Brunswick winner vs. Scottsdale-Grand Rapids winner

Game 9 — 3:30 — Game 6 winner vs. Game 7 winner

Game 10 — 7 — LSU-Eunice/Lackawanna winner vs. Scottsdale-Grand Rapids winner


Game 11 — Noon — Game 5 loser vs. Game 8 loser

Game 12 — 3:30 — Game 9 winner vs. Game 10 loser

Game 13 — Game 8 winner vs. Game 5 winner


Game 14 — 3:30 — Game 11 winner vs. Game 13 loser

Game 15 — 7 — Game 10 winner vs. Game 13 winner


Game 16 — 3:30 — Game 14 winner vs. Game 15 loser

Game 17 — 7 — Game 12 winner vs. Game 15 winner


Game 18 — 7 — Game 16 winner vs. Game 17 winner


Game 19 — 7 — 2nd championship, if necessary

Note: If there are three teams remaining at Game 18, the team with the most games played will receive a bye to Game 19. If there is a tie for the most games played, a coin toss will be used to determine the bye.

Weekend results


Heartland, Ill. CC 13,. Danville  III.Area 3

North Central

Madison (Wisc.) College 3, Kankakee Ill. CC 1

North Plains

North Iowa Area CC 4, Dakota County Tech, Minn. 1

Northeast District

Lackawanna College, Pa. 10, Burlington County N.J. 9

Lackawanna College, Pa. 13, Burlington County N.J. 12

Plains District

Murray State 14, MCC-Longview, Mo. 7

South District

LSU-Eunice 5, Pearl CC, Miss. 0


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