2003 College World Series Central

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Fullerton's Jason Windsor blew away his competition in the CWS.
Texas could not manage to hold on to a meager 2-0 lead against Cal State Fullerton, while the Titans used Jason Windsor's arm hold off the 'Horns' bats in their 3-2 win. The underdog Titans won their fourth overall Division I national championship and are the new kings of Omaha.
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  • 2004 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES
     June 18-28, 2004
    Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium
    Omaha, Neb.


    Cal Sate Fullerton Wins The 2004 CWS!

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    2004 SUPER REGIONALS

     Austin, Texas
     Vanderbilt - *Texas

     Fayetteville, Ark.
     FSU - *Arkansas

     Long Beach, Calif.
     *Arizona - LBSU

     Atlanta, Ga.
     *Georgia - Ga. Tech
      

    Fullerton, Calif.
    Tulane - *CS Full.

    Coral Gables, Fla.
    Florida - *Miami (Fl)

    Columbia, SC
    ECU - *S. Carolina 

    Baton Rouge, La.
    Texas A&M - *LSU
    2004 REGIONAL CAPSULES
    Austin
    1. * Texas (#1)
    2. Oral Roberts
    3. TCU
    4. Youngstown State
    Charlottesville
    1. Virginia
    2. * Vanderbilt
    3. George Mason
    4. Princeton
    Tallahassee
    1. * Florida State
    2. Oklahoma State
    3. U. Central Florida
    4. Bethune-Cookman
    Fayetteville
    1. * Arkansas (#8)
    2. Wichita State
    3. Missouri
    4. Le Moyne
    Palo Alto
    1. Stanford (#5)
    2. * Long Beach State
    3. St. John's (NY)
    4. UNLV
    South Bend
    1. Notre Dame
    2. UC Irvine
    3. * Arizona
    4. Kent State
    Athens
    1. * Georgia
    2. Clemson
    3. Birm. Southern
    4. Middle Tennessee
    Atlanta
    1. * Georgia Tech
    2. Texas Tech
    3. Mississippi State
    4. Jacksonville State
    Columbia
    1. * S. Carolina (#2)
    2. North Carolina
    3. Coastal Carolina
    4. The Citadel
    Kinston
    1. * East Carolina
    2. Tennessee
    3. UNC Wilmington
    4. Stony Brook
    Oxford
    1. Mississippi
    2. Washington
    3. * Tulane
    4. Western Kentucky
    Fullerton
    1. Arizona State (#7)
    2. * Cal St. Fullerton
    3. Minnesota
    4. Pepperdine
    Houston
    1. Rice (#6)
    2. * Texas A&M
    3. Lamar
    4. Texas Southern
    Baton Rouge
    1. * LSU
    2. S. Mississippi
    3. Coll. Charleston
    4. Army
    Tulsa
    1. * Florida
    2. Oklahoma
    3. UCLA
    4. Central Conn. St
     
    Coral Gables
    1. * Miami (Fl) (#3)
    2. North Carolina St.
    3. Florida Atlantic
    4. St. Bonaventure