Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament

Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament

Conference Baseball Championship

Sport
Baseball

Conference
Atlantic 10 Conference

Number of teams
7

Format
Double-elimination

Current stadium
Houlihan Park

Current location
New York, NY

Played
1979–present

Last contest
2016

Current champion
Rhode Island (2)

Most championships
Rutgers (6)

Official website
Atlantic10.com baseball

Host stadiums

Houlihan Park (2006, 2012, 2016)
Barcroft Park (2015)
Billiken Sports Center (2014)
Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium (2013)
Campbell’s Field (2008, 2010–11)
Fifth Third Field (2005, 2007, 2009)
Dodd Memorial Stadium (2002–04)
Cracker Jack Stadium (2001)
Bear Stadium (1987–97, 1999–2000)
Veterans Stadium (1998)
Rutgers University (1982, 1986)
Hawley Field (1985)
Erny Field (1984)
Beaver Field (1983)
George Mason University (1981)
George Washington University (1980)
Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School (1979)

Host locations

Bronx, NY (2006, 2012, 2016)
Arlington, VA (2015)
St. Louis, MO (2014)
Charlotte, NC (2013)
Camden, NJ (2008, 2010–11)
Dayton, Ohio (2005, 2007, 2009)
Norwich, CT (2002–04)
Lake Buena Vista, FL (2001)
Boyertown, PA (1987–97, 1999–2000)
Philadelphia, PA (1984, 1998)
Piscataway, NJ (1982, 1986)
Morgantown, WV (1985)
State College, PA (1983)
Fairfax, VA (1981)
Washington, D.C. (1980)
Hershey, PA (1979)

The Atlantic 10 Conference Baseball Tournament, sometimes referred to simply as the A-10 Tournament, is the conference baseball championship of the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. The top seven finishers in the regular season of the conference’s twelve teams advance to the double-elimination tournament, which in 2016 will be played at Jim Houlihan Park at Jack Coffey Field in Bronx, New York. The winner of the tournament receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.[1]

Contents

1 Champions

1.1 By year
1.2 By school

2 References

Champions[edit]
By year[edit]
The following is a list of conference champions and sites listed by year.[2]

Year
Program
Site

1979
George Washington
Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School • Hershey, PA

1980
UMass
George Washington University • Washington, DC

1981
Rutgers
George Mason University • Fairfax, VA

1982
West Virginia
Rutgers University • Piscataway, NJ

1983
Temple
Beaver Field • State College, PA

1984
Temple
Erny Field[3] • Philadelphia, PA

1985
West Virginia
Hawley Field • Morgantow