2019 Conference Regular Season Champions

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Champions from the Division I conferences around the country heading into conference tournament play:

ACC
Atlantic: Louisville (43-13, 21-9)
Coastal: Georgia Tech (38-16, 19-11)

America East

Stony Brook (28-21, 15-9)

American Athletic Conference
East Carolina (42-13, 20-4)

Atlantic 10
Virginia Commonwealth (39-17, 19-5)

Atlantic Sun
Florida Gulf Coast (34-19, 16-7)

Big 12
Texas Tech (36-15, 16-8)

Big East
Creighton (35-11, 14-4)

Big South
Campbell (32-19, 19-7)

Big Ten
Indiana (36-19, 17-7)

Big West
UC-Santa Barbara (44-7, 18-3)

CAA
Elon (30-22, 19-5)

C-USA
Florida Atlantic (37-18, 22-8)

Horizon League
Wright State (41-15, 22-8)

Ivy League
Harvard (27-13, 14-7)

(Ivy League does not have a tournament, the top two teams in the final standings play a 2-out-of-3 championship series, with the winner getting the league's automatic NCAA berth. Harvard defeated Columbia for this spot.)

MAC
Central Michigan (43-12, 22-5)

Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Canisius (24-27, 17-7)
Quinnipiac (26-27, 17-7)

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
North: Norfolk State (24-26, 17-7)
South: North Carolina A&T (29-24, 16-8)

Florida A&M (27-32, 14-10) won the MEAC Tournament

Missouri Valley
Dallas Baptist (38-16, 14-7)
Illinois State (32-22, 14-7)

Mountain West
Fresno State (35-14-1, 20-8-1)

Northeast Conference
Bryant (38-18, 19-5)

Ohio Valley Conference
Jacksonville State (34-21, 22-8)

Pac-12
UCLA (45-8, 22-5)

(Pac-12 does not have a league tournament. Their regular season is still continuing this week. UCLA currently is in first place).

Patriot League
Navy (39-17, 18-7)

SEC
East: Arkansas (40-15, 20-10) / Mississippi State (45-11, 20-10)
West: Vanderbilt (45-10, 23-7)

Southern Conference
Samford (39-17, 19-5)

Southland
Sam Houston State (31-23, 20-10)

Summit League
Nebraska-Omaha (28-21-1, 20-10)

Sun Belt
East: Georgia Southern (32-23, 18-12)
West: Texas State (36-18, 20-10)

SWAC
Southern (32-22, 17-6)

WAC
California Baptist (35-20, 19-8)
New Mexico State (37-15, 19-8)
Texas-Rio Grande Valley (34-19, 19-8)

West Coast Conference

BYU (36-15, 19-8)
 
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Big West
UC-Santa Barbara (44-7, 18-3)

The Big West also doesn't have a conference tournament and they are continuing conference play this week. Santa Barbara is playing Cal Poly and if CP sweeps the series they will tie Santa Barbara at 18-6.

Irvine would also be in the mix should they sweep Riverside. These outcomes would leave all three teams tied at 18-6.Each would have a series win over one of the other.
 

Alum-Ni

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The Big West also doesn't have a conference tournament and they are continuing conference play this week. Santa Barbara is playing Cal Poly and if CP sweeps the series they will tie Santa Barbara at 18-6.

Irvine would also be in the mix should they sweep Riverside. These outcomes would leave all three teams tied at 18-6.Each would have a series win over one of the other.

I missed that detail. Thanks