CWS Seeds: 1. Notre Dame (49-16); 2. Clemson (52-15); 3. Georgia Tech (51-14); 4. Rice (52-12); 5. Texas (53-15); 6. South Carolina (53-16); 7. Nebraska (47-19); 8. Stanford (45-16).
|June 14—Georgia Tech 11||South Carolina 0|
|June 14—Clemson 11||Nebraska 10|
|June 16—South Carolina 10||Nebraska 8 (out)|
|June 16—Clemson 9||Georgia Tech 7|
|June 18—South Carolina 9||Georgia Tech 5 (out)|
|June 19—South Carolina 12||Clemson 4|
|June 21—South Carolina 10||Clemson 2 (out)|
|June 15—Stanford 4||Notre Dame 3|
|June 15—Texas 2||Rice 1|
|June 17—Notre Dame 5||Rice 3 (out)|
|June 17—Texas 8||Stanford 7|
|June 18—Stanford 5||Notre Dame 3 (out)|
|June 20—Texas 6||Stanford 5 (out)|
CWS Championship Game
Saturday, June 22, at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb.
| ||1||2||3|| ||4||5||6|| ||7||8||9|| ||R||H||E|
|South Carolina||1||1||0|| ||0||0||0|| ||2||2||0||—||6||10||3|
|Texas||3||1||0|| ||0||3||1|| ||0||4||x||—||12||13||2|
Win: TEX–Justin Simmons (16-1). Loss: SC–Aaron Rawl (7-2). Save: Huston Street (14). Strikeouts: SC–Rawl and Matt Campbell 2; TEX–Simmons 4, Alan Bomer and Street 1.
2B: SC–Yaron Peters, Trey Dyson and Landon Powell; TEX–Omar Quintanilla 2, Dustin Majewski and Brandon Fahey. HR: TEX–Chris Carmichael (2). SB: TEX–Fahey (9).
Attendance: 24,089. Time 3:19.
Most Outstanding Player
Huston Street, Texas, RP
|IP ||H ||ER ||BB ||K ||W-L ||Svs |
C–Landon Powell, South Carolina; 1B–Michael Johnson, Clemson; 2B–Tim Moss, Texas; 3B–Omar Quintanilla, Texas; SS–Victor Menocal, Georgia Tech; OF–Sam Fuld, Stanford; Justin Harris, South Carolina; Dustin Majewski, Texas; DH–Steve Stanley, Notre Dame; P–Justin Simmons, Texas; Huston Street, Texas.
Chosen by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, American Baseball Coaches Association and USA Baseball. The Rotary Smith award is chosen by college sports information directors.
Player of the Year
|Khalil Greene, SS, Clemson||BA, CB, Dick Howser (NCBWA), ABCA, Smith, Golden Spikes (USA Baseball)|
Coach of the Year
|Augie Garrido, Texas||BA, CB, ABCA|
Final <b ><i >Baseball America</i></b> Top 25 College Baseball's 2002 Season Consensus All-America Team