2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

The 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament began on Friday, May 31, 2013 as part of the 2013 NCAA Division I baseball season. The 64 team double elimination tournament concluded with the 2013 College World Series in Omaha, which began on June 15 and ended with the final round on June 25; the UCLA Bruins swept the Mississippi State Bulldogs in a best of three series to win the NCAA National Championship, the university's first in baseball and the 109th national title in all sports. The 64 participating college baseball teams were selected from an eligible pool of 298 NCAA Division I programs. Thirty teams were awarded an automatic bid as champions of their individual conferences. Additionally, 34 non-automatic qualifying teams were awarded at-large berths by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee; the 64 teams were divided into sixteen regionals consisting of four teams each. All four teams, in each regional, competed in a double-elimination tournament. Regional champions faced one another in a best-of-three games series in their individual Super Regional based upon a predetermined bracketed system.

This format determined the final eight participants to advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Fourteen of the sixteen original Regional hosts advanced to their respective Super Regional. For the first time in television history, ESPN provided live cut-ins and highlights from all 16 Regionals with the new Bases Loaded platform — similar to ESPN Goal Line and Buzzer Beater for college football and basketball; these eight teams automatically host a Super Regional. Oregon was the only team not to advance to the Super Regional. Bold indicates CWS participant. North Carolina Vanderbilt Oregon State LSU Cal State Fullerton Virginia Florida State Oregon Bold indicates winner. * indicates extra innings. The College World Series began on June 15, 2013 and was held at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only. All times Eastern; the following players were members of the College World Series All-Tournament Team. Seeds listed below indicate national seeds only The columns RF, SR, WS, NS, CS, NC stand for the Regional Finals, Super Regionals, College World Series, National Semifinals, Championship Series, National Champion.

Virginia Tech was the only #1 seed to be upset by a #4 seed in its opening game. Cal Poly and William & Mary recorded their first-ever NCAA tournament wins. #3 seeds went 9-7 against #2 seeds in their opening games. After 2 rounds, 14 of the 16 #1 seeds were 2-0. Three #4 seeds won elimination games on the 2nd day of the tournament: Central Arkansas and Valparaiso. Virginia Tech & Oregon were the only #1 seeds not advancing to the Super Regionals. Central Arkansas was the only #4 seed to reach a regional final. All 4 teams which came from the losers' bracket and won to force an extra game, lost the 2nd game and failed to advance. Game 2 between NC State and Rice went 17 innings, making it the fourth longest game in NCAA tournament history and the longest in the Super Regional round, which dates to 1999. Indiana is the first Big Ten team to participate in the College World Series since 1984. With Mississippi State's win over Oregon State in the semifinals, it marks the sixth consecutive College World Series in which the Southeastern Conference has fielded a conference member in the finals.

No top 8 national seed reached the CWS Finals for the first time since 2006. In the last four years, UCLA has made two appearances in the Finals and a Pac-12 Conference team has played in the Championship series three times; the Finals featured an SEC team against a Pac-10/12 team for the third time in four years. South Carolina defeated UCLA in 2010, Arizona defeated South Carolina in 2012. Before 2010, teams from those conferences had met in the finals just once. David Berg of UCLA set a new NCAA single-season record with his 24th save on June 24, 2013. and made his 51st appearance of the season, becoming the first pitcher in NCAA history to record 50 or more appearances in multiple seasons. UCLA won its first NCAA baseball Championship, becoming the third team to win the Championship with a perfect 10–0 record, the first team to allow no more than one run in each game of the series, the fourth straight team to sweep the CWS Finals. All-Tournament Team: Brian Holberton, NC. With the 8-0 shutout loss in game two of the finals, Mississippi State becomes the first team in twenty years to be held scoreless in the CWS finals, only the sixth team in CWS history to be held scoreless in the finals.

UCLA tied the Santa Clara CWS record for number of sacrifice bunts at 12, set in 1962. New attendance record was set on June 25, 2013 at 27,127. NRG Media, in conjunction with Westwood One/NCAA Radio Network, provided nationwide radio coverage of the College World Series, streamed online at and broadcast across radio stations throughout the US. Kevin Kugler and John Bishop called all games leading up to the Championship Series; the championship series was called by Kugler and Scott Graham with Ted Emrich acting as field reporter for the first time. For the first time ESPN carried every game from the Regionals, Super Regionals, College World Series across the ESPN Networks. ESPN als

1986 New York Film Critics Circle Awards

The 52nd New York Film Critics Circle Awards honored the best filmmaking of 1986. The winners were announced on 15 December 1986 and the awards were given on 25 January 1987. Best Actor: Bob Hoskins - Mona Lisa2. Paul Newman - The Color of Money 3. Jeff Goldblum - The Fly Best Actress: Sissy Spacek - Crimes of the Heart2. Kathleen Turner - Peggy Sue Got Married 3. Chloe Webb - Sid and Nancy Best Cinematography: Tony Pierce-Roberts - A Room with a View2. Frederick Elmes - Blue Velvet 3. Chris Menges - The Mission Best Director: Woody Allen - Hannah and Her Sisters2. Oliver Stone - Platoon and Salvador 3. David Lynch - Blue Velvet Best Documentary: Marlene2. Sherman's March 3. Partisans of Vilna Best Film: Hannah and Her Sisters2. Platoon 3. Blue Velvet Best Foreign Language Film: The Decline of the American Empire2. Men... 3.'Round Midnight 3. Vagabond Best Screenplay: Hanif Kureishi - My Beautiful Laundrette2. Woody Allen - Hannah and Her Sisters 3. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala - A Room with a View Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis - My Beautiful Laundrette and A Room with a View2.

Andy Garcia - 8 Million Ways to Die 3. Ray Liotta - Something Wild Best Supporting Actress: Dianne Wiest - Hannah and Her Sisters2. Cathy Tyson - Mona Lisa 3. Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio - The Color of Money 1986 Awards