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NAIA World Series was played in Alpine, Texas in 1957.
The NAIA has
held a World Series in baseball every year since 1957. The 2012
Series will be the 56th edition of the event.
2012, will be Lewiston’s 21st time hosting the World
744,214 people have attended the Series in the
20 years the
event has been held at Lewiston, an average of 1,995 per game.
- In 2009, despite host
Lewis-Clark State being eliminated early in the Series, the
title game between Lubbock Christian and Point Loma drew a crowd
attendance for one game in Lewiston came in 2008 when 5,530
people attended the championship game. The previous record was
5,480 set in 2006.
Series games have been held at Lewiston.
teams have participated in the World Series—37 of those teams
have never won a game. Hawaii-Hilo has the most appearance
without winning a game, as it is 0-6 in its three appearances.
teams have claimed championships, while only six teams have
multiple championships: Lewis-Clark
State 16, Grand Canyon (AZ) 4, Lewis (ILL) 3, Lubbock Christian
(TX) 2, David Lipscomb
(TN) 2, Linfield (OR) 2, Cumberland (TN) 2.
Three teams are tied for the most
appearance without winning a championship. Embry-Riddle (FL), Dallas Baptist (TX),
Southeastern Oklahoma and Point Park (NY) have all made 10
appearances and failed to come away with the title.
Lewis-Clark State won the
championship six consecutive years from 1987-1992, bettering the
three consecutive mark of Grand Canyon.
became the host of the World Series in 1984 and hosted the event
until 1991. The World Series then was hosted by four different
cities in eight years, until it returned to Lewiston in 2000.
55-year history of the NAIA World Series, Lewis-Clark State has
played at the most sites, seven. They have participated in St.
Joseph, Mo; Nashville, TN; Lubbock, TX; Des Moines, IA; Sioux
City, IA; Jupiter, FL; and Lewiston.
no-hitters have been thrown in the World Series.
(Lewis-Clark State College, 2005) is the only player to hit for
the cycle in the World Series.
(Carson-Newman, 1965) holds the record for most strikeouts in a
World Series game, 22.