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Softball - Wed, May. 3, 2006
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2006 TranSouth Softball Tournament Bracket

LEBANON, Tenn. - Trevecca Nazarene won the 2006 TranSouth Athletic Conference Softball Tournament with a 2-1 win over #3 seed Martin Methodist College at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. Trevecca and Martin will represent  the TranSouth Conference at the 2006 NAIA Region XI Tournament at Jeffersonville High School in Louisville, Ky. The tournament will begin on Thursday, May 12, 2006.

2006 TranSouth Tournament Champions: Trevecca Nazarene
2006 TranSouth All-Conference Awards

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Game 1: #5 Cumberland defeated #4 Freed-Hardeman 5-3
Game 2: #2 Union University defeated #3 Martin Methodist 5-2
Game 3: #1 Trevecca Nazarene defeated #5 Cumberland 5-3
Game 4: #3 Martin Methodist defeated #4 Freed-Hardeman 5-0 (FHU eliminated)
Game 5: #1 Trevecca Nazarene defeated #2 Union University 9-3
Game 6: #3 Martin Methodist defeated #5 CU 9-1 (Cumberland eliminated)
Game 7: # 3 Martin Methodist defeated. #2 Union 7-0 (Union eliminated)
Championship: #1 Trevecca Nazarene defeated #3 Martin Methodist 2-1

2006 TranSouth Tournament Champions: Trevecca Nazarene

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Tournament Pairings:
Trevecca Nazarene earned the No. 1 seed by winning the regular season crown with an 11-5 for the second straight season. Union and Martin Methodist tied for second at 10-6, with Union gaining the No. 2 seed by way of the tiebreaker. Freed-Hardeman finished fourth at 6-10, followed by Cumberand in fifth place at 3-13.

Region XI Tournament Information:
Trevecca Nazarene has already locked up an automatic bid to the NAIA Region XI Tournament next week. The winner of the conference tournament will earned the other automatic bid from the TranSouth Conference. Should Trevecca Nazarene win the tournament, the runner-up teamed will receive the bid. This year, only four teams will play in the NAIA Region XI Tournament because of the low number of total teams in the region. The two automatic bids from the MidSouth Conference will complete the four-team region field.