1995 College World Series

The 1995 College World Series was played at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, NE from June 2 to June 10. The forty-ninth tournament's champion was California State University, Fullerton, coached by Augie Garrido. The Most Outstanding Player was Mark Kotsay of California State University, Fullerton.

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