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93rd Summer Koshien Schedule – NichiDaiSan wins it all

by on Aug.03, 2011 @ 6:59 pm, under High School, Summer Koshien

1st Round
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
9:00 Opening Ceremonies
10:20 Gm 1 KenkoDai Takasaki (Gunma) 7-6 Imabari Nishi (Ehime)
12:50 Gm 2 Kanazawa (Ishikawa) 4-0 Ise Kogyo (Mie)
15:20 Gm 3 Seiko Gakuin (Fukushima) 5-4 Nichinan Gakuen (Miyazaki)
8:00 Gm 1 Shizuoka (Shizuoka) 1-6 Narashino (Chiba)
10:30 Gm 2 Meitoku Gijuku (Kochi) 3-2 Hokkai (Minami Hokkaido)
13:00 Gm 3 Hanamaki Higashi (Iwate) 7-8 Teikyo (Higashi Tokyo)
15:30 Gm 4 Hachiman Shogyo (Shiga) 8-1 Yamanashi Gakuin (Yamanashi)
8:00 Gm 1 Sakushin Gakuin (Tochigi) 11-1 Fukui Shogyo (Fukui)
10:30 Gm 2 Furukawa Kogyo (Miyagi) 4-9 Karatsu Shogyo (Saga)
13:00 Gm 3 Josuikan (Hiroshima) 3-2 Seki Shoko (Gifu)
15:30 Gm 4 Shigakukan (Aichi) 1-8 Higashi OsakaDai Kashiwara (Osaka)
8:00 Gm 1 Itoman (Okinawa) 1-4 Eimei (Kagawa)
10:30 Gm 2 Kamimura Gakuen (Kagoshima) 3-5 Noshiro Shogyo (Akita)
13:00 Gm 3 Tottori Shogyo (Tottori) 2-3 Shirakaba Gakuen (Kita Hokkaido)
15:30 Gm 4 Hanasaki Tokuharu (Saitama) 1-11 Chiben Wakayama (Wakayama)
8:00 Gm 1 Nihon Bunri (Niigata) 3-14 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo)
10:30 Gm 2 Kaisei (Shimane) 5-0 Yanai Gakuen (Yamaguchi)
2nd Round
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
13:00 Gm 3 RyukokuDai Heian (Kyoto) 1-4 Shinminato (Toyama)
8:00 Gm 1 Kaisei (Nagasaki) 0-4 ToyoDai Himeji (Hyogo)
10:30 Gm 2 Kosei Gakuin (Aomori) 16-1 SenshuDai Tamana (Kumamoto)
13:00 Gm 3 Fujishiro (Ibaraki) 1-3 Tokushima Shogyo (Tokushima)
15:30 Gm 4 Kanzei (Okayama) 3-2 Kyushu KokusaiDai (Fukuoka)
8:00 Gm 1 TokyotoshiDai Shiojiri (Nagano) 3-6 Meiho (Oita)
10:30 Gm 2 Chiben Gakuen (Nara) 2-1 Tsuruoka Higashi (Yamagata)
13:00 Gm 3 Yokohama (Kanagawa) 6-5 KenkoDai Takasaki (Gunma)
15:30 Gm 4 Kanazawa (Ishikawa) 4-2 Seiko Gakuin (Fukushima)
8:00 Gm 1 Narashino (Chiba) 9-3 Meitoku Gijuku (Kochi)
10:30 Gm 2 Teikyo (Higashi Tokyo) 3-5 Hachiman Shogyo (Shiga)
13:00 Gm 3 Sakushin Gakuin (Tochigi) 3-2 Karatsu Shogyo (Saga)
15:30 Gm 4 Josuikan (Hiroshima) 7-4 Higashi OsakaDai Kashiwara (Osaka)
8:00 Gm 1 Eimei (Kagawa) 0-2 Noshiro Shogyo (Akita)
10:30 Gm 2 Shirakaba Gakuen (Kita Hokkaido) 7-8 Chiben Wakayama (Wakayama)
13:00 Gm 3 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo) 11-8 Kaisei (Shimane)
3rd Round
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
8:00 Gm 1 Shinminato (Toyama) 1-11 ToyoDai Himeji (Hyogo)
10:30 Gm 2 Kosei Gakuin (Aomori) 6-5 Tokushima Shogyo (Tokushima)
13:00 Gm 3 Kanzei (Okayama) 7-1 Meiho (Oita)
15:30 Gm 4 Chiben Gakuen (Nara) 9-4 Yokohama (Kanagawa)
8:00 Gm 1 Kanazawa (Ishikawa) 1-2 Narashino (Chiba)
10:30 Gm 2 Hachiman Shogyo (Shiga) 3-6 Sakushin Gakuin (Tochigi)
13:00 Gm 3 Josuikan (Hiroshima) 3-2 Noshiro Shogyo (Akita)
15:30 Gm 4 Chiben Wakayama (Wakayama) 4-6 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo)
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
8:00 Gm 1 ToyoDai Himeji (Hyogo) 1-2 Kosei Gakuin (Aomori)
10:30 Gm 2 Josuikan (Hiroshima) 3-8 Kanzei (Okayama)
8:00 Gm 1 Chiben Gakuen (Nara) 6-7 Sakushin Gakuin (Tochigi)
10:30 Gm 2 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo) 5-0 Narashino (Chiba)
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
8:00 Gm 1 Sakushin Gakuin (Tochigi) 0-5 Kosei Gakuin (Aomori)
10:30 Gm 2 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo) 14-4 Kanzei (Okayama)
Date Time Gm First Base Score Third Base
9:30   Kosei Gakuin (Aomori) 0-11 NichiDaiSan (Nishi Tokyo)
Closing Ceremonies

15 comments on “93rd Summer Koshien Schedule – NichiDaiSan wins it all

  1. g. Colona

    Super coverage and comments, thank you. Appreciate your time and effort to provide English information so those who can not attend or view on TV/Internet can keep up to speed. Are there English Team Rosters available on-line? Again, thanks. G. Colona 75 years old and an avid follower of Japan HS Baseball for 55 years.

    1. Gen Post author

      As far as I know, there are no English rosters available online (although you might be able to piece some of them together from various sites).

      And the ones offered on Japanese sites aren’t always great either because they don’t offer the actual readings (there are usually a number of different ways names can be read). If they did offer the actual readings, I’d be more than happy to offer them in English, but as it is, I usually need to wait for the actual games to be televised so that I can hear the readings (the names I can scrounge up and the names mentioned during broadcasts are in the individual box scores).

  2. Derp

    Personally I used:


    for the spring tournament. Though I ain’t sure if it still works now. Completely forgot the whole thing starts on the 6th and was under the impression it was the 16th instead. Good thing someone pointed it out today. Will post again tomorrow if the channel still works.

    Anyone actually recorded the previous matches? I’ll be recording the ones from now on, but it would be nice to get my hands on the ones that were played so far…

    1. Derp

      Well unfortunately mbs doesn’t seem to broadcast the summer Koshien and I couldn’t track any other live stream either. Only live info. So asahi seems to be the only one that can be used right now. Though seeing it’s based on silverlight nothing I had and tried could capture it. So yesterday’s matches were also missed. Will try to come out with something for the matches tonight since it would be a shame to lose them all like this.

      Damn it microsoft…

    2. fighting ham

      You see “senbatsu” in the address you provided? It means “selection.” That’s the Spring Koshien sponsored by the Mainichi Shinbun. The MBS is an affiliate TV station in Osaka. (Yes, cross-ownership is allowed in Japan.)

      The Summer Koshien is sponsored by the Asahi Shinbun. The ABC (not the US one) is the local affiliate.

      By the way, if you are OK with a not-so-official stream, you may want to check out Justin.tv.

    3. Derp

      Honestly I’m alright with anything that is recordable right now. I’m not even going to ask for luxuries like fullscreen capabilities. It would just be a shame to not be able to record at least some of these matches.

      Also thanks for the clear up there. Didn’t really know the details on how the broadcast on either seasons worked, since I only recently started to get an interest and to follow the Koshien. So there’s still a lot of things I’m still not knowledgeable with.

  3. Greg

    I want to check out some games live, but I was wondering who are the top players whose teams are still playing in the summer tournament. Thank you for a great blog!!

    1. Gen Post author

      Well, let’s see, off the top of my head…

      Ryuya Matsumoto (Eimei)
      Hiroto Nakauchi (Eimei)
      Yuto Aoki (Chiben Wakayama)
      Kentaro Yoshinaga (NichiDaiSan)
      Toshitake Yokoo (NichiDaiSan)
      Naoki Shirane (Kaisei – Shimane)
      Juri Hara (ToyoDai Himeji)
      Ryuhei Kawakami (Kosei Gakuin)
      Tatsuhiro Tamura (Kosei Gakuin)
      Yoshinao Kamata (Kanazawa)

      There are other equally interesting players, these are just the ones that have stuck in my head.

      Incidentally, Ryuhei Kawakami was the player that drove in 7 runs against SenshuDai Tamana. And Yoshinao Kamata has been nothing short of brilliant: 18 IP, 13 H, 20 SO, 3 BB, 2 R, 1 ER.

    2. Gen Post author

      Just a reminder… The two Eimei players I noted are now out since they lost to Noshiro Shogyo today.

  4. Derp

    Talking about players, any idea if the toothless catcher from NichiDaiSan is playing in this Koshien?

    1. Derp

      Yeah, that’s who I was talking about. Was curious to know since I missed their first match so I wasn’t sure if he was playing or not, and since I found his guts in that particular game really impressive. Hell, not only did he come back after his teeth got broken, but also hit the turnaround pitch that won NichiDaiSan the game.

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