This is the fourth-ever SLC Tournament for the Lumberjacks. SFA went 1-2 in the six-team tournament in 2007 and went 0-4 in 2009 and 2010 combined.
SFA comes into this year's tournament as the No. 2 overall seed, the highest seed the program has ever managed to receive.
David Jeans is the only Lumberjack to ever earn all-tournament honors, doing so in the 2007 tournament. Jeans went 5-for-5 in SFA's second-round win over McNeese State in one of the greatest individual performances in SFA baseball's history.
SFA will be looking to become the first No. 2 seed to win the SLC Tournament. In fact, the highest seed to win the tournament since 2005 has twice occurred with No. 4 seeds winning the event.
Since the league went back to playing a conference tournament in 1993, high seeds have not fared well. Only once - Lamar in 2004 - has the regular season champion won the tournament, while a No. 2 seed has never taken they tourney title. The No. 3 and No. 4 seed have each won six titles since 1993, while Sam Houston State was the lowest to ever do it when the Bearkats won last year's tournament as a No. 7 seed.