List of college baseball coaches with 1,000 wins

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This is a list of NCAA baseball coaches with 1,000 career wins.[1][2]

Key[edit]

*Active as of 2013

Managers with 1,000 career wins[edit]

RankNameYearsWinsLossesTiesPct.Teams
1*Garrido, AugieAugie Garrido4518968789.683San Francisco State, 1969, Cal Poly, 1970-1972, Cal State Fullerton, 1973–1987, Illinois, 1988–1990, Cal State Fullerton, 1991–1996, Texas 1997–present
2Gillespie, GordieGordie Gillespie5918939521.665Lewis 1953–1976, St. Francis (Ill.) 1977–1995, Ripon 1996–2005, St. Francis (Ill.) 2006–2011
3Stephenson, GeneGene Stephenson3618376753.731Wichita State 1978–2013
4*Martin, MikeMike Martin3418006114.743Florida State 1980–present
5Cheff, EdEd Cheff3417054302.799Lewis-Clark State 1977–2010
6Hays, LarryLarry Hays3815088604.637Lubbock Christian 1971–1986, Texas Tech 1987–2008
7*Marquess, MarkMark Marquess3714957817.656Stanford 1977–present
8Hartman, ChuckChuck Hartman4714448168.638High Point 1960–1978, Virginia Tech 1979–2006
9Schaly, DonDon Schaly40144232913.812Marietta 1964–2003
10Gustafson, CliffCliff Gustafson2914273732.792Texas 1968–1996
11Holowaty, BillBill Holowaty4514045257.727Eastern Connecticut State 1969–2012
12*Morris, JimJim Morris3113916134.694Georgia Tech 1982–1993, Miami (FL) 1994–present
13Polk, RonRon Polk3513737022.662Georgia Southern 1972–1975, Mississippi State 1976–1997, Georgia 2000–2001, Mississippi State 2002–2008
14Hunt, WoodyWoody Hunt3213625623.706}Cumberland University 1980–present
15Dedeaux, RodRod Dedeaux44134259716.691Southern California 1942–1947, 1949–1986
16Cochell, LarryLarry Cochell3913318133.621Emporia State 1967–1969, Creighton 1970–1971, Cal State Los Angeles 1972–1976, Oral Roberts 1977–1986, Northwestern 1987, Cal State Fullerton 1988–1990, Oklahoma 1991–2005
17Thomas, TommyTommy Thomas4013088256.613Valdosta State 1968–2007
18Bennett, BobBob Bennett3413007578.631Fresno State 1967, 1970–2002
19*Roberts, JoeJoe Roberts3212836236.673Armstrong Atlantic 1980–present
20Fraser, RonRon Fraser3012714389.742Miami (FL) 1963–1992
21Stallings, JackJack Stallings39125579910.610Wake Forest 1960–1968,

Florida State 1969–1974, Georgia Southern 1976–1999

22Jones, ItchItch Jones3912427526.623MacMurray 1966–1968, Southern Illinois 1970–1990, Illinois 1991–2005
23Dietz, JimJim Dietz31123075118.620San Diego State 1972–2002
24*Gilligan, JimJim Gilligan3512278007.605Western New Mexico 1972,

Lamar 1973–1986, 1992–present

25*Leggett, JackJack Leggett3212246941.638Vermont 1978–1982, Western Carolina 1983–1991, Clemson 1994–present
26Ogletree, AlAl Ogletree4012177101.630Dallas 1958–1965, Sul Ross State 1966–1968, Texas–Pan-American 1969–1997
27*Metheny, MikeMike Metheny3112145592.685Southeastern Oklahoma State 1981–present
28Bergman, JayJay Bergman3212107073.631Florida 1976–1981, UCF 1983–2008
29*Dunn, PetePete Dunn3212027613.612Stetson 1980–present
30Mallon, JimJim Mallon3411966021.665Southwestern 1971–2004
30*Fox, MikeMike Fox3011744035.745NC Wesleyan 1983–1998, North Carolina 1999–present
31Adams, GaryGary Adams35117289212.567UC Irvine 1970–1974, UCLA 1975–2004
32Wilhelm, BillBill Wilhelm36116153610.683Clemson 1958–1993
33DeBriyn, NormNorm DeBriyn3311616506.641Arkansas 1970–2002
34Coffey, JackJack Coffey47116048213.705Fordham 1909–1917, 1919–1921, 1923–1943, 1945–1958
35Brayton, ChuckChuck Brayton3311585256.687Washington State 1962–1994 1973–1986, 1992–2009
36Tanner, RayRay Tanner2511334893.699NC State 1988–1996, South Carolina 1997–2012
37Vieira, FrankFrank Vieira4411273246.776New Haven 1963–2006
38*Mainieri, PaulPaul Mainieri2911226146.646St. Thomas (FL) 1983–1988, Air Force 1989–1994, Notre Dame 1995–2006, LSU 2007–present
39Brandon, DonDon Brandon3811105885.713Anderson (IN) 1972–2010
40Brock, JimJim Brock2310994411.713Arizona Sate 1972–1994
41Smitheran, JackJack Smitheran3510977794.584Emporia State 1970–1973,

UC Riverside 1974–2004

42*Anderson, JohnJohn Anderson3010927263.600Minnesota 1982–present
43*Lopez, AndyAndy Lopez3010906647.621Cal State Dominguez Hills 1983–1988, Pepperdine 1989–1994, Florida 1995–2001, Arizona 2002–present
44Price, DannyDanny Price2810865970.645FIU 1980–2007
45Murakami, LesLes Murakami3010795704.654Hawaii 1971–2000
46Morgan, BobBob Morgan3010705866.646Wooster 1976–1981, Kent State 1982–1983, Indiana 1984–2005
47Warn, BobBob Warn31107074510.589Indiana State 1976-2006
48Scolinos, JohnJohn Scolinos45107095413.528Pepperdine 1946–1960, Cal Poly Pomona 1962–1991
49*Hill, FredFred Hill3410617199.596Montclair State 1977–1983, Rutgers 1984–present
50Bowyer, DeanDean Bowyer3610535406.660Minot State 1973-76, Minnesota State–Mankato 1977–2008
51Hannah, BobBob Hannah3610534636.694Delaware 1965–2000
52Winkin, JohnJohn Winkin47104370616.649Colby College 1955–1974, Maine 1975–1996, Husson 2003–2008
52Johnson, MarkMark Johnson2510435643.649Texas A&M 1985–2005, Sam Houston State 2007–2011
54Wilson, SkipSkip Wilson46103482427.556Temple 1960–2005
55*Guttin, KeithKeith Guttin2910326520.613Missouri State 1983–present
56Kalmer, DeweyDewey Kalmer4010329145.530Quincy 1969–1979, Bradley 1980–2008
57*Collins, GaryGary Collins3310287667.573SIU Edwarsdsville 1978–present
58*Hall, DannyDanny Hall2410254921.676Kent State 1988–1993, Georgia Tech 1994–present
59Todd, BobBob Todd2710255592.647Kent State (1984–1987), Ohio State (1988–2010)
60Ward, GaryGary Ward2110223611.739Oklahoma State 1978–1996, New Mexico State 2001–2002
61Grob, GaryGary Grob35102056310.643Winona State 1967–1974, 1976–2002
62*Graham, WayneWayne Graham2310044040.713Rice 1992–present
63*Austin, TomTom Austin32100343510.696Methodist 1980–present
64Abbott, RudyRudy Abbott3210034672.682Jacksonville State 1970–2001
65*Pettorini, TimTim Pettorini3010023766.726Wooster 1982–present
66*Valesente, GeorgeGeorge Valesente3910004588.685Brockport 1973–1974, SUNY New Paltz 1975–1976, SUNY Maritime 1977–1978, Ithaca 1979–present
67*Babb, BobBob Babb35100035412.736Johns Hopkins 1980–present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Baseball Coaching Records". NCAA. Retrieved 2012-08-08. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved August 8, 2012.  (The NCAA Career Statistics database allows the viewer to obtain coaching records for all NCAA coaches by inputting the individual's name in the linked window.)
  3. ^ http://bigstory.ap.org/article/fsus-martin-becomes-third-d-i-coach-win-1800
  4. ^ http://www.gocumberlandathletics.com/baseball/coaches/