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Cincinnati Bearcats baseball

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cincinnati Bearcats
2022 Cincinnati Bearcats baseball team
Cincinnati University Bearcats textlogo.svg
Founded1886; 136 years ago (1886)
Overall record1649–1788–21 (.480)
UniversityUniversity of Cincinnati
Head coachScott Googins (5th season)
ConferenceAmerican Athletic Conference
Big 12 Conference (2023)
LocationCincinnati, Ohio
Home stadiumUC Baseball Stadium[1]
(Capacity: 3,085)
NicknameBearcats
ColorsRed and black[2]
   
NCAA Tournament appearances
1956, 1958, 1961, 1967, 1971, 1974, 2019
Conference tournament champions
AAC: 2019
Regular season conference champions
Buckeye: 1928, 1930

MVC: 1958, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1970


Great Midwest: 1995

The Cincinnati Bearcats baseball team represents The University of Cincinnati in NCAA Division I intercollegiate men's baseball competition.[3] The Bearcats currently compete in The American Athletic Conference[4] though they will move to the Big 12 Conference[5] within the next few years.

The University of Cincinnati began varsity intercollegiate competition in baseball in 1886. Former Bearcats who have gone on to success in Major League Baseball include Sandy Koufax and manager Miller Huggins, 3-time All-Star and 2-time World Series Champion Kevin Youkilis, and 2-time MLB All-Star Josh Harrison. The Bearcats are currently coached by Scott Googins. Cincinnati plays home games on UC's campus at UC Baseball Stadium.[6]

Head coaches

Tenure Coach Seasons Record Pct.
1897 Ralph Holterhoff 1 2–5 .286
1903–1904 Anthony Chez 2 8–7–1 .531
1908–1909 Ralph Inott 2
1910 Ernie Diehl 1 6–2–1 .722
1911 Cliff Hall 1 1–6 .143
1913 Raymond Church 1
1918 Jesse Williams 1 4–1 .800
1919–1928 Boyd Chambers 9 79–49–2 .615
1929–1932 Frank Rice 4 31–25–1 .553
1933 Robert Reuss 1 3–6 .333
1934–1936 Dana M. King 3 11–17–1 .397
1937–1938 Walter Van Winkle 2 3–11 .233
1940, 1949 Bud Bonar 2 8–17–1 .327
1941–1943 Joseph A. Meyer 3 7–12–1 .368
1946 Ray Nolting 1 6–2 .750
1947-1948 Bill Schwarberg 2 19–16 .543
1950–1951 Hank Zureick 2 17–17 .500
1952–1953 John Beckel 2 14–21 .400
1954–1960 Ed Jucker 7 87–38 .696
1961–1981 Glenn Sample 20 391–349–9 .528
1982 Pat Quinn 1 14–32 .430
1983-1986 Tom Higgins 4 85–113-1 .430
1987–1990 Jim Schmitz 4 103–101 .505
1991–1992 Richard Skeel 2 50–56 .472
1993–1996 Bruce Gordon 4 69–125 .356
1997–2013 Brian Cleary 16 434–527–1 .452
2014–2017 Ty Neal 4 91–132–1 .408
2018–Present Scott Googins 5 95–93 .505
Total 28 coaches 117 seasons 1649–1788–21 (.480)

Source:[7]

Year-by-year results

Statistics overview
Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Independent (1886–1909)
1886 2–0
No Team Fielded (1887–1892)
1893 0–1–1
1894 6–4
1895 6–3
No Team Fielded (1896–1896)
1897 Ralph Holterhoff 2–5
No Team Fielded (1898–1899)
1900 3–1
No Team Fielded (1901–1902)
1903 Anthony Chez 3–4
1904 Anthony Chez 5–3–1
1905 2–3
No Team Fielded (1906–1907)
1908 Ralph Inott
1909 Ralph Inott 4—3
Ohio Athletic Conference (1910–1925)
1910 Ernie Diehl 6–2–1
1911 Cliff Hall 1–6
1912
1913
No Team Fielded (1914–1918)
1918 Jesse Williams 4–1
1919 Boyd Chambers 2–7
1920 Boyd Chambers 8–2 3–0 1st State runner-up
1921 Boyd Chambers 7–4–1
1922 Boyd Chambers 8–6
1923 Boyd Chambers 10–2
1924 Boyd Chambers 7–6 2nd
1925 Boyd Chambers 8–6–1
Buckeye Athletic Association (1926–1938)
1926 Boyd Chambers 6–6 5–5 3rd
1927 Boyd Chambers 14–7 7–2 2nd
1928 Boyd Chambers 9–3 1st
1929 Frank E. Rice 12–7 8–2
1930 Frank E. Rice 11–10–1 6–2 T-1st
1931 Frank E. Rice 3–5 3–5
1932 Frank E. Rice 5–3 5–3
1933 Robert Reuss 3–6
1934 Dana M. King 3–6–1 3–2
1935 Dana M. King 3–2
1936 Dana M. King 5–9
1937 Walter Van Winkle 3–11
1938 Walter Van Winkle
Independent (1939–1946)
1939
1940 Bud Bonar 3–7
1941 Joseph A. Meyer
1942 Joseph A. Meyer 6–8
1943 Joseph A. Meyer 1–3
No Team Fielded: World War II (1944–1945)
1946 Ray Nolting 6–2
Mid-American Conference (1947–1952)
1947 William M. Schwarberg 8–8
1948 William M. Schwarberg 11–8
1949 Reyman Bud Bonar 5–10–1 3–5–1
1950 Hank Zureick 8–10
1951 Hank Zureick 9–7
1952 John Beckel 5–11
Independent (1953–1956)
1953 John Beckel 9–10
1954 Ed Jucker 10–7
1955 Ed Jucker 13–4
1956 Ed Jucker 13–3 NCAA District 4, 0–1
Missouri Valley Conference (1957–1970)
1957 Ed Jucker 9–3
1958 Ed Jucker 17–6 18–3 1st Declined postseason tournament bid
1959 Ed Jucker 13–7 6–2
1960 Ed Jucker 12–8 6–2 MVC Tournament 0–1
1961 Glenn Sample 19–5–2 10–0 MVC Tournament 3–1
District 4 Playoffs, 1–2
1962 Glenn Sample 17–11 MVC Tournament 0–1
1963 Glenn Sample 12–18 5–3 MVC Tournament 2–2
1964 Glenn Sample 10–14 MVC Tournament 4–3
1965 Glenn Sample 21–15 5–3 2nd MVC Tournament 0–4
1966 Glenn Sample 12–14–1 2–4
1967 Glenn Sample 19–11–1 6–1 1st MVC Tournament 2–1
District 4 Playoffs, 1–2
1968 Glenn Sample 14–13–1 3–5 3rd
1969 Glenn Sample 18–14 5–1 MVC Tournament 1–2
1970 Glenn Sample 15–13–1 7–1 MVC Tournament 0–2
Metro Conference (1971–1991)
1971 Glenn Sample 26–18 District 4 Playoffs, 2–2
1972 Glenn Sample 24–16–1
1973 Glenn Sample 22–17
1974 Glenn Sample 27–16–2 District 4 Playoffs, 0–2
1975 Glenn Sample 21–14
1976 Glenn Sample 19–31 Metro 6 Tournament 0–1
1977 Glenn Sample 16–23 Metro Tournament 0–2
1978 Glenn Sample 21–24 Metro Tournament 1–2
1979 Glenn Sample 28–14 Metro Tournament 2–2
1980 Glenn Sample 18–19 Metro Tournament 0–2
1981 Glenn Sample 12–29 Metro Tournament 1–2
1982 Tom Higgins 14–32 Metro Tournament 1–2
1983 Tom Higgins 17–31 2–5 Metro Tournament 1–2
1984 Tom Higgins 13–29 0–10 Metro Tournament 2–2
1985 Tom Higgins 29–25 8–12 Metro Tournament 1–2
1986 Tom Higgins 26–28 9–9
1987 Jim Schmitz 31–21 5–8 Metro Tournament 3–2
1988 Jim Schmitz 28–21 7–10
1989 Jim Schmitz 21–30 3–14 Metro Tournament 2–2
1990 Lance Brown 23–29 5–10 Metro Tournament 3–2
1991 Richard Skeel 28–30 2–19 Metro Tournament 2–2
Great Midwest Conference (1992–1995)
1992 Richard Skeel 22–26 5–11 Great Midwest Tournament 2–2
1993 Bruce Gordon 16–29 3–15 Great Midwest Tournament 0–2
1994 Bruce Gordon 14–41 3–15 1st Great Midwest Tournament 0–2
1995 Bruce Gordon 34–21 17–6 1st Great Midwest Tournament 2–2
Conference USA (1996–2005)
1996 Bruce Gordon 5–34 1–19 9th C-USA Tournament 0–1
1997 Brian Cleary 12–46 4–23 10th C-USA Tournament 1–2
1998 Brian Cleary 15–38 4–20 10th C-USA Tournament 0–1
1999 Brian Cleary 30–29 19–18 8th C-USA Tournament 1–2
2000 Brian Cleary 35–25 11–16 6th C-USA Tournament 3–1
2001 Brian Cleary 34–24 16–11 4th C-USA Tournament 0–2
2002 Brian Cleary 26–29–1 11–18–1 9th
2003 Brian Cleary 15–39 7–22 11th
2004 Brian Cleary 15–40 6–24 11th
2005 Brian Cleary 10–19 10th
Big East Conference (2006–2013)
2006 Brian Cleary 32–26 13–14 7th Big East Tournament, 0–1
2007 Brian Cleary 32–26 13–14 7th Big East Tournament, 0–1
2008 Brian Cleary 39–20 19–8 2nd Big East Tournament, 3–1
2009 Brian Cleary 29–29 13–14 8th Big East Tournament, 0–1
2010 Brian Cleary 29–29 13–14 7th Big East Tournament, 0–1
2011 Brian Cleary 30–27 14–13 5th Big East Tournament, 0–1
2012 Brian Cleary 18–38 7–20 12th
2013 Brian Cleary 24–32 4–14 9th
American Athletic Conference (2014–present)
2014 Ty Neal 22–31 6–18 9th
2015 Ty Neal 15–41 6–18 8th AAC Tournament, 0–1
2016 Ty Neal 26–30-1 13–10-1 4th AAC Tournament, 0–2
2017 Ty Neal 28–28 10–14 6th AAC Tournament, 0–0
2017 Ted Tom (Interim) 0–2 0–0 AAC Tournament, 0–2
2018 Scott Googins 28–26 12–12 6th AAC Tournament, 0–2
2019 Scott Googins 28–29 13–11 2nd NCAA Regional
2020 Scott Googins 7–8 0–0 Cancelled
2021 Scott Googins 29-26 18-14 4th AAC Tournament, 0–2
Total: 1649–1788–21

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

As of end through 2021 Season[7]

UC in the NCAA tournament

Year Record Pct Notes
1956 0–1 .000 Lost in District 4 playoff game to Ohio
1961 1–2 .333 District 4 Playoffs: Loss to Michigan (double elimination series)
1967 1–2 .333 Lost in District 5 series to Oklahoma St
1971 2–2 .500 Lost in District 4 playoff series to Southern Illinois
1974 0–2 .000 Lost in District 4 playoff series to Miami (Ohio) and Southern Illinois
2019 1–2 .333 Eliminated by Creighton in the Corvallis Regional

[7]

Team Records

Single Game

Year Record Opponent
1930 At Bats in a game (72) vs Miami (Ohio)
1993 Runs (26) vs UAB
1997 Runs Allowed (36) vs Rice
1993 Hits (29) vs UAB
2002 Doubles (9) at Xavier
1956 Triples (5) vs Wittenburg
2002 Home runs (8) vs USF
1993 Total bases (54) vs UAB
1993 Runs Batted In (24) vs UAB
1960 Stolen bases (10) vs Drake
1963 Errors (11) vs Southern Illinois
1930 Longest game (21 Innings) vs Miami (Ohio)
1958 Largest margin of victory (21) vs Kenyon
1952 Most runs scored in an Inning (16) vs Morehead State

Source:[7]

No Hitters

There have been 6 No-Hitters in Cincinnati baseball history, the last one occurred in 1995.

Date Pitcher(s) Opponent Notes
May 6, 1910 John Binder vs. Denison
May 4, 1965 Neil Rubinstein vs. Hanover 7 Innings
1967 Jose Worrall vs. Ohio State 7 Innings
1973 T. Burman & C. Poston vs. Quinnipiac 7 Innings
1982 Mark Thompson vs. Wright State 7 Innings
1995 Chris Murphy vs. IUPUI 5 Innings

Retired numbers

No. Member Position Years at UC Year No. Retired
1
Glen Sample Head coach 1984–2001 2010
12
Ed Jucker Head coach 1987–1989 2010
36
Kevin Youkilis 3B 1998-2001 2016

Source:[8]

All Americans

[7]

UC and MLB

Cincinnati had had 21 players reach Major League Baseball (MLB). Some notable alumni to reach the majors include Tony Campana and Josh Harrison who make their MLB debuts during the 2011 season. Two former Bearcats Miller Huggins and Sandy Koufax are members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. This list of Cincinnati Bearcats baseball players includes former members of the Cincinnati Bearcats baseball team that represents the University of Cincinnati, who have played in one or more regular season Major League Baseball (MLB) games.[9][10][7][11]

Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax
Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax
3x All Star Kevin Youkilis
3x All Star Kevin Youkilis

Players selected in the MLB Draft

Note: the first Major League Baseball draft was held in 1965.

Cincinnati MLB Drafted Players
Year Round Overall Pick Player Team
2021 7 200 Evan Shawver COL
2020 4 121 Joey Wiemer MIL
2019 39 1164 A.J. Bumpass CIN
2018 10 290 Manny Rodriguez NYM
2018 24 714 Cam Alldred PIT
2018 29 874 J.T. Perez MIN
2017 15 459 Ryan Noda TOR
2017 29 857 A.J. Bumpass CIN
2015 1 9 Ian Happ CHC
2014 12 348 Connor Walsh CWS
2012 8 261 Zach Isler CWS
2012 14 430 Jake Proctor MIN
2012 32 982 Christian McElroy CIN
2011 20 625 Dan Jensen CIN
2010 17 519 Brian Garman MIL
2010 42 1276 Kevin Johnson TEX
2009 11 333 Mike Spina OAK
2009 14 430 Lance Durham TOR
2009 38 1148 Kevin Johnson FLA
2008 6 191 Josh Harrison CHC
2008 7 216 Dan Osterbrock MIN
2008 13 401 Tony Campana CHC
2008 45 1355 Mike Spina MIN
2007 24 725 John Baird TB
2006 12 354 Logan Parker CIN
2005 23 690 Mark Haske DET
2005 31 941 Josh Kay OAK
2002 13 382 Chris Hamblen TEX
2001 8 243 Kevin Youkilis BOS
2001 25 756 Curtus Moak SF
2001 35 1066 Chris Hamblen SF
1998 16 470 Casey McEvoy CIN
1995 40 1119 Chris Murphy COL
1992 43 1215 Bill Metzinger COL
1991 32 838 George Glinatsis SEA
1990 49 1241 George Glinatsis CWS
1988 14 353 John Zaksek CWS
1988 42 1079 Joe Tenhunfeld PHI
1988 58 1352 Riley Stephens CWS
1986 3 78 Dave Sala STL
1985 19 474 Tom Summers CIN
1984 19 475 Lalo Berezo CIN
19821rg 10 241 James Bettis MON
1978 16 407 Skeeter Barnes CIN
1978 25 596 Mark Roush ATL
19771rg 2 27 Bobby Sagers MON
1977 23 556 Brady Baldwin ATL
1977 28 669 Jeffrey Wilson MON
19751sc 4 79 Timothy Burman PIT
1974 33 641 Timothy Burman PIT
1972 23 533 Denny Nagel HOU
1972 28 642 Butch Alberts PIT
1970 23 550 Rick DeFelice CIN
19691rg 7 125 David Jakubs STL
19671rg 7 125 John Meyer CLE
19676sc 8 150 John Meyer CLE
1966 36 675 John Meyer NYM
1965 3 60 Billy Wolff STL

6sc – June Secondary
1rg – January Draft
1sc – January Secondary Draft

Source:[12]

See also

References

  1. ^ "UC Baseball Stadium". gobearcats.com. University of Cincinnati Athletics. Retrieved 6 March 2022.
  2. ^ Brand Color (PDF). University of Cincinnati Branding Standards Manual. Retrieved July 31, 2017.
  3. ^ "Cincinnati Bearcats". d1baseball.com. Archived from the original on 2015-03-18. Retrieved 2015-04-23.
  4. ^ 2017 Media Guide (PDF). Cincinnati Bearcats. Retrieved April 22, 2015.
  5. ^ Bach, John (2021-09-10). "University of Cincinnati to join Big 12". UC News. Retrieved 2022-02-09.
  6. ^ "2022 Baseball Quick Facts" (PDF). gobearcats.com. University of Cincinnati Athletics. February 17, 2022. Retrieved 6 March 2022.
  7. ^ a b c d e f University of Cincinnati Athletics (February 12, 2022). 2022 Cincinnati Baseball Record Book (PDF). Retrieved 5 March 2022.
  8. ^ Groeschen, Tom (May 1, 2015). "Youkilis to have UC baseball number retired". Cincinnati.com. Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved 8 March 2022.
  9. ^ "University of Cincinnati Baseball Players Who Made It to the Major Leagues". Baseball-Almanac.com.
  10. ^ "University of Cincinnati Baseball Players". Baseball-Reference.com.
  11. ^ "Bearcats in the Pros". gobearcats.com. University of Cincinnati Athletics. June 11, 2016. Retrieved 6 March 2022.
  12. ^ "MLB Draft History". gobearcats.com. University of Cincinnati Athletics. December 1, 2021. Retrieved 6 March 2022.
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