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Danny Price (baseball coach)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Danny Price
Current position
TitleHead coach
TeamMiami Dade College
ConferenceSouthern
Biographical details
BornNorth Carolina
Alma materFlorida International University
Playing career
1973–1974FIU
Position(s)Outfielder
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1976–1979FIU (asst)
1980–2007FIU
2011–presentMiami Dade College
Head coaching record
TournamentsNCAA DI: 7–14
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
  • 3× Trans America Athletic Coach of the Year (1991, 1995, 1998)

Danny Price is a former college baseball coach and former player. He was the head coach of the Florida International University (FIU) baseball team, a position that he held from 1980 until May 2007.[1] During that span, he recorded a thousand coaching victories, reaching that milestone on March 10, 2005.[2] He was then head coach at Miami Dade College from 2011 until his retirement in 2019, after which he planned to engage in charitable work.[3]

Price, the son of a sharecropper born in North Carolina, attended FIU and played on its baseball team as a student in 1973–74. He made the first hit for FIU, which had opened its doors a year before. He graduated in 1974, and returned as a hitting instructor in 1976.

Former FIU baseball players coached by Price include Major League Baseball star Mike Lowell, and over one hundred other students signed to play professional baseball with major and minor league teams.

At FIU, he was named TAAC Coach of the Year three times.

In 2011, Price was named the head coach at Miami Dade College.[4]

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Head coaching record

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
FIU Panthers (Independent) (1980–1990)
1980 FIU 40–15 NCAA World Series
1981 FIU 41–17
1982 FIU 51–12 NCAA Regional
1983 FIU 35–22
1984 FIU 37–26
1985 FIU 37–21
1986 FIU 41–18
1987 FIU 40–20
1988 FIU 40–19
1989 FIU 39–21
1990 FIU 40–20
FIU: 441–221
FIU Panthers (Trans America Athletic Conference) (1991–1998)
1991 FIU 43–23 11–7 2nd (East) NCAA Regional
1992 FIU 36–23 11–5 T-1st (East)
1993 FIU 27–29 7–11 4th (East)
1994 FIU 38–21 12–6 1st (East)
1995 FIU 50–11 27–3 1st NCAA Regional
1996 FIU 31–24 6–12 4th (South)
1997 FIU 42–21 10–8 1st (South) NCAA Regional
1998 FIU 41–24 13–5 1st (South)
FIU: 308–176 97–57
FIU Panthers (Sun Belt Conference) (1999–2007)
1999 FIU 45–18 17–16 4th NCAA Regional
2000 FIU 42–20 15–12 3rd NCAA Regional
2001 FIU 43–21 16–11 2nd NCAA Regional
2002 FIU 42–19 15–13 4th NCAA Regional
2003 FIU 37–22 12–12 5th
2004 FIU 13–33 5–12 5th
2005 FIU 0–21 0–10 3rd
2006 FIU 36–24 12–12 4th
2007 FIU 26–29 12–17 10th
FIU: 284–207 104–115
Total: 1,033–604

      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

References

  1. ^ Doug Kroll (May 20, 2007). "FIU Fires Danny Price". www.slog.cstv.com. CSTV Networks, Inc. Retrieved June 15, 2018.
  2. ^ "Baseball Drops Season Opener 10–5 at Florida International". CSTV. 10 March 2005. Retrieved 7 July 2010.
  3. ^ "Danny Price steps down from the Sharks Helm". Miami Dade College. June 6, 2019.
  4. ^ Arthur Lantigua (April 13, 2017). "Price Vies For Winning On And Off The Field". www.mdcthereporter.com. The Reporter: The Student Newspaper at Miami Dade College. Retrieved June 15, 2018.

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