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Jack Stallings

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jack Stallings
Biographical details
Born(1931-04-08)April 8, 1931
Durham, North Carolina
DiedJune 19, 2018(2018-06-19) (aged 87)
Tallahassee, Florida
Playing career
1951–1952Wake Forest
1953Roanoke Ro-Sox
1953–1954Greensboro Patriots
1954Bluefield Blue-Grays
Position(s)Second baseman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1955Wake Forest (Asst)
1956–1957North Carolina (Asst)
1958–1959Winston-Salem (NC) Hanes H.S.
1960–1968Wake Forest
1969–1974Florida State
1976–1999Georgia Southern
Head coaching record
Overall1,259–799–10

Jack Thomas Stallings (April 8, 1931 – June 19, 2018) was an American college baseball head coach. He was the head coach of Wake Forest University, Florida State University, and Georgia Southern University. He also helped manage the United States national baseball team in 1970 and 1973 and was an administrator for the 1984 US Olympic Team and the 1988 US Olympic Team. With over 1,200 games won as a head coach, he ranks 28th all-time with the most wins by any Division I coach, with his 859–582–5 tenure at Georgia Southern being a record for most wins and games coached. His #1 jersey is retired by the program. [1][2]

At Georgia Southern, he was named the TAAC Coach of the Year four times and Southern Conference Baseball Coach of the Year twice. [3][4][5]

He died on June 19, 2018, at the age of 87.[6]

Head coaching record

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Wake Forest Demon Deacons (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1960–1968)
1960 Wake Forest 14–7 7–7 5th
1961 Wake Forest 23–7 9–5 3rd
1962 Wake Forest 20–11 10–5 1st District 3 Finals
1963 Wake Forest 28–11 11–3 1st District 3 Finals
1964 Wake Forest 23–7 9–4 2nd
1965 Wake Forest 14–15 7–7 3rd
1966 Wake Forest 12–12 7–7 3rd
1967 Wake Forest 8–15–1 4–8–1 7th
1968 Wake Forest 10–24–1 5–15–1 8th
Wake Forest: 152–109–2
Florida State Seminoles (Independent) (1969–1974)
1969 Florida State 38–13–1
1970 Florida State 49–9–1 College World Series
1971 Florida State 41–17
1972 Florida State 45–23 District 3 Playoffs
1973 Florida State 38–21
1974 Florida State 37–25–1
Florida State: 248–108–3
Georgia Southern Eagles (Independent) (1976–1979)
1976 Georgia Southern 36–18
1977 Georgia Southern 38–25–1
1978 Georgia Southern 35–15
1979 Georgia Southern 46–15 Atlantic Regional Semifinals
Georgia Southern Eagles (Trans-American / Trans-Atlantic Conference) (1980–1991)
1980 Georgia Southern 38–21–1 Atlantic Regional First Round
1981 Georgia Southern 41–22–1 9–0 1st (East)
1982 Georgia Southern 34–33 5–5 2nd (East)
1983 Georgia Southern 38–24 [N 1]
1984 Georgia Southern 32–37 13–4 1st (East)
1985 Georgia Southern 41–23 14–3 1st (East)
1986 Georgia Southern 36–23–1 12–6 1st (East)
1987 Georgia Southern 33–30–1 13–5 1st (East) Atlantic Regional
1988 Georgia Southern 30–27 13–4 1st (East)
1989 Georgia Southern 33–27 12–6 2nd (East)
1990 Georgia Southern 50–19 17–1 1st (East) College World Series
1991 Georgia Southern 32–27 10–8 3rd (East)
Georgia Southern Eagles (Southern Conference) (1992–1999)
1992 Georgia Southern 31–27 15–6 3rd
1993 Georgia Southern 38–21 18–5 1st
1994 Georgia Southern 31–25 15–7 2nd
1995 Georgia Southern 35–24 14–10 2nd
1996 Georgia Southern 46–14 17–3 1st Atlantic Regional
1997 Georgia Southern 34–26 18–6 T–1st
1998 Georgia Southern 22–30 9–15 6th
1999 Georgia Southern 29–29 13–15 6th
Georgia Southern: 859–582–5
Total: 1259–799–10

      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

Awards

  • American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame

See also

Notes

  1. ^ No records for conferences games in 1983 exist, although they played a conference tournament

References

  1. ^ http://www.abcahalloffame.org/leftygomez/1979_stallings_jack?view=bio
  2. ^ "Jack Stallings". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved 2013-05-10. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ https://gseagles.com/documents/2018/2/12/2018_Baseball_Media_Guide.pdf
  4. ^ http://seminolesweb-8b76.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/2018-Media-Guide-for-web.pdf
  5. ^ http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/wake/sports/m-basebl/auto_pdf/2014-15/misc_non_event/yearbyyear.pdf
  6. ^ Georgia Southern Mourns the Passing of Jack Stallings
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