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List of college baseball coaches with 1,100 wins

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This is a list of NCAA baseball coaches with 1,100 career wins through the completion of the 2020 season.[1][2][3]

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* Active as of 2021

Coaches with 1,100 career wins

Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams Notes
1 Mike Martin 40 2029 736 4 .733 Florida State 1980–2019 Martin is the first NCAA baseball coach to amass 2,000 career victories
2 Augie Garrido 48 1975 951 9 .674 San Francisco State, 1969, Cal Poly, 1970–1972, Cal State Fullerton, 1973–1987, Illinois, 1988–1990, Cal State Fullerton, 1991–1996, Texas 1997–2016
3 Gordie Gillespie 59 1893 952 1 .665 Lewis 1953–1976, St. Francis (Ill.) 1977–1995, Ripon 1996–2005, St. Francis (Ill.) 2006–2011
4 Gene Stephenson 36 1768 675 3 .723 Wichita State 1978–2013
5 Ed Cheff 34 1705 430 2 .799 Lewis-Clark State 1977–2010[4]
6* Woody Hunt 39 1608 750 5 .682 Cumberland (TN) 1980–present[5]
7 Jim Morris 37 1594 716 4 .690 Georgia Tech 1982–1993, Miami (FL) 1994–2018
8 Mark Marquess 40 1585 862 7 .647 Stanford 1977–2017
9* Denney Crabaugh 32 1516 468 2 .764 Oklahoma City 1989–present
10 Larry Hays 38 1508 860 4 .637 Lubbock Christian 1971–1986, Texas Tech 1987–2008
11* Paul Mainieri 38 1488 766 8 .660 St. Thomas (FL) 1983–1988, Air Force 1989–1994, Notre Dame 1995–2006, LSU 2007–present
12 Mike Fox 37 1487 547 5 .731 NC Wesleyan 1983–1994, 1996–1998, North Carolina 1999–2020
13 Chuck Hartman 47 1444 816 8 .638 High Point 1960–1978, Virginia Tech 1979–2006
14 Don Schaly 40 1438 329 13 .812 Marietta 1964–2003
15 Cliff Gustafson 29 1427 373 2 .792 Texas 1968–1996
16 Bill Holowaty 44 1412 528 7 .727 Eastern Connecticut State 1969–2012
17 Ron Polk 35 1373 702 2 .662 Georgia Southern 1972–1975, Mississippi State 1976–1997, Georgia 2000–2001, Mississippi State 2002–2008
18 Jim Gilligan 40 1353 895 7 .602 Western New Mexico 1972, Lamar 1973–1986, 1992–2016
19 Rod Dedeaux 44 1342 597 16 .691 USC 1942–1947, 1949–1986
20 Jack Leggett 36 1332 770 1 .634 Vermont 1978–1982, Western Carolina 1983–1991, Clemson 1994–2015
21 Larry Cochell 39 1331 813 3 .621 Emporia 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
22* John Anderson 39 1329 917 3 .592 Minnesota 1982–present
23 Mike Metheny 37 1324 679 3 .668 Southeastern Oklahoma State 1981–2017
24 Dave Van Horn 31 1315 635 0 .674 Northwestern State 1995-1997 Nebraska 1998-2002 Arkansas 2003-present
25 Joe Roberts 34 1314 640 6 .672 Armstrong Atlantic 1980–2013
26 Pete Dunn 37 1312 887 3 .597 Stetson 1980–2016
27 Tommy Thomas 40 1308 825 6 .613 Valdosta State 1968–2007
28* Danny Hall 30 1298 687 1 .654 Kent State 1988-93, Georgia Tech 1994–present
29* Keith Guttin 35 1303 831 0 .611 Missouri State 1983–present
30 Bob Bennett 34 1300 757 8 .631 Fresno State 1967, 1970–2002
31 Ron Fraser 30 1267 440 9 .741 Miami (FL) 1963–1992
32 Jack Stallings 39 1255 799 10 .610 Wake Forest 1960–1968, Florida State 1969–1974, Georgia Southern 1976–1999
33* Gary Gilmore 28 1244 622 4 .666 South Carolina Aiken 1990–1995, Coastal Carolina 1996–present
34 Itch Jones 39 1242 752 6 .623 MacMurray 1966–1968, Southern Illinois 1970–1990, Illinois 1991–2005
35 Q.V. Lowe 28 1242 689 5 .643 Auburn University Montgomery 1987-2014
36 Jim Dietz 31 1230 751 18 .620 San Diego State 1972–2002
37 Jay Bergman 32 1210 707 3 .631 Florida 1976–1981, UCF 1983–2008
38 Al Ogletree 40 1208 710 1 .630 Dallas 1958–1965, Sul Ross State 1966–1968, Texas–Pan American 1969–1997
39* Bobby Halford 32 1203 754 0 .615 William Carey 1985–present
40 Jim Mallon 34 1196 602 1 .665 Southwestern 1971–2004
41* Bob Babb 40 1183 435 15 .729 Johns Hopkins 1980–present
42 Andy Lopez 33 1177 742 7 .613 Cal State Dominguez Hills 1983–1988, Pepperdine 1989–1994, Florida 1995–2001, Arizona 2002–2015
43 Tim Pettorini 36 1173 435 6 .683 Wooster 1982–present
44 Wayne Graham 26 1173 528 2 .689 Rice 1992–2018
45 Tony Robichaux 36 1173 765 2 .605 McNeese State 1987–1994, Louisiana 1995–2019
46 Gary Adams 35 1172 892 12 .567 UC Irvine 1970–1974, UCLA 1975–2004
47* Lou Yacinich 44 1170 827 0 .586 Grand View 1974–present
48 Bill Wilhelm 36 1161 536 10 .683 Clemson 1958–1993
49 Norm DeBriyn 33 1161 650 6 .641 Arkansas 1970–2002
50 Jack Coffey 47 1160 482 13 .705 Fordham 1909–1917, 1919–1921, 1923–1943, 1945–1958[6]
51 Chuck Brayton 33 1158 525 6 .687 Washington State 1962–1994
52* Charlie Migl 31 1144 532 0 .689 St. Mary's (TX) 1987–present
53* George Valesente 45 1143 518 8 .687 Brockport 1973-74, SUNY New Paltz 1975-76, SUNY Maritime 1977-78, Ithaca 1979–present
54 Ray Tanner 25 1133 489 3 .698 NC State 1988–1996, South Carolina 1997–2012
55 Frank Vieira 44 1127 324 6 .776 New Haven 1963–2006
56 Mike Gillespie 30 1156 720 2 .617 USC 1987–2006, UC Irvine 2008–2018
57* Tom Austin 38 1118 522 10 .681 Methodist University 1980–present
58 Don Brandon 38 1110 588 5 .653 Anderson (IN) 1972–2010

References

  1. ^ "Baseball Coaching Records" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved June 12, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved February 14, 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) (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. ^ "Baseball Winningest Active Coaches" (PDF). NAIA. Retrieved January 1, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "Ed Cheff, longtime Lewis-Clark State baseball coach, retiring". The Oregonian. June 30, 2010.
  5. ^ "Woody Hunt". Cumberland University. Missing or empty |url= (help)
  6. ^ "Jack Coffey". Hall of Fame Inductees. American Baseball Coaches Association. Retrieved June 12, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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