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List of current NCAA Division I baseball coaches

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of current NCAA Division I baseball coaches. Currently, 300 programs compete at the Division I level in NCAA college baseball.[1] Each program employs a head coach. The longest-tenured head coach is Tony Rossi, who has been the head coach at Siena since the start of the 1970 season.

Coaches

The below table includes the program, conference, and head coach of each Division I baseball program. Conference affiliations are current for the NCAA baseball season in 2021.

Program Conference Head coach First season
Albany America East Jon Mueller[2] 2000
Binghamton America East Tim Sinicki[3] 1993
Hartford America East Justin Blood[4] 2012
Maine America East Nick Derba 2018
NJIT America East Robbie McClellan 2019
Stony Brook America East Matt Senk[5] 1991
UMass Lowell America East Ken Harring[6] 2005
UMBC America East Liam Bowen 2019
Cincinnati The American Scott Googins 2018
East Carolina The American Cliff Godwin[7] 2015
Houston The American Todd Whitting[8] 2011
Memphis The American Daron Schoenrock[9] 2005
South Florida The American Billy Mohl 2018
Tulane The American Travis Jewett 2017
UCF The American Greg Lovelady 2017
Wichita State The American Eric Wedge 2020
Bellarmine ASUN Larry Owens 2014
Florida Gulf Coast ASUN Dave Tollett[10] 2003
Jacksonville ASUN Chris Hayes 2017
Kennesaw State ASUN Mike Sansing[11] 1992
Liberty ASUN Scott Jackson 2017
Lipscomb ASUN Jeff Forehand[12] 2007
North Alabama ASUN Mike Keehn 2009
North Florida ASUN Tim Parenton 2018
Stetson ASUN Steve Trimper 2017
Boston College Atlantic Coast Mike Gambino[13] 2011
Clemson Atlantic Coast Monte Lee[14] 2016
Duke Atlantic Coast Chris Pollard[15] 2013
Florida State Atlantic Coast Mike Martin Jr. 2020
Georgia Tech Atlantic Coast Danny Hall[16] 1994
Louisville Atlantic Coast Dan McDonnell[17] 2007
Miami (FL) Atlantic Coast Gino DiMare 2019
North Carolina Atlantic Coast Scott Forbes[18] 2021
NC State Atlantic Coast Elliott Avent[19] 1997
Notre Dame Atlantic Coast Link Jarrett 2020
Pittsburgh Atlantic Coast Mike Bell 2019
Virginia Atlantic Coast Brian O'Connor[20] 2004
Virginia Tech Atlantic Coast John Szefc 2018
Wake Forest Atlantic Coast Tom Walter[21] 2010
Davidson Atlantic 10 Rucker Taylor 2019
Dayton Atlantic 10 Jayson King 2018
Fordham Atlantic 10 Kevin Leighton[22] 2012
George Mason Atlantic 10 Bill Brown[23] 1982
George Washington Atlantic 10 Gregg Ritchie[24] 2013
La Salle Atlantic 10 David Miller 2018
UMass Atlantic 10 Matt Reynolds[25] 2018
Rhode Island Atlantic 10 Raphael Cerrato[26] 2015
Richmond Atlantic 10 Tracy Woodson[27] 2014
St. Bonaventure Atlantic 10 Larry Sudbrook[28] 1986
Saint Joseph's Atlantic 10 Fritz Hamburg[29] 2009
Saint Louis Atlantic 10 Darin Hendrickson[30] 2008
VCU Atlantic 10 Shawn Stiffler[31] 2013
Butler Big East Dave Schrage 2017
Creighton Big East Ed Servais[32] 2004
Georgetown Big East Edwin Thompson 2021
St. John's Big East Mike Hampton 2020
Seton Hall Big East Rob Sheppard[33] 2004[a]
UConn Big East Jim Penders[34] 2004
Villanova Big East Kevin Mulvey 2017
Xavier Big East Billy O'Conner 2018
Campbell Big South Justin Haire[35][36] 2015
Charleston Southern Big South Marc MacMillan 2021
Gardner–Webb Big South Jim Chester 2020
High Point Big South Craig Cozart[37] 2009
Longwood Big South Ryan Mau[38] 2015
Presbyterian Big South Elton Pollock[39] 2005
Radford Big South Karl Kuhn 2020
UNC Asheville Big South Scott Friedholm[40] 2015
USC Upstate Big South Mike McGuire 2020
Winthrop Big South Tom Riginos[41] 2011
Illinois Big Ten Dan Hartleb[42] 2006
Indiana Big Ten Jeff Mercer 2019
Iowa Big Ten Rick Heller[43] 2014
Maryland Big Ten Rob Vaughn 2018
Michigan Big Ten Erik Bakich[44] 2013
Michigan State Big Ten Jake Boss[45] 2009
Minnesota Big Ten John Anderson[46] 1982
Nebraska Big Ten Will Bolt 2020
Northwestern Big Ten Spencer Allen[47] 2016
Ohio State Big Ten Greg Beals[48] 2011
Penn State Big Ten Rob Cooper[49] 2014
Purdue Big Ten Greg Goff 2020
Rutgers Big Ten Steve Owens 2020
Baylor Big 12 Steve Rodriguez[50] 2016
Kansas Big 12 Ritch Price[51] 2003
Kansas State Big 12 Pete Hughes 2019
Oklahoma Big 12 Skip Johnson 2018
Oklahoma State Big 12 Josh Holliday[52] 2013
Texas Big 12 David Pierce[53] 2017
TCU Big 12 Jim Schlossnagle[54] 2004
Texas Tech Big 12 Tim Tadlock[55] 2013
West Virginia Big 12 Randy Mazey[56] 2013
Cal Poly Big West Larry Lee[57] 2003
Cal State Bakersfield Big West Jeremy Beard 2018
Cal State Fullerton Big West Rick Vanderhook[58] 2012
Cal State Northridge Big West Dave Serrano 2020
Hawaii Big West Mike Trapasso[59] 2002
Long Beach State Big West Eric Valenzuela 2020
UC Davis Big West Matt Vaughn[60] 2012
UC Irvine Big West Ben Orloff 2019
UC Riverside Big West Justin Johnson 2021
UC San Diego Big West Eric Newman 2012
UC Santa Barbara Big West Andrew Checketts[61] 2012
College of Charleston Colonial Athletic Chad Holbrook 2018
Delaware Colonial Athletic Jim Sherman[62] 2001
Elon Colonial Athletic Mike Kennedy[63] 1997
Hofstra Colonial Athletic John Russo[64] 2012
James Madison Colonial Athletic Marlin Ikenberry[65] 2016
Northeastern Colonial Athletic Mike Glavine[66] 2015
Towson Colonial Athletic Matt Tyner 2018
UNC Wilmington Colonial Athletic Randy Hood 2020
William & Mary Colonial Athletic Brian Murphy[67] 2014
Charlotte Conference USA Robert Woodard 2020
Florida Atlantic Conference USA John McCormack[68] 2009
FIU Conference USA Mervyl Melendez 2017
Louisiana Tech Conference USA Lane Burroughs 2017
Marshall Conference USA Jeff Waggoner[69] 2007
Middle Tennessee Conference USA Jim Toman 2019
Old Dominion Conference USA Chris Finwood[70] 2012
Rice Conference USA Matt Bragga[71] 2019
Southern Miss Conference USA Scott Berry[72] 2010
UAB Conference USA Perry Roth 2021
UTSA Conference USA Patrick Hallmark 2020
Western Kentucky Conference USA John Pawlowski[73] 2016
Milwaukee Horizon Scott Doffek[74] 2007
Northern Kentucky Horizon Todd Asalon[75] 2001
Oakland Horizon Jordon Banfield 2021
Purdue Fort Wayne Horizon Doug Schreiber 2020
UIC Horizon Mike Dee[76] 1999
Wright State Horizon Alex Sogard 2019
Youngstown State Horizon Dan Bertolini[77] 2017
Brown Ivy League Grant Achilles[78] 2015
Columbia Ivy League Brett Boretti[79] 2006
Cornell Ivy League Dan Pepicelli 2016
Dartmouth Ivy League Bob Whalen[80] 1990
Harvard Ivy League Bill Decker[81] 2013
Penn Ivy League John Yurkow[82] 2014
Princeton Ivy League Scott Bradley[83] 1998
Yale Ivy League John Stuper[84] 1993
Canisius MAAC Matt Mazurek 2018
Fairfield MAAC Bill Currier[85] 2012
Iona MAAC Paul Panik 2019
Manhattan MAAC Mike Cole 2018
Marist MAAC Chris Tracz[86] 2010
Monmouth MAAC Dean Ehehalt[87] 1994
Niagara MAAC Rob McCoy[88] 2009
Quinnipiac MAAC John Delaney[89] 2015
Rider MAAC Barry Davis[90] 2005
Saint Peter's MAAC Lou Proietti 2020
Siena MAAC Tony Rossi[91] 1970
Akron Mid-American Chris Sabo 2020
Ball State Mid-American Rich Maloney[92] 2013
Bowling Green Mid-American Kyle Hallock 2021
Central Michigan Mid-American Jordan Bischel[93] 2019
Eastern Michigan Mid-American Eric Roof[94] 2018
Kent State Mid-American Jeff Duncan[95] 2014
Miami (OH) Mid-American Dan Hayden[96] 2014
Northern Illinois Mid-American Mike Kunigonis[97] 2015
Ohio Mid-American Rob Smith[98] 2013
Toledo Mid-American Rob Reinstetle 2020
Western Michigan Mid-American Billy Gernon[99] 2011
Bethune-Cookman MEAC[b] Jonathan Hernandez 2019
Coppin State MEAC Sherman Reed[100] 2011
Delaware State MEAC J. P. Blandin[101] 2001
Florida A&M MEAC[b] Jamey Shouppe[102] 2014
Maryland Eastern Shore MEAC Brian Hollamon 2018
Norfolk State MEAC Keith Shumate 2018
North Carolina A&T MEAC[c] Ben Hall[103] 2012
North Carolina Central MEAC Jim Koerner[104] 2012
Bradley Missouri Valley Elvis Dominguez[105] 2009
Dallas Baptist Missouri Valley Dan Heefner[106] 2008
Evansville Missouri Valley Wes Carroll[107] 2009
Illinois State Missouri Valley Steve Holm 2019
Indiana State Missouri Valley Mitch Hannahs[108] 2014
Missouri State Missouri Valley Keith Guttin[109] 1983
Southern Illinois Missouri Valley Lance Rhodes 2020
Valparaiso Missouri Valley Brian Schmack[110] 2014
Air Force Mountain West Mike Kazlausky[111] 2011
Fresno State Mountain West Mike Batesole[112] 2003
Nevada Mountain West T. J. Bruce[113] 2016
New Mexico Mountain West Ray Birmingham[114] 2008
San Diego State Mountain West Mark Martinez[115] 2014
San Jose State Mountain West Brad Sanfilippo 2018
UNLV Mountain West Stan Stolte 2016
Bryant Northeast Ryan Klosterman 2020
Central Connecticut Northeast Charlie Hickey[116] 2000
Fairleigh Dickinson Northeast Rob DiToma 2020
LIU Northeast Dan Pirillo 2017[d]
Merrimack Northeast Nick Barese 2015
Mount St. Mary's Northeast Scott Thomson[119] 1998
Sacred Heart Northeast Nick Restaino 2018
Wagner Northeast Jim Carone[120] 2012
Austin Peay Ohio Valley Travis Janssen 2016
Belmont Ohio Valley Dave Jarvis[121] 1998
Eastern Illinois Ohio Valley Jason Anderson[122] 2016
Eastern Kentucky Ohio Valley[e] Chris Prothro 2021
Jacksonville State Ohio Valley[e] Jim Case[123] 2002
Morehead State Ohio Valley Mik Aoki 2020
Murray State Ohio Valley Dan Skirka 2019
Southeast Missouri State Ohio Valley Andy Sawyers 2017
SIU Edwardsville Ohio Valley Sean Lyons[124] 2017
Tennessee–Martin Ohio Valley Ryan Jenkins 2018
Tennessee Tech Ohio Valley Steve Smith 2020
Arizona Pac-12 Jay Johnson[125] 2016
Arizona State Pac-12 Tracy Smith[126] 2015
California Pac-12 Mike Neu[127] 2018
Oregon Pac-12 Mark Wasikowski 2020
Oregon State Pac-12 Mitch Canham 2020
Stanford Pac-12 David Esquer[128] 2018
UCLA Pac-12 John Savage[129] 2005
USC Pac-12 Jason Gill 2020
Utah Pac-12 Bill Kinneberg[130] 2005
Washington Pac-12 Lindsay Meggs[131] 2010
Washington State Pac-12 Brian Green 2020
Army Patriot League Jim Foster 2017
Bucknell Patriot League Scott Heather[132] 2013
Holy Cross Patriot League Ed Kahovec 2020
Lafayette Patriot League Tim Reilly 2021
Lehigh Patriot League Sean Leary[133] 1996
Navy Patriot League Paul Kostacopoulos[134] 2006
Alabama Southeastern Brad Bohannon 2018
Arkansas Southeastern Dave Van Horn[135] 2003
Auburn Southeastern Butch Thompson[136] 2014
Florida Southeastern Kevin O'Sullivan[137] 2008
Georgia Southeastern Scott Stricklin[138] 2014
Kentucky Southeastern Nick Mingione[139] 2017
LSU Southeastern Paul Mainieri[140] 2007
Mississippi State Southeastern Chris Lemonis[141] 2019
Missouri Southeastern Steve Bieser[142] 2017
Ole Miss Southeastern Mike Bianco[143] 2001
South Carolina Southeastern Mark Kingston[144] 2018
Tennessee Southeastern Tony Vitello 2018
Texas A&M Southeastern Rob Childress[145] 2006
Vanderbilt Southeastern Tim Corbin[146] 2003
The Citadel Southern Tony Skole[147][148] 2018
East Tennessee State Southern Joe Pennucci 2018
Mercer Southern Craig Gibson[149] 2004
Samford Southern Casey Dunn[150] 2005
UNC Greensboro Southern Billy Godwin 2020
VMI Southern Jonathan Hadra[151] 2015
Western Carolina Southern Bobby Moranda[152] 2008
Wofford Southern Todd Interdonato[153] 2008
Abilene Christian Southland[f] Rick McCarty 2019
Central Arkansas Southland Allen Gum[154] 2011
Houston Baptist Southland Jared Moon[155] 2006
Incarnate Word Southland Ryan Shotzberger 2020
Lamar Southland[f] Will Davis[156] 2017
McNeese State Southland Justin Hill[157] 2014
New Orleans Southland Blake Dean[158] 2016
Nicholls Southland Seth Thibodeaux[159] 2011
Northwestern State Southland Bobby Barbier 2017
Sam Houston Southland[f] Jay Sirianni 2020
Southeastern Louisiana Southland Matt Riser[160] 2014
Stephen F. Austin Southland[f] Johnny Cardenas[161] 2009
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Southland Scott Malone[162] 2008
Alabama A&M SWAC Elliot Jones 2021
Alabama State SWAC José Vázquez 2017
Alcorn State SWAC Bretton Richardson 2016
Arkansas–Pine Bluff SWAC Carlos James[163] 2011
Grambling State SWAC James Cooper[164] 2010
Jackson State SWAC Omar Johnson[165] 2007
Mississippi Valley State SWAC Aaron Stevens[166] 2015
Prairie View A&M SWAC Auntwan Riggins 2016
Southern SWAC Chris Crenshaw 2021
Texas Southern SWAC Michael Robertson[167] 2009
North Dakota State Summit Tod Brown[168] 2008
Omaha Summit Evan Porter 2017
Oral Roberts Summit Ryan Folmar[169] 2013{{^|
South Dakota State Summit Rob Bishop 2017
Western Illinois Summit Andy Pascoe 2020
Appalachian State Sun Belt Kermit Smith 2017
Arkansas State Sun Belt Tommy Raffo[170] 2009
Coastal Carolina Sun Belt Gary Gilmore[171] 1996
Georgia Southern Sun Belt Rodney Hennon[172] 2000
Georgia State Sun Belt Brad Stromdahl 2020
Little Rock Sun Belt Chris Curry[173] 2015
Louisiana Sun Belt Matt Deggs 2020
Louisiana–Monroe Sun Belt Michael Federico 2018
South Alabama Sun Belt Mark Calvi[174] 2012
Texas State Sun Belt Steven Trout 2020
Troy Sun Belt Mark Smartt 2017
UT Arlington Sun Belt Darin Thomas[175] 2008
BYU West Coast Mike Littlewood[176] 2013
Gonzaga West Coast Mark Machtolf[177] 2004
Loyola Marymount West Coast Nathan Choate 2020
Pacific West Coast Chris Rodriguez 2020
Pepperdine West Coast Rick Hirtensteiner[178] 2016
Portland West Coast Geoff Loomis[179] 2016
Saint Mary's West Coast Greg Moore 2020
San Diego West Coast Rich Hill[180] 1999
San Francisco West Coast Nino Giarratano[181] 1999
Santa Clara West Coast Rusty Filter 2018
California Baptist Western Athletic Gary Adcock 2004
Dixie State Western Athletic Chris Pfatenhauer 2013
Grand Canyon Western Athletic Andy Stankiewicz[182] 2012
New Mexico State Western Athletic Mike Kirby 2020
Northern Colorado Western Athletic[g] Carl Iwasaki[183] 2011
Sacramento State Western Athletic Reggie Christiansen[184] 2011
Seattle Western Athletic Donny Harrel[185] 2009
Tarleton Western Athletic Aaron Meade 2020
UTRGV Western Athletic Derek Matlock 2018
Utah Valley Western Athletic Eric Madsen[186] 2009

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Sheppard also served as Seton Hall's head coach for the 2001 season. He has held the position for a total of 12 seasons, as of the end of the 2014 season.
  2. ^ a b Bethune–Cookman and Florida A&M will leave the MEAC in July 2021 to join the SWAC.
  3. ^ North Carolina A&T will leave the MEAC in July 2021 to join the Big South Conference.
  4. ^ Pirillo was originally hired by LIU's Brooklyn campus; before the 2019–20 school year, LIU operated separate athletic programs at its Brooklyn and Post campuses (the latter competed in NCAA Division II). The university merged its two athletic programs after the 2019 season into a single program that inherited Brooklyn's memberships in Division I and the Northeast Conference and now competes as the LIU Sharks. Pirillo was named head coach of the newly unified team.[117][118]
  5. ^ a b Central Arkansas, Eastern Kentucky, and Jacksonville State will all leave their current conferences in July 2021 to join the ASUN Conference.
  6. ^ a b c d Abilene Christian, Lamar, Sam Houston, and Stephen F. Austin will leave the Southland in July 2021 to join the Western Athletic Conference.
  7. ^ Northern Colorado will join the Summit League for the 2022 season as an affiliate member only in baseball.

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