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Matt Fincher
Biographical details
BornAtlanta, Georgia
Playing career
1980–1981Wofford College
1982–1983Georgia College
Position(s)Catcher
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1985Eastern Illinois (graduate assistant)
1986–1990Georgia C&S (assistant)
1994–1996Georgia (assistant)
1997Andrew (interim HC)
1997–2006Chatham Anglers (assistant)
1998–2019USC Upstate
Head coaching record
Overall503–701
TournamentsASUN: 0–2
Big South: 0–1
NCAA: 0–0
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
  • ASUN Coach of the Year (2012)

Matt Fincher is an American former college baseball coach and player. He served as head coach of the USC Upstate Spartans baseball program from 1998 until 2019. From 1997 to 2006, he was assistant coach of the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League. His uniform number "23" was retired by Chatham in 2006.[1][2] He hails from Athens, Georgia.[3] On May 31, 2019, Fincher stepped down as the head coach at USC Upstate.[4]

Head coaching record

Statistics overview
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
USC Spartanburg/Upstate Spartans (Peach Belt Conference) (1998–2006)
1998 USC Spartanburg 13–40 5–24 11th
1999 USC Spartanburg 21–33 5–25 11th
2000 USC Spartanburg 13–40 6–24 10th
2001 USC Spartanburg 12–42 4–26 11th
2002 USC Spartanburg 21–34 5–24 11th
2003 USC Spartanburg 28–26 9–18 11th
2004 USC Spartanburg 24–28 11–19 10th
2005 USC Upstate 33–21 14–16 7th
2006 USC Upstate 33–24 13–14 6th
2007 USC Upstate 34–25 15–15 5th
USC Upstate Spartans (Atlantic Sun Conference) (2007–2018)
2008 USC Upstate 25–29 17–16 6th ineligible
2009 USC Upstate 17–37 7–23 11th ineligible
2010 USC Upstate 19–37 8–19 11th ineligible
2011 USC Upstate 19–36 10–18 9th
2012 USC Upstate 39–24 16–10 2nd Atlantic Sun Tournament
2013 USC Upstate 28–30 9–18 8th
2014 USC Upstate 17–38 6–20 9th
2015 USC Upstate 15–38 4–17 8th
2016 USC Upstate 22–30 5–15 8th
2017 USC Upstate 24–31 7–14 7th
2018 USC Upstate 23–28 5–14 8th
USC Upstate Spartans (Big South Conference) (2019)
2019 USC Upstate 23–30 9–17 8th Big South Tournament
USC Spartanburg/Upstate: 503–701 190–406
Total: 503–701

      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. ^ Adler, Eric (August 10, 2006). "Farewell Fincher: Chatham Says Goodbye To Its Beloved Assistant Coach After 10 Years Of Service With The A's". The Cape Cod Chronicle. Chatham, MA. pp. 61–62.
  2. ^ "Matt Fincher - BR Bullpen". www.baseball-reference.com.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Matt Fincher steps down as USC Upstate baseball coach". www.goupstate.com. GateHouse Media, LLC. May 31, 2019. Retrieved June 1, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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