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Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minnesota Golden Gophers
2021 Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball team
Minnesota Golden Gophers logo.svg
Founded1876
UniversityUniversity of Minnesota
Head coachJohn Anderson (40th season)
ConferenceBig Ten
LocationMinneapolis, Minnesota
Home stadiumSiebert Field (primary)
U.S. Bank Stadium (secondary)
(Capacity: 1,420 (Siebert))
NicknameGolden Gophers
ColorsMaroon and gold[1]
         
NCAA Tournament champions
1956, 1960, 1964
College World Series appearances
1956, 1960, 1964, 1973, 1977
NCAA regional champions
2018
NCAA Tournament appearances
1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2016, 2018
Conference tournament champions
1982, 1985, 1988, 1992, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2010, 2018
Conference champions
1933, 1935, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1992, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2016, 2018
For information on all University of Minnesota sports, see Minnesota Golden Gophers

The Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball team is the varsity intercollegiate athletic team of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The team competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I and are members of the Big Ten Conference.

Home stadiums

Siebert Field

Siebert Field is the home baseball park for the Golden Gophers. The Old Siebert Field hosted its first game on April 23, 1971 – a 2–1 Gopher victory over Creighton. On June 11, 2012, Old Siebert Field was demolished to begin construction on the new Seibert Field. The new Siebert Field hosted its first game on April 5, 2013, which the Gophers won 7–0 over Ohio State.[2]

U. S. Bank Stadium

U. S. Bank Stadium is the alternate stadium for the Golden Gophers. Opened in 2017 for baseball use, it is primarily used for February and March games, including non-conference home games including a major pre-conference season tournaments featuring top teams from major conferences. Like its predecessor, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, on the same site, the indoor venue allowed the team to play home games when most cold-weather teams had to play road games, and allows for additional home games for the team, a huge advantage in the Big Ten conference. Roughly 40% of home games are played at U. S. Bank Stadium.

Year-by-year results

Season Coach Record Notes
Overall Big Ten
1876 Unknown 0–1
1877 No Team
1878 Unknown 2–1
1879 No Team
1880 Unknown 0–1
1881 No Team
1882 No Team
1883 Unknown 2–1
1884 2–1
1885 3–1–1
1886 2–0
1887 1–2–1
1888 0–1
1889 2–1
1890 1–1
1891 5–3
1892 3–4 1–2
1893 3–5 3–3
1894 9–5 0–2
1895 2–2 0–1
1896 1–2
1897 2–2
1898 3–2
1899 8–5
1900 17–11–1 4–3
1901 22–7–1 4–3
1902 13–10 3–2
1903 No Team
1904 Unknown 10–9 0–5
1905 No Team
1906 Unknown 10–10 3–3
1907 16–6 3–1
1908 Walter Wilmot 17–5–1 6–2
1909 9–7–2 0–5
1910 Walter Wilmot & Perry Werden 10–9 3–5
1911 Wilkie Clarke 13–7–1 4–4
1912 No Team
1913 Dr. Denny Sullivan 9–5–3 3–3
1914 10–9 4–6
1915 Frosty Thomas 13–6 3–6
1916 No Team
1917 No Team
1918 No Team
1919 No Team
1920 No Team
1921 No Team
1922 Bee Lawler & Russ Ford 6–11 2–6
1923 Lee Watrous, Jr. 4–11 3–7
1924 12–9 5–3
1925 11–9 6–6
1926 5–10 3–5
1927 George Clark 5–8–1 3–4
1928 Dutch Bergman 3–12–1 2–9
1929 6–11 4–7
1930 17–12 4–6
1931 Frank McCormick 11–11 2–7
1932 9–9 5–5
1933 12–2 6–1 Big Ten Champions
1934 7–9 4–8
1935 17–13 8–3 Big Ten Champions
1936 17–7 7–4
1937 11–9 6–5
1938 11–11 4–7
1939 16–13 7–5
1940 15–6 6–4
1941 14–9 7–5
1942 Dave MacMillan 11–10 5–7
1943 14–3–1 7–3
1944 13–5 5–3
1945 10–4 4–4
1946 14–5 6–4
1947 4–9 2–9
1948 Dick Siebert 14–12 4–8
1949 14–15–1 4–7–1
1950 11–17 1–8
1951 15–10 6–6
1952 17–15 7–7
1953 19–9 7–5
1954 17–14 6–9
1955 23–9 10–5
1956 33–9 11–2 Big Ten Champions, College World Series Champions
1957 16–8–2 6–5
1958 26–7 11–3 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1959 22–8 10–2 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1960 34–7–1 12–2–1 Big Ten Champions, College World Series Champions
1961 21–9 12–3
1962 14–16 3–10
1963 24–11 9–6
1964 31–12 11–3 Big Ten Champions, College World Series Champions
1965 17–11 5–7
1966 27–10–2 11–2–1
1967 32–10 12–5
1968 35–9 14–2 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1969 36–12 15–3 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1970 34–16 15–3 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1971 28–13 12–6
1972 15–13 9–5
1973 25–13 11–5 Big Ten Champions, College World Series
1974 25–13 11–5 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
1975 20–11 13–40
1976 38–11 12–6 NCAA Regional
1977 39–12 15–3 Big Ten Champions, College World Series
1978 25–17 7–7
1979 George Thomas 25–14 12–6
1980 33–13 14–4
1981 37–16 13–3 Big Ten West Division Champions, NCAA Regional
1982 John Anderson 33–22–1 8–8 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
1983 27–21 12–2 Big Ten West Division Champions
1984 31–20 11–5 Big Ten West Division Champions
1985 33–23 9–7 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
1986 40–19 10–5 Big Ten West Division Champions
1987 36–25 12–4 Big Ten West Division Champions, NCAA Regional
1988 38–28 17–11 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
1989 31–22–1 15–12
1990 36–24–1 19–9
1991 37–27 18–10 NCAA Regional
1992 42–21 18–10 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
1993 43–18 17–9 NCAA Regional
1994 42–21 21–7 NCAA Regional
1995 31–28 16–12
1996 30–26 15–12
1997 30–24 15–10
1998 45–15 19–9 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
1999 46–18 21–7 NCAA Regional
2000 38–24 20–8 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
2001 39–21 19–8 Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
2002 32–26 18–10 Big Ten Champions
2003 40–22 24–6 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
2004 38–23 21–10 Big Ten Champions, Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
2005 33–29 17–15
2006 34–26 17–14
2007 41–18 18–9 NCAA Regional
2008 20–35 10–21
2009 40–19 17–6 NCAA Regional
2010 32–30 15–9 Big Ten Champions, Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
2011 25–24 13–11
2012 29–27 11–13
2013 32–22 13–8
2014 27–24 13–11
2015 21–30 9–15
2016 34–20 16–7 Big Ten Champions, NCAA Regional
2017 36–21 15–8
2018 41–13 18–4 Big Ten Champions, Big Ten Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional, NCAA Super Regional
2019 29–27 15–8
2020 8–10 0–0 Season canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2021 6–31 6-31 Big Ten opponents only due to COVID-19 pandemic

Individual awards

All Americans

College World Series

College World Series Most Outstanding Player Award

Jerry Thomas, P, 1956
John Erickson, 2B – 1960
Dave Winfield, OF/P – 1973

All College World Series

Conference Awards

Current and former major league players

Source: Baseball Reference

References

  1. ^ "Colors and Type | University Relations | University of Minnesota, Twin Cities". Retrieved December 28, 2016.
  2. ^ "2012–2013 Schedule". gophersports.com. Retrieved July 10, 2018.

External links

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