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Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns baseball

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns
2021 Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns baseball team
Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns wordmark.svg
Founded1903 (1903)
UniversityUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette
Head coachMatt Deggs (2nd season)
ConferenceSun Belt
West Division
LocationLafayette, Louisiana
Home stadiumM. L. Tigue Moore Field at Russo Park
(Capacity: 6,033)
NicknameRagin' Cajuns
ColorsVermilion and white[1]
         
College World Series appearances
2000
NCAA regional champions
1999, 2000, 2014, 2015
NCAA Tournament appearances
1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Conference tournament champions
American South: 1988, 1990, 1991
Sun Belt: 1998, 2014, 2015, 2016
Conference champions
Gulf States: 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953
Southland: 1972, 1973
American South: 1989, 1990, 1991
Sun Belt: 1997, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2014, 2016

The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns baseball team is the college baseball team of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The Ragin' Cajuns baseball team competes in NCAA Division I in the Sun Belt Conference. They play their home games on campus at M. L. Tigue Moore Field at Russo Park and were coached by head coach Tony Robichaux, until his death on July 3, 2019. Matt Deggs was named the new head coach on July 17, 2019 and 2020 will mark his first season.[2]

History

Conference membership history

Stadium

Head coaches

Louisiana playing at UT Arlington in 2019
Louisiana playing at UT Arlington in 2019
Coach Seasons Years W L T Pct
C.J. McNaspy 2 1909–1910
J.G. Lee 5 1912–16 23 19 0 .548
T.R. Mobley 6 1922–27 32 29 2 .524
Cliff Johnson 6 1939–41, 1945–47 27 30 2 .475
Johnny Cain 3 1942–1944
Ray Didier 9 1948–56 137 78 0 .637
Pete Wilson 2 1960–61 23 36 0 .390
Sonny Roy 6 1962–67 88 86 1 .506
Eddie Mouton 1 1968 12 23 0 .343
Bob Banna 3 1969–71 59 47 0 .557
Don Lockwood 9 1972–80 207 197 2 .512
Mel Didier 2 1981–82 73 48 1 .602
Brad Kelley 2 1983–84 68 39 0 .636
Gene Shell 3 1985–87 77 59 0 .566
Emrick Jagneaux 1 1987 8 10 0 .444
Mike Boulanger 7 1988–94 291 141 0 .674
Tony Robichaux 22 1995–2019 817 513 1 .614
Matt Deggs 2 2020–Present 40 32 0 .556

NCAA Regional appearances

NCAA Regional Results
1989 Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK

Lost to Wichita State, 2-6
Lost to McNeese State, 6-11

1990 South I Regional at Baton Rouge, LA

Lost to LSU, 0-8
Lost to Southern Miss, 10-14

1991 South Regional at Baton Rouge, LA

Lost to Texas A&M, 4-16
Defeated Northwestern State, 11-7
Defeated South Alabama, 6-3
Defeated Texas A&M, 13-10
Lost to LSU, 5-8

1992 Central Regional at Austin, TX

Lost to Long Beach State, 6-7
Lost to VCU, 5-12

1997 Mideast Regional at Starkville, MS

Lost to Washington, 4-5
Lost to Georgia Tech, 0-8

1998 South II Regional at Baton Rouge, LA

Lost to Tulane, 5-11
Lost to LSU, 6-15

1999 Houston, TX Regional

Defeated Texas, 13-6
Defeated Houston, 5-3
Defeated Houston, 19-8

2000 Lafayette, LA Regional

Defeated McNeese State, 11-5
Defeated East Carolina, 5-3
Defeated East Carolina, 8-5

Louisiana-Lafayette receives #1 seed and hosts regional for first time

2002 Baton Rouge, LA Regional

Defeated Tulane, 6-3
Defeated LSU, 5-0
Lost to LSU, 12-2
Lost to LSU, 12-2

2005 New Orleans, LA Regional

Lost to Alabama, 5-7
Defeated Southern, 9-1
Lost to Alabama, 3-4

2007 College Station, TX Regional

Defeated Ohio State, 5-4
Defeated Texas A&M, 5-4
Lost to Texas A&M, 1-4
Lost to Texas A&M, 2-5

2010 Austin, TX Regional

Defeated Rice, 1-0
Lost to Texas, 2-4
Lost to Rice, 1-9

2013 Baton Rouge, LA Regional

Lost to Sam Houston State, 2-4
Defeated Jackson State, 15-1
Defeated Sam Houston State, 7-5
Lost to LSU, 1-5

2014 Lafayette, LA Regional

Lost to Jackson State, 0-1
Defeated San Diego State, 9-2
Defeated Jackson State, 11-1
Defeated Mississippi State, 14-8
Defeated Mississippi State, 5-3

2015 Houston, TX Regional

Defeated Rice, 7-6
Defeated Houston, 2-1
Defeated Rice, 5-2

2016 Lafayette, LA Regional

Defeated Princeton, 5-3
Defeated Arizona, 10-3
Lost to Arizona, 3-6
Lost to Arizona, 1-3

NCAA Super Regional appearances

NCAA Super Regional Results
1999 Houston, TX Super Regional

Defeated Rice, 12-8
Lost to Rice, 1-10
Lost to Rice, 3-8

2000 Columbia, SC Super Regional

Lost to South Carolina, 3-6
Defeated South Carolina, 7-1
Defeated South Carolina, 3-2

2014 Lafayette, LA Super Regional

Defeated Ole Miss, 9-5
Lost to Ole Miss, 2-5
Lost to Ole Miss, 4-10
Louisiana hosted a Super Regional for the first time

2015 Baton Rouge, LA Super Regional

Lost to LSU, 3-4
Lost to LSU, 3-6

NCAA College World Series appearances

NCAA College World Series Results
2000 College World Series at Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha, NE

Lost to No. 8 Stanford, 4-6
Defeated San Jose State, 6-3
Defeated No. 4 Clemson, 5-4
Lost to No. 8 Stanford, 9-19

Year-by-year results

Year Coach Overall record Conference record Notes
1995 Tony Robichaux 21–24 12–15; 6th
1996 Tony Robichaux 25–33 15–12; 3rd
1997 Tony Robichaux 43–18 22–5; 1st Starkville, Mississippi Regional
1998 Tony Robichaux 39–22 18–7; 2nd Baton Rouge, Louisiana Regional; SBC Tournament Champions
1999 Tony Robichaux 42–24 24–9; 2nd Houston, Texas Super Regional; Houston, Texas Regional Champions
2000 Tony Robichaux 49–20 20–10; 2nd T-3 NCAA College World Series; Columbia, South Carolina Super Regional Champions; Lafayette, Louisiana Regional Champions
2001 Tony Robichaux 28–28 12–15; T-7th
2002 Tony Robichaux 39–22 17–7; 2nd Baton Rouge, Louisiana Regional
2003 Tony Robichaux 29–30 15–9; 3rd
2004 Tony Robichaux 35–23 11–11; 4th
2005 Tony Robichaux 48–19 16–8; 1st New Orleans, Louisiana (Tulane) Regional
2006 Tony Robichaux 39–20 19–5; 2nd
2007 Tony Robichaux 45–17 23–7; 1st College Station, Texas Regional
2008 Tony Robichaux 30–29 16–14; T-5th
2009 Tony Robichaux 27–30–1 14–15; 5th
2010 Tony Robichaux 38–22 21–9; T-1st Austin, Texas Regional
2011 Tony Robichaux 31–27 18–12; 3rd
2012 Tony Robichaux 23–30 11–19; 10th
2013 Tony Robichaux 43–20 19–11; 3rd Baton Rouge, Louisiana Regional
2014 Tony Robichaux 58–10 26–4; 1st Lafayette, Louisiana Super Regional; Lafayette, Louisiana Regional Champions; SBC Tournament Champions
2015 Tony Robichaux 42–23 18–11; 3rd Baton Rouge, Louisiana Super Regional; Houston, Texas Regional Champions; SBC Tournament Champions
2016 Tony Robichaux 43–21 21–9; 1st Lafayette, Louisiana Regional; SBC Tournament Champions
2017 Tony Robichaux 35-21-1 19-10-1; 4th
2018 Tony Robichaux 30-23 15-12; 2nd West SBC West Division Champions
2019 Tony Robichaux 28-31 15-15; 4th West
2020 Matt Deggs 8-9 Season cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2021 Matt Deggs 32-23 13-11; 1st West SBC West Division Champions

NCAA tournament appearances

  • The Ragin' Cajuns reached the 2000 College World Series and eventually finished tied for 3rd after defeating Clemson but losing out to Stanford before the title game.
  • Hosted NCAA Regional in 2000, 2014, and 2016.
  • Hosted NCAA Super Regional in 2014.
  • Hosted NCAA Regional in 2016
  • In all, the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns have had 16 different NCAA Postseason appearances, including the 2015 Houston Regional and the Baton Rouge Super Regional.

Ragin' Cajuns in the Major Leagues

Major League Baseball

The Louisiana Ragin Cajuns have had 97 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "ULL Brand Guide and Graphic Standards Manual" (PDF). Retrieved March 27, 2016.
  2. ^ Kevin Foote (July 17, 2019). "UL will name Matt Deggs as its new head baseball coach just 15 days after Tony Robichaux's death". The Acadiana Advocate. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  3. ^ "MLB Amateur Draft Picks who came from "University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Lafayette, LA)"". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved 2015-06-13.

External links

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