|2015 Miami Hurricanes baseball|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|2015 record||50-17 (22-8 ACC)|
|Head coach||Jim Morris (22nd season)|
|Assistant coach||Gino DiMare (16th season)|
|Assistant coach||J.D. Arteaga (13th season)|
|Assistant coach||Michael DeLucia (1st season)|
|Home stadium||Mark Light Field at Alex Rodriguez Park|
|2015 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball standings|
|x – Division champion |
? – Tournament champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2015; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
The 2015 Miami Hurricanes baseball team will represent the University of Miami during the 2015 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Hurricanes will play their home games at Mark Light Field at Alex Rodriguez Park as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They will be led by head coach Jim Morris, in his 22nd season at Miami.
In 2014, the Hurricanes finished the season as champions of the ACC's Coastal Division with a record of 44-19, 24-6 in conference play. They qualified for the 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament, and were eliminated in pool play. They qualified for the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, and were hosts of the Coral Gables regional which included Texas Tech, Columbia, and Bethune-Cookman. The Hurricanes shut out Bethune-Cookman, 1-0, in the opening game, but then fell 3-0 to Texas Tech to move into the loser's bracket. There, the Hurricanes again defeated the Wildcats, this time by a score of 10-0. In the first game of the regional final against the Red Raiders, Miami won 2-1 in 10 innings. However, in the second game, Texas Tech won 4-0 and advanced to the Lubbock Super Regional, and subsequently the College World Series.
|Jim Morris||Head Coach||22||Elon University (1973)|
|Gino DiMare||Assistant Coach||16||University of Miami (1992)|
|J.D. Arteaga||Assistant Coach||13||University of Miami (2002)|
|Michael DeLucia||Assistant Coach||1||Campbell University (2013)|
|Bold||Miami team member|
^ Collegiate Baseball ranks 40 teams in their preseason poll, but only ranks 30 teams weekly during the season.
+ NCBWA ranks 35 teams in their preseason poll, but only ranks 30 teams weekly during the season.
* New poll was not released for this week so for comparison purposes the previous week's ranking is inserted in this week's slot.