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2017 Missouri Tigers Baseball Team

2010

2010 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big 12 Conference
2010 record 29-26 (10-16 Big 12)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (16th year)
Assistant coach Evan Pratte, 13th year
Tony Vitello, 8th year
Seasons
2009
2011 ->
2010 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#3 Texas + 24 - 3   .889     46 - 11   .807
#13 Oklahoma 15 - 10   .600     44 - 15   .746
Kansas State 14 - 12   .538     36 - 20   .643
Texas A&M ? 14 - 12   .538     40 - 19   .678
Texas Tech 13 - 14   .481     28 - 29   .491
Baylor 12 - 13   .480     34 - 22   .607
Kansas 11 - 15   .423     31 - 27   .534
Missouri 10 - 16   .385     29 - 26   .527
Nebraska 10 - 17   .370     27 - 27   .500
Oklahoma State 8 - 19   .296     29 - 26   .527
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
As of June 30, 2010; Rankings from Coaches' Poll


Roster

Schedule

Tigers in the 2010 MLB Draft

The following members of the Missouri Tigers baseball program were drafted in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft.

Player Position Round Overall MLB Team
Brett Nicholas C 6th 196th Texas Rangers
Aaron Senne 1B 10th 317th Florida Marlins
Nick Tepesch RHP 14th 436th Texas Rangers
Michael Liberto SS 21st 629th Kansas City Royals
Tyler Clark RHP 24th 733rd Detroit Tigers

2011

2011 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big 12 Conference
2011 record 27-32 (11-15 Big 12)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (17th year)
Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson (1st year)
Matt Hobbs (1st year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2010
2012 ->
2011 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#7 Texas +y 19 - 8   .704     49 - 19   .721
#8 Texas A&M +?y 19 - 8   .704     47 - 22   .681
Oklahoma y 14 - 11   .560     41 - 19   .683
Oklahoma State y 14 - 12   .538     35 - 25   .583
Baylor y 13 - 14   .481     31 - 28   .525
Kansas State y 12 - 14   .462     36 - 25   .590
Texas Tech 12 - 15   .444     33 - 25   .569
Missouri 11 - 15   .423     27 - 32   .458
Nebraska 9 - 17   .346     30 - 25   .545
Kansas 9 - 18   .333     26 - 30   .464
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 2011[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

2012

2012 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big 12 Conference
2012 record 33-28 (10-14 Big 12)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (18th year)
Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson (2nd year)
Matt Hobbs (2nd year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2011
2013 ->
2012 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#4 Baylor +y 20 - 4   .833     47 - 15   .758
#8 Texas A&M y 16 - 8   .667     43 - 18   .705
Texas 14 - 10   .583     30 - 22   .577
Oklahoma y 13 - 10   .565     41 - 23   .641
Oklahoma State 13 - 11   .542     32 - 25   .561
Missouri ?y 10 - 14   .417     33 - 28   .541
Kansas 7 - 16   .304     24 - 34   .414
Kansas State 7 - 17   .292     27 - 31   .466
Texas Tech 7 - 17   .292     29 - 26   .527
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship
As of June 4, 2012[2]; Rankings from Coaches' Poll


The Tigers won the Big 12 Tournament and went 1-2 in the Tucson Regional in the NCAA Tournament.

Roster

Schedule

Awards and honors

Blake Brown
  • All-Big 12 Honorable Mention[3]
  • All-Big 12 Tournament Team[4]
Jeff Emens
  • All-Big 12 Tournament Team[4]
Eric Garcia
  • Big 12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player[4]
Blake Holovach
  • Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (3/26)[5]
John Miles
  • Big 12 Newcomer of the Week (5/7)[6]
Dane Opel
  • All-Big 12 Honorable Mention[3]
  • All-Big 12 Tournament Team[4]
  • Big 12 Player of the Week (2/20)[7]
Dusty Ross
  • All-Big 12 Second Team[3]
Ben Turner
  • All-Big 12 Honorable Mention[3]
Rob Zastryzny
  • All-Big 12 Honorable Mention[3]
  • Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (4/30)[8]

Tigers in the 2012 MLB Draft

The following members of the Missouri Tigers baseball program were drafted in the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft.[9]

Player Position Round Overall MLB Team
Blake Brown OF 5th 178th Atlanta Braves
Eric Garcia SS 20th 629th Atlanta Braves
Ben Turner C 21st 658th San Francisco Giants
Blake Holovach LHP 27th 821st Seattle Mariners

2013

2013 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Southeastern Conference
2013 record 18-32 (10-20 SEC)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (19th year)
Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson (3rd year)
Matt Hobbs (3rd year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2012
2014 ->
2013 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Eastern
#9 Vanderbilt x+y 26 - 3   .897     54 - 12   .818
#13 South Carolina y 17 - 12   .586     43 - 20   .683
Florida y 14 - 16   .467     29 - 30   .492
Kentucky 11 - 19   .367     30 - 25   .545
Missouri 10 - 20   .333     18 - 32   .360
Tennessee 9 - 19   .321     22 - 30   .423
Georgia 7 - 20   .259     21 - 32   .396
Western
#7 LSU x?y 23 - 7   .767     57 - 11   .838
#18 Arkansas y 18 - 11   .621     39 - 22   .639
#2 Mississippi State y 16 - 14   .533     51 - 20   .718
Ole Miss y 15 - 15   .500     38 - 24   .613
Alabama y 14 - 15   .483     35 - 28   .556
Texas A&M y 13 - 16   .448     34 - 29   .540
Auburn 13 - 17   .433     33 - 23   .589
x - Division champion
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 26, 2013[10][11]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

2014

2014 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Southeastern Conference
2014 record 20-33 (6-24 SEC)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (20th year)
Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson (4th year)
Matt Hobbs (4th year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2013
2015 ->
2014 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
Eastern
#25 Florida x+y 21 - 9 - 0   .700     40 - 23 - 0   .635
#23 South Carolina y 18 - 12 - 0   .600     44 - 18 - 0   .710
#1 Vanderbilt y 17 - 13 - 0   .567     51 - 21 - 0   .708
Kentucky y 14 - 16 - 0   .467     37 - 25 - 0   .597
Tennessee 12 - 18 - 0   .400     31 - 23 - 0   .574
Georgia 11 - 18 - 1   .383     26 - 29 - 1   .473
Missouri 6 - 24 - 0   .200     20 - 33 - 0   .377
Western
#4 Ole Miss xy 19 - 11 - 0   .633     48 - 21 - 0   .696
#15 LSU ?y 17 - 11 - 1   .603     46 - 16 - 1   .738
18 - 12 - 0   .600     39 - 24 - 0   .619
Arkansas y 16 - 14 - 0   .533     40 - 25 - 0   .615
#29 Alabama y 15 - 14 - 0   .517     37 - 24 - 0   .607
Texas A&M y 14 - 16 - 0   .467     36 - 26 - 0   .581
Auburn 10 - 20 - 0   .333     28 - 28 - 0   .500
x - Division champion
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of 20:27, 2 July 2016 (UTC)[12][13]; Rankings from NCBWA

2015

2015 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Southeastern Conference
2015 record 30-28 (15-15 SEC)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (21st year)
Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson (5th year)
Hunter Mense (1st year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2014
2016 ->
2015 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Eastern
#2 Vanderbilt xy 20 - 10   .667     51 - 21   .708
#3 Florida ?y 19 - 11   .633     52 - 18   .743
Missouri 15 - 15   .500     30 - 28   .517
Kentucky 14 - 15   .483     30 - 25   .545
South Carolina 13 - 17   .433     32 - 25   .561
Tennessee 11 - 18   .379     24 - 26   .480
Georgia 10 - 19   .345     26 - 28   .481
Western
#5 LSU x+y 21 - 8   .724     54 - 12   .818
#11 Texas A&M y 18 - 10   .643     50 - 14   .781
#7 Arkansas y 17 - 12   .586     40 - 25   .615
Ole Miss y 15 - 14   .517     30 - 28   .517
Auburn y 13 - 17   .433     36 - 26   .581
Alabama 12 - 18   .400     32 - 28   .533
Mississippi State 8 - 22   .267     24 - 30   .444
x - Division champion
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

2016

2016 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Southeastern Conference
2016 record 26-30 (9-21 SEC)
Head coach Tim Jamieson (22nd year)
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2015
2017 ->
2016 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
Eastern
#12 South Carolina xy 20 - 9 - 0   .690     46 - 18 - 0   .719
#7 Florida y 19 - 10 - 0   .655     52 - 16 - 0   .765
#23 Vanderbilt y 18 - 12 - 0   .600     43 - 19 - 0   .694
Kentucky 15 - 15 - 0   .500     32 - 25 - 0   .561
Georgia 11 - 19 - 0   .367     27 - 30 - 0   .474
Tennessee 9 - 21 - 0   .300     29 - 28 - 0   .509
Missouri 9 - 21 - 0   .300     26 - 30 - 0   .464
Western
21 - 9 - 0   .700     44 - 18 - 1   .706
#9 Texas A&M ?y 20 - 10 - 0   .667     49 - 16 - 0   .754
#13 LSU y 19 - 11 - 0   .633     45 - 21 - 0   .682
Ole Miss y 18 - 12 - 0   .600     43 - 19 - 0   .694
Alabama 15 - 15 - 0   .500     32 - 26 - 0   .552
Auburn 8 - 22 - 0   .267     23 - 33 - 0   .411
Arkansas 7 - 23 - 0   .233     26 - 29 - 0   .473
x - Division champion
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

2017

2017 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Southeastern Conference
Head coach Steve Bieser (1st year)
Assistant coach Lance Rhodes
Home stadium Taylor Stadium
Seasons
2016
2018 ->
2017 Southeastern Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
Eastern
No. 1 Florida x+y 21 - 9 - 0   .700     52 - 19 - 0   .732
No. 10 Kentucky y 19 - 11 - 0   .633     43 - 23 - 0   .652
No. 15 Vanderbilt y 15 - 13 - 1   .534     36 - 25 - 1   .589
Missouri 14 - 16 - 0   .467     36 - 23 - 0   .610
South Carolina 13 - 17 - 0   .433     35 - 25 - 0   .583
Georgia 11 - 19 - 0   .367     25 - 32 - 0   .439
Tennessee 7 - 21 - 0   .250     27 - 25 - 0   .519
Western
No. 2 LSU x+?y 21 - 9 - 0   .700     52 - 20 - 0   .722
No. 22 Arkansas y 18 - 11 - 0   .621     45 - 19 - 0   .703
17 - 13 - 0   .567     40 - 27 - 0   .597
No. 8 Texas A&M y 16 - 14 - 0   .533     41 - 23 - 0   .641
No. 29 Auburn y 16 - 14 - 0   .533     37 - 26 - 0   .587
Ole Miss 14 - 16 - 0   .467     32 - 25 - 0   .561
Alabama 5 - 24 - 1   .183     19 - 34 - 1   .361
x - Division champion
+ - Conference champion
? - Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

Roster

References

  1. ^ "2011 Baseball Standings". big12sports.com. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Baseball standings". big12sports.com. Retrieved 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e Frazer, Ian (22 May 2012). "Tigers bring in Big 12 honors". The Maneater. Retrieved 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d Mitchell, Kare (28 May 2012). "Surprising win and surprising loss for Mizzou baseball and softball". KBIA. Retrieved 2012. 
  5. ^ "Holovach Earns Big 12 Weekly Honor". mutigers.com. Retrieved 2012. 
  6. ^ "John Miles Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week". Retrieved 2012. 
  7. ^ "Opel Named Big 12 Player of the Week". Retrieved 2012. 
  8. ^ "Missouri's Rob Zastryzny named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week". Columbia Missourian. 30 April 2012. Retrieved 2012. 
  9. ^ "Four Tigers Selected in Major League Baseball Draft". mutigers.com. 7 June 2012. Retrieved 2012. 
  10. ^ "SEC Baseball" (PDF). Southeastern Conference. Retrieved 2013. 
  11. ^ "Southeastern Conference Standings". D1 Baseball. Retrieved 2013. 
  12. ^ "2014 Men's College Baseball SEC Conference Home Page". WarrenNolan.com. Retrieved 2016. 
  13. ^ "Southeastern Conference Standings". D1 Baseball. Retrieved 2014. 

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