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Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Baseball
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Louisiana Tech Athletics wordmark.svg
Founded 1894
University Louisiana Tech
Head coach Lane Burroughs (1st season)
Conference C-USA
Location Ruston, LA
Home stadium J. C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park
(Capacity: 3,000)
Nickname Bulldogs
Colors Blue and Red[1]
         
NCAA Tournament appearances
1971, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980, 1986, 1987, 2016
Conference tournament champions
Southland: 1975, 1980, 1987
Conference champions
1910, 1921
SIAA: 1938, 1939
LIC: 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948
Gulf States: 1954, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1971
Southland: 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980, 1986, 1987

The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs baseball team represents Louisiana Tech University in NCAA Division I college baseball.[2] The Louisiana Tech baseball team participates in Conference USA. The Bulldogs play their home games on campus at J. C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.

History

Conference affiliations

Championships

Conference regular season championships

Season Conference Conference Record
1910 Louisiana Intercollegiate Athletic Association N/A
1921
1938 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1939
1941 Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference
1945 3-1
1946 4-0
1947 12-2
1948 13-1
1954 Gulf States Conference 4-3
1958 9-4
1959 12-3
1960 9-4
1961 15-4
1971 16-8
1974 Southland Conference 11-4
1975 10-5
1978 16-4
1980 10-3
1986 13-5
1987 12-4

Conference division championships

Season Conference Division Conference record
1980 Southland Conference North 10-3
1982 7-5
1987 East 12-4
1992 West 15-5

Conference championship series championships

Season Conference Opponent Series record
1975 Southland Conference Lamar 3-1
1980 4-1
1982 3-0
1987 3-1

NCAA Regional results

Year Record Regional Results
1971 3-2 Mideast Regional Won 9-2 vs. UT Martin
Lost 0-4 vs. SIU Edwardsville
Won 3-2 at Marietta
Won 8-5 vs. UT Martin
Lost 0-3 vs. Central Michigan
1974 2-2 District 6 at Arlington Won 3-2 vs. Pan American
Won 5-4 vs. Texas
Lost 0-8 vs. Texas
Lost 2-12 vs. Texas
1975 0-2 South Central Regional at Arlington Lost 2-6 vs. Texas
Lost 1-8 vs. Pan American
1978 0-2 South Central Regional at Arlington Lost 0-7 vs. Pan American
Lost 5-6 vs. Mississippi State
1980 1-2 Central Regional at Austin Won 4-3 at Texas
Lost 1-2 vs. Hawaii
Lost 6-7 at Texas
1986 2-2 South I Regional at Baton Rouge Won 7-5 vs. Tulane
Won 14-6 vs. Jackson State
Lost 4-7 at LSU
Lost 4-9 vs. Tulane
1987 1-2 South II Regional at New Orleans Lost 5-19 at New Orleans
Won 5-2 vs. Southern
Lost 0-11 vs. Cal State Fullerton
2016 2-2 Starkville Regional Lost 0-1 vs. Cal State Fullerton
Won 9-4 vs. Southeast Missouri
Won 6-2 vs. Cal State Fullerton
Lost 0-4 at Mississippi State
Total 11-16

Home venue

J. C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park

Players

Honors

WAC Player of the Year

Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year

  • T. J. Soto, 1997

College World Series Home Run Derby Champion

  • T. J. Soto, 2000

MLB Draft

Louisiana Tech has had 69 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[3]

Olympians

Name Country Olympiad Event Result
Mark Doubleday  Australia Atlanta 1996 Baseball 7th

Former players

Name Years in MLB Years at Tech Team(s)
Bill Bagwell 1923-1925 Braves, Athletics
Harley Boss 1928-1933
Atley Donald 1938-1945
Chuck Finley 1986-2002
Tom Herrin 1954
Phil Hiatt 1993-2001
Mike Jeffcoat 1983-1994
Bob Linton 1929
Phil Maton 2017-present
Kevin McGehee 1993
Randy McGilberry 1977-1978
Charlie Montoyo 1993
Brian Myrow 2005-2008
Rebel Oakes 1909-1915
Jeff Richardson 1989-1993
David Segui 1990-2004
Dave Short 1940-1941
George Stone 1967-1975

Others:

Coaches

Head coaching records

# Name Years Seasons Games Wins Losses Ties Win %
1 Gwinner, HarryHarry Gwinner 1902 1 5 2 3 0 .400
Unknown 1903 1 3 2 1 0 .667
Unknown 1904-1906 3 0 0 0 0 -
2 Rogers, BrownBrown Rogers 1907 1 0 0 0 0 -
3 Watkins, George L.George L. Watkins 1908 1 0 0 0 0 -
Unknown 1909 1 0 0 0 0 -
4 Prince, Percy S.Percy S. Prince 1910 1 18 14 4 0 .778
Unknown 1911-1912, 1920 3 -
5 Clark, R. FosterR. Foster Clark 1921-1922 2 21 17 3 1 .833
6 Dietz, William HenryWilliam Henry Dietz 1923-1924 2 22 16 6 0 .727
7 Wight, John A.John A. Wight 1925 1 -
8 Kenney, R. C.R. C. Kenney 1926 1 22 17 5 0 .773
9 Wilson, Hugh E.Hugh E. Wilson 1927 1 15 7 8 0 .467
10 Sherling, EdwardEdward Sherling 1928 1 14 3 11 0 .214
11 Fox, LarryLarry Fox 1929-1931, 1938 4 13 6 7 0 .462
Unknown 1932-1933 2 19 7 12 0 .368
12 McLane, EddieEddie McLane 1934-1937 4 16 9 7 0 .563
13 Davis, Ray E.Ray E. Davis 1939 -
14 Hogg, George "Blue"George "Blue" Hogg 1939-1942 -
15 Hinton, BerryBerry Hinton 1945-1967 23 522 316 206 0 .605
16 Patterson, PatPat Patterson 1968-1990 23 1205 741 462 2 .616
17 Kane, MikeMike Kane 1991-1995 5 256 128 128 0 .500
18 Davis, RandyRandy Davis 1996-1998 3 165 70 95 0 .424
19 Richardson, JeffJeff Richardson 1999-2002 4 228 99 129 0 .434
20 Simoneaux, WadeWade Simoneaux 2003-2014 12 668 297 370 1 .445
21 Goff, GregGreg Goff 2015-2016 2 114 67 47 0 .588
22 Burroughs, LaneLane Burroughs 2017-present 1 15 13 2 0 .867

Conference Coach of the Year

See also

References

External links


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