Arizona State University

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College World Series Appearances: 22 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2005, 2007, 2009 & 2010

College World Series titles in 1965, 1967, 1969, 1977, and 1981

College World Series runner-up in 1972, 1973, 1978, 1988, 1998

MLB Stats of school alumni

Twenty-three players out of Arizona State University had more than 1,000 at-bats in the majors (through 2007), and two pitchers had more than 100 victories. Both Barry Bonds and Reggie Jackson went to Arizona State. The school single season home run record (27) is held by Mitch Jones.

The 1976 ASU team sent 13 players to the major leagues: Gary Allenson, Chris Bando, Floyd Bannister, Mike Colbern, Bob Horner, Dave Hudgens, Darrell Jackson, Ken Landreaux, Chris Nyman, Bob Pate, Ricky Peters, Ken Phelps and Gary Rajsich.

Prominent Alumni[edit]

Coaches[edit]

Assistant Coaches[edit]

Softball Coach[edit]

Professors[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1907 7-2
1908 4-8-1
1909 10-6
1910 12-3
1911 4-3
1912 13-4
1913 10-1
1914 6-5
1915 2-8
1916 6-5
1917 2-6
1918 6-1
1919 1-8
1920 7-3
1921 17-2
1922 10-2
1923 5-5
1924 4-5-1
1925 2-8
1926 1-9
1927 8-3
1928 6-5
1929 5-6
1930 2-9
1931 5-10
1932 5-7
1933 4-12
1934 7-10
1935 5-7
1936 8-8
1937 4-5
1938 7-8
1939 DNP
1940 5-9
1941 DNP
1942 4-5-1
1943 DNP
1944 DNP
1945 DNP
1946 6-6
1947 8-8
1948 13-10
1949 6-7
1950 11-10
1951 7-15
1952 6-14
1953 5-18-1
1954 5-6
1955 14-9
1956 14-12
1957 15-16-1
1958 19-16
1959 28-18
1960 32-13
1961 36-13
1962 27-18
1963 34+13 7-5
1964 44-7 11-1 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 5th (t)
1965 54-8 9-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1966 41-11 7-5
1967 53-12 7-5 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1968 39-14 6-6
1969 56-11 15-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1970 30-22 9-9
1971 50-13 15-3
1972 64-6 18-0 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 2nd
1973 59-8 16-1 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 2nd
1974 39-24 12-6
1975 61-13 16-2 CWS Regionals / CWS 3rd
1976 65-10 17-1 CWS Regionals / CWS 3rd
1977 57-12 15-3 CWS Regionals / CWS 1st
1978 56-12 15-3 CWS Regionals / CWS 2nd
1979 32-31 8-22
1980 38-25 15-15
1981 55-13 26-4 CWS Regionals / CWS 1st
1982 5716 23-5 CWS Regionals
1983 44-24 17-13 CWS Regionals / CWS 3rd
1984 55-20 23-7 CWS Regionals / CWS 4th
1985 31-25 15-15
1986 34-28 11-19
1987 40-27 16-14 CWS Regionals / CWS 7th (t)
1988 60-13 21-9 CWS Regionals / CWS 2nd
1989 42-19 19-11 CWS Regionals
1990 52-16 20-10 CWS Regionals
1991 35-27 12-18
1992 32-24 14-16 CWS Regionals
1993 46-20 19-11 CWS Regionals / CWS 7th (t)
1994 45-18 20-10 CWS Regionals / CWS 3rd
1995 34-21 13-17
1996 35-21 14-16
1997 39-22 16-14 CWS Regionals
1998 41-23 18-11 CWS Regionals / CWS 2nd
1999 39-21 12-12
2000 44-15 17-7 CWS Regionals
2001 37-19 14-10 CWS Regionals
2002 37-21 15-9 CWS Regionals
2003 54-14 16-8 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2004 41-18 13-11 CWS Regionals
2005 42-25 15-9 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 3rd
2006 37-21 14-10 CWS Regionals
2007 49-15* 19-5* CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 4th
2008 49-13 16-8 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2009 51-14 21-6 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 3rd
2010 52-10 20-7 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 7th (t)
2011 43-18 17-10 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2012 36-20 18-12
2013 37-22-1 16-14 CWS Regionals
2014 33-24 19-11 CWS Regionals
2015 35-23 18-12 CWS Regionals
2016 36-23 16-14 CWS Regionals
2017 23-32 8-22

* 44 wins, Pac-10 title, and CWS appearance vacated due to NCAA sanctions