Brian Shoop

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Brian Shoop

  • Born ~1958

Biographical Information[edit]

Brian Shoop is a college coach.

Shoop was played four years at Malone College. He was then an assistant coach at Malone in 1981-1982 and Mississippi State University from 1983-1989, where he worked with Will Clark, Rafael Palmeiro, Bobby Thigpen and Jeff Brantley.

Brian became head coach at Birmingham-Southern College in 1990 and went 699-300-1 in 17 seasons there, a school record for wins. He won 55 games in 2001, a school record for one season. He also led his team to the title in the 2001 NAIA College World Series, winning him honors as the NAIA Coach of the Year. In 2004, his club was 47-18 and he was named the American Baseball Coaches Association Coach of the Year.

In 2006, Shoop became head coach at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, going 82-93 in his first 3 seasons there.

Source: UAB bio

Year-by-Year Coaching Record[edit]

Year School Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1990 Birmingham-Southern College 23-30 NAIA District Tournaments
1991 Birmingham-Southern College 33-21 NAIA District Tournaments / NAIA Area Tournaments
1992 Birmingham-Southern College 39-17 NAIA District Tournaments
1993 Birmingham-Southern College 39-14 NAIA District Tournaments / NAIA Regional Tournaments
1994 Birmingham-Southern College 45-17 NAIA District Tournaments / NAIA Regional Tournaments
1995 Birmingham-Southern College 46-16 NAIA Regional Tournaments / NAIA CWS
1996 Birmingham-Southern College 49-12 NAIA Regional Tournaments
1997 Birmingham-Southern College 48-12
1998 Birmingham-Southern College 46-13-1 NAIA Regional Tournaments
1999 Birmingham-Southern College 49-18 NAIA Regional Tournaments / NAIA CWS
2000 Birmingham-Southern College 46-20 NAIA College World Series Opening Round / NAIA CWS
2001 Birmingham-Southern College 55-11 NAIA College World Series Opening Round / NAIA CWS
2002 Birmingham-Southern College 32-20
2003 Birmingham-Southern College 33-18
2004 Birmingham-Southern College 47-18 21-3 CWS Regionals
2005 Birmingham-Southern College 36-21 18-6
2006 Birmingham-Southern College 33-22 18-6
2007 University of Alabama at Birmingham 25-33 12-12
2008 University of Alabama at Birmingham 26-34 7-17
2009 University of Alabama at Birmingham 31-26 11-12
2010 University of Alabama at Birmingham 28-25 11-13
2011 University of Alabama at Birmingham 29-28 9-15
2012 University of Alabama at Birmingham 32-30 9-15 CWS Regionals
2013 University of Alabama at Birmingham 23-36 7-17
2014 University of Alabama at Birmingham 35-21 20-10
2015 University of Alabama at Birmingham 33-25 15-15
2016 University of Alabama at Birmingham 21-34 12-18
2017 University of Alabama at Birmingham 24-31 9-21
2018 University of Alabama at Birmingham 21-33 13-17