Seton Hall University

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College World Series Appearances: 4 1964, 1971, 1974, 1975

MLB players who are school alumni

Seton Hall University, in New Jersey not far from New York City, has had several famous major league ballplayers come out of it. The most famous are Craig Biggio, Mo Vaughn, and the NBA-player-turned-baseball-player-turned-actor Chuck Connors.

Rick Cerone and Charlie Puleo were at Seton Hall in 1974-75 when the team went to the College World Series those years.

In 1987, Biggio, Vaughn, John Valentin and Kevin Morton were all at Seton Hall but the team's top player was 1B Marteese Robinson, co-Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year. The book The Hit Men and the Kid Who Batted Ninth (appeared 2002) is the about Hit Men from Seton Hall.

Coaches[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1898 3-4
1899 4-5
1900 2-0
1901 5-4
1902 5-2
1903 6-7
1904 2-7
1905 8-1
1906 13-3
1907 11-6-1
1908 10-5-3
1909 10-4
1910 6-14
1911 11-8
1912 11-8
1913 12-5
1914 12-7
1915 14-6
1916 9-5
1917 10-5
1918 8-4
1919 5-3
1920 3-0
1921 5-3
1922 4-4
1923 5-6
1924 3-8
1925 3-10
1926 2-7
1927 2-6
1928 3-4
1929 4-5
1930 7-4
1931 13-4
1932 10-4
1935 6-2
1936 5-4
1937 9-4
1938 11-9
1939 16-2
1940 7-3-1
1941 15-1
1942 11-0
1946 13-3
1947 13-3
1948 13-1-1
1949 18-3 CWS District Tournaments
1950 15-5
1951 15-4-1
1952 10-5
1953 11-3
1954 9-8
1955 5-10
1956 13-7
1957 15-8
1958 11-9
1959 13-4
1960 7-11-1
1961 8-8-1
1962 16-6
1963 16-9
1964 25-5 CWS District Tournaments / CWS
1965 17-11
1966 20-6-1
1967 12-9 8-3
1968 11-9
1969 17-10 10-3 CWS District Tournaments
1970 19-7 9-3 CWS District Tournaments
1971 17-14 8-5 CWS District Tournaments / CWS
1972 8-13-1 6-5-1
1973 22-8 12-4 CWS District Tournaments
1974 33-10-1 14-2 CWS District Tournaments / CWS
1975 32-10 8-4 CWS Regionals / CWS
1976 33-17-1 CWS Regionals
1977 37-14 13-3 CWS Regionals
1978 24-13 8-5
1979 32-11-1 14-1 CWS Regionals
1980 25-12-1
1981 33-11
1982 41-13 16-0 CWS Regionals
1983 34-15 20-5
1984 41-13 18-4 CWS Regionals
1985 44-19-1 15-3
1986 32-26 13-5
1987 45-10 16-2 CWS Regionals
1988 39-16 12-6
1989 33-19-1 16-2
1990 35-18 16-4
1991 26-19-1 10-9
1992 28-27 14-7
1993 30-18 12-8
1994 32-21-1 12-8
1995 38-16 14-7
1996 18-27-1 5-17-1
1997 32-22 13-11
1998 25-23 12-10
1999 31-19-1 14-11
2000 40-18 18-7 CWS Regionals
2001 34-23-1 14-11-1 CWS Regionals
2002 25-28 11-15
2003 23-24 11-14
2004 17-33-1 9-17
2005 17-35 8-17
2006 17-34 7-20
2007 25-25 9-15
2008 31-25 15-12
2009 25-24 13-14
2010 19-30-1 8-19
2011 34-25 13-11 CWS Regionals
2012 34-24 17-10
2013 37-19 8-2
2014 39-15 12-9
2015 25-25 10-11
2016 38-20 10-8
2017 29-24 10-8