University of Southern California

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College World Series Apperances: 21 1948, 1949, 1951, 1955, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2001,

College World Series titles in 1948, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1978, and 1998

College World Series runner-up in 1960, 1995

MLB Stats of school alumni

The University of Southern California hosted the most successful collegiate baseball program in the world. No other university is close to its 12 titles in the College World Series. However, success has been much more subdued since the start of the 21st century.

Over 100 players have come to the major leagues from USC, the first being Fay Thomas. Of those, 38 are position players who have had more than 1,000 at-bats, and nine are pitchers with over 1,000 innings. The most prominent players include Mark McGwire, Ron Fairly, Bret Boone, Aaron Boone, Johnny Berardino (who went on to have an acting career after his major league career), Fred Lynn, Tom Seaver, Don Buford, Jeff Cirillo, Steve Kemp, Dave Kingman, Geoff Jenkins, Jacque Jones, Roy Smalley, Gary Sutherland, Jim Barr, Steve Busby, Randy Johnson, Bill Lee, and Barry Latman.

Coach Rod Deadeaux was named "Coach of the Century" by Collegiate Baseball in 1999.

Coaches[edit]

Assistant Coaches[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1892 5-0-1
1893 4-6
1894 0-1
1895
1896 0-2
1897
1898 8-3
1899 3-4
1900 0-1
1901
1902 0-6
1903 3-3
1904 1-4
1905 6-5
1906 12-4-1
1907 7-6
1908 17-2
1909 11-7
1910 4-6
1911 10-3
1912 6-9
1913 2-6
1914 8-2
1915 5-10
1916 6-5-1
1917
1918 0-1
1919 no team
1920 9-4-1
1921 9-3
1922 5-6
1923 7-11
1924 4-7
1925 9-4-1
1926 44-6-2
1927 8-15 6-6
1928 12-7 5-7
1929 15-7 8-5
1930 25-5-1 11-2
1931 24-6 14-4
1932 15-3-1 13-5
1933 11-8 3-6
1934 22-10 10-5
1935 16-12 10-5
1936 19-9 13-2
1937 16-8 10-5
1938 24-7 11-4
1939 23-7 11-4
1940 12-8 8-7
1941 12-6-1 9-6
1942 18-5-1 12-2
1943 27-7-3 10-0
1944 16-13 4-4
1945 13-15-1 3-5
1946 24-8 11-1
1947 25-12 11-4
1948 40-12-1 13-2 CWS 1st
1949 37-14-1 12-2 CWS 3rd
1950 26-19 8-7
1951 32-19 11-5 CWS 3rd
1952 37-12-1 11-5
1953 25-25-1 10-6
1954 20-11-1 11-5 CWS District Tournaments
1955 30-10 12-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 7th (t)
1956 23-11 14-2
1957 19-13 12-4
1958 36-8 14-2 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1959 29-6-1 14-2
1960 40-14 12-4 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 2nd
1961 43-9-1 12-4 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1962 33-13-1 11-5
1963 37-16-1 10-6 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1964 40-15 17-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 4th
1965 30-15-1 9-11
1966 49-11-1 16-4 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 3rd
1967 38-13-2 9-6
1968 49-14-1 16-2-1 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1969 42-12-1 13-8
1970 51-13-1 11-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1971 54-13 17-0 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1972 50-13-1 14-4 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1973 51-11 14-4 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1974 50-21 11-7 CWS District Tournaments / CWS 1st
1975 43-14-1 12-4 CWS Regionals
1976 36-28-3 15-8-1
1977 51-20 16-2 CWS Regionals
1978 56-10 15-3 CWS Regionals / CWS 1st
1979 34-26-1 15-15
1980 30-25-1 13-17
1981 38-25 15-15
1982 25-38 9-21
1983 33-24-1 17-13
1984 48-25 18-12 CWS Regionals
1985 24-45 5-25
1986 26-30 12-18
1987 32-28 12-18
1988 36-27-1 13-17 CWS Regionals
1989 45-25-1 16-14 CWS Regionals
1990 41-23 18-12 CWS Regionals
1991 46-18-1 23-7 CWS Regionals
1992 29-26 13-17
1993 35-29 15-15 CWS Regionals
1994 42-20 19-11 CWS Regionals
1995 49-22 21-9 CWS Regionals / CWS 2nd
1996 44-17-1 24-6 CWS Regionals
1997 45-20 17-13 CWS Regionals
1998 49-17 21-9 CWS Regionals / CWS 1st
1999 36-26 17-7 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2000 44-20 16-8 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 5th (t)
2001 45-19 18-6 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS 5th (t)
2002 37-24 17-7 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2003 28-28 11-13
2004 24-32 10-14
2005 41-22 15-9 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2006 25-33 11-13
2007 27-29 8-16
2008 28-28 11-13
2009 28-28 13-14
2010 28-32 7-20
2011 25-31 13-14
2012 23-32 8-22
2013 20-36 10-20
2014 29-24 16-14
2015 39-21 18-12 CWS Regionals
2016 28-28 15-15
2017 21-34 8-23