University of Tampa

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Division-II College World Series titles in 1992 , 1993 , 1998 , 2006 , 2007, 2013, 2015

Division-II College World Series runner-up in 1987, 2003


MLB players who went here

The University of Tampa is a NCAA Division 2 National powerhouse every year. In the 2005 season, UT was ranked as the number 1 team in the country for the majority of the year. In 2005, they made it to the NCAA South Region final where they lost to eventual National Champion and arch rival Florida Southern College. The University of Tampa is located in downtown Tampa. FL and has produced several Major League Baseball players. The two most famous baseball alumni from this Sunshine State Conference powerhouse are Tino Martinez of the New York Yankees, and former Tampa Bay Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella. Tino was an All-American infielder at UT in 1986, 1987, and 1988. Former major league outfielder Ozzie Timmons was an All American for the Spartans as well in the year of 1991.

Alumni[edit]

Coaches[edit]

Assistant Coaches[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1961 9-11-1
1962 13-10
1963 13-9
1964 8-14
1965 12-9
1966 16-8
1967 8-15
1968 10-15
1969 13-9
1970 8-11
1971 7-14
1972 15-9-1
1973 8-22
1974 14-20
1975 10-18-1
1976 21-14-1
1977 18-24-1
1978 29-13
1979 25-25
1980 27-18
1981 27-19
1982 27-19 7-14
1983 24-18-1 8-13
1984 37-18 18-10 Division II Regionals
1985 32-17 15-9
1986 36-23 16-8 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1987 42-11-1 19-5 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1988 31-18 13-7 Division II Regionals
1989 37-18-1 18-6 Division II Regionals
1990 45-14 15-9 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1991 34-17 18-6 Division II Regionals /
1992 42-19 18-6 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1993 43-21 21-3 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1994 36-18 14-7 Division II Regionals
1995 41-17 14-7 Division II Regionals
1996 45-16 12-9 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1997 46-16 16-5 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1998 46-14 14-4 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
1999 33-22 11-10
2000 45-12 19-2 Division II Regionals
2001 49-10 16-4 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2002 36-19 19-2 Division II Regionals
2003 45-18 16-5 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2004 41-16 14-7 Division II Regionals
2005 40-18 15-9 Division II Regionals
2006 54-6 22-2 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2007 53-10 20-4 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2008 42-11-1 17-7 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2009 40-17 16-8 Division II Regionals
2010 46-11 21-3 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2011 36-17 16-8 Division II Regionals
2012 38-10 18-6 Division II Regionals
2013 47-12 19-5 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2014 54-4 22-1 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2015 43-13 16-8 Division II Regionals / Division II CWS
2016 41-10 20-4 Division II Regionals
2017 39-14 20-4 Division II Regionals