University of Wisconsin-Madison

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  • Location: Madison, WI
  • Nickname: Badgers
  • Conference: Dropped Baseball

College World Series Apperances: 1 1950

Players who went here

The University of Wisconsin - Madison has had quite a few players come to the majors. The one with the most major league at-bats is Harvey Kuenn, while the one with the most victories is Hall of Famer Addie Joss. Rick Reichardt has the most home runs.

Wisconsin was one of the four members that started playing Big Ten Conference baseball in 1896. The school competed from 1870-1905, 1907-1991.

Coaches[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1870 4-1
1871 0-1
1873 1-1
1874 0-2
1876 1-0
1877 0-1
1879 1-1
1881 3-0
1882 2-4
1883 5-2
1884 5-1
1885 6-1
1886 4-4
1887 7-4
1888 6-4
1889 6-3
1890 10-1
1891 7-3
1892 8-3
1893 12-3
1894 10-4
1895 10-8
1896 9-11 0-5
1897 8-8 3-3
1898 14-5
1899 5-16 2-8
1900 8-11 4-3
1901 10-9 3-4
1902 9-10 5-0
1903 7-12 2-9
1904 9-6 4-2
1905 12-8 4-8
1907 4-4 2-3
1908 3-8 3-7
1909 4-8 3-7
1910 5-5 4-5
1911 6-8 4-7
1912 8-6-2 6-1
1913 7-7-3 3-6-1
1914 11-7 7-5
1915 12-5-1 7-3-1
1916 13-9 3-6
1917 5-1
1918 4-9 1-5
1919 7-8 1-6
1920 7-11 2-10
1921 14-4-1 8-4
1922 16-5-1 8-3
1923 8-10 5-4
1924 10-7 6-3
1925 6-15 4-8
1926 13-8 8-3
1927 10-8-2 4-5
1928 9-10-1 7-5
1929 14-5-1 8-4
1930 15-7 9-1
1931 11-9 5-4
1932 10-8 6-4
1933 12-10 5-5
1934 13-12 6-6
1935 10-13 5-6
1936 17-12-1 5-6
1937 17-8 5-4
1938 15-10-1 6-5
1939 14-9 6-6
1940 9-12-2 5-7
1941 12-11 5-6
1942 11-10 7-5
1943 8-10 5-3
1944 6-10 4-5
1945 13-5 8-4
1946 16-7 9-2
1947 10-11 6-4
1948 16-7 9-2
1949 8-17 3-9
1950 19-9 9-3 CWS District Tournaments / CWS
1951 14-8 5-5
1952 18-8 9-6 CWS District Tournaments
1953 19-8 6-5
1954 17-7 10-3
1955 16-12 7-8
1956 20-7 8-4
1957 14-9 3-7
1958 17-11 8-7
1959 17-13 9-6
1960 14-6-1 5-4
1961 9-19-1 5-9
1962 14-9 8-6
1963 15-15 8-6
1964 14-14 8-7
1965 14-13 6-9
1966 9-18 5-9
1967 18-15 11-6
1968 18-9 11-5
1969 14-18 7-7
1970 22-16 8-7
1971 20-19 9-9
1972 20-22 7-8
1973 10-14 8-8
1974 15-21 6-8
1975 24-15 9-9
1976 22-15 6-7
1977 22-27 7-11
1978 23-21-1 10-6
1979 31-17 13-5
1980 23-24-1 10-8
1981 24-36 3-13
1982 23-28 6-10
1983 22-17 6-10
1984 25-25-1 6-7-1
1985 28-25-2 3-13
1986 35-22 10-6
1987 28-24 5-11
1988 28-27 15-13
1989 22-37-1 9-19
1990 16-41 9-19
1991 16-36 6-22


Further Reading[edit]

  • Steven D. Schmitt: A History of Badger Baseball: The Rise and Fall of America's Pastime at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 2017. ISBN 978-0-2993-1270-1