Vanderbilt University

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College World Series appearances: 3 (2011, 2014, 2015)

Stats of MLB players who went here

College World Series title in 2014

College World Series runner-up in 2015

Scott Sanderson and Rip Sewell are among the prominent players who went to Vanderbilt University.

The Vanderbilt University Commodores, led by first round draft pick Jeremy Sowers, just missed making the College World Series in 2003 before losing to eventual national runner up the University of Texas at Austin on ESPN 2. They were ranked #1 nationally in 2007, led by David Price, Pedro Alvarez and Casey Weathers, but were eliminated prior to the 2007 College World Series.

Vanderbilt won its first national title by defeating the University of Virginia in the finals of the 2014 College World Series.

Alumni[edit]

Coaches[edit]

Assistant Coaches[edit]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1892 5-4
1893 5-3-2
1894 4-4
1895 3-0
1896 7-2-1
1897 8-4
1898 8-2-1
1899 5-4
1900 8-7
1901 9-3
1902 11-6-1
1903 15-2
1904 19-6
1905 22-5
1906 11-10
1907 15-5
1908 11-9-2
1909 7-12-1
1910 12-6
1911 8-7
1912 13-7
1913 8-10-2
1914 13-8-2
1915 15-13-2
1916 12-4
1917 1-0-1
1918 5-8
1919 3-3
1920 11-11
1921 20-8
1922 14-7
1923 12-6
1924 5-9
1925 10-8
1926 13-13
1927 11-12
1928 7-6
1929 17-5
1930 9-7
1931 7-7
1932 16-4
1933 9-1
1934 5-6
1935 10-2
1936 15-2
1937 11-4
1938 6-3
1939 11-5
1940 8-2
1941 8-10
1942 10-8-1
1943 14-8
1947 10-11 2-5
1948 11-9-2 7-8-1
1949 8-11-1 4-8
1950 6-16 4-13
1951 0-18-1 0-13-1
1952 4-16 2-13
1953 5-13 3-11
1954 11-9-1 8-7-1
1955 12-6 10-4
1956 6-15 3-12
1957 8-14 3-13
1958 4-9 2-6
1959 5-15 2-13
1960 8-13 5-8
1961 7-15 2-11
1962 2-18-2 0-16-2
1963 6-15 4-13
1964 7-14 4-12
1965 5-14 1-11
1966 2-16 1-12
1967 11-12 8-9
1968 7-15 2-13
1969 21-18 3-10
1970 24-16 5-10
1971 33-19 10-7
1972 35-15 13-5
1973 36-16 13-5 CWS District Tournaments
1974 37-22 11-4 CWS District Tournaments
1975 30-39 7-9
1976 27-23 12-12
1977 25-25-1 13-12
1978 31-17 10-13
1979 21-25 8-14
1980 34-21-1 13-9 CWS Regionals
1981 26-25-1 9-12-1
1982 28-17-2 11-12-1
1983 22-23-1 6-15
1984 28-17 9-11
1985 35-16 10-13
1986 25-29 9-18
1987 27-25 7-20
1988 30-23 11-16
1989 31-21-2 11-15-1
1990 28-30 12-13
1991 29-27 9-19
1992 29-24-1 11-12
1993 32-23-1 11-15-1
1994 28-30 10-20
1995 26-30 8-19
1996 29-25 14-16
1997 31-24 14-16
1998 25-28 6-24
1999 22-33 8-22
2000 21-33 8-22
2001 24-31 9-21
2002 24-27 7-21
2003 27-28 14-16
2004 45-19 16-14 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2005 34-21 13-17
2006 38-27 16-14 CWS Regionals
2007 54-13 22-8 CWS Regionals
2008 41-22 15-14 CWS Regionals
2009 37-27 12-17 CWS Regionals
2010 46-20 16-12 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2011 54-12 22-8 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS
2012 35-28 16-14 CWS Regionals
2013 54-12 26-3 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2014 51-21 17-13 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS
2015 51-21 20-10 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals / CWS
2016 43-19 18-12 CWS Regionals
2017 36-25-1 15-13-1 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals