Jake Boss, Michigan State Spartans

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Jake Boss Jr. became the 16th head coach in Michigan State baseball annals in 2008, and since that time he has emerged as one of the most successful coaches in the program’s 130-year history. Over the past eight seasons Boss has guided the Spartans to a 264-181 record, which represents the most triumphs over any eight-year period in…

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Casey Dunn, Samford Bulldogs

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When he was hired to guide the Samford Bulldogs’ baseball program in 2004, Casey Dunn became the youngest head coach at the Division I level. In just his second season at Samford, he took the baseball team from not qualifying for the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament to being the league’s regular season champion as well as…

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Paul Mainieri, LSU Tigers

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Paul Mainieri has had unprecedented success at every stop in his coaching career. He began his career with a six-year stint at St. Thomas where he emerged as the school’s all-time winningest coach before becoming the first civilian head coach in the history of the Air Force Academy. From there he went to the University…

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Jim Schlossnagle, TCU Horned Frogs

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Texas Christian University made its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1956; thirty-eight years later, in 1994, the Horned Frogs reached the annual baseball event for a second time. That scenario has changed over the past decade and a half, which coincides with the arrival of head coach Jim Schlossnagle in 2003. Under the…

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Gregg Ritchie, George Washington Colonials

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If you are looking for a podcast about passion for the game of baseball, you’ve come to right place because this episode’s guest is Gregg Ritchie, head coach of the George Washington Colonials. The upcoming season will mark Coach Ritchie’s fifth as the Colonials’ head coach. His team is coming off their fourth consecutive campaign…

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Bill Brown, George Mason Patriots

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Head coach Bill Brown of the George Mason Patriots has been involved with the GMU program for four decades, including the last 35 as head coach. The native of Northern Virginia transferred to a junior college after his freshman season at the University of Georgia and joined the Georgia Mason program for his junior campaign. The…

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Brian O’Connor, Virginia Cavaliers

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Virginia head coach Brian O’Connor is in his 14th season as the skipper of the Cavaliers. Just prior to O’Connor’s arrival to Charlottesville, University of Virginia officials were considering moving baseball and several other non-revenue sports to an intramural level. Instead, O’Connor has built his program into a college baseball powerhouse and turned Virginia Baseball…

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Elton Pollock, Presbyterian Blue Hose

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Progress on the diamond has been achieved via baby steps for Presbyterian College since the Blue Hose joined the Division I ranks as a member of the Big South Conference in 2008. Head coach Elton Pollock, who is guiding the program for the 13th season, has seen his team take subtle yet significant strides over…

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Mike Sansing, Kennesaw State Owls

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Kennesaw State head coach Mike Sansing has guided the Owls for the past 25 years. After serving as head coach at Shorter College in Rome, Georgia, for three years, Sansing took over the Owl program in the fall of 1991 and won the NAIA national championship in 1994 and the NCAA Division II national championship…

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Dave Jarvis, Belmont Bruins

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Belmont head coach Dave Jarvis is in his 20th season as the leader of the Bruins. He is the program’s only head coach since the Bruins moved from the NAIA ranks to Division I in 1998 and has guided the program to more than 550 victories and 15 winning seasons. Jarvis’ teams won the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2011 and…

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