Missouri Tigers baseball 1950–59

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1950[edit]

1950 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1950 record 11–9 (8-5 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (12th year)
Seasons
« 1949 1951 »
1950 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Nebraska y 11 3   .786     16 8   .667
Missouri 8 5   .615     11 9   .550
Oklahoma 7 5   .583     14 8   .636
Kansas 8 8   .500     10 8   .556
Iowa State 4 5   .444      
Colorado 4 7   .364      
Kansas State 5 11   .313     7 13   .350
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1950[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1950 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1950 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 12th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1950 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Lowell Alexander
  • Ross Boeger
  • Gene Crenshaw
  • Bob Davis
  • Sam Eatock
  • Floyd Eberhard
  • Roger Englert
  • Jack Frier
  • Bob Harting
  • Bud Heineman
  • Kent Kurtz
  • Clyde Lannenbeck
  • Bob Murrey
  • Robert Phillips
  • Bill Reddan
  • Jerry Rosenheim
  • Bob Smith
  • Walter Ulmer
  • Bob Wachter

Schedule[edit]

1950 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Arkansas 4–7 0–1
SMU 11–20 0–2
TCU 2–3 0–3
TCU 4–6 0–4
Nebraska 1–7 0–5 0-1
Nebraska 1–3 0–6 0-2
Washington University 8–5 1–6
Iowa State 5–1 2–6 1-2
Iowa State 4–3 3–6 2-2
Kansas 9–2 4–6 3-2
Kansas 3–9 4–7 3-3
Kansas 4–3 5–7 4-3
Kansas 1–2 5–8 4-4
Kansas State 6–2 6–8 5–4
Kansas State 3–1 7–8 6–4
Colorado 0–9 7–9 6–5
Washington University 12–0 8–9
Oklahoma 9–8 9–9 7–5
Oklahoma 6–0 10–9 8–5
Complete schedule unavailable

1951[edit]

1951 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1951 record 12–6 (9–4 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (13th year)
Seasons
« 1950 1952 »
1951 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Oklahoma y 10 1   .909     19 9   .679
Missouri 9 4   .692     12 6   .667
Nebraska 5 4   .556     10 5   .667
Colorado 3 5   .375      
Kansas 5 9   .357     6 9   .400
Kansas State 5 10   .333     5 10   .333
Iowa State 3 7   .300     8 7   .533
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the College World Series
As of June 30, 1951[2]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1951 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1951 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 13th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1951 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Dick Atkinson
  • Bill Barbour
  • Ross Boeger
  • Don Boenker
  • Gene Crenshaw
  • Floyd Eberhard
  • Herb Gellman
  • Bob Harting
  • Bud Heineman
  • Kent Kurtz
  • Clyde Lannenbeck
  • Robert Loschke
  • John Patchett
  • Robert Phillips
  • Bill Reddan
  • Junior Wren

Schedule[edit]

1951 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Washington University 2–0 1–0
Fort Leonard Wood 8–5 2–0
Oklahoma 4–5 2–1 0-1
Rockhurst 1–4 2–2
Kansas State 12–1 3–2 1–1
Kansas State 7–9 3–3 1–2
Kansas 8–0 4–3 2-2
Nebraska 4–3 5–3 3-2
Washington University 2–0 6–3
Fort Leonard Wood 5–18 6–4
Colorado 2–0 7–4 4-2
Kansas State 0–8 7–5 4-3
Kansas State 5–0 8–5 5-3
Complete schedule unavailable

1952[edit]

1952 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1952 record 20–7 (13–1 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (14th year)
Seasons
« 1951 1953 »
1952 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Missouri y 13 1   .929     20 7   .741
Nebraska 8 5   .615     13 7   .650
Kansas 8 6   .571     11 6   .647
Iowa State 6 6   .500      
Colorado 5 6   .455      
Oklahoma 10 1   .909     19 9   .679
Kansas State 2 15   .118     4 16   .200
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the College World Series
As of June 30, 1952[3]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1952 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1952 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 14th season at Missouri.

Led by All-Americans Don Boenker and Junior Wren, the Tigers advanced to the 1952 College World Series, losing to Holy Cross in the championship.[4]

Roster[edit]

1952 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Dick Atkinson
  • Bill Barbour
  • Bert Beckmann
  • Ross Boeger
  • Don Boenker
  • Dick Dickinson
  • Herb Gellman
  • Kent Kurtz
  • Gil Lauer
  • Ralph Monroe
  • John Patchett
  • Junior Wren
 

Schedule[edit]

1952 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Fort Leonard Wood 3–1 1–0
TCU 0–5 1–1
TCU 7–6 2–1
Oklahoma State 0–3 2–2
Oklahoma State 5–6 2–3
Kansas State 20–0 3–3 1-0
Kansas State 12–4 4–3 2-0
Iowa State 7–0 5–3 3-0
Iowa State 6–2 6–3 4-0
Fort Leonard Wood 2–6 6–4
Kansas State 9–6 7–4 5-0
Kansas State 4–5 7–5 5-1
Colorado 18–4 8–5 6-1
Colorado 19–4 9–5 7-1
Oklahoma 7–4 10–5 8-1
Oklahoma 5–4 11–5 9-1
Nebraska 6–5 12–5 10-1
Nebraska 8–5 13–5 11-1
Kansas 2–0 14–5 12-1
Kansas 5–2 15–5 13-1
Saint Louis 7–1 16–5
Saint Louis 8–1 17–5
Post–Season
NCAA Tournament: College World Series
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
June 12 vs. Northern Colorado Rosenblatt Stadium 15–1 18–5
June 13 vs. Holy Cross Rosenblatt Stadium 1–0 19–5
June 14 vs. Penn State Rosenblatt Stadium 3–2 20–5
June 16 vs. Holy Cross Rosenblatt Stadium 3–7 20–6
June 17 vs. Holy Cross Rosenblatt Stadium 4–8 20–7
Coach Simmons (in suit) with All-American Wren, Boenker, and Kurtz

Awards and honors[edit]

Don Boenker
  • First Team All-American[4]
Junior Wren
  • First Team All-American[4]
Kent Kurtz
  • Third Team All-American[4]

1953[edit]

1953 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1953 record 11–8 (9–5 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (15th year)
Seasons
« 1952 1954 »
1953 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Oklahoma y 7 2   .778     11 11   .500
Nebraska 10 3   .769     13 5   .722
Missouri 9 5   .643     11 8   .579
Colorado 4 4   .500      
Iowa State 4 5   .444      
Kansas 4 8   .333     6 10   .375
Kansas State 1 12   .077     4 13   .235
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the College World Series
As of June 30, 1953[5]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1953 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1953 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 15th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1953 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Bert Beckmann
  • Don Boenker
  • Buddy Cox
  • Dick Dickinson
  • James Doerr
  • Herb Gellman
  • John Jenkins
  • Bob Moheskey
  • Jerry Schoonmaker
  • Robert Schoonmaker
  • James Shepard
  • Larry Soffer
  • Victor Swenholt
  • Ray Uriarte
  • John Willingham
  • Lee Roy Wwnn

Schedule[edit]

1953 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Tulsa 5–6 0–1
Tulsa 10–9 1–1
Fort Leonard Wood 1–2 1–2
Oklahoma State 1–4 1–3
Oklahoma State 14–3 2–3
Kansas State 25–3 3–3 1-0
Kansas State 10–2 4–3 2-0
Nebraska 6–11 4–4 2-1
Nebraska 3–0 5–4 3-1
Colorado 9–5 6–4 4-1
Colorado 5–6 6–5 4-2
Kansas State 10–3 7–5 5-2
Kansas State 9–7 8–5 6-2
Kansas 8–3 9–5 7-2
Kansas 4–3 10–5 8-2
Kansas 10–9 11–5 9-2
Kansas 7–9 11–6 9-3
Oklahoma 2–5 11–7 9-4
Oklahoma 5–7 11–8 9-5

1954[edit]

1955[edit]

1955 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1955 record 14–6 (9–3 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (17th year)
Seasons
« 1954 1956 »
1955 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Oklahoma y 9 1   .900     13 10   .565
Missouri 9 3   .750     14 6   .700
Nebraska 10 4   .714     15 5   .750
Colorado 5 6   .455      
Iowa State 5 8   .385      
Kansas State 2 10   .167     4 11   .267
Kansas 2 10   .167     6 16   .273
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1955[6]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1955 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1955 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 17th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1955 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Bert Beckmann
  • Ed Cook
  • Buddy Cox
  • Jack Davis
  • George Gleason
  • Emil Kammer
  • Eldon Morgan
  • Bob Musgrave
  • Gary Rust
  • Todd Sickel
  • Norm Stewart
  • Lee Roy Wwnn

Schedule[edit]

1955 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Fort Leonard Wood 27–4 1–0
Fort Leonard Wood 6–2 2–0
Arkansas 11–5 3–0
Arkansas 1–2 3–1
Tulsa 12–2 4–1
Tulsa 10–4 5–1
Oklahoma State 3–4 5–2
Oklahoma State 7–10 5–3
Iowa State 7–0 6–3 1-0
Oklahoma 2–4 6–4 1-1
Oklahoma 0–4 6–5 1-2
Colorado 5–3 7–5 2-2
Kansas State 19–1 8–5 3-2
Kansas State 15–2 9–5 4-2
Nebraska 3–4 9–6 4-3
Nebraska 2–1 10–6 5-3
Kansas 11–2 11–6 6-3
Kansas 16–1 12–6 7-3
Iowa State 5–1 13–6 8-3
Iowa State 8–7 14–6 9-3

1956[edit]

1956 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1956 record 14–7 (7–6 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (18th year)
Seasons
« 1955 1957 »
1956 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Oklahoma y 7 2   .778     11 7   .611
Nebraska 8 4   .667     12 8   .600
Kansas 6 5   .545     14 5   .737
Missouri 7 6   .538     14 7   .667
Iowa State 6 6   .500      
Colorado 3 8   .273      
Kansas State 3 9   .250     5 10   .333
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1956[7]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1956 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1956 NCAA baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 18th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1956 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Jerry Cutright
  • Jack Davis
  • John Grace
  • Doug Fulick
  • Dan Herborn
  • Emil Kammer
  • Wade LaDue
  • Eldon Morgan
  • Bob Musgrave
  • Bill Ross
  • Paul Stehr
  • Norm Stewart

Schedule[edit]

1956 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Oklahoma State 7–5 1–0
Oklahoma State 9–10 1–1
Tulsa 14–6 2–1
Tulsa 8–6 3–1
Washington University 7–5 4–1
Washington University 12–3 5–1
Arkansas 2–0 6–1
Arkansas 8–2 7–1
Iowa State 6–1 8–1 1-0
Iowa State 18–4 9–1 2-0
Kansas State 8–1 10–1 3-0
Colorado 7–4 11–1 4-0
Colorado 3–4 11–2 4-1
Kansas 18–1 12–2 5-1
Kansas 14–5 13–2 6-1
Oklahoma State 6–13 13–3
Nebraska 7–10 13–4 6-2
Nebraska 27–4 14–4 7-2
Complete schedule unavailable

1957[edit]

1957 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Seven Conference
1957 record 13–7 (10–7 Big Seven)
Head coach Hi Simmons (19th year)
Seasons
« 1956 1958 »
1957 Big Seven Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Iowa State y 11 6   .647     17 10   .630
Oklahoma 9 6   .600     10 8   .556
Missouri 10 7   .588     13 7   .650
Kansas 9 8   .529     11 11   .500
Nebraska 8 9   .471     12 10   .545
Kansas State 5 10   .333     7 10   .412
Colorado 5 11   .313     10 11   .476
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1957[8]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1957 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1957 NCAA University Division baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 19th season at Missouri.

Roster[edit]

1957 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Bob Cooper
  • Jack Davis
  • Doug Gulick
  • Dave Hill
  • Ralph Hochgrebe
  • Charlie James
  • Lee Keefer
  • Hank Kuhlman
  • Wade LaDue
  • Don Miller
  • Paul Stehr
  • Bo Toft
  • Ray Uriarte

Schedule[edit]

1957 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Seven Record
Arkansas 12–6 1–0
Arkansas 9–7 2–0
Washington University 7–0 3–0
Colorado 6–2 4–0 1-0
Colorado 3–2 5–0 2-0
Iowa State 9–14 5–1 2-1
Iowa State 5–6 5–2 2-2
Iowa State 7–3 6–2 3-2
Kansas 16–5 7–2 4-2
Kansas 3–6 7–3 4-3
Kansas 5–1 8–3 5-3
Kansas State 16–4 9–3 6-3
Kansas State 6–5 10–3 7-3
Kansas State 9–2 11–3 8-3
Nebraska 6–8 11–4 8-4
Nebraska 2-7 11–5 8-5
Nebraska 5-2 12–5 9-5
Oklahoma 3–4 12–6 9-6
Oklahoma 1–0 13–6 10-6
Oklahoma 2–7 13–7 10-7

1958[edit]

1958 Missouri Tigers baseball
Conference Big Eight Conference
1958 record 22–7 (12–3 Big Eight)
Head coach Hi Simmons (20th year)
Seasons
« 1957 1959 »
1958 Big Eight Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Missouri y 12 3   .800     21 7   .750
Oklahoma State 13 5   .722     17 6   .739
Oklahoma 11 5   .688     12 8   .600
Kansas 11 6   .647     14 8   .636
Nebraska 12 9   .571     17 10   .630
Iowa State 8 12   .400     8 15   .348
Colorado 5 16   .238     7 19   .269
Kansas State 2 18   .100     2 18   .100
† – Conference champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1958[9]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1958 Missouri Tigers baseball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1958 NCAA University Division baseball season. The Tigers played their home games at Rollins Field. The team was coached by Hi Simmons in his 20th season at Missouri.

Led by All-Americans Sonny Siebert, Bo Toft and Ray Uriarte, the Tigers advanced to the 1958 College World Series, where they lost to Southern California in the championship game.

Roster[edit]

1958 Missouri Tigers
Roster
  • Doug Gulick
  • Bob Haas
  • Bud Harbin
  • Ralph Hochgrebe
  • Hank Kuhlman
  • Claude Lewis
  • Steve Lewis
  • Larry Luecke
  • Bob Meyers
  • Ernie Nevers
  • John O'Donoghue
  • Sonny Siebert
  • Gary Starr
  • Paul Stehr
  • Bo Toft
  • Ray Uriarte

Schedule[edit]

1958 Missouri Tigers Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Opponent Score Overall Record Big Eight Record
Ole Miss 12–6 1–0
Ole Miss 14–5 2–0
Arkansas State 13–0 3–0
Arkansas State 2–3 3–1
Nebraska 3–6 3–2 0-1
Nebraska 9–6 4–2 1-1
Nebraska 12–5 5–2 2-1
Washington University 4–5 5–3
Kansas 25–14 6–3 3-1
Kansas State 24–2 7–3 4-1
Kansas State 5–0 8–3 5-1
Kansas State 3–6 8–4 5-2
Oklahoma 5–4 9–4 6-2
Washington University 12–3 10–4
Iowa State 8–6 11–4 7-2
Iowa State 7–8 11–5 7-3
Iowa State 11–0 12–5 8-3
Colorado 17–8 13–5 9-3
Colorado 9–3 14–5 10-3
Colorado 8–3 15–5 11-3
Oklahoma State 14–4 16–5 12-3
Post–Season
NCAA Tournament: Division V Playoff
Opponent Score Overall Record
Iowa State Teachers 11–7 17–5
Iowa State Teachers 13–3 18–5
NCAA Tournament: College World Series
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
June 13 vs. Western Michigan Rosenblatt Stadium 3–1 19–5
June 15 vs. Colorado State Rosenblatt Stadium 11–2 20–5
June 16 vs. Holy Cross Rosenblatt Stadium 4–1 21–5
June 17 vs. Western Michigan Rosenblatt Stadium 3–1 22–5
June 18 vs. Southern California Rosenblatt Stadium 0–7 22–6
June 19 vs. Southern California Rosenblatt Stadium 7–8 22–7

Awards and honors[edit]

Ernie Nevers
  • First Team All Big Eight[4]
Sonny Siebert
  • Third Team All-American[4]
  • All District V[4]
  • First Team All Big Eight[4]
Bo Toft
  • Second Team All-American[4]
  • All District V[4]
  • First Team All Big Eight[4]
Ray Uriarte
  • First Team All-American[4]
  • All District V[4]
  • First Team All Big Eight[4]

1959[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1951". boydsworld.com. Retrieved April 19, 2013. 
  3. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1952". boydsworld.com. Retrieved April 19, 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "2012 Mizzou Baseball Media Guide" (PDF). mutigers.com. Retrieved 13 June 2012. 
  5. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1953". Boyd's World. Retrieved August 1, 2013. 
  6. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1955". Boyd's World. Retrieved August 1, 2013. 
  7. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1956". Boyd's World. Retrieved August 1, 2013. 
  8. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1957". Boyd's World. Retrieved August 1, 2013. 
  9. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1958". Boyd's World. Retrieved August 1, 2013.