1974 USC Trojans baseball team

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1974 USC Trojans baseball
Interlocking USC Logo.svg
Conference Pacific-8 Conference
1974 record 50–20 (11–7 Pac-8)
Head coach Rod Dedeaux (33rd year)
Home stadium Dedeaux Field
Seasons
« 1973 1975 »

The 1974 USC Trojans baseball team represented the University of Southern California in the 1974 NCAA Division I baseball season. The team was coached Rod Dedeaux in his 33rd season.

The Trojans won the College World Series, defeating the Miami Hurricanes in the championship game, completing their run of five consecutive national championships.

Roster[edit]

1974 USC Trojans roster
 

Pitchers

 

Infielders

Catchers

 

Outfielders

Coaches

 

Schedule[edit]

1974 USC Trojans Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
Post–Season

Awards and honors[edit]

Rob Adolph
  • College World Series All-Tournament Team[1]
Mike Barr
  • College World Series All-Tournament Team[1]
Marvin Cobb
  • College World Series All-Tournament Team[1]
Rich Dauer
  • All-America First Team[2]
  • College World Series All-Tournament Team[1]
  • All-Pacific-8 First Team[2]
Russ McQueen
  • All-Pacific-8 First Team[2]
George Milke
Bob Mitchell
  • College World Series All-Tournament Team[1]
Creighton Tevlin
  • All-Pacific-8 First Team[2]

Trojans in the 1974 MLB Draft[edit]

The following members of the USC baseball program were drafted in the 1974 Major League Baseball Draft.[3]

June regular draft[edit]

Player Position Round Overall MLB Team
Rich Dauer SS 1st 24th Baltimore Orioles
Russ McQueen RHP 14th 322nd California Angels
Mark Barr RHP 14th 332nd Boston Red Sox
Anthony Davis OF 15th 360th Baltimore Orioles
Brian Heublein LHP 19th 444th Los Angeles Dodgers
Creighton Tevlin OF 24th 539th Baltimore Orioles

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "College World Series Record Book". NCAA.org. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d "2012 USC Trojans Baseball Media Guide". USCTrojans.com. Retrieved 2 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "MLB Amateur Draft Picks who came from "University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)"". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved 4 July 2012. 

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