Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

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Collegiate Baseball Newspaper (also known as Collegiate Baseball Magazine and Collegiate Baseball) is an American publication based in Arizona that considers itself the "voice of amateur baseball" which has been published for over 40 years. It is most noted for handing out the following awards: Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year, Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year, and Collegiate Baseball All-Americans.[1]

It is published twice a month from January until June, and then once each in September and October.[2]

The "Collegiate Baseball" newspaper poll is college sports' oldest baseball poll.[3][4] A ranking of the top 30 teams is released prior to the season, weekly throughout the season, and after the conclusion of the College World Series. It started with the 1957 college baseball season.[3][4]

Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year[edit]

The Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year award is given to the best player in NCAA Division I. It was first awarded in 1984.[5]

Player of the Year
Season Player Position Team
1984 McDowell, OddibeOddibe McDowell OF Arizona State
1985 Incaviglia, PetePete Incaviglia OF Oklahoma State
1986 Swindell, GregGreg Swindell P Texas
1987 Robinson, MarteeseMarteese Robinson 1B Seton Hall
Ventura, RobinRobin Ventura 3B Oklahoma State
1988 Benes, AndyAndy Benes P Evansville
1989 Bryant, ScottScott Bryant UT Texas
McDonald, BenBen McDonald P Louisiana State
1990 Kelly, MikeMike Kelly OF Arizona State
1991 Jones, BobbyBobby Jones P Fresno State
1992 Peever, LloydLloyd Peever P Louisiana State
1993 Kieschnick, BrooksBrooks Kieschnick UT Texas
1994 Jackson, RyanRyan Jackson UT Duke
1995 Helton, ToddTodd Helton UT Tennessee
Kotsay, MarkMark Kotsay OF Cal State Fullerton
1996 Benson, KrisKris Benson P Clemson
1997 Drew, J. D.J. D. Drew OF Florida State
1998 Mench, KevinKevin Mench OF Delaware
1999 Jennings, JasonJason Jennings UT Baylor
2000 Bouknight, KipKip Bouknight P South Carolina
2001 Prior, MarkMark Prior P Southern California
2002 Greene, KhalilKhalil Greene SS Clemson
2003 Weeks, RickieRickie Weeks 2B Southern
2004 Weaver, JeredJered Weaver P Long Beach State
2005 Robinson, ShaneShane Robinson OF Florida State
2006 Kulbacki, KellenKellen Kulbacki OF James Madison
Roemer, WesWes Roemer P Cal State Fullerton
2007 Price, DavidDavid Price P Vanderbilt
Thomas, Jr., TonyTony Thomas, Jr. INF Florida State
2008 Posey, BusterBuster Posey C Florida State
2009 Strasburg, StephenStephen Strasburg P San Diego State
2010 Sale, ChrisChris Sale P Florida Gulf Coast
2011 Bauer, TrevorTrevor Bauer P UCLA
2012 Petree, NickNick Petree P Missouri State
2013 Bryant, KrisKris Bryant 3B San Diego
2014 Reed, A. J.A. J. Reed 3B Kentucky

Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year[edit]

The Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year award is given to the best coach in NCAA Division I. It was first awarded in 1980.[6]

Coach of the Year
Season Coach Team
1980 Kindall, JerryJerry Kindall Arizona
1981 Brock, JimJim Brock Arizona State
1982 Fraser, RonRon Fraser Miami (FL)
1983 Gustafson, CliffCliff Gustafson Texas
1984 Garrido, AugieAugie Garrido Cal State Fullerton
1985 Fraser, RonRon Fraser Miami (FL)
1986 Kindall, JerryJerry Kindall Arizona
1987 Marquess, MarkMark Marquess Stanford
1988 Cochell, LarryLarry Cochell Cal State Fullerton
1989 Snow, DaveDave Snow Long Beach State
1990 Webber, SteveSteve Webber Georgia
1991 Bertman, SkipSkip Bertman Louisiana State
1992 Lopez, AndyAndy Lopez Pepperdine
1993 Bertman, SkipSkip Bertman Louisiana State
1994 Cochell, LarryLarry Cochell Oklahoma
1995 Garrido, AugieAugie Garrido Cal State Fullerton
1996 Bertman, SkipSkip Bertman Louisiana State
Lopez, AndyAndy Lopez Florida
1997 Bertman, SkipSkip Bertman Louisiana State
1998 Batesole, MikeMike Batesole Cal State Northridge
Gillespie, MikeMike Gillespie Southern California
1999 Morris, JimJim Morris Miami (FL)
2000 Bertman, SkipSkip Bertman Louisiana State
2001 Morris, JimJim Morris Miami
2002 Garrido, AugieAugie Garrido Texas
2003 Graham, WayneWayne Graham Rice
2004 Horton, GeorgeGeorge Horton Cal State Fullerton
2005 Garrido, AugieAugie Garrido Texas
2006 Casey, PatPat Casey Oregon State
2007 Casey, PatPat Casey Oregon State
2008 Batesole, MikeMike Batesole Fresno State
2009 Mainieri, PaulPaul Mainieri Louisiana State
2010 Tanner, RayRay Tanner South Carolina
2011 Tanner, RayRay Tanner South Carolina
2012 Lopez, AndyAndy Lopez Arizona
2013 Savage, JohnJohn Savage UCLA
2014 Corbin, TimTim Corbin Vanderbilt

Collegiate Baseball All-Americans[edit]

The Collegiate Baseball All-Americans award is given to the best players at various positions in NCAA Division I. It was first awarded in 1981.[7]

Collegiate Baseball Freshmen All-Americans[edit]

Louisville Slugger's Freshmen All-American Baseball Team[edit]

See footnote[8]

Collegiate Baseball Freshman Pitcher of the Year[edit]

Collegiate Baseball Freshman Player of the Year[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baseball Reference
  2. ^ "About Collegiate Baseball Newspaper". Baseballnews.com. Retrieved May 17, 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Author (February 22, 2010). "Baseball News – Clemson moves into top 15 in both baseball polls". TigerNet.com. Retrieved May 17, 2010. 
  4. ^ a b "Rice No. 1, MSU 24th In Final Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Poll – Mississippi State University Bulldogs Official Athletic Site". mstateathletics.com. Retrieved May 17, 2010. 
  5. ^ Collegiate Baseball Player of the Year award. Baseball-Reference.com (Sports Reference LLC). Retrieved 2010-07-01.
  6. ^ Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year award. Baseball-Reference.com (Sports Reference LLC). Retrieved 2010-07-01.
  7. ^ Collegiate Baseball All-Americans. Baseball-Reference.com (Sports Reference LLC). Retrieved 2010-07-01.
  8. ^ a b c ""Louisville Slugger's" Freshmen All-American Baseball Team". Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Inc. June 9, 2010. Retrieved July 2, 2010. 

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