Iowa Hawkeyes baseball

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Iowa Hawkeyes
Founded: 1890
Iowa Hawkeyes athletic logo

University University of Iowa
Conference Big Ten
Location Iowa City, IA
Head Coach Rick Heller (1st year)
Home Stadium Duane Banks Field
(Capacity: 3,000)
Nickname Hawkeyes
Colors

Black and Gold

            
College World Series Appearances
1972
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1972, 1975, 1990
Conference Champions
1927 1938, 1939, 1942, 1949, 1972, 1974, 1990

Iowa Hawkeyes baseball started in 1890. They are a member of the Big Ten Conference. They are the only NCAA Division I baseball program in the state of Iowa.

Record By Year[edit]

This is a table of the Iowa Hawkeyes record year-by-year.[1][2] Starting with the 1981 season the Big Ten Tournament winner was declared conference champion. It also marked the first season of East and West divisions in the conference. They lasted through the 1987 season. Starting in 1993 the regular season winner was once again recognized as the conference champion. The Big Ten tournament was used to determine the NCAA automatic qualifier only.

Chicago sponsored baseball from 1896 through 1944 and again in 1946 before leaving the conference after the 1946 season. In 1951 Michigan State joined the conference giving it 10 schools sponsoring baseball. From 1896 through the 1991 season Wisconsin sponsored baseball. It dropped the sport after the 1991 season. Starting with the 1992 season Penn State joined the conference. Leaving the conference with ten baseball sponsoring members. In 2012 Nebraska joined the conference giving it 11 schools sponsoring baseball.

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Iowa (Independent) (1890–1905)
1890 2–1–0
1891 3–0–0
1892 2–1–0
1893 3–9–0
1894 N/A
1895 6–7–0
1896 5–2–0
1897 6–6–0
1898 5–2–1
1899 5–6–1
1900 13–2–0
1901 12–6–0
1902 7–13–0
1903 11–7–0
1904 12–4–0
1905 12–2–0
Iowa (Big Ten Conference) (1906–present)
1906 9–5–0 0–2–0 8th
1907 8–4–0 0–2–0 8th
1908 7–9–0 0–6–0 6th
1909 9–3–0 N/A N/A
1910 8–6–0 2–4–0 7th
1911 9–9–0 2–5–0 7th
1912 7–3–1 1–3?–0 6th
1913  ?–?–? 1–5–0 8th
1914  ?–?–? 2–3–0 T–7th
1915  ?–?–? 4–3–0 4th
1916  ?–?–? 2–4–0 7th
1917  ?–?–? 3–5–0 5th
1918  ?–?–? 2–3–0 5th
1919  ?–?–? 5–3–0 3rd
1920  ?–?–? 4–2–0 3rd
1921  ?–?–? 2–8–0 8th
1922  ?–?–? 4–6–0 6th
1923  ?–?–? 4–4–0 6th
1924  ?–?–? 4–7–0 8th
1925  ?–?–? 6–5–0 T–5th
1926  ?–?–? 2–8–0 10th
1927  ?–?–? 7–3–0 T–1st
1928  ?–?–? 6–5–0 T–6th
1929  ?–?–? 7–3–0 2nd
1930  ?–?–? N/A N/A
1931  ?–?–? 1–8–0 9th
1932  ?–?–? 3–2–0 5th
1933  ?–?–? 3–2–0 T–4th
1934  ?–?–? 5–6–0 T–5th
1935  ?–?–? 3–7–0 8th
1936  ?–?–? 8–2–0 3rd
1937 Otto Vogel 13–15–0 5–7–0 8th
1938 Otto Vogel 12–12–0 7–3–0 T–1st
1939 Otto Vogel 19–5–0 8–3–0 1st
1940 Otto Vogel 20–3–1 8–3–0 3rd
1941 Otto Vogel 22–6–0 9–3–0 2nd
1942 Otto Vogel 15–2–1 10–2–0 T–1st
1943 J. E. Davis 8–4–0 6–4–0 5th
1944 J. E. Davis 3–5–0 3–4–0 8th
1945 J. E. Davis 4–6–0 3–5–0 8th
1946 Otto Vogel 11–6–0 6–3–0 T–3rd
1947 Otto Vogel 13–11–1 6–6–0 5th
1948 Otto Vogel 15–12–0 5–6–0 T–5th
1949 Otto Vogel 14–8–0 8–4–0 T–1st
1950 Otto Vogel 19–6–0 8–3–0 3rd
1951 Otto Vogel 11–13–0 4–8–0 T–8th
1952 Otto Vogel 12–14–0 5–8–0 9th
1953 Otto Vogel 15–10–1 8–4–0 4th
1954 Otto Vogel 10–15–1 5–10–0 7th
1955 Otto Vogel 6–18–0 3–10–0 T–9th
1956 Otto Vogel 11–16–1 5–8–0 7th
1957 Otto Vogel 9–10–0 7–4–0 T–2nd
1958 Otto Vogel 9–19–2 3–12–0 10th
1959 Otto Vogel 10–18–1 5–9–0 9th
1960 Otto Vogel 7–17–0 3–8–0 10th
1961 Otto Vogel 8–16–0 4–9–0 8th
1962 Otto Vogel 13–16–1 5–9–0 T–7th
1963 Dick Schultz 20–9–0 9–5–0 2nd
1964 Dick Schultz 13–16–1 7–8–0 T–7th
1965 Dick Schultz 13–12–0 7–5–0 4th
1966 Dick Schultz 14–15–0 4–7–0 8th
1967 Dick Schultz 19–12–1 8–9–0 5th
1968 Dick Schultz 19–11–1 4–9–0 9th
1969 Dick Schultz 21–24–0 7–11–0 T–8th
1970 Dick Schultz & Duane Banks 24–22–0 6–11–0 9th
1971 Duane Banks 28–17–0 10–8–0 T–4th
1972 Duane Banks 25–17–0 13–3–0 1st NCAA CWS
1973 Duane Banks 16–14–1 8–10–0 T–7th
1974 Duane Banks 27–13–0 11–4–0 T–1st
1975 Duane Banks 29–14–0 11–3–0 2nd NCAA Regional
1976 Duane Banks 23–16–0 9–7–0 T–5th
1977 Duane Banks 40–14–0 10–8–0 T–4th
1978 Duane Banks 28–27–0 9–6–0 4th
1979 Duane Banks 32–12–0 10–6–0 5th
1980 Duane Banks 31–14–0 11–5–0 3rd
1981 Duane Banks 44–21–0 8–6–0 3rd (West)
1982 Duane Banks 31–23–0 5–11–0 5th (West)
1983 Duane Banks 32–21–1 7–7–0 2nd (West)
1984 Duane Banks 31–26–0 7–8–0 3rd (West)
1985 Duane Banks 40–20–0 9–7–0 T–2nd (West)
1986 Duane Banks 29–27–0 2–13–0 5th (West)
1987 Duane Banks 29–28–0 9–7–0 T–2nd (West)
1988 Duane Banks 29–25–0 14–14–0 6th
1989 Duane Banks 37–20–0 17–11–0 T–2nd
1990 Duane Banks 38–19–0 22–6–0 1st NCAA Regional
1991 Duane Banks 26–28–1 11–17–0 9th
1992 Duane Banks 26–28–0 12–16–0 7th
1993 Duane Banks 32–20–0 13–13–0 6th
1994 Duane Banks 22–34–1 13–15–0 T–3rd
1995 Duane Banks 29–24–0 13–15–0 7th
1996 Duane Banks 32–20–0 13–13–0 7th
1997 Duane Banks 17–30–0 7–16–0 10th
1998 Scott Broghamer 19–27–0 9–15–0 T–6th
1999 Scott Broghamer 22–34–0 6–22–0 10th
2000 Scott Broghamer 19–35–0 11–17–0 T–7th
2001 Scott Broghamer 19–29–0 8–17–0 T–9th
2002 Scott Broghamer 26–29–1 15–16–0 5th
2003 Scott Broghamer 18–29–0 10–21–0 10th
2004 Jack Dahm 20–35–0 12–20–0 8th
2005 Jack Dahm 28–29–0 19–13–0 3rd
2006 Jack Dahm 23–33–0 12–20–0 9th
2007 Jack Dahm 31–23–0 17–13–0 4th
2008 Jack Dahm 22–33–0 10–22–0 10th
2009 Jack Dahm 16–35–0 4–19–0 10th
2010 Jack Dahm 30–28–0 13–11–0 T–3rd
2011 Jack Dahm 20–32–0 9–15–0 9th
2012 Jack Dahm 23–27–0 10–14–0 9th
2013 Jack Dahm 22–27–0 10–14–0 8th
2014 Rick Heller 30-23 10-14 T-7th
Total: 2014–1743–28

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Head coaching history[edit]

# Name Years Record
N/A None 1890–1899 37–34–2
1 Alden Knipe 1900–1901 25–8–0
2 S. C. Williams 1902–1903 18–20–0
3 John Chalmers 1904–1905 24–6–0
4 John G. Griffith 1906–1906 9–5–0
5 L. J. Storey 1907–1907 8–4–0
6 Maury Kent 1908–1908 7–9–0
7 Charles Kirk 1909–1909 9–3–0
8 Ted Green 1910–1910 8–6–0
9 Walt Stewart 1911–1912 16–12–1
10 Viva Lindeman 1913–1913 8–8–0
11 Maury Kent 1914–1918 42–26–3
12 Howard Jones 1919–1919 10–6–0
13 James N. Ashmore 1920–1922 23–20–1
14 Sam Barry 1923–1924 19–15–0
15 Otto Vogel 1925–1942 247–146–5
16 J. E. Davis 1943–1945 15–15–0
17 Otto Vogel 1946–1962 193–236–8
18 Dick Schultz 1963–1970 129–106–3
19 Duane Banks 1970–1997 810–575–4
20 Scott Broghamer 1998–2003 123–183–1
21 Jack Dahm 2004–2013 215–270–0
22 Rick Heller 2014-present 30-23

Big Ten Conference tournaments[edit]

Iowa has made eight appearances in the Big Ten Conference tournament. They appeared in 1983, 1987, 1989, 1990, 2002, 2005, 2007, and 2010. They have an overall record of 7–16–0.

NCAA Tournament History[edit]

The number in parentheses next to the team name represents that teams seed in the regional portion of the bracket.

Season Seed Region Eliminated
Round
Teams Defeated Lost to
1972  ?  ? Champions Northern Illinois
Central Michigan
Bowling Green
Bowling Green
Central Michigan
1975 N/A Midwest Regional First Round - Tulsa
Texas A&M
1990[3] 3 Northeast Regional Second Round - (4) Maine
(1) North Carolina

NCAA College World Series[edit]

Season Seed Region Eliminated
Round
Teams Defeated Lost to
1972 N/A - First Round - Arizona State
Temple

Final poll rankings[edit]

This is a table of Iowa's ranking in the Collegiate Baseball Division I Final Polls.[4]

Season Ranking
1963 #25
1972 #7
1974 #17
1975 #27

Big Ten[edit]

Iowa playing against Michigan in Ann Arbor during the 2013 season.
  • Note: Teams in italics are no longer in the conference or no longer sponsor baseball. Records are through the end of the 2010–2011 school year. Records reflect all-time records against members, not only in conference play.
School Record
Chicago 25–19–1
Illinois 81–120–2
Indiana 74–58–0
Michigan 44–100–0
Michigan State 57–71–0
Minnesota 106–171–0
Nebraska 9–11–0
Northwestern 128–96–2
Ohio State 74–68–1
Penn State 24–33–0
Purdue 86–62–1
Wisconsin 69–71–0

Rivals[edit]

School Record
Drake 21–3–0
Iowa State 59–63–1
Northern Iowa 68–24–1

Notable players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Big Ten Conference (2011). "2012 Big Ten Conference baseball record book". Big Ten Conference. p. 30. Retrieved 31 March 2012. 
  2. ^ University of Iowa (2011). "2011 Iowa Hawkeyes baseball media guide". University of Iowa. p. 96. Retrieved 31 March 2012. 
  3. ^ http://www.nettally.com/jcarr/Baseball/region/1990.html
  4. ^ http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/BS10OL.pdf

External links[edit]

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