NCAA Division I college baseball team statistics

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The following is a list of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college baseball team statistics as of 2012, including all-time number of wins, losses, and ties; number of seasons played; and percent of games won.

This list includes record as a senior college only, and only teams with 25 or more seasons in Division I included.[1]

List as of 2013[edit]

Rank
(pct.)
Rank
(wins)
Team Seasons W L T Pct.
1 2 Texas 115 3,246 1,133 31 .740
2 8 Florida State 64 2,568 949 11 .729
3 24 Miami (Florida) 67 2,319 933 18 .712
4 40 Wichita State 75 2,039 932 8 .686
5 6 Arizona State 100 2,636 1,269 7 .675
6 -- Grambling State 85 1,689 842 3 .668
7 1 Fordham 151 4,298 2,130 48 .667
8 -- Southern 58 1,409 704 4 .667
9 20 Oklahoma State 100 2,354 1,184 4 .665
10 -- Oral Roberts 46 1,653 836 3 .664
11 -- St. John's (New York) 92 1,877 972 9 .658
12 -- East Carolina 63 1,655 875 10 .654
13 -- Coastal Carolina 36 1,301 694 0 .652
14 7 Arizona 106 2,573 1,370 23 .652
15 -- Cal State Fullerton 46 1,813 966 14 .652
16 -- South Alabama 47 1,621 892 3 .645
17 3 Southern California 117 2,698 1,482 28 .644
18 9 Clemson 114 2,566 1,416 30 .643
19 15 Texas A&M 109 2,402 1,357 42 .637
20 4 Michigan 138 2,681 1,528 36 .636
21 22 Oklahoma 106 2,327 1,339 11 .634
22 17 Fresno State 83 2,378 1,370 8 .634
23 19 Mississippi State 122 2,369 1,394 27 .629
24 14 Alabama 118 2,403 1,429 23 .626
25 11 North Carolina 122 2,530 1,515 37 .624
26 48 Central Michigan 104 1,956 1,175 17 .624
27 23 South Carolina 119 2,320 1,405 17 .622
28 25 Notre Dame 119 2,293 1,392 21 .622
29 13 Minnesota 123 2,406 1,463 25 .621
30 -- Hawaii 47 1,424 874 4 .619
31 -- BYU 80 1,862 1,144 13 .619
32 10 Washington State 116 2,536 1,561 6 .619
33 Missouri State 48 1,386 860 1 .617
34 36 North Carolina State 106 2,073 1,282 27 .617
35 -- James Madison 42 1,252 786 8 .614
36 31 Georgia Tech 113 2,216 1,395 26 .613
37 -- Seton Hall 126 1,898 1,195 24 .613
38 5 Stanford 118 2,655 1,674 35 .612
39 -- Delaware 121 1,893 1,194 27 .612
40 -- Arkansas 89 1,912 1,221 6 .610
41 29 Florida 97 2,229 1,430 24 .608
42 -- Georgia Southern 68 1,922 1,236 5 .608
43 33 Missouri 115 2,138 1,375 20 .608
44 49 Auburn 91 1,951 1,260 11 .607
45 21 Ohio State 128 2,352 1,522 40 .606
46 17 Illinois 132 2,378 1,541 38 .606
47 27 LSU 116 2,249 1,470 6 .605
48 -- Penn State 123 1,889 1,240 21 .603
49 28 San Diego State 79 2,244 1,473 38 .603
50 -- UCF 39 1,325 874 10 .602
-- 39 Oregon State 102 2,063 1,365 15 .601
-- 12 Harvard 144 2,412 1,616 35 .598
-- 50 Tulane[2] 107 1,948 1,312 19 .597
-- 44 Virginia Tech 118 1,978 1,360 26 .592
-- 47 West Virginia 117 1,959 1,364 19 .589
-- 37 Baylor 107 2,072 1,504 12 .579
-- 46 Nebraska 105 1,961 1,431 14 .578
-- 16 California 120 2,399 1,791 21 .572
-- 38 Georgia 108 2,068 1,585 23 .566
-- 50 TCU 114 1,948 1,531 25 .560
-- 41 Virginia 123 2,030 1,621 40 .555
-- 43 Vanderbilt 122 2,002 1,609 35 .554
-- 35 Michigan State 127 2,129 1,736 28 .550
-- 42 Indiana 116 2,015 1,646 22 .550
-- 32 Santa Clara 120 2,146 1,784 33 .546
-- 33 Princeton 148 2,138 1,784 45 .545
-- 30 UCLA 92 1,228 1,890 23 .541
-- 45 Iowa 121 1,970 1,690 28 .538
-- 26 Yale 147 2,259 1,996 40 .531

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ All-Time Winningest Teams, NCAA Division I Baseball Records.
  2. ^ "Tulane Baseball Media Guide". Tulane University Athletics. Retrieved April 4, 2014.