Tim Corbin

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Tim Corbin
Sport(s) Baseball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Vanderbilt
Record 517–250
Biographical details
Born (1961-07-05) July 5, 1961 (age 53)
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Clemson (assistant)
Head coaching record
Overall 623–388
Accomplishments and honors
2007 Southeastern Conference
2007 Southeastern Conference Tournament
2011 Southeastern Conference
2013 Southeastern Conference
2014 College World Series
2007 SEC Coach of the Year
2013 SEC Coach of the Year
2007 CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Coach of the Year
2014 Baseball America College Coach of the Year
2014 Collegiate Baseball National Coach of the Year

Tim Corbin (born July 5, 1961) is the head baseball coach of the Vanderbilt Commodores baseball team. Since becoming the coach of Vanderbilt in 2003, Corbin has taken the Commodores from the perennial Southeastern Conference doormat to (at one point) the number one ranked team in the country. On June 25, 2014, he led the team to Vanderbilt's first ever men's NCAA Championship in any sport, winning the College World Series.[1] In his first five years, Corbin amassed a 198-108 record with the Commodores. On May 2, 2014 Corbin won his 500th game at Vanderbilt vs Missouri 8-3.[2] [3] Before coming to Vanderbilt, Corbin served as an assistant coach at Clemson University for nine years, where he coached ACC player of the year T. Groves, and as head coach at Presbyterian College for six years. At Presbyterian, Corbin help direct a program that was dormant for several years. He compiled a 106-138 record with the Blue Hose, which was transitioning from NAIA to NCAA Division II. The Blue Hose made three consecutive appearances in the South Atlantic playoffs (1991–93), and Corbin earned South Atlantic Coach of the Year honors in 1990.

Corbin also served as manager for the USA Baseball National Team in the summer 2006. He led the team to a 28-2-1 record that culminated with a gold medal finish at the FISU (International University Sports Federation) World University Championship in Havana, Cuba. The .919 winning percentage was the highest ever for a national team and it garnered special recognition by the United States Olympic Committee in September. Additionally, Corbin managed three of his Commodore players on this team: David Price, Pedro Alvarez, and Casey Weathers.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Vanderbilt Commodores (Southeastern Conference) (2003–present)
2003 Vanderbilt 27–28 14–16 2nd (East)
2004 Vanderbilt 45–19 16–14 4th (East) NCAA Super Regional
2005 Vanderbilt 34–21 13–17 4th (East)
2006 Vanderbilt 38–27 16–14 3rd (East) NCAA Regional
2007 Vanderbilt 54–13 22–8 1st (East) NCAA Regional
2008 Vanderbilt 41–22 15–14 4th (East) NCAA Regional
2009 Vanderbilt 37–27 12–17 4th (East) NCAA Regional
2010 Vanderbilt 46–20 16–12 3rd (East) NCAA Super Regional
2011 Vanderbilt 54–12 22–8 T–1st (East) College World Series
2012 Vanderbilt 35–28 16–14 4th (East) NCAA Regional
2013 Vanderbilt 54–12 26–3 1st (East) NCAA Super Regional
2014 Vanderbilt 51–21 17–13 3rd (East) College World Series Champions
Vanderbilt: 517–250 205–150
Total: 517–250

      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

Awards and honors[edit]

  • 2007 CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Coach of the Year[4]
  • 2007 SEC Coach of the Year[5]
  • 2013 SEC Coach of the Year [6]
  • 2014 Baseball America College Coach of the Year [7]
  • 2014 Collegiate Baseball National Coach of the Year [8]

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