BYU Cougars baseball

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BYU Cougars baseball
2019 BYU Cougars baseball team
BYU Cougars logo.svg
Founded1909 (1909)
UniversityBrigham Young University
Head coachMike Littlewood (6th season)
ConferenceWest Coast
LocationProvo, Utah
Home stadiumLarry H. Miller Field
(Capacity: 2,710)
NicknameCougars
ColorsBlue and White[1]
         
College World Series appearances
1968, 1971
NCAA Tournament appearances
1962, 1968, 1971, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2001, 2002, 2017
Conference tournament champions
1983, 1985, 1988, 2001, 2002, 2017
Conference champions
1949, 1952, 1958, 1961, 1968, 1971, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1989, 2001, 2016, 2017

The BYU Cougars baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, United States.[2] The team is a member of the West Coast Conference, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. BYU's first baseball team was fielded in 1909. The team plays its home games at Larry H. Miller Field in Provo, Utah. The Cougars are coached by Mike Littlewood.

Head coaches[edit]

Year(s) Coach Seasons Overall record Pct
1908 Clayton Teetzel 1
1909, 11–12 Fred Bennion 3
1914–15 Dell Webb 2
1918, 20 E.L. Roberts 2
1948 Stan Watts 1 3–0 1.000
1949–51 Wayne Soffe 3 19–13–1 .591
1952–55 Dave Crowton 4 33–28 .541
1956 Wayne Tucker 1 9–8 .529
1957–59 Jay VanNoy 3 50–24–1 .673
1960–76 Glen Tuckett 17 445–256–4 .634
1977–99 Gary Pullins 23 913–462–6 .663
2000–12 Vance Law 13 397–348–2 .539
2013–current Mike Littlewood 7 180–144 .556

Season results[edit]

Year Coach Overall record Conference record Conference standing
1956 Wayne Tucker 9–8
1957 Jay VanNoy 7–10
1958 Jay VanNoy 13–5
1959 Jay VanNoy 14–6
1960 Glen Tuckett 12–13
1961 Glen Tuckett 27–6–1
1962 Glen Tuckett 26–10
Western Athletic Conference 1963–1999
1963 Glen Tuckett 22–12–1 7–1
1964 Glen Tuckett 16–16 5–5
1965 Glen Tuckett 23–15 4–8
1966 Glen Tuckett 22–16–1 6–6
1967 Glen Tuckett 33–14 8–4
1968 Glen Tuckett 31–17 8–4
1969 Glen Tuckett 30–15 13–5
1970 Glen Tuckett 31–14–1 14–3
1971 Glen Tuckett 32–16 12–4
1972 Glen Tuckett 33–15 12–6
1973 Glen Tuckett 30–20 13–5
1974 Glen Tuckett 19–17 12–5
1975 Glen Tuckett 22–19 15–1
1976 Glen Tuckett 26–21 15–3
1977 Gary Pullins 35–17 16–2
1978 Gary Pullins 37–15 16–2
1979 Gary Pullins 50–25–1 16–1
1980 Gary Pullins 41–18 14–3
1981 Gary Pullins 46–24 21–3
1982 Gary Pullins 43–16 20–4
1983 Gary Pullins 54–11 23–1
1984 Gary Pullins 42–17 18–5
1985 Gary Pullins 44–29 18–5
1986 Gary Pullins 34–18–2 14–10
1987 Gary Pullins 42–22 20–4
1988 Gary Pullins 41–18–1 20–5–1
1989 Gary Pullins 47–20 21–7
1990 Gary Pullins 43–25–1 20–7–1
1991 Gary Pullins 35–15 16–7
1992 Gary Pullins 38–19 17–9
1993 Gary Pullins 39–18 16–6
1994 Gary Pullins 37–20 16–7
1995 Gary Pullins 36–25–1 22–8
1996 Gary Pullins 38–19 20–8
1997 Gary Pullins 37–18 21–9
1998 Gary Pullins 29–24 13–17
1999 Gary Pullins 26–31 12–17 9th
Mountain West Conference 2000–2011
2000 Vance Law 29–29 15–15 3rd
2001 Vance Law 38–22 21–8 1st
2002 Vance Law 31–31–1 15–14 3rd
2003 Vance Law 30–24 18–12 2nd
2004 Vance Law 28–30 18–12 4th
2005 Vance Law 39–19–1 21–9 2nd
2006 Vance Law 33–28 14–8 2nd
2007 Vance Law 37–20 17–7 2nd
2008 Vance Law 22–36 10–14 4th
2009 Vance Law 30–24 14–8 3rd
2010 Vance Law 27–31 12–12 4th
2011 Vance Law 31–27 11–12 3rd
West Coast Conference (2012–present)
2012 Vance Law 22–27 10–14 7th
2013 Mike Littlewood 33–21 15–9 2nd
2014 Mike Littlewood 22–31 12–15 7th
2015 Mike Littlewood 28–26 16–11 3rd
2016 Mike Littlewood 37–17 18–10 1st
2017 Mike Littlewood 38–21 20–7 1st
2018 Mike Littlewood 22–28 11–16 10th
Totals

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BYU's Protected Marks and Verbiage". Brigham Young University. October 10, 2016. Retrieved August 29, 2018.
  2. ^ "BYU Cougars". d1baseball.com. Retrieved 2014-02-18.

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