|Born||August 25, 1963|
La Porte, Indiana
|Alma mater||Purdue University|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1991–1992||Ball State (GA)|
|1994||Notre Dame (asst.)|
|1995–1998||Arizona State (asst.)|
|Head coaching record|
Big Ten: 14-18
|Accomplishments and honors|
|Big Ten: (2012)|
Big Ten Tournament: (2012)
|Big Ten Coach of the Year: (2012)|
Doug Schreiber (born August 25, 1963) was most recently the head baseball coach of the Purdue Boilermakers, a position he had held since prior to the 1999 season. Through 18 seasons as the head coach, as of the end of the 2016 season, he has posted a 485–489 record. From 2004 to 2006, Purdue qualified for three consecutive Big Ten Baseball Tournaments. His 2006 team went 31–27, and defeated #2 North Carolina. In 2001, Purdue finished second in the Big Ten Conference, for its best finish in over 30 years. The 2001 team upset #1 ranked Rice to start the season.
Schreiber ranks second in school history in all-time wins, and first in conference wins with 132. From 1995 to 1998, he served as the top assistant coach at Arizona State University. In 1994, he was an assistant coach for a Notre Dame team that finished 46–16.
Schreiber was a four-year starter at Purdue from 1983 to 1986. He was a second baseman, who appears in the school record books for multiple categories. He ranks first in school history in walks (132), fourth in runs scored (159), third in games played (220), and sixth in triples (9). Following the 2016 season, Schreiber resigned as the head baseball coach at Purdue.
Head coaching records
|Purdue (Big Ten Conference) (1999–2016)|
|2000||Purdue||35-23||17-11||t-3rd||Big Ten Tournament|
|2001||Purdue||32-24||19-7||2nd||Big Ten Tournament|
|2004||Purdue||29-28||17-14||5th||Big Ten Tournament|
|2005||Purdue||27-30||17-11||2nd||Big Ten Tournament|
|2006||Purdue||31-27||15-17||t-5th||Big Ten Tournament|
|2008||Purdue||32-26||21-10||2nd||Big Ten Tournament|
|2009||Purdue||25-26||11-12||6th||Big Ten Tournament|
|2010||Purdue||33-24||12-12||t-5th||Big Ten Tournament|
|2011||Purdue||37-20||14-10||3rd||Big Ten Tournament|
|Big Ten Conference:||485–489||227-250|
Postseason invitational champion
- Nathan Baird (May 22, 2016). "Purdue's Schreiber couldn't reclaim success". www.jconline.com. Lafayette Journal & Courier. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
- "2012 Purdue Baseball Record Book". PurdueSports.com. Purdue Sports Information. Archived from the original on 2012-07-20. Retrieved 20 July 2012.
- "2013 Big Ten Conference Baseball Standings". D1Baseball.com. Jeremy Mills. Archived from the original on May 20, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013.