Tim Jamieson

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Tim Jamieson
Sport(s) Baseball
Playing career
1978–1981 New Orleans
Position(s) Catcher
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1983–1988 New Orleans (assistant)
1989–1994 Missouri (assistant)
1995–2016 Missouri
Head coaching record
Overall 698–565–2
Tournaments 12–19 (NCAA)
26–22 (Big 12)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
1 Big Eight regular season (1996)
1 Big 12 Tournament (2012)
Awards
Big Eight Coach of the Year (1996)
Big 12 Coach of the Year (2007)

Tim Jamieson is an American baseball coach and former player. Most recently, Jamieson served as the head baseball coach at the University of Missouri from 1995 to 2016. The second winningest coach in school history, Jamieson coached in 3 conferences, and took his teams to 9 NCAA Regionals, winning two conference championships in the process.

After the 2016 season, Jamieson resigned from his position as head coach after 28 years at Missouri.[1]

Early life[edit]

A native of Columbia, Missouri, Jamieson graduated from Rock Bridge High School.[2] Jamieson's father, Dick, played for the New York Titans before serving as the Missouri offensive coordinator under Al Onofrio.[2]

Jamieson went on to attend the University of New Orleans where was a catcher for the New Orleans Privateers baseball team.[2] Jamieson and the Privateers made the NCAA tournament three times and Jamieson was named the team's most valuable player his senior year.[2]

Coaching career[edit]

Jamieson's first coaching job was as an assistant coach at his alma mater, the University of New Orleans.[2] While Jamieson was on the staff, the New Orleans Privateers made the NCAA tournament four times in five years and made the 1984 College World Series.[3] In 1988, Jamieson returned to his hometown as an assistant coach for the Missouri Tigers under Gene McArtor.[2]

When McArtor retired following the 1994 season, Jamieson took over as head coach.[2] In 1996, just his second season as head coach, and Missouri's last in the Big Eight Conference, Jamieson led the Tigers to a conference championship and was named Big 8 Coach of the Year.[2]

From 2003–2009, Jamieson led Missouri to seven consecutive NCAA tournaments.[4] In the 2006 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, Missouri won the Malibu regional, becoming the first #4 seed ever to win a regional.[5] In 2007, Jamieson won Big 12 Conference Baseball Coach of the Year honors, leading Missouri to 42 wins and earning a #1 seed and a place as a regional host in the 2007 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.

In 2012, Jamieson led Missouri to its first Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament championship.[6] Jamieson had previously led Missouri to the Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament Championship Game on three different occasions, losing to Oklahoma State in 2004, Texas in 2009, and Texas A&M in 2011.[7]

Jamieson has had 58 players selection in the Major League Baseball Draft, including three first round draft choices in Max Scherzer, Aaron Crow, and Kyle Gibson.[3] Ten Missouri players have earned All-American honors under Jamieson and 30 players have earned All-Conference honors with Aaron Senne earning Big 12 Conference Baseball Player of the Year honors and Max Scherzer and Aaron Crow earning Big 12 Conference Baseball Pitcher of the Year honors.[4]

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Missouri Tigers (Big Eight Conference) (1995–1996)
1995 Missouri 19–34 7–20 7th
1996 Missouri 39–19 20–8 1st NCAA Regional
Missouri Tigers (Big 12 Conference) (1997–2012)
1997 Missouri 31–27 16–14 6th
1998 Missouri 36–18 17–12 5th
1999 Missouri 37–19 14–13 7th
2000 Missouri 33–24 13–14 7th
2001 Missouri 31–24–1 11–19 10th
2002 Missouri 24–29 9–16 9th
2003 Missouri 36–22 15–11 4th NCAA Regional
2004 Missouri 38–23–1 12–14 7th NCAA Regional
2005 Missouri 40–23 16–11 4th NCAA Regional
2006 Missouri 35–28 12–15 7th NCAA Super Regional
2007 Missouri 42–18 19–8 2nd NCAA Regional
2008 Missouri 39–21 16–11 4th NCAA Regional
2009 Missouri 35–27 16–11 3rd NCAA Regional
2010 Missouri 29–26 10–16 8th
2011 Missouri 27–32 11–15 8th
2012 Missouri 33–28 10–14 6th NCAA Regional
Missouri Tigers (Southeastern Conference) (2013–present)
2013 Missouri 18–32 10–20 5th (East)
2014 Missouri 20–33 6–24 7th (East)
2015 Missouri 29–28 15–15 3rd (East)
2016 Missouri 26–30 9–20 T–6th (East)
Missouri: 698–565–2 284–321
Total: 698–565–2

      National champion         Postseason invitational 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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palmertpalmer, Tod. "Tim Jamieson resigns after 22 seasons as Missouri baseball coach | The Kansas City Star". Kansascity.com. Retrieved 2016-06-14. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Herrold, Benjamin (May 2009). "Coach Tim Jamieson: The Teacher at Taylor". Inside Columbia Magazine. Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Tim Jamieson". mutigers.com. Retrieved 11 April 2012. 
  4. ^ a b "2012 Mizzou Baseball Media Guide". Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  5. ^ Associated Press (June 6, 2006). "Missouri upsets Pepperdine, 8-3". Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved 10 April 2012. 
  6. ^ Nestor, Matt (27 May 2012). "Tigers win Big 12 Baseball Championship". Retrieved 28 May 2012. 
  7. ^ "Big 12 Baseball Record Book" (PDF). Big 12 Conference. Retrieved 11 April 2012. 

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