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Missouri Tigers
2020 Missouri Tigers baseball team
Mizzou Athletics wordmark.svg
Founded1891
UniversityUniversity of Missouri
Athletic directorJim Sterk
Head coachSteve Bieser (4th season)
ConferenceSoutheastern
LocationColumbia, Missouri
Home stadiumTaylor Stadium
(Capacity: 3,031)
NicknameTigers
ColorsOld Gold and Black[1]
         
NCAA Tournament champions
1954
College World Series runner-up
1952, 1958, 1964
College World Series appearances
1952, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1964
NCAA Tournament appearances
1952, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1991, 1996, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012
Conference tournament champions
2012
Conference champions
1917, 1930,

The Missouri Tigers baseball team represents the University of Missouri in NCAA Division I college baseball. The Missouri Tigers had an overall record of 2053-1339-17 entering the 2012 season.

Head coaches[edit]

Name Years Won Lost Tied Pct.
A. M. Ebright 1906–1908 34 23 2 .576
Guy Lowman 1909–1910 20 11 1 .625
Chester Brewer 1911, 1914–1917, 1933–1934 61 32 3 .635

Osmond F. Field

1912–1913 20 12 2 .588

John F. Miller

1918–1921 30 16 1 .638
Jerry Jones 1922 9 5 0 .643
Hank Garrity 1923–1924 15 22 0 .405
Harry Kipke 1925 9 8 0 .529
Jack Crangle 1926–1932 54 55 0 .495
Anton Stankowski 1935–1936 16 17 0 .485
John 'Hi' Simmons 1937–1973 481 294 3 .618
Gene McArtor 1974–1994 733 430 3 .629
Tim Jamieson 1995–2016 652 504 2 .566

Year-by-year record[edit]

Season Coach Record Notes
Overall Conference
1891 Unknown 2–2
1892 1–2
1893 2–1
1894 Unknown
1895 Unknown
1896 2–3
1897 8–2–1
1898 6–3–1
1899 Unknown
1900 Unknown
1901 3–9
1902 6–6
1903 7–5
1904 10–8
1905 18–5
1906 A. M. Ebright 18–1–1
1907 9–12
1908 7–10–1
1909 Guy Lowman 9–6–1
1910 11–5
1911 Chester Brewer 8–3
1912 Osmond F. Field 11–7–1
1913 9–5–1
1914 Chester Brewer 7–7–3
1915 10–5
1916 16–2
1917 16–1 Missouri Valley Champions
1918 John F. Miller 11–3
1919 No Team Due To World War I
1920 John F. Miller 8–8
1921 11–5–1
1922 Jerry Jones 9–5
1923 Hank Garrity 8–10
1924 7–12
1925 Harry Kipke 9–8
1926 Jack Crangle 5–8
1927 7–8
1928 7–11
Big Six Conference
1929 Jack Crangle 8–9 8–5
1930 7–11 7–7
1931 10–2 6–1 Big Six Champions
1932 10–6 6–3 Big Six Champions
1933 Chester Brewer 5–6 3–3
1934 7–11
1935 Anton Stankowski 7–10 3–8
1936 9–7 3–5
1937 John 'Hi' Simmons 13–2–1 8–2 Big Six Champions
1938 11–2 8–2 Big Six Champions
1939 11–3 10–2
1940 8–4 6–4
1941 15–2 10–2 Big Six Champions
1942 12–3 7–1 Big Six Champions
1943 3–3
1944 No Team Due To World War II
1945 No Team Due To World War II
1946 John 'Hi' Simmons 5–7 4–4
Big Seven Conference
1947 John 'Hi' Simmons 11–8 9–6
1948 15–6 11–5
1949 7–11 5–7
1950 11–9–1 9–5
1951 12–6 9–4
1952 20–7 13–1 Big Seven Champions, College World Series Runner Up
1953 11–8 9–5
1954 22–4 11–1 Big Seven Champions, College World Series Champions
1955 14–6 9–3
1956 14–7 7–6
1957 13–7 10–7
Big Eight Conference
1958 John 'Hi' Simmons 22–7 12–3 Big Eight Champions, College World Series Runner Up
1959 3–17 3–11
1960 12–9 9–6
1961 16–7 13–6
1962 22–7 16–5 Big Eight Champions, College World Series 7th Place
1963 25–8 17–3 Big Eight Champions, College World Series 4th Place, No. 3 Final CB Poll
1964 26–5–1 19–0 Big Eight Champions, College World Series Runner Up, No. 2 Final CB Poll
1965 15–8 13–5 NCAA Regional, No. 18 Final CB Poll
1966 13–12 9–9
1967 15–14–1 12–9
1968 11–6 9–11
1969 14–13 11–10
1970 12–13 8–9
1971 17–16 12–9
1972 16–16 9–11
1973 13–21 8–12
1974 Gene McArtor 28–14 12–9
1975 17–20 8–10
1976 46–22 4–1 Big Eight Champions, NCAA Regional, No. 30 Final CB Poll
1977 36–15 9–1
1978 35–18 7–3 NCAA Regional
1979 45–12 16–4
1980 45–15–1 15–5 Big Eight Champions, NCAA Regional, No. 13 Final CB Poll
1981 43–18 17–6 NCAA Regional, No. 16 Final BA Poll
1982 39–17 12–9
1983 25–16 7–8
1984 27–20–1 7–8
1985 36–27 7–17
1986 33–27–1 12–12
1987 36–26 14–10
1988 42–22 14–10 NCAA Regional
1989 35–27 12–12
1990 28–27 11–13
1991 41–20 12–12 NCAA Regional, No. 28 Final CB Poll
1992 34–22 12–12
1993 30–19 15–10
1994 32–26 9–19
1995 Tim Jamieson 19–34 7–20
1996 39–19 20–8 Big Eight Champions, NCAA Regional, No. 29 Final CB Poll
Big 12 Conference
1997 Tim Jamieson 31–27 16–14
1998 36–18 17–12
1999 37–19 14–13
2000 33–24 13–14
2001 31–24–1 11–19
2002 24–29 9–16
2003 36–22 15–11 NCAA Regional
2004 38–23–1 12–14 NCAA Regional
2005 40–23 16–11 NCAA Regional, No. 21 Final BA Poll
2006 35–28 12–15 NCAA Super Regional, No. 16 Final CB Poll
2007 42–18 19–8 NCAA Regional, No. 24 Final CB Poll
2008 39–21 16–11 NCAA Regional, No. 19 Final BA Poll
2009 35–27 16–11 NCAA Regional
2010 29–26 10–16
2011 27–32 11–15
2012 33–28 10–14 Big 12 Tournament Champions, NCAA Regional
Southeastern Conference
2013 Tim Jamieson 18–32 10–20
2014 20–33 6–24
2015 30–28 16–16
2016 26-30 9-20
2017 Steve Bieser 35-21 14-16


CB=Collegiate Baseball[2]
BA=Baseball America[2]

Conference membership[edit]

Missouri in the NCAA Tournament[edit]

All-time series records against Big 12 members[edit]

Missouri
vs.
Overall Record
Baylor 26–30–1
Iowa State 171–84–3
Kansas 213–130–2
Kansas State 165–113–1
Oklahoma 106–148–1
Oklahoma State 81–138
Texas 27–33
Texas A&M 32–40
Texas Tech 29–22
*As of May 28, 2011.


Retired jersey numbers[edit]

Individual awards[edit]

National awards[edit]

Aaron Crow – 2008

All-Americans[edit]

All-College World Series[edit]

Conference awards[edit]

All Big 8[edit]

All Big 12[edit]

All Big 8 Tournament Team[edit]

All Big 12 Tournament Team[edit]

Current and former major league players[edit]

Source: Baseball Reference

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mizzou Athletics Brand Identity Guidelines (PDF). July 9, 2019. Retrieved September 3, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Division I Baseball Records" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved 19 April 2012.

External links[edit]