Virginia Cavaliers baseball

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Infobox College baseball team
name = Virginia Cavaliers
founded =1889



logo_size =
university = University of Virginia
conference = Atlantic Coast Conference
conference_short = ACC
division = Coastal
city = Charlottesville
stateabb = VA
state = Virginia
coach = Brian O'Connor
tenure =5th
stadium = Davenport Field
capacity = 2,924
nickname = Cavaliers
color1 = Orange
color2 = Navy Blue
color3 =
fontcolor = FFFFFF
hex1 = E65B00
hex2 = 002273
hex3 =
national_champion =
cws =
ncaa_tourneys =1972, 1985, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
conference_tournament =
conference_champion = 1996
The Virginia Cavaliers baseball team represents the University of Virginia in NCAA Division I college baseball. Established in 1889, the team participates in the Coastal division of the Atlantic Coast Conference and plays its home games at Davenport Field.

History


= Current MLB players =

*Joe Koshansky, 1B, Colorado Rockies
*Javier López, RHP, Boston Red Sox
*Mark Reynolds, 3B, Arizona Diamondbacks
*Ryan Zimmerman, 3B, Washington Nationals

Famous former players

*Seth Greisinger, Retired RHP
*Eppa Rixey, LHP, 1963 Hall of Fame inductee

Head Coaches

*Unknown (1889-1909) 288-167-9
*Charles Rigler (1910-12) 32-32-2
*Jack Ryan (1913-1916, 1922) 60-43-1
*James L. White (1917, 1920) 13-9-1
*H.H. Lannigan (1918) 7-4-0
*E.W. Smith (1919) 8-8-1
*W. Rice Warren (1921) 7-15-0
*Earle "Greasy" Neale (1923-29) 80-73-2
*Roy Randall (1930) 2-12-0
*Gus Tebell (1931-43, 1945-55) 266-189-9
*A.A. Corcoran (1944) 6-5-1
*Evan “Bus” Male (1956-59) 36-50-0
*Ted Davenport (1960-61) 10-26-2
*James West (1962-80) 281-276-5
*Dennis Womack (1981-2003) 594-605-7
*Brian O'Connor (2004-Present) 130-51 (through 2007 season)

Virginia in the NCAA Tournament

*The NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament started in 1947.


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