Oregon State's Pat Casey Named National Coach of the Year by <i>Collegiate Baseball</i>
June 28, 2006
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - OREGON STATE head Coach Pat Casey has been named National Coach of The Year by Collegiate Baseball, becoming the fifth Pac-10 coach to receive the award.
Casey, who earns his first National Coach of the Year honor by the newspaper, led the Beavers to its first national championship with a 3-2 win over North Carolina at the College World Series. The victory concluded a remarkable run for the Beavers, who lost their first game in Omaha but reached the championship with four straight wins. After losing Game 1 to North Carolina, Oregon State pulled out two victories.
Oregon State (50-16) became the first team in 60 years of the CWS to lose twice in Omaha and win the national title. Oregon State also is the first truly Northern-based school to win the series since Ohio State in 1966.
(Pac-10 Coaches in Bold)
2006: Pat Casey, Oregon State2005: Augie Garrido, Texas2004: George Horton, Cal State Fullerton2003: Wayne Graham, Rice2002: Augie Garrido, Texas2001: Jim Morris, Miami2000: Skip Bertman, LSU1999: Jim Morris, Miami1998: Mike Gillespie, USC1997: Skip Bertman, LSU Mike Batesole, Cal State Northridge1996: Skip Bertman, LSU,1995: Augie Garrido, Cal State Fullerton1994: Larry Cochell, Oklahoma Andy Lopez, Florida1993: Skip Bertman, LSU1992: Andy Lopez, Pepperdine1991: Skip Bertman, LSU1990: Steve Webber, Georgia1989: Dave Snow, LSU1988: Larry Cochell, Cal State Fullerton1987: Mark Marquess, Stanford1986: Jerry Kindall, Arizona1985: Ron Fraser, Miami1984: Augie Garrido, Cal State Fullerton1983: Cliff Gustafson, Texas1982: Ron Fraser, Miami1981: Jim Brock, Arizona State1980: Jerry Kindall, Arizona
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