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NCAA.com | March 25, 2014

All-time NCAA baseball victories

Augie Garrito, above, took over the Texas program after Cliff Gustafson retired following the 1996 season.
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MOST NCAA BASEBALL VICTORIES
RANKCOACHWINSLOSSESTIES
1Augie Garrido *1,8948779
 • S.F. State 1969; Cal Poly 1970-72; Cal State Fullerton 1973-87; Illinois 1988-90; CSF 1991-96; Texas 1997-present
2Gordie Gillespie1,8939521
 • Lewis 1953-76; St. Francis (Ill.) 1977-95; Ripon 1996-2005; St. Francis (Ill.) 2006-11
3Gene Stephenson1,8376753
 • Wichita State 1978-2013
4Mike Martin *1,7906164
 • Florida State 1980-present
5Larry Hays1,5088604
 • Lubbock Christian 1971-86; Texas Tech 1987-2008
6Mark Marquess *1,5037917
 • Stanford 1977-present
7Chuck Hartman1,4448168
 • High Point 1960-78; Virginia Tech 1979-2006
8Don Schaly1,44232913
 • Marietta 1964-2003
9Cliff Gustafson1,4273732
 • Texas 1968-96
10Bill Holowaty1,4125287
 • Eastern Connecticut State 1969-2013
* -- Active  |  Games through March 25, 2014  |  Source: NCAA Record Book (includes record at four-year colleges only)

 

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