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Skip Bertman   Bertman guided LSU to five NCAA baseball titles, seven SEC championships and a record of 870-330-3 (.724) in 18 seasons, from 1984-2001.

Skip Bertman

Bertman guided LSU to five NCAA baseball titles, seven SEC championships and a record of 870-330-3 (.724) in 18 seasons, from 1984-2001.

Will Clark   Clark, a first baseman, was BCA All-American in 1984 and consensus All-American in 1985, when he became the first SEC player to win the Golden Spikes Award.

Will Clark

Clark, a first baseman, was BCA All-American in 1984 and consensus All-American in 1985, when he became the first SEC player to win the Golden Spikes Award.

Rod Dedeaux   Dedeaux coached USC Trojans for 45 years with a record of 1,332-571-11. He had the most wins when he retired. His teams won 10 College World Series titles.

Rod Dedeaux

Dedeaux coached USC Trojans for 45 years with a record of 1,332-571-11. He had the most wins when he retired. His teams won 10 College World Series titles.

Ron Fraser   Fraser won two NCAA national titles. He left the coaching ranks as second winningest all-time coach with a 1,271-438-9 (.747) record.

Ron Fraser

Fraser won two NCAA national titles. He left the coaching ranks as second winningest all-time coach with a 1,271-438-9 (.747) record.

Cliff Gustafson   He was among the top five all-time winningest coaches in Division with a record of 1,427-373-2 (.792) at Texas. His Longhorns won national championships in 1975 and 1983.

Cliff Gustafson

He was among the top five all-time winningest coaches in Division with a record of 1,427-373-2 (.792) at Texas. His Longhorns won national championships in 1975 and 1983.

Bob Horner    He played shortstop, second and third, earning All-WAC honors three times. He lead Arizona State to three consecutive College World Series appearances, including the 1977 championship.

Bob Horner

He played shortstop, second and third, earning All-WAC honors three times. He lead Arizona State to three consecutive College World Series appearances, including the 1977 championship.

Brooks Kieschnic k  At Texas, Kieschnick was two-time ABCA Player of the Year, two-time Dick Howser Award-winner and the 1993 Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Year.

Brooks Kieschnick

At Texas, Kieschnick was two-time ABCA Player of the Year, two-time Dick Howser Award-winner and the 1993 Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Year.

Robin Ventura   Oklahoma State's Ventura finished third in Baseball America's Player of the Century poll. He still holds college baseball's hitting-streak record at 58 games. He batted.428 during his career

Robin Ventura

Oklahoma State's Ventura finished third in Baseball America's Player of the Century poll. He still holds college baseball's hitting-streak record at 58 games. He batted.428 during his career

Dave Winfield   He was was a First-Team All-American in 1973. He was named Most Outstanding Player in the 1973 College World Series. In the CWS

Dave Winfield

He was was a First-Team All-American in 1973. He was named Most Outstanding Player in the 1973 College World Series. In the CWS

Bobby Winkles  Winkles was 524-173 in 13 years and a three-time NCAA Coach of the Year. He won three national championships ('65, '67, '69) in four appearances over the span of five years

Bobby Winkles

Winkles was 524-173 in 13 years and a three-time NCAA Coach of the Year. He won three national championships ('65, '67, '69) in four appearances over the span of five years