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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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