Northeastern Huskies baseball

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Northeastern Huskies
Northeastern Huskies wordmark.svg
Founded1921;100 years ago (1921)
University Northeastern University
Head coach Mike Glavine (7th season)
Conference Colonial Athletic
Location Brookline, Massachusetts
Home stadium Parsons Field
(Capacity: 3,000)
Nickname Huskies
ColorsRed and Black [1]
         
College World Series appearances
1966
NCAA Tournament appearances
1964, 1966, 1972, 1973, 1994, 1997, 2003, 2018, 2021
Conference tournament champions
AEC: 1994, 1997, 2003
CAA: 2021
Conference champions
AEC: 2004, 2005
CAA: 2017, 2018, 2021

Northeastern Huskies baseball is the varsity intercollegiate team representing Northeastern University in the sport of college baseball at the Division I level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). [2] The team is led by Mike Glavine, and plays its home games at Parsons Field just off campus in Brookline, Massachusetts. The Huskies are members of the Colonial Athletic Association, which they joined in 2006. [3]

Season-by-season records

YearOverall record [4] PostseasonHead coach
WLTWin %
1921261.278 Arthur Duffey
1922590.357Maddison Jeffrey
1923660.500Maddison Jeffrey
1924360.333Rufus Bond
19251110.083Rufus Bond
1926760.538Rufus Bond
1927950.643Rufus Bond
1928460.400Rufus Bond
1929490.308Rufus Bond
19302130.133 Alfred McCoy
1931791.441Alfred McCoy
1932870.533Alfred McCoy
1933770.500Alfred McCoy
19341220.857Alfred McCoy
1935980.529Alfred McCoy
19365110.313Alfred McCoy
19378110.421Alfred McCoy
19381070.588 Herb Gallagher
19391160.647Herb Gallagher
19401030.769Herb Gallagher
19411240.750Herb Gallagher
19421230.800Herb Gallagher
19434110.267 Emanuel Flumere
1944541.550Emanuel Flumere
1945360.333Eugene Pare
1946750.583Herb Gallagher
19475110.313Herb Gallagher
1948970.563Herb Gallagher
1949990.500Herb Gallagher
1950790.438Herb Gallagher
1951890.471Herb Gallagher
YearOverall RecordPost SeasonHead Coach
WLTWin %
19521260.667Herb Gallagher
19537100.412Herb Gallagher
19541351.711Herb Gallagher
19559101.475Herb Gallagher
19561470.667 John Connelly
195712101.543John Connelly
19587120.368John Connelly
1959891.472John Connelly
1960990.500John Connelly
YearOverall RecordPost SeasonHead Coach
WLTWin %
19615120.294John Connelly
196210100.500John Connelly
19631260.667John Connelly
19641460.700 NCAA District 1 FinalsJohn Connelly
19651380.619John Connelly
19661880.692 CWS 1st RoundJohn Connelly
19677100.412John Connelly
19681190.550John Connelly
19698110.421John Connelly
1970991.500John Connelly
19718130.381John Connelly
19721770.708 NCAA District 1 SemifinalsJohn Connelly
19731581.646 NCAA District 1 SemifinalsJohn Connelly
197413100.565John Connelly
197512120.500John Connelly
197613130.500John Connelly
19779160.333John Connelly
19786220.214John Connelly
197914120.538John Connelly
198014120.538John Connelly
198110190.345John Connelly
19828171.327Charles O'Malley
198316170.485Charles O'Malley
198420200.500Charles O'Malley
YearOverall RecordECAC North RecordPost SeasonHead Coach
WLTWin %WLTWin %
198514190.424380.273Charles O'Malley
198625140.641950.643 Neil McPhee
198720140.588960.600Neil McPhee
198819231.453780.467Neil McPhee
198921201.5125100.333Neil McPhee
YearOverall RecordNAC RecordBeanpot Results [5] Head Coach
WLTWin %WLTWin %
199026200.565960.6003rdNeil McPhee
199135150.7001230.8003rdNeil McPhee
199222181.54916120.5712ndNeil McPhee
199317190.4727140.333No Consolation GameNeil McPhee
199435160.6861860.7501st NCAA Mideast RegionalNeil McPhee
199529170.6301680.6671stNeil McPhee
199618260.40911110.5002ndNeil McPhee
YearOverall RecordAmerica East RecordBeanpot ResultsHead Coach
WLTWin %WLTWin %
199733190.63512120.500No Consolation Game NCAA West RegionalNeil McPhee
199826220.5421790.6544thNeil McPhee
199928210.57118100.6434thNeil McPhee
200025240.51015110.5772ndNeil McPhee
200119320.37311170.3933rdNeil McPhee
200229220.56911110.5001stNeil McPhee
200327240.52912100.5453rd NCAA Baton Rouge RegionalNeil McPhee
200428200.5831460.7002ndNeil McPhee
200526230.5311460.7002ndNeil McPhee
YearOverall RecordCAA RecordBeanpot ResultsHead Coach
WLTWin %WLTWin %
200627230.54019100.6553rdNeil McPhee
200724220.52212170.4141stNeil McPhee
200825261.49012171.4173rdNeil McPhee
200928250.52813110.5421stNeil McPhee
201013310.2955190.2082ndNeil McPhee
201118330.35312180.4004thNeil McPhee
201223280.4511370.4334thNeil McPhee
201331260.54412150.4441stNeil McPhee
201426290.4569120.4293rd Mike Glavine
201525300.45514100.5833rdMike Glavine
201631270.53412110.5222ndMike Glavine
201729250.5371670.6964thMike Glavine
201836210.6321760.7392nd NCAA Raleigh RegionalMike Glavine
201928290.49112120.5004thMike Glavine
20201050.667000CanceledMike Glavine
202136100.7832030.870Canceled NCAA Fayetteville RegionalMike Glavine

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