Todd Raleigh

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Todd Raleigh
Biographical details
Born (1969-03-27) March 27, 1969 (age 54)
Swanton, Vermont, U.S.
Playing career
1988–1991 Western Carolina
Position(s) Catcher
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1992 Vermont (Asst.)
1993–1994 Western Carolina (Asst.)
1995 Belmont Abbey (Asst.)
1996–1998 James Madison (Asst.)
1999 East Carolina (Asst.)
2000–2007 Western Carolina
2008–2011 Tennessee
Head coaching record
Overall365–322
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
SoCon Regular season: 2003, 2007
SoCon Tournament: 2003
Awards
SoCon Coach of the Year: 2002, 2007

Todd Raleigh is a collegiate baseball coach who led the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team for the 2008–2011 seasons. [1] Prior to that position, he was the head coach at Western Carolina, his alma mater. [2]

Contents

Year-by-year head coaching record

Statistics overview
SeasonTeamOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Western Carolina (Southern Conference)(2000–2007)
2000Western Carolina 15–388–2210th
2001Western Carolina 30–2618–11t-3rd SoCon tournament
2002Western Carolina 33–2320–102nd SoCon tournament
2003 Western Carolina 43–2122–81st Wilson Regional
2004 Western Carolina 28–3112–188th SoCon tournament
2005 Western Carolina 33–2318–12t-3rd SoCon tournament
2006 Western Carolina 33–2714–136th SoCon tournament
2007 Western Carolina 42–2020–7t-1st Chapel Hill Regional
Western Carolina:257–209132–101
Tennessee (Southeastern Conference)(2008–2011)
2008 Tennessee 27–2912–185th (East)
2009 Tennessee 26–2911–196th (East)
2010 Tennessee 30–2612–185th (East)
2011 Tennessee 25–297–236th (East)
Tennessee:108–11342–78
Total:365–322

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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References

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  4. "2012 Southeastern Conference Baseball Media Guide" (PDF). SECDigitalNetwork.com. Southeastern Conference. Retrieved January 16, 2013.