|1982 Miami Hurricanes baseball|
|Home stadium||Mark Light Field|
|1982 NCAA Division I baseball independents standings|
|No. 7 South Carolina y||–||–||45||–||13||.776|
|No. 22 Florida State y||–||–||56||–||17||.767|
|No. 11 New Orleans y||–||–||49||–||16||.754|
|No. 1 Miami (FL) y||–||–||54||–||18||.750|
|No. 12 Stetson y||–||–||40||–||18||.690|
|Northern Iowa ||–||–||11||–||16||.407|
|Georgia State ||–||–||17||–||38||.309|
|y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament |
As of June 30, 1982; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball
The 1982 Miami Hurricanes baseball team represented the University of Miami in the 1982 NCAA Division I baseball season. The team was coached by Ron Fraser in his 20th season.
The Hurricanes won the College World Series, defeating the Wichita State Shockers in the championship game.
|1982 Miami Hurricanes roster|
|1982 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Game Log|
The following members of the Miami baseball program were drafted in the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft.
|Mike Kasprzak||RHP||18th||459th||Houston Astros|
|Sam Sorce||RHP||24th||612th||Texas Rangers|
|Doug Shields||OF||29th||731st||Texas Rangers|