1985 Miami Hurricanes baseball
ConferenceIndependent
CBNo. 1
1985 record64–16
Head coach
Home stadiumMark Light Field
Seasons
← 1984
1986 →
1985 NCAA Division I baseball independents standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 1 Miami (FL)  ‍‍‍y   64 16   .800
Campbell  ‍‍‍   32 17   .653
Stetson  ‍‍‍   38 23   .623
No. 21 New Orleans  ‍‍‍y   43 28   .606
UCF  ‍‍‍   52 34   .605
Hofstra  ‍‍‍   13 16   .448
Lafayette  ‍‍‍   17 23   .425
Richmond  ‍‍‍   20 29   .408
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1985[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1985 Miami Hurricanes baseball team represented the University of Miami in the 1985 NCAA Division I baseball season. The team was coached by Ron Fraser in his 23rd season.

The Hurricanes won the College World Series, defeating the Texas Longhorns in the championship game.

Roster

1985 Miami Hurricanes roster
 

Pitchers

  • Lozaro Collazo
  • Dan Davies
  • Rick Kosek
  • Steffen Majer
  • Gus Meizoso
  • Bob O'Brien
  • Alain Patenaude
  • Bill Phillips
  • Rick Raether
  • Kevin Ryan
  • Chris Sarmiento
  • Kevin Sheary
 

Infielders

  • Rusty DeBold
  • Steve Fauci
  • Chris Hart
  • Jon Leake
  • Joe Nelson
  • John Noce
  • Donald Rowland
 

Outfielders

Catchers

Schedule

1985 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Game Log
Regular Season
February
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
February 1 South Alabama Mark Light Field 14–5 1–0
February 2 South Alabama Mark Light Field 12–9 2–0
February 3 South Alabama Mark Light Field 5–7 2–1
February 5 at South Florida Red McEwen Field 3–4 2–2
February 9 Arkansas Mark Light Field 5–2 3–2
February 9 Arkansas Mark Light Field 2–1 4–2
February 10 Arkansas Mark Light Field 4–0 5–2
February 12 Armstrong State Mark Light Field 14–7 6–2
February 13 Armstrong State Mark Light Field 15–3 7–2
February 15 Florida Mark Light Field 5–2 8–2
February 16 Florida Mark Light Field 2–4 8–3
February 17 Florida Mark Light Field 5–2 9–3
February 18 Seton Hall Mark Light Field 9–4 10–3
February 20 St. Thomas Mark Light Field 1–4 10–4
February 22 Florida State Mark Light Field 2–5 10–5
February 23 Florida State Mark Light Field 15–4 11–5
February 24 Florida State Mark Light Field 6–5 12–5
February 27 Tampa Mark Light Field 17–4 13–5
February 28 New Orleans Mark Light Field 8–6 14–5
March
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
March 1 New Orleans Mark Light Field 10–0 15–5
March 2 New Orleans Mark Light Field 8–3 16–5
March 3 New Orleans Mark Light Field 5–3 17–5
March 5 Rice Mark Light Field 7–3 18–5
March 5 Rice Mark Light Field 11–3 19–5
March 8 Maine Mark Light Field 10–1 20–5
March 9 Maine Mark Light Field 9–3 21–5
March 10 James Madison Mark Light Field 3–2 22–5
March 12 Creighton Mark Light Field 6–5 23–5
March 13 Creighton Mark Light Field 14–7 24–5
March 14 Southern Illinois Mark Light Field 12–4 25–5
March 15 Southern Illinois Mark Light Field 2–0 26–5
March 16 Southern Illinois Mark Light Field 7–6 27–5
March 17 Rutgers Mark Light Field 9–3 28–5
March 18 Mercer Mark Light Field 14–2 29–5
March 19 Michigan State Mark Light Field 11–3 30–5
March 20 Maine Mark Light Field 5–3 31–5
March 22 Michigan State Mark Light Field 18–5 32–5
March 23 Mercer Mark Light Field 5–1 33–5
March 23 Maine Mark Light Field 9–4 34–5
March 24 Maine Mark Light Field 2–3 34–6
March 27 Michigan State Mark Light Field 6–3 35–6
March 29 Michigan State Mark Light Field 5–1 36–6
March 30 Michigan State Mark Light Field 6–7 36–7
April
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
April 3 Florida Atlantic Mark Light Field 6–2 37–7
April 5 vs. Southern California All Sports Stadium 11–1 38–7
April 6 vs. Oklahoma All Sports Stadium 1–7 38–8
April 6 vs. Cal State Fullerton All Sports Stadium 6–3 39–8
April 7 vs. Southern California All Sports Stadium 8–6 40–8
April 9 Barry Mark Light Field 12–1 41–8
April 10 Florida International Mark Light Field 6–3 42–8
April 12 at Florida State Seminole Stadium 3–2 43–8
April 13 at Florida State Seminole Stadium 5–13 43–9
April 14 at Florida State Seminole Stadium 8–5 44–9
April 16 Barry Mark Light Field 5–0 45–9
April 17 at Florida International 4–3 46–9
April 19 at Florida Perry Field 11–0 47–9
April 20 at Florida Perry Field 6–4 48–9
April 24 Florida Atlantic Mark Light Stadium 11–3 49–9
April 29 at Stetson Conrad Park 12–10 50–9
April 30 at Stetson Conrad Park 2–13 50–10
April 30 at Stetson Conrad Park 4–3 51–10
May
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
May 3 at Alabama Sewell–Thomas Stadium 14–10 52–10
May 4 at Alabama Sewell–Thomas Stadium 6–12 52–11
May 5 at Alabama Sewell–Thomas Stadium 7–11 52–12
May 11 Central Florida Mark Light Field 6–7 52–13
May 12 Central Florida Mark Light Field 18–5 53–13
May 12 Central Florida Mark Light Field 28–5 54–13
May 17 South Florida Mark Light Field 9–0 55–13
May 18 South Florida Mark Light Field 1–2 55–14
May 19 South Florida Mark Light Field 8–3 56–14
Post–Season
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
May 24 vs. Princeton Mark Light Field 22–6 57–14
May 26 vs. Virginia Mark Light Field 11–6 58–14
May 27 vs. Florida Mark Light Field 1–8 58–15
May 28 vs. Florida Mark Light Field 12–9 59–15
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record
June 1 vs. Stanford Rosenblatt Stadium 17–3 60–15
June 5 vs. Texas Rosenblatt Stadium 4–8 61–16
June 6 vs. Oklahoma State Rosenblatt Stadium 2–1 61–16
June 8 vs. Mississippi State Rosenblatt Stadium 6–5 62–16
June 9 vs. Texas Rosenblatt Stadium 2–1 63–16
June 11 vs. Texas Rosenblatt Stadium 10–6 64–16

Awards and honors

Greg Ellena
Mike Fiore
Chris Magno
Rick Raether
Kevin Sheary

Hurricanes in the 1985 MLB Draft

The following members of the Miami baseball program were drafted in the 1985 Major League Baseball Draft.[4]

Player Position Round Overall MLB Team
Donald Rowland 2B 8th 210th Detroit Tigers
Calvin James OF 13th 326th Houston Astros
Alan Patenaude RHP 13th 340th Detroit Tigers
Rick Raether RHP 18th 459th California Angels
Kevin Sheary RHP 30th 760th St. Louis Cardinals

References

  1. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1985". Boyd's World. Retrieved October 25, 2014.
  2. ^ a b c "College World Series Record Book" (PDF). NCAA.org. Retrieved 22 June 2012.
  3. ^ a b "2012 Miami Hurricanes Baseball Media Guide" (PDF). HurricaneSports.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 14 July 2012.
  4. ^ "MLB Amateur Draft Picks who came from "University of Miami"". Retrieved 14 July 2012.