1995 USC Trojans baseball
Pac-10 South Division
West Regional Champions
ConferencePacific-10 Conference
DivisionSouth
Ranking
CoachesNo. 2
CBNo. 2
1995 record49–21 (21–9 Pac-10)
Head coach
Home stadiumDedeaux Field
Seasons
← 1994
1996 →
1995 Pacific-10 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Northern
Washington State  x‍‍‍ 18 12   .600     20 30   .400
Washington  ‍‍‍ 16 14   .533     24 30   .444
Gonzaga  ‍‍‍ 15 15   .500     29 25   .537
Oregon State  ‍‍‍ 14 16   .467     25 24   .510
Portland  ‍‍‍ 14 16   .467     24 25   .490
Portland State  ‍‍‍ 13 17   .433     19 36   .345
Southern
No. 2 Southern California  x‍‍‍y 21 9   .700     49 21   .700
No. 6 Stanford  ‍‍‍y 20 10   .667     40 25   .615
No. 29 California  ‍‍‍ 18 12   .600     32 25   .561
Arizona State  ‍‍‍ 13 17   .433     34 21   .618
UCLA  ‍‍‍ 12 18   .400     29 28   .509
Arizona  ‍‍‍ 6 24   .200     20 35   .364
x – Division champion
y – Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1997[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 1995 USC Trojans baseball team represented the University of Southern California in the 1995 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Trojans played their home games at Dedeaux Field. The team was coached by Mike Gillespie in his 9th season at USC.

The Trojans won the Pac-10 Conference and the West Regional before losing in the College World Series, defeated by the Cal State Fullerton Titans in the championship game.

Roster

1995 USC Trojans roster
 

Pitchers

 

Catchers

Infielders

 

Outfielders

Schedule and results

Legend
  USC win
  USC loss
  USC tie
1995 USC Trojans Baseball Game Log
Regular Season (39–18)
January (0–1)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
January 31 Cal State Northridge Dedeaux FieldLos Angeles, California 2–4 0–1
February (14–5)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
February 2 Washington State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 8–0 1–1
February 3 Pepperdine Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 2–1 2–1
February 4 at Pepperdine Eddy D. Field StadiumMalibu, California 5–4 3–1
February 5 Pepperdine Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 12–1 4–1
February 7 Loyola Marymount Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 13–4 5–1
February 9 UC Riverside Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–6 6–1
February 11 Long Beach State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 2–3 6–2
February 12 at Long Beach State Blair FieldLong Beach, California 9–7 7–2
February 15 at Loyola Marymount George C. Page Stadium • Los Angeles, California 9–1 8–2
February 17 San Diego Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 6–5 9–2
February 18 San Diego Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 3–5 9–3
February 19 at San Diego John Cunningham StadiumSan Diego, California 10–3 10–3
February 21 at Cal State Fullerton Goodwin FieldFullerton, California 9–10 10–4
February 24 at Hawaii Les Murakami StadiumHonolulu, Hawaii 6–2 11–4
February 25 at Hawaii Les Murakami Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii 2–3 11–5
February 26 at Hawaii Les Murakami Stadium • Honolulu, Hawaii 1–4 11–6
February 27 at Hawaii–Hilo Wong Stadium • Hilo, Hawaii 10–3 12–6
February 27 at Hawaii–Hilo Wong Stadium • Hilo, Hawaii 5–3 13–6
March (8–8)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
March 4 at UCLA Jackie Robinson Stadium • Los Angeles, California 5–2 14–6 1–0
March 6 UCLA Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 9–3 15–6 2–0
March 6 UCLA Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 4–9 15–7 2–1
March 7 at San Diego State Unknown • San Diego, California 5–12 15–8 2–1
March 12 Stanford Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 4–5 15–9 2–2
March 12 Stanford Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 5–1 16–9 3–2
March 13 Stanford Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 1–9 16–10 3–3
March 14 UC Santa Barbara Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 3–2 17–10 3–3
March 17 at Arizona State Packard StadiumTempe, Arizona 6–7 17–11 3–4
March 18 at Arizona State Packard Stadium • Tempe, Arizona 9–10 17–12 3–5
March 19 at Arizona State Packard Stadium • Tempe, Arizona 4–10 17–13 3–6
March 24 Arizona Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–3 18–13 4–6
March 25 Arizona Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 6–8 18–14 4–7
March 26 Arizona Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 11–8 19–14 5–7
March 28 Cal State Fullerton Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–4 20–14 5–7
March 31 at California Evans DiamondBerkeley, California 6–1 21–14 6–7
April (15–3)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
April 1 at California Evans Diamond • Berkeley, California 3–5 21–15 6–8
April 2 at California Evans Diamond • Berkeley, California 6–1 22–15 7–8
April 4 Cal State Northridge Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–5 23–15 7–8
April 7 Arizona State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 9–0 24–15 8–8
April 8 Arizona State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 8–7 25–15 9–8
April 9 Arizona State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–6 26–15 10–8
April 11 at Long Beach State Blair Field • Long Beach, California 10–3 27–15 10–8
April 13 at Stanford Sunken DiamondStanford, California 7–5 28–15 11–8
April 14 at Stanford Sunken Diamond • Stanford, California 6–4 29–15 12–8
April 16 at Stanford Sunken Diamond • Stanford, California 9–8 30–15 13–8
April 18 at UC Santa Barbara Caesar Uyesaka StadiumSanta Barbara, California 9–7 31–15 13–8
April 21 at UCLA Jackie Robinson Stadium • Los Angeles, California 7–3 32–15 14–8
April 22 UCLA Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 13–8 33–15 15–8
April 23 at UCLA Jackie Robinson Stadium • Los Angeles, California 8–7 34–15 16–8
April 26 at Cal State Northridge Matador FieldNorthridge, California 10–12 35–16 16–8
April 28 California Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 3–5 35–17 16–9
April 29 California Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 13–2 36–17 17–9
April 30 California Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 7–4 37–17 18–9
May (3–1)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
May 1 Cal State Dominguez Hills Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 6–7 37–18 18–9
May 13 at Arizona Jerry Kindall Field at Frank Sancet StadiumTucson, Arizona 11–3 37–18 19–9
May 14 at Arizona Jerry Kindall Field at Frank Sancet Stadium • Tucson, Arizona 15–4 38–18 20–9
May 15 at Arizona Jerry Kindall Field at Frank Sancet Stadium • Tucson, Arizona 9–8 39–18 21–9
Postseason (10–3)
1995 Pac-10 Conference Championship (2–0)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
May 18 Washington State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 9–6 40–18 21–9
May 9 Washington State Dedeaux Field • Los Angeles, California 4–0 41–18 21–9
West Regional (4–1)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
May 25 vs Middle Tennessee State Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett StadiumFresno, California 10–4 42–18 21–9
May 26 at Fresno State Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium • Fresno, California 22–17 43–18 21–9
May 27 vs Long Beach State Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium • Fresno, California 6–5 44–18 21–9
May 28 vs Long Beach State Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium • Fresno, California 3–4 44–19 21–9
May 28 vs Long Beach State Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium • Fresno, California 9–2 45–19 21–9
1995 College World Series (4–2)
Date Opponent Site/Stadium Score Overall Record Pac-10 Record
June 2 vs Miami (FL) Johnny Rosenblatt StadiumOmaha, Nebraska 10–15 45–20 21–9
June 4 vs Oklahoma Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Omaha, Nebraska 9–4 46–20 21–9
June 6 vs Florida State Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Omaha, Nebraska 16–11 47–20 21–9
June 7 vs Miami (FL) Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Omaha, Nebraska 7–5 48–20 21–9
June 9 vs Miami (FL) Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Omaha, Nebraska 7–3 49–20 21–9
June 10 vs Cal State Fullerton Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Omaha, Nebraska 5–11 49–21 21–9
Schedule Source:[2]

Awards and honors

Geoff Jenkins
Wes Rachels
Randy Flores
Gabe Alvaraz
Walter Dawkins
Jason Garner
Jacque Jones

References

  1. ^ "College Baseball Conference Standings -- 1995". Boydsworld.com. Retrieved May 6, 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2017 Baseball Yearbook" (PDF) (Press release). University of Southern California. Retrieved May 3, 2019.
  3. ^ a b c "College World Series Record Book" (PDF). NCAA.org. Retrieved April 13, 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "NCAA Baseball Award Winners" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved May 3, 2019.