Wrong again winwave. It’s a Top 10 program. That is until Dannen messes it up.winwave wrote:D- we have had success in baseball but the reality is it has never been a program that was top 25 every year. You don't have to be top 25 to make a Regional. Overall we are more a top 50 type program. The failures of the football and basketball programs has amplified what success the program has had.DfromCT wrote:This program has the infrastructure and investment to be a contender year in and year out. We put more resources into baseball than 99% of private Universities in the nation. As a private University we face challenges with scholarships and high tuition. But this program should be top 25 every year, despite the obstacles.kookingkajun wrote:He got us to a regional..That does not make us an elite program.
Kookingkajun, you're trolling. You are not part of Tulane, so why do you say "us"? Troll on.
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The top 10 Division I schools for men's baseball
10. TULANE UNIVERSITY
Originally established as a public medical college, Tulane grew into a full-fledge university and was eventually privatized in 1884. With its impressive student-to-faculty ratio of 9 to 1 and its commitment to providing the highest quality education available, students from all across the nation compete for entrance to Tulane each year. The school’s most popular majors are finance, psychology and marketing.
Following Rick Jones’ retirement in 2014, David Pierce was brought on as head coach of the Tulane baseball program. His first year brought a fresh breath to the team as they advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2008.