Bob Todd

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Biographical Information[edit]

Bob Todd was a college coach, winning over 1,000 games.

Todd was assistant coach at Ritenour High School (1971-1973) and Missouri from 1974-1983 then was head coach of Kent State University (1984-1987) and Ohio State University (1988-2010). He was Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year in 1989, 1994, 1999, 2001 and 2009, the first five-time winner. He coached future major leaguers Jeff Tabaka, Chris George, Bill Wertz, Mike Durant, Scott Klingenbeck, Nick Swisher, Josh Newman and Scott Lewis. He was 1,021-553-2 overall and was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

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Year-by-Year Coaching Record[edit]

Year School Overall Record Conference Record Notes
1984 Kent State University 24-20 11-14
1985 Kent State University 27-27 16-14
1986 Kent State University 42-15 21-11
1987 Kent State University 31-20 17-15
1988 Ohio State University 32-28 16-12
1989 Ohio State University 34-27 16-12
1990 Ohio State University 52-13 20-8
1991 Ohio State University 52-13 20-8 CWS Regionals
1992 Ohio State University 44-19 19-9 CWS Regionals
1993 Ohio State University 44-19 19-9 CWS Regionals
1994 Ohio State University 49-9 25-2 CWS Regionals
1995 Ohio State University 40-23 18-10 CWS Regionals
1996 Ohio State University 36-20 15-13
1997 Ohio State University 42-18 18-10 CWS Regionals
1998 Ohio State University 37-16 18-9
1999 Ohio State University 50-14 25-3 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2000 Ohio State University 37-23 15-13
2001 Ohio State University 43-18 20-7 CWS Regionals
2002 Ohio State University 38-20-1 18-11 CWS Regionals
2003 Ohio State University 44-21 20-12 CWS Regionals / CWS Super Regionals
2004 Ohio State University 36-25 19-12
2005 Ohio State University 40-20 17-12 CWS Regionals
2006 Ohio State University 37-21 19-12
2007 Ohio State University 38-24 15-15 CWS Regionals
2008 Ohio State University 30-26 15-15
2009 Ohio State University 42-19 18-6 CWS Regionals
2010 Ohio State University 28-23 11-13