Pat McMahon (coach)

Pat McMahon (Coach)

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Pat McMahon (born May 28, 1953) is a former American college and professional baseball coach.

In his twelve seasons as a head coach, he has compiled a career record of 527-259-1. He served as the head coach of Old Dominion, Mississippi State and Florida Gators. He has appeared in two College World Series, in 1998, and 2005. In the 2005 College World Series, he led Florida to a national championship series, but ultimately lost to the Augie Garrido coached Texas Longhorns.

He has a wife named Sherrie. Together, they have a daughter, Logan, and a son, Wells.

He has made four Super Regional appearances: in 2000, 2001, 2004, and 2005. He has compiled eight 40-win seasons, and 13 30-win seasons, and received seven Coach of the Year awards.

On June 7, 2007, the University of Florida announced that McMahon had been fired.

On September 29, 2007, reported that McMahon had accepted a position with the New York Yankees and will also be the manager of the Staten Island Yankees for the 2008 season.

Year By Year Coaching Record

Awards and honors

  • 1990 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year
  • 1994 Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year
  • Became just the second coach in SEC history to guide a team to the College World Series in his first season in the league (1998 - Mississippi State)
  • 2001 Recipient of the 25-year ABCA membership award
  • 2001 USA Baseball Coach of the Year
  • 2001-06 ABCA All-America Committee South Region Chair
  • 2004 ABCA Division I Coaches Chairman
  • 2005......
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