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2018 West Coast Inside Baseball Coaches Clinic Features OREGON STATE Associate Head Coach Pat Bailey
Oregon State associate head coach Pat Bailey is in his 11th season with the program in 2018. Bailey joined the program as an assistant coach prior to the 2008 season, and has helped guide Oregon State to an NCAA postseason berth in seven of his nine seasons, including a National Championship in June 2018. The Beavers have averaged 41 wins per season during his tenure, and surpassed 40 five times, including a school-record 56 in 2017. Bailey, who oversees the team's outfielders, has seen seven different players named All-Pac-12 First Team
Bailey came to Oregon State prior to the 2008 season after spending 12 seasons at George Fox, winning a Division III national title with the Bruins in 2004. Bailey compiled a 353-158 record - and is the winningest coach in school history - and earned National Coach of the Year honors after that 2004 national title. He was an eight-time Northwest Conference Coach of the Year honoree. During Bailey's tenure, the Bruins won or shared eight Northwest Conference titles. In 2004, Bailey's team became the first George Fox squad in any sport to win an NCAA national championship. The Bruins went 40-10 overall, setting a new single-season record for wins and tying the record for best winning percentage at .800.
Bailey earned his business education degree from the University of Idaho in 1978 and his master of education degree in educational administration from Oregon in 1983. Bailey earned two letters in baseball at Idaho and was the team captain. Bailey graduated in 1974 from Moscow (Idaho) High School, where he played football, basketball and baseball, being named the baseball team's Most Valuable Player.
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