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2000 UCLA Bruins baseball team

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Conference  Pacific-10 Conference
Head coach  Gary Adams
2000 record  38–26 (17–7 Pac-10)
2000 UCLA Bruins baseball team
Home stadium  Jackie Robinson Stadium

The 2000 UCLA Bruins baseball team represented the University of California, Los Angeles in the 2000 NCAA Division I baseball season. The team played their home games in Jackie Robinson Stadium. The Bruins finished the season with a 38–26 overall record. With a 17–7 conference record, UCLA shared the Pacific-10 Conference Championship with Arizona and Stanford. The team qualified for the 2000 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, and were seeded #1 in the Oklahoma City Regional. The Bruins beat Delaware and Oklahoma to reach the regional finals. UCLA again played the Oklahoma Sooners in the finals, and beat them 11–3 to advance to the Baton Rouge Super Regionals. The Bruins faced the LSU Tigers, who were the #1 seed from the Baton Rouge Regional. UCLA lost the first game of the series 2–8, and lost the second game 8–14. LSU went on to win the 2000 College World Series, and never lost a game in the entire tournament.

UCLA set the NCAA record for most players drafted from a university in a single season when 12 players were picked in the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft.

UCLA Bruins in the 2000 MLB Draft

The following members of the UCLA Bruins baseball program were drafted in the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft.

References

2000 UCLA Bruins baseball team Wikipedia


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