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Sport(s)  Baseball
1993-1997  LSU (Asst)
Positions  Catcher
Record  557–322–1
Name  Mike Bianco
Titles  Head coach
1986–1987  Indian River CC
Role  Coach
1988-1989  LSU
Team  Ole Miss Rebels baseball

Mike Bianco Red tops Blue in Ole Miss baseball scrimmage

Born  May 3, 1967 (age 48) Wilmington, Delaware (1967-05-03)
1991-1992  Northwestern State (GA)
Education  Louisiana State University

Conference  Southeastern Conference

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Mike Bianco (born May 3, 1967) is an American college baseball coach, currently the head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels baseball team. He has held the position since the start of the 2001 season. Bianco is the longest active head coach in the SEC among the three major sports of baseball, men's basketball and football. With 662 victories at Ole Miss, Bianco is the winningest active coach in the SEC and ranks sixth on the conference's all-time wins list.


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Under Bianco, Ole Miss has hosted seven NCAA baseball regionals and three NCAA baseball Super Regionals. The program won three SEC Western Division Championships under his guidance (2005, 2009, 2014), the 2006 SEC Baseball Tournament, the 2009 Southeastern Conference Co-Championship, and five NCAA regional championships (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2014). In 2005, 2006, and 2009, his teams hosted Super Regionals. In 2014 Bianco led the Rebels to victory in the Lafayette Super Regional, defeating the #1 ranked Ragin' Cajuns, and advanced to the College World Series.

Playing career

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Bianco played two seasons (1988–89) at LSU after transferring from Indian River Community College in Florida. He was the Tigers' starting catcher and team captain on the 1989 team that finished third at the College World Series.


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