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Brian O'Connor

 

Head Coach

Coming off another postseason appearance as head coach of the Virginia baseball program, five-time ACC Coach of the Year and two-time national coach of the year Brian O'Connor continues to lead Virginia to unparalleled levels of success. Now in his 12th season as head coach of the Cavaliers, O'Connor has built his program into a college baseball powerhouse and turned Virginia Baseball into a national brand.

The numbers during O'Connor's first 11 years are staggering:
• Three College World Series appearances
• 11 straight NCAA tournament appearances
• Six NCAA regional championships
• Two ACC championships
• Four 50-win seasons
• 514 wins, including a national-best 298 wins since 2009

O'Connor enters the 2015 season with a career record of 514-177-2 and a 210-107-1 record in ACC play after guiding Virginia to the College World Series Finals and the program's 11th-consecutive NCAA tournament appearance in 2014. Virginia is one of just eight programs in the nation to earn a berth in the NCAA tournament in each of the last 11 seasons. This success has led to record crowds, excitement and national exposure for Virginia baseball.

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Kevin McMullan

 

Assistant Coach

In his 12th season at Virginia and ninth as associate head coach, Kevin McMullan serves as Virginia's recruiting coordinator and hitting coach and works defensively with the Cavaliers' infielders and catchers. He is known as one of the top recruiters and developers of players in the country.

In a November 2012 poll of 70 Division I head coaches by Baseball America, McMullan was named the top assistant coach in college baseball.

The 2009 National Assistant Coach of the Year, McMullan has helped guide Virginia to 514 wins in his 11 seasons, an average of over 46 wins per season. Virginia is one of just eight programs to reach each of the last 11 NCAA tournaments.

Virginia advanced to its first College World Series in 2009, setting off a remarkable stretch as UVa has recorded 298 wins in the last six years - the most victories of any Division I program during that time.

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Karl Kuhn

 

Assistant Coach

The Virginia pitching staff has met unparalleled success in the past 11 seasons under pitching coach Karl Kuhn. Virginia possesses one of the top pitching staffs in the nation year in and year out under the 12th-year pitching coach of the Cavaliers. Since 2005 Virginia owns a 3.04 cumulative earned run average, lowest in the nation.

In honor of his coaching success, Kuhn was named the 2010 recipient of Collegiate Baseball's Tom House Teaching Professional of the Year Award. The award recognizes excellence in teaching pitchers and acknowledges years of continued education and study of the latest pitching techniques as identified by scientific fact and biomechanical research.

In 11 seasons, Kuhn's pitching staff has won 514 games, an average of more than 46 victories per season, while Virginia is one of just eight programs to reach each of the last 11 NCAA tournaments. His staff has ranked among the top 20 teams nationally in ERA nine of the last 11 years, including a No. 1 ranking in 2011 and a No. 2 standing in 2014 when UVa posted the lowest ERA at UVa in 40 years. The Cavaliers also have racked up four No. 3 national ERA rankings (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009) during Kuhn's tenure.

Virginia advanced to its first College World Series in 2009, setting off a remarkable stretch as UVa has recorded 298 wins in the last six years - the most victories of any Division I program during that time.

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Matt Kirby

 

Assistant Coach

Matt Kirby is serving in his fourth season as an assistant coach on the Virginia baseball coaching staff.

During Kirby's tenure Virginia has advanced to three NCAA tournaments, winning a pair of regional championships as well as the 2014 NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional title. The 2014 squad made the third College World Series appearance in program history and reached the CWS Finals for the first time ever.

Kirby's primary duties include assisting with the day-to-day development of position players as well as camps and other administrative duties. He serves as the Cavaliers' first-base coach during games.

A graduate of William and Mary, Kirby spent two seasons as a coach at Georgetown before coming to Charlottesville.

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