Mike Bianco is the head coach of the Ole Miss baseball team. A graduate of LSU, he joined Ole Miss in 2000 and has been instrumental in making the Diamond Rebels a mainstay on the national collegiate baseball scene.
Heading into the 2010, Bianco had a record of 365-203-1 in nine seasons as Ole Miss' coach. For more about his tenure from Ole Miss Sports Information, click here.
A choice between eating pizza or doing some extra conditioning drives the final three fall practices for the Ole Miss baseball team every year. (October 31, 2013, Page 10)
When you know what you want, there’s no sense in waiting.
That’s how Will Golsan felt Tuesday when he verbally committed to the Ole Miss baseball team.
Having grown up an Ole Miss fan, it didn’t take long for the New Hope shortstop to pull the trigger after being offered during his visit to campus Monday.
After talking about being more athletic and, in turn, looking to create more runs by being aggressive on the base paths a year ago, Ole Miss actually took a step back. (more…) (June 13, 2013, Page 2B)
The Rebels had 13 first-year players (either freshmen or junior college transfers) on the roster in 2013. Eleven of those players totaled 402 at-bats and 92.2 innings pitched. (more…) (June 12, 2013, Page 2B)
One item that came about from Mike Bianco’s end-of-the-year meeting with Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork was the decision to get assistant coach Cliff Godwin more involved in the decision-making portion of recruiting. (more…) (June 11, 2013, Page 8)
Earlier in the day Ole Miss announced, embedded in a blog about “being focused on future of baseball program,” that the school had agreed to a one-year extension with Mike Bianco, the program’s all-time winningest coach. (more…) (June 7, 2013)
Asked about the two meaningless errors at the end of Ole Miss 8-4 win against Binghamton on Saturday, head coach Mike Bianco replied “we are who we are at his point.”
He’s was right.