1981 Texas Longhorns baseball team

The 1981 Texas Longhorns baseball team represented the University of Texas at Austin in the 1981 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Longhorns played their home games at Disch–Falk Field. The team was coached by Cliff Gustafson in his 14th season at Texas.

1981Texas Longhorns baseball
Conference Southwest Conference
1981 record 61–11–1 (16–5 SWC)
Head coach
Home stadium Disch–Falk Field
Seasons
 1980
1982 

1981 Southwest Conference baseball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT W   L   T   PCT
No. 3 Texas y 16 5 1   .750 61 11 0   .847
Arkansas  12 9 0   .571 31 21 0   .596
Houston  11 9 0   .550 32 20 0   .615
Rice  11 10 0   .524 34 23 0   .596
Texas A&M  10 10 0   .500 35 16 0   .686
TCU  9 12 0   .429 27 19 0   .587
Texas Tech  8 13 0   .381 26 21 0   .553
Baylor  6 15 0   .286 21 24 0   .467
Conference champion
Tournament champion
y Invited to the NCAA Tournament
As of June 30, 1981[1]; Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The Longhorns reached the College World Series, finishing third with wins over Michigan, Miami (FL) and eventual runner-up Oklahoma State and a pair of losses to eventual champion Arizona State.[2]

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1981 Texas Longhorns roster[3][4]
 

Pitchers

Catchers

  • 12 – Burk Goldthorn
 

Infielders

Outfielders

  • 31 – Tracy Dophied
 

Unknown

  • 2 – Bryan Burrows
  • 4 – Milo Choate
  • 6 – Larry Long
  • 7 – Robert Culley
  • 8 – Mike Hamer
  • 11 – Mike Livermore
  • 13 – Mark Reynolds
  • 15 – Michael Zatopec
  • 21 – Michael Withrow
  • 22 – Tim Reynolds
  • 23 – David Seiler
  • 28 – Randy Richards
  • 29 – John Machin
  • 33 – Mike Simon
  • 34 – Jimmy D. Tompkins

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