Sam Barry

Sam Barry

Justin McCarthy "Sam" Barry (December 17, 1892 – September 23, 1950) was an American collegiate athletic coach who achieved significant accomplishments in three major sports. He remains one of only three coaches to lead teams to both the Final Four and the College World Series.

Read more about Sam Barry:  Early Career, The 1940s, Legacy, Accolades, Records and Accomplishments

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USC Trojans Baseball - Head Coaches
750 1922 No Coach on Record 1922–1923 Branch Bocock 2 15-15-2.500 1924–1929 Sam Crawford 6 59-46-3.560 1930–1941 Sam Barry 12 219-89-3.934 1942 Barry-Dedeaux See Below 1943–1945. 1 Sam Barry.934 2 Barry-Dedeaux.706 3 Rod Dedeaux.699 ...
Sam Barry - Records and Accomplishments
... Longest winning streaks by a coach against a single opponent, college basketball 40 – Sam Barry (USC) vs ... Wisconsin, 1980–1996 Note Currently, school records do not credit Barry with coaching the team in 1942, which would reduce the streak to 38 games however, newspaper reports indicate that ... Georgetown) – 5 Forrest "Phog" Allen (Kansas) – 4 Sam Barry (USC) – 4 Jim Calhoun (Connecticut) – 4 Roy Williams (Kansas) – 4 Coaches who have led teams to both the Final ...
1987 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1987
... Baby Boom, directed by Charles Shyer, starring Diane Keaton, Sam Shepard, Harold Ramis Backfire, starring Karen Allen, Keith Carradine, Dean Paul Martin Bad Taste, written and ... starring Vincent Spano and Greta Scacchi - (Italy) Good Morning, Vietnam, directed by Barry Levinson, starring Robin Williams, Forest Whitaker, J.T ... The Good Wife, aka The Umbrella Woman, starring Rachel Ward, Bryan Brown, Sam Neill Le Grand Chemin (The Great Highway) - (France) Da Grande - (Italy ...

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