WACO, Texas - Former Baylor baseball head
coach Dutch Schroeder will be inducted into the 2014 South West
Conference Hall of Fame, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame announced Friday.
The newly reinitiated South West Conference Hall of
Fame is sponsored by the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and will induct its
second class since 1995 on Monday, April 7,
at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Houston. The nine-person class also
Marci Bozarth (TCU), Chris Gilbert (Texas), Jacob Green (Texas
A&M), Chuck Hixson (SMU), David Klingler (Houston), Coach John
McDonnell (Arkansas), Regina Cavanaugh Murphy (Rice) and Carolyn
Thompson (Texas Tech).
Schroeder's connection to Baylor dates back nearly
six decades as he enrolled at Baylor in 1948 and began his Baylor career
as a player during the 1948-49 seasons. He was named head coach in the
fall of 1961 and continued to coach the team
through the 1973 season.
Through his 12-season tenure as Baylor's head
coach, Schroeder amassed a 196-165-1 record with the Bears, including
one Southwest Conference championship in the 1966 season. He still
stands as the program's third winningest coach and was
the program's winningest coach until Mickey Sullivan surpassed him in
For tickets to the induction luncheon visit, www.tshof.org/events.