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St. John's Masur picks up 300th career win as head coach
by Paul Kennedy, September 25th, 2007 8AM
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[MILESTONE] St. John's 4-1 win over Pitt on Sunday gave Coach Dave Masur his 300th career victory. Masur became the third Division I men's coach to record his 300th win at a four-year institution this season. Recently, Joe Baum of Michigan State and Rich Posipanko of Winthrop won their 300th games. Ray Reid of Connecticut remained one win shy of the 300 mark after the Huskies were upset by DePaul, 1-0, on Sunday.

MOST VICTORIES (Active Coaches)

Coach, Team, Wins
1. Michael Parker, UNC Greensboro 471
2. Schellas Hyndman, SMU 456
3. John Rennie, Duke 448
4. Tom Martin, James Madison 409
5. Mark Berson, South Carolina 407
6. Bob Gray, Marshall 375
7. Ralph Lundy, Col. of Charleston 367
8. Bob Warming, Creighton 351
9. Bob Reasso, Rutgers 345
10. Gary Parsons, Oakland 340
11. Joe Baum, Michigan State 301
12. Dave Masur, St. John's 300
12. Rich Posipanko, Winthrop 300
14. Ray Reid, Connecticut 299
(Through Sunday's games.)



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