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Bill Kinneberg goes down memory lane with Adam Mikulich

June 6, 2021 — (KUTV) - Former University of Utah baseball coach Bill Kinneberg announced his retirement last month. He's been a baseball coach for 37 years, which includes 18 seasons with the Utes. Kinneberg won 381 games at Utah and the PAC-12 Tournament in 2016. The former PAC-12 coach of the year joined Adam Mikulich on Talkin' Sports Sunday night to reflect back on his career and he revealed his fondest memory with the Utes. Watch the interview right here.
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Utah’s Bill Kinneberg set to Retire at end of 2021 Season

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah head baseball coach Bill Kinneberg announced today his decision to retire at the end of the season after 18 years at Utah and 37 overall as either a head coach or assistant. The 2016 Pac-12 Coach of the Year after leading the Utes to the...
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Longtime Utah baseball coach Bill Kinneberg announces his retirement

The University of Utah is in the market for a new head baseball coach. After 18 seasons as Utes head coach and 37 overall as either a head coach or assistant, Bill Kinneberg on Monday morning announced his decision to retire once the season concludes this weekend with a three-game series vs. USC at Lindquist Field in Ogden.