During his collegiate baseball career as a player, assistant coach and head coach at Western Carolina University and East Carolina, Keith LeClair was a part of 13 NCAA Tournament teams and earned five conference coach-of-the-year awards.
He officially relinquished his coaching duties June 19, 2002, two weeks after leading the Pirates to their fourth consecutive NCAA Regional appearance before finishing with a 43-20-1 record. LeClair remained with the ECU Department of Athletics as a special assistant to the director of athletics until the time of his death.
LeClair became the second-winningest baseball coach in school history in just five seasons at East Carolina, compiling a 212-96-1 (.688) record. He also led the Pirates to four straight NCAA Regional appearances, three Colonial Athletic Association championships and one Conference USA title. His 2001 club advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals and finished with a No. 11 national ranking after registering a 47-13 mark.
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|Saturday, February 25th|
|9:00 AM||Maryland 3, Western Carolina 0 (Final)||| Box Score | Recap|
|12:30 PM||Purdue 6, East Carolina 4 (Final)||| Box Score | Recap | Highlights | Replay Game|
|4:00 PM||East Carolina 3, Western Carolina 1 (Final)||| Box Score | Recap | Highlights | Replay Game|
|7:30 PM||Maryland 11, Purdue 1 (Final/8 innings)||| Box Score | Recap|
|Sunday, February 26th|
|10:00 AM||Purdue 14, Western Carolina 7 (Final)||| Box Score | Recap|
|2:00 PM||Maryland 2, East Carolina 1||| Box Score | Recap | Highlights | Replay Game|