Head Coach 1930-1954. Career winning percentage of .681 (547-256) ranks first among Cal baseball coaches. Led Golden Bears to first CWS Championship in 1947, going undefeated in 4 play-off games. Won 9 CIBA titles (7 outright, 2 shared.) Was a leading force behind the creation of the College World Series Championship. Also, coached football and basketball at Cal. In 1964 his life-time service to the University was commemorated with the renaming of the baseball facility Evans Diamond in his honor. Since 1954, annual team MVP awarded also given in his honor. Inducted into American Basebal Coaches Association (ABCA) in 1966.