Creighton baseball coach Ed Servais is retiring after 2025 season

May 20, 2024, 2:15 p.m. ·

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Ed Servias has led the CU Baseball program since 2004. (Nebraska Public Media archive photo)

Creighton University head baseball coach Ed Servais, who coached at the school for 27 years, will retire after the 2025 season.

In his 21 seasons leading the program, the Bluejays won 678 games, the most in program history. He’ll have a shot at 700 wins next season.

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Ed Servais (Photo courtesy of Creighton Athletics)

Prior to his promotion to head coach, Servais worked as an assistant at Creighton for six years.

Creighton earned five NCAA Tournament bids under Servais. He also won six conference coach of the year awards, four in the Missouri Valley Conference and two in the Big East.

With Servais at the helm, CU has finished among the nation’s top 10 fielding teams 12 different times, including three seasons as the NCAA leader in that category.

“Creighton has been my home for such a long time, I am so pleased to have had the ability to come to this decision hand-in-hand with our administration, specifically McCormick Endowed Athletic Director Marcus Blossom," Servais said in a press release.

Creighton missed the four-team Big East Tournament this season, likely ending their 2024 campaign. But they managed a 35-17 overall record and swept rival Nebraska in three meetings.

The Bluejays will search for a coach-in-waiting to join the staff next season.