Statitudes: Best numbers from Week 5
|3||Alabama's triple play in the sixth inning against Kentucky on Friday was the first since May 30, 1999, against Southern Mississippi in the 1999 NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional.|
Danny Pardo's inside the park grand slam helped lead Campbell past Ball State 4-3 last Wednesday. The inside the park homer was Campbell's first since Rob Meng completed the feat against Stetson seven years ago.
Louisiana-Lafayette team tied a school record with seven home runs as the squad crushed ULM 21-2 in the series finale to complete the sweep and win their seventh consecutive game Sunday at Warhawk Field.
Houston improved to 11-0 at home this season with a 7-6 win against Towson on Sunday. That matches the best home start since an 11-0 record back in 1993.
The two runs scored in the 13th inning by Cal State Fullerton against Saint Mary's on Friday were the first runs the Titans scored in 17 extra frames this season. Fullerton snapped a three-game losing streak with the victory.
Thanks to a five spot in the top of the ninth inning and a Sunday afternoon win against Texas, Kansas accomplished a feat that hadn't been done in 18 years: a series win on the road at UFCU Disch-Falk Field.
William & Mary scored the second-most runs in program history in a 31-1 victory against Iona in the series opener on Friday. Eleven of the 13 players that played for the Green and Gold recorded at least one hit. Charley Gould set a school record with 11 RBIs in the game.
Mississippi State's Preston Brown threw a career-high eight innings of shutout baseball as the Bulldogs blanked Southern Illinois 3-0 last Tuesday. Myles Gentry threw the ninth inning for his second save. It was the third consecutive shutout at home, something not done in 32 years.
UCLA improved its record to 51-0 in the past two seasons when leading after the seventh inning and 51-2 when holding opponents to three runs or fewer with a 6-1 win on Sunday at Cal.
Hawaii and Nevada faced one batter more than the minimum in a nine-inning game. The two pitchers combined to face only 52 batters in a complete nine inning game. That’s the fewest possible in a game one team won in nine innings.
|54||LSU's Aaron Nola had his consecutive innings without allowing an earned run streak end on Friday at Vanderbilt. The streak ended at 54.0 innings as he had not allowed an earned run since May 23, 2013, against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament.|
|.636||College of Charleston came back to beat Jacksonville 4-3. The win marked the 200th victory for head coach Monte Lee in his sixth season. With a record of 200-114, Lee is the fastest CofC coach to 200 wins and currently ranks 28th in the country among active coaches with a winning percentage of .636.|
|700||Freshman Jack Patterson struck out eight in five scoreless innings to lead Bryant to a rain-shortened 3-0 victory against North Carolina A&T on Wednesday. With the victory, fourth-year head coach Steve Owens became just the 38th active coach to win 700 games in a career.|