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School Records

Team Single Game Records
At-Bats             52, 1984 vs. Baylor
Runs                30, 1984 vs. Baylor
Hits                29, 1995 vs. Texas A&M
Runs Batted In      30, 1984 vs. Baylor
Doubles             9, 1995 vs.Providence
Triples             6, 1975 vs. Rice
Home Runs           8, 1984 vs. Baylor
Total Bases         59, 1995 vs. Providence
Stolen Bases        10, 1995 vs. West Texas A&M
Most Opponent Runs  28, 1985 by Texas A&M
Most Opponent Hits  23, vs. Rice, 1983; vs. Ark. 1984
Team Full Season Records
Games Played            65 in 1995
Victories               51 in 1995
Winning Percentage      51-14 (.785) in 1995
At-Bats                 2283 in 1995
Runs                    627 in 1995
Hits                    791 in 1996
Batting Average         .358 in 1995
Runs Batted In          578 in 1996
Doubles                 181 in 1996
Triples                 30 in1995
Home Runs               107 in 1995
Total Bases             1315 in 1996
Stolen Bases            185 in 1996
Bases on Balls          361 in 1995
Putouts                 1703 in 1995
Assists                 737 in1995
Double Plays            63 in1995; 63 in 1996
Fielding Percentage     .973 in 1995
Left on Base            527 in 1995
Fewest Opponent Runs    43 (11 games) in 1957
Most Opponent Runs      444 in 1985
Fewest Opponent Hits    174 in 1973
Most Opponent Hits      578 in 1995
Earned Run Average      3.25 in 1973
Team SWC Season Records  
1992 not included due to a 36-game conference schedule
Victories               16 in 1995
At-Bats                 852 in1995
Runs                    244 in 1996
Hits                    277 in 1995
Batting Average         .337 in 1995
Runs Batted In          220 in 1996
Doubles                 64 in 1996
Triples                 21 in 1975
Home Runs               45 in 1996
Total Bases             698 in 1984
Stolen Bases            67 in 1996
Bases on Balls          128 in 1996
Putouts                 622 in 1996
Assists                 270 in 1977
Double Plays            36 in 1979
Fielding Percentage     .972 in1982
Left on Base            198 in 1980
Fewest Opponent Runs    54 in 1970
Most Opponent Runs      271 in 1985
Fewest Opponent Hits    105 in 1971
Most Opponent Hits      297 in 1985
Earned Run Average      3.76 in 1973
Miscellaneous Team Records
Longest Winning Streak      18 games, 1996
Longest Losing Streak       17 games, 1985
Longest SWC Winning Streak  8 games 1996,
Longest SWC Losing Streak   15  games, 1985
Individual Single Game Records
At- Bats                    7 by 10 players 13 players, including  Clint Bryant, Joe Dillon and Dion Rueckere in 1996
Runs                        5 by  9 players, including Stubby Clapp (3), Clint Bryant and Brad Davis in 1996
Hits                        6 by Joe Dillon, vs. Southern Cal on May 26, 1996 in Central II Regional (6-for-6, 5 singles, 1 double)
Runs Batted In              9  by Mike Bewley, 1975 vs. Rice; John Grimes, 1984 vs. Baylor
Doubles                     3 by 15 players, including Dion Ruecker in 1996 
Triples                     3 by Stubby Clapp,vs. Houston 1996; Gary Ashby vs. Rice, 1976; Ron Mattson vs. Arkansas, 1975
Home Runs                   4 by Johnny Vidales, 1984 vs.Sul Ross; by Todd Howey, 1984 vs. Sul Ross
Total Bases                 13 by Cecil Norris, 1971 vs. Texas-El Paso; by Joe Dillon vs. Texas A&M, 1996
Stolen Bases                4 by Johnny Vestal,1976 vs. Wichita State; Tommy Dobyns, 1984 vs. Texas-El Paso;
                            Kent Blassingame, 1992 vs. Texas A&M; Mike Kinney, 1993 vs. Cameron
Bases on Balls              5, by Clint Bryant vs. West Texas A&M, 1995; by Chris Chiprez vs. UT-Arlington, 1996
Strike outs                 4,by 9 players including Stubby Clapp in 1996 vs. Texas
Most Hits Allowed           16 by Robert Bryant, 1979 vs. Arkansas
Most Walks Issued           10 by Pat McKean, 1969 vs.Rice; Robert Bryant, 1979 vs. Texas Lutheran
Most Runs Allowed           13, Jerry Lee, 1972 vs. Arizona
Most Earned Runs Allowed    10, Jerry Lee, 1972 vs. Arizona
Most Strikeouts             18, Buddy Hampton, 1968 vs. Abilene Christian
Most Strike Outs by Oppt    19, Burt Hooten, Texas, 1971

Individual Full Season Hitting Records
At-Bats                 269, Matt Kastelic, 1996
Runs                    91, Clint Bryant, 1996
Hits                    114, Matt Kastelic, 1996
Batting Average         .527, Volney Hill, 1926
Modern Day Record       .475, Doug  Ault, 1972
Runs Batted In          100, Clint Bryant, 1996
Doubles                 26, Clint Bryant, 1996
Triples                 8, Ronnie Matson, 1975; Stubby Clapp, 1996
Home Runs               24, John Grimes, 1984
Total Bases             189, Clint Bryant, 1995
Stolen Bases            51, Matt Kastelic, 1996
Bases on Balls          66 by Stubby Clapp, 1996
Sacrifices              17, Randy DuRoss, 1995
Hit by Pitch            9 by Marshall Bennett, 1994,
                        Jason Totlam 1995, Marcus McCain,1995
Slugging Percentage     .853, John Grimes, 1984
Putouts                 547, by Joe Dillon, 1996
Assists                 214, Dion Ruecker, 1995
Errors                  29, Ernie Helwig, 1976
Total Chances           599, Joe Dillon, 1996
Fielding Percentage     .998, (388-36-1) David Lindstorn, 1995
Hitting Streak          28 games, Clint Bryant, 1995
Individual Full Season Pitching Records
Appearances                 24, Jimmy Frush, 1995
Victories                   12, Mark Brandenburg, 1991
Losses                      9, Rodney Steph, 1989
Innings Pitched             147.1, Mark Brnadenburg, 1991
Strikeouts                  120, Travis Driskill
Complete Games              12, Mark Brandenburg, 1991
Earned Run Average          0.74,Ruben Garcia, 1971
Shutouts                    5, Ruben Garcia, 1971
Most Walks                  69, Mike Beiras, 1988
Fewest Walks (min. 50 IP)   8, Past Black, 1987
Most Runs Allowed           83, Clay Hollock, 1984
Fewest Runs Allowed         8, Ruben Garcia, 1971
Most Earned Runs Allowed    74, Clay Hollock, 1984
Fewest Earned Runs Allowed  5, Ruben Garcia, 1971
                            5, Randy Prince, 1973
Most Saves                  8, Tom Black
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