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college world series

Scoreboard Schedules Rosters College NCAA College World Series Records

Posted: Mon May 25, 1998 at 8:44 PM ET

Individual Records

Single-Game, Batting

At-Bats -- 7, by 10 players [last time: Steve Murray, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84].

Runs -- 5, Oddibe McDowell, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84; Rick Gama, Miami (Florida) (15) vs. Southern Cal (10), 6-2-95.

Hits -- 5, Jim Shamblin, Texas (10) vs. Wake Forest (3), 6-25-49; John Turco, Holy Cross (15) vs. Penn State (4), 6-15-52; Frank McRae, Wake Forest (10) vs. Western Michigan (7), 6-14-55; Ron Hassey, Arizona (10) vs. Oklahoma (2), 6-13-76; Mickey Palmer, Cal State Fullerton (8) vs. Pepperdine (5), 6-7-79; Terry Francona, Arizona (11) vs. California (10), 6-5-80; Stan Holmes, Arizona State (11) vs. Texas (2), 5-30-81; David Magadan, Alabama (6) vs. Arizona State (5), 6-4-83; Barry Bonds, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84; Gabe Alvarez, Southern Cal (7) vs. Miami (Florida) (3), 6-9-95.

Doubles -- 3, Jack Bryant, Wake Forest (10) vs. Western Michigan (7), 6-14-55; Clint Meyers, Arizona State (3) vs. Penn State (1), 6-8-73; Dave Caldwell, Clemson (7) vs. Arizona State (10), 6-10-77; Bob Horner, Arizona State (13) vs. State John's (NEW YORK)(2), 6-3-78; Bobby Carlsen, Oklahoma State (14) vs. LSU (3), 6-7-90.

Triples -- 2, by 11 players [last time: Jack Voigt, LSU (6) vs. Florida State (2), 5-29-87].

Home Runs -- 3, J. D. Drew, Florida State (11) vs. Southern Cal (16), 6-6-95.

Runs Batted In -- 7, Carl Thomas, Arizona (12) vs. Oregon (1), 6-10-54; Stan Holmes, Arizona State (10) vs. Oklahoma State (11), 13 innings, 6-5-81; Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton (10) vs. Florida State(3), 6-7-94.

Total Bases -- 12, J. D. Drew, Florida State (11) vs. Southern Cal (16), 6-6-95.

Stolen Bases -- 4, Bob Fry, Washington State (12) vs. Texas (5), 6-7-65; Doug Dascenzo, Oklahoma State (18) vs. Texas (13), 6-8-84.

Sacrifice Bunts -- 3, Leland David, Western Michigan (9) vs. Wake Forest (0), 6-13-55; Paul Chamberlain, Northern Colorado (10) vs. Lafayette (5), 6-14-58.

Sacrifice Flies -- 2, Larry Klumb, Northern Colorado (10) vs. Lafayette (5), 6-14-58; Rod Poteete, Stanford (12) vs. Houston (1), 6-12-67; Mike Rogodzinski, Southern Illinois (15) vs. State John's (NEW YORK) (0), 1968; David Chalk, Texas (7) vs. Ohio (2), 6-14-70; Tracy Dophied, Texas (8) vs. Stanford (6), 6-8-82; Armando Rios, LSU (8) vs. Wichita State (0), 6-12-93; Rick Gutierrez, Oklahoma (4) vs. Arizona State (3), 6-6-94.

Single-Game, Pitching

Innings Pitched -- 15, Steve Arlin, Ohio State (1) vs. Washington State (0), 15 innings, 6-10-65.

Relief Innings Pitched -- 10, Carl Thomas, Arizona (4) vs. Oklahoma State (5), 14 innings, 1954.

Most Hits Allowed -- 16, Joe Kazura, New Hampshire (12) vs. Mississippi (13), 6-9-56.

No-Hit Games -- Jim Ehrler, Texas (7) vs. Tufts (0), 6-19-50; Jim Wixson, Oklahoma State (7) vs. North Carolina (0), 6-15-60.

Runs Allowed -- 13, Joe Kazura, New Hampshire (12) vs. Mississippi (13), 6-9-56.

Earned Runs Allowed -- 11, Ben McDonald, LSU (7) vs. Texas (12), 6-8-89.

Strikeouts -- 20, Steve Arlin, Ohio State (1) vs. Washington State (0), 15 innings, 6-10-65.

Strikeouts (nine-inning game) -- 17, Ed Bane, Arizona State (1) vs. Oklahoma (0), 6-11-72.

Bases on Balls -- 15, James Waldrip, Oklahoma (7) vs. Springfield (1), 6-14-51.

Wild Pitches -- 3, by 10 players [last time: Randy Choate, Florida State (2) vs. Florida (5), 6-1-96].

Batters Hit by Pitch -- 2, by 55 players [last time: John Kaufman, Florida (1) vs. LSU (2), 6-6-96].

Balks -- 2, Frank Carbajal, Northern Colorado (1) vs. Clemson (7), 6-14-59.

Single-Game, Fielding

Putouts -- 20, Doug Mirabelli, Wichita State (3) vs. Creighton (2), 12 innings, 6-3-91.

Assists -- 11, Cal Meier, Southern Cal (2) vs. Florida State (1), 15 innings, 6-18-70.

Errors -- 4, Guy Wallace, Texas A&M (8) vs. Utah (15), 1951; Carmen Troiso, Penn State (4) vs. Holy Cross (15), 1952; Phil Honeycutt, Tulsa (9) vs. Harvard (8), 6-13-71; David Denny, Texas (13) vs. Oklahoma State (18), 6-8-84.

Passed Balls -- 3, Jim Garrett, Fresno State (1) vs. Arizona (5), 6-14-59; Fred Dumler, Oklahoma State (1) vs. Southern Illinois (7), 1968.

Team Records

Single-Game, Batting

At-Bats -- 54, Oklahoma State (8) vs. Texas (15), 13 innings, 6-6-81.

At-Bats (nine-inning game) -- 50, Holy Cross (15) vs. Penn State (4), 6-15-52.

Runs -- 23, Notre Dame vs. Northern Colorado (2), 6-9-57; Arizona State vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84.

Runs, One Inning -- 11, California (17) vs. Yale (4), ninth inning, 6-27-47; Seton Hall (14) vs. Texas A&M (5), eighth inning, 6-10-64; Stanford (15) vs. South Carolina (4), sixth inning, 6-5-82; Mississippi State (15) vs. Ga. Southern (1), first inning, 6-3-90; Georgia (16) vs. Stanford (2), sixth inning, 6-3-90; Cal State Fullerton (20) vs. LSU(6), first inning, 6-5-94.

Hits -- 23, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84; Arizona State (19) vs. Wichita State (1), 6-10-88.

Doubles -- 7, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84.

Triples -- 4, Holy Cross (15) vs. Western Michigan (3), 6-15-52; Syracuse (12) vs. Northern Colorado (5), 6-10-61.

Home Runs -- 5, Miami (Florida) (17) vs. Stanford (3), 6-1-85; Arizona State (9) vs. Miami (Florida) (5), 6-7-94; Florida State (11) vs. Southern Cal (16), 6-6-95; LSU (10) vs. Stanford (5), 6-1-97.

Total Bases -- 39, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84.

Runs Batted In -- 22, Notre Dame (23) vs. Northern Colorado (2), 6-9-57.

Walks -- 15, Springfield (1) vs. Oklahoma (7), 6-14-51; Duke (15) vs. Northern Colorado (3), 6-11-61; Oklahoma State (11) vs. Arizona State (10), 13 innings, 6-5-81.

Stolen Bases -- 7, Rutgers (4) vs. Texas (2), 6-15-50; Wake Forest (10) vs. Western Michigan (7), 6-14-55; Pepperdine (5) vs. Mississippi State (4), 10 innings, 6-4-79; Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84; Clemson (11) vs. Long Beach State (12), 6-3-91.

Sacrifice Bunts -- 5, Lafayette (6) vs. Northern Colorado (2), 1953; Michigan State (4) vs. Rollins (5), 1954; California (8) vs. Michigan (9), 11 innings, 6-1-80.

Sacrifice Flies -- 3, by seven teams [last time: Miami (Florida) (8) vs. LSU(9), 6-8-96].

Single-Game, Pitching

Earned Runs Allowed -- 22, Northern Colorado (2) vs. Notre Dame (23), 6-9-57.

Strikeouts -- 20, Ohio State(1) vs. Washington State (0), 15 innings, 6-10-65.

Strikeouts (nine-inning game) -- 19, Clemson(3) vs. Miami (Florida) (7), 5-31-96.

Wild Pitches -- 4, Texas (2) vs. Arizona State (5), 6-8-75; Florida State (5) vs. Arizona (9), 6-6-86; Florida State (2) vs. Florida (5), 6-1-96.

Batters Hit by Pitch -- 4, Texas (8) vs. Stanford (6), 12 innings, 6-8-82.

Balks -- 2, Northern Colorado (1) vs. Clemson (7), 6-14-59; Cal State Fullerton (0) vs. Wichita State (7), 6-4-82; James Madison (0) vs. Texas (12), 6-3-83.

Single-Game, Fielding

Assists -- 23, Southern Cal (2) vs. Florida State (1), 15 innings, 6-19-70; Arkansas (1) vs. South Carolina (0), 14 innings, 5-31-85.

Assists (nine-inning game) -- 22, Miami (Florida) (4) vs. Cal State Fullerton (3), 5-31-92.

Errors -- 9, Northern Colorado (0) vs. Arizona (20), 6-13-55; Texas (13) vs. Oklahoma State (18), 6-8-84.

Double Plays -- 5, Southern Cal (1) vs. Wake Forest (2), 12 innings, 6-24-49; Florida State (2) vs. Miami (Florida) (4), 6-4-95.

Triple Plays -- 1, Southern Cal (3) vs. Yale (1), 6-25-48; Rutgers (1) vs. Washington State(3), 6-19-50; State John's (NEW YORK) (2) vs. Hawaii (7), 6-1-80.

Passed Balls -- 3, Clemson (0) vs. Penn State (7), 6-15-59; Minnesota (12) vs. Southern Cal (11), 10 innings, 6-17-60; Oklahoma State (1) vs. Southern Illinois (7), 1968.

Single-Game, Batting

(Two Teams)

At-Bats -- 106, Oklahoma State (54) vs. Texas (52), 13 innings, 6-6-81, (8-15).

At-Bats (nine-inning game) -- 88, Arizona State (47) vs. Oklahoma State (41), 6-5-84, (23-12).

Runs -- 35, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84.

Hits -- 37, Arizona State (23) vs. Oklahoma State (14), 6-5-84, (23-12).

Doubles -- 9, Duke (6) vs. Oregon State (3), 6-12-52, (18-7); Clemson (5) vs. Arizona State (4), 6-10-77, (7-10); Arizona State (7) vs. Oklahoma State (2), 6-5-84, (23-12); Stanford (5) vs. Cal State Fullerton (4), 6-3-95, (5-6).

Triples -- 5, New Hampshire (3) vs. Mississippi (2), 6-9-56, (12-13).

Home Runs -- 7, Florida State (5) vs. Southern Cal (2), 6-6-95, (11-16); Cal State Fullerton (4) vs. Southern Cal (3), 6-10-95, (11-5).

Total Bases -- 60, Arizona State (39) vs. Oklahoma State (21), 6-5-84, (23-12).

Runs Batted In -- 33, Arizona State (21) vs. Oklahoma State (12), 6-5-84, (23-12).

Walks -- 25, Oklahoma State (15) vs. Arizona State (10), 13 innings, 6-5-81, (11-10).

Stolen Bases -- 11, Clemson (7) vs. Long Beach State (4), 6-3-91, (11-12).

Caught Stealing -- 6, Oklahoma State (3) vs. Indiana State (3), 6-1-86, (4-0).

Sacrifice Bunts -- 7, Arizona (4) vs. Oklahoma State (3), 14 innings, 1954, (4-5); Michigan State (5) vs. Rollins (2), 1954, (4-5); California (5) vs. Michigan (2), 11 innings, 6-1-80, (8-9).

Sacrifice Flies -- 5, Miami (Florida) (3) vs. LSU(2), 6-8-96, (8-9).

Single-Game, Pitching

(Two Teams)

Earned Runs Allowed -- 30, Oklahoma State (18) vs. Arizona State (12), 6-5-84, (12-23).

Strikeouts -- 31, Santa Clara (16) vs. Michigan (15), 15 innings, 6-16-62, (4-5).

Strikeouts (nine-inning game) -- 25, Florida State (14) vs. Dartmouth (11), 1970, (6-0); South Carolina (14) vs. Cal State Los Angeles (11), 6-13-77, (6-2); Texas (14) vs. LSU (11), 6-8-89, (12-7).

Batters Hit by Pitch -- 4, Texas (3) vs. Stanford (1), 12 innings, 6-8-82, (8-6); Oklahoma State (2) vs. Texas (2), 6-8-93, (7-6); Southern Cal (3) vs. Florida State (1), 6-6-95, (16-11).

Wild Pitches -- 5, Texas (4) vs. Arizona State (1), 6-8-75, (2-5); Temple (3) vs. Southern Illinois (2), 6-10-77, (5-10).

Balks -- 2, Southern Cal (1) vs. Connecticut (1), 11 innings, 6-11-72, (5-4); Cal State Fullerton (2) vs. Wichita State (0), 6-4-82, (0-7); James Madison (2) vs. Texas (0), 6-3-83, (0-12); James Madison (1) vs. Stanford (1), 6-5-83, (1-3).

Single-Game, Fielding

(Two Teams)

Assists -- , Santa Clara (22) vs. Michigan (18), 15 innings, 6-16-62, (4-5).

Assists (nine-inning game) -- 36, Mississippi State (19) vs. Cal State Fullerton (17), 6-2-79, (6-1); Oklahoma (18) vs. Georgia Tech (18), 6-11-94, (13-5).

Errors -- 12, Texas (9) vs. Oklahoma State (3), 6-8-84, (13-18).

Double Plays -- 8, Minnesota (4) vs. Oklahoma State (4), 6-18-60, (3-1).

Passed Balls -- 4, Clemson (3) vs. Penn State (1), 6-15-59, (0-7).

Series Records

Individual, Batting

At-Bats -- 32, Art Moosman, Holy Cross, 7 games, 1952.

Runs -- 11, John Turco, Holy Cross, 7 games, 1952; Chris Powell, Cal State Fullerton, 6 games, 1992.

Hits -- 14, Joe Caruso, Alabama, 6 games, 1997.

Doubles -- 4, Gus Hrncir, Texas, 6 games, 1950; Jack Bryant, Wake Forest, 5 games, 1955; John Boccabella, Santa Clara, 6 games, 1962; Sal Bando, Arizona State, 6 games, 1965; Dave Stegman, Arizona, 6 games, 1976; Craig Robinson, Southern Illinois, 5 games, 1977; Spike Owen, Texas, 4 games, 1982; Barry Bonds, Arizona State, 4 games, 1984; David Denny, Texas, 6 games, 1985; Robin Ventura, Oklahoma State, 5 games, 1987; Joe Caruso, Alabama, 6 games, 1997.

Triples -- 3, Buddy Chain, Mississippi, 4 games, 1956; Sonny Siebert, Missouri, 6 games, 1958; Arthur Ersepke, Southern Cal, 6 games, 1960.

Home Runs -- 4, Bud Hollowell, Southern Cal, 6 games, 1963; Gary Hymel, LSU, 4 games, 1991; J.D. Drew, Florida State, 3 games, 1995; Geoff Jenkins, Southern Cal, 6 games, 1995.

Runs Batted In -- 17, Stan Holmes, Arizona State, 6 games, 1981.

Total Bases -- 26, Geoff Jenkins, Southern Cal, 6 games, 1995.

Stolen Bases -- 8, Calvin James, Miami (Florida), 6 games, 1985; Tommy Hinzo, Arizona, 5 games, 1986.

Errors -- 8, Gary LeFevers, Arizona, 4 games, 1960.

Highest Batting Average -- .714, Jim Morris, Notre Dame, (10 for 14), 1957.

Individual, Pitching

Innings Pitched -- 27.2, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, 5 games, 1962.

Strikeouts -- 38, Bob Garibaldi, Santa Clara, 5 games, 1962.

Bases on Balls -- 20, Rod Keogh, Washington State, 2 games, 1950.

Fewest Hits Allowed (minimum 10 innings) -- 0, Jim Wixson, Oklahoma State, 11 innings, 4 games, 1960.

Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (minimum 14 innings) -- 0, John Stewart, Southern Cal, 16.1 innings, 5 games, 1966; Burt Hooton, Texas, 15 innings, 2 games, 1969; Russ McQueen, Southern Cal, 14 innings, 4 games, 1972; Jackson Todd, Oklahoma, 14 innings, 2 games, 1972; Darrell Jackson, Arizona State, 15.1 innings, 2 games, 1977; Patrick Ahearne, Pepperdine, 14 innings, 2 games, 1992.



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