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                 *** NCAA Division I - World Series Records ***
                            From The Sports Network
 
 Individual Records
 
 (Note: *Indicates College World Series record; all other records made
         in district or regional playoffs.)
 
 SINGLE-GAME, BATTING
 
 At-Bats
 8-Pat Bidelman, Western Mich. (4) vs. Michigan (3), 14 inn., 6-3-61; Charley
 Horan, Connecticut (8) vs. Harvard (5), 16 inn., 5-28-72; Brad Linden,
 Connecticut (8) vs. Harvard (5), 16 inn., 5-28-72; Mike Beeler, Tex.-Pan
 American (4) vs. Arkansas (2), 14 inn., 5-26-73, and Tex.-Pan American (12)
 vs. Texas (14), 13 inn., 5-27-73; Buddy Dodson, Tex.-Pan American (12) vs.
 Texas (14), 13 inn., 5-27-73; Ron Batter, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. Citadel (1), 16
 inn., 5-18-79; Joe DelliCarri, Pennsylvania (16) vs. Le Moyne (18), 12 inn.,
 5-27-89; Pat Calabrese, UNC Greensboro (22) vs. Southeastern La. (12),
 5-27-94; Ryan Christenson, Pepperdine (18) vs. Middle Tenn. St. (17), 12 inn.,
 5-27-95; David Newhan, Pepperdine (18) vs. Middle Tenn. St. (17), 12 inn.,
 5-27-95; Will Ford, Rice (27) vs. Wis.-Milwaukee (1), 5-29-99.
 7-*by 16 players.
 
 Runs
 5-Jerry White, Fresno St. (23) vs. Santa Clara (11), 6-1-59; Bill Westendick,
 Florida St. (16) vs. Georgia Tech (9), 6-9-59; Bill Berryhill, Texas (17) vs.
 Trinity (Tex.) (2), 5-26-73; Neil Simons, Clemson (22) vs. East Tenn. St. (4),
 5-22-80; Don Giordano, St. John's (N.Y.) (23) vs. Central Mich. (13), 5-23-81;
 Jimmy Barragan, Oklahoma St. (20) vs. Richmond (8), 5-22-86; John Toal,
 Oklahoma (21) vs. Eastern Ky. (14), 5-22-86; Rick Bernardo, Maine (21) vs. St.
 John's (N.Y.) (8), 5-27-86; Frank Carey, Stanford (16) vs. Kentucky (2),
 5-31-88; *Oddibe McDowell, Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84;
 Doug Newstrom, Arizona St. (12) vs. St. John's (N.Y.) (2), 5-30-93; J. P.
 Roberge, Southern California (19) vs. UNC Greensboro (3), 5-26-94; *Rick Gama,
 Miami (Fla.) (15) vs. Southern California (10), 6-2-95; Ryan Bordenick, South
 Carolina (21) vs. Florida Int'l (9), 5-21-98; Brian Seever, Miami (Fla.) (21)
 vs. Bowling Green (6), 5-21-98; Matt Diaz, Florida St. (23) vs. Oklahoma (2),
 5-23-98; Micah Holst, Southwest Mo. St. (23) vs. Clemson (5), 5-28-99; Will
 Ford, Rice (27) vs. Wis.-Milwaukee (1), 5-29-99; Jason Gray, Rice (27) vs.
 Wis.-Milwaukee (1), 5-29-99.
 
 Hits
 6-Jimmy Barragan, Oklahoma St. (20) vs. Richmond (8), 5-22-86; Brian Bark,
 North Carolina St. (13) vs. Florida (3), 5-26-88; Burke Masters, Mississippi
 St. (11) vs. Florida St. (8), 5-26-90; Joe Dillon, Texas Tech (10) vs.
 Southern California (13), 5-26-96; Brian Cox, Florida St. (27) vs. Delaware
 (6), 5-22-98; Will Ford, Rice (27) vs. Wis.-Milwaukee (1), 5-29-99.
 5-13 times.*
 
 Doubles
 3-by 28 players.
 3-*Jack Bryant, Wake Forest (10) vs. Western Mich. (7), 6-14-55; *Clint
 Meyers, Arizona St. (3) vs. Penn St. (1), 6-8-73; *Dave Caldwell, Clemson (7)
 vs. Arizona St. (10), 6-10-77; *Bob Horner, Arizona St. (13) vs. St. John's
 (N.Y.) (2), 6-3-78; *Bobby Carlsen, Oklahoma St. (14) vs. LSU (3), 6-7-90.
 
 Triples
 2-by several players.
 
 Home Runs
 4-Bill Reynolds, Maine (21) vs. St. John's (N.Y.) (8), 5-27-86; Matt Diaz,
 Florida St. (23) vs. Oklahoma (2), 5-23-98.
 3-*J. D. Drew, Florida St. (11) vs. Southern California (16), 6-6-95.
 
 Runs Batted In
 9-Bill Reynolds, Maine (21) vs. St. John's (N.Y.) (8), 5-27-86; Mark Kotsay,
 Cal St. Fullerton (19) vs. Delaware (8), 5-23-96.
 7-*Carl Thomas, Arizona (12) vs. Oregon (1), 6-10-54; *Stan Holmes, Arizona
 St. (10) vs. Oklahoma St. (11), 13 inn., 6-5-81; *Mark Kotsay, Cal St.
 Fullerton (10) vs. Florida St. (3), 6-7-94; *Wes Rachels, Southern California
 (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), 6-6-98.
 
 Total Bases
 17-Matt Diaz, Florida St. (23) vs. Oklahoma (2), 5-23-98.
 12-*J. D. Drew, Florida St. (11) vs. Southern California (16), 6-6-95;
 *Marshall McDougall, Florida St. (14) vs. Stanford (11), 6-18-99.
 
 Stolen Bases
 5-Dave Nichols, Florida St. (10) vs. Richmond (5), 6-2-72; Wes Robbins, Miami
 (Fla.) (6) vs. Morehead St. (1), 5-20-77.
 4-*Bob Fry, Washington St. (12) vs. Texas (5), 6-7-65; *Doug Dascenzo,
 Oklahoma St. (18) vs. Texas (13), 6-8-84.
 
 HIT BY PITCH
 4-Rick Peters, Arizona St. (11) vs. Washington St. (7), 5-28-77.
 2-*by 18 players.
 
 SINGLE-GAME, FIELDING
 
 Putouts
 26-Randy Guerra, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. Citadel (1), 16 inn., 5-18-79.
 20-*Doug Mirabelli, Wichita St. (3) vs. Creighton (2), 12 inn., 6-3-91.
 
 Assists
 13-Harry Tohalis, Connecticut (8) vs. Harvard (5), 16 inn., 5-28-72.
 11-*Cal Meier, Southern California (2) vs. Florida St. (1), 15 inn., 6-18-70.
 
 Errors
 5-Guy Tirabassi, Penn St. (4) vs. Colgate (7), 6-3-55.
 4-*Guy Wallace, Texas A&M (8) vs. Utah (15), 1951; *Carmen Troiso, Penn St.
 (4) vs. Holy Cross (15), 1952; *Phil Honeycutt, Tulsa (9) vs. Harvard (8),
 6-13-71; *David Denny, Texas (13) vs. Oklahoma St. (18), 6-8-84.
 
 SINGLE-GAME, PITCHING
 
 Innings Pitched
 15.1-Mark Batten, Miami (Fla.) (3) vs. Citadel (1), 16 inn., 5-18-79.
 15-*Steve Arlin, Ohio St. (1) vs. Washington St. (0), 15 inn., 6-10-65.
 
 Strikeouts
 21-Jeff Weaver, Fresno St. (2) vs. Texas A&M (1), 5-22-97.
 20-*Steve Arlin, Ohio St. (1) vs. Washington St. (0), 15 inn., 6-10-65.
 
 Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game
 21-Jeff Weaver, Fresno St. (2) vs. Texas A&M (1), 5-22-97.
 17-*Ed Bane, Arizona St. (1) vs. Oklahoma (0), 6-11-72.
 
 Bases on Balls
 17-John Hogg, Northern Colo. (7) vs. Wyoming (13), 6-4-55.
 15-*James Waldrip, Oklahoma (7) vs. Springfield (1), 6-14-51.
 
 No-Hit Games
 1-*Jim Ehrler, Texas (7) vs. Tufts (0), 6-19-50; *Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St. (7)
 vs. North Carolina (0), 6-15-60; Bob Fenton, Penn St. (3) vs. Rider (0),
 5-31-63; Jim Hogarty, Air Force (5) vs. Idaho (0), 5-28-67; Jack Kucek, Miami
 (Ohio) (3) vs. Cincinnati (0), 5-23-74; John Burke, Florida (2) vs. Furman
 (0), 5-23-91.
 
 One-Hit Games
 1-Nino Barnise, California (3) vs. Denver (1), 6-20-47; *Rod Keogh, Washington
 St. (3) vs. Rutgers (1), 10 inn., 6-19-50; *Jackie Lonergan, Holy Cross (0)
 vs. Missouri (1), 6-13-52; Walter Judd, Ithaca (5) vs. Lafayette (0), 6-3-55;
 Cecil Burford, Mississippi (3) vs. Tennessee Tech (2), 6-2-56; *Littleton
 Fowler, Oklahoma St. (8) vs. Syracuse (0), 6-13-61; *Larry Hardy, Texas (7)
 vs. Brigham Young (0), 6-12-68; Mike Bacsik, Trinity (Tex.) (6) vs. Arkansas
 (0), 5-24-73; *Bob Shirley, Oklahoma (6) vs. Penn St. (0), 6-9-73; Stan Meek,
 Oklahoma (6) vs. Tulsa (2), 5-30-74; *Steve Howe, Michigan (4) vs. Baylor (0),
 6-2-78; Ron Darling, Yale (0) vs. St. John's (N.Y.) (1), 12 inn., 5-21-81;
 *Doug Henry, Arizona St. (7) vs. Maine (0), 6-5-83; *Alan Dunn and Tim
 Meacham, Alabama (6) vs. Arizona St. (0), 6-10-83; Kris Wilson, Georgia Tech
 (5) vs. Tennessee Tech (0), 5-22-97; Chance Caple, Texas A&M (6) vs. Monmouth
 (0), 5-28-99.
 (Note: Darling recorded a no-hitter through 11 inn.).
 
 Team Records
 (Note: *Indicates College World Series record; all other records made
        in district or regional playoffs.)
 
 SINGLE-GAME, BATTING
 
 At-Bats
 70-Clemson (3) vs. Fordham (2), 19 inn., 5-26-88.
 54-*Oklahoma St. (8) vs. Texas (15), 13 inn., 6-6-81.
 
 At-Bats, Both Teams
 135-Clemson (3) vs. Fordham (2), 19 inn., 5-26-88 (70-65).
 106-*Oklahoma St. (8) vs. Texas (15), 13 inn., 6-6-81 (54-52).
 
 At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game
 59-Arizona St. (27) vs. UNLV (8), 5-29-88.
 50-*Holy Cross (15) vs. Penn St. (4), 6-15-52.
 
 At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game, Both Teams
 97-Arizona St. (27) vs. UNLV (8), 5-29-88 (59-38); Southern California (18)
 vs. Fresno St. (17), 5-29-88 (47-50).
 88-*Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84 (47-41).
 
 Runs
 30-Arizona St. vs. UNLV (5), 5-28-78.
 23-*Notre Dame vs. Northern Colo. (2), 6-9-57; *Arizona St. vs. Oklahoma St.
 (12), 6-5-84.
 
 Runs, Both Teams
 42-LSU (29) vs. Georgia Tech (13), 5-26-96.
 35-*Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84; *Southern California (21)
 vs. Arizona St. (14), 6-6-98.
 
 Runs, One Inning
 18-LSU (29) vs. Georgia Tech (13), 5-26-96.
 11-*California (17) vs. Yale (4), ninth inn., 6-27-47; *Seton Hall (14) vs.
 Texas A&M (5), eighth inn., 6-10-64; *Stanford (15) vs. South Carolina (4),
 sixth inn., 6-5-82; *Mississippi St. (15) vs. Ga. Southern (1), first inn.,
 6-3-90; *Georgia (16) vs. Stanford (2), sixth inn., 6-3-90; *Cal St. Fullerton
 (20) vs. LSU (6), first inn., 6-5-94.
 
 Hits
 33-Rice (27) vs. Wis.-Milwaukee (1), 5-29-99
 31-Arizona St. (27) vs. UNLV (8), 5-29-88; UCLA (22) vs. Oklahoma St. (2),
 5-25-97.
 23-*Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84; *Arizona St. (19) vs.
 Wichita St. (1), 6-10-88; *Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14),
 6-6-98.
 
 Hits, Both Teams
 44-La Salle (17) vs. Rider (12), 5-25-85 (26-18); Arizona St. (27) vs. UNLV
 (8), 5-29-88 (31-13); Baylor (22) vs. Minnesota (6), 5-30-99 (29-15).
 39-*Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), 6-6-98.
 
 Doubles
 9-Miami (Fla.) (22) vs. Princeton (6), 5-24-85; Alabama (11) vs. Richmond (4),
 5-27-95; LSU (29) vs. Georgia Tech (13), 5-26-96.
 7-*Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84.
 
 Triples
 6-Utah (24) vs. Northern Colo. (3), 6-6-60.
 4-*Holy Cross (15) vs. Western Mich. (3), 6-15-52; *Syracuse (12) vs. Northern
 Colo. (5), 6-10-61.
 
 Home Runs
 9-Southern Ill. (15) vs. Ball St. (6), 5-29-69; Alabama (11) vs. Richmond (4),
 5-27-95.
 8-*LSU (12) vs. Southern California (10), 5-30-98.
 
 Total Bases
 51-Tulane (16) vs. Eastern Ky. (6), 5-23-86.
 42-*Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), 6-6-98.
 
 Total Bases, Both Teams
 73-Cal St. Northridge (20) vs. Mississippi St. (19), 5-25-96 (29-44).
 71-*Southern California (21) vs. Arizona St. (14), 6-6-98 (42-29).
 
 Stolen Bases
 10-Florida St. (10) vs. Richmond (5), 6-2-72; St. John's (N.Y.) (14) vs. Holy
 Cross (12), 5-26-78; St. John's (N.Y.) (15) vs. Temple (6), 5-28-78; Clemson
 (11) vs. St. John's (N.Y.) (1), 5-29-88.
 7-*Rutgers (4) vs. Texas (2), 6-15-50; *Wake Forest (10) vs. Western Mich.
 (7), 6-14-55; *Pepperdine (5) vs. Mississippi St. (4), 10 inn., 6-4-79;
 *Arizona St. (23) vs. Oklahoma St. (12), 6-5-84; *Clemson (11) vs. Long Beach
 St. (12), 6-3-91.
 
 Hit by pitch
 10-Washington (20) vs. Rice (11), 5-22-98.
 4-*Stanford (6) vs. Texas (8), 12 inn., 6-8-82.
 
 SINGLE-GAME, FIELDING
 
 Errors
 9-Clemson (10) vs. Virginia Tech (11), 5-22-54; Penn St. (4) vs. Colgate (7),
 6-3-55; Jackson St. (2) vs. UNLV (13), 5-26-89; *Northern Colo. (0) vs.
 Arizona (20), 6-13-55; *Texas (13) vs. Oklahoma St. (18), 6-8-84.
 
 Errors, Both Teams
 13-Central Mich. (7) vs. Evansville (6), 5-28-88 (6-7).
 12-*Oklahoma St. (18) vs. Texas (13), 6-8-84 (3-9).
 
 Double Plays
 6-California (2) vs. Missouri (1), 5-24-80.
 5-*Southern California (1) vs. Wake Forest (2), 12 inn., 6-24-49; *Florida St.
 (2) vs. Miami (Fla.) (4), 6-4-95.
 
 Double Plays, Both Teams
 8-*Minnesota (3) vs. Oklahoma St. (1), 6-11-60; Washington St. (8) vs.
 Portland St. (7), 5-27-77; California (2) vs. Missouri (1), 5-24-80.
 
 Pitchers Used
 8-Villanova (18) vs. Georgia Tech (16), 5-27-89; Southwest Mo. St. (6) vs.
 Rice (25), 5-25-97.
 7-*LSU (6) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (20), 6-5-94; LSU (13) vs. Stanford (9),
 6-4-97; Florida St. (14) vs. Stanford (11), 6-18-99.
 
 INDIVIDUAL: BATTING
 
 At-Bats
 32-Art Moosman, Holy Cross, 7 games, 1952.
 
 Runs
 11-John Turco, Holy Cross, 7 games, 1952; Chris Powell, Cal St. Fullerton, 6
 games, 1992.
 
 Hits
 15-Jason Lane, Southern California, 6 games, 1998.
 
 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 St., 6 games,
 1965; Dave Stegman, Arizona, 6 games, 1976; Craig Robinson, Southern Ill., 5
 games, 1977; Spike Owen, Texas, 4 games, 1982; Barry Bonds, Arizona St., 4
 games, 1984; David Denny, Texas, 6 games, 1985; Robin Ventura, Oklahoma St., 5
 games, 1987; Joe Caruso, Alabama, 6 games, 1997; Jason Lane, Southern
 California, 6 games, 1998.
 
 Triples
 3-Buddy Chain, Mississippi, 4 games, 1956; Sonny Siebert, Missouri, 6 games,
 1958; Arthur Ersepke, Southern California, 6 games, 1960.
 
 Home Runs
 4-Bud Hollowell, Southern California, 6 games, 1963; Gary Hymel, LSU, 4 games,
 1991; J. D. Drew, Florida St., 3 games, 1995; Jason Lane, Southern California,
 6 games, 1998.
 
 Runs Batted In
 17-Stan Holmes, Arizona St., 6 games, 1981.
 
 Total Bases
 31-Jason Lane, Southern California, 6 games, 1998.
 
 Stolen Bases
 8-Calvin James, Miami (Fla.), 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 St., 2 games, 1950.
 
 Fewest Hits Allowed
 0-Jim Wixson, Oklahoma St., 11 inn., 4 games, 1960.
 
 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (Minimum 14 Inn.)
 0-John Stewart, Southern California, 16.1 inn., 5 games, 1966; Burt Hooton,
 Texas, 15 innings, 2 games, 1969; Russ McQueen, Southern California, 14
 innings, 4 games, 1972; Jackson Todd, Oklahoma, 14 innings, 2 games, 1972;
 Darrell Jackson, Arizona St., 15.1 innings, 2 games, 1977; Patrick Ahearne,
 Pepperdine, 14 innings, 2 games, 1992.
 
 
 
 
 
 06/09 14:51:36 ET

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