A By The Numbers Look At The Latest Week’s Action
36,056…Fans who attended the first game at the new Target Field in Minneapolis, MN-a college game in which Louisiana Tech beat Minnesota 9-1.
0…Hits allowed by South Florida’s Randy Fontanez in Friday’s 4-0 win over Notre Dame. The right-hander struck out 12 with two walks in the first 9-inning no-hitter in Division One baseball this season.
18…Years since a USF pitcher last tossed a no-hitter, when Mark Reed spun a perfect game vs. Charlotte in 1992.
1…Win this season and career shutouts by Fontanez after Friday’s gem. The Preseason Big East Pitcher of the Year was 0-4 prior to his team’s conference-opener with losses to the likes of Florida and Ohio State and a no-decision in a loss to Oklahoma.
23…Consecutive wins by Arizona State to open the season-a record for the storied program.
2…Runs scored by ASU in the 8th inning to tie Cal in Sunday’s 3-2 win. Drew Maggi’s two out RBI single in the 9th gave the Sun Devils their 23rd straight win.
13…Strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings by ASU starter Jake Borup in Sunday’s win. He allowed just two hits, but settled for a no-decision.
20…Consecutive wins by UCLA to open the season-the longest winning streak in Bruin’s history.
6…Wins with no losses by UCLA pitcher Gerrit Cole. He became the nation’s first 6-game winner with Thursday’s 11-7 win over Cal Poly. Cole walked a season-high seven batters with seven strikeouts in the outing, which UCLA led 11-0 after four innings.
10…Combined double plays turned in Pacific’s 3-2 win in 11 innings over San Jose State on Sunday. Each team turned five double plays to tie a single-game NCAA record set on April 4, 1989 by Georgetown and George Mason.
8…Runs given-up in 5 2/3 IP by Texas pitcher Taylor Jungmann in Friday’s 12-5 loss to Texas Tech.
9…Runs given-up by Jungmann (2-1) in his first 36 1/3 IP this season prior to suffering his first loss.
10…Runs scored in the bottom of the 8th inning by George Mason in Friday’s CAA opener vs. James Madison and send the game to extra innings with the score tied 12-12.
9…Runs scored in the 10th inning of that same game by James Madison, which won the game 21-16.
14…Strikeouts by Cal State Fullerton’s Noe Ramirez in Friday’s 3-0 win over Hawaii in his second complete game of the season.
0.40…ERA of Hawaii starter Josh Slats, who was Ramirez’s counterpart in that game-which lasted just 2:18.
18…Game home field winning streak that ended last Tuesday when Elon beat Clemson 15-10 at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
4 of 5…Games Clemson lost last week after opening the season with a 17-2 record. The Tigers also lost at home to Elon on Wednesday and then dropped 2 of 3 games at Virginia over the weekend.
5…Walks issued by Kansas State pitcher Evan Marshall in Friday’s 14-11 win over visiting Oklahoma State.
7…Runs scored in the 8th inning of that game to give the K-State its third straight win in a Big 12 opener. (The Wildcats took two of three games in the series.)
2…Walks issued by Marshall (along with 22 strikeouts) in his first 33 2/3 IP this season.
15…Strikeouts in 6 IP by Oklahoma State’s Kevin Chambers, who allowed just one hit with one walk, in Tuesday’s 26-0 win over Alabama A& M. It was the second game of a doubleheader in Stillwater, OK.
5…Strikeouts by Chambers’ teammate, Brian Denneny, who pitched the last three innings of that game.
13…Combined strikeouts by four OSU pitchers in a 6-5 loss to A&M in game one of that twin bill.
10…Home runs hit by ten different players in Tuesday’s 20-15 win by Morehead State over Indiana. The teams combined for 35 runs on 43 hits.
8…Pitchers used by Webber International in Thursday’s 9-0 win over Ohio State.
617…Enrollment of Webber International-an NAIA school located in Babson Park, FL.
52,715…Enrollment of Ohio State-a Big Ten school located in Columbus, OH.
1…Career hit by The Citadel’s Josh Pless. The freshman’s single to left field gave the Bulldogs a 2-1 win over Appalachian State Saturday afternoon. He was 0-4 prior to the at-bat.
5…Runs scored by North Carolina State against Miami with two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning to tie the game at 6-6 & send it to extra innings. The Wolfpack won 7-6 after a game-winning sac fly by Chris Schaeffer in the 11th inning.
4 1/3…Relief innings pitched in that game by freshman Felix Roque-a Miami native-to earn his first career win.
10…Consecutive hits by East Carolina in Sunday’s 20-1 win over North Carolina Central.
65-7…Combined score of the Pirates‘ three wins over the Eagles.
2 of 3…Games won by Memphis over Rice over the weekend to give the Tigers their first ever series win over the Owls.
11…Strikeouts in 7 IP by Louisville’s Thomas Royse (5-0, 1.42 ERA) in Friday’s Big East Conference opening 1-0 win over UConn.
4…RBIs by Cody Lassley on his game-ending grand slam in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Wichita State a
5-1 win over Bradley.
0…Runs allowed in his last 11 2/3 IP by TCU’s Paul Gerrish after 5 2/3 scoreless innings in Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Texas State.
16-15…Air Force’s lead in Sunday’s game vs. TCU when play was halted in the 7th inning due to TCU’s travel plans. The game will be resumed on May 15. The two teams split the first two games of the Mountain West Conference Series.
7…Straight wins by Georgia Tech after Sunday’s 11-8 win in 10 innings over North Carolina.
5…Runs scored in the 9th inning by the Yellow Jackets to tie the game 8-8 and send it to extra innings. The scoring was capped on a 2-run home run by Derek Dietrich, who had a career-high five hits in the game.
10…Years since Georgia Tech last swept a series from the Tar Heels, which were swept at home for the first time since 2003.
10…Strikeouts by GT pitcher Deck McGuire in 7 innings in Friday’s 2-1 series-opening win in Chapel Hill.
20-5…School record best start to a season by Western Kentucky after beating Louisiana-Monroe 10-8 on Sunday to cap a weekend sweep.
1…Win over a Division One team by Division II Lake Erie College after Sunday’s 19-4 win over Cleveland State.
11…Strikeouts by Charleston Southern’s Tyler Thornburg in 8 IP in a 1-0 win over VMI.
446…Wins at UC Santa Barbara by head coach Bob Brontsema after an 11-6 win over San Francisco. The mark is a new school record.