TEAM RECORDS

    GAME

    Most Runs: 29 vs. Wake Forest (3-29-1984)
    Most Opponent Runs: 41 by Clemson (4-6-1979)
    Most Hits: 27 vs. High Point (3-14-1980), vs. Hofstra (2-12-2006)
    Longest Game (Innings): 18 vs. Akron (3-4-2009), vs. North Carolina (5-25-2013)
    Most Strikeouts by pitching staff: 31 vs. Akron (3-4-2009)

    SEASON

    Most Games: 68 in 1990, 1991
    Most Victories: 50 in 2013
    Most Losses: 31 in 2009 (56 games)
    Most Wins Away From Home: 38 in 2003
    Most At-Bats: 2351 in 1994 (65 games)
    Most Runs: 571 in 1988 (61 games) and 2010 (62 games)
    Most Opponent Runs: 411 in 1998 (64 games)
    Fewest Runs: 82 in 1965 (21 games)
    Fewest Opponent Runs: 64 in 1965 (21 games) and 1961 (18 games)
    Most Hits: 767 in 2006 (63 games)
    Most Doubles: 161 in 1991 (68 games)
    Most Triples: 23 in 1996 (61 games)
    Most Home Runs: 123 in 1988 (61 games)
    Most Grand-Slam Home Runs: 9 in 2010
    Most Stolen Bases: 110 in 2013 (66 games)
    Most Walks Received: 337 in 1997 (63 games)
    Highest Batting Average: .346 in 1988 (61 games)
    Highest On-Base Percentage: .427 in 2010
    Highest Slugging Percentage: .591 in 1988
    Most Total Bases: 1283 in 1988
    Longest Winning Streak: 19 in 1990
    Longest ACC Winning Streak: 13 in 1997
    Longest Losing Streak (since 1956): 7 in 2002 and 2009
    Most Shutouts: 7 in 1978, 2005, and 2013
    Lowest ERA: 1.65 in 1975 (34 games)
    Most Strikeouts: 599 in 2013 (66 games)
    Fewest Walks Issued: 46 in 1961 (18 games)
    Fewest Hits Allowed: 125 in 1958 (17 games)
    Most Hits Allowed: 717 in 1997 (63 games)
    Most Walks Issued: 337 in 1997 (63 games)
    Most Complete Games: 23 in 1981 (45 games)
    Most Saves: 19 in 1992 (64 games), 1994 (65 games), 2008 (64 games), and 2013 (66 games)
    Most Double Plays: 82 in 1998 (64 games)

    INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

    BATTING

    Games played, season: 68, Jeff Pierce (1991)
    Games played, career: 263, Robbie Bark (1990-93)
    Consecutive games played: 248, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Batting average, season: .429, Chris Cammack (1969)
    Batting average, career: .387, Aaron Bates (2005-06)
    At-bats, season: 278, Ramon Corona (2006)
    At-bats, career: 1000, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Runs scored, season: 85, Tom Sergio (1997)
    Runs scored, career: 290, Tom Sergio (1994-97)
    Hits, season: 105, Brian Ward (1998)
    Hits, career: 366, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Doubles, season: 31, Brian Ward (1998)
    Doubles, career: 78, Brian Wright (1999-2002)
    Triples, season: 10, Bill Peed (1955)
    Triples, career: 21, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Home runs, season: 25, Turtle Zaun (1988)
    Home runs, career: 61, Pat Clougherty (1991-94)
    RBI, season: 87, Turtle Zaun (1988)
    RBI, career: 239, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Bases on balls, season: 64, Pratt Maynard (2010)
    Bases on balls, career: 154, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Stolen bases, season: 57, Trea Turner (2012)
    Stolen bases, career: 87, Trea Turner (2012-)
    Total bases, season: 186, Tony Ellison (1995)
    Total bases, career: 582, Jake Weber (1995-98)
    Slugging, season: .913, Tracy Woodson (1984)
    Slugging, career: .720, Tracy Woodson (1982-84)
    On-base, season: .526, Tom Sergio (1997)
    Grand slams, season: 4, Andrew Ciencin (2010)

    PITCHING

    Wins, season: 14-2, Matt Donahue (1992)
    Wins, career: 35, Terry Harvey (1992-95)
    Appearances, season: 36, Joey Devine (2003)
    Appearances, career: 87, Joey Devine (2003-05)
    Starts, season: 20, Matt Donahue (1991)
    Starts, career: 60, Terry Harvey (1992-95)
    Innings pitched, season: 159.1, Matt Donahue (1991)
    Innings pitched, career: 426.0, Terry Harvey (1992-95)
    Complete games, season: 10, Mike Caldwell (1969)
    Complete games, career: 32, Mike Caldwell (1968-71)
    Strikeouts, season: 184, Carlos Rodon (2013)
    Strikeouts, career: 386, Terry Harvey (1992-95)
    Lowest ERA, season: 0.79, Richard Phillips (1973)
    Saves, season: 15, Jamie Wolkosky (1992)
    Saves, career: 36, Joey Devine (2003-05)
    Shutouts, season: 4, Paul Grossman (1984) & Mike Caldwell (1971)

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