Centennial Baseball History

 

Individual Game Records

    Hitting
At-Bats 9 Hank Sanders, DC vs HAV, 4-5-14
Nick Miranda, HAV vs DC, 4-5-14 
Runs 6 five players. Last: Charlie Carluccio, HAV vs USCGA, 3-13-10
Hits 6 10 players. Last: Dan Marano, F&M at Drew, 4-19-18
HR 3 11 players. Last: Ben Furlong, HAV vs. F&M, 4-8-17
Grand Slams 2 Paul Winterling, JHU vs WAS, 4-14-03
Total Bases 13 Ben Furlong, HAV vs. F&M, 4-8-17
Mike Cameron, SWA vs Keuka, 3-26-12
Dave Kahn, JHU vs F&M, 4-10-10 
RBI 11 Paul Winterling, JHU vs WAS, 4-14-03
SB 6 Gary Kruger, F&M vs HAV, 4-15-03
Justin Graf, MUH vs King's, 3-5-03 
BB 5 Tommy Nakamura, SWA vs URS, 4-14-10
Matt Wolfe, WAS vs Lincoln, 3-19-01 
HBP 4 Jeff Butera, HAV vs SWA, 4-30-10
Joe Aleffi, SWA vs GET, 4-19-97 
K 5 Justin Coulter, HAV vs MUH, 4-8-14
Chris Wilhelm, JHU vs MCD, 4-11-11 
     
    Pitching
Innings 11.0 Ryan Kuhlman, JHU vs HAV, 4-28-07
K 21 Sean White, DC vs. MCD, 4-15-11
HRA 6 Travis Zier, HAV vs JHU, 4-16-05
BB 8 Kyle Waney, HAV vs MCD, 4-7-12
Adam Huron, HAV vs WAS, 4-3-01 
WP 6 Josh Roth, SWA vs. Sciences, 4-18-96 
HBP 5 five players. Last: John Donovan, GET vs Rockford, 3-11-03

 

Team Single-Game Records

    Hitting
AB 71 HAV vs DC, 4-5-14
- Inning 17 DC vs F&M, 4-5-94
Runs 47 MCD vs Lincoln (2), 3-9-02
- Inning 23 MCD vs Lincoln, 3-9-02
- Extra Inn 7 MUH vs Lake Erie, 3-5-06
- Both Teams 55 MUH (25) vs Hartwick (30), 2006
Hits 29 DC vs F&M, 4-5-94
- Inning 14 DC vs F&M, 4-5-94 (4th)
HR 8 JHU vs WAS, 4-14-03
SB 16 MUH vs Beloit, 3-11-99
K 21 DC vs MCD, 4-15-11
LOB 20 DC vs HAV, 4-5-14
HAV vs DC, 4-5-14 

 Longest Game

18, Dickinson (3) vs. Ursinus (2), April 13, 2013
16, Haverford (17) vs. Dickinson (16), April 5, 2014
16, Emory (3) vs. Haverford (2), March 7, 2009
15, Ursinus (5), New Jersey (3), March 21, 2009

Hit for the Cycle

  1. Joe DiCecelia, Muhlenberg vs. St. John Fisher, March 19, 2010
  2. Ben Gresh, Ursinus vs. Delaware Valley, April 8, 2009
  3. Robbie Crabtree, Haverford vs. Muhlenberg, March 30, 2007
  4. Ryan Shotzberger, McDaniel vs. Lincoln, March 9, 2002