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1999 Team Records

TEAM RECORDS

Games Played, Season: 56, 1995, 1997
Best Batting Avg., Season: 354 (678-1913), 1989
Total Bases: 1031, 1989
Runs Scored, Game: 29 vs. Georgetown, 5/1 /78
Runs Scored, Season: 542, 1989
At- Bats, Game: 55, vs. Lafayette, 4/23/91
At-Bats, Season: 1991, 1995
Hits, Game: 27 vs. Iona, 4/8/84 & Lafayette, 4/23/91
Hits, Season: 678, 1989
Doubles, Game: 8 vs. Iona, 4/8/84
Doubles, Season: 136, 1989
Triples, Game: 3 vs. Rider, 4/28/75 & Ithaca, 3/8/88
Triples, Season: 19, 1995
Home Runs, Game: 7 vs. LaSalle, 3/20/87
Home Runs, Season: 70, 1987
RBI's, Game: 25 vs. Lafayette, 4/23/91
RBI's, Season: 492, 1989
Base on Balls, Season: 333, 1987
Sacrifices, Season: 56, 1989
Stolen Bases, Season: 89, 1997
Most Victories: 42, 1989
Fewest Losses: 1, 1940
Highest Winning Pct .938, 15-1, 1940
Longest Game: 15 innings vs. Princeton, 1973 (2-4)
Complete Games Pitched: 16, 1985
Innings Pitched: 484, 1995
Earned Run Average: 2.01, 1958
Strikeouts: 377, 1987
Base on Balls Allowed: 399, 1987
Saves: 10, 1989, 1995

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

Games Played, Season: 56, Ryan McGinty,
- Jason Cassesa,
- Brian Fili - 1997
- Larry Kleinz - 1995
Games Played, Career: 182, Bob McCreary, 1986-1989
Batting Average, Season: (Under 100 AB) .507 (34-67), Steve Krines, 1967;
-(Over 100 AB) .484 (75-155), Gene Schall,1991
Batting Average, Career: .424 (132-311), Bob Loscalzo,, 1979-81
Total Bases, Season: 184, Mike Neill, 1991
Total Bases, Career: 379, Mike Neill, 1989-1991
Runs Scored, Season: 85, Mike Neill, 1991
Runs Scored, Career: 201, Jim Sears, 1988-91
At-Bats, Game: 7, Dan Mostardi (1984),
- Robert Maurer (1951),
- Charlie McGuckin (1953),
- Dennis McCaffery (1991),
- Jack Stanczak (1991)
At-Bats, Season: 216 (52 games), Mike Neill, 1991
At-Bats, Career: 678 (182 games),
- Bob McCreary, 1986-89
Hits, Game: 6, Robert Maurer, 1951
Hits, Season: 101, Mike Neill, 1991
Hits, Career: 232, Mike Neill, 1989-91
Doubles, Game: 5, Mike Wismer, 1989
Doubles, Season: 22, Gary Scott, 1989,
- Mike Neill, 1991
Doubles, Career: 53, Mike Neill, 1989-91
Triples, Game: 2, Bob Loscalzo (2x,1981),
- Kevin Cooke (1977),
- Fred Anthony (1958),
- Joe Urbanovich (1967),
- Tom Koerick (1992)
- Jeff Stetina (1997)
Triples, Season: 8, Tom Vitti (1971),
- Bob Loscalzo (1981)
Triples, Career: 15, Bob Loscalzo, 1979-81
Home Runs, Inning: 2, Gene Schall, 1989
Home Runs, Game: 3, Bob Loscalzo (1981),
- Rafael Novoa (1987),
- Mike Neill (1990)
Home Runs, Season: 22, Gary Scott, 1989
Home Runs, Career: 44, Gary Scott, 1987-89
RBI's, Game: 8, Ray Majczan (1974),
- Kevin Cain (1987),
- Mike Wismer (1989),
- Mike Neill (1990)
- Jeff Stetina (1997)
RBI's, Season: 83, Gary Scott, 1989
RBI's, Career: 183, Gary Scott, 1987-89
Base on Balls, Season: 54, Jim Sears, 1988-91
Base on Balls, Career: 145, Jim Sears, 1988-91
Sacrifices, Season: 10, Tom Hank (1978),
- Mike DeAnzeris (1991)
Sacrifices, Career: 18, Mike DeAnzeris, 1989-92
Stolen Bases, Season: 26, Brian Fili, 1997
Stolen Bases, Career: 61, Brian Fili, 1994-97
Hit by Pitches, Season: 22, Pat Kane, 1997

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

Appearances, Season: 30, Brian Manning, 1999
Appearances, Career: 71, Scott Marks, 1986-89
Complete Games, Season: 10, Brian Kenny, 1990
Complete Games, Career: 18, Rafael Novoa, 1986-89
Saves, Season: 9, John Klopp, 1995, 9, Brian Manning, 1999
Saves, Career: 16, John Klopp, 1993-96
Wins, Season: 10, Rafael Novoa (1989), Brian Kenny (1990)
Wins, Career: 27, Brian Kenny (27-10), 1988-91
Innings Pitched, Game: 11 2/3, Steve Wasserleben vs. Rider, 4/22/75
Innings Pitched, Season: 95, Rafael Novoa, 1986-89
Innings Pitched, Career: 297, Rafael Novoa, 1986-89
Earned Run Avg, Season: 1.47 (13 ER in 79 2/3 IP), Harry Burke, 1968
Earned Run Avg Career: 1.85 (29 ER in 141 2/3 IP), Harry Burke, 1967-68
Strikeouts, Game: 23, Bob Kropiewnicki vs. Drexel, 5/5/58
Strikeouts, Season: 113, Phil Fidalgo, 1960
Strikeouts, Career: 273, Rafael Novoa, 1986-89
Best K/IP Ratio, Season: 1.62 (56 K, 34 1/3 IP), Brian Manning,1999
Best K/IP Ratio, Career: 1.07 (238 K, 222 1/3 IP), Phil Fidalgo, 1960-62
No-Hit Games, Season: 1, Phil Fidalgo, 9-0 vs. Scranton, 4/19/60
No-Hit Games, Career: 1, Phil Fidalgo, 1960-62
One-Hit Games, Season: 1, Bob Kropiewnicki (10-1 vs. Drexel, 5/5/68), Harry Burke (10-0 vs. Princeton, 4/8/68),Mike Schick (11-0 vs. Georgetown, 4/31/89), Larry Kingsbury and David Herr (6-2 vs. Georgetown, 4/16/92)
One-Hit Games, Career: 1, Bob Kropiewnicki (1958), Harry Burke (1967-68), Mike Schick (1988-89)
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