Batting and Baserunning Records

Games

Most Games Played, Career — 173 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Games Played, Season — 50 — Kyle Chontos, Alex Green, Brad Gugliotta, Eric Murphy and Mark Zimmerman, 2014

At Bats

Most Times at Bat, Career — 662 — Mark Zimmerman, 2013–2016

Most Times at Bat, Season — 217 — Mark Zimmerman, 2014

Hits

Most Hits, Career — 242 — Mark Zimmerman, 2013–2016

Most Hits, Decade

  • 1960s — 71 — Dick Senko, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — 104 — Ken Preseren, 1974–1976
  • 1980s — 183 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 165 — Steve Murphy, 1993–1996
  • 2000s — 184 — Cody Kidd, 2006–2009
  • 2010s — 242 — Mark Zimmerman, 2013–2016

Most Hits, Season — 82 — Brad Gugliotta, 2014

Most Hits, Game — 7 — Andy Palmer vs. Ohio Northern University, April 9, 1988

Most Consecutive Hits — 10 — Andy Palmer, May 3–6, 1990

Longest Hitting Streak — 24 Games — Steve Murphy, 1996

Runs

Most Runs Scored, Career — 158 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Runs Scored, Decade

  • 1960s — 39 — Les Dingledine, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — 64 — Dale Engelking, 1975–1978
  • 1980s — 136 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 113 — Don Boynar, 1987–1990
  • 2000s — 143 — Cody Kidd, 2006–2009
  • 2010s — 158 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Runs Scored, Season — 66 — Brendan Toughey, 2013

Most Runs Scored, Game — 6 — Dave Rozzo vs. Hiram College, April 29, 1986; and Mike Turchan vs. Lake Erie College, March 24, 2002

Runs Batted In

Most Runs Batted In, Career — 154 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Runs Batted In, Decade

  • 1960s — 45 — Dick Senko, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — 66 — Pat George, 1974–1977
  • 1980s — 130 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 103 — Joel Nichols, 1993–1996
  • 2000s — 144 — Pat Shannon, 2000–2003
  • 2010s — 154 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Runs Batted In, Season — 58 — Riley Kreisher, 2009

Batting Average

Highest Batting Average, Career — .402 — Joey Dallas, 1989–1992

Highest Batting Average, Decade

  • 1960s — .372 — Dick Senko, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — .366 — Dale Herbert, 1970–1973
  • 1980s — .392 — Tom Bilski, 1982–1984
  • 1990s — .402 — Joey Dallas, 1989–1992
  • 2000s — .387 — Cody Kidd, 2006–2009
  • 2010s — .391 — Chris Nealon, 2007–2010

Highest Batting Average, Season — .527 — Dale Herbert, 1971

Singles

Most Singles, Career — 168 — Mark Zimmerman, 2013–2016

Most Singles, Season — 63 — Brad Gugliotta, 2014

Doubles

Most Doubles, Career — 56 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Doubles, Decade

  • 1960s — 7 — Jim Kopp, 1960–1963
  • 1970s — 27 — Dale Engelking, 1975–1978
  • 1980s — 34 — Dave Rozzo, 1985–1988; and Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 36 — Phil Stringer, 1987–1990; and Joel Nichols, 1993–1996
  • 2000s — 47 — Dan Melito, 2003–2006
  • 2010s — 56 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Doubles, Season — 19 — Kyle Chontos, 2014

Most Doubles, Game — 4 — Trent Kaltenbach vs. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, April 27, 2016

Most Consecutive Doubles — 4 — Mike Turchan, April 3–5, 2003

Triples

Most Triples, Career — 18 — Nolan Neuschaefer, 2010–2013

Most Triples, Decade

  • 1960s — 3 — Art VanRensselaer, 1961–1963; Steve Hays, 1963–1964; and John Scovil, 1964
  • 1970s — 8 — Pat George, 1974–1977
  • 1980s — 11 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 6 — Greg Andrego, 1991–1994
  • 2000s — 14 — Cody Kidd, 2006–2009
  • 2010s — 18 — Nolan Neuschaefer, 2010–2013

Most Triples, Season — 6 — Cody Kidd, 2009; and Nolan Neuschaefer, 2011 and 2013

Home Runs

Most Home Runs, Career — 34 — Pat Shannon, 2000–2003

Most Home Runs, Decade

  • 1960s — 7 — Jerry Schrock, 1960–1963
  • 1970s — 10 — Dean Horger, 1973–1976
  • 1980s — 18 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 19 — Joel Nichols, 1993–1996
  • 2000s — 34 — Pat Shannon, 2000–2003
  • 2010s — 13 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015; and Hunter Handel, 2013–2016

Most Home Runs, Season — 16 — Pat Shannon, 2002

Most Home Runs, Game — 3 — Dave Rozzo vs. Muskingum College, April 11, 1987; Erik Young vs. John Carroll University, May 3, 1989; and Dana Gollner vs. Capital University, April 16, 1990

The Cycle

  • Chris Matejcik vs. Mount Union College, May 12, 1994
  • Steve Conter vs. Thomas More College, March 12, 2001
  • Mike Farrell vs. Hiram College, April 14, 2005

Slugging Percentage

Highest Slugging Percentage, Career — .744 — Pat Shannon, 2000–2003

Highest Slugging Percentage, Decade

  • 1960s — .476 — Dick Senko, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — .532 — Dale Herbert, 1970–1973
  • 1980s — .704 — Joe Velky, 1986–1987
  • 1990s — .644 — Joel Nichols, 1993–1996
  • 2000s — .744 — Pat Shannon, 2000–2003
  • 2010s — .536 — Cole Nieto, 2014-2016

Highest Slugging Percentage, Season — .828 — Pat Shannon, 2002

Walks

Most Walks, Career — 95 — Kyle Chontos, 2012–2015

Most Walks, Decade

  • 1960s — 25 — Bernie Simmons, 1966–1969
  • 1970s — 53 — Ed Pizzuto, 1974–1977
  • 1980s — 84 — Erik Young, 1986–1989
  • 1990s — 82 — Don Boynar, 1987–1990
  • 2000s — 71 — Kevin Brown, 2003–2006
  • 2010s — 95 — Kyle Chontos, 2012-2015

Most Walks, Season — 49 — Joe Velky, 1986

Toughest to Strike Out

Lowest Strikeout Average, Career — 12 Strikeouts in 239 At Bats (.050) — Pat Hoag, 1993–1996

Lowest Strikeout Average, Season — 2 Strikouts in 83 At Bats (.024) — Pat Fogarty, 1983

Hit by Pitch

Most Times Hit by a Pitch, Career — 34 — Nolan Neuschaefer, 2010–2013

Most Times Hit by a Pitch, Season — 13 — Cody Kidd, 2007

On-Base Percentage

Highest On-Base Percentage, Career — .557 — Joe Velky, 1986–1987

Highest On-Base Percentage, Decade

  • 1970s — .452 — Dale Herbert, 1970–1973
  • 1980s — .557 — Joe Velky, 1986–1987
  • 1990s — .488 — Phil Stringer, 1987–1990
  • 2000s — .474 — Dan Melito, 2003–2006
  • 2010s — .465 — Chris Nealon, 2007–2010

Highest On-Base Percentage, Season — .612 — Dale Herbert, 1971

Stolen Bases

Most Stolen Bases, Career — 71 — Bill Snyder, 1980–1983

Most Stolen Bases, Decade

  • 1960s — 27 — Jim Bukac, 1964–1967
  • 1970s — 46 — Doug Shook, 1973–1976
  • 1980s — 71 — Bill Snyder, 1980–1983
  • 1990s — 47 — Eric Ridge, 1997-1999
  • 2000s — 62 — Cody Kidd, 2006–2009
  • 2010s — 54 — Brendan Toughey, 2010–2013; and Zach Ferster, 2012–2015

Most Stolen Bases, Season — 29 — Bill Snyder, 1981

Most Stolen Bases, Game — 4 — Bill Snyder vs. Heidelberg College, May 9, 1981; Jim Anderson vs. Mount Union College, May 10, 1991; and Ben Stoper vs. Capital University, April 11, 2009

Most Consecutive Stolen Bases — 43 — Bill Snyder, 1980–1981

Highest Stolen Base Percentage, Career — 96.4% — Brendan Toughey (54 for 56), 2010–2013; and Eric Hyduk (27 for 28), 1991–1994

Highest Stolen Base Percentage, Season — 100% — Bill Snyder (29 for 29), 1981; Brendan Toughey (23 for 23), 2012; Zach Ferster (18 for 18), 2013; and Mark Zimmerman (17 for 17), 2013–2016