Pitching Records

Appearances

Most Appearances, Career — 69 — Brandon Cichocki, 2013–2016

Most Appearances, Season — 26 — Brandon Cichocki, 2014

Most Starting Appearances, Career — 38 — Dale Koler, 2001–2004

Most Starting Appearances, Season — 12 — Alex Albright, 2014; and Mark Zimmerman, 2016

Most Relief Appearances, Career — 69 — Brandon Cichocki, 2013–2016

Most Relief Appearances, Season — 26 — Brandon Cichocki, 2014

Innings Pitched

Most Innings Pitched, Career — 272 ⅓ — Pat George, 1974–1977

Most Innings Pitched, Season — 88 ⅔ — Bernie Bonhotel, 1988

Wins

Most Games Won, Career — 23 — Dale Koler, 2001–2004

Most Games Won, Decade

  • 1960s — 14 — Bob Love, 1965–1968
  • 1970s — 17 — Pat George, 1974–1977
  • 1980s — 19 — Scott Medvin, 1980–1983
  • 1990s — 20 — Max Newill, 1995–1998
  • 2000s — 23 — Dale Koler, 2001–2004
  • 2010s — 20 — Alex Albright, 2013–2016

Most Games Won, Season — 8 — Bernie Bonhotel, 1988; Brian Kosar, 1990; and Josh Scott, 2012

Win-Loss Record

Best Record, Career — 10–3 (.769) — Steve Topp, 1982–1985; and Walt Kendzierski, 1984–1985

Best Record, Decade

  • 1960s — 11–5 (.688) — Skip Young, 1961–1964
  • 1970s — 16–8 (.667) — Harold Myers, 1973–1976
  • 1980s — 10–3 (.769)  — Steve Topp, 1982–1985; and Walt Kendzierski, 1984–1985
  • 1990s — 10–4 (.714) — Bret Butler, 1991–1992
  • 2000s — 15–6 (.714) — Heath Baker, 2000–2003
  • 2010s — 20–7 (.741) — Alex Albright, 2013–2016

Best Record, Season — 1.000 — Brian Kosar (8–0), 1990; Curt Karpinski (6–0), 1972; Brian Rudloff (6–0), 1996; Heath Baker (6–0), 2002; and Mark Pettigrew (5–0), 1975

Complete Games

Most Complete Games, Career — 20 — Max Newill, 1995–1998

Most Complete Games, Season — 8 — Dean Obrock, 1986; and Bernie Bonhotel, 1988

Shutouts

Most Shutouts, Career — 3 — Brian Rudloff, 1995–1998; and Pat Havens, 2010–2013

Most Shutouts, Season — 3 — Brian Rudloff, 1998

Saves

Most Games Saved, Career — 14 — Brandon Cichocki, 2013–2016

Most Games Saved, Season — 8 — Brandon Cichocki, 2014

Hits

Fewest Hits Allowed per Game, Career — 6.05 — Curt Karpinski, 1969–1972

Fewest Hits Allowed per Game, Season — 3.04 — Jim Boynar, 1967

No Hitters

  • Bob Love vs. Otterbein College, May 1, 1965
  • Jeff Burton vs. Heidelberg College, April 3, 1980
  • Aaron Krieger vs. Ohio Northern University, April 9, 2005
  • Josh Scott vs. Ohio Christian University, March 19, 2011

Walks

Fewest Walks Allowed per Game, Career — 1.15 — Darrel Thomascik, 2001–2002

Fewest Walks Allowed per Game, Season — 0.61 — Justin Novak, 2010

Strikeouts

Most Strikeouts, Career — 313 — Pat George, 1974–1977

Most Strikeouts, Decade

  • 1960s — 239 — Bob Love, 1965–1968
  • 1970s — 313 — Pat George, 1974–1977
  • 1980s — 193 — Scott Medvin, 1980–1983
  • 1990s — 242 — Max Newill, 1995–1998
  • 2000s — 258 — Dale Koler, 2001–2004
  • 2010s — 177 — Mark Zimmerman, 2013–2016

Most Strikeouts, Season — 91 — Bernie Bonhotel, 1988; and Mark Zimmerman, 2016

Most Strikeouts, Game — 25 — Bob Love vs. University of Akron (14 innings), May 3, 1966

Most Consecutive Strikeouts — 11 — Jerry Seuss vs. Alliance College, May 26, 1953

Runs

Fewest Runs Allowed per Game, Career — 2.91 — Terry O’Malley, 1973–1976

Fewest Runs Allowed per Game, Season — 1.14 — Jim Boynar, 1967

Earned Run Average

Lowest Earned Run Average, Career — 2.21 — Bob Love, 1965–1968; and Curt Karpinski, 1969–1972

Lowest Earned Run Average, Decade

  • 1960s — 2.21 — Bob Love, 1965–1968
  • 1970s — 2.21 — Curt Karpinski, 1969–1972
  • 1980s — 2.64 — Jeff Doorey, 1982–1984
  • 1990s — 2.71 — Max Newill, 1995–1998
  • 2000s — 3.93 — Dale Koler, 2001–2004
  • 2010s — 2.57 — Evan Lovick, 2015–2016

Lowest Earned Run Average, Season — 0.63 — Curt Karpinski, 1972