Although there is still more the Lions baseball program is looking to accomplish, the 2010 team made its mark on the record books. The team, the coach, and 7 players made their way into Lion baseball lore. Here is a look back at the 2010 records and milestones.
Single Season Team Records
Wins – 40
SLC Wins - 21 (tied with 2009 team)
Consecutive Wins – 11
National Ranking – 1st time ever (reached as high as #17)
4 straight 30 win seasons
Final RPI Ranking of 51
Hits Batsman – 117
Single Game Team Records
Stolen Bases – 9 vs Jackson State
Sacrifice Hits – 5 vs Eastern Illinois
Hit by Pitch – 7 vs Sam Houston
Walks – 15 vs Jackson State
Coach Jay Artigues:
Became 1st coach in program history to record 4 straight 30 win seasons
Became 1st coach in program history to record 40 wins in a season
Moved into 3rd on the All-Time SLU wins list with 166
Individual Single Season Rankings
RBI’s – Justin Boudreaux (66) ranks 4th
Runs – Justin Boudreaux (66) ranks 3rd
Cody Gougler (64) ranks 5th
Doubles – Jeff Harkensee (27) ranks 1st
Appearances – Josh Janway (27) ranks 2nd
Chris Franklin (26) ranks 3rd
Individual Career Rankings
Hits – Cass Hargis (229) ranks 2nd
Josh Cryer (175) ranks 7th
RBI’s – Cass Hargis (119) ranks 6th
Josh Cryer (108) ranks 9th
Runs – Cass Hargis (175) ranks 2nd
Hit by Pitch – Josh Cryer (63) ranks 1st
Justin Boudreaux (124), Cody Gougler (108), and Joe Sparcino (106) each recorded their 100th career hits during the 2010 season.
Cass Hargis (229) recorded his 200th career hit during the 2010 season.
Hargis (119), Josh Cryer (108), and Boudreaux (100) each recorded their 100th RBI during the 2010 season.
Boudreaux (108) recorded his 100th run scored during the 2010 season.