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Career Batting Leaders


Games Played
   1.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         244
   2.   David Stone (1999-2002)        225
   3.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)       221
        Kyle Werman (2002-05)          221
   5.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)        219
        Matt Street (2002-05)          219
   7.   Tim Henry (2004-07)            215
   8.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         199
   9.   Jason Cook (1990-93)           198
   10.  Justin Counts (1993-96)        195
   
Batting Average
(minimum 250 at-bats)
   1.   Jeff Booker (1984-85)         .376
   2.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)       .374
   3.   Kent Savedge (1984-87)        .366  
   4.   Ryan Zimmerman (2003-05)      .355
   5.   Kevin O'Sullivan (1990-91)    .351
   6.   Jeff Musser (1979-80)         .348
   7.   Steve Cunha (1988-91)         .345
   8.   Glenn Harris (1980-83)        .343
   9.   Steve Bryant (1968-70)        .341
   10.  Jay Harris (1978-81)          .338
  
At-Bats
   1.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         910
   2.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)       865
   3.   Matt Street (2002-05)          861
   4.   David Stone (1999-2002)        851
   5.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)        826
   6.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         769
   7.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)        751
   8.   Ryan Zimmerman (2003-05)       734
   9.   Jon Benick (1998-01)           700
   10.  Tim Henry (2004-07)            698

Runs
   1.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         199
   2.   Bill Narleski  (1984-87)       193
   3.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         185
   4.   Matt Street (2002-05)          183
   5.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)        175
   6.   David Stone (1999-02)          174
   7.   John Galloway (1994-97)        163
   8.   Jarrett Parker (2008-10)       161
   9.   Greg Miclat (2006-08)          156
   10.  David Adams (2006-08)          150
        Steve Heon (1979-82)           150

Hits
   1.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)        281
   2.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         276
        David Stone (1999-02)          276
   4.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)        263
   5.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)       262
   6.   Matt Street (2002-05)          255
   7.   Ryan Zimmerman (2003-05)       250
   8.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         240
   9.   David Adams (2006-08)          226
   10.  Chris Kughn (1987-90)          225

Runs Batted In

   1.   Sean Doolittle (2005-07)       167
   2.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)       166
        Bill Narleski (1984-87)        166
   4.   Jon Benick (1998-01)           162
   5.   George Priftis (1980-83)       158
   6.   Dan Grovatt (2008-10)          157
   7.   Mike Lindner (1987-90)         154
   8.   Phil Gosselin (2008-10)        145
   9.   David Adams (2006-08)          143
   10.  Chris Kughn (1987-90)          141

Home Runs
   1.   E.J. Anderson (1995-98)         37
   2.   Mark Reynolds (2002-04)         35
        Jon Benick (1998-01)            35
   4.   Mike Lindner (1987-90)          33
   5.   Brian Buchanan (1992-94)        30
   6.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)         28
   7.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)        27
   8.   Jarrett Parker (2008-10)        26
        Joe Koshansky (2001-04)         26
   10.  Bobby Rivell (1987-90)          25     

Total Bases
   1.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)        431
   2.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)       400
   3.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)        394
        Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         380
   5.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         379
   6.   Jon Benick (1998-01)           372
        Jarrett Parker (2008-10)       369
   8.   Phil Gosselin (2008-10)        345
        Brian Buchanan (1992-94)       345
   10.  Brandon Guyer (2005-07)        343

Doubles
   1.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)          62
   2.   Brandon Guyer (2005-07)         53
   3.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)         52
   4.   Phil Gosselin (2008-10)         50
   5.   Ryan Gilleland (1995-98)        49
   6.   Brian Sherlock (1995-98)        48
        Bobby Rivell (1987-90)          48
   8.   Ryan Zimmerman (2003-05)        47
   9.   Justin Counts (1993-96)         46
   10.  Jon Benick (1998-01)            45
        Adam Robinson (1994-97)         45

Triples

   1.   Jarrett Parker (2008-10)        18
   2.   Brian Buchanan (1992-94)        13
   3.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)          12
   4.   John Galloway (1994-97)         11
        Jason Cook (1990-93)            11
        Jay West (1978-80)              11
   7.   Tom Crowley (1991-93)           10
   8.   Dan Grovatt (2008-10)            9
        Hunter Wyant (1998-01)           9
        Steve Bryant (1968-70)           9
        Bob Hardy (1955-57)              9
  
Stolen Bases
   1.   Greg Miclat (2006-08)           83
        David Stone (1999-02)           83        
   3.   Bill Narleski (1984-87)         72
   4.   Adam Robinson (1994-97)         57
   5.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)          56
   6.   Matt Street (2002-05)           55
   7.   Chris Kughn (1987-90)           50
   8.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)          49
   9.   Phil Gosselin (2008-10)         48
   10.  Robbin Marvin (1969-72)         47
        Mike Mitchell (2004-07)         47

Bases On Balls

   1.   David Stone (1999-02)          156        
   2.   Sean Doolittle (2005-07)       125
        Bill Narleski (1984-87)        125
   4.   Justin Counts (1993-96)        114
   5.   George Priftis (1980-83)       112
   6.   Steve Heon (1979-82)           110
   7.   Bobby Rivell (1987-90)         108
   8.   Tyler Cannon (2007-10)         107
   9.   David Adams (2006-08)          102
   10.  Dan Grovatt (2008-10)          100

Hit by Pitch
   1.   Tim LaVigne (1997-00)           51
   2.   Matt Street (2002-05)           38
   3.   Kyle Werman (2002-05)           30
   4.   Tom Hagan (2003-06)             28
   5.   Brandon Guyer (2005-07)         28
   6.   Jeremy Farrell (2005-08)        27
        Beau Seabury (2006-07)          27
   8.   Dan Street (1999-02)            24
   9.   Jarrett Parker (2008-10)        23
   10.  Tyler Cannon (2007-10)          21

 
 

 

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