TCU vs. Dayton Postgame Notes




June 2, 2012

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Game Notes:
• The 40 combined runs by the two teams is the third most total runs in an NCAA postseason game.
• TCU's 23 hits ties for second most in an NCAA postseason game.
• TCU scored a season-high with 28 runs. It's the most runs the Horned Frogs have scored since May 16, 2003 against Louisville when they beat the Cardinals 30-2.
Josh Gonzales hit his first home run of the season. It's the first pinch hit home run of the season and the first since Brett Johnson hit a two-run home run against Oral Roberts on June 3 in the regional.
• The nine runs scored by TCU in the top of the ninth is the most in one inning this season.
Jerrick Suiter and Kyle Von Tungeln stretched their hitting streaks to five games.
• Suiter has recorded a multi-hit game in four of his last five games. The five hits are a career high.
• With Josh Elander's fourth inning home run, the Horned Frogs have now hit a home run in five straight games.
Justin Scharf's appearance extended his school record to 35.
Brance Rivera was hit by the pitch three times in the game.
Kevin Cron has homered in back-to-back games.
Nick Frey made his first appearance on the mound since April 1 against UNLV.
• Rivera hit the Frogs' first grand slam of the season and the first of his career. It's the first since Aaron Schultz hit one on March 27, 2011 against Houston.
• The six RBIs for Rivera are the most by a Horned Frog this season and is a career high.
• TCU's four home runs equals its season high. The Frogs also tagged Air Force with four round-trippers on May 12.
• TCU's 23 hits and 23 RBIs are new season highs, eclipsing the marks also set against Air Force on May 12.
Kyle Von Tungeln recorded his team-best 20th multi-hit game of the season.
• All nine starters each had at least one. Seven of the starters recorded more than one hit.


 

 


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