The Huskies' record after winning the Clemson Regional of the NCAA Tournament.
South Carolina's all time record vs. Connecticut. The Gamecocks beat the Huskies 10-4 in Columbia on March 10, 1985.
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Prior appearances in a Super Regional for the Huskies.
The lone tie in the UConn record came March 22 in a 2-2, 16-inning game against Holy Cross. The game was called after three hours and 54 minutes of play because of darkness.
The number of current Huskies selected in the first round of Monday’s MLB draft: centerfielder George Springer (11, Astros) and pitcher Matt Barnes (19, Red Sox). Both are juniors.
Springer at pick 11 is the highest drafted Husky in program history. They join Charles Nagy as the only UConn players to be drafted in the first round.
The number of common opponents for the teams - Clemson, College of Charleston, Rhode Island.
UConn beat Charleston 3-1. The Huskies lost 18-3 to Rhode Island in March but won 4-1 in May.
South Carolina beat Charleston 24-4 and 8-3, beat Rhode Island 17-8 and defeated Clemson in the team's annual series.
Number of seasons at the helm in Storrs, Conn., for head coach Jim Penders. His overall record is 289-182-3. Baseball analyst Peter Gammons says "Penders may be the best under-the-radar coach in America."
Matt Barnes' record in 16 starts. He has three complete game shutouts on the year and an ERA of 1.62 in 116.2 innings. Barnes, the Big East Pitcher of the Year, held opponents to a batting average of .177 and has a team-high 111 strikeouts.
UConn's average runs per game After a regional-opening loss to Coastal Carolina, UConn outscored opponents 46-16.
The Huskies' spot in the final regular-season Baseball America Top 25.
Number of career wins for starting pitcher Greg Nappo, the Clemson Regional MVP. Nappo is 10-2 this season and the fourth all-time Husky to register 10 or more wins in a single season.
Team-leading number of hits this year for George Springer, the Big East player of the year. He also leads the Huskies with 12 home runs, 77 RBI and 60 runs scored. He also has 23 doubles, three triples and 36 walks. Springer holds the all-time UConn record in home runs with 46 and runs scored with 219.
Highest attendance for a home game (April 22 vs. Georgetown). Most UConn home games attracted well under 1,000 fans per contest.