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Complete Baseball Results and Extended Records Now Available

Scott Oberg's 0.99 ERA in 2012 ranks eight in a single season.

Jan. 29, 2013

STORRS, Conn. – The University of Connecticut baseball programs’ all-time results dating back to 1896 and individual career and single season records back to 1948 and the start of the Yankee Conference are now available for viewing on

All-Time Results  |  Career Stats/Records  |  Single Season Records

Career statistics are available for nearly every player to appear in a game for the Huskies over the last 65 seasons.  Some statistics, such as fielding numbers, base on balls, batting average against and sacrifice flies may not be available in all seasons.

Opponent statistics only go back to 1960 and UConn’s 1951, 1955 and 1956 statistics are incomplete, while pitching statistics are unavailable for the 1952 season.

Special thanks to Luanne Dunstan, Tim Tolokan and former head coach Andy Baylock for their help in compiling these records.