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Pete Incaviglia Holds Unbreakable NCAA Records

Published by on August 13, 2012

In 1999, Pete Incaviglia was voted as the NCAA Player of the Century by Baseball America, beating out Bob Horner and Robin Ventura. Now that is a distinction to be proud of.

Can you imagine being the best in the world at what you’ve done? 

In his best season at Oklahoma State, “Inky” batted .464 with 48 home runs and 143 RBI. To put that into context, he did that in only 75 games. And remember that he was playing at a baseball powerhouse and competing against the best in the nation. 

Playing in Oklahoma from 1983-1985, he smashed 100 home runs—still an NCAA record to this day. His 143 RBI is also a single-season record. 

His numbers are so staggering that his .915 career slugging percentage isn’t even the most amazing statistic. 

His 1985 numbers, including the 48 home runs are records that will never be broken. With the change in college baseball bats—the BBCOR to be more specific—the amount of home runs hit will not likely reach...

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