Postgame Notes: Game 4 Virginia-Ole Miss
• Virginia improves to 2-0 in the Charlottesville Regional and will play at 6 p.m. on Sunday. The Cavaliers will face the winner of the 1 p.m. Sunday elimination game (St. John’s vs. Ole Miss).
• The Virginia-Ole Miss all-time series is now 4-2 in favor of UVa, including three-consecutive wins by the Cavaliers.
• Game Four’s attendance was 4,801 – the Cavaliers’ seventh sellout of the 2010 season.
Noting Virginia (49-11)
• With Saturday’s victory, the Cavaliers tied the school record for wins in a season (49). Last year’s squad won 49 games en route to the program’s first-ever College World Series appearance.
• The Cavaliers, making their 10th NCAA Regional appearance, are 20-19 all-time in the NCAA tournament. Under head coach Brian O’Connor, Virginia is 14-13 in seven regional appearances.
• The Cavaliers are 7-6 in NCAA regional play at Davenport Field. UVa boasts an all-time record of 232-77 within the friendly confines of its home stadium, including a 31-4 mark this season.
• Virginia has won nine-consecutive home contests.
• With 13 runs Saturday, Virginia is now two runs shy of tying the school record (507).
• With five doubles and one triple, Virginia extended its single-season school records: 156 doubles and 32 triples.
• All nine Virginia starters recorded at least one hit, marking the eighth such occasion this season and second consecutive.
• With two hits tonight, Phil Gosselin has tied the second-highest single-season total for hits (92). The school record for hits in a season is 94, set by Jarrett Parker in 2009. At 92 hits in 2010, Gosselin tied Ryan Zimmerman’s 2005 total.
• It was also Gosselin’s team-high 33rd multiple-hit game.
• John Barr led the Cavaliers with four RBI, a season-high for the junior.
• Franco Valdes drove in two runs vs. Ole Miss, bringing his career RBI total in the NCAA Tournament (14 games) to 13, which is the most of any current Cavalier in the postseason.
• LHP Danny Hultzen won his team-high 10th game (10-1) and Branden Kline recorded his third save of the year.
Noting Ole Miss (39-23)
• The Rebels, making their 16th NCAA appearance, including eighth consecutive, are 43-34 all-time record in the NCAA Tournament with Saturday’s loss.
• Zach Miller drove in two runs for the Rebels, his 13th multiple RBI game of the year, which ranks third on the team.
• Taylor Hashman hit his 10th home run of the year – becoming the third Rebel to reach double digits for home runs this season. Hashman led his team with three RBI.