Postgame Notes - Game 6: St. John's vs. Virginia
No. 3 St. John’s 6, No. 1 Virginia 5
June 6, 2010
• The total attendance thus far for the six games of the Charlottesville Regional is 24,279 (4,047 average).
• Attendance for Game 6 was 4,604.
• Virginia leads the all-time series with St. John’s 11-4, but the Red Storm has won the last two meetings, both in NCAA Tournament competition.
• The two teams will play at 6 p.m. Monday for the right to continue on to the Super Regional.
Noting St. John’s (43-19)
• St. John’s, making its 33rd NCAA appearance, is 62-58 all-time in the NCAA Tournament.
• St. John’s continued to build on its single season records set earlier today vs. Ole Miss, adding to its totals in runs (491), hits (739) and RBI (456).
• Senior Jimmy Parque had two more hits vs. UVa to add to his season single record (also set earlier in the day vs. Ole Miss). He has 97 hits on the year.
• Freshman Jeremy Baltz hit two home runs against the Cavaliers and has four for the regional, the most among any player from the four teams. He is hitting .500 (6-for-12) in four games of the regional.
Noting Virginia (49-12)
• The Cavaliers, making their 10th NCAA Regional appearance, are 20-20 all-time in the NCAA Tournament. Under head coach Brian O’Connor, Virginia is 14-14 in seven regional appearances.
• The Cavaliers are 7-7 in NCAA regional play at Davenport Field. UVa posts an all-time record of 232-78 when playing in its home stadium, including a 31-5 mark this season.
• Virginia set the single season record for runs in a season against the Red Storm. The Cavaliers have scored 510 times, passing the old mark of 507 runs, set last year.
• The loss snapped Virginia’s nine-game winning streak at home.
• With one double, Virginia extended its single-season school records in that category with 157 on the year.
• Junior Jarrett Parker hit his 26th career home run vs. St. John’s to move him into a tie for eighth place in the career record books. He is tied with Joe Koshansky (2001-04).