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2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Regional – Game 4
Virginia (39-18-1) vs. Appalachian State (41-16)
Davenport Field | Charlottesville, Va. | June 3, 2012 | 3 p.m.

Appalachian State Post-Game Notes

• Appalachian State is making its fourth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament and first since 1986. The Mountaineers are 4-6 all-time in NCAA Tournament action.
• ASU won multiple games in an NCAA Regional for the second time in program history and for the first time since going 2-2 in the 1973 NCAA Tournament.
• ASU had 11 hits on Sunday, giving them at least eight hits in the past eight games. However, the Mountaineers are only 4-4 in those games.
• ASU has reached double figures in hits in four of its last five games.
• The win sets a new program record for wins, passing the 1986 edition of the Mountaineers’ 40 wins.
• The four errors are the most by ASU since also having four at Georgia Southern on April 14
• ASU is 6-2 against BCS conference teams this year (four of which were vs. ranked teams)
• The 7-8-9 hitters for Appalachian State are a combined 13-for-21 with four RBI in this NCAA Tournament, while the remainder of the team is 8-for-44 with 10 strikeouts and five RBI.
• Jeremy Dowdy was the only ASU batter to not record a hit vs. UVa, going 0-for-4. Trey Holmes had three hits, while Preston Troutman had two hits – all other hitters had one base knock.
• After opening the game going 7-of-10 through the first 2.0 innings, while driving in five runs – ASU hitters went 4-of-22 with zero runs scored over the final six at bats.• The win over No. 15 Virginia was Appalachian’s fourth of the season over a nationally ranked team. Prior to this season, ASU had only one win over nationally ranked opponents since 1982.
• Seth Grant pitched six innings to set a new single-season school record with 100.2 innings pitched. He broke the record of 99.1 IP set less than 24 hours earlier by Ryan Arrowood during the Apps’ 5-4 win over Oklahoma.
• Nathan Hyatt extended his school record with his 16th save of the season.
• Appalachian moved to 11-2 in one-run games this season. The Mountaineers have won eight-straight games decided by just one run.

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