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Tech, GSU on NCAA stat list

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Tech, which won 35 games during the fourth year of head coach Wade Simoneaux, had its highest team ranking for home runs per game.

Led by Western Athletic Conference leader Brian Rike with his 20, the ‘Dogs produced for 1.24 round trippers per contest. Wofford was the national leader with its per-game output of 1.71.

Tech was No. 14 in scoring with an average of 7.6 runs each contest, the national leader being the College of Charleston at 9.5.

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