TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Stanford's Carlos Quentin was hit by five pitches to set an NCAA Division-I record in the Cardinal's 15-11 victory over Florida State on Saturday.
Quentin, a sophomore outfielder, was hit by pitches in the second, fifth, sixth, eighth and ninth innings. He went 0-for-1 with two runs scored as Stanford scored five times in the top of the eighth to rally for the victory.
"I have kind of mixed feelings," said Quentin, who was hit by a team-high 14 pitches last season. "It's kind of fun to have a record, but it's not too fun to get hit five times."
The previous single-game record was four, done seven times -- most recently by Princeton's Casey Hildreth on April 24, 2000, against Pennsylvania.