Only one college baseball player has ever hit triple-digit home runs in his career — Pete “Inky” Incaviglia. In three seasons, the Oklahoma St. slugger averaged almost one home run every two games. In 1985, his junior season, Incaviglia hit 48 dingers and had a slugging percentage of 1.140 — both still NCAA records.

Here are the career leaders:

College baseball’s career home run leaders:












Rank Player College Years Games Home Runs HR/G
1 Pete Incaviglia Oklahoma St. 1983-1985 213 100 0.47
2 Jeff Ledbetter Florida St. 1979-1982 262 97 0.37
3 Todd Greene Ga. Southern 1990-1993 240 88 0.37
4 Eddy Furniss LSU 1995-1998 265 80 0.30
5 Frank Fazzini Florida St. 1983-1985 234 79 0.34
6 Brad Cresse LSU 1997-2000 236 78 0.33
7 George Canale Virginia Tech 1984-1986 180 76 0.42
8 Chad Sutter Tulane 1996-1999 244 75 0.31
9 Matt LaPorta Florida 2004-2007 215 74 0.34
10 Cory Snyder BYU 1982-1984 173 73 0.42

 

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