Sports by the numbers


Hitting percentage of David Butterfield, the 11th Bison baseball player to hit over .400 for a season and the first since Jason Nappi hit .413 in 2010.


Career scoring average of two-time honorable mention All-GAC basketball player Romio Harvey in 42 games as a Bison, good for third all-time.


Career point totals for senior women’s basketball player Carissa Caples, who ranks 12th at Harding in career scoring, with teammate senior Kellie Lampo ranking 14th with 1,234.


2021 GAC Pitcher of the Year and Berryhill Award winner Ryder Yakel’s ERA, the best in Harding baseball program history.


The fifth-best singles winning percentage by Berryhill Award winner and 2021 GAC Player of the Year Rylie Cox Evans in women’s tennis history.


Harding’s first recorded hole-in-one in tournament play by junior Jacob Hefley on the sixth hole at Greystone Country Club, a 205-yard, par 3.


Placing of the Lady Bisons women’s golf team in the regional tournament, their first NCAA postseason play since 2013.


Number of double-overtime games by men’s soccer in its six-game abbreviated spring schedule, winning one, losing one and tieing one.


Team-best goals-against average by women’s soccer senior goalkeeper Jenni Nadeau. She also placed second in the javelin at the GAC Track and Field Championship and played three seasons on the Lady Bison basketball team.


ERA of sophomore Lily Tanski, GAC Softball Pitcher of the Year, and only the third Harding pitcher with a single-season ERA lower than 2.00. She also set a school record with 0.87 walks per seven innings pitched.


Career wins by senior Morgan Salvan, the 15th Harding men’s tennis player with 60 or more career singles wins and the first to eclipse the mark since Leoncio Dominguez in 1996.


Number of times the Lady Bisons tennis team has finished ranked in the NCAA’s top 40, ending this season ranked No. 26.


400-meter hurdles time for freshman Nikolasz Csokas in earning First Team All-America honors at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championship.

153’, 1”

Length of the school-record javelin throw by freshman Anna Kay Clark in placing fifth and earning First Team All-America at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championship.

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