Tennessee has largely leaned on the home run this season as it’s comfortably sat at the No. 1 ranking in the Baseball America poll for 6 weeks.

The Vols have mashed so much, they reached a new program record thanks to a rocket shot off the bat of Logan Steenstra, who hit a solo home run on Tuesday night against Alabama A&M for Tennessee’s 108th of the season, the record. That made the score 14-1 in the game as the Vols quickly set the record with yet another huge game at the plate.

Tennessee launched 6 home runs on Friday to reach the century mark for the season. After they hit 3 more home runs on Saturday and Sunday, the Vols entered Tuesday’s contest already with an NCAA-leading 103 long balls this season, 8 more than second-place Old Dominion (95) and 17 more than third-place Texas (86). The Vols needed, and thanks to Steenstra’s blast, got 5 more home runs to break the current single-season program record of 107 set back in 1998.

The Vols came into Tuesday’s game with an eye-popping 5 players who had double digit home runs already this season.