FARMVILLE, Va. – In the finale of a three-game series at Longwood on Saturday morning, Presbyterian set lots of records.

The Blue Hose got another great start from redshirt junior Jackson Dean(5-4) to defeat Longwood, 10-1, on Saturday morning at Buddy Bolding Stadium. PC set its single-game Division I record for stolen bases with seven.

Nick Guimbarda and Andrew Livingston each stole two to lead the team. The Blue Hose stole 11 stolen bases in the series against Longwood and has stolen 75 bases on the year.

Dean hurled eight innings, allowing one run while striking out a career-high eight batters. Over his past three starts, Dean is 2-1 with a 1.50 earned run average as he has allowed four earned runs and struck out 19 batters.

Presbyterian (26-26, 14-10 conference) was hit by a pitch five times for the second time this season, which matches a D1 single game record.

Jonathan White was hit by a pitch for the 15th time this season, matching the Blue Hose single-season D1 record for HBP in a season.

Longwood fell to 11-38, 5-19 in the Big South.

Livingston led the Blue Hose with three hits, whileJimmy Marcelli and Guimbarda each added a pair of hits for PC in the victory.

Guimbarda had four RBIs for a season-high and his team-high 10th multi-RBI game of the year. Ashby Smith and Marcelli each added a pair of runs driven in for PC.

The Blue Hose return home for the final time during the 2019 season to face Georgia State for senior day on Tuesday. First pitch with the Panthers is set for 3 p.m. asChase Blueberg, Guimbarda, Dean, White, Michael Varga and Colton Springs will be honored prior to first pitch.