Peter Misiaszek, 1995. The all-time home run leader at USM, Peter Misiaszek enjoyed one of the finest single season in the history of the baseball program during the 1993 All-American campaign. A member of the 1991 national championship squad, Misaiszek set a single season record for home runs (17) in 1993, and finished his four-year career with a school record 32 home runs. Misiaszek shares the three single-game records- most home runs (3 versus Hartwick on March 25, 1993), most times hit by pitch (3 versus Bridgewater State on May 8, 1993) and most total bases (12 versus Hartwick on March 25, 1993). In 1993, Misiaszek batted a career-high .419 with 11 doubles, one triple, 17 homers and a then school record 68 RBI. He collected 124 total bases, had a slugging percentage of .824 (third highest all-time) and a .525 on-base percentage. He was named to the All-New England team and was selected as the ECAC New England Division III Player of the Year. He finished his four-year career batting .346 with 31 doubles, three triples, 32 home runs and 140 RBI. Besides his career home run mark, he ranks fourth in slugging percentage (.661), 12th in total bases (279) and 18th in runs scored (134) and 19th in doubles.