Texas defeated Boston College in an NCAA Regional game that lasted 7 hours 3 minutes - longest college game in history. Texas reliever Austin Wood came on in the 7th and pitched a no-hitter until the 18th, then went out in the 20th after allowing 2 hits. He threw 169 pitches. Texas being the visitors also put a lot of extra pressure on him. An epic performance to say the least. Records that were set: Some records from Saturday nights Longhorn victory By Alan Trubow | Sunday, May 31, 2009, 01:38 PM The Longhorns 3-2 victory over Boston College in 25 innings Saturday night had a lot of special moments. Not only did it set the record for the longest baseball game in the history of the NCAA, but it also set a bunch of other records. Heres a list of interesting tidbits from the game, which lasted 7 hours and 3 minutes. Had Texas Austin Wood and Boston Colleges Mike Belfiore, both relievers, started the game, the score would have been 0-0 in the 10th inning. Wood would have had a no-hitter going and Belfiore would have had a three-hitter going. At one point in the game, the teams combined for 28 consecutive outs. It was a combined perfect game by the pitchers. Texas introduced the first-ever (we believe) 21st-inning stretch Both teams used all of their position players There were 683 pitches thrown in the game Texas stranded 24 men on base Belfiore, Hamlet and Lawrence each played three positions Texas had three runs on 20 hits There were 11 walks in the game compared to 42 strikeouts The 10 p.m. ET game at UC Irvine game started and finished before end of the game The 25-inning game was the longest game in NCAA baseball history. The previous longest game was a 23-inning game played between Louisiana-Lafayette and McNeese State on March 27, 1971. ULL won the game 6-5. The game also marked the longest NCAA postseason game in history. The previous longest game was a 19-inning contest between Clemson and Fordham at the NCAA Northeast Regional in New Britain, Conn. on May 26, 1988. Texas and Boston College combined to set NCAA records with 42 strikeouts, 222 total chances, 69 assists, 192 plate appearances and 171 at-bats. Texas 91 at-bats, 103 plate appearances, 115 total chances and 75 putouts set new NCAA records Travis Tucker and Michal Torres set the NCAA single-game record for at-bats with 12 Texas first baseman Preston Clarks 33 putouts against BC set a new NCAA record for most single-game putouts. Texas had to reset the scoreboard twice to post the score by inning It was 96 degrees at first pitch at 6:02 p.m. - The game finished at 78 degrees at 1:05 a.m. Both teams received a standing ovation at the conclusion of the game Wanna kill these ads? We can help!