Bryson Ware has had a historic season for Auburn. With home run No. 24, he’s now the school’s all-time leader for home runs in a single season.

Ware hit the record-breaker in the top of the 6th inning of Thursday’s elimination game in Hoover. The 403-foot blast clocked a 104 mph exit velocity.

Ware tops Hunter Morris, who hit 23 home runs in the 2010 season. Morris happens to now be on staff for Alabama. Auburn’s 20-plus home club includes recent fan-favorite Sonny DiChiara, who hit 22 back in 2022, and the legendary Frank Thomas, who hit 21 dingers in 1987, a record at the time.

As for the game, Ware’s homer cut No. 9 seed Alabama’s lead to 5-2. No. 5 seed Auburn was able to add another run in the top of the 6th. It’s currently a 5-3 game in the bottom of the 6th inning, airing on the SEC Network.