Jac Caglianone is a man on a mashing mission right now! In Florida’s midweek win over Jacksonville, the man dubbed “Jactani” added to his growing program record with a home run of glorious proportions.

During a 12-1 win over Jacksonville, Caglianone homered for a 7th straight game, improving his own program record after eclipsing Matt LaPorta’s previous record of homering in 5 straight games. This one, however, was extra special, projected at a distance of 516 feet with the broadcast indicating the ball traveled over the scoreboard in right field.

Caglianone is already up to 21 home runs this season and is chasing LaPorta’s career program record of 74 home runs. Caglianone’s massive blast Tuesday night was the 61st of his career, so he’s certainly within reach of the top spot for the Gators.

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More history within reach?

The current NCAA record for consecutive games with a home run belongs to Tyler Bosetti, a Nevada infielder who set the record during the 2021 season. Bosetti blasted past the previous record of 8 straight games with a home run that was held by Georgia Tech’s Andy Bruce (1991) and Duke’s Ryan Jackson (1994).

That means homering in just one more game would make Caglianone 1 of just 4 players all-time to home in at least 8 straight games. His shot at the record will come this weekend when the Gators travel to Nashville Thursday night for a 3-game set vs. Vanderbilt.