Tommy White knocked in a second RBI on Wednesday afternoon against South Carolina with a single to right-center field.

That gave the LSU slugger 91 RBIs for the season as he became the first SEC player with 90 RBIs since South Carolina’s Yaron Peters had 95 in 2002. It’s just the 16th time an SEC player reached 90 RBIs.

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The SEC record is 118 (Brandon Larson, LSU, 1997). But among those with 90 are Todd Helton (92, Tennessee, 1995), Will Clark (93, MSU, 1984), Rafael Palmeiro (94, MSU, 1984), Tim Hudson (95, Auburn, 1997).

White, who is a semifinalist for the Golden Spikes Award, came into the SEC Tournament with the 6th-highest single-season RBI total in LSU history. He was No. 2 in the nation in RBI per game (1.75), No. 2 in total RBI and No. 11 in slugging percentage (.793).

Entering Hoover, White was hitting .389 on the year, and he led LSU in doubles (22) and home runs (20). He is No. 1 in the SEC in RBI, No. 2 in doubles, No. 3 in total bases (161), No. 4 in batting average, No. 4 in slugging percentage, No. 5 in hits (79) and No. 7 in home runs.