If you’ve watched SEC baseball across the past couple of years, you know Vanderbilt’s Enrique Bradfield Jr. The junior OF already broke the Vanderbilt record for most stolen bases across a career earlier this season, but joined SEC royalty Sunday during Vanderbilt’s 4-0 win over Minnesota.

He swiped his 100th career base Sunday, becoming just the 7th SEC player to accomplish the feat all-time. He’s also the first since 2001 to reach the century mark and needs 52 total bases stolen on the season to tie the all-time SEC record, Tennessee’s Mike Basse with 145.

Bradfield is currently 3rd on the season in the SEC in total stolen bases this season with 7. Only Mississippi State’s Colton Ledbetter and South Carolina’s Braylen Wimmer have more in the conference.

Vanderbilt is off to a bit of a rollercoaster start to the year. The Commodores are 8-4 with a series win over No. 17 UCLA and a win over Oklahoma State, but have lost to Central Arkansas and Nebraska in uncharacteristic contests. Vanderbilt has won 2 straight heading into Tuesday’s game against Tennessee Tech.