Georgia slugger Charlie Condon slugged his 34th home run of the season Thursday night against South Carolina to set the NCAA record for most home runs in a season in the BBCOR era.

Condon launched a solo shot in the second inning to break a tie with Florida’s Jac Caglianone, who had 33 home runs last season. BBCOR (bat-ball coefficient restitution) took effect for the 2011 season, when college baseball switched to composite bats.

Oklahoma State’s Pete Incaviglia holds the all-time single-season record with 48 home runs in 1985.

Condon, a redshirt sophomore third baseman/outfielder, is ESPN insider Kiley McDaniel’s No. 1 draft prospect and projected as the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s MLB draft.