- Joe Gregula pitched the only recorded perfect game in the history of California University of Pa. baseball history, May 12, 1970, against Gannon. He retired 18 straight batters through six innings, six strikeouts, five flyballs, and six groundball outs. He caught a short pop in front of the mound for the first out of the seventh inning, assisted on the second out and struck out the final batter. Gregula also had two singles and a walk for the Vulcans, who won 7-0.
- Ironically, Gregula was Hughes’ manager in the 1998 Pony League World Series.