In smashing Harvard Friday night, UCLA enjoyed not just a historic offensive performance but also a career moment for head coach John Savage.

The Bruins (11-6) posted 10 runs in the bottom of the first to take a big lead, scored another two runs in the second, and then broke the game open with an eight-spot in the third that made it 20-0. They went on to beat Harvard 25-2, a victory that earned Savage his 600th career win as UCLA coach.

Savage becomes the third coach in program history to reach 600 victories at UCLA. He sits just 22 away from reaching 700 career wins.

He’ll get there a little quicker with more offensive performances like the one the Bruins put forth Friday night. The team’s 25 runs were the most ever in a game at Jackie Robinson Stadium (UCLA’s home venue since 1981) and the most overall since scoring 28 in a game at Arizona on Mar. 22, 1986. UCLA’s 10-run first inning was its first double-digit-run frame since it put up a program-record 14 in an inning against Pacific on Mar. 25, 2007.

UCLA and Harvard continue the series Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. PT and wrap it up Sunday at 1 p.m. PT.