Ben Joyce has become one of the headliners of the college baseball season. The right-handed reliever for the University of Tennessee has taken the sport by storm, hitting triple digits on a regular basis on radar guns. He’s been clocked at 103 MPH multiple times throughout the season. At one point in the season, he actually threw so hard he popped his belt on the mound. The speeds have been jaw dropping for spectators, but on Sunday, the reliever recorded an even more ridiculous feat by reaching his highest mark of the season. … In the series finale versus Auburn, Joyce did something that most Major Leaguers can only dream of. The Volunteer pitcher reached a speed just under 106 MPH. It’s the second fastest pitch recorded in baseball history. At 105.5 MPH, the pitch speed trails only Aroldis Chapman’s 105.8 MPH in the 2010 season with the Reds. That would also make it the fastest pitch recorded in college baseball history.