GW’s postseason was stopped short Thursday night with an 8–4 loss to No. 2 seed Rhode Island.
Fourteen baseball seniors from head coach Gregg Ritchie’s first recruiting class entered GW as teammates and left with life-long friendships.
The exodus continues as Smith becomes the fifth player to leave the program after last season.
In the first ceremony of Commencement week, graduating seniors from the baseball team received their degrees and were recognized for their work on and off the field.
Ed and Frank Delavergne transfered to GW last fall so that they could run together as middle-distance runners on the Colonials track and field team.
Baseball came from behind and limited the Wildcats to zero hits in the final five innings and pick up the 4–3 win.
Six-foot-three-inch guard Terry Nolan Jr. committed to GW for men’s basketball Monday afternoon.
In their final midweek home matchup of the season, the Colonials racked up a season-high 20 runs against the Coppin State Eagles Tuesday afternoon.
Softball standouts Megan Linn and Sarah Costlow look to lead their team to a second straight playoff appearance behind record-breaking season.
Hot off a series win over Atlantic 10 rival Richmond last weekend, the Colonials overpowered UMBC 3–2 at home Tuesday afternoon.