Baseball split its doubleheader with Davidson Saturday but dropped Sunday’s game to lose the series.
The Colonials have advanced to the semifinal round of the championship four times and the final once in the last decade but returned empty-handed.
The Colonials bested their conference foe in all three doubles and repeated the feat in singles play Friday.
Three of the team’s five transfers provide a strong offensive presence on the team, combining for nearly 23 percent of the team’s 364 total hits.
Senior utility player Dom D’Alessandro headlined the Colonials’ offensive effort with seven hits, including with two home runs, through three games.
GW gave up 34 hits to Saint Joseph’s across the three-game series and went through at least four pitchers per contest on the weekend.
The Colonials will go head-to-head against No. 36 Lindenwood in the first round of the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional in hopes of securing a spot in the second round.
Junior infielder Nate Fassnacht found himself in baseball’s starting nine as a freshman and is now leading a young lineup as the team’s shortstop.
The Colonials struggled against the Rams on the mound over the weekend, giving up a combined 28 runs across three games.
The Colonials snatched a 55–54 win over the Dukes on the road earlier this season, but Duquesne very nearly took the game after roaring back from a slow start with a 31-point fourth quarter.