Fourteen baseball seniors from head coach Gregg Ritchie’s first recruiting class entered GW as teammates and left with life-long friendships.
During the 2016-17 year in GW sports, 10 of the 14 squads with win-loss records finished with more wins than losses.
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 5–1 at Tucker Field for their last regular season game of the year.
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.
Baseball dropped its second game to Georgetown of the year, despite multiple costly mistakes from the Hoyas defense.
Baseball came from behind and limited the Wildcats to zero hits in the final five innings and pick up the 4–3 win.
Despite a mediocre 20-21 record, strong individual performances on both sides of the ball have characterized baseball’s season thus far.
After defeating Rhode Island 15–5 Friday, the Colonials lost both ends of their doubleheader Sunday.
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.
Hot off a series win over Atlantic 10 rival Richmond last weekend, the Colonials overpowered UMBC 3–2 at home Tuesday afternoon.