The Colonials’ season ended in a 2-1 loss to Davidson Friday night in the A-10 Championship, but resiliency was not lost in GW’s last chance in the ninth inning.
GW scored six runs in the final two frames to defeat the Tigers 8-4 in their 24th win of the season.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Ellee Watson. The Colonials endured a 10-inning shutout and walk-off victory, but were unable to grab the series win over Lafayette College. GW got its fair share of hits – 25 – in the series, even out-hitting the Leopards, but they couldn’t push the runs across when […]
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Josh Solomon. The Colonials, fresh off of a rough weekend sweep at Southeastern Louisiana, fell to Delaware State 7-5 at Barcroft Park Thursday. Three runs came in the first for GW (1-4), but that lead would quickly disappear – a trend that would continue all game long. […]
There were plenty of bad omens in the Colonials’ elimination game against Rhode Island. But in the end, GW caught a break, and sealed a 5-4 walkoff win on light-hitting Xavier Parkmond’s bases-loaded infield single.
Zero wins. Nine losses. The inaugural season with head coach Gregg Ritchie and the newly renovated Barctoft Park was underway, but looked to be going nowhere quickly. Maybe it would take a few years to build a program that was capable of finding a winning season.
There were two gone in the top of the ninth when senior closer Craig LeJeune hurled his final pitch towards home plate.
The Colonials could blame their 0-5 start on their stagnant offense or surrendering unearned runs, but they continue to point toward mental toughness.
A lot of GW teams were in action this weekend. Here’s a look at how they fared.