Washington College swept host Ursinus in a Centennial doubleheader. The Shoremen held off a bottom of the ninth inning rally by the Bears in game one to prevail 6-4 to give head coach Cory Beddick his 100th career victory.
The Washington College baseball team completed a perfect 10-0 trip to Florida with a doubleheader sweep of Cairn on Saturday at Lawnwood Complex. The Shoremen walked-off the Highlanders in game one, 5-4, and held off a rally by Cairn in game two to come away with a 6-4 win. The Shoremen are now 13-0 overall and have now set a record for consecutive wins during a single-season.
The Washington College baseball team improved to 8-0 on the season for the first time since 1939 in a 13-2 win over Northwestern (Minn.) on Tuesday evening at the Lakewood Complex as the Shoremen launched four home runs in the win, including three in a four plate appearance span in the top of the fifth inning.
With two one-run wins over Marywood, Washington College set the high-water mark for a start by the Shoremen on Monday. Top ranked Wooster is still looking for their first win after an opening day loss to Swarthmore.
For 31 games, Washington College came away without a win against No. 20 Salisbury, on the 33rd try, the Shoremen came away with a 10-7 win, their first of the Sea Gull Program. In other Top 25 action on Wednesday, Castleton clipped No. 16 Chapman.
Washington College senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus (Plainview, N.Y./Chaminade)tossed his first career no-hitter, the 16th in Centennial Conference history and the first nine-inning no-hitter by a WC pitcher in 48 years in a 7-0 victory in game one of a Centennial Conference doubleheader against host Dickinson on Saturday afternoon at MacPhail Field. The Shoremen completed the sweep of the Red Devils, their first in eight years, with a 13-5 victory in game two as the Shoremen have now won 80 games since 2015, the most in any four-year stretch, breaking the mark of 78 set from 2009-12.
Washington College senior pitcher P.J. Mikulus tossed his first career no-hitter, the 16th in Centennial Conference history and the first nine-inning no-hitter by a WC pitcher in 48 years in a 7-0 victory in game one of a Centennial Conference doubleheader against host Dickinson on Saturday afternoon at MacPhail Field. The Shoremen completed the sweep of the Red Devils, their first in eight years, with a 13-5 victory in game two as the Shoremen have now won 80 games since 2015, the most in any four-year stretch, breaking the mark of 78 set from 2009-12.
Junior Nick Roberti pitched the first no-hitter for the Washington College baseball team in six years in the second game of the Shoremen's double-header sweep of Bethany (W.Va.) College today in Fort Pierce, Fla. After the Shoremen held off the Bison, 5-4, in the opener, Roberti tossed his gem in a 13-0 game-two victory.
Washington College officials announced the hiring of Cory Beddick as the College's new head coach. Beddick comes to Chestertown from Hood , where he served as that institution's first-ever head baseball coach.
Washington College head baseball coach Matt Reynolds has accepted the head coaching position at his collegiate alma mater, Division I UMass. Reynolds served as the Shoremen's head coach for the past three seasons.
Washington College’s Aaron Barclay and Kenyon’s Sam Gillespie gained Hitter and Pitcher of the Week standing on the Division III National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association awards for the period of March 14-20.
Host Washington College broke open a scoreless tie with six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and added four runs each in the last of the seventh and eighth innings on its way to a 14-0 win over visiting New Paltz in a non-conference baseball game on Saturday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park in the season opener for both the Shoremen and the Hawks.
Visiting Washington College jumped out to a 9-0 lead and held off a furious McDaniel rally to post an 11-7 victory at Preston Field in a Centennial Conference baseball game on Thursday afternoon. The Shoremen improve to 12-4 overall and are 4-0 in the Centennial Conference, while the Green Terror fall to 8-8 and 1-3 respectively. The Shoremen are 4-0 in conference action for the first time since 1998 and for the third time in program history as the 1994 team also started conference action at 4-0.
Winners of its last 11 games and owners of a 12-1 record this season, the Washington College baseball team is receiving Top 25 votes for the first time ever. The Shoremen received a total of 12 vote-points in this week's D3Baseball.com/National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) Top 25.
Visiting Washington College won its 12th straight baseball game en route to a 13-3 victory over host St. Mary's (MD) at the Hawk's Nest this afternoon in non-conference baseball action. The Shoremen are now 13-1 on the season and off to their best start since 1937 when the team went 14-1, while the Seahawks drop to 12-7 with the setback. The win was WC's biggest in the series versus St. Mary's since a 16-6 victory in 1987.
The Washington College baseball team continue to make history today, defeating Curry College, 28-1, in seven innings in the Shoremen's final game at the RussMatt Baseball Central Florida Invitational today in Winter Haven. The 28 runs are the most the Shoremen have scored in a single game since a 33-1 win victory over Saint Joseph's (PA) in 1923. Washington improved to 12-1 for the first time since 1938 with its 11th win in a row, matching its longest winning streak since 1937.
he Washington College baseball team scored eight runs in the top of the ninth inning to rally past Hamilton College, 11-10, this afternoon at the RussMatt Baseball Central Florida Invitational in Winter Haven. The Shoremen improved to 11-1 for the first time since 1940 with the victory and have now won 10 consecutive games for the first time since 1996 and for the fifth time in team history.
The race for the 2011 batting championship in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League came down to the final day of the regular season with Elmira’s Ryan Normoyle (Washington, Md) sharing the crown with Cooperstown’s Bryan Aanderud.