Widener Sweeps Shoremen in Season-Opening Double-HeaderVisiting Widener University swept both ends of a season-opening non-conference baseball double-header from host Washington College this afternoon at Athey Park. The Pride, defending champions of the MAC Commonwealth, won the first game, 4-2, and the second, 8-3.
Tomorrow's Baseball Opener Moved Up to 11 a.m.Tomorrow's season-opening baseball double-header between host Washington College and visiting Widener University has been moved up to an 11:00 a.m. start time (previously 12:00 p.m.) due to rain in the forecast.
Baseball Season PreviewEven though the team did not have the ending it wanted, the 2016 season did have many positive moments. The team went 26-12-1, the 26 wins the second most in program history trailing just the 2012 squad that won 28. The Shoremen Nine had their first winning conference record since 2012 as they went 10-8, including a sweep of conference king Haverford, after starting 1-4 in Centennial play.
"50 for 50" - Al Streelman Locker Room CampaignIn honor of Al Streelman’s 50 years of baseball, the WC baseball family would like to name the baseball locker room for Al and purchase much-needed equipment for the team. The goal is $50,000. You can honor Al by contributing to the “50 for 50” Streelman celebration campaign.
Baseball Winter Camp SeriesThe Matt Reynolds Baseball Winter Camp Series will take place on Mondays and Tuesdays in January. The pitching camp series will be held on four consecutive Mondays, beginning January 9th, while the hitting series will be held on four consecutive Tuesdays, beginning January 10th.
Pat Lemmo Named Shoremen Baseball's Pitching CoachWashington College head baseball coach Matt Reynolds has announced the hiring of Pat Lemmo as the team's new pitching coach. Lemmo was an All-American pitcher in his collegiate playing days at Ithaca College and went on to pitch professionally in independent leagues.
Shoremen Slated to Play Fall Game at Division I Navy SundayThe Washington College baseball team is scheduled to head to Annapolis on Sunday to play its fall scrimmage game at Division I Navy at 11:00 a.m. Third-year Washington College head coach Matt Reynolds previously served as an assistant coach at Navy.
Griffin Tabbed as #2 Prospect from New York Collegiate Baseball LeagueWashington College senior pitcher Billy Griffin had an outstanding summer playing for the Olean Oilers of the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) and people have taken notice. In a summer league review penned by Blake Dowson for PerfectGame.org, Griffin was tabbed as the second-ranked prospect among all players from this summer's NYCBL.
Shoremen Baseball Announces 2017 CaptainsWashington College head baseball coach Matt Reynolds has announced that seniors Logan Dubbé, Billy Griffin, and Charlie Meder have been votedas the team's captains for the 2016-17 academic year.
Fall Baseball Camps - Sept. 18 & Oct. 23We are happy to announce that we will once again be operating our Fall Instructional Showcase Camp Series. The dates this year are Sunday, September 18th and Sunday, October 23rd.
Baquer Named All-Region by D3Baseball.comWashington College outfielder Bryan Baquer (Woodbridge, Va./Osbourn Park), who graduated from the school on Saturday, has been named an All-Mid Atlantic Region third-team selection by D3Baseball.com.
Connor Thomas - Shoreman of the WeekSenior baseball player Connor Thomas is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Thomas allowed just four hits and one run in eight and two-thirds innings in his final career pitching appearance Tuesday.
#17 Bobcats Edge Shoremen In Pitchers' Duel, 1-0Visiting #17 Frostburg State scored the game’s only run in the top of the ninth on a sacrifice fly by Teron Tyre that scored Devin Bell with one out to top host Washington College in a non-conference baseball game on Tuesday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. It was the season finale for the Shoremen.
Dickinson Bedevils Washington’s CC Tournament Hopes For the Second Straight YearThe Washington College baseball team had its hopes of reaching the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time in four years dashed on Saturday afternoon against visiting Dickinson in a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader at Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen won the first game 3-1, but could fell 5-4 in game two after racing out to a 3-0 lead.
#25 Blue Jays Slug Past Shoremen, 10-3The 25th-ranked host Johns Hopkins University baseball team clinched the top seed in the upcoming Centennial Conference Tournament with a 10-3 win over visiting Washington College this afternoon. The Blue Jays also completed a home-and-home sweep of the Shoremen with the victory.
#25 Blue Jays Stifle Shoremen, 5-1Visiting #25 Johns Hopkins topped host Washington College, 5-1, in a Centennial Conference baseball game at Athey Baseball Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Bryan Baquer - Shoreman of the WeekSenior baseball player Bryan Baquer is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Baquer hit .478 and slugged 1.000 as the Shoremen went 6-0 last week, including three 10-inning wins.
Baquer Named Centennial Conference Player of the WeekWashington College senior outfielder Bryan Baquer has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for baseball for the week ending April 24th. Baquer hit .478 and slugged 1.000 as the Shoremen went 6-0 last week, including three 10-inning wins.
Shoremen Rally Twice To Complete 4-0 Weekend With A Pair Of Extra Inning Wins Against UrsinusCOLLEGEVILLE, Pa. — Visiting Washington College pushed their win streak to six consecutive games with a pair of 10 inning wins over host Ursinus in a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader played on Thomas Field in Collegeville, Pennsylvania this afternoon. The Shoremen rallied for a 7-6 win in Game One, then had to rally again for a 6-3 win over the Bears in Game Two.
Shoremen Register a Pair of 5-3 Wins Against Fords To Sweep CC TwinbillThe Washington College baseball team swept a Centennial Conference doubleheader from visiting Haverford in a pair of 5-3 victories on Saturday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. In the doubleheader, senior outfielder Bryan Baquer scored his 100th career run and moved into second place all-time on the WC hits list.