It is the dawning of a new era of Shoremen Baseball under the guidance of first year head coach Cory Beddick. Beddick arrives in Chestertown after leading fellow Maryland college, Hood, for the first three seasons of its existence, winning 50 games and earning the 2016 MAC Commonwealth Conference Coach of the Year.
Washington College senior Matt Tancredi and sophomore Ryan Zwier were named to the 2018 NCAA Division III Players to Watch List by the Collegiate Baseball News. Tancredi was selected as an outfielder while Zwier was picked as a designated hitter. The selections were done by Division III baseball coaches.
The Washington College baseball program is holding a fundraiser this Sunday, December 10th, from 4-8 p.m. at the Chipotle in Middletown, Del. Fifty percent of all proceeds during this time will be donated back to the program.
Washington College head baseball coach Cory Beddick has announced the hiring of Bennett Schiltz as the team's pitching coach. Schiltz was an All-American pitcher at Frostburg State University and a former assistant coach at that school.
The Washington College baseball team has just set up an Under Armour Team Store. Support Washington College baseball by purchasing some great gear from the team's online store, open now until August 30th.
Washington College Director of Athletics Thad Moore has announced the hiring of Cory Beddick as the College’s new head baseball coach. Beddick, a graduate of fellow Centennial Conference school Gettysburg College, comes to Chestertown from Hood College, where he served as that institution’s first-ever head baseball coach and was named the 2016 MAC Commonwealth Coach of the Year.
Washington College baseball student-athlete Wes Robertson will forego his final season of collegiate eligibility after signing a professional contract with the Texas Rangers organization Tuesday. Robertson will be assigned to the Rangers' Arizona League (AZL) Rookie League-level affiliate.
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.
Four student-athletes from the Washington College baseball team have qualified for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports. In order to qualify for the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average.
Host Washington College and visiting Ursinus split a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen took game one, 7-6, before the Bears responded to grab game two by a 13-5 score. It was the Shoremen’s final two games of the year.
Host #7 Johns Hopkins took control of the contest with a seven-run bottom of the third inning to grab an 8-0 lead on its way to a 15-7 win over visiting Washington College on Friday afternoon in a Centennial Conference baseball game at Babb Field at Stromberg Stadium.
The seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins University baseball team won its 12th consecutive game this afternoon, defeating host Washington College, 6-1, in Centennial Conference action. Nick Bodner allowed just one hit and no runs in six innings on the mound for the Blue Jays in the win.
Host Washington College and visiting Muhlenberg combined to score just seven runs as the two teams split a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. In game one, the Mules scored twice in the top of the ninth inning to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 win and the Shoremen captured game two by a 3-1 margin.
Today's home softball double-header against Haverford has been postponed until tomorrow at noon. Today's home baseball double-header against Muhlenberg has been postponed until tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. The Al Streelman locker room dedication ceremony will still take place today at 12:30, but inside the Alumni House instead of at Athey Park. Today's tennis matches at Gettysburg have been postponed until tomorrow at noon.
WESTMINSTER, Md. — Host McDaniel scored five times in the bottom of the first inning and pounded out 21 hits for the game en route to a 13-6 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference baseball game played today at Preston Field in Westminster, Maryland. The Green Terror earn a split of the season series with the win after falling to the Shoremen 3-1 in Chestertown on Tuesday afternoon.
Five Washington College varsity student-athletes and one varsity team were honored with awards at the College's Leadership Awards Ceremony, presented by the Office of Student Engagement, Tuesday night.
Junior P.J. Mikulus struck out a career-best eight hitters over 6 2/3 innings and fellow junior Wes Robertson tied his career-high in hits with four, tallied the go ahead base hit and recorded the final out on the mound to pick up the save as host Washington College downed visiting McDaniel, 3-1, on Tuesday afternoon in a Centennial Conference baseball game at Athey Baseball Park.
Host Washington College and visiting Dickinson split a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Athey Baseball Park. The Shoremen bounced back from an 18-1 setback in game one to top the Red Devils 6-4 in the second game to come away with a split.