In a crucial weekend in terms of its regional standing, the Washington University baseball team split four matches with conference rival University of Chicago this past weekend, winning and losing one match each on Saturday and Sunday. The games left the Bears at 22-14 overall in 2013 with four games left in the regular season.
Despite a late-game rally, the Washington University baseball team could not overcome a 10-run deficit and had its three-game win streak snapped by No. 10 Webster University Wednesday at Kelly Field. In a game postponed by rain on Tuesday, Webster jumped on the Bears’ pitching for all of its runs in the first five innings. Wash. U.
Kelly Field continued its run as a house of horrors for visiting teams as the Washington University baseball team ran its home winning streak to five and earned its 20th win of the season on Saturday.
A 1-1 weekend at home against No. 15 Webster University fluctuated between the strongly positive and the strongly negative for the Washington University baseball team. Bad news first—the Bears’ ace pitcher Stephen Bonser, a senior, who entered Saturday morning with a 2.
Like his teammates on Washington University’s baseball team, freshman Max Golembo feels at home in the batter’s box, and with good reason—his .398 on-base percentage ranks third on the team, and he leads Wash. U. with 19 runs scored.
A week after sweeping its slate of three games, two of which came against then-No. 24 Illinois Wesleyan University, the Washington University baseball team faced a less daunting schedule Friday and Saturday. But against Grinnell College, which entered with a 3-7 record, Wash. U.
The Washington University baseball team bounced back from the pair of losses that closed its conference tournament to sweep three home games on Friday and Saturday. The Bears rallied for a 5-4 win in 10 innings against No. 24 Illinois Wesleyan University on Friday before eking out a 1-0 victory Saturday against St.
During opening weekend, Washington University’s baseball team received a strong pitching performance from senior Stephen Bonser but struggled to keep its opponents off the scoreboard when others were on the mound. In the Bears’ second set of games, though, Bonser turned in another impressive outing, and this time, he got a little help from his friends. Wash. U.
In cities all across Florida and Arizona last weekend, the sounds of baseball were as pervasive as the sun: bats were cracking long flies into the bleachers, balls were whizzing from pitcher to catcher and gloves were popping with every catch as they woke from their winter-long hibernation. Also in the sunshine and away from the St.
Dear Cardinals fans, We’re very alike, you and I. Just as your hearts bleed for the Cardinals, my veins throb and pulse to the Bronx Bomber beat.