GW Baseball Summer Ball Roundup

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It has been a busy summer for GW Baseball players as a number of Colonials have been competing in NCAA sanctioned collegiate summer leagues. Here is a quick recap of the top performers.

Note: Statistics were not available for all players who are competing.


Brian Derner - New Bedford Bay Sox - NECBL

Derner had a strong season, earning NECBL Pitcher of the Week honors on two occasions and being named to Perfect Game's Top Performers in the NECBL. He tallied a 1.91 ERA in seven games and 37.2 innings while recording 47 strikeouts against just 12 walks.

Colin Milon - Alexandria Aces - Ripken League

Milon, a relief pitcher during his first two seasons at GW, pitched as a starter for the Aces and responded by being selected to his second consecutive Ripken League All-Star game. The rising junior posted a 3.70 ERA with 57 strikeouts against just 17 walks in 48.2 innings of action. Milon has had a busy summer off the field as well, interning in the office of Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Aaron Weisberg - Holyoke Blue Sox - NECBL

Weisberg led the Blue Sox with 34 strikeouts as he pitched to a 3-1 record in six starts. He threw a total of 28.2 innings and walked just 14.

Tyler McCarthy - North Jersey Eagles - ACBL

McCarthy helped his team to the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL) Championship last week after hitting .333 with four home runs, six doubles and 20 RBIs in 26 games for the Eagles. He also had a key outfield assist in the championship game.

Pat Loughran - Dig In Baseball - Maryland Collegiate Baseball League

Loughran appeared in 11 games for Dig In Baseball and batted .308 with two home runs, five doubles, seven RBIs and a .590 slugging percentage.

Craig LeJeune - Brockton Rox - Future Collegiate Baseball League

LeJeune appeared in 15 games, making two starts for the Rox. He compiled a 1-1 record with a 2.08 ERA while totaling 22 strikeouts and eight walks in 30.1 innings of work.

Kyle Gelling - Nassau Collegians - ACBL

Gelling played in 17 games for the Collegians and hit .236 with two home runs, three doubles, two triples and nine RBIs. He also stole 14 bases and drew eight walks while posting an .816 on-base percentage.

Other players who competed in summer leagues were Xavier Parkmond (West Haven Twilight League), Matthew Seedorff (Sun Belt League) and Sean McCart (Walter Johnson League).

Stay updated on the GW Baseball team by following them on Twitter: @GWBaseball1 


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