GW Baseball's Luke Staub Wins Northwoods League World Series

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George Washington baseball senior Luke Staub helped his summer team, the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League, to the Summer Collegiate World Series championship.

The Mallards finished the season with an overall record of 41-29 and defeated the Duluth Huskies, 12-3, on Friday in game two of the championship series to clinch the title.  

Staub was the Mallards' ace this season and pitched to a 4-4 record with a 1.80 ERA and 48 strikeouts in 55.0 innings of work.  The Peoria, Ill., native was also a Northwoods League All-Star selection earlier this summer .

The Northwoods League has more teams, draws more fans and plays more games than any other summer collegiate baseball league and is one of the top collegiate leagues in the nation in terms of quality of play.

Staub led the Colonials with 55 strikeouts and 91.2 innings pitched last season while finishing second on the team with four victories.



Luke Staub addresses the crowd at the Madison Mallards trophy ceremony. 

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