Colin Milon Wins Warren Fulton Award

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Sunday's GW baseball game against Massachusetts was the Second Annual Warren Fulton Memorial Game. The game is played in memory of the GW baseball alum and his girlfriend, Rachael Raver, that who tragically lost their lives in 1988.


During his senior season, Fulton was named team captain. The English major was GW's leading base stealer and was batting .367 at the time of his death.

Every year since Fulton's tragic passing, the GW baseball program has presented the Warren H. Fulton III Memorial Award to the player who best exemplifies the spirit, teamwork and sportsmanship dedicated by the late Warren Fulton

Senior Colin Milon was named the 2014 recipient and was honored prior to Sunday's game. He received a commemorative certificate and will have his name added to the memorial plaque (pictured below) that is displayed in the GW Baseball offices.

Milon is a four-year letterwinner and a key member of GW's bullpen. He has totaled six saves and one victory in 19 appearances this season with 16 strikeouts against just three walks. 

For his career, Milon has appeared in 76 career games, which currently ranks tied for sixth among pitchers in GW baseball history. 

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