AT GW: Expected to be starting catcher.
2007: Appeared in 48 games, starting 45 of them, 37 as catcher and the other eight as designated hitter ... Finished with a .241 batting average and .984 fielding percentage (second-best on the team) ... Fourth on the team with seven doubles ... Was 3-for-3 with a double at Virginia (2/18) ... Went 2-for-4 with a double, RBI and two runs scored at James Madison (5/15) ... Fifth on the team with a .577 OPS (on-base plus slugging) and seventh with nine multi-hit games.
2006: Named to the Atlantic 10 Conference's All-Championship Team ... Started 53 games, 47 at catcher ... Led the Colonials with a .307 batting average, three triples and 18 multi-hit games ... Hit .375 in 24 A-10 conference games ... Third on the club with a .358 OBP and 25 RBI ... Fourth on the team with a .417 SLG%, a .775 OPS, 30 runs, 61 hits, and 83 total bases ... Went 3-4 with 3 RBI against Rhode Island (4/01/06) ... Recorded first career home run against Dayton in the Atlantic 10 Championship (5/25/06) ... Among position players, his .992 fielding percentage was tops on the team and good for 9th in the conference ... Second on GW and 10th in the A-10 with 345 putouts ... Hit .224 while appearing in 34 games for the Quakertown Blazers (Perkasie, PA) of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.
2005: As a freshman, batted .250 in 22 games with 11 starts as backup catcher ... Went 3-for-9 (.333) with a double and two RBI in conference play ... Batted .375 (6-for-16) with runners in scoring position ... Batted .300 for the Herndon Braves (Herndon, VA) of the Clark Griffith Summer League and helped lead the team to the championship with the league's best fielding percentage, a perfect 1.000 percent on 131 chances.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Pat Cassidy ... Dulles District Player of the Year and Washington Post All-Metro senior year ... Team MVP sophomore, junior and senior year.
PERSONAL: Born June 10, 1986, in Dallas, TX ... Son of John and Cindy Abokhair ... Exercise science major.
Pasteur Named ECAC Player of the Year
DANBURY, Conn. – GW third baseman Isaiah Pasteur picked up his second major award following a standout senior season on Thursday when the Eastern...
Baseball's Run at A-10 Championship Ends in Consolation Finals
ARLINGTON, Va. - After captivating the fans in attendance at Tucker Field at Barcroft Park over the past three days, the George Washington baseball team's...
The Buff and Blue contingent had barely settled into the Tucker Field bleachers before Fordham loaded the bases Thursday against Nathan Woods.
Baseball Shuts Out Fordham to Advance in A-10 Championship
ARLINGTON, Va. - Junior Nathan Woods spun a complete-game shutout while junior Dominic D'Alessandro homered and drove in three runs as the George Washington ...
Baseball Knocks Off VCU in A-10 Championship Elimination Game
ARLINGTON, Va. - Sophomore Jaret Edwards nearly went the distance in a spectacular 131-pitch effort to lead the George Washington baseball team to a 4-1...
Pasteur Named A-10 Player of the Year to Highlight Baseball's Postseason Honors
WASHINGTON - George Washington senior third baseman Isaiah Pasteur has been named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year to highlight a banner season for the...
Next Man Up
The rush of emotion surprised Mark Osis. From his spot in center field, the GW senior watched teammate Steven Barmakian navigate the fence down the right...
Kobos Named A-10 Co-Pitcher of the Week
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - George Washington junior pitcher Will Kobos has earned Atlantic 10 Co-Pitcher of the Week honors after his heroic relief appearance on...