At GW: Will see time at both first base and designated hitter.
2009 Season: Appeared in 42 games, making 36 starts with all of them coming
at designated hitter ... Hit .331 in 133 at bats, which was third on the
team ... Recorded a .399 on-base percentage and hit four home runs on
the season ... Finished with 13 multi-hit games and 44 total hits ... Went
3-5 with a double and run scored against Central Connecticut State
(3/15) ... Went 3-4 with a double, run scored and a stolen base against
2008 Season: Appeared in 41 games, making 39 starts including 33 at designated hitter and the other six at first base...Hit .278 in 133 at bats and finished with a .390 on-base percentage...Finished with eight multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games...Finished second on the team with seven stolen bases...Went 4-5 with three runs, two RBI and a walk at La Salle (5/10)...Was 2-3 with a home run, two RBI and a walk vs. Georgetown (4/2)...Walked 20 times in 133 at bats.
2007: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team ... Selected as A-10 Rookie of the Week (4/23) after a historical weekend at Saint Joseph's (4/20-4/22) ... Eward recorded a hit in eight consecutive at-bats, including six singles in one game, falling just four hits short of the NCAA record for consecutive hits (Larry Patterson, Gonzaga, 1977) ... He reached base safely in 10 straight plate appearances (seven singles, one home run, two walks) ... Was 6-for-6, with a walk, three runs and four RBI on Saturday (4/21) and then had two hits, including a home run, and four RBI on Sunday (4/22) ... Appeared in a total of 42 games, making 40 starts, 24 as designated hitter and 16 at first base ... In first collegiate start, at Virginia (2/17), went 3-for-4 ... Recorded first career home run against St. Bonaventure (4/5) in a 2-for-5 effort with two RBI ... Was 1-for-5 with a homer at James Madison (5/15) ... Finished fourth on the team with a .407 slugging percentage and fifth with a .310 batting average ... Third on GW with a .764 OPS (on-base plus slugging) ... Recorded a nine-game hitting streak, second-best on the team ... Tallied 12 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Scott Rowland ... All-District First Team his junior year ... Named School Sports Magazine Pre-Season Top-DC Infielder before his senior season ... Forced to sit-out his final year due to injury ... Played defensive end and tight end for the football team that captured Virginia state championship.
PERSONAL: Curtis Andrew Eward ... Born in Reston, VA ... Son of Jay and Mary Eward ... Has one younger sister, Callie (18) ... Finance major.
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George Washington baseball head coach Gregg Ritchie has been busy in his various roles with USA Baseball throughout the summer.
20th Annual Baseball Golf Outing Set for October 20
WASHINGTON - The 20th Annual George Washington Baseball Golf Outing will be held on Friday, October 20, at the Country Club at Woodmore.
Baseball Summer League Check In
Collegiate leagues are heading down the home stretch and it is time to check in on various George Washington baseball players that are competing around the...
Raise High 'Cast: Gregg Ritchie and Jennifer Rizzotti
Ritchie and Rizzotti discuss their extensive experience working with US National Teams