The George Washington University: Baseball

Bryan Hwang
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Bryan Hwang

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Cliffside, NJ

High School:
Northern Valley Regional at Old Tappan HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 170

Position:
INF

Bats/Throws:
R/R



AT GW: Utility infielder who will provide depth at shortstop, second base and third base.

2008: Appeared in 33 games, making 20 starts, 10 at second base, five at third base and four at shortstop ... Hit .240 for the season and recorded 18 hits on the year...Tallied three hits in the 19-16 over Oakland University (3/8).

2007: Appeared in 33 games, making six starts, all at second base ... Tied for team lead with 27 games entered as a sub.

2006: Appeared in 38 games as a freshman, making 29 starts, all at second base ... Made collegiate debut in a pinch-hit appearance at North Carolina (2/24) ... Registered first career start at George Mason (3/8) and collected his first hit ... Against Rhode Island (4/1), went 3-5 with 2 runs scored ... Finished the season with a .943 fielding percentage and was third on the team with 85 assists ... Led the A-10 with 12 sac bunts ... Hit .222 in 13 games for the Paramus Pitbulls (Paramus, NJ) of the North Jersey Amateur Baseball League (NJABL).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Tim Byron ... Led Northern Valley-Old Tappan to three straight Bergen County Championship appearances (only appearances in school history), winning the title his junior year (2004) ... Was selected as team captain and earned All-Conference honors his senior year ... Became first freshman to play varsity baseball ... Played point guard on basketball team and played running back and defensive back on football team ... Played summer league ball for coach John Wilson on the New Jersey Twins (Blairstown, NJ) ... Helped to lead the NJ Twins to the semifinals of the Perfect Game Tournament.

PERSONAL: Bryan S. Hwang ... Born in New York, NY ... Son of Sunyung and Kathy Hwang ... Has one brother, Timothy (22) ... Majoring in Sport & Event Management.

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