AT GW: Expected to be one of the top arms in the weekend rotation.
2008 Season: Finished 6-5 with a 5.28 ERA with a team-leading 82 strikeouts in 92.0 innings pitched... Appeared in 17 games, making 11 starts...Led the team with three complete games and also notched a save vs. Lehigh (5/15)... Finished second in A-10 conference strikeouts with 61 and led the conference in strikeouts looking with 26...Threw a complete game vs. Massachusetts (4/6) with eight strikeouts and allowed five hits and four earned runs... Threw another complete game vs. Temple (5/2) and finished with six strikeouts and allowed two earned runs... Went over six innings in nine of his 11 starts... Was selected in the 42nd round by the Minnesota Twins in the 2008 MLB First-Year Player Draft, but opted to return for his senior season.
2007: Finished 5-7 with a 5.31 ERA with 51 strikeouts in 78.0 innings pitched ... Was tied for second on the team with two saves ... Appeared in six games in the field, starting one game DH and two at first base ... Earned first save of his career, pitching two innings as he allowed just two hits and struck out two against George Mason (3/14) ... Notched first win of the season in relief work against Marist (3/18) ... Recorded second save with 1 1/3 innings of work at Delaware State University (3/20) ... Tallied third win of the season at Massachusetts (4/13) as he struck out seven batters in seven innings in his first start in nearly two months ... In his final start of the year, threw a complete-game seven-hitter for his fifth win of the season, recording four strike outs.
2006: Contributed on both sides of the ball, starting five games as a pitcher and two each at first base and designated hitter ... Went 3-3 with a 4.45 ERA as a starter and registered 51 strikeouts in 62.2 innings pitched ... Finished the year at the plate with four hits and five RBI in just 17 at-bats ... Played for the Middletown Monarchs of the Atlantic Baseball Confederation Collegiate League (ABCCL).
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Bill Scarnaty ... Compiled a 25-4 career pitching record ... Went 11-0 senior year, batted .450 and was named team most valuable player, all-state, All-Bergen County First Team and all-league ... Went 8-1 and batted .490 as a junior, named All-Bergen County Second Team ... Went 7-3 and batted .420 sophomore year, named all-league as a pitcher and All-Bergen County Honorable Mention ... Started on varsity and hit .390 as a freshman ... played three seasons as a wide receiver on football team ... Played summer ball for the New Jersey Twins.
PERSONAL: Patrick Raymond Lehman ... Son of Joseph and Joan Lehman ... Has one older brother, Dan (24) ... Majoring in Criminal Justice and Psychology.
Baseball Splits Saturday Doubleheader with Richmond
ARLINGTON, Va. - After Sunday's inclement weather forecast forced a schedule change to the weekend series, the George Washington baseball team split Saturday...
Baseball Topped in Series Opener by Richmod
ARLINGTON, Va - The George Washington baseball team fell in the series opener against Richmond, 6-4, on Friday afternoon at Tucker Field at Barcroft Park.
Baseball Resumes A-10 Play by Hosting Richmond
LEADING OFF: The George Washington baseball team returns to Atlantic 10 conference play this weekend when it welcomes Richmond to Tucker Field at Barcroft...
Baseball Falls at UMBC, 7-5
BALTIMORE - The George Washington baseball team fell for just the second time in the last 14 games in a 7-5 loss at UMBC on Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field.
Pasteur Claims Third Straight A-10 Player of the Week
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - George Washington baseball senior third basemen Isaiah Pasteur has been named the Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week while sophomore...
Baseball Completes Sweep of NCCU
ARLINGTON, Va. -- The GW baseball team closed its final non-conference weekend series of the regular season in dominant fashion, taking a 19-7 win over...
Baseball Sweeps Doubleheader from NCCU
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Behind a powerful offensive effort in game one and a splendid outing from junior right-handed pitcher Elliott Raimo in game two, the GW...
Baseball Hosts NC Central at The Tuck This Weekend
LEADING OFF: The George Washington baseball team returns home to Tucker Field at Barcroft Park to host North Carolina Central for a three-game series this...