Colonials Fall 17-4 In Charlottesville
George Washington will return to action tomorrow afternoon at home
March 4, 2009
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - The George Washington University baseball team faced off against ACC foe Virginia on Wednesday afternoon, but early pitching problems led to a 17-4 loss against the Cavaliers. Redshirt junior Sean Rockey went 2-3 with a walk to lead the Colonials.
Junior Tom Zebroski also reached base three times to continue his hot streak from last weekend and senior Tim Reeves had a two-RBI single and a walk in defeat. Sophomore Tommy Gately (0-1) took the loss after making his first start of the season and gave up five earned runs in three innings pitched. Gately was later relieved by Jimmy Duggan, Michael Boyden and Chris Davis.
The Colonials will get back to action on Thursday, March 5 as they return home to Barcroft Park as they take on the Maryland-Eastern Shore Wildcats. First pitch is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and junior Bobby Lucas is the probable starter for the Colonials.
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