Pasteur Named ECAC Player of the Year

Pasteur was named ECAC Player of the Year
Pasteur was named ECAC Player of the Year
May 31, 2018

DANBURY, Conn. – GW third baseman Isaiah Pasteur picked up his second major award following a standout senior season on Thursday when the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) dubbed him Player of the Year.

Pasteur, who earlier this month was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, led GW in 10 offensive categories in 2018. He was joined on the first team by outfielder Mark Osis, while Dominic D’Alessandro earned a second team nod.

A product of Westminster, Md., Pasteur made history throughout the season with his program-record 32-game hit streak and conference-record three consecutive Player of the Week awards. He led the A-10 in runs, triples, total bases and slugging percentage, while ranking in the top three in hits, home runs, stolen bases, RBIs and at bats. Pasteur’s production wasn’t limited to offense, as he also held a 2-1 record with a 3.45 ERA in 12 appearances on the mound.

Osis also had a standout senior season in which he led the team and ranked second in the A-10 with 55 RBIs. He ranked sixth in the A-10 in total bases (111), seventh in doubles (16), 10th in slugging percentage (.496) and 12th in batting average (.317).

As GW’s designated hitter, D’Alessandro made an immediate impact on the Colonials’ lineup as he led the squad with 15 multi-RBI games while ranking second in batting average (.318), slugging (.544), on-base percentage (.394) and home runs (9). The junior from New Jersey finished the year with 18 multi-hit games including a pair of games with four hits.



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