GW Baseball Recruits Bartosic, Campbell Named to Washington Post All-Met Teams
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June 7, 2013
WASHINGTON - George Washington baseball incoming freshmen recruits Joey Bartosic and Bobby Campbell were each named to The Washington Post All-Met teams on Friday.
Bartosic, a middle infielder and outfielder from Oakton High School, was named to the First Team after batting .418 with 10 extra base hits in his senior season. An All-Northern Region selection, Bartosic was a Rawlings All-Region Honorable Mention pick before the season and is also a star on Oakton's track and field team.
"Joey is one of the fastest players in the nation," said Head Coach Gregg Ritchie when the recruiting class was announced. "He is the anchor on his 4x100 indoor track team and brings us game-changing speed which is something that we love. He has the ability to play multiple positions in both the infield and outfield."
Campbell, a two-year varsity starter at St. John's College High School, was a First Team All-WCAC selection this season after leading the Cadets to a 20-4 regular season record and a 14-2 mark in the conference.
"Bobby is a solid fielding third baseman," said Coach Ritchie. "He is a competitor and is also involved in the ROTC. He has no problem facing adversity and battling through it. He has a strong arm at third base and we look forward to him being here."
Bartosic and Campbell are two of the 20-member recruiting class that Coach Ritchie and his staff announced on May 14.
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