GW Baseball's Aaron Weisberg Named to All-VBL Second Team
Rising Senior Also Tabbed Team's Pitcher of the Year
July 31, 2013
STAUNTON, Va. - George Washington baseball rising senior Aaron Weisberg was named to the All-Valley Baseball League second team and was also tabbed the Staunton Braves' Pitcher of the Year, the team and league announced on Tuesday.
Weisberg is 6-1 with a 3.19 ERA and two complete games through nine starts for the Braves, and he has 47 strikeouts against 15 walks. He is one of six Braves to earn All-VBL honors.
A native of Glen Rock, N.J., Weisberg led all Colonials starters with a 6-4 record and 3.32 ERA last season while finishing second on the team with 53 strikeouts.
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