GW Baseball Mourns Passing of Matt Wondlowski `99
Former Colonials Served as Scout for Pittsburgh Pirates
Dec. 18, 2013
The George Washington baseball team along with the Department of Athletics and Recreation is mourning the passing of former player Matt Wondlowksi, who passed away on December 12 at the age of 36 after a brief illness.
Wondlowksi played for the GW Baseball team as a freshman in 1996 before graduating from the School of Public Health and Health Services in 1999.
He went on to become an area supervisor for the Pittsburgh Pirates before being promoted to a regional scout for the organization, covering Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.
In 2011, Wondlowski appeared at an event at Alumni House and spoke with GW students about how he got into scouting at the Major League level.
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