Friday's Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader featuring the Wilmington University baseball team and crosstown rivals Goldey-Beacom has been postponed due to the storm moving through Delaware.
The Wilmington University baseball team climbed their way back to the No. 21 spot this week in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) Division II National Poll after receiving 86 points.
A pair of late game comebacks allowed Goldey-Beacom to sweep the No. 21 Wilmington University baseball team, 12-10 and 4-3, in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference action on Wednesday afternoon at Doyle Field.
Tuesday’s baseball game featuring the Wilmington University baseball team and Kutztown University scheduled for 3:00 p.m. at Wilson Field has been postponed.
Baseball’s Game One Comeback Falls Short, 13-11, but Breakout to 11-4 Win in Second Game against Bloomfield
In their final doubleheader of March, the Wilmington University baseball team split its Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup with Bloomfield, falling in the first game, 13-11 in 10 innings, but taking the second game, 11-4 in a shortened five inning contest at Wilson Field on Saturday afternoon.
Big innings helped lead the No. 22 ranked Wilmington University baseball team to a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference sweep at Chestnut Hill, 7-3, and 22-10, on Friday afternoon at Latshaw-McCarthy Field.
After coming up short in two of their first three games of the week last week, the Wilmington University baseball team won four straight games to earn 82 points and move up two spots to No. 22 in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers of America (NCBWA) Division II National Poll.
In the first round of the Bill Giles Invitational, the No. 22 Wilmington University baseball team defeated No. 18 West Chester, 18-4, at Serpico Field on Wednesday afternoon to advance to the Bill Giles Invitational Championship.
The Wilmington University baseball team split a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader with Chestnut Hill on Tuesday, dropping the first game, 4-3, before walking-off with a 3-2 victory in the nightcap at Wilson Field.
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